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Aurelio Zen

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    Posted by Pontefractious (U14668139) on Wednesday, 6th March 2013

    An engaging, intelligent, well-acted series with a dash of humor. Such a rare mix these days. And yet - after barely a taste this treat is whipped away from us. In my opinion the explanation that there is too much "that stuff" on television already does not begin to hold water. The vast majority of that stuff doesn't come close to delivering what Zen promised. I've been waiting for someone else to pick up the show, but in vain. Please, Auntie Beeb, re-think this one and make the money available to allow Zen to reach its full potential.
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    Posted by Sploink (U9993613) on Wednesday, 6th March 2013

    Welcome Pontefractious! We've all asked for more Zen, but none has been forthcoming. An excellent series, I agree. Opinion seems to be that it might have cost too much to make, though the "Official" explanation was that they had too many male detectives in various shows. Then they went on to make more shows with male detectives smiley - doh Don't ask me to explain the workings of the BBC commissioning department. It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma......

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