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  1. Kim says

    I don’t know why good shows like Chase has to be taken off but yet more so-called reality shows and game shows keep airing. I HATE these reality and game shows. There aren’t enough good shows like Chase to watch anymore. Pretty soon there won’t be a reason to even have a TV.

  2. Don says

    To the big shots at NBC,I won’t miss any of your shows. I can not believe that there is not a single show on your network,that I am interested in. NBC Execs. might want to look at CBS,WPIX,FOX,TNT,SYFY,and the ever hit the nail on the head network USA. Where i basically split my viewing time between CBS and USA. WPIX has Vampire Diaries,Supernatural,Hellcats,Glee and dang the last season of Smallville. You guys think of all that money you don’t have to pay regular series stars. The Reality shows on your network really are the pits. There was a time when the big three aired 70% reality shows.Why do you think the smaller networks are doing so well? I’ll give you a hint…..they produce shows people want to see!!!

  3. Linda says

    I have been watching Chase and the series is getting better with each episode. I am definitely a fan. The characters have developed ongoing relationships that keep the audience interested in following them to the next episode. Please do not cancel this show. It has action and a female role model worth keeping on the air. Do not let all programming be composed of idiot “reality” shows which are scripted messes. Keep Chase on the air!

  4. Myrna Tonic says

    I ‘ve just seen the first Harry’s Law with Kathy Bates.
    She is one one of the best actress ever.
    America, wake up Harry’s Law is funny , ” with it”, a real modern and upbeat sitcom.
    In these days where there is so much negativity, it is refreshing to see natural interactions and caring among people who are no longer in “stereo-type mode”.
    Keep Harry’s Law on the air, please!!!!!
    It takes some American’s time to catch on.

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