With a great cast and being paired with Arrow, I have high hopes for this show. Hopefully this doesn't turn out much like Heroes and the writers realize what they're doing down the line.
Nikita is being held until mid-season for it's FINAL season.
I personally believe that The CW should have paired it (after) Arrow for 12 episodes and then replaced it at midseason. Honestly, they should have seen how it went for the first 6 episodes and if it continued to disappoint after Arrow then announce it as the final season. I think it could have been a good pairing seeing as their both action series lead by great casts and amazing writers. A fourth season with 12 episodes would have been enough for now and then they could have renewed it for a full fifth season OR another 12 episode season if it worked out.
I knew that a main character would be killed off in the end, possibly two. Honestly, they promoted THREE people for next season. Someone had to bite the dust.
Still wish The CW gave an additional episode to 23 or even 24, seeing as how abrupt everything was.
Still, I am happy with the two endgame couples (Liam and Annie, and Adrianna and Navid) happening. The were probably the two biggest ships (aside from Max and Naomi, WHO should have ended up together in my opinion). I also wished for Dixon and Silver to at least pick-up with their relationship, however, with the ending and how much screen time these two shared, I'm pretty positive that their futures will bring them together in the end.
Overall, I'm glad they did what they could with what they had and tried to satisfy everyone the way they could. Was better than I expected. Hanging on out there for a TV movie!
I feel as though them showing so much Sonya this episode and her relationship with Birkhoff escalating means that her end is near. There's meant to be a major in the finale, so if it's not the president then I can only assume her seeing as they've already killed off a main character a few weeks back.
Still laughing at the fact that this show was canceled just as it was getting better with writing and character development. Too little too late for 90210. I really hope the writers can give us the best possible series finale possible!
As for the episode itself, nothing but pure sadness for Silver. All I've got really.
This goddamn fucking show! I WANT ANSWERS!
Can they please kill this Owen and need to be a father? It's literally a repeat of Mark and Lexie back in seasons 6 and 7 when he wanted a baby and she didn't. Yeah, she didn't want one because she was too young at the time, but Cristina doesn't want one full stop.
Though Iâ€™ve warmed up to Jo, I feel as though the reason Shonda's pulled this is so people will pity the character and find a way to sympathize and like her. Classic strategy when a fan favorite is getting with a not-so fan favorite. Still, they could have allowed Alex to just win Jo's heart instead of beat a guy to a pulp and just make Alex look even worse than him. Explains why a cop will be showing up at Grey-Sloan Memorial.
As for Meredith, really? She falls flat on her stomach on stairs and rolls down them? OF COURSE she's got to injure herself and the baby. It only EVER happens to Meredith and ANYONE else who's ever been pregnant in a Shonda show.
I think switching Nikita to Monday night, while pushing 90210 to Friday would have been the best. I mean, burn the canceled series off there and push the one show that could at least benefit from the Monday night slot. Yeah, it's a little late now, but it could have easily been done after both shows when on a small break in mid-March.
This was probably the best season of 30 Rock. Can't believe it's already been 3 months off of the air now. If only NBC had given a full season pick-up for the best comedy they'd ever had.
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