Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Guy Gardener, Oct 4, 2014.
He and David McCallum can compete to see who's in the credits but make the least appearances.
Maybe Bakula can move over to OG NCIS now that NOLA is canceled, because I just can't see any of the people on Gibbs' team taking the lead of that show.
I’m all for more Bakula in the trek world
Maybe time for a Enterprise season 5. Set it during the Earth/Romulan war. Trip never died. Everyone returns. Archer, T'pol, Trip, Phlox, Reed, Sato and Maywho. Jason
It's been declining every season so I hope they can tell a tight story this time.
Jordan Peele's 'Twilight Zone' reboot will not be getting a third season on Paramount+.
Yes, that news is about a month old.
American Gods canceled
The Right Stuff.............#canx
Not really suprising,
Slow as molassed in a Canadian winter and pretty much used up most of the material/original concept (just missing the Glenn and Grissom Mecury flights).
Covering the rest of the Mercury and Gemini programs would have been interesting (a part of the U.S program that's largely overlooked yet very was very important) but the cast would get a shake up.
Yeah I wanted to like it........but it was PAINFULLY slow.
The 1983 film version of The Right Stuff is one of my all-time favorite movies (despite any liberties Philip Kaufman may have taken with Wolfe's book), so I've passed on watching the series so far. Doesn't sound like I've missed much.
AND NO YEAGER!!!!!!!!!
No Yeager? Well screw that!
Honestly, what would be the point without him?
Seriously. Makes me wonder if the writers and producers of the show bothered to read Wolfe's book at all.
Better yet, it will end in some cliffhanger that won’t get followed up on because the franchise is dead.
Quote: “The network confirms that the show will not return for a fourth season. The story may continue, though, in an event series or wrap-up movie.”
^^^ Was really hoping the TV version of TRS would have been the Mercury-Gemini equivalent to From the Earth to the Moon. Alas, it was over-dramatized tripe. Hank's show was the blueprint for how you dramatize the space program. Yes, it was strange that TRS show completely skipped the Edwards AFB years. They might have felt that the movie spent enough time on it.
Loved that mini-series.....so glad it finally made it to HBOMax
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