These are all shows that deserve wider attention but weren't big hits when they first aired.
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Despite being cancelled after one season in 2010, Terriers, the little show that could, has recently found itself the subject of various Internet discussions.
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My new little brother Griffin is a Welsh Terrier. I figured my father's obsession with the dog would pass in time, but when I went home for the holidays recently, it was a Griffin Christmas.
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T his list is biased. Completely biased. It's all my favorite TV shows of 2010
Terriers, which lasted exactly one season on FX, was the best network series to debut this fall, and I and its apparently not large audience will miss and mourn it.
Looking back over the last eleven months it is clear that FX deserves recognition as the network of the year.
We might be just a few days into December but I've been thinking about this year's Pop Culture Christmas List.
As I recovered, I was captivated by the power of Bijou's mere presence as she let me massage her pointy skull and plush ears, and of her absolute insistence on living in the moment -- even as she coped with her own medical woes.
Last fall, I was excited for a line-up of new shows to add to my old favorites, and this season I only have one that made the cut. So what happened?
Following up my recent appearance on The Chronic Rift's Fall Movie Preview show(s -- it was actually broken into two episodes), I make my debut as the...
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