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Goodbye, Boss

We didn't follow Boss as much as we would have liked to around here - or at all, really - except for noting its arrival in this post a year ago. ("Kelsey Grammer as Mayor McDaley . . . )

Still, its cancellation saddens us, even if it never caught on with the viewing public at large like, say, The Sopranos or even The Shield.

Let's take a look at the second and final season, and what folks are saying about its cancellation.

First, the Season 2 trailer.


Series Finale Trailer.


Series Finale Scene - The Press.


Series Finale Scene - His Wife.


Just last month, the cast of Boss was featured in this Screen Actors Guild Foundation event. Grammer discussed the future of his character in upcoming (presumed) seasons.


But it was not to be.

"Pay cable network Starz has canceled Kelsey Grammer 's Boss because its second season clocked fewer viewers than its first," Lisa de Moraes wrote for the Washington Post.

"The second season, ended in mid October, averaged about 940,000 viewers across multiple plays for its 18 episodes."


Maybe it's because Grammer is a Republican.


Is a movie in the offing?


Winning a Golden Globe.


Best opening credits.


Comments welcome.


Posted on November 27, 2012

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