Simply Wrote…TV series


By Heather Kinder - [email protected]



How many of you watch TV series?

How many of these series have you watched where there have been no upcoming seasons to tie up all the loose ends?

This can be very frustrating!

Did the character die? Did the character live happily ever after? Did the character find his or her long lost child? Did the character go to prison?

The questions are endless when the scenario could go so many different directions.

My husband and I have recently watched three shows on Netflix where there are only a few seasons or even just one season of a show.

For example, we watched the show The Glades. There were four seasons. We thought, okay Netflix will have more seasons later.

Nope, there are no other seasons.

You know how season four ended?

That’s right someone gets shot. Not just any someone, but the main character.

He falls to the floor after being shot twice in the back at the house he just bought his bride to be on the day he is to be married. Credits roll, the end!

How can this be? Why is there no season five?

Another show we watched was Breakout Kings. This show had two seasons. Just when we were really starting to like the show, it’s gone. No more. The END!

Both The Glades and Breakout Kings were on A&E.

The most recent show we are watching is Frequency and there is only one season. My husband and I realized after we are half way through the season there will not be a season two.

Okay, so rant is over sort-of.

It makes me want to watch movies and only movies.

However, if we watch shows like NCIS, Law & Order and Criminal Minds we would have many seasons to watch.

I guess this is what we get for wanting to try new TV shows.

My rant is now over.

May your TV series selection be more successful than mine.

By Heather Kinder

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Heather Kinder is a reporter for the Coal Valley News. She can be contacted at 304-307-3104, [email protected] or on Twitter @CVN_hkinder.

Heather Kinder is a reporter for the Coal Valley News. She can be contacted at 304-307-3104, [email protected] or on Twitter @CVN_hkinder.

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