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exmunkey

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#1
I fucking hate it when I watch a program I like and realise at the end I've just watched the series finale, finished, the end, no more, nada

Just happened with the closer and previous to that was Life
 
#4
Gutted when "Alcatraz" ended and no chance of a second series. Did get to (almost) see Sarah Jones' chesticles in the last episode though.
 
#6
Happens a lot with Yank programs, they're just getting going and bam cancelled usually leaving the main story unfinished.
Happened recently with the finder. Binned after 13 episode same with NYC22.
 
#7
They best not finish "The Walking Dead" mid way through the story, although they are quickly wiping out most of the main characters! Seems popular enough to keep going for now though.
 
#10
In my opinion, the best series finale bar none was Six Feet Under, which wrapped up all the main character's futures in a fantastic last 10 minutes, seen through the eyes of the daughter Claire (played by the divine Lauren Ambrose). To cap it all, it was set to the track "Breathe Me" by Sia. Totally brilliant!
 
#12
The Wire - All the characters have an ending but life in Baltimore goes on as normal. Was really pleased to see Bubbles finally kick the habit and be able to join his family at the table for a meal.
 
#13
Not watched the wire yet, I'm starting to be careful about getting into a tv program now until its well established or finished as I hate stories that are left hanging. The finder was a perfect example of a story left hanging on what was supposed to be a Mid season cliffhanger.
 

TheresaMay

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#14
Flash Forward - finally something worth watching on Channel 5. Brilliant concept, all gripping stuff, great actors...

Starts with a blackout, cue coverups, plot, twist, danger, everything you want. Series finale - concludes with another blackout - glimpse of the future, second series looking really exciting - finally gonna get an answer to some of those questions raised in the first series...

Oh no - ABC pull the plug.

Wankers.
 
#15
Not watched the wire yet, I'm starting to be careful about getting into a tv program now until its well established or finished as I hate stories that are left hanging. The finder was a perfect example of a story left hanging on what was supposed to be a Mid season cliffhanger.
The Wire is a must mate. 5 seasons that each have an individual story arc but the series has one theme of how far corruption reaches in a poor city that runs through. It's the closest thing to watching a novel you can get and I must admit that I was a little gutted when it finished as I realised I'd miss the characters and wouldn't see them again.
 
#16
Just been googling it and watched some clips, I shall be aquiring it shortly. Not as if the kids need feeding every day is it? :scratch::scratch::scratch:
 
#17
Just been googling it and watched some clips, I shall be aquiring it shortly. Not as if the kids need feeding every day is it? :scratch::scratch::scratch:
I must have seen it about 3 times now.....I need to get a life!! Quite a few of the main actors in it are British as well.
 
#18
The Wire - All the characters have an ending but life in Baltimore goes on as normal. Was really pleased to see Bubbles finally kick the habit and be able to join his family at the table for a meal.
i also liked that they didnt give everyone a happy ending (no, not in the suana sense, you know what i mean).

i was pretty gutted when Rome got canned after 2 seasons, it was basically violent porn - right up my street!
 
#19
It was annoying when Firefly was cancelled after only one season. The so called season finale was ok but it didn't answer any questions.

Thankfully the reinvented Battlestar Galactica had plenty of season cliffhangers but they let the series continue until there was a proper (and excellent) finale at the end of season 7

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