I'm sure we've all experienced it at one point or another: we find a show we love, we tune in eagerly every week, and then we learn it's getting the ax, oftentimes unfairly. Luckily, that doesn't always mean the end for shows - Veronica Mars earned enough money for a movie thanks to an online campaign, Arrested Development signed a deal with Netflix for 14 episodes this May (with a possible movie in the works), and shows like Star Trek hit their stride long after their cancellation. There are always supremely dedicated fans who will bring things back around - and seeing the success of shows built for an online platform, such as Netflix, or the success of fan-organized campaigns, like the one for Veronica Mars, shows that we're living in a time of change. TV isn't the only creative medium that shows can find anymore, and it's not the be-all, end-all if something doesn't work out there. That's good news for us; higher creativity coming from a multitude of places, and new frontiers opening up for progress. It's all good. That being said, we still have the right to be a little bitter about shows being cancelled. I know I am - which ones are you mad about? This list would be remiss without including the most obvious pick here: Firefly should never have been cancelled, period. To add to that, I'd say Pushing Daisies, Freaks and Geeks, Arrested Development (which is, luckily, coming back), and Star Trek: The Original Series (yeah yeah, I know, multiple series and movies, but damn it, I wanted more of TOS).