Posted on November 29, 2005 | |
News of Threshold's cancellation is premature, apparently. But the show's still not going to last long, I don't think, judging by this Variety report:
“Threshold” had just moved to its new Tuesday night slot last week (swapping with “Close to Home,” which has thrived in “Threshold's” old Friday berth) but posted just a 2.1 rating/6 share in adults 18-49, as well as just 6.5 million viewers -- its lowest audience yet for an original episode.
UPDATE: Whoops! Spoke to soon, again. Threshold really has been cancelled according to Digital Spy, as has Reunion, which I predicted would bite the dust in mere seconds as well.
Posted on November 25, 2005 | |
It had a couple of good moments, but Threshold is to exit stage left, chased by a bear. Still don't understand why Surface and Invasion are left on-screen and Bones' survival is a complete mystery to me. Shouldn't be long now.
Posted on November 24, 2005 | |
Thank God! ABC has put Alias out of its misery. It's been going downhill since the first year and I stopped watching past the first episode this year. Worryingly, all the things that went wrong with Alias have been happening with Lost this year, so the much-hyped island tale might soon lose its sparkle if history repeats itself, as it seems to be doing.
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