doesn't seem to match. A lot of the examples there are of shows that were at least intended to "end" in some fashion, whether it be an ending as a series finale or as a season
finale (that never lead into a next season).
I think Woodys Finest Hour
is a case of The Same but More Specific
for Cut Short
. The "more specific" bit being that this is supposed to be (or at least initially intended) for cases where there was significant build-up at the cliffhanger in question before the series was pulled.
To go with a more exaggerated, hypothetical example, it'd be like a show getting pulled off the air at a series' penultimate episode where things are at or around the series' climax, with the intended series finale never materializing in some form.
edited 1st Oct '12 7:55:33 PM by Bakazuki