Its sad that it was cancelled but hopefully, it'll be given chances a second chance after some of these new shows are being aired and are just sad and not be given chances.
It seems as though the good shows are being cancelled and the bomb shows are continuing.
Its the same policies, the same over arching organization, just funded better.
That being said the one thing I did find true in those reviews is if you are not looking for a science fiction show the A.
This Spurs Gideon to outfit the police precinct with state of the art weapons and vehicles. The drone Gideon demonstrates at the beginning of the episode has the code name "TK421".
See more » After learning this series was cancelled, I was highly disappointed.
Socrates suggests that they look for justice in a city rather than in an individual man.
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