I knew it was coming, but Veronica Mars, one of my TV favorite shows, got canceled this week.
It hung on for three years, and I’m grateful it was on that long. (And honestly, this season wasn’t nearly as good as the first two). But the finale is next week, and from what I’ve read, it was meant to be a season ender, not a series ender. In other words, nothing is going to get resolved.
I hate it when TV shows get the axe before they can wrap up their story lines. It’s not like I can do that in my books, now is it? So, why do TV execs get a free pass?
There oughta be a law –Â any show, and I mean any show, that stays on the air at least one season and then gets cancelled should come back for one more episode in the summer or fall (or even a two-hour made-for-TV movie) so they can wrap everything up and satisfy the fans. I’d still be bummed about my show getting the axe, but at least I’d know how things were more or less supposed to turn out.
Are you listening CW network? Are you?
What about you? Did any of your shows get cancelled? Inquiring minds want to know …