>To me, "aborted" in this case is not a correct
>term. If TNT canceled the show and then just locked away the episodes and
>aired them---that would constitute both a "canceling" and also an "aborting";
>but that didn't happen. If one finds it easier to accept the canceling by
>saying it was "aborted", then so be it.
Actually there is a distinction. Canceled usually means it was on the air,
then got canceled. TNT pulled the plug on Crusade before it ever aired, so it
metaphorically never made it to term.
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