I figure more viewers would help so here I am.
Show is Jericho on CBS. It was canceled before, twice I think. Back now for Season 2. As of yesterday night, 4 episodes in season 2.
Numbers, admittedly unofficial, have viewership or ratings or whatever it is benchmarked by as about even with when it was canceled before so it is on par to be canceled again. Already this season has been cut to 7 episodes (3 more until Season is over...), so I am assuming there are 3 episode/weeks to save it.
On Tuesday nights on CBS at 10 Eastern for an hour - I've heard is clashes with some other big show on another network. Reruns of season 1 on SciFi - no clue when. All of season 1 is available online on CBS, but CBS updated it all and it comes out lower quality (probably to cope with bandwidth) so use AOL Video link below. For some reason that still has the quality of the pre "upgraded" CBS online viewing thingey.
Premise is the town of Jericho, Kansas (fictional) after a post apocalyptic nuclear event(s) in the United States. Full of suspense, those annoying "mini" cliff hangers at the end of episodes and what not. I equate maybe to Lost with a lot less flashbacks, less science/science fiction, more politics, more "realism", good characters, decent acting, just as many mysteries and good cast. I do believe there is an online/viral component, but I am not crazy enough to search.
First episode of series starts slow, but it gets better.
I would say go out and buy the DVDs, but I don't plan on doing it so, eh..