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Favorite visual artistMiguelangel Buonarotti, Norman Rockwell, Boris Vallejo, many more...Favorite moviesStarWars, ALL Live action superhero movies, The Nativity Story, The Passion Of The Christ, MOST Disney animated films, I Love You Man, Clash Of The Titans(the original), Logan's Run, The Shawshank Redemption, many more...Favorite TV showsLos Picapiedras/The Flintstones, Space:1999, UFO, Friends, Royal Pains, Perception, Penny Dreadful, Once Upon A Time, anime series & American cartoons, all DC and Marvel superhero TV shows live action or animated, Super Soul Sunday, The Exes.Favorite bands / musical artistsABBA, The Beatles, Shaun Cassidy, Donny & Marie Osmond, La Pandilla, classical music, almost everything from the 1980s!Favorite booksReference and how to books, classic literatureFavorite writersWilliam Shakespeare, Edgar Allan PoeFavorite gamesAnimal Crossing, Pokemon, Batman-Rise Of Sin Tzu, Harvest MoonFavorite gaming platformPlaystation2, Nintendo DSiTools of the Tradecolor pencils, pens, markers, paper, erasers, sketchbooks, Corel software, Wacom tabletOther Interestsshopping, spirituality, sex, movies, American TV sitcoms, learning languages, many more...
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My new favorite TV show on the Showtime cable network Penny Dreadful has ended. After two great seasons the show suddenly came to an abrupt end in season 3 with a very sad and unfulfilled ending that delivered a slap in the face to all Penny Dreadful fans worldwide. Apparently it seems that halfway filming this new third season the greedy money grabbers Showtime executives decided not to renew the show. Then creator John Logan had to rewrite everything and cram a bunch of themes and ideas into one extremely rushed episode with a very sad ending that left many loose ends and disappointment everywhere.
Originally according to the series creator and executive producer John Logan, Penny Dreadful was meant to last from 5 to six seasons roughly consisting of 8 to 12 shows each one. But then last Sunday night the last two shows aired. This third season composed of 9 shows, one aired weekly, then suddenly the Showtime network announces that the last shows will air back to back in one night. I found it odd they'd take such action, but oh well..
Episode 8 was a seamless flaw and narration and action that would naturally come from the actions seen in the previous 7th show. But then episode 9 goes on and wraps up everything with the death of the main character at the hands of the love of her life, (very unlike her) leaving lots of loose ends, new characters unexplored, and a main villain never caught nor defeated in any way. Jon Logan and some cast members were sort of pushed to present these last words mini videos at the Showtime YouTube channel, but I believe it was all lies. Like another fan said they're just doing nice PR to cover up and present a smiling brave face. The show did not last what it was supposed to, and did not end as it was meant to be in any way. As a fan I am extremely disappointed and sad this show was not given the chance to be completed as his author intended. As a viewer I feel very offended that Showtime cancelled my favorite show way before its time, and I won't be endorsing them in any way anymore. I think the show got the ax prematurely because of the large budget needed to recreate the 19 century England and the rest of the settings involved, as this is a period piece. Or perhaps someone at the network had a thing against John Logan and found some loop in his contract thus making him end it for good. Maybe 10 years from now we'll know the truth from him. For now everyone's trying to save face and not be angry at Showtime. But I still believe this was a network decision and not a creative one.