I really liked Studio 60. It makes me so mad that they (NBC in this case) would rather have game shows or idiotic reality shows instead of a SMART & funny dramedy show. It didn't get a fair chance.
I LOVED Homefront. It was cancelled in '91. They briefly showed it on one of those other networks, like Lifetime or something, but then they didn't even keep that up. :-( It was set in the 1940s, so there wasn't all the sex & violence that are on shows these days. It was sweet. :-)
Dead Like Me was on HBO, so I never saw it until it came on Sci-fi in syndication, but I think it's hilarious! I haven't seen it lately, so I hope Sci-fi brings it back.
Any Day Now was about 2 girls (one black & one white) who grew up as friends in the 50s or 60s. They showed the women as they were in present day, and then flashbacked to them as children. This is another show I didn't get into until I saw it in syndication. I think they had it on lifetime, but I haven't seen it lately.
Charmed was a big part of my Sunday Nights. Towards the end, they started repeating themselves, but it was still a good show. I was really into it when Julian McMahon was on there, LOL. Plus I can watch it in syndication on TNT. :-)
Angel is another show that had probably run it's course, but I still miss it. I loved the relationship between Angel & Spike. Again, I can watch it on TNT so it's all good. :-)
That is all. I'm too tired to get into each and every show.