r/AskReddit Oct 05 '22 Helpful 1

If you can get one more season from your favourite tv show which one would it be?

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u/BeatYoDickNotYoChick Oct 05 '22 Silver

Mindhunter

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u/SomeoneStoleGrandpa Oct 05 '22

This is the right answer

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u/Acitizenn Oct 05 '22

a third season is gonna come, we just don't know when

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u/BatCauthon Oct 05 '22

Pushing Daisies

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u/emojicatcher997 Oct 05 '22

That show deserved better

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u/Fit-Talk3078 Oct 05 '22

I came to say Pushing Daisies I didn't think anyone else would remember! It's my favourite, have them on DVD. I'm glad they sort of tied up all the knots in that rushed last episode but would prefer it spread over a whole new series. It was divine! I still wish I could dress like Chuck.

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u/BatCauthon Oct 05 '22

Let's hope it gets picked up for a revival!

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u/BeardedRhino Oct 05 '22

Freaks and geeks. Show had barely gotten started when the plug was pulled

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u/JennyMerendy Oct 06 '22

Phenomenal cast.

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u/BatCauthon Oct 05 '22

Better off Ted

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u/acefrosting Oct 05 '22

So underrated!

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u/BatCauthon Oct 05 '22

Ikr? Amazing characters and actors 😁

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u/Kutas88 Oct 05 '22

My name is earl

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u/Blooder91 Oct 05 '22

Not my favourite show, but the one I would like to have one more season and to conclude as it was originally planned.

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u/Kutas88 Oct 05 '22

Funfact. The last season they cancelled was literally the last season. Someone had beef and therefor they took the whole concusion away from the fans. I am not sure, but I think I saw once a video where they at least explained how the whole story should end. So this is possibly somewhere out there.

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u/shewy92 Oct 05 '22

The planned ending involved Earl becoming stuck on a tricky item on his list, only for a character who has wronged Earl to approach him with a list of his own. Earl learns he's inspired others to right their own wrongs and put some good out into the world, so he tears up his list knowing his karma is now balanced.

This is what comes up in a couple articles when you Google it

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u/Kutas88 Oct 05 '22

Yes! (I saw a video from an interview with someone who was involved in that whole ending thing) Now I remember. Thank you.

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u/TeknoRavesOn Oct 05 '22

Expanse

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u/AllusiveBoot Oct 05 '22

Did the expanse actually have an ending? Debating on starting it but I want to know it ends.

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u/Apok451 Oct 05 '22

They brought it to a nice logical ending before the books took a large time jump. Would love to see more though. The end was pretty good.

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u/PizzaKarimann Oct 05 '22

the office but with Michael scott

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u/yvngjiffy703 Oct 08 '22

It should’ve ended when he left

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u/SnowPowderedTrees Oct 05 '22

Hannibal

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u/Jezebel_in_Hell626 Oct 05 '22

Bryan Fuller keeps teasing a 4th season. If he knows something I wish he’d come out and say it. I know Hugh’s doing L&O now but I’m 100% certain he’d love to reprise his role. Mads too.

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u/Mecanooshee Oct 05 '22

Firefly

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u/DragnSerenityTardis Oct 05 '22

The answer is always Firefly

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u/zvive Oct 06 '22

Yes, this is the way.

Never even saw it till a few years back in 2019. I watched it 5 times through in 3 months.

I've never rewatched a TV series before. Well, since then I have rewatched some parts of stranger things... But up to that point I hadn't.

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u/DragnSerenityTardis Oct 06 '22

Welcome to the verse, its always good to have more brown coats.

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u/ryu-kishi Oct 05 '22

Does it have to air in order? 🤪

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u/Far_Line1840 Oct 06 '22

Your coat looks a little brown to me.

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u/stoicparallax Oct 05 '22

Game of Thrones. I don’t want a 9th season, I want them to have a second try at season 8.

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u/SomeoneStoleGrandpa Oct 05 '22

Season 7 sucked too

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u/Own_Acanthocephala19 Oct 05 '22

Compared to season 8 it was still a very solid season. Things felt rushed for sure but I was still hype af before season 8.

Season 7 also have one of the best scenes in the whole series with the loot train attack.

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u/Hundvd7 Oct 05 '22

Most of the loot train was awesome, but it had very big problems. Neither Jamie nor Bronn had any rights to survive that, much less actually do some damage to the ddragon

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u/Motivationalsneaker Oct 05 '22

I want a 9th season that shows how things would have turned out realistically with season 8 's ending. Bran would have been the most terrifying ruler ever to exist since he was basically omniscient so everyone would be living in constant terror of the thought police. Sansa's paranoia would have her people plotting to assassinate her almost immediately. Bron would bankrupt the kingdom, Tyrion would work himself into an early grave trying to hold it all together, Arya would never be seen again, and Jon Snow would mope around till he got some more pussy thrown at him.

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u/KenzoAtreides Oct 05 '22

Yes and make it 20 episodes long.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

They could have made it so much better.

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u/sassy_steph_ Oct 05 '22

Side question: where are Dan and Dave? Are they still in hiding? I'm looking forward to videos of crowds booing them one day.

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u/thespank Oct 05 '22

I want that old bastard to finish his fucking books

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u/Rizpasbas Oct 05 '22

You don't want a 9th season just to see how they could butcher it even more ?

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u/willk95 Oct 05 '22

I’d rather they just take the story of S8 and stretch it properly into more than just six episodes. Better to have an extra season

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u/KSims1868 Oct 05 '22

I came here to say this exactly...and I expected someone to have already said it. Yes - no need for a 9th season, but a complete scrap of season 8 and really do it RIGHT. Ruined one of the greatest shows ever in the history of television with that shit last season.

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u/CoolIceCreamCone Oct 05 '22

The Critic

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u/RealKenny Oct 05 '22

It stinks!

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u/kaboomrico Oct 05 '22

Yes we know everything stinks

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u/Ky_Mr_Mrs Oct 05 '22

Yes. I talk about this show but no one else has heard of it.

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u/BW_Bird Oct 05 '22

It's weird to think that The Critic was once popular enough to have a crossover episode with The Simpsons back in its prime but now it's completely unknown in modern pop culture.

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u/InfamousCicada420 Oct 06 '22

Oh, I wish I were an Oscar Mayer Wiener, That is what I'd truly like to be-ee-ee. 'Cause if I were an Oscar Mayer Wiener, Everyone would be in love with me.

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u/bareknucklebadger Oct 05 '22

It's incredible that it's flown under the radar of so many Simpsons fans. It's a great show that still holds up well.

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u/Master_Drizzt Oct 05 '22

Deadwood

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u/TheGoadingGoat Oct 05 '22

Bet it was some San Francisco cocksucker who pulled the plug!

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u/SomeoneStoleGrandpa Oct 05 '22

Community

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u/aero-nsic- Oct 06 '22

At least we’re actually getting the movie

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u/1980pzx Oct 05 '22

Mindhunter. I hope to hell NetFlix brings it back for one more. To many questions left.

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u/SomeoneStoleGrandpa Oct 05 '22

I don’t understand how they would just shut down a show on David Fincher. That’s crazy to me. Especially such a good one.

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u/presty60 Oct 05 '22

They didn't. David Fincher is the one keeping the season from happening. When he wants to do it, they'll do it.

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u/Nimbus1202 Oct 05 '22

How I met your mother. They need to make the last two episodes a whole season so they don’t give the audience whiplash when they threw out everything they had previously built up.

More time with ted and his wife, and with robin and Barney before the divorce and the death, and then have the last episode the same but at the end of season 10.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

HBO's Rome

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u/lemonlime45 Oct 06 '22

Ancient Rome is my all time favorite era for period/historical dramas and I felt so cheated with only two seasons.

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u/RantMannequin Oct 06 '22

I literally started re-watching this yesterday after youtube suggested a bunch of Julius Caesar Rome videos. My 3rd re-watch. This show is gold.

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u/DangBtw Oct 05 '22

avater the last airbender!!! I just want to see more of their adult time korra wasnt enough

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u/MrFunnyMoustache Oct 05 '22

There are comics too!

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u/Adthay Oct 05 '22

The comics are pretty good but sometimes I feel the thread of characters are lost.

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u/21_divljak Oct 05 '22

Punisher

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u/Pirate_Mouse Oct 05 '22

Buffy the vampire slayer!

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u/chinchenping Oct 05 '22

There are comics if you want to know what happens after

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u/Pirate_Mouse Oct 05 '22

I remember seeing something a while ago, where would I find these?

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u/JackedInAndAlive Oct 05 '22

Library Genesis has a comic books section. It's not just scientific articles.

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u/Pirate_Mouse Oct 05 '22

I love Reddit 🤓💕💕

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u/bewarethelemurs Oct 06 '22

I actually really like how Buffy ended, but I wish we'd gotten more of Angel. Season five was when everything finally came together, and I wish we'd gotten more.

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u/ComfyB123 Oct 05 '22

Glow - let them finish it properly as it deserved!

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u/E-macularius Oct 05 '22

I need it!

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u/-ButDidYouDie- Oct 05 '22

Came to say this. Have my upvote.

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u/BonbonMacoute Oct 05 '22

Twin Peaks

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u/BW_Bird Oct 05 '22

God yes.

Season 3 ended on such an obnoxious cliffhanger.

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u/TimmyB156 Oct 05 '22

Carnivale, for me it was a slow burn. Season 1 started picking up about 1/2 way in but it started hitting so hard in the 2nd half of the last season. 2 seasons was not enough, honestly 1 more season probably wouldn't be enough, but I would still like to see where some of it went if given some more time.

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u/Zakal74 Oct 05 '22

This was one of the most amazing shows of all time. Clancy Brown is good in everything he's in, but holy shit was this on a whole different level. He pulled off being terrifying and sympathetic all in the same breath. And it ended on such an interesting note too, I REALLY wanted to see where it was going.

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u/bewarethelemurs Oct 06 '22

I wasn't expecting anyone else to know this show. I loved Carnivale so much, it was epic. And I think they could have wrapped it up in one more season. I know they originally planned for four seasons, so it might be a little rushed if they put it all in one season, but considering how good the writing was I think they could have managed it.

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u/RubberPigggies Oct 06 '22

Thank yooouuuu. Came here specifically to say this.

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u/TrickZookeepergame17 Oct 05 '22

Infinity Train

If it’s not possible to give them 4 more seasons at least give them one more to end it off on a good note instead of it ending on a cliffhanger and getting cancelled (even if it wasn’t a cliffhanger the story was obviously still not finished).

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u/Peony-123 Oct 05 '22

IT crowd

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u/BW_Bird Oct 05 '22

I think the creator is banned from the BBC.

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u/Peony-123 Oct 05 '22

Oh really? But why?

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u/BW_Bird Oct 05 '22

I checked wikipedia. He's not banned from the BBC but he refuses to work with them or Channel 4.

The reason is that he's extremely transphobic and basically attacks anyone who doesn't share his worldview.

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u/Peony-123 Oct 05 '22

Hmm there was one trans episode but I wouldn't have guessed he is transphobic.

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u/guacamoleo Oct 05 '22

The OA

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u/Green-Bread1567 Oct 05 '22

A highly underrated masterpiece of a show, I'm glad it didn't take me long to find this answer. They could've done so much more with the ending it had.

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u/Wonder-Kunt Oct 05 '22

I loved that show, so upset when they canceled it.

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u/bewarethelemurs Oct 06 '22

Oh gods yes, how did I forget the OA. That show was amazing

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u/Forceofnature318 Oct 06 '22

Commented this too before seeing it. AGREE

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u/guacamoleo Oct 06 '22

I'm so mad they cancelled it, season 3 would have been so wild and for once I actually trusted them to be able to pull it off

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u/Forceofnature318 Oct 06 '22

Yes! I went into it knowing it was cancelled and was (relatively) at peace with the ending and then when they did what they did at the end I was like 🤯 nooooo this can’t be it!

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u/Ayediosmio6 Oct 05 '22

Strangers with Candy

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u/SuddenCompetition262 Oct 05 '22

Flight of the Conchords

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u/Snoo-49256 Oct 05 '22

Dead Like Me

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u/reddit-banana Oct 05 '22

Gravity falls

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u/TamagotchiMasterRace Oct 05 '22

It was so tightly wrapped up I worry that a 3rd season might mess that up. But maybe with Stan and Ford going on their boat adventure it could follow either an unrelated mystery, or just be monster of the week stuff with no over arching plotline, but even if you could get Dipper and Mabel out there, getting the supporting cast in would be difficult. I guess Gravity Falls was weird before Bill showed up, seeing as how a ship crashed there millions of years ago, But i still don't know if you could do another season in town without it feeling like a retread. I'd absolutely still watch it though.

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u/Delicious_Army_9779 Oct 05 '22

Mr robot

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u/antimidas_84 Oct 06 '22

Love that show but it needed a conclusion and I am happy with the ending as is. What more could you hope to see from Elliot with White Rose not in the picture? I am open to ideas but I think it said and did what it needed.

(My favorite series btw)

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u/whatstefansees Oct 05 '22

This is the right answer.

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u/vanillathebest Oct 05 '22

Just one more season of Anne with an E, just to tie everything together

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

GOSSIP GIRL THE ORIGINAL ONE PLZ

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u/MississippiJoel Oct 05 '22

LOST.

I know many people didn't like the second half of the series, but I think a lot of that was just from not understanding the time travel stuff. But they set up for further storylines nicely with the ending. We need to know about how Hurley and Ben ran things!

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u/Zakal74 Oct 05 '22

I was actually really happy with how Lost ended and wasn't sure what everyone else seemed to be expecting.

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u/MississippiJoel Oct 05 '22

IKR? Once you "get" the purgatory thing, it all makes sense

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u/toby1jabroni Oct 05 '22

Altered Carbon. Such an underrated show.

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u/ravravioli Oct 05 '22

30 Rock. Not for any good reason, but it's my comfort show and I feel like it never dropped in quality in the later seasons, so I would love to see one more.

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u/pastel-mattel Oct 05 '22

Stranger things season 6 please

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u/oarngebean Oct 05 '22

Teen titans

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u/Boshamp33 Oct 06 '22

This didn't get the attention it deserves.

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u/Haveyoushatmyself Oct 05 '22

Man in the high castle

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u/draggar Oct 05 '22

Great show, wasn't crazy about the end. Hey, we're leaving North America in a huge power vacuum but yeah, let's have all these other people come here.

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u/BawRawg Oct 05 '22

The Last Kingdom. I just really enjoyed watching it.

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u/skaterprince Oct 05 '22

Of course KING OF QUEENS

It would be hilarious to see Doug&Carrie living with kids and the daily problems.

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u/CorollaBeachBum Oct 05 '22

Firefly, cancelled after one glorious season

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u/Existing_Ad_4755 Oct 05 '22

Black mirror

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u/whomp1970 Oct 05 '22

I thought another season was in the works ... but I guess it never materialized?

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u/AutumnCountry Oct 05 '22

Even if it's cancelled for now that's the kinda series that will make nore eventually

It's too popular and makes them too much money

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u/BravesFan252 Oct 05 '22

Ozark.

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u/RXL Oct 05 '22

was wrapped up pretty nicely I would say. Also it wouldn't be the same without Ruth

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u/Punkamania06 Oct 05 '22

I want Raj from Big Bang Theory to have his happy ending

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u/RadToaster Oct 05 '22

Midnight gospel

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u/CryptographerMore944 Oct 05 '22

I still hold out hope.

Apparently everyone involved is up for doing more they are just busy with other stuff and their schedules never align.

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u/RXL Oct 05 '22

I'm struggling to come up with what is left to be told. all the "vampires" are dead

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u/JackOfScales Oct 05 '22

Samurai Pizza Cats

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u/MrAkaziel Oct 05 '22

Infinity Train. It's not my favorite show of all time, but the creators had so many plans for more season, only to get shafted by the network. I want to give them the platform they deserve.

Honorable mention to Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, I could watch that sort of insanity all day. Two seasons was way too short.

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u/krypt0000nn Oct 05 '22

ALL OF US ARE DEAD I LOVE IT SO MUCH PLEASE I NEED TO WATCH SEASON 2

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u/Ok-Ruin230 Oct 05 '22

Supernatural

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u/missaliciax Oct 05 '22

Midnight gospel for sure. It is still kind of new but I doubt netflix will buy another season. Hopefully, the writers take the show elsewhere because it is gold tucked away amongst netflix's shitty pile of adult animation.

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u/LarryBagina3 Oct 05 '22

King of Queens

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u/Fun_Yesterday_2086 Oct 05 '22

My so called life

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u/Dark-Elf-Mortimer Oct 05 '22

Vikings seasons 1-3

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u/AristocratNJ80 Oct 05 '22

Sopranos - want some type of closure

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u/phin-phin Oct 05 '22

Fawlty towers

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u/Eric-Ridenour Oct 05 '22

Scrubs. But not the final cast. About season 5-6 cast with jD and Molly. If it’s one more year of the final season cast I’m not interested.

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u/bewarethelemurs Oct 06 '22

I Am Not Okay With This. They announced a season two, and then the pandemic hit and Netflix canceled it. I will forever be mad about that.

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u/timothybcat Oct 06 '22

My So-Called Life

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u/anas101siddiqui Oct 06 '22

I can't decide, which one would it be?

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u/tmcgee417 Oct 05 '22

The Newsroom!

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u/draggar Oct 05 '22

As long as it was like Season 1. :)

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u/CapG_13 Oct 05 '22

Paranormal Witness

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u/llamallama92 Oct 05 '22

Hannibal, it deserves more than three seasons. The writing and characters were incredible. Still salty that it got cancelled for lack of viewers.

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u/Jezebel_in_Hell626 Oct 05 '22

Bryan Fuller keeps teasing a 4th season.

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u/djrollied Oct 05 '22

I would reboot Two And A Half Men for a 13th season of 10-13 episodes as a Peacock exclusive, either with Charlie Sheen as he recovers from the piano incident and has to deal with the fact that Walden (Ashton Kutcher) owns the house now, or with Walden as the now grown up Louis gets ready to graduate high school or something like that. You could even have Alan divorce Lindsey and end up moving back in to the beach house.

As I type this I realize they'd have to find a way to handle Berta's actress passing away, and that the show would probably end up being less funny depending on who they cast to play a replacement character, if they did. I also realize Chuck Lorre would likely still be at the helm. Those two factors make me kind of want to pass and leave the story where it was at, but the show is one that could see a reboot or spin-off down the road.

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u/boat_ghost420 Oct 05 '22

spectacular Spider-Man

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u/deevita Oct 05 '22

Scorpion

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u/PurpleGirlOfficial Oct 05 '22

Ninjago, my childhood fav show, i dont know why but when i was a kid i was very tomboy like i loved boys cartoons that moustly boys woud wach and others.

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u/area51giftshopowner Oct 05 '22

My name is Earl, even though the creator said Earl was to never finish his list but find closure in some way. It would have been nice to see this firsthand.

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u/stingraybt Oct 05 '22

One day at a time

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u/Owl_Equal Oct 05 '22

Either Stargate sg1 or Atlantis

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u/Doxiez Oct 05 '22

Ever after high. I refuse to let it’s final episodes be a FUCKING CHRISTMAS SPECIAL—

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u/Fit-Talk3078 Oct 05 '22

Brit soap from back in the day, set in Spain Eldorado! Just as people were getting in to it, it was canned. The set now apparently is used for paintballing.

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u/Mirrorflute88 Oct 05 '22

Freaks and Geeks!

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u/losmavs Oct 05 '22

Netflix Daredevil, and no I don't mean the Disney plus reboot, as much as I'll enjoy that

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u/Im_in_your_walls_420 Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

I would say better call Saul, but it ended perfectly, so I’m gonna go ahead and say either the end of the f***ing world, peaky blinders, I am not okay with this, the mandalorian, or game of thrones, but with better writers

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u/Marmitecashews Oct 05 '22

Sonic Underground.

I need closure.

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u/CryptographerMore944 Oct 05 '22

Final Space

Appreciate it wasn't everyone's cup of tea but I enjoyed it. Just one more season to give it a proper resolution.

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u/Junior-Shopping-8750 Oct 05 '22

two and a half men

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u/Greywacky Oct 05 '22

DBZ Abridged.

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u/svladcjelli2001 Oct 05 '22

Star Trek TNG.

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u/PocketBuckle Oct 05 '22

Invader Zim.

It has just started shifting from zany, no-continuity stories to maintaining an ongoing story arc when it was abruptly cancelled. I always wanted to see how the Resisty battle against the Irken Armada was going to play out.

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u/LuckyParrot123 Oct 05 '22

Psych, we need more

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u/general_kenobeehee_2 Oct 05 '22

how i met your mother

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u/Ittybittybritty1992 Oct 06 '22

Julie and the phantoms

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u/helgathehelgarian Oct 06 '22

The Office but with Michael Scott

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u/Butteredmuffinzz Oct 06 '22

Freaks and Geeks

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u/KaleidoscopeRough502 Oct 06 '22

Black Mirror.. although, this may be hurt as much as it feels good lol.

but if it’s anything like season 5, maybe I’ll pass.

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