This upcoming year, one of the best shows to ever grace the face of television will be returning. Arrested Development. It was cancelled prematurely and fans of the show have been letting networks know ever since. It took 6 years, but Netflix took the leap and signed the show up for a fourth season. This video accurately shows how funny this show was and how it deserves to come back from the grave.
1. Producer Sherwood Schwartz designed the characters to represent parts of society. That’s why the Skipper and the Professor are addressed by their titles. They have names, but Schwartz forbade their use during the show.2. Schwartz picked Gilligan’s name at random out of a phone book.3. The characters full names were Skipper Jonas Grumby, Ginger Grant, Thurston Howell III, Lovey Wentworth Howell, Professor Roy Hinkley and Mary Ann Summers. Gilligan’s name is less cert...
Zackary Gilanyi's insight:
Sometimes a show will be cancelled for strictly unforeseen circumstances, pay particular attention to fact number 13.
Everybody has a favorite show that went the way of the dinosaurs, but we think these 12 shows never should have been canceled when they received the axe. We're talking about shows featuring a teenaged private eye, a group of ah-mah-zing friends and one critically-acclaimed show featuring an angsty teen whose chin-acting is unparallelled.
Zackary Gilanyi's insight:
Do you agree with the Huffington Posts list of 12 shows that should have never been cancelled?
The Atlantic Did Arrested Development Take It Too Far? The Atlantic The Atlantic's sexes editor, Eleanor Barkhorn, has been making her way through the new, Netflix-released season of Arrested Development for the past few weeks.
A canceled NBC series won't disappear completely from the television landscape after all, with Ovation picking up rights to rebroadcasts of "Smash," the musical drama that was canceled by the network this season, reports EW.com's Inside TV.
The arts network will debut the series July 19, with the second season starting in November.
"Ovation is thrilled to satisfy the wishes of diehard 'Smash' fans and followers to keep the series alive, as well as to provide viewers who are new to the series an opportunity to experience the incredible talent, music, dancing, drama and excitement," Robert Weiss, Ovation's chief creative officer, said in a statement.
NBC To Bring Back 'Heroes' As 13-Episode Event … Deadline.com Nevertheless, Heroes quickly earned a cult status, with fans still passionate about it and rallying to bring it back even after NBC abandoned an idea it considered at the time of Heroes'...
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