1) Cupid This show was quirky, it was fun, it was well-acted and well-written, and they had a terrific setup. They also were on ABC on Friday night, and I may have been the only person in the world sitting at home watching it slavishly (although when it was cancelled, it was the first time I went on a "save our show" campaign online and found there were others as devoted as I). It didn't last very long, which may be why it's not on DVD, but I sure would welcome it.
2) Briscoe County, Jr. Bruce Campbell. Western SF. What more do you need to say? Plus, it ended on a killer cliffhanger. God, I loved that show.
3) Angel Most of us know from Angel. I'll really start missing it come next year.
4) Futurama Has a shelf life just as long as "The Simpsons" and deserved as much time. Of course, I still can't wrap my mind around the fact it had five seasons. Perhaps because of the erratic scheduling, it seemed MUCH shorter.
5) The Critic Okay, it's finally on DVD, so it maybe doesn't belong here, but I wish it had gotten more than two seasons. It was probably too highbrow for, well, most people.
6) Freakazoid He made my Saturday mornings. And in connection with ol' Freaky, there was the astonishingly weird Earthworm Jim.
7) Firefly I know a lot of people didn't care for it, but I liked it. Space westerns have been favorites of mine since my "Wild Wild West" days and I think it could have been incredible. Plus, I haven't been able to get the DVD set yet.
8) Sledge Hammer! Goofy, fun, amazingly silly, and again, ended on a cliffhanger. A big one.
9) Parker Lewis Can't Lose Heavily dated, I know -- pure 80's. And a very thinly veiled "Ferris Bueller." But much better than the attempt to make "Ferris" a TV series, and dang it, it was FUN. And silly. And many other things I love in television.
10) Soap Where is the Season Two DVD? As I recall, this one ended on a cliffhanger, too, but I haven't seen the final episode, I think, since it actually aired.
Two more days until Dale. :)
(Almost forgot Alien Nation. Maybe at #9, or tied with Futurama...)