9 Comic Book TV Shows That Were Canceled Way Too Soon

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Blade: The Series (2006)

9 Comic Book TV Shows That Were Canceled Way Too Soon

Blade: The Series was by no means better than 1998’s Blade and 2002’s Blade II – but miles ahead of Blade: Trinity – yet, there was a specific charm to the show that kept fans of the infamous vampire hunter interested. One of the reasons for its success was the fact it was helmed by David S. Goyer and Geoff Johns.

Despite boasting 2.5 million viewers and being the most-watched original series premiere in Spike TV history, the show was sadly canceled after 13 episodes. It’s a shame because Sticky Fingaz did a good job as everyone’s favorite daywalker and the storyline was starting to pick up.

While another Blade film might be out of the question at this point in time, there’s a possibility of a series being explored in the near future. Hey, Wesley Snipes has indicated that he’d be interested in reprising the role, so let’s see what happens down the line.

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