No Season 4 for the Kevin Bacon thriller.
May 8, 2015
Fox has cancelled The Following after three seasons. Created by Kevin Williamson and starring Kevin Bacon, the dramatic thriller was a modest success when it debuted on the network in 2013 as a midseason replacement. Viewership dipped in each subsequent season though, with this season's numbers making it the lowest-rated Monday night drama on the Big 4 networks.
The Following still has four episodes remaining before signing off for good. Those will air in 2-hour blocks starting this Monday, with the series finale scheduled for the following Monday, May 18.
Posted 05/12/15 at 19:43:58
It may be "ridiculous crap" to some but the bigger crap is the NBC show created more than 12 years after movies were made about a cannibal psychiatrist whose television series completely trashed an authors creation into something truly ****ty for the sheeple to comprehend. When HANNIBAL gets the axe I'll buy first round of drinks"
Language, Floyd, language. Also, more people may pay attention to your posts if you learned to use the requisite apostrophe (author's) and didn't confuse your nouns. The missive you wrote designates that the cannibal doctor as a character himself owns the series series. You used the possessive "whose" immediately after him instead of after NBC.
I know "sheeple" with much ten times your grammatical skills. You're certainly no writer, so we've cleared the table of that right out of the gate. Though you do most likely ~believe~ you are a writer who is nimble on his bloated bitter feet.
As far as the series you intended but failed to designate goes regarding trashing the original material, Thomas Harris consults for the television series. If you want to bash it, bash him as well, instead of blaming outside forces for the show not meeting up to your approval as to what you "think" the series should be. Or were you even referring to original material? Were you extolling the virtue of the film only?
(I tire of this constant escape hatch haters create with their less than witty "sheeple" pointing. Oh, my god. A marginally clever made up word that has been used to death. We're so impressed with you, "Floyd." Your mother must be very proud.)
Myself, I will raise a toast to the gods if you never post here again, because you are missing the point of the website. What's your obsession and hatred for NBC creating something a dozen years after the film? Wait, don't answer that. Because you really don't know. But I do. Your post reeks of a deep seated jealousy fed by the blood of bad English teachers in your past. And that's just a part your problem.
I read Red Dragon before you were born. This MUST be the case, because you come off like a snotty little teen or twenty-something fancying himself as a witty internet troll. If you're actually older, then that is a huge black mark against your maturity index. I read the first edition hardback the same year it came out and your sorry excuse of an existence had yet darkened this flesh play.
(For the record, I would be surprised if you're much past eighteen of age. It would explain a lot.)
Thomas Harris is helping to sculpt the origins of Hannibal while you seem stuck on the film adaptations. Great visionary style and writing are invested into the the television show. It is brilliant. Your ill informed of the series means less than zero.
What are you doing here other than posting incorrectly formed half-thoughts to which even a worm would be embarrassed to take credit?
I doubt seriously that you've read the books, but that's a completely different shortcoming you must accept about yourself and too much ground to cover here. I'm not your therapist (though clearly, you would benefit from a little ~session work~, though I would be secretly afraid it might tilt you toward suicide thoughts beyond those you're already experiencing.)
Amateur. Don't come here derailing the thread if you can't accept the consequences for being called out like the delusional little liar you are.
Parting shot: Subject displays unresolved homosexual fascination with actor Mads Mikkelsen which feeds the fire of the insecurities he wears on his pathetic little cyber sleeves.
On your way, jealous boy. On your way.
What? I shouldn't call out the insulter? Please.
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