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Tara is so Bara | Main | Theater News


November 09, 2004

6FU--Laid to rest


Fans of "Six Feet Under," HBO's drama series about a family-run funeral parlor, may soon be mourning the death of the show itself.

The cable channel confirmed last week that the upcoming fifth season of the popular series, scheduled to begin production this month, will be the last. The drama's creator and executive producer, Alan Ball, reportedly told HBO executives that he felt the show will have fulfilled its creative potential by then, making it the right time to essentially lay the story to rest.

--So sad. This was a great, quirky show.


Posted by Lawren at November 9, 2004 06:15 AM

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It's a great show, indeed. But this is the perfect jumping-off point for it. Six Feet Under has that ability to go on forever and ever because of their great storytelling device. Rather than wear out its welcome, better to get while the gettin's good.

Says: Kevin the Interloper at November 9, 2004 07:57 AM

NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

sigh..all the good HBO shows are ending! WAAAAH!

I do love SFU dearly, and the last season was pretty intense, but there were too many dream sequence type events. I kind of had a feeling they were grasping for straws & the end would be near.

Bummer though, I agree...great & quirky.

Says: PunkAssBitch at November 9, 2004 06:39 PM

Isn't 'dream sequence' the first ski to hit the Jump The Shark ramp?

Says: Kevin the Interloper at November 9, 2004 09:37 PM

I am still waiting on the season 3 DVD release!

Says: lynne at November 10, 2004 09:03 AM

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