Just when we were finally starting to forget about Glee...
He took the blue pill!
It's that time of year when networks are finalizing their fall line-ups and deciding which current shows to keep or cancel. And while we'd like to see underrated procedural Detroit 1-8-7 get another chance, as well as the ridiculous, nonsensical guilty pleasure Off the Map continue, there are a plenty of other "bubble" shows that truly deserve to get their bubbles burst, freeing their casts and producers to seek better luck elsewhere. Here are the ones that most need to be axed, for everyone's sake:
Ted Danson is the new Morpheus.
After The Office's disaster of a season finale, they should be so lucky...
Another one bites the dust?
This show is terrible. It falls peril to all of the worst of David E. Kelley's bad habits, with oddly quirky characters and really bizarre happenings. However, I think it might be my new guilty pleasure. It's so embarrassingly awful for all parties involved that I can't help but stare at this trainwreck as it unfolds. Where else are you going to see a badly CGI'd Kathy Bates flying through the air after getting hit by a car? Nowhere. And frankly, while Ally McBeal was a really godawful series, this one has the capacity to be at least as bad, if not worse in some ways, and that's something that I'll regret not watching years from now.
Everybody's "favorite" TV doc is in high demand!