5 TV Shows That Shouldn't Have Gotten Cancelled
'Legit' follows Jim Jeffries who plays himself, an Australian comedian who rarely takes things seriously, and his 2 friends Steve (Dan Bakkedahl), who is depressed after being divorced from his wife, and Steve's brother Billy (DJ Qualls), who suffers from muscular dystrophy, is very vocal and cunning, and tries to be independent but still needs a lot of help. The show was fantastic and definitely deserved another chance. It got really high reviews but lower viewers but I think thats because it was on the network 'FX' which not many people know about.
'Undeclared' was created by Judd Apatow and is his follow up to 'Freaks and Geeks'. It centers on a group of college freshmen at the fictional University of Northeastern California. It has a really young Jay Baruchel, Charlie Hunnam, and Seth Rogan, who are all great in the quirky comedy. Much like 'Freaks and Geeks' it has a large cult following.
3. Bored To Death
'Bored To Death' is about a writer who moonlights as a unlicensed private detective. He has 2 friends, a magazine editor and a comic book artist. He recently got dumped and finds his life crumbling down around him. He has lots of spare time so he starts trying to solve cases and gets his friends involved. Jason Schwartzman plays the writer, Zach Galifianakis plays the comic book artist, and Ted Danson plays the magazine editor. Together the 3 of them get into some pretty hilarious situations. Another show that didn't get enough of a chance.
2. How To Make It In America
'How To Make In America' is about the grind of two young fashion entrepreneurs trying to make in in New York City. The show is produced by Mark Wahlberg who also did 'Entourage' and I think the same quality is in both of these shows. If 'Entourage' is about the guys who made it, then 'How To Make It In America' is the prequel, just in a different industry with different characters. If this show was given a better chance and continued as long as 'Entourage' did, I'm quite confident it would be in a Top 10 contender for me. Another fantastic show!
1. Happy Endings
'Happy Endings' is all about the adventures, mostly dysfunctional, of 6 friends living in Chicago. There's a "crazy-in-love" couple, a happy-go-lucky boutique shop owner, a daydreamer restauranteur, a slacker man-child , and a serial dating single girl, which adds up to some hilarious situations. When I rewatch the show I still can't believe it got cancelled. If this show would have continued I think it would have been another Top 10 contender. You NEED to watch this show, its a must.