Can you think of a show that left the air too soon?If you ask any TV buff, there are too many to count. Because new shows are popping up anywhere and everywhere, whether they be on major networks or streaming services.Unfortunately, every show with a pilot can't make the cut, so that means that good shows have to go.
All of the shows below were canceled after three seasons or less.
begins when a high school mathlete starts hanging with strange burnout crowd.
Meanwhile her younger brother is just trying to survive his freshman year.
This short-lived teen dramedy, created by Paul Feig with executive producer Judd Apatow, was given the dreaded Saturday night spot on NBC, and it only lasted for one season in 2000.
A show with talent like Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jason Segel, Linda Cardellini and Busy Phillips should NEVER have been canceled.
This show was probably ahead of its time, using the camera as more of an observer and creating a true sense of reality in ‘80s Michigan; nevertheless, losing Lindsey Weir from television was tragic.
Thankfully, you can still witness the magic of the first and only season on Netflix.
is set 500 years in the future and follows a crew on a small spacecraft attempting to make it through different parts of the galaxy.
The Joss Whedon-created sci-fi wonder only lasted for 14 episodes on Fox in 2002.
When the former Fox Entertainment President Gail Berman was asked why the show was canceled, she said that the show was expensive and the ratings just weren’t matching up.
But could it have been the decision to air the episodes out of order that really caused its cancellation? D., a place where the characters run into some serious crime.