Not so much / Seth Freilich
Trade News | March 3, 2009 | Comments ()
Astronomers can stop with all the fancy space missions because there is no “Life on Mars,” at least not come April 1. That’s when the freshman ABC show will air its series finale, as word has come down that it done be canceled. The producers say that they’ve been given enough time by ABC to make a true series finale, so all your remaining questions will be answered. Word also has it that the show will not resolve in the same way as the British one so, (*BBC spoiler*), the answer to “why is Sam in 1973” won’t be “coma.”
While I’ve enjoyed the show more than I thought I would (especially Michael Imperioli’s misogynistic Ray), I don’t particularly care why Sam’s in 1973, why there are little robots critters, and whatever and all that. All l really care about is whether he’s going to tag Annie because g’damn, Gretchen Mol’s a cutie.
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