'Dresden Files' Canceled

by Paul William Tenny

The Scifi Channel has canceled their original show The Dresden Files. I picked this up from Syfy portal this afternoon, which they apparently poached from TV Guide. It's difficult if not impossible to keep an eye on every single cable show to find out if it got renewed or not, there are just too many with too much focus put on the broadcast networks.

Apparently the show didn't get high enough ratings to justify its cost, which I can't imagine would be all that high since it wasn't exactly an ambitious show. That's not to say it wasn't good, it was entertaining at times and had what I felt like a lot of potential. I think they had a lot of trouble during the first season trying to figure out what kind of show they wanted to be, and that hurt it. It didn't seem like Scifi promoted it very much compared to Battlestar Galactica and the two Stargates, either.

Good news for Harry, though, who landed a role on one of those shiny new network dramas, this one called Hotshots. Hotshots is about the lives of living-large CEO's. I wrote about this and other new ABC shows that got picked up during the upfronts this past spring, which you can read about here.


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That's really too bad. I liked that show.

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