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Too much of a spoiler thanks.
You've ruined it for me.
It would be great to watch this show on a cable channel. It
will be so frustrating if we don't get to see the end!
sorry quark, i apologise .
i should have known better ,just because i seen it doesn't mean everyone has , wasn't thinking .
i promise not to do it again .
To me that was no ending, more of a begining. why does NBC keep cancelling good shows and keeping the bad one's?
@zandarblade Because they are anal about money like every other commercial network.
I really liked this show. I'm sad to find out it cancelled. :-(
I am huge fan of this show. I always like to watch such type of stories. I have seen all episodes of this show . I enjoyed this show very much.
at least they explianed the theory behind the Event. Even if we did not get to see it.
Yes could have been intereesting to see how that would have played out.
There was a post in some barely updated forum site claiming that Deadline Hollywood (no clue what credibility they have)released an update that there were talks between networks discussing the possible interest in picking up the show "The Event".
Whether this is a site, a magazine, or both, they seem to get info. So if they do, this is what I propose as i am everywhere else...
We need to findout what networks are truly talking. Meaning not the rumors but the true channels talking?
If anyone has an account or relationship with someone in Deadline Hollywood, lets find out what network is considering. Then we can help share with those same channels why it would be such a great idea to pickup The Event… And my opinion, sorry but I have to state….
This show should not be cancelled. I agree it STARTED slow, but there was neccassary reason for that. Without the slow weeks of introduction episodes, it would have had that “cheesy” element sometimes ruining a great premise as many dramas(Cough cough – V) fall victim too. The writers clearly saved it and took off right at the midseason finale. Every episode following that finale was not just a cliff hanger but a “look forward to” cliff hanger. Especially the series finale which makes for a much greater SEASON finale.
Lets do what we can fans.
This will proably be like Firefly. Cancelled and then one movie.
According to deadline.com it is SYFY who are in talks to bring the event back for a miniseries. If a deal can be made and the miniseries does well on the channel the show might just get another season.
Cross your fingers everyone.
fingers & toes crossed.
now that sounds good to me Thor
@justliam Yes I mentioned this news two weeks back in this thread. And as thor was kind enough to fill us in, it is Sci-Fi (I refuse to call them Syfy) are in talks to grab the show. So good on them for seeing potential in the series.
That would be wonderful!
Yeah, would love that.
Anyone hear anything new?
In early June it was reported that SyFy was interested in bring the show to their network. SyFy have since denied reports that they were interested in the show.
Jason Ritter has signed a development deal with NBC to star in a new show to be created by Writer/producer Jason Katims who credits include Friday Night Lights and Parenthood. The project is said to be an hour long drama but no other details have been released. Ritter will also reprise his role on Parenthood for multiple episodes in season 3.
The fact that Jason Ritter seems to have moved on to other projects seems to indicate that the Event is finding it difficult to secure a new home and may infact be dead in the water.
that is sad news, but thank you for the update thor.
this is such bad news, I really enjoyed this show and felt it was starting to get somewhere with the plot.
maybe a TV movie next??????
Dude. The Event was AWESOME. Why'd they have to cancel it right when the shit was hitting the fan? Shoulda at least let them come to some conclusion.
In fact, I'd love to see a trend of TV shows self-determining series finale's instead of trying to draw out their runs as long as possible, sacrificing plot and script in the process, and then be roughly shoved off the air once they've run out of juice.
Here here i agree totally. They should look at some of the BBC mini series type format but make them 10 or 12 episodes long. Two really great ones were The Shadow line and State of Play.