What are the chances Netflix, Hulu, or some other service picks this up? It has to be a super low-budget production, right? For most episodes, it has a minimal cast (although, who knows about that moving forward because of [SPOILERS]), they are mostly just shooting in a McMansion, and there are hardly any special effects.
I don’t want to get my hopes up but I heard Hulu might be interested in picking it up.
So... while we're all here... in season 2(?), they made mention of the problem that gasoline doesn't last forever. After a couple of years it turns to goo. We even saw some of that, I think.Did they ever resolve that problem, or did the writers just decide it would be boring for them to essentially be stuck in Malibu, or wherever else?
Was anyone else watching this? As funny as the show was, I actually liked it more for its post-apocalyptic storyline. I thought it was headed into some really interesting places. Ah well.