Cleo: The new TV season is starting this week and I can't wait. I've been watching reruns all summer and I'm ready for the premiers of my favorite shows.
克利奥：新一季电视剧从这个星期开始播，我都等不及了 。整个暑假我都在观看重播 。我已经准备好观看这部我最爱看的电视剧的首映 。
Victor: You watch Madwomen, right?
Cleo: Yes, it's my favorite show.
Victor: Then I've got some bad news for you. It's been cancelled.
维克多：那么我有件坏消息要告诉你 。它被取消了 。
Cleo: How is that possible? The show was on hiatus last season because of contract negotiations, but I heard that it had been renewed for another season. The season finale was a cliffhanger!
Victor: I know, but something must have gone wrong. They filmed two episodes, which they'll air, but then there'll be a mid-season replacement.
维克多：我知道，但是肯定有什么事情不对劲 。他们拍摄了两季，这两季都会播出，然而中间却被其它节目取代 。
Cleo: This is outrageous! I've been waiting nearly two years for its return. Oh well, at least I can watch my other favorite show tonight, Reviver.
克利奥：真是骇人听闻！我等这部电视剧的回归有两年了 。哎，不过，我至少还能观看另一部我喜欢的电视，《复活者》 。
Victor: Sorry, but it's been preempted. The President is giving a televised speech tonight.
维克多：很抱歉，它也被占线了 。总统今晚要在电视机前演讲 。
Cleo: Are you kidding me?!
Victor: Nope, sorry.
Cleo: The world is conspiring against me. I've had enough. I'm giving up TV watching!
克利奥：全世界都在跟我作对 。我受够了 。我再也不看电视了！
Victor: You? That I've got to see!
Idioms: conspire against sth
Definition:If events or conditions conspire against something or conspire to do something, they combine in such a way that they spoil your plans; to join with someone in a plot against someone or something else.
1. The CEO conspired with the board of directors against the stockholders.
2. I'd planned a romantic evening together, but circumstances conspired against it—friends arrived unexpectedly and then Dave was called out to an emergency.
Which kind of literary works is more cliffhanger?
A. romantic novel
B. detective fiction
C. fairy tales