Posted 11/21/16 at 00:45:57
It was fun for a few episodes, but it was rapidly running out of gas. You can be cute for only so long before you have to move the characters along. What was going to happen at the normal end of the season 1? Was there going to be an asteroid or not? If not, you've proved one of the main characters is crazy. If so, then the show had to shift from a romantic comedy to a "after the apocalypse" show. Either way it couldn't last.
Posted 11/20/16 at 23:40:43
Shouldn't underestimate flash viewers i like Flash, Westworld, the Crown, House of Cards, Teen Wolf, Archer, the walking dead, bloodline, the left overs ....we just aren't ready for a romcom about a creepy a Hipster taking advantage of a retarded Millennial. All her friends seemed to be at different points on the Asperger spectrum.
Posted 11/19/16 at 14:32:10
I'm a bit surprised by this news. I thought "No Tomorrow" was a great romantic comedy with great chemistry between the characters. I liked that "Galavant" star Joshua Sasse found himself a good gig and I hope this is not the end after next January.
Posted 11/17/16 at 09:44:26
I'm disappointed but definitely not surprised. This show has been really cute and funny, I've liked it a lot. But I never really expected it to make it, unfortunately.
Posted 11/16/16 at 23:45:03
I made it through the first episode, or maybe I didn't, because I hated every minute of it. I was ok with that because the stated plot was way dumb to begin with. Garbage.
Posted 11/16/16 at 23:29:19
Jane the Virgin is GARBAGE!
Cancel that and keep No Tomorrow!!!
Posted 11/16/16 at 23:10:34
See that's where they are wrong.. the "hit" -> "new show" only works if the DEMOGRAPHIC would be the same. Look the Bachelor, Dancing With the Stars, et al are great hits.. but I can completely assure you that no matter what it put on after those shows... I'm probably going to never see it. I detest those shows so much that I won't even bother with that channel that evening. So.. see.. the "hit" -> "new show" man SEEM logical, but if there's no chance in hell I'm watching The Flash.. there's at least a 70% chance I'll never watch whatever show is on after it.
Posted 11/16/16 at 17:54:03
Aw... That's a shame. This show is really cute and fun. I've been really enjoying it. Here's hoping it does well over on Netflix so it might have a chance at getting another season. But I am happy to see they're giving it that chance at least, if they had done that in the past, I feel like Star Crossed would have secured a second season.
Posted 11/16/16 at 17:50:48
"Look at the CWs schedule. Jane The Virgin ... Crazy Ex-Girlfriend ... They're doing fine"
Let me amend that. They are surviving, but not necessarily "doing fine"; both are down this year, and CexG is especially not doing what it needs to. But Jane launched with unlikely partner The Originals (which was expected to be hit-bound since it spun off Vampire Diaries,) and Jane has since gone three seasons; CW tried the like-type programming the year after by switching Jane's pairing to be Crazy Ex in 2015, yet has since gone back to the hit/coattails approach.
Posted 11/16/16 at 17:32:42
To the Pope:
"...gotta point out that "Flash" viewers aren't going to be the same demographic for No Tomorrow. It's no wonder it's not retaining a lead in audience... this belongs on teh same night as Crazy Ex-Girlfriend if anything. THEN you'd see both shows garner larger audiences. Am I wrong?"
Unfortunately, you probably are wrong. Look at the CWs schedule. Jane The Virgin is paired with Supergirl on Monday; Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is with Vampire Diaries on Friday. They're doing fine; No Tomorrow and Frequency are losing their audience despite following the biggest hits the network has. Most of the CW schedule flip-flops an action series and a comedy or drama, and it tends to work. It's been that way for years (and most networks don't like-type program their network schedule unless specific shows jive together or they build a night, like Must See TV or the TGIF block; it works better for comedy anyway since shows bleed over every half-hour, and for proof of that, see how Shonda Night has mostly worked for ABC yet they still have trouble putting anything before or after Greys even though fans still come back at 10 for Murder/Scandal.)
I liked what No Tomorrow was trying to do and had fun with the cast, but I can understand why The CW's two new shows this year have struggled. I don't think CW could have saved either of them. But we will see what the Netflix deal might mean if that's a sudden factor.