And I don't know any of them. The full list on Variety, but here's highlights and it's mostly Network:
- Beauty and The Beast (...as a procedural...?)
- 19 Kids and Counting (SHOCKER)
- Stalker (actually saw half an episode, not horrible, but at least Maggie Q and Dylan McWhathispants got an engagement out it)
UPDATED TO ADD: America's Next Top Model is done too! Dangit. I haven't watched in years but I lurved it back in the day.
I've heard of Graceland, but I didn't know SoapOperaDreamy Daniel Sunjata was on there or I might have at least checked it out, for the peepers alone
I'm only surprised that Extant made it two years, I mean...peepers alone will only get you so far. I was surprised to see Mindy Kaling's show on that list, and the notation that it's gone to Hulu. So...cancelled like Arrested Development, as in just moved to non-alphabet or whut?
Do any of you watch any of these shows? Y'all know what I watch, it's all on here, except for Olive Kitteridge and The Affair, which I snuck in for extra credit on the tready.
I have to say, it still feels very much like all the good shows are still only off-network. Like The Killing, True Detective, Orange Is The New Black, Arrested Development, if that's your bag (so not my bag) and so many more.
I feel bad for all the crew and actors that are out of a job, though, do you think network TV will ever stop structuring everything around commercials and make anything entertaining again?
Speaking of entertaining TV, Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones has been named Sexiest Woman Alive 2015. In case you don't recognize the name (because you're trapped under a large rock), she is the Dragon Missus:
I wish her well, I'm afraid she was awful in the Terminator reboot, but maybe it just wasn't her metier. No dragons.