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3 Comments
  1. Stephanie says:

    I can’t believe after ten years the show will end so abruptly. We want to have it end well but it seems like just pulling the plug is what has happened Wow many fans will be very disappointed and deserve more.

  2. Lisa says:

    CBS, You suck big time. Do you have to have an IQ of 100 in order to what your network. Unforgettable too high browed. Did your audience not know that there are a handful of people in the world that REALLY can remember EVERYTHING. You could have gone somewhere with the concept with a beautiful woman in a position of power.Some of us with brains will be pissed about just canceling CSIMiami. I was faithful to that show for 10 years. The lighting and incredible video, music, David Caruso and intellectual plots were the reason I hated freakin Sunday football screwing up the ends of the show when I went out the evening. I actually started recording the news to make sure I didn’t miss a single minute.I’m going to cable where they produce and KEEP good programming. FU CBS! I have never written any tirad to a network but it sicken me that EVERY show that you have to think ALWAYS get canceled. The last 2 years have been especially disappointing. How about “The Good Wife”next. I won’t have any reason to watch
    CBS.

  3. Lisa says:

    And Gary Senise or however his name is spelled gives me the creeps. Since I am from Manhattan originally your show bores me with it’s negative “NYC” plots that are so predictable. NYC is not always the dark place you portray it to be but the greatest city in the world, alive and vibrant.

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