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10 Most Unjust Cancellations In TV History

dollhouse Where would we be today without television? Yes, the human race seemed to do just fine without it years ago but they also did fine without any form of technology which - sadly - most people today would never be able to accomplish. Television has been a permanent fixture in the lives of many for so long and what we've seen onscreen has evolved tremendously each decade. Some television shows have become so popular they've branched out into multimedia franchises while others have stayed under the radar. But not every single series that flops is deserving of being forgotten. In fact, there have been a great number of television shows that were among the best yet couldn't seem to find an audience leading to their ultimate downfall. I previously wrote an article about ten current shows that are in heavy need of cancellation. Many of you agreed on some but still had wildly differing opinions on other entries. Here, I present to you ten television shows that fall on the opposite end of the spectrum. These shows never even had a chance to jump the shark as each was canceled far before it even had a chance to tie up loose ends some during or right after their first season. This doesn't mean they were bad; not at all. Instead these are the ten best shows to ever face a cancellation that can only be described as unjust. Click next to begin...
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