I remember reading or learning that, ironically, what killed the initial syndication potential for The Fugitive was the fact that they actually ended the show - they caught the real killer. Closure is great in real life, novels and non-fiction, but it was thought to be poison for TV series syndication; especially in a show built around suspense, pursuit, and an unresolved mystery. Why tune in when everyone knows the outcome? I think things have changed now, but I remember several series specifically avoiding any resolutions for just this purpose. Or getting panned when they did (Twin Peaks, anyone?) At least we have a new suspense mystery for The Fugitive ... What happened to the music?