Angepinnt Allgemeines zu Serien, die nicht gelistet sind

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    • @Melinda
      Ich stimme dir vollauf zu! Mich hatte die Serie von Anfang an gefesselt und nicht losgelassen, aber schon eine Weiterführung nach dem Zeitsprung war für mich nicht wirklich eine gute Idee - S6 war auch danach noch ungemein spannend, und ich freue mich sehr auf die Fortsetzung, aber man hat schon gemerkt, dass hier bemüht neue Verwicklungen dazugebaut wurden. Also lieber eine gewohnt gute S7 und dann ein ordentlicher Schluss als eine künstlich aufgeblähte Endlosserie.
    • Lieber Himmel, was treibt Sat.1 wieder mit unseren Serien? Läuft nun "Scorpion" oder diese neue Serie "Rush Hour" ?( . Bei mir waren/sind beide auf demselben Sendeplatz gelistet, sogar mein Festplattenrecorder war massiv verwirrt.

      So oder so gilt für "Rush Hour" genau das, was ich schon zur Serienvariante von "Lethal Weapon" geschrieben habe: WARUM NUR? Es ist sowas von unnötig, aus diesen teils wirklich witzigen Filmen eine Serie zu machen *frust* .
    • Láris schrieb:

      Lieber Himmel, was treibt Sat.1 wieder mit unseren Serien? Läuft nun "Scorpion" oder diese neue Serie "Rush Hour" ?( . Bei mir waren/sind beide auf demselben Sendeplatz gelistet, sogar mein Festplattenrecorder war massiv verwirrt.

      So oder so gilt für "Rush Hour" genau das, was ich schon zur Serienvariante von "Lethal Weapon" geschrieben habe: WARUM NUR? Es ist sowas von unnötig, aus diesen teils wirklich witzigen Filmen eine Serie zu machen *frust* .
      Reg dich ab, RUSH HOUR wurde bereits eingestampft nach S1. Ich frage mich jedoch, warum jeder Schrott ins Deutsche übersetzt wird, nur bei Constantine macht das niemand und die Serie ist echt cool!
      LG angelinchains

    • Láris schrieb:

      Melinda schrieb:

      Na prima, Scorpion hab ich schon mal verpasst. *bäh* Ist echt fies, was Sat 1 da mit uns treibt.
      Wenn ich ehrlich sein soll, dann hast du nicht viel verpasst, die Folge war schon sehr auf die Spitze getrieben ...
      Ich hab die Folge inzwischen nachgeholt. Da ging mal wieder alles schief, was nur schief gehen konnte. *bäh* Aber die "Supernerds" von Scorpion werden mit allem fertig.
      Cool fand ich Ralph & Sylvester, die Zwei waren schon sehr witzig. *;)*
      *tea*


    • Shows die gecanceled wurden

      'Reign'
      The CW's Toronto-shot historical teen drama about young Mary, Queen of Scots, will end its run after the upcoming fourth season. According to Deadline, the show's cancellation comes as no surprise to producers, who are reportedly crafting a series finale that will wrap up the show in style.


      'Masters Of Sex' Gets Canned
      Showtime is officially putting "Master of Sex" to rest. Despite being well received, the show has only amassed moderate ratings. Starring Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as pioneers of human sexuality, the news comes just two weeks after the show's season four finale.




      'Conviction'
      ABC has decided to pull the plug on "Conviction", in which Hayley Atwell ("Marvel's Agent Carter") stars as America's former First Daughter, now a lawyer who heads a team that re-examines the cases of convicted criminals who may actually be innocent. Boasting the lowest ratings of any new network series premiere this fall, all 13 episodes already shot will air, but ABC won't be moving ahead with any more.




      'American Gothic'
      CBS has decided to pull the plug on "American Gothic", the Steven Spielberg-produced series about a prominent Boston family reeling in the wake of the chilling discovery that someone in their midst is linked to an infamous string of murders.




      'Murder In The First' Killed Off
      "Murder in the First" only lived through its third season. TNT opted not to renew the crime drama for a fourth round. The now series finale actually ended on a high note, snagging the show's highest rating of the entire season.




      'Mistresses'
      After four seasons, ABC has decided to pull the plug on "Mistresses", with the recent season finale now serving as the series finale. The show has had a bit of a rough ride, losing original star Alyssa Milano after season two when budget cuts necessitated production move from L.A. to Vancouver, subsequently returning to L.A. for season four thanks to tax incentives. Weak ratings during this season's summertime run are to blame.




      'Tyrant'
      In advance of the third season finale of "Tyrant", FX has announced its decision to cancel the show. “It’s very difficult to find common ground with other people whose stories we do not know or understand,” said John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions. “The creators of 'Tyrant' have done their utmost over three seasons to tell American audiences a tiny fraction of the many gripping, human stories coursing through the Middle East today." Added Fox 21 Television Studios President Bert Salke: “We feel the show is a gem and we’d love to find a way to keep it in production. That said, we want to be realistic about its prospects. So for its loyal audience, tonight’s episode will be a satisfying end should the series not find another home, but also provides interesting possibilities should we be able to continue on some other platform.”




      'Devious Maids'
      Lifetime has decided there will be no fifth season of "Devious Maids", announcing the cancellation of the soapy drama from "Desperate Housewives" creator Marc Cherry and star Eva Longoria, exec producers on the show. Sadly for fans, the recently wrapped fourth season ended on a cliffhanger that will likely never be resolved. Following news of the cancellation, star Justin Lillehei tweeted: "So happy to have been part of this wonderful show. And so sad to see it go. #DeviousMaids"




      'Pretty Little Liars'
      It's the end of the line for "Pretty Little Liars", with the Freeform network announcing the teen mystery-drama will conclude after the upcoming seventh season during a Facebook Live event. “It’s been an honour to work with such a talented cast and crew over the last seven years," remarked exec producer remarked I. Marlene King of the series' ending. "We are a family, and it will be hard to say goodbye to a show that has made such an impact on young audiences and been a mouthpiece for cultural change. I’m excited for fans to finally have all of their questions answered, and I believe they will be satisfied with the wild ride that is our last 10 episodes.”
      LG angelinchains