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The Best Cancelled TV Shows Cable Series of the 80s

Updated on May 21, 2015

The Best Cancelled 80s Tv Shows


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Cancelled cable series of the 80s

We have all had favorite tv shows we remember watching in the 1980s. But, as you may or may not remember the 80s were full of many cable series that tried their best to be our favorite 80s tv shows. Many fell short of their desired effects, but some caught our attention and hearts more than others. Fortunately, many of the popular cancelled tv shows of the 80s have been kept in the records of the internet, and many old 80s episodes are available to watch online through sites such as Youtube or Hulu. The problems with finding cancelled 80s cable series online are that they are no longer the large money makers such as current cable series shows are today. This means that the older cancelled 80s shows are now going to be more difficult to find online than most current cable series shows are. With this list of popular 1980s sitcoms, tv shows, and cable series we can all find our old favorite 1980s tv shows that brought us years of entertainment and joy.

Most titles below of 80s tv shows will have legal links to view either some episodes or all episodes for you to watch tv shows online. Websites such as youtube and Hulu tend to cycle episodes of certain shows throughout the calendar year. This allows us to be able to watch 80s shows online fairly easily! Although many old 80s episodes are available to watch online not all 80s shows are online. For these harder to find 80s tv shows your best bet to have these classics in your hands again is to purchase the season dvd series sets online on sites such as eBay or Amazon. For now, sit back and enjoy the list!

Cancelled 80s tv shows Cheers Cast

1. 80s cable series Cheers

Cheers was a favorite cable series tv show of the 80s cancelled after 11 seasons on air. The popular 80s tv show Cheers included an all star cast of many memorable characters including Sam Malone, Carla Trtelli, Norm Peterson, Frasier Crane, Woody Boyd, and more. The famous names on this 80s tv show are some very well known actors, many of which went on to have their own sitcoms and shows in the 90s and beyond. Names such as Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, Kesley Grammer, and Kirstie Alley really solidified the foothold Cheers had on many households in the 1980s.

Cancelled 80s TV Show The Cosby Show Cast


2. 80s cable series The Cosby Show

The Cosby Show was a popular 80s cable series on tv from 1984-1992 on NBC. The show starred Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Tempestt Bledsoe, to name a few. The Cosby show was a memorable 80s tv show which brought together households to watch the inner workings of an upper class families daily struggles and accomplishments. As far as cancelled 80s cable series go The Cosby Show was among the best of the 80s tv had to offer.

Cancelled 80s TV Show ALF


3. 80s cable series ALF

Alf was a 80s cable series tv show that starred a puppet as the main character who was named ALF. ALF was an acronym for Alien Life Form. ALF crash landed into the garage of the Tanner family in the middle class suburbs. Although the 80s show ALF only ran for about four years, the show still grabbed many people's attention in the 80s because of the appeal to aliens and the unknown. If you have not seen ALF yet you should check out the cancelled cable series ALF on HULU!

Cancelled 80s tv show The A-Team Cast


4. 80s Cable Series The A-Team

The 80s TV Show The A-Team was a cable series that has been cancelled that was on air from 1983 to 1987. The A-Team was an action packed show full of fast paced action and explosions. Starring Mr. T who was a staple of the 80s himself the A-Team was more geared towards guys that liked massive amounts of cheesy acting paired with military special forces overkill. Because the A-Team is on the run for a crime they did not commit they have to make do with what they can get their hands on to save the day. The A-Team is not for everyone but if you are ready for some loud 80s action then The A-Team is the cancelled 80s tv show you may be looking for so why not try it out and maybe you too will add The A-Team to your favorite cancelled 80s TV Shows.

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