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I watch all my TV online, so I completely missed 666 Park Avenue when it aired on ABC from September 2012 to July 2013. I only stumbled across it recently when I was trawling the bottomless pit of B-grade horror that Netflix has. To my surprise, the show wasn't complete garbage. In fact, it was actually really, really…
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Seriously, it's been a tough time for science fiction on network TV lately — but that losing streak ends tonight, with the summer's one must-see new show, Under The Dome. Plus Syfy gives us the crazypants over-the-top summer movie you'll never admit you crave. Check out clips and details for all of this week's TV…
It's going to be tough to let go. But hopefully the final batch of Futurama episodes, starting this week, will help numb the pain of saying farewell to the Planet Express Crew. Meanwhile, there's a superhero "girls' night out," and someone finally explains how sex works. Plus Finn and Jake have a time machine!
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ABC already canceled the real estate snuff porn show 666 Park Avenue, but now it turns out the final episodes of the first season have actually been pulled off the network's schedule. If any of you were hoping that 666 could get a last-minute reprieve if the ratings improved this spring... stop holding your breath. [EW
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Goodbye, terrible show about a haunted building that rich people live in. Goodbye, fairly promising submarine series that allowed us to see Scott Speedman wet, a lot. It is a shame, because Last Resort was just starting to get good. At the same time, we had long since forgotten about 666 Park Avenue.