Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Guy Gardener, Oct 4, 2014.
You may have first seen her in Star Trek Beyond.
That's not her amazing eyebrow, ah........ I see
FOX renewed the 2020 series of War Of The Worlds... I thought this was canceled after the first 8 episodes
I think there were 2 War of the Worlds series in production, one of them by the BBC which is what might have been cancelled.
I thought both had. I'd seen the Beeb version and recorded the other to tivo, but not got round to watching it yet.
Good Girls has been canceled after four seasons after negotiations for a short fifth season fell apart. And no, it's not going to be saved by a streamer.
No the BBC version was just 3 episodes, don't think it was to be ongoing. The Fox version made in 2020 was a co production with Studio Canal but it's so bland and pondering.... How the heck did this get renewed for more seasons I thought they did cancel it.
Slipped under your radar.
Well I'm actually kind if interested to see where they go with this show for a second season, and already have a season 3 planned supposedly........ Spoiler Of course the invading aliens are humanoid and the robot dogs were supplied by Boston Dynamics for the show.
EDIT not actual Boston Dynamics robots they designed the look and how they should move around the world, the robots were in fact CG,
Here's some more information on that situation.
So of the four bubble NBC shows (Manifest, Debris, Good Girls and Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist), they were all purged and none saved by other parties.
I watched the first two seasons of Manifest and was looking forward to the third. Knowing it's been cancelled and the story line left unresolved (and possibly more weird) has taken that desire away. And Hubs and I are disappointed that Zoey's EP was cancelled; we enjoyed that show.
As someone who watched Manifest, I don't feel anything for its cancellation. The writing was horrible and despite the showrunner's claims of a six-season plan, it never felt like anything was building up or leading anywhere.
Lovecraft Country not returning for a second season
In one swoop, Netflix has canceled The Crew, Bonding, Mr. Iglesias, and Country Comfort. Only heard of the first one. Never saw any of them.
Bonding is fantastic. Although season 2 was a drop in quality. Which it probably wasn't. There was just less farces, and I like farces.
A Psych student and a comedian try to make ends meet as dominatrixes.
One of them is a homosexual male, and they are both hot messes.
A lot of talk, but no actual graphic nudity.
Netflix has so many series it can't properly promote them. That's why many of them slip under the radar and don't get noticed until it's too late.
I watched two minutes of The Crew and it was one of the worst sitcoms I have ever seen. Netflix doesn't do pilots so the 10/13 episodes are what you get and sometimes they're horrible.
The Crew? Of what?
Its a sitcom about Mexican child labour toiling away in a J. Crew sweat shop south of the border dreaming about wearing the clothes that they are busting a nut to make.
It was a show about a fictional NASCAR garage crew.
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