Can You Name These Quickly Cancelled TV Shows?
This show followed the lives of high school siblings in the 80s, ran from 1999 to 2000, and was produced by Judd Apatow.
- Freaks and Geeks only ran for 18 episodes, but it gave Seth Rogen, James Franco, and Jason Segel their starts in Hollywood.
This one-season wonder was a satire of Beverly Hills 90210.
- Grosse Point aired from 2000 to 2001 on WB. It was a satirical version of 90210, giving a dramatic behind-the-scenes look at the lives of TV teenagers.
This spooky kid's show only aired for one season in 1991 and follows a child's move through an area with urban legends.
- Eerie, Indiana aired from 1991 to 1992 and was only 19 episodes. It followed teenager Marshall as he experienced urban legends after moving.
This Netflix show only lasted one season in 2019 and followed a young girl after her heart attack gave her strange powers.
- Chambers followed teenager Sasha after her heart attack gave her bizarre powers. Sasha traveled to the family of her new heart's previous owner to get answers.
This space Western science fiction show was cancelled after one season airing from 2002 to 2003.
- Firefly only aired for one season, but has gained quite the following since. It takes place 500 years in the future in space.
This sitcom aired in 2015 and was made to satirize the world of legal dramas and Hollywood.
- Rob Lowe starred in this short lived sitcom that focused on a former actor who thought he could be a lawyer after playing one on TV.
This one-season wonder was a post-apocalyptic comedy based on a graphic novel by the same name.
- Daybreak aired on Netflix in 2019 and was based on the graphic novel by the same name. The post-apocalyptic show follows a teenager as he looks for his missing girlfriend.
This one-season paranormal show as based on the novel by L.J. Smith.
- The Secret Circle, based on the novel by L.J. Smith, aired on the CW from 2011 to 2012 and followed a young girl as she learned she was a witch.
This show aired in the 90s and followed an angsty teen and the drama surrounding her crush.
- My So-Called Life surprisingly only lasted one season. The show has since gained a cult following.
This show followed a former showgirl after she moved to her husband's hometown and began teaching ballet.
- Trying to follow the success of Gilmore Girls, creator Amy Sherman-Palladino gave Bunheads a chance. Though it only lasted one season, the show's dance routines gained quite the following.