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Men Of A Certain Age Is Certainly Finished

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Whomp, whomp!

TNT has decided not to renew Ray Romano's critically acclaimed (but poorly watched) dramady, Men Of A Certain Age.

Of the decision, the network said in a statement:

“TNT has been proud to be a part of Men of a Certain Age for two seasons. While the show has featured great storytelling and impeccable performances, the audience simply hasn’t built to the point where we can continue the series. This was an extremely difficult decision for us. We wish (co-creators) Ray Romano & Mike Royce and the terrific cast and crew the very best and look forward to exploring new programming possibilities in the future.”

Ah well! Guess everyone doesn't really love Raymond!

Here's hoping an Emmy will fill the void!

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15 comments to “Men Of A Certain Age Is Certainly Finished”



  1. 1

    NEVER heard of it! THAT may be why it didn't do well — how are we supposed to watch shows we never hear about? I LOVE the case, those 3 guys are amazing and I would have tuned in for sure.

  2. sonny says – reply to this


    2

    I tried to watch it once. It was really awful and completely boring.



  3. 3

    I loved that show and so did my husband. Adult drama about adult lives - so tired of watching all the crappy reality shows when they are not reality - only scripted fights and embarrassing outbursts. Law and Order :CI , Brothers and Sisters, this show and and the soaps - all gone. Yeah - just what we need more food, talk and reality shows!!!



  4. 4

    Its a great show. It "looks" like it would be really boring, bit of you give it a chance and watch a few episodes, you find that it is really good. I am sad it is going.



  5. 5

    This was by far my favorite show. If TNT had properly promoted it, I believe it would still be on the air.



  6. 6

    Agreed……great show, poorly promoted. Wish TNT would have given the show time to catch on more which I thought happened with season 2. Too bad:(



  7. 7

    the "audience didn't build" because TNT moved the time slot weekly and Women of a Certain Age can't stay awake past 8:00pm.



  8. 8

    I really liked this show. The acting and story lines were captivating. I could empathize with the characters, especially when they faced life's daily big and small humiliations. I wish it had been promoted better, or was on a more visible station.



  9. 9

    I LOVED THAT SHOW. That's sad it was a good, smart and always good.



  10. 10

    I LOVED that show!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You have to get into it to enjoy it, but once you know the characters, it was fun! This show should have been on a major network, as so many people have never seen nor heard of it. Hopefully, Ray will do another series soon.



  11. 11

    I liked this show a lot. Sorry to see it end. I don't think I ever once caught it at the original time it showed. Always caught the rerun.



  12. 12

    WHAT!!!!! This is by far one of the best shows on TV. I am totally bummed out now. I think if it would've been on a different network it would be going strong. I hope they reconsider. I loved "Joe" because he was a normal person with real issues. But I guess people would rather watch crap like Jersey Shore and stuff that is as shallow as my bird bath. :(



  13. 13

    This was one of those shows that I always wanted to watch, but for some reason I never did. I don't know, I guess that I just didn't see it on while channel-surfing. But anyways, one good thing about TNT is that they are known for recycling their old actors, kind of like the Disney Channel does. You know, let's say a prominent c-list actor was going to be on one of the network's shows, but it ended up getting cancelled after one season. What they do is take that actor and just place him in a whole pilot. One recent example of that would be Mark Paul-Gosselaar (Zack Morris from "Saved By The Bell"). He started out a few years ago on a TNT show called "Raising The Bar" that only lasted 1 or 2 seasons. But then, they put him on an episode of their popular show "Rizzoli and Isles", and now he's a lead character on their new series, "Franklin and Bash." You see?? Recycling at its finest! Let's hope that they'll do the same with Ray Romano.



  14. 14

    bugger. one of the best shows on.



  15. 15

    Im disappointed in TNT. It was a well written, adult show. I can see ABC/NBC/CBS shying away from anything of genuine quality, since their primary goal is a quick buck, but I had better hopes for TNT.