We don't watch much TV. We're just not that into it. We only have some fuzzy network stations that we can get to come in if the rabbit ears are pointed just right and the moon is in it's seventh house and you stand on your head and touch you nose with your elbow. (I am glad to hear that they've pushed back cutting the analog signal, because even with the fancy digital antenna we were given, which does actually help the analog, we get a crumby digital signal. As in, none.) Anyway, all that to say that anything we watch, we pretty much watch online. Hulu is our favorite for catching up on the few things that we watch.
So tonight we snuggled up with a laptop to watch the latest episode of Crusoe that we thought would have aired last night. And... there was no new episode. Okay, so it's a break between seasons, we thought. But sadly enough, Google informs me that Crusoe is canceled.
I don't care much about TV, so it shouldn't be a big deal to me, but I am really bummed about this! It was the only decent thing on TV! There was NOTHING objectionable about this show. We didn't miss an episode. It was maybe a little hokey sometimes, but generally a fun and imaginative series. And they didn't even give it an ending. We didn't get to see Robinson Crusoe get off the island and be reunited with his family, or even rebuild his awesome treehouse after it was burned in the last episode. How anticlimactic.
I admit that I had a bad feeling that it was doomed from the start. It was just too... good. Decent. Unoffensive. Moral. There was even the occasional Biblical reference, a couple of times including salvation from sin.
Just like with Firefly (okay, not entirely decent, but very fun) or Pushing Daisies (a very clever show, also pretty unobjectionable), only the good die young.