I agree. This show got better each time. CBS seems quick to cancel shows that just need some time. So sad.
I will miss this show. It needed a couple of episodes to establish itself. CBS doomed it to failure with almost no support and a crappy time slot pitted against the last season of Mad Men. Any chance the show will be picked up by another network?
I really hate to see this show not last. The Sunday night graveyard of 10 pm ET pre-ordained its demise. I wish CBS or a cable network or even Netflix et al had the balls to continue the series. Shame that when a slightly quirky show with interesting and flawed but very human characters could not find an audience. Says more about the pathetic state of affairs than anything. Can one imagine how Lucy or DVD or MTM would fare today?
I can't believe they would keep that crap fest CSI Cyber and cancel this very smart and creative show.
Watched this last night with my husband and didn't have any idea what to expect. It was a lot of fun! I happen to be a very big fan of the WD and I believe it's possible to like two shows without bashing one or comparing constantly!. That being said I don't think it has the acting quality you see on TWD but it's a lot more action. So in my opinion it's not as good as TWD but it is good fun! We will be watching it from now on!
I'm not quite sure Dean needs to apologize for the things he said to Sam at the bar, Mark or no Mark, given that the whole point of his speech (on the writers' part) was to finally make them even for Sam saying he wouldn't go as far to rescue Dean as Dean would to rescue him. Likewise, the fact that Dean believed that Sam would go to any lengths to save him (and thus must be killed) was, in a typically Winchester way, Dean's way of expressing that he finally believes he means as much to Sam as Sam means to him (something I think Dean has doubted since the days of RoboSam). In a dysfunctional sort of way, it was very touching, and apologizing would spoil it.I'm just wondering, now that Marie's prediction that Dean would become a 'spaceman' almost came true, does this mean that Marie is actually a Prophet? And will Dean (temporarily) become a woman next season?
Season 7 was the weakest season. I really liked one episode, the one on the plane. I know, the Caskett fans doesn't agree but I liked it. The serious episodes are the weakest. The best ones are the funny ones but this season they didn't work that well. I know a lot of people rave about Stanas acting abilitys, but I don't think she is that good. Don't get me wrong, she is good but not great. Nathan Fillon seems bored at times. They lack the spark and chemestry they had the first seasons. Espo has become tiresome.The snarky way he takls to Castle annoys me and then he get upset he didn't get to be at the wedding. I am so glad we saw the end of 3XK.Castle as PI worked out well. I was sceptical but it was fun.
My husband and I loved Battle Creek in our eyes it was a drama/comedy.It concerns me that the TV programming does not care about the crowd over 50, we have opinions too and vote more than the younger crowd.We miss Longmire too!!! Battle Creek got a bad rap. Stephenie
Wow, I loved S5, best so far BUT: They rushed Gareth and The Hunters. They built them up for at least 6 episodes and then we get the actual terminus location for half a episode and then the termites follow Rick's group? Talk about lost potential. Second, Grady. They blew past Fear The Hunters for this? I was excited for Beth to transform into someone that could defend herself, and the MSF just seemed like a time to kill her for shock value.
I'm 27 and I fecking loved this show! I enjoyed seeing Milt and Russ' relationship develop and watching the mystery that was Milt unfold. First Perception, then Backstrom, also an interesting series, and now this. I just can't believe that all these awesome shows were cancelled, Forever was also worth a watch and that's gone too... Its just been the season of cancellations this year. I'm always waiting for the next axe to drop on a new and wonderful series... Well here's to Battle Creek, you were a bright star in a dark sea of unrealistic reality tv shows and puerile celebrity shenanigans. You'll be missed...
I'm 64 and I agree totally with you on Battle Creek, Backstrom, Forever and Perception. All great shows...Forever had good ratings...just not in the preferred demographic!
Its a bloody shame...
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