We remember when we broke up, the first time.
But we were totally not saying that we'd had enough. In fact, we were saying "Whyyyy would you leave ussss?!" We were crying, throwing a fit, pounding our fists on the floor. It was ugly. And then, we moved on. We found new loves, made new F.R.I.E.N.D.S. We survived, and yet we will always pine those we have loved and lost, and we will always, always beg for a movie.
If you didn't quite catch our overly dramatic drift yet, we're talking about TV (duh). We're talking about those shows that ended before we gave them permission to do so, before we were emotionally ready to say goodbye to them.
Remember that time Veronica Mars came back as a movie? And that time Arrested Development came back for a fourth season, seven years after the end of the third? Remember how The Comeback is getting a comeback, nine years later? We felt like the sun was shining, birds were chirping, and all of our dreams were coming true.
Some dreams, however, aren't meant to come true. Some shows aren't meant to return to us. And some just really shouldn't, no matter how much we want them to.
Some creators and stars have said, over and over again, that their beloved show is just not coming back. It's not getting a movie, or another season. It's just over. Some of us have a hard time accepting that. So for those of us still in serious denial, we've put together a list of oft-discussed shows that we know for sure are never, ever getting back together.