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* ''Series/TheOdyssey'', a [[MindScrew Mind Screwy]] OntologicalMystery for kids. Not to be confused with ''Series/OdysseyFive'' (below) or {{Homer}}'s [[Literature/TheOdyssey original epic]].

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* ''Series/TheOdyssey'', a [[MindScrew Mind Screwy]] OntologicalMystery for kids. Not to be confused with ''Series/OdysseyFive'' (below) or {{Homer}}'s Creator/{{Homer}}'s [[Literature/TheOdyssey original epic]].
1st Jan '17 6:51:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/AmericanGothic''

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* ''Series/AmericanGothic''''Series/AmericanGothic1995''
15th Dec '16 9:11:01 PM Doug86
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* ''[[ItsYourMove It's Your Move]]''

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* ''[[ItsYourMove It's Your Move]]''''Series/ItsYourMove''
29th Nov '16 12:14:08 PM zealots
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* ''Comicbook/{{Aztek}}'' had a fresh hero, good crossover potential and a promising overarcing plot. Then it ran right into the 1996-97 comic book market crash and got cancelled after 10 issues. Luckily, Aztek had already been set up to join the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica, and his plot got resolved in that book.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Aztek}}'' This is the general belief of fans from both the OVA and ''Decode'' series of ''Anime/BirdyTheMighty''. The OVA series only had four parts and the ''Decode'' series two seasons and both series still had many loose ends when they ended.
* The ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' OVA series, stopped after episode 8 due to disputes between the companies producing the show.
* ''Anime/CyberCityOedo808'' was intended as
a fresh hero, good crossover demo to impress potential investors; had the investors been impressed, they would have expanded out the three one-hour episodes into a full length series... in 1993. Needless to say, the investors were not impressed.
* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' got poor ratings in its original run
and it was canceled, cutting down the amount of episodes from 52 to 39 and forcing Tomino had to quickly improvise an ending. However, due to good re-run ratings the show was re-cut (with some new animation) into 3 movies, and ''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam'' was made.
* ''Manga/AoiHana'' was supposed to get a second season, but those plans were canceled when the [=DVD=] sales for the first season turned out to be disappointing.
* ''Manga/{{Barrage}}'', canceled after 2 volumes despite
a promising overarcing plot. Then it ran right into start. It's often used by anime and manga fans as an example of the 1996-97 comic book market crash cutthroat environment of the manga business, particularly its requirement for a series to hit the ground running, that a well-liked series like ''Barrage'' could not find a general enough audience to last. All was not lost for author and illustrator Kouhei Horikoshi though, as his next attempt, ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', became the big hit of 2014 and got cancelled after 10 issues. Luckily, Aztek had already been set up to join the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica, and his plot got resolved an anime adaptation beginning in that book.2016.



* ''Manga/FutabaKunChange'': Cancelled just as it was setting up some major story arcs, leading to the creator scrambling to wrap everything up for the ending due to time constraints. We can't help wondering if the ending would have made more sense if it'd been given enough time to play out naturally.



* DC's ''Comicbook/RedCircle'' books, The Shield and The Web, had some great promise, but was cancelled after ten issues EACH!

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* DC's ''Comicbook/RedCircle'' books, The Shield and The Web, had some great promise, ''Hakaima Sadamitsu'', a little-known but ridiculously awesome {{seinen}}. Started as a manga in 1999, got an anime adaptation in 2001 that was cancelled after ''ten episodes''. TheOtherWiki says the manga is still going.
* ''Hikari no Densetsu'' is based on a best-selling manga, was produced by a highly talented staff and has had more than its share of positive reviews, yet it was a huge bomb on Japanese TV and was yanked off the air after only 19 episodes. The anime [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff was a success in Europe, though]].
* Manga/{{Kanamemo}}, which ended having a SequelHook, never got its second season simply due to surprisingly poor DVD sales.
* ''Meister'' was primed to be the hot new sports manga with dynamic characters and stimulating art. Cut from Weekly Shonen Jump two months after it debuted, forced to cobble together a sudden (and not particularly lucid) ending. Only
ten issues EACH!chapters. They didn't even get through one goddamn soccer game.
* The original ''Manga/ShamanKing'' manga was canceled RIGHT BEFORE the showdown with the BigBad. It would be {{Uncanceled}} and finished several years later.
* ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow.''



* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' got poor ratings in its original run and it was canceled, cutting down the amount of episodes from 52 to 39 and forcing Tomino had to quickly improvise an ending. However, due to good re-run ratings the show was re-cut (with some new animation) into 3 movies, and ''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam'' was made.
* The original ''Manga/ShamanKing'' manga was canceled RIGHT BEFORE the showdown with the BigBad. It would be {{Uncanceled}} and finished several years later.
* ''ComicBook/{{Nyx}}''
* ''Manga/{{Meister}}''. Primed to be the hot new sports manga with dynamic characters and stimulating art. Cut from Weekly Shonen Jump two months after it debuted, forced to cobble together a sudden (and not particularly lucid) ending. Only ten chapters. They didn't even get through one goddamn soccer game.

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* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' Raijin Comics in the U.S. A weekly anthology series made up of Baki the Grappler, Fist of the Blue Sky, and attempting to bring in political and horror mangas? Hell yes! Only for it to end monthly within not even two years and then canceled.
* ''Rion 2990'' was an independent [[{{Animesque}} manga-esque]] comic released in the 1980's and published under the Mirage imprint. Unlike other manga-esque titles, Rion looked absolutely authentic in regards to its visuals that it could be mistaken as an actual Japanese manga. In addition to that, it had a high stakes, cold war era plot about a struggle between war and peace with likable characters. It was proposed to be a 4-issue miniseries, but it
got poor ratings in its original run cut short and it was canceled, cutting down only two of the amount of episodes from 52 to 39 and forcing Tomino had to quickly improvise an ending. However, four issues were released due to Mirage ballooning and crashing.
* ''Comicbook/{{Aztek}}'' had a fresh hero,
good re-run ratings the show was re-cut (with some new animation) crossover potential and a promising overarcing plot. Then it ran right into 3 movies, the 1996-97 comic book market crash and ''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam'' was made.
* The original ''Manga/ShamanKing'' manga was canceled RIGHT BEFORE
got cancelled after 10 issues. Luckily, Aztek had already been set up to join the showdown Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica, and his story line got resolved in that book.
* ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures (the second volume): a comic written by Ty Templeton and Creator/DanSlott as a sequel to ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' that did its best to tie in
with the BigBad. Franchise/{{DCAU}}. It would be {{Uncanceled}} and finished several years later.
* ''ComicBook/{{Nyx}}''
* ''Manga/{{Meister}}''. Primed
was very sadly killed after only 17 issues to be the hot new sports manga replaced with dynamic characters and stimulating art. Cut from Weekly Shonen Jump two months after it debuted, forced a WesternAnimation/TheBatman tie-in comic, leaving all of the plotlines (sadly the creative team planned on to cobble together a sudden (and not particularly lucid) ending. Only ten chapters. They didn't even get through one goddamn soccer game.at least 40 issues, some details on the Toonzone boards) except for the ones that they scrambled to cover in the last four issues [[LeftHanging dangling]].



* ''Manga/FutabaKunChange'': Cancelled just as it was setting up some major story arcs, leading to the creator scrambling to wrap everything up for the ending due to time constraints. We can't help wondering if the ending would have made more sense if it'd been given enough time to play out naturally.

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* ''Manga/FutabaKunChange'': Cancelled just as ''ComicBook/TheCrew'', a Creator/MarvelComics series with a heavy African-American cast, was cancelled ''before its first issue was released''. Only seven issues were ultimately released and its creator, Creator/ChristopherPriest, is still somewhat bitter over it, believing that it was setting up some major story arcs, leading to the creator scrambling to wrap everything up for the ending due to time constraints. We can't help wondering if the ending would have made more sense if it'd been given enough time to play out naturally.cancelled because Marvel thought it was a "ghetto book".



* ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures (the second volume): a comic written by Ty Templeton and Creator/DanSlott as a sequel to ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' that did its best to tie in with the Franchise/{{DCAU}}. It was very sadly killed after only 17 issues to be replaced with a WesternAnimation/TheBatman tie-in comic, leaving all of the plotlines (sadly the creative team planned on to at least 40 issues, some details on the Toonzone boards) except for the ones that they scrambled to cover in the last four issues [[LeftHanging dangling]].

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* ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures (the second volume): Creator/ArchieComics released ''ComicBook/SonicBoom'', a comic written by Ty Templeton book based on [[VideoGame/SonicBoom the games]] and Creator/DanSlott as a sequel to ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' that did its best to tie in with [[WesternAnimation/SonicBoom the Franchise/{{DCAU}}. cartoon]]. It was very sadly killed after even made part of [[ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsUnite a massive video game crossover]], only 17 issues for the title to be replaced with a WesternAnimation/TheBatman tie-in comic, cancelled just before the crossover began, getting in one last post-crossover issue before it disappeared.
* Creator/JackKirby's 1970s DC work is notorious for this. Pretty much every single thing he wrote was massively innovative and critically acclaimed, from the ''[[ComicBook/NewGods Fourth World]]'' Saga to the proto-cyberpunk ''ComicBook/{{OMAC}}'', and almost none of it lasted. ''Mr. Miracle,'' the longest-lasting Fourth World book, made it eighteen issues, ''[[ComicBook/{{Etrigan}} The Demon]]'' lasted sixteen, his run on ''ComicBook/JimmyOlsen'' got fifteen, ''New Gods'' and ''Forever People'' eleven, and ''OMAC'' just eight. A mix of the DC Implosion and rather poor sales wreaked havoc on his comics,
leaving all only historians desperately wishing for a proper conclusion to the threads he set up. Ironically, ''ComicBook/{{Kamandi}}'' (among the least well-regarded of Kirby's 70s works) was the only one to make it to a respectable length (thirty-seven issues, with an additional twenty-two by other writers).
* ''ComicBook/{{Nyx}}''
* Creator/DCComics' ''Red Circle'' books, The Shield and The Web, had some great promise, but were both cancelled after just ten issues EACH!
* ''ComicBook/SpiderGwen'' was canceled after a mere five issues. However, this is a strange case. The book came about due to the unprecedented popularity
of the plotlines (sadly character in the creative team ComicBook/SpiderVerse event. But it was just too late to fully incorporate into the already planned Comicbook/SecretWars2015 event. Consequently, the book had to be cancelled, but the character was quickly brought over to the new ongoing Spider-Verse title that came about as a result of the Secret Wars event and will be relaunched as part of the Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel.
* 2010's ''Thor: The Mighty Avenger'' sadly only goes half-in
on this trope. Although there was a good deal of complaining about its cancellation, it didn't ever manage to at least 40 break 10k in issue sales which would seem to make its cancellation by Marvel reasonable from a business standpoint. Another low Thor seller, the controversial 2014 series, was also cancelled after just 8 issues, some details on the Toonzone boards) except only for the ones that they scrambled its title character to cover be given a second chance in the last four issues [[LeftHanging dangling]].''Mighty Thor'' which, as of 2016, is still ongoing.



* ''Thor: The Mighty Avenger''. Although for all the complaining about its cancellation; it didn't ever manage to break 10k in issue sales which make its cancellation by Marvel extremely reasonable from a business standpoint.
* ''Manga/AoiHana'' was supposed to get a second season, but those plans were canceled when the [=DVD=] sales for the first season turned out to be disappointing.
* ''Hikari no Densetsu'' is based on a best-selling manga, was produced by a highly talented staff and has had more than its share of positive reviews, yet it was a huge bomb on Japanese TV and was yanked off the air after only 19 episodes. The anime [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff was a success in Europe, though]].
* Manga/{{Kanamemo}}, which ended having a SequelHook, never got its second season simply due to surprisingly poor DVD sales.
* ''Hakaima Sadamitsu'', a little-known but ridiculously awesome {{seinen}}. Started as a manga in 1999, got an anime adaptation in 2001 that was cancelled after ''ten episodes''. TheOtherWiki says the manga is still going.
* Raijin Comics in the U.S. A weekly anthology series made up of Baki the Grappler, Fist of the Blue Sky, and attempting to bring in political and horror mangas? Hell yes! Only for it to end monthly within not even two years and then canceled.
* This is the general belief of fans from both the OVA and ''Decode'' series of ''Anime/BirdyTheMighty''. The OVA series only had four parts and the ''Decode'' series two seasons and both series still had many loose ends when they ended.
* ''Anime/CyberCityOedo808'' was intended as a demo to impress potential investors; had the investors been impressed, they would have expanded out the three one-hour episodes into a full length series... in 1993. Needless to say, the investors were not impressed.
* ''Rion 2990'' was an independent [[{{Animesque}} manga-esque]] comic released in the 1980's and published under the Mirage imprint. Unlike other manga-esque titles, Rion looked absolutely authentic in regards to its visuals that it could be mistaken as an actual Japanese manga. In addition to that, it had a high stakes, cold war era plot about a struggle between war and peace with likable characters. It was proposed to be a 4-issue miniseries, but it got cut short and only two of the four issues were released due to Mirage ballooning and crashing.
* ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow.''
* Creator/JackKirby's 1970s DC work is notorious for this. Pretty much every single thing he wrote was massively innovative and critically acclaimed, from the ''[[ComicBook/NewGods Fourth World]]'' Saga to the proto-cyberpunk ''ComicBook/{{OMAC}}'', and almost none of it lasted. ''Mr. Miracle,'' the longest-lasting Fourth World book, made it eighteen issues, ''[[ComicBook/{{Etrigan}} The Demon]]'' lasted sixteen, his run on ''ComicBook/JimmyOlsen'' got fifteen, ''New Gods'' and ''Forever People'' eleven, and ''OMAC'' just eight. A mix of the DC Implosion and rather poor sales wreaked havoc on his comics, leaving only historians desperately wishing for a proper conclusion to the threads he set up. Ironically, ''ComicBook/{{Kamandi}}'' (among the least well-regarded of Kirby's 70s works) was the only one to make it to a respectable length (thirty-seven issues, with an additional twenty-two by other writers).
* ''ComicBook/SpiderGwen'' was canceled after a mere five issues. However, this is a strange case. The book came about due to the unprecedented popularity of the character in the ComicBook/SpiderVerse event. But it was just too late to fully incorporate into the already planned Comicbook/SecretWars2015 event. Consequently, the book had to be cancelled, but the character was quickly brought over to the new ongoing Spider-Verse title that came about as a result of the Secret Wars event and will be relaunched as part of the Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel.
* ''Manga/{{Barrage}}'', canceled after 2 volumes despite a promising start. It's often used by anime and manga fans as an example of the cutthroat environment of the manga business, particularly its requirement for a series to hit the ground running, that a well-liked series like ''Barrage'' could not find a general enough audience to last. All was not lost for author and illustrator Kouhei Horikoshi though, as his next attempt, ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', became the big hit of 2014 and got an anime adaptation beginning in 2016.
* The ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' OVA series, stopped after episode 8 due to disputes between the companies producing the show.
* ''ComicBook/TheCrew'', a comic series with a heavy African-American cast, was cancelled ''before its first issue was released''. Only seven issues were ultimately released and its creator, Creator/ChristopherPriest, is still somewhat bitter over it, believing that it was cancelled because Marvel thought it was a "ghetto book".
* 2016's ''[[ComicBook/XMen X-Men '92]]'' was an adoring love letter to both the 90s era X-Men and the wildly popular [[WesternAnimation/XMen animated series]] from that time. It used (and used well) characters that were utterly ''[[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter wasted]]'' in their original incarnations, promised to [[http://www.heroes-foraday.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/xmen922015001-cvr-color-final-152838.jpg elevate more]], and was met with almost universally positive reviews. So ''of course'' it was only given a 10-issue run, forcing authors Chris Sims and Chad Bower to condense promising plots and kill off characters early for the sake of wrapping everything up by the tenth issue.
* Creator/ArchieComics released ''ComicBook/SonicBoom'', a book based on [[VideoGame/SonicBoom the games]] and [[WesternAnimation/SonicBoom the cartoon]]. It was even made part of [[ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsUnite a massive video game crossover]], only for the title to be cancelled just before the crossover began, getting in one last post-crossover issue before it disappeared.

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* ''Thor: The Mighty Avenger''. Although for all the complaining about its cancellation; it didn't ever manage to break 10k in issue sales which make its cancellation by Marvel extremely reasonable from a business standpoint.
* ''Manga/AoiHana'' was supposed to get a second season, but those plans were canceled when the [=DVD=] sales for the first season turned out to be disappointing.
* ''Hikari no Densetsu'' is based on a best-selling manga, was produced by a highly talented staff and has had more than its share of positive reviews, yet it was a huge bomb on Japanese TV and was yanked off the air after only 19 episodes. The anime [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff was a success in Europe, though]].
* Manga/{{Kanamemo}}, which ended having a SequelHook, never got its second season simply due to surprisingly poor DVD sales.
* ''Hakaima Sadamitsu'', a little-known but ridiculously awesome {{seinen}}. Started as a manga in 1999, got an anime adaptation in 2001 that was cancelled after ''ten episodes''. TheOtherWiki says the manga is still going.
* Raijin Comics in the U.S. A weekly anthology series made up of Baki the Grappler, Fist of the Blue Sky, and attempting to bring in political and horror mangas? Hell yes! Only for it to end monthly within not even two years and then canceled.
* This is the general belief of fans from both the OVA and ''Decode'' series of ''Anime/BirdyTheMighty''. The OVA series only had four parts and the ''Decode'' series two seasons and both series still had many loose ends when they ended.
* ''Anime/CyberCityOedo808'' was intended as a demo to impress potential investors; had the investors been impressed, they would have expanded out the three one-hour episodes into a full length series... in 1993. Needless to say, the investors were not impressed.
* ''Rion 2990'' was an independent [[{{Animesque}} manga-esque]] comic released in the 1980's and published under the Mirage imprint. Unlike other manga-esque titles, Rion looked absolutely authentic in regards to its visuals that it could be mistaken as an actual Japanese manga. In addition to that, it had a high stakes, cold war era plot about a struggle between war and peace with likable characters. It was proposed to be a 4-issue miniseries, but it got cut short and only two of the four issues were released due to Mirage ballooning and crashing.
* ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow.''
* Creator/JackKirby's 1970s DC work is notorious for this. Pretty much every single thing he wrote was massively innovative and critically acclaimed, from the ''[[ComicBook/NewGods Fourth World]]'' Saga to the proto-cyberpunk ''ComicBook/{{OMAC}}'', and almost none of it lasted. ''Mr. Miracle,'' the longest-lasting Fourth World book, made it eighteen issues, ''[[ComicBook/{{Etrigan}} The Demon]]'' lasted sixteen, his run on ''ComicBook/JimmyOlsen'' got fifteen, ''New Gods'' and ''Forever People'' eleven, and ''OMAC'' just eight. A mix of the DC Implosion and rather poor sales wreaked havoc on his comics, leaving only historians desperately wishing for a proper conclusion to the threads he set up. Ironically, ''ComicBook/{{Kamandi}}'' (among the least well-regarded of Kirby's 70s works) was the only one to make it to a respectable length (thirty-seven issues, with an additional twenty-two by other writers).
* ''ComicBook/SpiderGwen'' was canceled after a mere five issues. However, this is a strange case. The book came about due to the unprecedented popularity of the character in the ComicBook/SpiderVerse event. But it was just too late to fully incorporate into the already planned Comicbook/SecretWars2015 event. Consequently, the book had to be cancelled, but the character was quickly brought over to the new ongoing Spider-Verse title that came about as a result of the Secret Wars event and will be relaunched as part of the Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel.
* ''Manga/{{Barrage}}'', canceled after 2 volumes despite a promising start. It's often used by anime and manga fans as an example of the cutthroat environment of the manga business, particularly its requirement for a series to hit the ground running, that a well-liked series like ''Barrage'' could not find a general enough audience to last. All was not lost for author and illustrator Kouhei Horikoshi though, as his next attempt, ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', became the big hit of 2014 and got an anime adaptation beginning in 2016.
* The ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' OVA series, stopped after episode 8 due to disputes between the companies producing the show.
* ''ComicBook/TheCrew'', a comic series with a heavy African-American cast, was cancelled ''before its first issue was released''. Only seven issues were ultimately released and its creator, Creator/ChristopherPriest, is still somewhat bitter over it, believing that it was cancelled because Marvel thought it was a "ghetto book".
* 2016's ''[[ComicBook/XMen X-Men '92]]'' ''ComicBook/XMen92'' was an adoring love letter to both the 90s era X-Men and the wildly popular [[WesternAnimation/XMen animated series]] from that time. It used (and used well) characters that were utterly ''[[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter wasted]]'' in their original incarnations, promised to [[http://www.heroes-foraday.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/xmen922015001-cvr-color-final-152838.jpg elevate more]], and was met with almost universally positive reviews. So ''of course'' it was only given a 10-issue run, forcing authors Chris Sims and Chad Bower to condense promising plots and kill off characters early for the sake of wrapping everything up by the tenth issue.
* Creator/ArchieComics released ''ComicBook/SonicBoom'', a book based on [[VideoGame/SonicBoom the games]] and [[WesternAnimation/SonicBoom the cartoon]]. It was even made part of [[ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsUnite a massive video game crossover]], only for the title to be cancelled just before the crossover began, getting in one last post-crossover issue before it disappeared.
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23rd Nov '16 1:54:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''CHAOS'': A spy comedy-drama about a small group of loose-cannon CIA agents, which basically tried to be a lighter, more tongue-in-cheek version of gritty modern-day espionage series like ''{{Homeland}}'' [[note]]which is not to say that it was inspired by ''Homeland'', seeing as it predated it by six months[[/note]]. Only 13 episodes were made, and they were shown out of order by the network.

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* ''CHAOS'': ''Series/{{CHAOS}}'': A spy comedy-drama about a small group of loose-cannon CIA agents, which basically tried to be a lighter, more tongue-in-cheek version of gritty modern-day espionage series like ''{{Homeland}}'' ''Series/{{Homeland}}'' [[note]]which is not to say that it was inspired by ''Homeland'', seeing as it predated it by six months[[/note]]. Only 13 episodes were made, and they were shown out of order by the network.



* ''ListenUp!''
* ''LoveMonkey''. Also an example of ScrewedByTheNetwork.

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* ''ListenUp!''
''Series/ListenUp!''
* ''LoveMonkey''.''Series/LoveMonkey''. Also an example of ScrewedByTheNetwork.
8th Nov '16 11:17:21 AM Blazer
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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' has been canceled after two successful seasons. Rumor has it that it's because it attracted the ''wrong'' kind of audience: while it was popular with adults and female viewers, it didn't attract the 6-11 year old male crowd the executives wanted to court (out of a dated belief that they're the only ones that would buy toys). Thankfully, it's set to return soon and rumor has it it'll be seen on Netflix.

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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' has been canceled after two successful seasons. Rumor has it that it's because it attracted the ''wrong'' kind of audience: while it was popular with adults and female viewers, it didn't attract the 6-11 year old male crowd the executives wanted to court (out of a dated belief that they're the only ones that would buy toys). Thankfully, it's set to return soon and rumor has it it'll be seen on Netflix.


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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' was a particularly loved series but was killed after its second season after Cartoon Network kept hiatusing the series during that time frame. A three year campaign from fans ultimately brought the two seasons to Netflix and lead to Warner Brothers and DC deciding to revive the series for a third season, with rumors stating that it might be being released on Netflix.
8th Nov '16 11:10:55 AM Blazer
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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' has been canceled after two successful seasons. Rumor has it that it's because it attracted the ''wrong'' kind of audience: while it was popular with adults and female viewers, it didn't attract the 6-11 year old male crowd the executives wanted to court (out of a dated belief that they're the only ones that would buy toys).

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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' has been canceled after two successful seasons. Rumor has it that it's because it attracted the ''wrong'' kind of audience: while it was popular with adults and female viewers, it didn't attract the 6-11 year old male crowd the executives wanted to court (out of a dated belief that they're the only ones that would buy toys). Thankfully, it's set to return soon and rumor has it it'll be seen on Netflix.
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* Creator/ArchieComics released ''ComicBook/SonicBoom'', a book based on [[VideoGame/SonicBoom the games]] and [[WesternAnimation/SonicBoom the cartoon]]. It was even made part of [[ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsUnite a massive video game crossover]], only for the title to be cancelled just before the crossover began, getting in one last post-crossover issue before it disappeared.
31st Oct '16 3:54:16 AM jormis29
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* ''{{Life}}''

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* ''{{Life}}''''Series/{{Life}}''
29th Oct '16 12:08:54 PM nombretomado
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* As stated on ABC, ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' suffered a similar fate to other Disney animated action/adventure shows, ending after two seasons and with a massive hint at a third season to boot. The reason, according to this [[http://www.tv.com/w.i.t.c.h./show/29931/w.i.t.c.h.-faq/topic/13689-485279/msgs.html FAQ]] from tv.com, is there was "little to no interest both from the investors’ and the producer’s side" to continue the series. Coincidentally, GregWeisman was brought on board for the second season which was widely regarded as an improvement over the first. Check the man's page to see how [[ScrewedByTheNetwork the network has]] ''[[ScrewedByTheNetwork regularly]]'' [[ScrewedByTheNetwork treated him like a two dollar call girl]].

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* As stated on ABC, ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' suffered a similar fate to other Disney animated action/adventure shows, ending after two seasons and with a massive hint at a third season to boot. The reason, according to this [[http://www.tv.com/w.i.t.c.h./show/29931/w.i.t.c.h.-faq/topic/13689-485279/msgs.html FAQ]] from tv.com, is there was "little to no interest both from the investors’ and the producer’s side" to continue the series. Coincidentally, GregWeisman Creator/GregWeisman was brought on board for the second season which was widely regarded as an improvement over the first. Check the man's page to see how [[ScrewedByTheNetwork the network has]] ''[[ScrewedByTheNetwork regularly]]'' [[ScrewedByTheNetwork treated him like a two dollar call girl]].
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