Sigh. My heart bleeds for CBS. Honestly, I'm in a really vindictive mood towards network television since the cancellation of Moonlight and Journeyman, so I hope every new show crashes and burns for CBS and NBC. I guess networks don't realize that A. Most people aren't home on Friday nights, and if they are, they probably have kids. Didn't Friday nights used to be family oriented sitcoms, like ABC's TGIF lineup? B. People aren't willing to give new shows a chance, because odds are they'll be pulled after a few episodes. If networks don't commit, viewers won't commit. I just like the idea that Moonlight's replacement isn't doing as well. Of course, it would be just my luck that The Ex-List takes off.
How tragic for CBS.
Anyway, topic. I'll buy the Moonlight DVD's, most likely. Is there anyplace like Hulu or Fancast that has the episodes up? Personally, I'd rather watch an episode of Moonlight at the exact same time as The Ex-List. It fulfills my petty little revenge fantasy. That's provided that nothing is on at the Sci-Fi channel that I'd want to watch.