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Monday, May 04, 2009
Chuck me, NBC
Chuck has, over the course of its second series, transformed from being a mildly enjoyable show that contained a few pleasant geeky elements to being one of our very favourite shows here at the Monkey House. Everything about it is fun, light-hearted, just smart enough to be unpredictable, and incredibly geeky.
It's also built up quite a following on the blogs and so on.
Nevertheless, NBC have chosen to leave us Chuck fans guessing about the fate of our beloved Buy More employees and kick-ass NSA/CIA operatives. Oh sure, they've renewed Heroes, despite it being unwatchably bad, and Parks and Recreation, despite it being nothing but a pale imitation of The Office, but no word on Chuck.
A cancellation for Chuck would round out an already sucky week for us and our love of decent U.S. television, what with those losers at FX deciding to drop Colbert (one FX employee on Twitter said that it was because the show was expensive and didn't get many viewers. I say if you want viewers, don't bump your show from 11:30pm to 00:05am, IDIOTS).
I hope Chuck doesn't get cancelled. I do love it so.
Posted by Trish Byrne at 9:08 pm
Labels: poxy things, telly
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But where can they go from here? We got 2 great series and a fairly neat ending. Most of me would love to see more, but I've a horrible feeling that if it does get renewed, then the only way forward is a series of sharks and fridges...
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