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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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Renée: Firefly. Crew of Serenity.rogueslayer452 on May 4th, 2015 09:02 am (UTC)
I feel like it's better to end it now then for the show to end on a dying whimpering note, you know?

It really does feel like stations expect a hit...without putting the promotion into it and then cancel really neat shows.

This is one of my biggest pet peeves concerning the business. Networks gamble on what may become popular and make them money and they either overexpose it or they under promote something depending on what they think will gain more viewership. If something isn't by their standards of ratings then they cancel it. Again, I understand it's a business, but seriously. There are so many amazing shows with potential that end up getting canned because of these ridiculous expectations.