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again The Finder,
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Keen Eddie - brash NYPD detective goes to London when one of his cases goes sour and remains to work with New Scotland Yard. Aired one season on Fox in 2003.
 
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Yes! This was a great show

As was the black donnellys


Most of the shows on this list my wife and I watched


Pretty much if my wife and I like a show I know it’s not long for network TV

Thank God amazon, Netflix, and hbo put out such high quality stuff


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The Invaders.


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The Finder and Chicago Code.


And Mob Doctor
 
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Another vote for Life on Mars. The American version.
 
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Keen Eddie again... I've bought the entire season DVDs twice...as I lent them to someone and never saw them again.

Featured a very young Sienna Miller.


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Crime Story.

It actually lasted two seasons, but I really liked Dennis Farina in that show.



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Kolchak The Night Stalker
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Harsh Realm 1999-2000

The Lone Gunman 2001


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Firefly (of course)
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Defying Gravity.

Interesting story and characters. Never looked to see if it was based on a book.


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While they claim three seasons, it was only 23 episodes.

Peaky Blinders was four seasons (so far), yet only 24 episodes, 6 per season. Frown
 
 
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Crime Story.

It actually lasted two seasons, but I really liked Dennis Farina in that show.


Agreed. Can’t find it on Netflix etc.
 
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Caprica

Reverse story telling sometimes doesn't work.

Prehistory to Battlestar Galatica.

I think most BSG fans just couldn't follow it after BSG ending.


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The Sarah Connor Chronicles went two seasons, but I really wish it had gone longer. There was a lot of potential.
 
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Terriers! I really thought that show had great potential. It starred Donal Logue. I read somewhere that the reason it failed was because of the title of the show. Roll Eyes



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