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Date Posted: 06:33:47 08/29/02 Thu
Author: Avalon
Subject: OT: Invisible Man's cancellation
In reply to: Theodora 's message, "Re: TNT re: email and message board" on 00:05:03 08/29/02 Thu

>On a more depressing thought--will it really make a
>difference. Sci Fi didn't seem to pay attention to
>their fans when they cancelled Invisible Man, and it
>was even showing on "major" networks....

There were some things going on with I-Man in its later days that made me think that what happened there was mostly office politics, with maybe some creative disagreements thrown in. (Emphasis on the "office politics".) I think Witchblade is a totally different case...at least, I hope.

And yes, I've posted on the TNT bboard. Nowhere near as eloquently as the rest of y'all, but hey, it counts too, right? *grin*

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