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Hunted on cinemax just watched season one on amazon. Sadly no season 2.


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Another great pull! (And another one my wife and I loved that didn’t last)


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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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+1 on Harsh Realm

There were a couple "summer replacements" some time in the 90s I liked:

South Beach
Mann & Machine

(Someone mentioned The Brave. Is that getting cut? I think that beats its competition, Seal Team, by a lot.)


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There was one called "The Finder", about a vet whose war wound left him with a (mild) supernatural power to find things.

It was entertaining, and had some potential, and the final episode left a lot of open threads that were clearly intended to go into the second seaspon's story arc.

I'd have liked to see another season. Too bad it was cancelled.


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Stingray with Nick Mancuso. The DVDs really messed up the music, because few shows then thought far enough ahead for licensing to include home video.
 
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Firefly
Almost Human
The Grinder

At least the Grinder season 1 is on Hulu now.
 
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Animal House
 
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Fox Force Five, never made it past its pilot episode. Big Grin



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Firefly
The Unusuals



 
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I knew I watched very little series TV, but I never realized HOW little; I only recognized a couple of those shows.


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The Immortal


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Mr. Lucky - 1958 with John Vivian & Ross Martin.

Yeah I know, I'm Old.




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Mr. Lucky - 1958 with John Vivian & Ross Martin.

Yeah I know, I'm Old.

That show only lasted a year? I could swear it went longer, and I still remember the theme song. For those who never heard it, or don't connect with it, enjoy:


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Mr. Lucky - 1958 with John Vivian & Ross Martin.

Yeah I know, I'm Old.

That show only lasted a year? I could swear it went longer, and I still remember the theme song. For those who never heard it, or don't connect with it, enjoy:


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34 episodes between 1959 & 1960




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Dig. About an FBI agent stationed in Jeruselum.




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Life on Mars. Until this thread, I had forgotten all about that show. I liked it.
 
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Dig. About an FBI agent stationed in Jeruselum.

I remember that one. It taught me that if I want to stab somebody to death, stick the knife into his Adams Apple and twist! Eek


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Crusade, the spinoff to Babylon 5. It was a political assassination by TNT after they decided they wanted nothing to do with Babylon 5 to the point of trying to sabotage episodes to Galactica: 1980 levels of quality.

Speaking of which, could the original Battlestar Galactica count, or are we stuck calling G:1980 as Season 2?
 
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This isn't a serious nomination, but gets an honorable mention for the name of the show, the name of the lead actor, and the promo photo:

Simon MacCorkindale in Manimal (1983)

 
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The latest V reboot - dang I miss that show. Really liked it.

The Chicago Code - I don't normally like cop shows but this one interested me from the beginning. Too bad it dealt with Chicago corruption and they couldn't have that on tv at the time could they. Roll Eyes


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