well,from the way rumours are going,they haven't yet agreed on the one episode order yet because the producers i think want to know if it's being cancelled or not first. if they don't agree,i'm rather wary it will return. but they are in fact moving it to wednesday to make way for that horribly titled new show "good christian belles". i can already imagine....trashy.
just as soon as it starts to pick up steam(story-wise and ratings-wise)the networks always seem to find a way to screw something up.
I really hope Pan Am ends up staying on the air. In the beginning I was quite skeptical of the show but I've grown to love it. A lot of people seem to think of it as a Mad Men rip off but it's not, it's totally different, just set in the same era (I mean that dreadful show The Playboy Club is the real ripoff). I thought the last two episodes were quite powerful, they really upped the game. Especially loved Laura and the sailor... I wish they could have shown the relationship more, maybe he will show up again. That would be really interesting to see a interracial couple portrayed on tv, especially during this era. Because, honestly it's something which people hardly ever talk about but it did happen and it's high time that it was shown on tv.
Also, the fact that it was moved to weds might actually be a blessing in disguise. I feel like I would watch it more during the week then on Sunday. But that's just me. But to be moved for Good Christian Belles (terrible name and a terrible idea for a tv show too) is a shame. Let's hope for good news though!
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^ I agree. I wish people would stop comparing it to Mad Men. Pan Am is an entirely different show and it's not trying to replace it or anything. I believe the time change was only in England though. I haven't heard anything pertaining to the US.