I just heard that Comedy Central says it's bringing back animated TV cartoon show "Futurama" back from past cancellation for 26 new half-hour episodes.(yea baby!) It started to make me think that show should have never been canceled. What other shows do you think were cut down in its prime?
Ren and Stimpy was one of my favorite cartoons when I was a kid.
Come to think of it that may be one of the reasons I am the way I am today.. Hrmm....
Both of those are great examples...I still sing the 'happy happy joy joy' song if the situation calls for it...hehe
I wish they still showed cool sci-fi - Outer Limits, Twilight Zone, and all that good stuff. You can still catch them on TV, but only on obscure channels that don't come w/ basic cable.
Thank goodness for Hulu.
That's easy. Carnivále. What a work of genius! Cut down on Season 2! I went ballistic. Still haven't gotten over it yet.
Once & Again, Life as We Know it, My So-Called Life, Felicity
I don't have any tv shows that I watch every week.
Wish these would have stayed on.
Rhoobarb & Custard.
I used to think I was on drugs when I watched that. All the fuzzy edges and wobbling.
Married With Children... I miss Al Bundy
Firefly too was cool. It was a sci-fi space western series which gathered a huge cult following and led to the release of it's big screen movie, Serenity.
Star Trek. I mean the original series. Yes I'm giving my age away, LOL. All that said, Star Trek probably wouldn't have achieved its beloved status had it gone on for too long (i.e. jumped the shark).
Jericho, Moonlight, Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicals, all were cancelled after 2 seasons, and all of them were great shows.
I'm astonished that nobody's mentioned Firefly yet! Another great show, gone too soon.
by optimus grimlock 7 years ago
last week i read what shows were being cancelled and needless to say 4 of my fav shows r on the list. Mad love, the defenders,shit my dad says and cant remember the last. the funny thing is shows with lower ratings like mike and molly or rules of engagement r still on!!!!!!!!!!
by Wayne Tully 7 years ago
Why do some TV series get cancelled when they are good?TV series that I get attached to sometimes get cancelled and it's annoying......
by Nira Perkins 5 years ago
Is there a t.v. show that you wish was never cancelled?
by Susan Keeping 7 years ago
And it's about time, those kids have been exploited enough. You just know Kate will try and sell another reality show to someone...better than having to get a real job.What are some ideas you can come up with for her to do?
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
What were your favorite TV shows that got cancelled?Mine were "Homicide," "Rock," "Frank's Place," and "Soul Food."
by Brian Loewer 7 years ago
What are some of your favorite tv shows that were cancelled too early?
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