I’m sorry Eastwick‘s getting cancelled.  The show was fizzy, and fun, and was building towards a strong and compelling vision of female friendship.  Plus, Paul Gross, the show’s devil, should never be out of work for an instant.  He’s a treasure.  Maggie Friedman, the show’s executive producer, vented to EW‘s Michael Ausiello (also a treasure) that the cancellation kills any chance of plot resolution.  I suppose it should have been obvious to me, but it did make me think about how many unintnetionally fragmented television shows there are out there.  All those story arcs that hang, suspended, in space and time.