"The real question is:Would you want it to?There were supposed to be movies that finished the plot.I would like those to be made, but if they continued the series, What if it sucks?Do you really want that to happen?"
"I agree - it would be great to explore more of that world through someone else's POV. Like Star Wars and Trek, to expand on that world and turn it into something much bigger. It worked with those two, and we all want it to come back too."
"Well, during the tenth year anniversary panel at Comic-con everyone agreed that they would do it if it did come back and Joss said maybe. I think that's as much of an answer as we'll get.
Let's look at the list of shows that died…"
"I think they'll bring it back as a show that happened sometime between Serenity and the show proper then put in a gap for the movie through theatrical rerelease and then start the show again. Hopefully Netflix will but the rights to it like…"
"I do agree. There are parts of the Bible that you have to take with a grain of salt. In fact, I think you have to take EVERY verse in the Bible with a grain of salt, and I see your point. There are verses in Leviticus that say homosexuals must be…"
"I find it really hard to step back and look at the movies as movies because I can't help but compare them to the books (which, would be an entirely different topic as far as what jives with the books and what is so far off). If I were to…"
"Okay, here we go:
1. I am not actually catholic so this one I cannot answer, but I have gone to a Catholic school all my life pretty much, so I am "uniquely qualified" to coin a phrase to both answer your questions and understand where…"
"Oh don't get me wrong, Serenity is great. But there's only so much they could do while trying to truncate an entire season or more of TV into a 2 hour movie. And unfortunately I think the story suffers a bit for it, but it's…"
"They aren't technically "new" episodes, and they definitely don't finish off the series (For that, such as it is, you have to go to Serenity). Those 2 episodes were just episodes that were never aired on TV during…"