I read the news in the paper this morning and I'm sad to see Enterprise get killed too early in it's run. Unfortunately, the first two seasons of Enterprise were so similar in plotlines, I mean how many times could Archer get kidnapped? I think that had a lot to do with the attitude towards Enterprise in terms of network execs and the fanbase. It wasn't until the unifying story arc of season 3 that Enterprise began to really get noticed. Season 4 with its 3 episode story arcs has been moving along just nicely.
I read some interesting conjecture in regards to Enterprise in an article about the WWE. As Diddly mentioned, there has been talk about UPN cancelling WWE Smackdown, as well as Spike TV cancelling WWE RAW (really both imply that broadcast contracts would not be renewed at the end of their terms), as both stations are owned by Viacom, the writer of the article suggested moving Enterprise to Spike TV which is trying to get away from it's male-oriented programming. That would be a great idea in my mind. Let UPN cancel Enterprise, give it a few months off, then restart the series on Spike, BUT make it a few years later, closer to the formation of the Federation and I think you'll have a kickass tv series.