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1996-05-14 00:00:00 - Re: NOWHERE MAN CANCELLED - (bcadle@helium.gas.uug.arizona.edu)


In article <3197ea63.0@news3.paonline.com>, Mark Vadnais <bear@the-spa.com> wrote: >Even though I unsubscribed MONTHS ago (and had to do it again >*today*), this came to me via the Nowhere Man mailing list from the >name at the top: > >From: Sandra Jones <sandra.jones@aquila.com> > >It's official, I'm sorry to say. Sally on CompuServe heard from Larry, >who is in Europe. LH got a call from Michael Sullivan telling him that >Nowhere Man has officially been cancelled. > >The only silver lining in all of this is that Larry has promised to >"tell all" when he gets back sometime in June. I know the newsgroup >and CompuServe will be flooded with questions for him. I'm going to >ask if I can pre-submit my list of about 200 questions. :-) > >I wish we could have done something more, but we might have to look at >this as a blessing in that we probably wouldn't have seen any kind of >stories resembling what we've seen this year. The rumor was that is >would be a "revenge" season. I'd rather find out Larry's ideas and >then write my own story of how I'd like Thomas to end up. > >Hope this gets through to the list. I seem to have been suffering from > >some of Tom's problems with erasure -- along with many others who >have written me with similar problems. > >Hugs to all. > >Sandra > > >Visit The _Unofficial Bruce Greenwood Homepage_ > >http://www.aquila.com/sandra.jones/bgpage.htm > > > >...and so it goes. > > > > Well, That explains why the most recent epsiodes have been giving away, the answers to Tom's Dilemma. Perhaps if it was renewed we wouldn't be seeing such a rush to answer all the questions. Still though I think the show was rather unique, and I have to admit that , at least in my book, UPN scored high with the one. In many ways I found it more invigorating than "The Prisoner". -Brad

1996-05-14 00:00:00 - NOWHERE MAN CANCELLED - (bear@the-spa.com)


Even though I unsubscribed MONTHS ago (and had to do it again *today*), this came to me via the Nowhere Man mailing list from the name at the top: From: Sandra Jones <sandra.jones@aquila.com> It's official, I'm sorry to say. Sally on CompuServe heard from Larry, who is in Europe. LH got a call from Michael Sullivan telling him that Nowhere Man has officially been cancelled. The only silver lining in all of this is that Larry has promised to "tell all" when he gets back sometime in June. I know the newsgroup and CompuServe will be flooded with questions for him. I'm going to ask if I can pre-submit my list of about 200 questions. :-) I wish we could have done something more, but we might have to look at this as a blessing in that we probably wouldn't have seen any kind of stories resembling what we've seen this year. The rumor was that is would be a "revenge" season. I'd rather find out Larry's ideas and then write my own story of how I'd like Thomas to end up. Hope this gets through to the list. I seem to have been suffering from some of Tom's problems with erasure -- along with many others who have written me with similar problems. Hugs to all. Sandra Visit The _Unofficial Bruce Greenwood Homepage_ http://www.aquila.com/sandra.jones/bgpage.htm ...and so it goes.

1996-05-14 00:00:00 - Re: NOWHERE MAN CANCELLED - (alantuck@usa.pipeline.com)


On May 14, 1996 05:01:47 in article <NOWHERE MAN CANCELLED>, 'bear@the-spa.com (Mark Vadnais)' wrote: >Even though I unsubscribed MONTHS ago (and had to do it again >*today*), this came to me via the Nowhere Man mailing list from the >name at the top: > >From: Sandra Jones <sandra.jones@aquila.com> > >It's official, I'm sorry to say. Sally on CompuServe heard from Larry, >who is in Europe. LH got a call from Michael Sullivan telling him that >Nowhere Man has officially been cancelled. > >The only silver lining in all of this is that Larry has promised to >"tell all" when he gets back sometime in June. I know the newsgroup >and CompuServe will be flooded with questions for him. I'm going to >ask if I can pre-submit my list of about 200 questions. :-) > >I wish we could have done something more, but we might have to look at >this as a blessing in that we probably wouldn't have seen any kind of >stories resembling what we've seen this year. The rumor was that is >would be a "revenge" season. I'd rather find out Larry's ideas and >then write my own story of how I'd like Thomas to end up. > >Hope this gets through to the list. I seem to have been suffering from > >some of Tom's problems with erasure -- along with many others who >have written me with similar problems. > >Hugs to all. > >Sandra What IS the deal with the mailing list? I too have been having problems. I had to get this information from the newsgroup. What's the deal? Has anybody else been experiencing difficulties? -Alan Tucker-

1996-05-15 00:00:00 - Re: NOWHERE MAN CANCELLED - ("Jason/Paula (see sig)" <bngladsh@prairie.lakes.com>)


Last Wednesday or so, the majordomo for the mailing list truncated the list to about 25 names. It was working fine for a few days, but almost everyone was unsubscribed. Monday, Brian rebuilt the list, probably from an old list, which means your name wasn't on it. He also installed a new majordomo. The list *is* up. I've gotten your last couple of posts. But there may be a change in the list soon. Last I heard, it was going to shut down 5-15. Jason

1996-05-15 00:00:00 - Re: Larry Hertzog-Please Read - (hdnagenda3@aol.com)


Lisa W. wrote: >NWM was the only good thing about Mondays. As a >devout trekker, I'll probably burn for saying this, but I'd rather >them cancel Voyager than NWM. NWM is hands down the better show. Funny you should say that Lisa... I'm a devout trekker from waaaay back but even *I* suggested to UPN in one of my letters that it's Voyager that should go before NWM. I suggested they re-run NWM this summer in a time slot that's *not* "under Voyager's dead body so to speak..." to see what's it's real potential is. It might have been an advantage when it started, but I think NWM suffocated after trailing Voyager later on. Teegan P. ) ) ( ( ) _____________ ) _____________| ...just give us the negatives, Tom.

1996-05-15 00:00:00 - Re: Larry Hertzog-Please Read - (CWZY26B@prodigy.com)


I agree, rerunning Nowhere Man this summer would definately show its potential AGAIN. Keep those letters going to UPN.

1996-05-17 00:00:00 - Re: Larry Hertzog-Please Read - (oliverz007@aol.com)


I'd agree too. Well Voyager does get way better ratings than any other WB or UPN show, but I think they did have some reservations about keeping it since one episode costs close to 1.5 million dollars or so I've heard. But while Voyager is well scripted, acted, etc. the episodes always seem so lame after watching an episode of Nowhere Man. Most of you will be dissapointed after seeing UPN's new fall schedule, quite simply it is bad. Only one new drama, which is an "Outbreak" style series and a theme like that will obviously get boring after the 4th to 6th episode. ST: Voyager now shows Wed. 9pm. You know Fox does need a really good, high quality show in it's 8pm timeslot just before the X-Files. Nowhere Man would fit quite well.... OliverZ007@aol.com

1996-05-30 00:00:00 - Re: NOWHERE MAN CANCELLED - (gupta@mrspock.mt.att.com)


A sad day for UPN when it cancelled Nowhere Man. Well, looking at the bright side, that's one fewer show to follow :-) Now I'll have TV on only one hour a week. -arun gupta