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 From:  william (WILLIAMA)  
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42292.22 In reply to 42292.20 
Some people are saying that the problems are "the curse of Fuller" since so many great series that Bryan Fuller works on are started, build an audience, get pulled. 

Some have had a lengthy run, but there do seem to be a fair few, including some I liked. Dead Like Me springs to mind - one of my all-time favourites.
never trust a man in a blue trench coat, never drive a car when you're dead
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 From:  BarHenly (BARHEN)  
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42292.23 
is it good? I am about to start it. 
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 From:  milko  
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42292.24 In reply to 42292.23 
I still don't really know what the point of this series is so far. Seems like a series of disconnected scenes that aren't quite as visually cool as the first set, but nothing's really progressing anywhere in the main plot. I suppose it oughta get somewhere soon, right?
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42292.25 In reply to 42292.24 
OK a long-ass essentially-Mad-Sweeney-devoted episode has got things back on track for me a bit, even though it too did not really do a massive amount of story progressing. Maybe I just like that character or something, I dunno.
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 From:  william (WILLIAMA)  
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42292.26 In reply to 42292.25 
We decided to stop following and binge watch when it's ended. 
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