After a run-in with a psychic, single woman Bella Bloom (Elizabeth Reaser) is told that she has already met her soul mate. What’s more, if she doesn’t reunite with him within one year, she’ll be doomed to spend the rest of her life alone.
With a premise like that, a TV show like The Ex List could go on for years and years. Unfortunately, not enough viewers tuned in watch the CBS series on Friday nights. Could the drama have performed better in another timeslot? We’ll never know because the network cancelled Ex List after just four episodes.
CBS initially ordered 13 episodes of the series and production was shut down during filming of episode 11. The network hasn’t said if they have any plans to bring back Ex List at a future date but it seems extremely unlikely considering the show has been deleted from the CBS website.
Are you one of the five million who tuned in each week? Would you like to see the series picked up by another network like Lifetime? Or, how about at least finishing all 13 episodes and releasing the show on DVD?
To: CBS and 20th Century Fox Television
We, the undersigned, have greatly enjoyed the new CBS TV show, The Ex List. We are dismayed that the series has been removed from the primetime schedule. We ask that you reconsider and put it back on the air in a new timeslot.
If that is not possible, we ask that you find a new network for the series or, at the very least, to finish the series properly and release it on DVD. There are over five million viewers who deserve to see the storyline conclude.
Thank you for your consideration.
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