What you missed, they were cancel

People are not watching television shows anymore. Why? Maybe the shows are getting bored, especially the plot lines or episodes every week. Especially around the eight o clock hour and the rest of the hours, that goes up to eleven o clock in the evening and then we go to sleep.  The shows and their plot lines have to be intriguing with story and character of the shows.

When critics watch these shows and they think we should watch these shows, we may watch the first episode or pilot show of the new season. We may like it, but it all comes what plot lines for every episodes and the actors in the show that we like to see in our living room every night. And do we have to time to watch it?  Reality shows are great to watch. How about scripted shows?

Here are some of the shows that will end soon this year and never coming back, because they were, cancel because of low ratings of TV viewers. Or they never seen these shows, until now.

State of Affairs – NBC

This political drama from NBC sees Katherine Heigl playing a CIA analyst who advises the first female African American president (played by Alfre Woodard) on matters involving national security. This show was getting low ratings and it will be cancel by NBC soon. Heigl’s star power has certainly faded in recent years and this series wasn’t what she needed to get back on top. State of Affairs got mixed reviews from critics. “The writing does no one any favors, failing even to make the most of Alfre Woodard as president,” said a source. With poor ratings and reviews, it doesn’t look like there’s much incentive to keep this one around.

Hart of Dixie

The CW has been on a winning streak recently with its first ever Golden Globe win for Jane the Virgin, as well as top ratings for its DC Comics-based shows The Flash and Arrow. The one weak point in the network’s lineup seems to be this Rachel Bilson-star, in which she plays a New York doctor who decides to take a job at a practice in Alabama after going through some personal turmoil. Heart of Dixie will end after four seasons on the CW.

If the Jane the Virgin can hold up, since they won for best TV show from the Golden Globe awards a month ago and the actress too. Maybe a better time slot and the viewers can watch this show and see why this show is funnier and intriguing to watch.

CSI

CSI will be cancel from CBS, they don’t have to investigated what happened to this show after 15 season on CBS. The spin offs are better and getting good reviews. Crime is crime and they solve numerous mysteries death by using CSI techniques. I really like one episode, when they killed off Justin Bieber. He was a fan of the show. Look how Justin Bieber rose to fame and downhill it came.

Stalker

CBS’s attempt at a new crime procedural failed with this mess of a show about LAPD’s Threat Assessment Unit and victims of stalking. They should have taken real life cases of stalkers crimes and it could have been a hit and mention in the beginning of the show that these episodes are real cases and use actors to represent the story. But the show itself was misguided of being not stalked by viewers to watch this show. It will be cancel soon.

Resurrection

This ABC drama about a group of people who have to deal with the fact that a bunch of their family members suddenly rise from the dead and rejoin life as if nothing happened probably would have been more successful if it was the zombie show it kind of sounds like it should be. It’s a zombie show. The show is based on the Jason Mott novel “The Returned”, which also spawned a French series that critics say is miles better than the US version.  “You should watch Les Revenants; it aired on Sundance and is now on Netflix, and it’s really good. Resurrection is not as good. It’s a little too sunny, a little too perky about people coming back from the dead,” said Vulture. This show is not be resurrected. Eat brains.

Forever

ABC drama about an immortal medical examiner is going to be cancelled. While the examiner’s 200 years on Earth give him insights into his profession that no one else has as he solves murders in New York City, it seems like this show just wasn’t destined to live forever. The last remaining nine episodes is being shown and it is not Forever.

Revenge

At the end of the third season, the show had been teasing all along finally occurred and now the show is attempting to figure out how to continue without that tension. “Going forward, though, Revenge is going to have to determine what the show looks like without Emily going after the Graysons at every turn, because as shown in this episode, they haven’t quite figured that part out yet,” It seems likely the show won’t get the chance to work that stuff out. So will she get revenge of the low ratings and viewership of the TV audience.

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