I vowed never to trust ABC again after they so unceremoniously dumped “Daybreak” right in the middle, breaking their promises to the viewers who invested of their lives into watching that particular series.
In fact, they kept promising particular dates when the remainder of the series would be posted online. And in this particular instance, ABC BROKE those promises to their viewers not once but, as I recall, approximately EIGHT times.
Never again. I don’t even watch TV any more. Which means I won’t even tuning into Lost, which I followed through its first 3 seasons.
Journeyman, Life, and Chuck were the only shows I've been watching. Heroes got relegated to cold storage after episode 5 this season. I might watch em, or I might just delete the Tivo files.
Waiting for BSG to start up again, but since it's going to be the last season I have a feeling I'll be done with television for a while again.
Last time I took a TV hiatus it was for about five years of pretty much no television (not counting rentals), BSG brought me back.
I finished Daybreak online - the online posting was delayed due to legal issues with music rights. I assume that they had talent contracts that guaranteed full broadcast fees even when the show was pushed online. As such, the show was held up for months before going on.
Alienating drama viewers with mid-season cancellations - just another reason viewers are now only tuning in for dance and cooking competitions.