We can’t put the blame on anyone else. We can only blame the system. We should be careful about the way we use our time, and in this case, it was clearly the system. The only thing I can think of to blame is the fact that the show was cancelled.
The reason people are so quick to blame a cancelled show is that the show itself was cancelled and in the end that’s a very bad thing. It was a brilliant show with a ton of potential. Instead of the show going on for years and doing great things, it had a cliffhanger ending in which we never got to see the show’s characters interact with each other in any real way. We were left with the impression that the show was cancelled, and that’s not a good thing.
There was a lot of fan anger, but I think the real problem was that the show was cancelled because of the show’s director, David S. Goyer. He was responsible for the show’s direction from the beginning, which was one of the biggest reasons why the show was cancelled. Even though the show was cancelled, the fans were more than willing to forgive and forget the cancellation.
I hope you don’t agree, but I also think that this is the exact reason why the show’s creators were so forgiving. They were going to come back for Season 2, but then the show was cancelled. So they could not do that again. And they certainly didn’t stop trying to make the show work for another season.
I’m not sure if it’s the cancellation, or the fact that there never was a season 2, but the show never got picked up. The fans always just wanted to see Colt, and there was no way to do that without a season two. Also, for some reason, the show was never canceled in a way where you can feel good about it. They decided to cancel it because they werent going to do a season 2 anymore.
It’s like when the NFL dropped the ball on the Superbowl. They should have kept the game, broadcasted it, and the fan base should have been happy. Because that’s what the fans wanted. But they went with a game they didn’t care about and that they didn’t have the time to watch.
And the thing is, we could still watch the whole thing if we wanted. It’s a shame that V Wars was canceled, but there are still some amazing videos on YouTube about it. But there is no way we could have watched the whole season if we wanted. And the only reason I know of is that there is a season 2 already, and I have no way to make any of my favorite videos of it.
V Wars seems like it’s going to be everything we could ever want out of a V Wars episode. The story is just brilliant, the acting is just so darn good, and the art is just so damn cool. So I can’t really blame the fans for wanting it to be a continuation to the story of Colt Vahn. But for whatever reason, there was a lack of time to make a show about it.
I mean, I don’t know about you, but I have all the episodes of V Wars, if only they were available to stream online. There’s no way I could stream that show online, so I’m sure I’ll be watching it all the time when I’m at home. I’m just wondering why the V Wars team didn’t just do a season 2 when they had the time.
V Wars was cancelled due to a “funding shortfall.” The team was hoping to get a little more funding, but it just wasn’t enough. The team knew they had to continue the story, but a new team was needed to work on it. It’s always a bittersweet ending to a game.