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Un-‘Pleasant’ turns of events at Fox

Pointpleasant_2At first, we thought we were just lazy. But now we realize why we don’t bother to have appointment television: Every show we’ve made a point of tuning in to, especially if it’s on Fox, gets canceled. First it was  Action, the brilliant send-up of the movie industry starring Jay Mohr, in 1999. The latest victim of our pleasure is Point Pleasant, a drama about impending Armageddon set—where else?—in New Jersey. The show was zapped from the Thursday night schedule in late March with nary a word and replaced by Tru Calling. But don’t take our word for how disappointing this is. If it weren’t for Web message boards, we’d be feeling soooooo alone right now.

—Posted by Kathleen Sampey

Credit: Fox

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