Thanks for sharing this information! I had a feeling this show wouldn't last much longer after the previous season, but it's great to hear that they are trying to end it the proper way. Some of the gals I work with at DISH and I thought they would end it with last season, so I'm very glad that is not the case. I've followed the entire series too, so I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for a premiere date. Luckily my DISH Hopper DVR gives me 455 hours of HD recording time, so I'll have no problem recording the entire series finale to watch in one sitting. I can't wait to see how they end it! :)
at anon 1:07, ITA w/you. Even the kids loved and voted kristen and rob for tighwilt when it is really not a "kid" movie (remember it is rated PG13?)one thing more, harry potter also did not win favorite book, much to my expectation.
They should definitely bring Paul back. That kind of loss is something that will destroy Adam, and if you want to be real, there's no way to make a 'dramedy' around that. Also, if Paul dies, Kathy's guilt,sorrow, and realistic assessment of her odds would put her in such a deep depression that I don't see how she can continue fighting. The body reacts to depression and this would not have a positive effect on her remission. Besides, Paul is key to the show. Oliver Platt has created as indelible a character in Paul as Laura Linney's Cathy. Having him 'come back' in after-death appearances is just not the same and won't have the same impact. Please, please have Paul recover from his heart attack.
I just realized, this blog post is ancient - so I guess I'm making these suggestions for a future top 20 list. Not sure if "Perception" is too new a show or if Rachael Leigh Cook and/or Kelly Rowan (who plays Daniel's favorite hallucination, no less) are too far down the totem pole in the cast to qualify - but that whole cast is terrific, and is sure to end up on SOMEbody's top 20 list in the not-too-distant future. Another one for consideration: Callie Thorne as the anxiety-ridden but very effective therapist on "Necessary Roughness."
Betty White 90th birthday special on NBC January 16th
[...] know her, you love her… everybody loves her. She´s Betty White, number one on the top ten leading ladies on TV list. And she is turning 90. Ellen DeGeneres, Morgan Freeman, Tina Fey, Ray Romano, Seth Meyers and [...]