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Networks Cancel ‘Legend Of The Seeker’ TV Show

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Networks cancel ‘Legend Of The Seeker’ TV show. According to “Entertainment Weekly,” The cult fantasy show “Legend Of The Seeker,” which I personally liked, has been officially canceled by the networks. They say multiple sources of theirs have confirmed that the show has been axed. The future of the show had been very bleak since last March because many of Tribune Station Group’s markets decided to drop the show from their lineup.

The series was developed by Terry Goodkind’s fantasy novels by Hercules/Xena producers,which are Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert. ABC studios produced the show,and kept trying to sell it,but nobody wanted to buy it. So,unfortunately, business has once again ruined the future of another great show.

At first, I was thinking maybe it was too expensive to produce,given all of its special effects scenes. I know Xena got canceled for that very reason back in 2001. But, oh well after just two seasons, “Legend Of The Seeker” is officially over. Damn. You can read the story at “Entertainment Weekly” by Clicking Here.

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3 Responses to “Networks Cancel ‘Legend Of The Seeker’ TV Show”

  1. Zach says:

    I’m pretty sure it hasn’t been “Officially” cancelled. It’s just speculation.

  2. You can’t be serious. There is NO official announcement in Ausiello’s article from last week. It’s just one more rumor heaped upon the rumor mill. ABC employees have repeatedly refused to say that the show is cancelled, where do you justify saying it’s “official”?

  3. Clued In says:

    actually, xena wasn’t canceled because of costs. it was canceled because Tribune (the same culprit who’s bringing on the demise of LotS) wasn’t going to pick it up and was looking towards producing their own shows (e.g., Mutant X). You might want to “fact check” before you go off and post something. Also, LotS hasn’t been officially canceled yet.

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