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Old 01-31-2008, 01:42 PM
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Anyone watch it and like it? CBS called it off but they changed their minds and they're going to do Season 2 starting Feb 12th... If it's going to be a full season or just a mini-series I don't know... Just hope they finish the story if they do deside to cancel it agian...
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Old 01-31-2008, 01:50 PM
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I was originally interested in Jericho but never got around to watching it. Recently, I caught up on the entire first season on Veoh because I got that hooked on it. I'm looking forward to the new season (which right now is supposed to number at around 12 but they only have 7 done because of the writer's strike) and I'm hoping it pulls in a decent enough following to keep going.
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I liked it a lot. I wasn't able to watch all the episodes, but the idea was good. However, I'm really disliking now a days how you must watch every single episode to stay on top of what's going on. Jericho was the same way, but I did like how they had that recap sometime during season 1. That was a nice touch.
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I was originally interested in Jericho but never got around to watching it. Recently, I caught up on the entire first season on Veoh because I got that hooked on it. I'm looking forward to the new season (which right now is supposed to number at around 12 but they only have 7 done because of the writer's strike) and I'm hoping it pulls in a decent enough following to keep going.
Yeah, I was the same... I was hooked on it, and I bought all of the episodes on Xbox Live Marketplace and watched a couple of episodes after I got home from work at 11pm... Was up till like 4am everything watching them.

If anyone wants to watch the first season CBS has them on their website at:
http://www.cbs.com/primetime/jericho/recaps/
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Old 01-31-2008, 01:56 PM
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I liked it a lot. I wasn't able to watch all the episodes, but the idea was good. However, I'm really disliking now a days how you must watch every single episode to stay on top of what's going on. Jericho was the same way, but I did like how they had that recap sometime during season 1. That was a nice touch.
The show I think was doing pretty good then November it stopped airing, then a few months later they had that recap, then the numbers just fell from there...

You can watch all of the episodes at http://www.cbs.com/primetime/jericho/recaps/ if you want to catch up. :P
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I thought the second half of the season was fantastic. The first half was just good nothing great. Hawkins and Jake are the best part of the show.
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The show I think was doing pretty good then November it stopped airing, then a few months later they had that recap, then the numbers just fell from there...

You can watch all of the episodes at http://www.cbs.com/primetime/jericho/recaps/ if you want to catch up. :P
Good call on watching it online. I might have to do that if I find the time.
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I'm definitely looking forward to the return of Jericho... the previews look sweet.
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I'am so addicted ,my only complaint is that is was off the air to long =(
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Having seen the first three episodes of Season 2, I'll just say that they are fantastic. I won't blow it for anyone by giving away spoilers, but let's just say they really up the ante and eliminate a lot of the soapy stuff that was holding the show back at times during Season 1.

Clearly the producers and writers understand that they have a limited window in which to tell the story they want to tell and aren't holding anything back in Season 2.

I think even people who missed all or most of Season 1 can get into Season 2 without trouble and enjoy it. They explain everything up front and the basic outline of what's happened so far is not difficult to follow. I would highly recommend watching the Season 1 episodes online at CBS.com though as mentioned above simply for the chance to see some great drama.
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