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GMMR TV Awards: Show Most in Need of an End Date – Vote Now!

June 25, 2012 by  

It’s time to vote for the GMMR TV Awards!

Give Me My Remote readers sent in their top nominations for more than 20 different categories and now it’s time for you to choose your top pick! Most of the categories have five nominees, but due to ties, the number can vary.

Next up: “Show Most in Need of an End Date.”

Take a look at your nominees and then vote for your choice below…

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All must good things must come to an end, but which show has your vote for the show MOST in need of an end date?


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Voting ends Friday, June 29th at 5 PM PT, so have fun!

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5 Responses to “GMMR TV Awards: Show Most in Need of an End Date – Vote Now!”

  1. Donna on June 25th, 2012 2:31 pm

    What show most needs an end date? The Office. Kill it with fire

  2. SueK on June 28th, 2012 12:41 pm

    I really don’t like this category. It seems to me to be mean spirited.It the only category no one wants to win.

  3. Marisa Roffman on June 28th, 2012 4:11 pm

    @SueK: This category isn’t actually intended to be mean-spirited. Wanting an end date for a show doesn’t necessarily mean you want it to be canceled tomorrow — rather it can just mean you want everyone to know WHENEVER the end is coming, whether that’s one year, two years or seven years from now. I was thrilled when LOST had that option. I think it’s amazing GOSSIP GIRL, FRINGE and 30 ROCK are going into this season knowing this is it so they can end on their own terms. For a show like HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER (to take an example of something nominated on this list), the EPs have been very vocal about WANTING to know when the show will end so they can give the story the arc it deserves. If it was about shows we wanted to get canceled, we’d just use that word. (And I’m guessing a couple of the shows nominated wouldn’t be on the list!)

  4. ToastwithJAM on June 29th, 2012 5:37 am

    HIMYM, which I watch sporadically at best. Whenever podcasters talk about the show it’s mostly about how they don’t care about the mother or about Ted. Poor Ted. I really liked when Ted was with Robin, since that was back when I watched regularly. I hear everyone talk about Robin and Barney, but I haven’t seen many shows with them together.

  5. SueK on July 6th, 2012 2:55 pm

    @Marisa… thanks. The light bulb went off. I can see that point and there are several shows that would have had different finales if they knew, going in, it was the last season. Think Angel for one.