There are so many ways to come at the story of HBO's racing drama, "Luck," being cancelled. It has been billed as an issue of humane treatment of the horses, three of which have died during filming. But there may be more to it than that. This is Andrew Cohen's take in The Atlantic, and it's one of the best pieces I've read on the topic (and I have read a lot of them.) His best quote, about what HBO officials must have been thinking: "No Luck, they reckoned, is better than bad luck." Here's his post.