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Review by BuddyBoy600alt posted over a year ago
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I miss those old days when NBC had good shows for Saturday Mornings. Here some of my favorites:

* Disney's Raw Toonage - Raw Toonage was a Disney animated series. It was basically a variety show with a random Disney character as a host. And it features three shorts: Bonkers, Totally Tasteless Video, and my personal favorite, Marsupilami. Marsupilami is a yellow, spotted, long-tail marsupial who lives in a jungle with his gorilla friend: Maurice. And I love Marsupilami more than Bonkers. Both Bonkers and Marsupilami were spun-off.

* Camp Candy - An animated series starring the late John Candy as an animated camp counselor who resembles after John Candy.

* Super Mario Bros. Series - Starring the late Captain Lou Albano as Mario Mario, and Danny Wells as Luigi Mario. Based on a popular video game franchised by Nintendo. Season 1 was known as The Super Mario Bros. Super Show., Season 2 was known as The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, and Season 3 was known as Super Mario World.
Opinion by DarkSarcasm posted over a year ago
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A link to NBC's full 2008-09 schedule can be found HERE.

Every year when NBC's new schedule comes out, I create a long rant/bitchfest. This year is definately no exception. If you choose to read on, please keep in mind that this was written at 3 in the morning. ;)

Just when you think NBC can't possibly get any dumber, the new lineup comes out. Not only am I currently suffering, knowing that Adam Beach and Diane Neal have been given the axe from Law and Order: SVU, but this schedule makes me want to vomit. Lets take it one step at a time...

FALL 2008
Chuck: Never watched it, but I've heard it doesn't suck too bad.
Heroes: Sweet. At least they've managed to get something right.
The Philanthropist: Wow, this sounds exciting. <--sarcasm. Lots.

The Biggest Loser: Families: I can't really complain, it's one of my guilty pleasure shows, so...
Opinion by ciaran posted over a year ago
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Source: Hollywood Reporter

The journey is coming to an end for NBC's freshman series "Journeyman."

NBC had until Tuesday to give a full-season pickup to the time-travel drama starring Kevin McKidd. The network let that option lapse, practically canceling the series, which posted its lowest adults 18-49 rating (1.7 rating/8 share) on Monday without a "Heroes" lead-in. The network already tried out fellow rookie "Life" in "Journeyman"'s Monday 10 p.m. slot last week.

Despite the Hollywood writers strike, "Journeyman" was able to complete its 13-episode order.

The remaining two original segments will air as scheduled, an NBC spokeswoman said.

NBC recently handed out full-season pickups to two of its four rookie scripted series, "Life" and "Chuck."

Since the production of most scripted series has been suspended because of the strike, such orders are considered a vote of confidence to the shows and a potential renewal for next season if the additional episodes can't be produced by the end of this season.