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Author Topic: Halcyon TV series canceled after one season...  (Read 50 times)


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Re: Halcyon TV series canceled after one season...
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2017, 04:39:43 PM »
I haven't stated that yet.  Anyone else watching it all?

Funny how it started out like "The Grand".  Steve MackIntoch was in this one.  Stephen Moyers was in the other one.  They are so much alike.


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  • post Beauty and the Beast still Belle of the box-office ball, while CHiPs lacks sauce - 27 March
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  • post Netflix poses no mortal threat to cinemas | Letter from UK Cinema Association - 27 March
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  • post Justice League: first full trailer released online - 25 March
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