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Mockingbird Lane, Movie made for TV, 2012 IMDB

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antp BE

2013-01-03 18:33


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IMDB lists it as a TV-movie, but it is actually a TV-series that won't go further than the pilot episode.

background BMW E46 + a school bus that is not really identifiable I guess:
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2013-01-03 18:53


How about TV movie if it's over a hour or Short Movie if it's under an hour? That's what decided here: /movie_138972-K-9-and-Company.html (because we still don't have a category that completely fits it)

Pokeoddsponge US

2013-01-03 19:21


School bus has a Carpenter body

taco US

2013-01-04 00:22


^I agree with G-MANN. A TV series is a series--more than one episode. A TV pilot that never got picked up is essentially a 60-minute or 30-minute TV movie.

jettalover US

2013-01-04 02:40


I agree with taco.

antp BE

2013-01-04 12:32


I still prefer to list canceled series as series rather than TV movies, but if all agree otherwise I won't fight :p

What about series canceled after the second episode rather than after the first one? :D /movie_1591490-Lone-Star.html

taco US

2013-01-04 12:47


To me, a series cancelled after the second episode is still a TV series---a really, really short series, but a series nonetheless.

antp BE

2013-01-04 16:20


That's what IMDB seems to do...
But series up to 6 episodes are usually called "mini-series". So why does a series stopped after 1 episode become a movie, but if stopped after 2 episodes it stays series rather than becoming mini-series? :D (though that other series actually have more than two episodes produced, I think - they simply weren't broadcasted).

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