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Can someone possibly address why it was canned at the end of a reasonably successful (20% of timeslot viewers out of three hundred channels is a BIG share) first season? As a fan, I feel too POV to address the issue as it's fucking ridiculous to cancel something so popular, but it really should be addressed as it's a notable cancellation of a really popular series. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 19:39, 21 January 2011 (UTC)
We can't address that without reliable, independent sources - anything else would be original research. Although the viewing figures were ok, they were not adequate for that time slot on BBC1 - the viewing figures for that slot are normally a lot higher. Ironically, if it had been on BBC2 and got the same figures, it would probably have got a second series! Now, all we need are reliable independent sources saying that, and we'd be able to add it! -- PhantomSteve.alt/talk\[alternative account of Phantomsteve] 02:25, 16 September 2012 (UTC)