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Vegas (the one with Dennis Quaid)

Life on Mars

Ascension

The Brave (looks like it is one & done)

Better Off Ted


Life on Mars.. Yes. I couldn't remember the name of that one. I enjoyed it


the UK original version is 2 seasons, and available in the US on DVD, and 100000000x's better than the US version,

the follow up series, Ashes to Ashes is 3 seasons, and unfortunately not available in the US,

bought my copy from amazon uk and a region free dvd player to watch it

Gene Genie is the bomb



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The latest "V" reboot
Flash Forward
Monday Mornings
 
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The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.

Bruce Campbell being Bruce Campbell, 'nuf said.
 
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The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.

Bruce Campbell being Bruce Campbell, 'nuf said.


For some odd reason, I always thought that series lasted 2 seasons. Love some Bruce Campbell.
 
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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.


DVDs don't capture the show as well since they cheaped out and didn't buy the rights to the original music.

A very stunning Sienna Miller.

And of course, Miss Moneypenny. Wink

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Gene Genie is the bomb


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Firefly and Almost Human for sure
 
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For me, the most recent, according to rumors, would be "The Brave". Good show!


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geez, I searched all of the one season tv shows of the 60's-90's.
all I could come up with was Chopper One
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLMTpIHRK-A
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240 robert ( 16 episodes )
almost one season
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNphQZNSQtc





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"Call to Glory"

The first few episodes of that show, especially the pilot was great. Despite doing well in the ratings the network screwed over production for the last half of the season, and quality suffered (with a decline in ratings) leading up to it's cancellation.


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Brimstone



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This one only lasted as a miniseries that was supposed to become a regular series but I thought they'd give it a couple years as a series, sadly never happened:



 
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Then Came Bronson. Michael Parks wandering around on his custom-built motorcycle.
 
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T.H.E. Cat, starring Robert Loggia 1966-1967. For those who've never seen, nor heard of it. Loggia is a former high-wire, circus performer. Along with being a retired, notorious jewel-thief. Thomas Hewitt Edward Cat; in the series, [being totally reformed] he now works as a skilled bodyguard, and a police-consultant for R. G. Armstrong, the local police captain. Most of the episodes, are filmed at night, to add to the show's stealthy-vibe. T.H.E. Cat frequents a local jazz venue, known as the Casa del Gato owned by his best friend; a Gypsy, named Pepe [Robert Carricart]. A lot of the action centers around the hip club. Many of the episodes; featured future stars like Robert Duval, William Daniels, and Henry Darrow. Series had a great early score penned by none-other, than Lalo Schifrin.




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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:


Cool show, and a nice interplay between Mr. Lucky and Andamo. Memorable Henry Mancini theme.


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I'm an old goat, and not much of a TV watcher these days; but to go back to the 80's..."Police Squad!" Lasted half a season.


Was that the show with Leslie Nielsen? It was like a prequel to the Naked Gun movies.
 
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Yet another vote for Firefly.

There was a sitcom back in ‘99 or ‘00 called Stark Raving Mad, with Tony Shaloub and Neil Patrick Harris. I remember it was funny, and I was let down that it only had one season.
 
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Key West
Copper (that actually went two seasons)
 
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Can’t believe no one has mentioned Journeyman
I am pretty sure the pulled it without finishing the 1st season.

http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0948538/?ref=m_nv_sr_2


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This one only lasted as a miniseries that was supposed to become a regular series but I thought they'd give it a couple years as a series, sadly never happened:

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Yep. I thought it was great and had multiple opportunities for the storyline to continue.


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don't know how I could have forgotten Earth 2.




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