Why is this site still reporting news on Nurse Jackie, yet, there are no longer reviews for it?
@Mrs alex o'loughlin: Well apparently the writers changed the ending, so Annie and Liam didn't even get engaged - Naomi originally got back with Max and so AnnaLynne remade the ending herself rekindling with Max, because that's what she wanted to happen. Though Annie and Liam were meant to get back together, they saved it till the end.
And as for Silver and Mark, their relationship never had closure to begin with, as Mark left to go to Canada to be with his kids. Silver was too busy in his last episode focusing on herself, while Mark was in jail. So I'm assuming they split (or the writers just forgot they were together) in the end.
As for Dixon, I think the writers were pushing him closer to Silver as the season was ending, so I think in the end they were finally going to be together, but the writers didn't officially get that opportunity.
I'll definitely be tuning into this series, but the only problem I have is the marks on their skin. I'm not sure who these aliens are meant to attempt to blend into the human race with obvious triable marks all over their bodies, particularly the face.
@Mrs alex o'loughlin: I'd try and tune into The Originals, but I've never watched TVD (don't plan to start), so going on to the spin-off just doesn't seem logical.
@Mrs alex o'loughlin: All the way from beginning to the end. Only problems I had with it ending was the lack of closure for Silver and Naomi. And you're welcome!
Mrs alex o'loughlin: It's probably a good idea to separate TVD and The Originals now, as TVD will eventually end and The Originals can go on for a while longer. It got it's backdoor pilot, which means now it's either time to sink or swim. Besides, Reign obviously done pretty poor, so they're giving it the TVD success and promotion to boost it. The Originals is something that could most likely hold an audience, especially with a show like Supernatural behind it. In addition to that, these two shows together can hold Tuesday night. Wednesday night is already looking solid, while Thursday is good enough with TVD. Monday's will do mediocre, while Friday's will are 50/50 at this point seeing as TCD could succeed with ANTM.
@Mrs alex o'loughlin: Thank you! Someone who still cares! I'd so sign up for a kickstarter campaign JUST to get a TV movie to wrap up 90210! As for Star-Crossed, it (along with The 100) is being held to midseason with Nikita.
I love Nikita and I'm glad it was renewed, but the only reason is was renewed was so that The CW could get it's package deal of shows ('The Tomorrow People' and 'The Hundred') from The WB. It has nothing to do with the loyal fanbase. IF The CW was really caring for shows and "wrap ups" of series, 90210 would have gotten a short season. I sound like a bitter fan, but I enjoyed 90210 and do enjoy Nikita, so my comment is all that bias.
My only issue with this schedule is that when TCD and ANTM finishes up is where these other new shows (and Nikita) are going. I assume Nikita will move to TCD's spot and ANTM will be repeats. However, if The CW does well with all these new shows, I assume they'll extend by a back order of 9 or 10. So the the only question remaining is which shows are they expecting to fail in order to replace? I'm expecting Reign to fail, which if it does they'll put Star-Crossed with TVD or move TO behind TVD if that does well. I feel as though this entire schedule is a complete mess and they've just really screwed themselves here.
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