Which TV cancellation hit you the hardest?

Do you remember a TV show you were such a fan of (Firefly, Prodigal Son, etc.), that when word came that it was cancelled far too early in its run, it affected you on a deeply personal level? On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we are diving into the well of those beloved TV cancellations that took us completely off-guard and harshly impacted us. As well as, why do we still get affected by this random cancellations where there are so many options available?

Also on this episode, we take an in-depth look at Lin-Manuel Miranda's latest screen adaptation, the hotly anticipated musical production of Miranda's In the Heights, a celebration of Hispanic culture. As well as a review of The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, upcoming releases, and a brief lesson on Movie Manners.

Discussed on this episode

  • (0:00 – 15:59) News Round-up 
  • (16:00 – 35:27) In the Heights Review and Discussion
  • (35:28 – 51:11) The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review
  • (51:12 – 1:32:26) From the Outside In: Unexpected TV Cancellations
  • (1:32:27 - 1:43:38) Upcoming Releases | Recommendations | Movie Manners: Phones in the Theater
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