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30 April 2015 @ 05:28 pm
On a dish best served cold.  
Both Revenge and Helix have been cancelled.

While I haven't been watching Revenge recently and am way behind, it makes sense considering what has been happening lately on the show. It just seems time to end it in general, I think. I'm hoping that the series finale will at least be satisfactory (and here's to hoping that Emily van Camp gets involved with either Agent Carter somehow or even Agents of Shield, because that would be awesome). However, I am sad about Helix. I haven't seen the second season yet, but I loved the first season. I was hoping for at least one more season, dammit. And that's always the case, isn't it? Either something overstays its welcome or is prematurely cancelled when it deserved at least one more season, and the latter is mostly just to wrap things up proper.

As for Agent Carter, it hasn't been officially announced yet but all signs point to hopeful that it'll be renewed. Also, talk about the possibility of Peggy/Angie happening? Please, please don't tease me with this because I really want it to be true.
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Current Music: Kidneythieves - Never and Me
hamarakissa: TVD: Katherine // Changedhamarakissa on May 3rd, 2015 09:48 am (UTC)
I'm sorry to hear about Helix, it's a completely different show and I love what they've done with both S1 and S2. Would've been nice to have an S3 because it has places to go.

As for Revenge, with everything that has been going on it kinda felt that this is gonna be it; especially after the last few events. IDK if I'm that sad that it's going - after all, they have made conclusions and Emily and Voctoria and all that can only go round and round for so long. I just hope they end it right and not screw it up.
Renéerogueslayer452 on May 4th, 2015 09:10 am (UTC)
It always sucks when the shows that have potential and a story to continue telling ends up getting cancelled. Story of my life with half of my fandoms, really.

And yeah, I think Revenge would've hit a dead-end anyway. They would've run out of ideas of where to go and would've just ended up making shit up to fill in the spaces, which isn't what you want. Basically, the show was already reaching that point of completion (and it a way it did by the end of last season) that there really isn't much they can do. Best to end it on a high note, which is much earlier than anticipated. Next Sunday, I think?