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NBC Streams "Book of Daniel"

aquinn2.jpgIf you were a fan of "The Book of Daniel," you can get a little excited. MediaPost says that NBC has decided to resurrect the series and stream unaired episodes online.

Sure, there won't be any new episodes, but the show was only supposed to last for seven episodes anyway. This is also a very exciting opportunity for fans of cancelled shows everywhere. Don't expect production companies, actors and networks to put additional resources into Web-only airings, but it would be nice to at least be able to check out remaining episodes that are just sitting on a shelf somewhere.

After all, ABC put so much into "Emily's Reasons Why Not" -- why not air the remaining episodes on the Web?

The unaired episodes of "The Book of Daniel" will be available on for the next three weeks. This past Friday's unaired episode is available for free; no word if the network plans to charge to watch the rest of the lot. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on January 31, 2006 3:43 PM
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Given all the crummy TV out there, I was pleased to see the arrival of a new and creative show, The Book of Daniel, with interesting characters and wonderful acting. It was a show my husband and I could enjoy together (even though he was a little skeptical about "Jesus"). How disappointing that it was booted off the air without the viewers given a chance to decide. Too bad. ~

-- Posted by: Mary Ann Fuchs at February 8, 2006 12:55 PM

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