Wednesday, May 18, 2005

If Ms. Stronach's Shenanigan Wasn't Jaw-dropping Enough For You

Here is further evidence that the apocalypse is TOTALLY nigh (taken from

NEW YORK (AP) -- CBS on Wednesday canceled "Judging Amy," "Joan of Arcadia" and the Wednesday edition of "60 Minutes" as the nation's most popular network tries to attract younger viewers.

The network will add two new comedies and four new dramas next season, including a series in which Jennifer Love Hewitt talks to dead people.

(Now playing: "From Oakland to Warsaw", Destroyer)


Blogger ikk said...

OMG Jennifer Love-Hewitt over Joan of Arcadia and 60 Minutes? what comes next after this anyways? pestilence? famine?

8:57 PM  
Blogger Ms. Cam said...

i'm just sayin-- party of five was a good show. if bailey was a dead person i'd watch

11:26 AM  
Anonymous Benjamin said...

Fox, home of reality TV, has no reality TV in its fall line-up (well, aside from the Saturday night staples of "COPS" and that other one featuring ghetto stuperstars), not that I'm complaining. And the did continue "Arrested Development" afterall, despite it being "too smart for the average American".

UPN cancelled the filmed-in-Toronto "Kevin Hill" and has replaced it with a Chris Rock hour. While I realise that my friend E and I were probably the only two [gay] viewers of that show (and we don't help ratings as we download our teevee), they've just canceled what was, arguably, the only positive depiction of a black father on teevee. Not to mention the hotness. Argh.

1:22 PM  
Blogger rachael said...

uh, that last line sounded like there was deliberately added sarcasm escaping the eyes of cnn :p

7:51 AM  

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