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Submitted by shindvdz 867d ago | opinion piece

Five Things We Will Miss From G4

Paul from Denkiphile: "In just a month and a few days from now—April 22nd to be exact—the G4tv channel will forever be changed from the gaming and technology based channel gamers and techies (go figure) from all the around the world know and love. Oh wait, that already happened nine years ago when TechTV merged with G4. Regardless, G4tv offered some good viewing material for several years until it relatively recently plummeted in a downward spiral due to low viewership, which led to cut-backs, layoffs, and DirecTV dropping G4 entirely. The channel will be making a return as the Esquire Network dedicated to modern man. In this list we will talk about the final programs that dwelled on G4 during its remaining years." (Adam Sessler, G4, Industry, Kevin Pereira, Morgan Webb, Olivia Munn)

cl1983  +   867d ago
Won't miss cops or American ninja warrior.
Robochobo  +   867d ago
I honestly miss Arena and Brainiac, both were amazing, yet they were both removed...

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