Most definitely Life. I could watch Damien Lewis as Charlie Crews read the phonebook.
Isn't he great? Nice eyes. I did like My own worst enemy and Kings. I wish they would give shows a chance. I hope Life comes back next year.
I wish Life wasn't canned as well, but unfortunately it's gone.
I was tempted to put the on the bubble shows (Chuck, Medium, My name is earl, and Law And Order on the list but hopefully all four will be picked up lol)
I think the safest out of those four is Law and Order, there is no way Dick Wolf is going to let it end before he makes it the longest running primetime series lol.
Definitely Life...I loved everything about that show.
I keep hoping that USA Networks will offer some reprieve, but it doesn't look like that's going to happen.
I voted for Howie do it. I really liked it.
I was just hoping a reality show wasn't picked number one. But seriously, I picked Life. It's the only one I watched on a regular basis. If Medium was there, I would of picked Medium. Man, NBC's programing looks like it sucks with all these cancellations.
L&O would have to be on for at least 10 more yrs for it to become the longest running series because Gun Smoke was on for at least 20 yrs straight.
L&O is wraping up its 19th season now, so it is one season away from tying, two from passing.
Just because I'm a TV Geek, I need to point out that -- while Law & Order is about to tie its number of seasons with Gunsmoke -- it's still waaaaay behind in number of episodes.
Back when Gunsmoke was on, they did as many as 39 episodes per season, so there were 635 episodes of Gunsmoke produced. Law & Order's season finale will be episode 431.
Lol good point, and true so they can share the honor lol, Gunsmoke can have the most episodes and L&O can have most seasons lol
That's true, Johnathon. Everybody's happy (except fans of the shows listed above in this poll, of course).
I voted for Life. ER had a great run and it went out the way a classic television show should. Life never got the support from NBC it should've. It got bounced around and pre-empted and basically treated shabbily it's whole run.
It also became an example on how to end a very good series despite everything going against it. Watch the last episode of Life and not only does it give closure it totally opened the door to a whole new chapter (if NBC picked it up). I will definitely be picking up the DVD's for both seasons...