Since this show will soon hit the finished status: Parks and Recreation.
I truly can't think of any other show that has actually constantly made me laugh out loud while watching it. And while the characters can be annoying at times, for the most part I find them all enjoyable and their interactions with each other are so natural even when it seems like they shouldn't be. I think NBC should have a TREAT YO'SELF moment and just let this show continue for life. Or at least a few more seasons.
Also, can Ann Perkins and Chris Traeger please come back? PLEASE?!?!
I was thinking about this the other day and realized that I'd love another couple of seasons of the original G1 Transformers.
We had a twenty year time skip between season two and the movie and the fourth season had an open ending. It's a pipe dream of mine but I would love it if somehow, the show was revived and we could see either what happened during the twenty years between 1985 and 2005 or at least see what was going on with Cybetron in 2006 and its new Golden Age. There were so many unexplored opportunities there and we'll never get to see any of that.
Teen Titans desperately needs a final season. Fuck Go!, I'm talking about the real series. Two things needed to happen: closure with Terra (Things Change, anyone?) and the season being Starfire-centric. Season 1 was Robin's, Season 3 was Cyborg's, Season 4 was Raven's, and Season 5 was Beast Boy's. Meanwhile, Season 2 had... Terra. I've actually heard Blackfire was supposed to be the main villain of Season 6, so it was inevitable.
Arguably one of the most epic American animated series, it ended on a completely random episode with no real closure whatsoever. It was obvious given the style of the show that good was destined to eventually triumph over evil, but that alone is not really a satisfying way to end such a story-driven series.
I'd like to see one final season where Jack puts into play some sort of season-spanning plan to either defeat Aku in the future or finally travel back to the past to defeat him. No matter how they end it, any sort of conclusion would be better than what the series currently has in terms of a finale, which is nothing.
I am going to have to agree with Jimmy on this one. The last episode didn't give any closure ether. The new series has nothing to do with any character development or story either and that was the main grab of the show to me.