We have selected eight unfairly closed series that you can restart right now. 8 most unfairly closed TV shows.
Recently it became finally known that the American TV channel ABC is closing the series "Back in the Game", despite the good ratings and appearing fans. In this regard, we have selected eight unfairly closed series that can be relaunched even now.
Champion of all the tops about injustice, private series and monstrous actions of the Fox channel.
Western in space; the best characters in the world who become relatives in two or three episodes; a really interesting story set in a detailed world - that's what Firefly is. Unsurprisingly, ten years after its closure, the series' fanbase continues to grow.
Lie to me
It would seem that this is just another clone of "House Doctor": a charismatic, but unpleasant in communication character, who does his job best (oh, how this type hit the atmosphere in pseudo-creative industries like cinema or journalism), high-tech interiors, and vertical plot.
But thanks to the excellent work of Tim Roth and the subtlety underlying the series (the main character sees and scientifically justifies when his interlocutor is lying), it was really interesting to watch.
One of the wackiest losses on television: a complex storyline for true gourmets, pilot episode directed by Michael Mann, protagonist Dustin Hoffman!
And the series was canceled due to three deaths of the horses involved in the shooting.
How to Make It in America
When word spread online that the show was being shut down, many felt like someone had killed a couple of their closest friends. The tale of two guys groping their own fashion careers between partying, relationship turmoil, doubts about their own fitness for life is one of the most undeservedly destroyed stories and a significant spit on HBO's karma.
A wildly stylish series about spies, the heroes of which do not wear tuxedos, and every morning by nine o'clock they go to work in a filthy building with old wooden tables, rotary telephones and heaps of papers. The story of an ordinary state analyst, who found himself in difficult circumstances, ended at its very peak - the flywheels of the plot had just begun to unfold.
Shit my Dad says
It is doubly insulting that this chamber comedy (an adult son loses his job and is forced to move to live with a grumpy father) has an amazing story of creation. The series grew out of a Twitter account, in which the prototype of the protagonist wrote out the funniest and most caustic expressions of his own father.
Well, internet content doesn't always find its place elsewhere.
One can only say about "Entourage" - it is a pity that it is over. But, being conceived as a story about the ascent of a young star and his friends to success, it simply had to end when the creators had nothing to say about the ascent.
The series is based on the story of Mark Wahlberg and his friends. Minus, of course, all near-criminal episodes.
It should be said here that the series, the main character of which at the very beginning of the very first episode will be killed with a toilet seat, is such a rarity on television that it is simply a shame to close it.
On top of that, the creators came up with such an interesting mythology of life after death and the existence of a, hmm, death character in it, saturated it with so many metaphors of teenage life that the series would look great without any mysticism. It would have looked great in any form if it hadn't been closed after the second season.