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Firefly was the best show ever on television.
Um, you misspelled 'HOMEFRONT'. It's spelled 'Twin Peaks'.
The only one on the list that I watched was "My So-Called Life", which was an excellent series! A personal fave of my own was "I'll Fly Away", which ran on PBS back in the '90's. Meanwhile, mindless garbage like "Friends" runs for hundreds of episodes.....:(
A Year in the Life (1987-1988) 22 Episodes. Great show! I was in about 8th grade and hooked and then it was canceled. So sad!
I would add "Pushing Daisies" to the list - a wonderful and whimsical show that only survived two years. Much too short a run. If you haven't seen it, check it out on Blu-Ray or DVD.
I heard such great things about "Brooklyn Bridge" and so sorry I never got to see it. I love Lou Zorich -- did you know he's Olympia Dukakis's husband? And Marion Ross, such a sweetheart of an actress. I found two promo videos on YouTube. Does anyone know where I could find this series?
Ah, my new Netflix list.
Freaks and Geeks is the best thing Judd Apatow has ever done. It is my favorite show since Everybody Loves Raymond. The characters are awesome and Apatow has to keep it clean for T-V. His creative juices were flowing so maybe one season is all he had in his mind. I would recommend watching all 16 episodes on DVD or Netflix. Freaks and Geeks is one of the most underrated shows of all-time!!!!
Joan of Arcadia - only two seasons on CBS. I still miss that one!
I agree with Eurotraveler re Pushing Daisies, and would also add Arrested Development to the list.
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