90s

90s Sitcoms That Were Cancelled Before You Even Knew They Existed

The 90s brought us some of the most iconic television shows of all-time: Friends, Seinfeld, ER, The West Wing, just to name a few. But what about those shows that barely got off the ground and were cancelled before we really got a chance to enjoy them? Sitcoms were always at risk to being cancelled because there were just so many of them going all the time, and audiences could be finicky as to what they liked.These eight 90s sitcoms were cancelled before we really got a chance to decide if they were worth watching long term. 1. If

TV

'The Jerry Springer Show' Is Ending, But We'll Never Forget These Iconic Moments

After over 4,000 episodes, 27 seasons, and countless fights, The Jerry Springer Show is ending. That's right, never again will we hear the crowd yell, "JERRY, JERRY" as a bunch of people throw chairs at each other on stage. The thing is, because the show has been on so long, we all tended to take it for granted. We just assume that we can turn the TV on at any time and watch some ridiculous fight about some topic that we didn't know was an issue. But there are a lot of things we will miss about the show.

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Roseanne Barr Speaks Out, Gets Emotional In First Interview Since Being Fired

A month ago, Roseanne Barr made a comment that ended up costing her everything, and now she is speaking out on how she is handling the changes that have been made to her creation. Barr's tweet upset millions of people, including the executives at ABC, who decided to pull Roseanne from their fall schedule. They weren't willing to continue to support Barr or excuse her behavior, so canceling the show was their only option at the time. However, this meant that hundreds of crew members and fellow castmates lost their jobs. In order to get those jobs back, ABC began

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'Roseanne' Reboot Cancelled Over Star's Offensive Tweet

The reboot of Roseanne has officially been cancelled by ABC. That's right, the show that people had been completely losing their minds over and watching in record numbers has been cancelled in a shocking decision because of the star's personal statements. On May 29th, Roseanne Barr made a racist comment on Twitter about former President Obama's adviser Valerie Jarrett and even though her controversial tweets are notorious by now, this was the final straw. ABCShe has since deleted the tweet and released an apology, claiming it was a "bad joke" but ABC, the network where her reboot was airing was

80s

The Truth Behind The Scandal That Led To 'The Wonder Years' Cancellation

We all remember the coming-of-age drama that highlighted the issues that a middle class family faced in the early 90s. It followed a young Kevin Arnold, played by Fred Savage, growing up in the suburbs, and won a ton of awards for it's relatable plot and new forms of storytelling. However, the show was cut short after the 6th season, and no one was quite sure why the hit series was cancelled so soon. Now, it's been revealed that the show met its end after a crew member accused then-16-year-old Fred Savage of constant sexual harassment. Daily Mail / Hollywood ReporterThe

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8 TV Shows That Were Cancelled Way Too Soon

It can be disheartening to get too involved with your favorite TV shows. The television landscape changes so frequently and suddenly that you can find yourself depressed that your favorite show wont be coming back for another season. These cancellations can happen in the blink of an eye, and it can hit people quite hard. Here are 8 shows that I feel were cancelled before their time was truly up.1. Futurama Futurama first landed on televisions across America in 1999. After four seasons it was cancelled, but was later brought back for an additional season. It has been cancelled