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22nd Sep '16 11:49:57 PM RAMChYLD
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* After three successful seasons, Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} canceled ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' in 1994, citing that it could not afford to keep the series running even though they had initially planned to order [[SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon sixty-five episodes]]. Creators Jim Jinkins and Joe Aaron were ''pissed'' at their actions and immediately cut all ties they had with the network. Soon after, Jinkins and Aaron were approached by Creator/{{Disney}}, who then purchased Creator/{{ABC}} and gave the series another chance, running for two seasons before it was canceled again due to ''another'' dispute.

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* After three successful seasons, Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} canceled ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' in 1994, citing that it could not afford to keep the series running even though they had initially planned to order [[SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon sixty-five episodes]]. Creators Jim Jinkins and Joe Aaron were ''pissed'' at their actions and immediately cut all ties they had with the network. Soon after, Jinkins and Aaron were approached by Creator/{{Disney}}, who had then just purchased Creator/{{ABC}} Creator/{{ABC}}, and that gave the series another chance, running for two seasons before it was canceled again due to ''another'' dispute.
21st Sep '16 6:30:15 PM nombretomado
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* CBS ended ''BeakmansWorld'' after getting 65 episodes in the can (the standard number of episodes needed before a series could go into syndication back then). An outpouring of fan support convinced them to give it one more season. The comeback was so late it resulted in an [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute assistant change]].

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* CBS ended ''BeakmansWorld'' ''Series/BeakmansWorld'' after getting 65 episodes in the can (the standard number of episodes needed before a series could go into syndication back then). An outpouring of fan support convinced them to give it one more season. The comeback was so late it resulted in an [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute assistant change]].
18th Aug '16 3:24:09 PM SWFMax
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* WebVideo/MatthewSantoro decided in January 2012 to stop making videos, but changed his mind in June 2012, when he started making videos again.
3rd Aug '16 10:20:59 AM KoopaKid17
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** NBC cancelled ''Series/HighRollers'' in 1976, revived it in 1978 and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwed it over]] in 1980.
27th Jul '16 7:51:43 AM RAMChYLD
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* Series/{{Mythbusters}} announced in late 2015 that their 2016 season would be the last. However, on March 31, The Science Channel announced that they are rebooting the franchise, and are on the search for a new generation of Mythbusters. Many believe it to be an AprilFoolsDay prank. However, since the news was widely carried and since there's no retractions, it's assumed that the uncancellation is real.
27th Jul '16 3:45:47 AM RAMChYLD
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* Series/{{Mythbusters}} announced in late 2015 that their 2016 season would be the last. However, on March 31, The Science Channel announced that they are rebooting the franchise, and are on the search for a new generation of Mythbusters. Many believe it to be an AprilFoolsDay prank. However, since the news was widely carried and since there's no retractions, it's assumed that the uncancellation is real.
23rd Jul '16 1:34:48 PM nombretomado
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* The cancellation of ''Series/{{Jericho}}'' in 2007 lead to a strange campaign where fans sent nuts to the network to persuade it to reverse the decision. The network eventually announced a further seven episodes would be produced and "please stop sending us nuts". The nuts were later given to charity. Or used as part of a contest on ''BigBrother''.

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* The cancellation of ''Series/{{Jericho}}'' in 2007 lead to a strange campaign where fans sent nuts to the network to persuade it to reverse the decision. The network eventually announced a further seven episodes would be produced and "please stop sending us nuts". The nuts were later given to charity. Or used as part of a contest on ''BigBrother''.''Series/BigBrother''.
23rd Jul '16 1:29:33 PM nombretomado
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* The Australian version of ''BigBrother'' ran from 2001-2008 before it was suddenly cancelled. Four years later, it was just as suddenly given a {{revival}} [[ChannelHop on a rival network]]. The same thing happened with the British version.

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* The Australian version of ''BigBrother'' ''Series/BigBrother'' ran from 2001-2008 before it was suddenly cancelled. Four years later, it was just as suddenly given a {{revival}} [[ChannelHop on a rival network]]. The same thing happened with the British version.
20th Jul '16 2:13:52 PM SuperMarioMuseum
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* Nintendo's QOL (Quality of Life" project was originally stated to be "on the back-burner" before it was later stated that it was stated to be continuing to be in development.

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* Nintendo's QOL (Quality of Life" Life) project was originally stated to be "on the back-burner" before it was later stated that it was stated to be continuing to be in development.
20th Jul '16 2:13:40 PM SuperMarioMuseum
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* ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}'' was remade on Wii, with the remakes coming out in 2008 in Japan and 2009 in the rest of the world. ''Pikmin 2'' was planned to get the same treatment, and the remake for it came out in Japan, Australia, and Europe in spring of 2009, with the American version never getting a release other than vague hints like "Q2". It was quietly cancelled. In 2012, the American version was surprisingly uncanceled and released that June - just over three years after the Australian rerelease hit store shelves (and even then, it was released under the Nintendo Selects label... [[ScrewedByTheNetwork which is usually only used for budget re-releases]]).

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* ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}'' was remade on Wii, with the remakes coming out in 2008 in Japan and 2009 in the rest of the world. ''Pikmin 2'' was planned to get the same treatment, and the remake for it came out in Japan, Australia, and Europe in spring of 2009, with the American version never getting a release other than vague hints like "Q2". It was quietly cancelled. In 2012, the American version was surprisingly uncanceled and released that June - just over three years after the Australian rerelease re-release hit store shelves (and even then, it was released under the Nintendo Selects label... [[ScrewedByTheNetwork which is usually only used for budget re-releases]]).


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* Nintendo's QOL (Quality of Life" project was originally stated to be "on the back-burner" before it was later stated that it was stated to be continuing to be in development.
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