With all these series finales you would think that all I’m going to talk about here are TV shows. That is not the case. It’s just that all my favorite shows are ending. Tonight, 24 took the stage to give the last 2 hours of an era.
At first, I was sad to hear that 24 was cancelled, but it seems that it turned out for the best. The show immediately got better. The writers did an excellent job of closing out Jack’s story and TOTALLY set up the trilogy that will (supposedly) follow.
24 had it’s highs and lows like another show. It had everything from the ridiculous 10 minute drives across Los Angeles to the painfully predictable scenarios. Yet, 24 still intrigued me. There was a constant war between right and wrong, good and evil; not between two separate parties, but amid one individual and a situation. How far is too far?
24 had a great run, but all good things must come to an end. I hope they make a movie out of the show. There is definitely more story to be told.
The perfect ending to an amazing show. The likes of which we’ve never seen. LOST is now over and I was happy to see how the show tied everything together. Simply Amazing. I couldn’t have asked for more.
There was an enormous amount of hype surrounding the ending. I was afraid for a bit that the ending wasn’t going to meet my expectations. I was wrong. The writers of the show surpassed my expectations and brought us an ending that was perfect for the show.
If they ever do a spin off, I’d like to see the Hurley/Ben years on the island after the events of the finale. It doesn’t have to be in TV format. Could be a movie, a book, or comic. A comic series would be awesome. What do you think?
That’s all folks!
We laughed, we cried, we scratched our heads in confusion. The show is over and I’m still taking it in. The more I think about the finale the more I realize how perfect it was. Now it’s time to let go and move on; the end is only the beginning.
I can’t believe my favorite show is coming to an end. Definitely a bitter sweet moment. I’m so excited to see how it all turns out. I remember thinking during season 1 about who Adam and Eve were in the caves. Six seasons later, I find out. I’m sure the finale won’t disappoint.
I wonder if the writers were trying to tell us something is last weeks episode with “The answers lead to more questions”. They seem to have answered TONS stuff already, but there are still some open issues. For instance, where the hell Vincent? And why didn’t Michael yell, “WAAAALT!” the last time we saw him? That HIS line damnit!
The show is really over and I have no idea what I’m going to do after it’s all done. The obvious answer is to watch the show from the beginning to end over and over again. I guess every book has an ending…