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UPN May Want "Love Monkey"

lovemonkey.jpgWhenever a show gets cancelled, fans clamor at the possibility of it getting picked up by another network. Hell, I am still holding out hopes for "Arrested Development."

A lot of you seemed to think that "Love Monkey" got pulled before its prime. Apparently, UPN thinks so too. There weren't many details, but Ask Ausiello over at TV Guide says that there's a rumor that the show will be picked up by the tiny network.

Don't get your hopes too high though. Remember: As of fall, UPN will be no more. Whether they will be buying out episodes already made or plan to pick it up over at the CW, things look promising for the Tom Cavanagh/Jason Priestly drama.

Ausiello claims he will have more in-depth info this Friday. Stay tuned. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on February 22, 2006 9:28 PM
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i dont know if tom cavanagh slept with someones wife but if not why has this show been cancelled? after only three episodes?... Im sorry to say I watch a lot of tv, but this recent show is the one I looked forward to watching (I still have the three lonesome episodes saved on my tivo). Thinking back I dont think any of the shows that i watch religeously I have seen since the first episode. So how can you give up on something that has just barely started. This show was funny, uplifting, and had GREAT music....bring it back ...PLEASE!!!

-- Posted by: sarah at March 13, 2006 8:32 PM

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