The Electric Commentary

Friday, November 11, 2005

Arrested Development is Dead (for now).

I sincerely hope that some intrepid cable channel picks up the best show on TV now that Fox has all but cancelled it:

"DEPRESSING DEVELOPMENT: [The lickbags at] Fox all but confirmed late Thursday that Arrested Development has been canceled. Not only is the show being pulled off the air until Dec. 5, but Arrested's third-season order has been slashed from 22 episodes to just 13. (Arrested's Monday-night companion Kitchen Confidential is also cooked.) And how's this for stomach-churning irony: the Bluth's got the hook the same day that ABC extended a full-season order to Freddie."


It's so true:

No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of American people.

2 Comments:

  • I think it is all part of a plot to make all the reasonably intelligent people stop watching TV and contribute to society instead.

    By Anonymous Scott, at 12:16 PM  

  • That's not a bad theory, Scott. On the flip side, we're making the dumb people dumber, and that isn't good for business. That can't be good for anyone.

    By Blogger Ace Cowboy, at 1:17 PM  

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