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Wonderfalls comes to DVD on december 7th, 2004!


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#121 of 127 OFFLINE   Firebee

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Posted January 25 2007 - 10:56 AM

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I recently watched the entire 13 episode series of this show. It was a really great series. What a shame that Fox gave up on it so quickly. I am grateful that they did release all 13 episodes that were filmed.

I highly recommend purchasing this series. It was a bit quirky, but a "good quicky".

Glad to hear this. I blind bought this set on the cheap from Amazon last year, but have yet to work my way around to it. Blame that on Buffy, Charmed, X-Files and Star Trek: TNG among other sets that I own. *Sigh*
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#122 of 127 OFFLINE   Scott-S

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Posted January 25 2007 - 01:29 PM

I agree. It was a very good show. Fox has a bad record of not giving shows long enough to gain an audience.
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#123 of 127 ONLINE   TravisR

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Posted January 25 2007 - 03:16 PM

I love Wonderfalls but if Fox let it run until the end of time, I don't think it would have gained an audience. It's a great show but it's just not what the average viewer is into.

#124 of 127 OFFLINE   LarryH

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Posted January 25 2007 - 03:21 PM

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It's a great show but it's just not what the average viewer is into.

The best recommendation you could give for Wonderfalls!

Anyhow, I liked it and bought the set.

#125 of 127 OFFLINE   Will_B

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Posted January 25 2007 - 04:48 PM

Oh I dunno, that other show about God talking to a girl did a season or two, didn't it? Joan of Arcadia or something? And even Dead Like Me, which felt similar to Wonderfalls, lasted two seasons. But Fox kills its young.
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#126 of 127 OFFLINE   Marty M

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Posted January 26 2007 - 02:24 AM

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I love Wonderfalls but if Fox let it run until the end of time, I don't think it would have gained an audience. It's a great show but it's just not what the average viewer is into.
Another show that fits in that category from Fox was Keen Eddie. My wife and I watched this show and knew it wouldn't connect with the "average viewer". We loved the show and are proud to NOT be one of the average viewers.

Thanks to admins for moving my post to this thread. I will try to do a better job of searching before I start another thread.
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#127 of 127 OFFLINE   Adam Lenhardt

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Posted August 12 2011 - 02:32 AM

I watched the original four or five episodes when they aired on Fox back in '04, and just burned through the whole series on DVD through Netflix the last couple weeks. The last episode left me yearning for more "Wonderfalls". Unlike other great shows killed early, I don't even know if I'd want a follow-up series. The character of Jaye Tyler was fundamentally a mid-twenties character. Seeing her in the same place at 33 would undermine the arc of the show and feel pretty depressing.





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