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a5c7b9f00b The everyday trials and tribulations of Detroit's homicide unit.
Seven years after this fine series was prematurely buried, I can only wonder dully what possessed the network to cancel it after only one season. Was it a lack of audience, i.e., too little generation of commercial income? It certainly couldn&#39;t be that the scripts or cast weren&#39;t acceptable! The screen writing was compelling, the cast was a finely-tuned orchestra, and in spite of the small holes in some of its incidental information, everything seemed to be in place for an exciting ride for its viewing audience. Whatever happened to &quot;if at first you don&#39;t succeed ...&quot;? Why not give it one more season to see if it could draw a well deserved audience? I don&#39;t know what I was watching seven years ago, to overlook this short lived gem, so I&#39;m part of the problem. But this isn&#39;t the only potential success that was abandoned after only one season, so it seems to be a general network childishness in their attitudes of &quot;add water and stir&quot; mentality. Not every effort is an instant success, but I think a massive success was aborted by the powers at ABC. Shame on them! Having just watched this, I knew going in that I&#39;d need to resist getting attached to any of the characters, but that didn&#39;t help at all. I was attached to the entire cast of characters, so I still felt stunned to know I was approaching its final episode far too soon. I wanted more. I was invested in these people despite my effort to remain detached. Seven years postmortem, I&#39;m still glad that I watched it. I&#39;m thinking once you board this bus, you&#39;re going to stay with it, knowing it won&#39;t take you to a satisfactory destination.<br/><br/>What a loss!
Without making any comparisons under the microscope and taking into consideration of location and storyline, I will use my favorite &quot;law enforcement&quot; shows: 24 and The Shield (which have seemed to have both ran their course) as well as Southland and Detroit 1-8-7 (both I with a LONG list of seasons, with Southland already seemingly going in that direction).<br/><br/>Now there are 2 primary types of shows, the ones that are out on the beat hitting the turf and those whom tend to focus more on the inner-workings of law-enforcement. Southland tends to focus on the &quot;street&quot; element and beat cops, which in its own way makes for an extremely fantastic show. I believe that &quot;street element&quot; is what really gave the drive and made the show 24 spectacular series.<br/><br/>The second type is focused on the detective facet and most of the drama is in-house. This is where The Shield and Detroit 1-8-7 make their mark. With The Shield only running 6-7 seasons, I believe that Detroit 1-8-7 has that special &quot;OMG, I can&#39;t wait to see what append next episode&quot;, just as all the other 3 noted above had done. <br/><br/>Now with the possibility of them NOT shooting a second season of Detroit 1-8-7 looming over our heads I fear that we are going to be the victims of yet another GREAT show getting the rug pulled underneath its feet, and there wont ever be a 2nd season. The thought of such a thing (like the single season of Day Break, sours my stomach. Detroit 1-8-7 had it all, great casting, great writing/plot, great acting, and the elements of action, suspense, drama, and the realism of being filmed in Detroit, makes this a doze

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