Topic: Might not be dead after all...

According to this source: http://www.sfx.co.uk/2011/05/14/v-no-or … on-a-time/

Meanwhile, NBC has axed The Event, but that may not be the end of the show. According to Deadline, “Talks are underway with at least one distribution partner to take over the serialised drama. The Event executive producer Steve Stark wouldn’t comment, but I hear new original programming player Netflix’s name tossed around. Word is that there has been interest from several cable and digital entities. Stark said that they are exploring the opportunities with the ‘full support’ of the studio, UMS. ‘NBC has been an amazing partner, it launched the show beautifully,’ he said. Added creator Nick Wauters: ‘We have a dedicated fan base, and we promised them we will deliver one way or another and will continue to tell our stories.’”

Read more: V, No Ordinary Family, The Event Cancelled; Once Upon A Time Greenlit - SFX http://www.sfx.co.uk/2011/05/14/v-no-or … z1MUYFE0W1


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Right, right.



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Would be good for the show. But they have to create some major cliffhangers!!


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Fingers crossed ! I had my doubts about this show as the first half of the first season really slowed down to a crawl. I don't know why that could have happened, but the second half was/is much better. Honestly this is not a bad show but I can't figure out how they would be able to right more than one season.



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Oh there are many ways for plot lines after the season one. It's just a matter of productiopn value how this could be done and written. I could imagine something like in The 4400 wink



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According to this source: http://www.tvline.com/2011/06/scoop-nbc … e-on-syfy/


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I think the event could have a chance.
They only needed to exchange the actors and also the story but other than that I say give it a shot.