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Damn Shame, Screw You Network Execs. (There, no Goddamn shouting)
This show was not perfect, but it was funny. It had some great moments and was pretty consistent in it's level of quality. No, I didn't rush to review this early on, I honestly thought the suits would give it a fair run. They did not. I have had have very little respect for TV executives over the year and every now and then, they prove that my contempt for them is justified. They are scum.
OK, my rant is over. Bottom line however, I don't know how these folks get their jobs, but I hate them. Sure, many GREAT shows have made it, even some simply GOOD. But way too many GOOD shows have been dumped because the greedy filth don't see enough profit soon enough. We all know how close "Seinfeld" came to being cancelled. 'Nuff said. It actually survived and went on to become one of THE classic comedies of all time. How sad more shows, like "SIRENS" aren't given that chance.
Well, dirtbags will always have the final say. Until they end up as dirt themselves, but that always takes so damn long, and there's always plenty of dirt to take their place.
"Star Trek" anyone?
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