41 tv shows that were canceled

CNN has a list of 41 tv shows that were canceled. Below is the list.
1. “Hannibal,” NBC’s critically well-received prequel to “The Silence of the Lambs,” was canceled after three seasons.
2. Despite a devoted fan base and a big social media movement to save the show, NBC canceled the comic book adaptation “Constantine” after 13 episodes in May.
3. Fox’s summer series “Knock Knock Live,” which had celebrities pop up at the doors of ordinary people offering them the chance to win big prizes, lasted all of two episodes before getting canceled.
4. The Cinemax series “Banshee” has a devoted fan base, but the network just announced that the upcoming fourth season will be its last. 5. After three seasons, Netflix pulled the plug on “Lilyhammer.”
6. The Swedish comedy “Welcome to Sweden” was canceled midway through its second season airing in the United States on NBC.
7. Billy Crystal, and Josh Gad teamed up for “The Comedians,” which lasted one season on FX.
8. Showtime has decided to pull the plug on “Happyish,” starring Steve Coogan in a role originally intended for the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
9. TLC announced July 16 that the Duggar family’s show, “19 Kids and Counting,” is officially canceled after the revelation of a molestation scandal involving eldest son Josh Duggar.
10. Teen Nick has announced it’s canceling “Degrassi: Next Generation” after 14 seasons.
11. Fox canceled “The Mindy Project” after three seasons, but The Hollywood Reporter says it will be resurrected on Hulu.
12. After 15 seasons, CBS is not picking up “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” for a 16th season.
13. Kevin Bacon’s dark suspense drama “The Following” lasted three seasons on Fox before cancellation.
14. “About a Boy” had a promising first season on NBC, but that wasn’t enough to keep it going after two years.
15. Rainn Wilson’s return to TV was short-lived, with Fox canceling “Backstrom” just after the season finale.
16. Katherine Heigl’s “State of Affairs” was much-hyped by NBC but ended up lasting just one season.
17. With the creator of “Breaking Bad” behind it, “Battle Creek” had a lot going for it. However, CBS ended it after a short first season. 18. NBC pulled the plug on “One Big Happy” after a short first season.
19. “Stalker” received a lot of criticism when it debuted in the fall, and CBS decided not to give it a season 2.
20. “Weird Loners” did not last very long on Fox, getting canceled after a short season.
21. Critics loved “Marry Me,” but viewers didn’t tune in, forcing NBC to cancel the sitcom.
22. Despite a hardcore fan base, it wasn’t enough for ABC’s supernatural series “Forever,” about a man with everlasting life, to last past one season.
23. After four seasons, Rachel Bilson’s “Hart of Dixie” is officially over at the CW.
24. “Resurrection’s” spooky premise, about dead people coming back to life, had some interest from viewers in its first season, but ratings dropped off, effectively killing it after season 2.
25. Critics applauded the diverse sitcom “Cristela,” but ABC ended it after one season.
26. The CW has canceled the shortlived midseason sci-fi series “The Messengers.” 27. Syfy’s virus horror series “Helix” was canceled after two seasons.
28. Emily VanCamp will make that vengeful face to the camera no more. Once-hot melodrama “Revenge” has been canceled by ABC after four seasons.
29. “Looking,” HBO’s ensemble show about a group of gay friends living and loving in San Francisco, has been canceled after two seasons.
30. NBC pulled the plug on the spy drama “Allegiance” in March after just five episodes, according to TVLine.
31. After five spy-tacular seasons, USA announced it was pulling the plug on “Covert Affairs.” 32. the sixth season of “Hot in Cleveland” will be its last, TV Land announced.
33. NBC broke some “A to Z” fans’ hearts with the announcement in fall 2014 that the network wouldn’t be producing any more episodes.
34. The Fox sitcom “Mulaney,” which some compared to “Seinfeld,” ended after half a season’s worth of low-rated episodes.
35. NBC’s comedy “Bad Judge” also received a tough sentence. Both shows would finish production on the first season and then wrap.
36. The Thanksgiving holiday was a downer for fans the Fox show “Red Band Society. It was canceled.
37. “Manhattan Love Story” was the first TV show of the fall 2014 season to get canceled, after four episodes on ABC.
38. The critically acclaimed social media comedy “Selfie” initially was one of the casualties of the fall 2014 TV season, with ABC axing its updated take on “My Fair Lady” in early November.
39. CBS canceled its Will Arnett and Sean Hayes program “The Millers” just a few weeks into its second season, which caused Hayes to “Shake It Off.”
40. “Gracepoint,” Fox’s adaptation of the British drama “Broadchurch,” did not last as long as the original, ending after one 10-episode season. 41. “The McCarthys” was a casualty of CBS’ fall lineup.


that doesn’t go on your face. Woman finds bugs in her makeup spundge

Yes she even shared it with the world on Facebook.
A woman in the United Kingdum was shocked to find bugs in her device that lets makeup go on to the face.
Per the Daily Mail: Stevie Miller, from Mildenhall, Suffolk, noticed black dots on the applicator her sister had bought her online, and at first assumed it was mould, or something which had stuck there from her makeup bag.
In a video she posted on Facebook, which has since gone viral with more than 815,000 views, the 20-year-old said: ‘I hadn’t had it long, and was getting along with it amazingly (2015.)
She got herself some tweezers, and then she pulled out the first of several bugs.
“Then I realised there was a slight hole in it, which confused me endlessly as I’d only just got it. I did a little digging, and found two, very obscure strange bugs living inside my beauty blender. They’d been there the entire time, and they were strange-looking.
After finding these creapy bugs she chose to get some scissors to check and see if she got them all. No she didn’t she came across one that was odder then the rest.
What the hell is that? It’s another thing with legs – it’s like a miniature one,” says Stevie. Another follows.
Per The Daily Mail: After she has finished slicing the sponge, Ms Miller arranges the insects – four in total, plus the wing – on a piece of paper and concludes: ‘Well, that beauty blender lasted not long.
‘I’m probably going to get some skin disease now and will never be able to leave my flat again. ‘I need a shower, I need bleach, I need Jesus.
What you need is a refund!

3 dream moments that would make the vma’s werth it

MTV is going to host a tv show all about music videos (when they don’t even play them anymore) strange. Anyway, these are my three dream ideas that would never happen at a vma. If any of these come to fruition I will declare I told you so. 1. Nicky pulls a Konye West and takes over Taylor Swift’s speech.
2. Miley doesn’t hand Taylor an award and declares herself champion, drops the mic, and walks off to a cascade of boos. 3. We get a reunion of Led Zeplen and perhaps a world tour.

RIP Oliver Sacks

Per The New York Times, Oliver Sacks, the acclaimed neurologist who scientifically parsed the mysteries of the human brain while simultaneously embracing the intricacies of the human spirit, has died today at the age of 82. He wrote of his life in an Op-ed in febuary writing:
“I cannot pretend I am without fear,” he wrote of his diagnosis of cancer. “But my predominant feeling is one of gratitude. I have loved and been loved; I have been given much and I have given something in return; I have read and traveled and thought and written.
It can be declared that mr. Sacks was a man with many contradictions: “candid and guarded, gregarious and solitary, clinical and compassionate, scientific and poetic, British and almost American.
“I’m strongly atheist by disposition, but nonetheless when this happened, I couldn’t help thinking, ‘That must be what the hand of God is like1′” he told Terri Gross of NPR in 2012.
Meditating again on the end of his life, he wrote two weeks ago in the Times : “I find my thoughts drifting to the Sabbath, the day of rest, the seventh day of the week, and perhaps the seventh day of one’s life as well, when one can feel that one’s work is done, and one may, in good conscience, rest. Now rest ye old gentleman with whom no cancer can defeat rest sur.

LA wins 2024 usoc bid

Los Angeles has struck a deal with the United States Olympic Committee to be the bid city for the 2024 Olympics for the United States, if the city council agrees.
If the council approves the deal at a meeting Tuesday, the USOC will announce Los Angeles as its candidate, a person familiar with the process told The Associated Press.
The person did not want to be identified because the negotiations have not been publicly announced.
Last month, the USOC scrapped plans to make Boston the bid city and entered talks with Los Angeles. The International Olympic Committee will pick the host city in 2017.

#InvisibleSister looks awesome based on the cast as well as the plot @rowblanchard @parisberelc

Invisible Sister sounds awesome. Wikipedia describes it thusly:
Invisible Sister is the comedy adventure story of Cleo (Rowan Blanchard), a teen girl whose science project goes terribly wrong, making her popular older sister, Molly (Paris Berelc), suddenly invisible. The cast contains the following people also via wikipedia
. Rowan Blanchard as Cleo
. Paris Berelc as Molly
. Karan Brar as George, Cleo’s best friend and fellow science whiz kid . Rachel Crow as Nikki, Molly’s best friend and teammate
. Austin Fryberger as The Coug, Molly’s boyfriend
. Will Meyers as Carter, Cleo’s crush and science scholar
. Alex Desert as Mr. Perkins, the high school science teacher