Which tv show cancellation hit you the hardest?
Honestly, there's so many shows that I felt upset about being cancelled, especially ones that ended so prematurely, I could write essays about how they all deserved better. But I think I'll always be bitter and angry about the cancellation of Caprica, the prequel series to Battlestar Galactica. Syfy really mishandled the show right from the start, with the biggest offender being the mid-season extended hiatus which, when they came back, changed the days and time and did little promotion so nobody knew when it actually came back, and that ultimately sealed its unfortunate fate. I loved that show so much, it held so much potential and promise and it was heading into a wonderful direction in expanding the world and these characters and I loved the actors involved and everything, but sadly, despite the massive success of BSG, the network just didn't have enough faith in it.
Following closely to that would be Legend of the Seeker. I had just gotten into the show, literally binge-watched to catch up to its current episodes, before it was announced that it would be cancelled after two seasons. I was just introduced to this fantastically lighthearted and silly but awesome fantasy show that I had fallen in love with instantly, only for it to be taken away. I was incredibly heartbroken. I'm still not over it, to be honest, and a delusional part of me still wants there to be a third season even after all this time.
Asked by ellipsisms:
Lays or Pringles? Hagan Daaz or Ben & Jerrys? Forever 21 or H&M?
While I haven't had either in quite a while, and I have liked both for different reasons, I definitely had a soft spot for Lays due to their barbecue chips, which were heaven to me for a time. Häagen-Dazs all the way, baby. I think it's basically a tie between Häagen-Dazs and Baskin Robbins for favorite ice cream of all time, in my opinion anyway. And Forever 21 has always been one of my favorite places to shop.