A former tech CEO joins an FBI Cybersecurity Agent to stop the emergence of a rogue Artificial Intelligence.A former tech CEO joins an FBI Cybersecurity Agent to stop the emergence of a rogue Artificial Intelligence.A former tech CEO joins an FBI Cybersecurity Agent to stop the emergence of a rogue Artificial Intelligence.
Fox really loves canceling shows
It's too bad but not surprising. Fox has always canceled good shows. Look at their track record Dark Angel, Terminator The Sarah Conner Chronicles Family Guy (yes they brought it back but they were still stupid enough to cancel it) Firefly, Dollhouse, Lucifer (than Satan himself for Netflix righting that Wrong) Gifted & Brooklyn Nine Nine. I'm sure there are more but those are the ones that I felt were canceled to soon. Fox never knows what to do with shows that...well if I'm honest any show. The people they pick to run the network are great at green lighting shows that don't fit the status quo of primetime but they never have the know how to promote it or the courage to wait and for those shows to click with fans & critics. They also foolishly play fast and loose with time slots and preempt their new shows for sports with such regularity that it's no wonder when a shows 3 episode's ratings dropped from episode 1 & 2 when the episode if you're lucky aired at midnight and you're DVR caught it but more than likely it didn't air and go figure people didn't watch the 3rd episode when episode 2 aired 6 weeks earlier. Out of sight out of mind. Or in Next's case episode 3 didn't even air on the network but on Hulu. Yet they wonder why viewership isn't what they want. Now has Fox been run by well anyone with a brain they would've aired the episodes during the time when everyone was stuck at home struggling to find something of quality to watch but then that would involve Fox actually having someone who actually knew anything about well anything.
- Nov 3, 2020
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