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Goodbye Jericho: Please Nuke Cheyenne!

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March 25th, 2008

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As I write this it's 45 minutes until the series finale of Jericho will begin on the east coast. Dang the luck, I'll have to wait another three hours.  I wish I had a hookup on the east coast to someone with a Slingbox so I could watch it live.

I'm going to miss Jericho!   Commenter "Trish", even if a little snippy got it right about liking the Jericho traffic to our web site, but she didn't figure out that if Jericho gets cancelled all that traffic goes buh bye.  But I'm looking forward to the finale, and also looking forward to the unaired cliffhanger, which will hopefully be available for download somewhere very soon after tonight.

But I hope they go out with a bang, and it would be fine by me if (fictionally, mind you) they blow the last nuke up in Cheyenne.  Why?  Because according to Google Analytics, although site traffic was fairly good yesterday and today and we had visitors from 70 countries, we only had traffic from almost every state, 49 out of 50.  Guess which one sent us zero traffic?

You guessed Wyoming didn't you? You're right again. Delaware and Rhode Island were in the house, but no Wyoming.

So oh yeah, I hope the bomb explodes in tonight's finale right in the heart of Cheyenne.  But I hope Hawkins and Jake are far, far away when it happens.  I'll find out in 3 hours and 45 minutes. 

 
  • Danielle

    They do their best with what they have to work with. I doubt the budget allowed for filming on location. All shows and movies do this. Sometimes there is only so much you could do with the budget and landscape.

  • Danielle

    They do their best with what they have to work with. I doubt the budget allowed for filming on location. All shows and movies do this. Sometimes there is only so much you could do with the budget and landscape.

  • http://www.cvillepodcast.com/ Sean Tubbs

    Why not continue the same world in books, novels, comics?

    I’ll likely buy the DVD set for people when it’s complete.

  • http://www.cvillepodcast.com/ Sean Tubbs

    Why not continue the same world in books, novels, comics?

    I'll likely buy the DVD set for people when it's complete.

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Robert Seidman

    Sean, perhaps they will. And if they do that there’s certainly an opportunity to make a feature-length movie at some point down the road.

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Robert Seidman

    Sean, perhaps they will. And if they do that there's certainly an opportunity to make a feature-length movie at some point down the road.

  • Danielle

    A feature length film would be awesome. Not sure how well it would do, but I’d pay to see a big post-apocolptic civil war!

    Firefly did it with Serenity but they also didn’t pull in great numbers either so movie studios may shy away from the who ‘lets make a movie out of a failed TV show’ thing.

  • Danielle

    A feature length film would be awesome. Not sure how well it would do, but I'd pay to see a big post-apocolptic civil war!

    Firefly did it with Serenity but they also didn't pull in great numbers either so movie studios may shy away from the who 'lets make a movie out of a failed TV show' thing.

  • KIC

    All of that is under the same umbrella as being able to shop it to a different network. It’s all in CBS Paramount’s hands to do. As I understand it, apparently garnering rights to do any of that is just about as hard as shopping it.

  • KIC

    All of that is under the same umbrella as being able to shop it to a different network. It's all in CBS Paramount's hands to do. As I understand it, apparently garnering rights to do any of that is just about as hard as shopping it.

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