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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by Patrick Sun, Sep 30, 2012.
ABC's new show "666 Park Avenue" premieres tonight.
I'm curious about this show.
I'll give the pilot a try.
I'm not a fan of Revenge, so I've never really seen more then one episode of that series, yet, I was surprised I tuned onto 666 to check it out.
At first I didn't know what to make of this show. I have it on, but I'm concentrating on other stuff I have going on. I've watched it enough to get that Terry O'Quinn is like the Devil and Vennesa Williams is his wife. And I guess she's a mortal.
What struck me more then how O'Quinn's Devil is using people who want to get ahead, at a huge cost, is he can't escape old Smokey. It just feels like Lost again.
This series hasn't been must view for me, but I happen to keep tuning.
I'm enjoying it much more than I did "Lost." I think I gave up on Lost somewhere in the second season, but I'll stay with 666 Park Avenue.
Yeah, I would have bailed already if the BF didn't like watching it. I'm just not entranced by anything going on. Jane seems to be a typical movie/television character who keeps doing less-than-intelligent stuff because the story demands it.
If she would shape up, I think I'd be more into the show. I like the entire cast and the premise; she just needs to change a little bit to make a better show.
Another casualty from ABC.
It's been officially cancelled.
I fell behind because of the HTF Hollywood meet.
I'm kind of glad I don't have to play catch up now.
ABC will be finishing off the unaired episodes in late June on Saturday nights.
I actually enjoyed this, hoped it would continue, but ratings rule.
Might watch a few of the future episodes, but knowing it doesn't continue and may not even have a decent ending, just "cut", the show's over, not overly interested.
Once I find out a show's being cancelled, I'm usually done with it. No fun to watch something, knowing it has no future and probably not even a proper ending.
They're just using this to fill space in their schedule.
Loads of enthusiasm for this show on the forum! Lol--but would anybody spring for a dvd collection? One hasn't been announced, as of yet.