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301) AFP: American Fighter Pilot (CBS)
A military type reality show that lasted two episodes. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

302) Roswell (UPN)
"Roswell" started on The WB and was picked up by UPN for it's third and final season. A teen alien drama with a small, but loyal following. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

303) Ally McBeal (FOX)
After five seasons, people lost interest in the 80 pound female lawyers cartoonish escapades. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

304) Exposure (Sci-Fi)
Not sure what this was. Not enough of the title, my guess. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

305) Family Law (CBS)
A show about a divorced - divorce lawyer taking on unusual cases.... Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

306) First Monday (CBS)
Joe Mantegna and James Garner starred in this promising (at first) courtroom drama. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

307) Wednesday at 9:30/8:30 Central (ABC)
Show about a Hollywood Director that lasted two episodes. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

308) Oz (HBO)
Graphic prison drama lasted six seasons on HBO. The next season (Spring 2003) will only have 8 episodes and will be its last. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

309) Who wants to be a Millionaire (ABC)
The biggest show on ABC quickly fizzled. Last show: 6/27/2002 Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

310) Boot Camp (FOX)
Reality show never took off. Cancelled 2002. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

311) Leap of Faith (NBC)
Followed the life of a 30-something year old woman in the big city. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

312) Talk Soup (E!)
A daily clip show of talk shows that lasted over a decade. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

313) Legacy (UPN)
Hour-long western/drama. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

314) Maybe it's me (WB)
Coming of age show for a 15 year old girl in a quirky family. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

315) Raising Dad (WB)
Another family show starring Bob Saget. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

316) Politically Incorrect (ABC)
Bill Maher hosted talk show was cancelled in December, 2002 due to a comment made by Maher that offended the public/advertisers. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

317) Dharma & Greg (ABC)
Hippy girl, nerdy guy, unfunny show. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

318) Spin City (ABC)
Charley Sheen didn't bring in Michael J. Fox's viewers. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

319) The Job (ABC)
Dennis Leary's sit-com got the axe. Last show: 4/24/2002 Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

320) Philly (ABC)
NYPD Blue creator Steven Bochco's drama never found an audience. Last show: 5/28/2002 Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

321) The Education of Max Bickford (CBS)
Starred Richard Dreyfuss as a professor dealing with life issues. Last show: 5/12/2002 Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

322) That 80's Show (FOX)
Fox tried to cash in on the success of "That 70's Show" with this unfunny show about an uninterresting decade! Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

323) Titus (FOX)
Actually funny at times, this show loosely mirrored the life of comic Christopher Titus. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

324) Nikki (WB)
Show starred Nikki Cox and took place in Las Vegas. Last show: 1/27/2002 Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

325) Undeclared (FOX)
A show about college life. Last show: 3/12/2002 Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

326) Dark Angel (FOX)
Nicely done show with a big budget couldn't get enough viewers to pay for that expense. Last show: 5/03/2002 Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

327) Cram (GSN)
The game show where contestants are deprived of sleep didn't lure in audiences. Canned June 2003. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

328) Lexx: The Series (Sci-Fi)
The Lexx is an enormous, living and sentient insect genetically modified for space travel and planet destroying capabilities... Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

329) Encounters With The Unexplained (Pax)
Paranormal things that were unexplained. These shows seem to pop up somewhere every year. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

330) Greg The Bunny (FOX)
A horrible show that featured talking puppets interracting with humans. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

331) Earth: Final Conflict (Syndicated)
Gene Roddenberry sci-fi show that lasted 5 seasons. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

332) V.I.P. (Syndicated)
Pamela Anderson's detective show somehow lasted 4 seasons. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

333) My Adventures in Television (ABC)
This show about TV starred Ed Begley Jr. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

334) Roswell (UPN)
Roswell was canned from The WB, picked up by UPN, now canned there too. Must be a conspiracy. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

335) State of Grace (ABC/Family)
Ratings dropped in the second season. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

336) Jackass (MTV)
A show where people do pranks and moronic things to themselves and others - Home video-style. Ended 2002. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

337) Mohr Sports (ESPN)
Comedian Jay Mohr starred in this sports/comedy show. After changing its time slot nine times in 16 weeks, ESPN canned the show. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

338) Win Ben Stein's Money (Comedy Central)
The show's ratings were in a steady decline. The show will get pulled in early 2003. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

339) Nero Wolfe (A&E)
This detective show lasted 29 episodes. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

340) Dennis Miller Live (HBO)
Half hour live show featuring Dennis Miller and a single weekly guest. It lasted an amazing 9 years. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

341) Witchblade (TNT)
A sci-fi/adventure show based on a comic book. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

342) Farscape (Sci-Fi)
4 Seasons on Sci-Fi. Winter 2003 will be the end of this show. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

343) Black Sash (WB)
Kung Fu ex-cop out to save the day and mentor his students..... Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

344) Relic Hunter (Syndicated)
This adventure starred Tia Carrere as history professor/intrepid explorer Sydney Fox. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

345) Clifford the Big Red Dog (PBS)
John Ritter, the voice of Clifford, died. Cancelled March 2003. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

346) Wolf Lake (UPN)
Lou Diamond Phillips starred in this show that started out on CBS, and ended up on UPN after CBS cancelled it. Now, UPN gave the show the axe. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

347) Friend or Foe? (GSN)
The game show that makes contestants fight for the money gets the axe. Folded 2003. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

348) For The People (Lifetime)
Women on opposing sides in the D.A's office, exciting. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

349) Push Nevada (ABC)
This quirky show was the first cancellation of the Fall 2002 season. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

350) Arli$$ (HBO)
Sports sit-comish show. Cancelled after 5 seasons. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

351) Providence (NBC)
Ratings slid over the last year of this drama. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

352) Off Centre (WB)
Not enough viewers... Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

353) Girl's Club (FOX)
David E. Kelley's series about a female law firm (sound familiar) got the axe after only two episodes. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

354) Bram and Alice (CBS)
This show lasted a whole 4 episodes! Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

355) Novak, Hunt & Shields (CNN)
After 20 years, CNN pulled the plug on this Public Affairs program. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

356) Birds Of Prey (WB)
Low ratings killed this one. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

357) The Wayne Brady Show (ABC)
ABC cancelled Wayne's variety show. He now has a syndicated talk show using the same name. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

358) Meet the Marks (FOX)
Half reality show, half scripted show, fully cancelled. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

359) Robot Wars (TNN)
Copycat of "Battlebots" didn't last very long. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

360) Up Close (ABC)
A spinoff of "Nightline" that was a show that went in-depth on featured stories. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

361) Battlebots (Comedy Central)
Hugely popular at first, but lost viewers fast. A show where people pitted small robots against eachother. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

362) MD's (ABC)
Rip-off of NBC's sucessful comedy "Scrubs". Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

363) That was then (ABC)
A comedy-drama hour in which Travis (James Bulliard) goes back to his youth in the '80s to redo key moments in his life. Last show aired 10/4/02. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

364) In search of (Sci-Fi)
Updated version of the old Leonard Nemoy hosted show. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

365) Resurrection Blvd (ShowTime)
Show about the media biz got the media biz. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

366) Robbery Homicide Division (CBS)
Tom Sizemore starred in this critically acclaimed, but ratings challenged, L.A. cop show. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

367) Firefly (FOX)
Sci-Fi drama from "Buffy" creator Joss Whedon lasted 14 episodes. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

368) Dinotopia (ABC)
Intelligent dinosaurs co-existing with humans in a mystery-place. This originally was a mini-series that developed into a weekly show. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

369) UCB: Upright Citizen's Brigade (Comedy Central)
Sketch comedy series. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

370) Weakest Link (NBC)
NBC's answer to the short-lived game show craze featured a British woman that insulted the guests. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

371) Son of the Beach (F/X)
A crude spoof of "Baywatch" produced by Howard Stern. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

372) Sweet Valley High (UPN)
High school drama that lasted three seasons. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

373) Touched By An Angel (CBS)
After 9 seasons, this show gets cancelled. The audience was too old, not what advertisers want. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

374) The Mind Of A Married Man (HBO)
This show lasted 2 seasons, longer than most marriages. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

375) Space Above and Beyond (FOX)
Lasted from 1995-1996 with 23 episodes. Takes place after the alien invasion of Earth. After a resurgence from earth we decide to take the fight to them. This is where most of the story takes place, with the Marine unit the "Wild Cards"; a group of Marine Aviators. It had a strong cast like James Morrison currently heading CTU on "24". Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

376) Presidio Med (CBS)
Medical drama that lasted one season. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

377) Queens Supreme (CBS)
Aaron Spelling produced law show that took place in, where else... New York. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

378) Beyond (Syndicated)
Beyond with James Van Praagh lasted one season. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

379) Three Sisters (NBC)
Comedy about the relationships between three sisters, from the point of view of the man who married one of them. Last show: 2/05/2002 Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

380) Dawson's Creek (WB)
After 6 seasons, one of The WB's most successful shows is being shown the door. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

381) Jenny Jones (Syndicated)
One of the longest running talkers got the axe after a year of low ratings. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

382) In-Laws (NBC)
NBC's new, much hyped sitcom went on hiatus for February sweeps, now permanent hiatus. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

383) We The Jury (Syndicated)
This daily scripted court show with actors playing the litigants and the jury, won't be coming back for a second season. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

384) Buffy the Vampire Slayer (UPN)
After seven seasons, 'Buffy' star Sarah Michelle Geller decided to call it a day. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

385) Family Affair (WB)
Tim Curry starred in this update of the 60's show. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

386) Do Over (WB)
Show about a guy that goes back 20 years to relive High School. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

387) Mister Stearling (NBC)
A politician that is out to actually do good things...... Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

388) Let's Make A Deal (NBC)
NBC canned this remake of the 70's hit game show starring Billy Bush - the Prez's nephew and former Z104 (Washington DC) morning man. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

389) Veritas: The Quest (ABC)
Canned due to very low ratings. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

390) Phil Donahue (MSNBC)
Phil came out of retirement to bring MSNBC back to life. That was the plan anyway.... Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

391) Connie Chung Tonight (CNN)
Out Fox'd in ratings, CNN's new prez cancelled Connie's prime time show. Connie then left CNN. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

392) Just Shoot Me (NBC)
Seven seasons of this tired show... Now it lives on in re-run land. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

393) The Family (ABC)
Part "reality", part game show, part comedy, fully cancelled. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

394) Miracles (ABC)
Skeet Ulrich starred as a disillusioned former seminary student who independently investigates claims of miracles. Last show: 3/10/2003 Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

395) Andy Richter Controls the Universe (FOX)
Former Conan O'Brian sidekick Andy Richter starred in this unique sitcom about a technical writer with a fertile imagination. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

396) Rendez-view (Syndicated)
Guest stars critiqued couples' videotaped dates in a reality-based series. The eclectic group of critics included rapper Coolio, comic Kathleen Madigan, actors Jere Burns and Kim Coles, and comedian Gilbert Gottfried. Lasted one season. Cancelled August 2002. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

397) The Rerun Show (NBC)
Short-lived sketch-comedy show that spoofed popular sitcoms such as The Jeffersons, The Facts of Life, Married.. With Children, Saved by the Bell, Diff'rent Strokes, Bewitched, The Partridge Family, and One Day at a Time. Lasted six episodes. Cancelled in August 2002 due to low ratings. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

398) Pecola (Cartoon Network)
What kind of idiot would show a town made of cube? Cancelled May 2003. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

399) Sabrina the Teenage Witch (WB)
Melissa Joan Hart starred as Sabrina, the girl with supernatural powers. This has been on since 1996, cancelled in 2003. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

400) The Drew Carey Show (ABC)
This show had a very long run and was just ready to go. Last show aired September 8, 2004. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

401) A.U.S.A (NBC)
A legal comedy that lasted only two months. The last show aired April 1, 2003. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

402) Hidden Hills (NBC)
A "suburban life" sitcom. The last show aired January 21, 2003. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

403) Kingpin (NBC)
Show about a Mexican-American family/druglords. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

404) Watching Ellie (NBC)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus' terribly unfunny show never was on the tube long enough to even have a chance. It seemed to always be on 'hiatus'. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

405) All American Girl (ABC)
Not even a former Spice Girl could save this one (really!). Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

406) Are You Hot? (ABC)
Absolutely horrible "reality" (a take off on an old Howard Stern bit - Howard was suing over this) show that never had a chance. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

407) The Agency (CBS)
A show about CIA Agents in Washington DC. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

408) My Big Fat Greek Life (CBS)
Based on the highly popular movie "My Big Fart Greek Wedding", this show was really a big letdown. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

409) Adventure, Inc (Syndicated)
Jesse Nilsson, star of this show died from asthma caused pneumonia, so no more show. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

410) Batman Beyond (WB)
The cartoon based on the original Batman Animated Series just couldn't draw the audiences. Cancelled 2002. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

411) Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World (Syndicated)
Based on the 1999 TNT special about explorers on a mysterious "plateau" isolated from the world. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

412) Platinum (UPN)
Behind the scenes at a Hip-Hop record label. UPN catering to the lowest common denominator again... Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

413) 30 Seconds To Fame (FOX)
A sort of modern-day "Gong Show" got the gong. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

414) John Doe (FOX)
About a man who appears from nowhere, with no memory of who he is, helping police solve crimes. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

415) Married By America (FOX)
Another FOXified show where they have the audience pick the marriage partner of the contestant. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

416) Mr. Personality (FOX)
Another FOXified show where the contestant picks the man based solely on "personality", as he wears a mask to cover his face. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

417) The Pitts (FOX)
I can't even explain how bad this show was.... Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

418) Fastlane (FOX)
The Friday night curse strikes again! Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

419) Abby (UPN)
Abby has a complicated life. She dumps Will, her charming, but egocentric jock boyfriend only to agree to remain roommates in order to keep their inexpensive, rent controlled apartment in San Francisco. Well, UPN dumped the show on 5/15/03. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

420) Twilight Zone (UPN)
Another remake of the classic TV show bites the dust. Cancelled 5/15/03.

421) Hunter (NBC)
This old show from the early 90's returned brifly after a successful TV movie.

422) America's Most Talented Kid (NBC)
This talent show with celebrity judges caught the Friday night syndrome...

423) Greetings From Tucson (WB)
A show about a mixed ethnic family (Mexican-American father and an Irish-American mother). Guest-starred veteran actor Edward James Olmos on a few occasions.

424) Fururama (FOX)
Animated comedy from the creator of The Simpson's never took off.

425) On the spot (WB)
A sit-com(ish) show that was mostly improvised. Clever idea, just not done particularly well.

426) Weakest Link (Syndicated)
A syndicated version of the already cancelled NBC show.

427) Small Shots (TNN)
Small town yokels were cast in spoof roles of popular movies for a travelling reality/spoof show.

428) Tremors (Sci-Fi)
A spinoff of the Kevin Bacon movie about giant worms lasted one season. Cancelled August, 2003.

429) Conspiracy Zone (TNN)
Former SNL comic Kevin Nealon hosted this show about conspiracy theories.

430) Cedric The Entertainer (FOX)
New shows of this sketch comedy will air through December 2003.

431) True Stories from the Morgue (TLC)
This real-life CSI was cancelled due to complaints (and law suit threats) from families of the 'subjects' on the show.

432) Port Charles (ABC)
This spin-off from soap "General Hospital" will end in October 2003.

433) Charlie Lawrence (CBS)
Nathan Lane's latest sit-com lasted only two episodes.

434) Regular Joe (ABC)
Cancelled on 5/13/03.

435) The Other Half (Syndicated)
Dick Clark and a cast of men talking up womens issues. Painful to watch. Cancelled on 9/12/03.

436) The Talent Agency (Syndicated)
A "Star Search" type show aimed at the "urban" set.

437) Starhunter (Syndicated)
Sci-Fi adventure hour lasted just over one season.

438) Keen Eddie (FOX)
A New York (where else?) Cop working in jolly old England. Cancelled on 8/11/03.

439) Just Cause (PAX)
About a woman named Alexandra DeMonaco who is arrested and is sent to prison and proves that she has a remarkable gift for getting at the truth and bringing the bad guys to justice. But unfortunately for PAX, this show turned out to be a Lost Cause, and the last episode aired on 5/18/03.

440) Boomtown (NBC)
This creative crime-drama couldn't get an audience.

441) The New Tom Green Show (MTV)
MTV's entrance into standard late-nite fare was less than steller.

442) The Mullets (UPN)
A show mocking the 80's hair-cut, basically. Cancelled on 10/21/03.

443) Luis (FOX)
This show starred Luis Guzman as a donut-shop owner and landlord in Harlem NY (where else?). Cancelled on 10/27/03.

444) Coupling (NBC)
A remake of the wildly popular (in the UK) British hit about the sexual exploits of young people never found an audience in the U.S.

445) Abby (NBC)
A TV Producer living in a rent controlled apartment in San Francisco still lives with her ex to keep the cheap rent.... Cancelled in March, 2003.

446) Clone High (USA)
Animated series about cloned historical figures attending High School together who have normal teen problems. Lasted One seasons.
Cancelled in February, 2003.

447) Skin (FOX)
"Melrose Place" without the name-brand actors lasted only 3 episodes. Cancelled on 11/4/03.

448) Time Squad (Cartoon Network)
Despite the rise in ratings, Cartoon Network decided to drop the show in order to push more Cartoon Cartoons. Cancelled November 2003.

449) Banzai (FOX)
After six episodes, Controversy between Asian-American groups prompted the network to cancel it. Cancelled 2004.

450) L.A. Dragnet (ABC)
Ed O'Neill (Al Bundy) as Lt. Joe Friday. Need not say more. Cancelled on 11/6/03.

451) Tarzan (WB)
Canned after the 5th show of it's first season, Tarzan's ratings dropped steadily from show to show. Cancelled on 11/5/03.

452) The Brotherhood of Poland, N.H. (CBS)
Randy Quaid and Ann Cusack's drama lasted 5 episodes.

453) Philly (ABC)
Legal-Drama that took place in the city of brotherly love.

454) I'm With Busey (Comedy Central)
Gary Busey starred in a reality type show showcasing how odd he is. Nobody cared.

455) Wanda at Large (FOX)
Wanda Syke's comedy put her on a DC based political show as herself...her obnoxious self. Cancelled on 12/5/03.

456) Caroline Rhea (Syndicated)
She took over for Rosie, but couldn't hold onto Rosie's audience.

457) John Walsh (Syndicated)
The "America's Most Wanted" host had his own talk show that lasted one season. Cancelled on 12/5/03.

458) K-Street (HBO)
High profile stinker from George Clooney was a quasi-reality show focusing on the nerds of D.C. Cancelled on 12/11/03.

459) Lyon's Den (NBC)
This D.C. based legal drama starring Rob Lowe never caught on, despite a big name star and big name writers. Cancelled on 12/15/03.

460) Caillou (PBS)
Caillou gets the gong. Cancelled Mid-year 2003.

461) Seven Little Monsters (PBS)
North Americans were shying away from Maurice Sendak's newest cartoon series. Cancelled October 2003.

462) The Angry Beavers (Nick)
This Nicktoon was no longer drawing the audiences it once did. Cancelled 2003.

463) Change of Heart (Syndicated)
A game show that involved dating couples who were matched up with singles and then sent out on respective dates. During the taping, they discussed their relationship, then their new dating experience. At the end of show the couples had to decide if they want to Stay Together, or if they've had a Change Of Heart. The last episode aired on September 12, 2003.

464) Street Time (Showtime)
Rob Morrow ("Northern Exposure") starred in this show that followed the lives of federal parole officers and the ex-cons whose cases they handled. Cancelled on 12/19/03.

465) The Anna Nicole Show (E!)
The female "Ozzy". Cameras followed the chubby models every dazed move. Ratings slid from episode to episode, so while no "official" word of cancellation - it's a safe bet that this one's gone.

466) The Wayne Brady Show (Syndicated)
Variety / Talk show from the former "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" star never grabbed an audience.

467) Crossing Over with Johnathon Edwards (Syndicated)
The man who talked to dead people. Wouldn't you think that one of them would have given him a 'heads up' about this?!

468) Gary The Rat (Spike TV)
An adult cartoon - never saw it. Spike TV's first entry into TV Hell...

469) Stripperella (Spike TV)
Another Pam Anderson disaster...this one being an animated series.

470) Frasier (NBC)
Eleven seasons plus "Cheers!" makes Frasier one of TV's longest running characters.

471) Friends (NBC)
This long running sitcom about a bunch of NYC (where else?) friends started becoming a bit of a soap opera towards the end. It made big stars out of its cast and will live on in re-run land for a long time....

472) Sex & The City (HBO)
Hugely popular with twenty-something and thirty-something women - "Sex" went out on top. The show followed the lives of a group of NY (where else?) 30-something women and their sex lives. Sarah Jessica Parker didn't want to do the show anymore and that was it.

473) The Chris Isaak Show (Showtime)
A quirky show following the singer and his friends/bandmates in a sort-of reality show way - but far from reality. The show star Chris Isaak decided to stop production to focus on his real-life music career.

474) Hollywood Squares (Syndicated)
Six season run for this revival of the classic 70's game show. CBS owned and operated stations announced that they would be dropping the show, and then the syndicator decided to stop production after May 2004.

475) Pyramid (Syndicated)
Even though Pyramid was trending upward in ratings, the syndicator dropped it in favor of pushing more talk shows.

476) Becker (CBS)
It's gone, it's back, no really...this time it's gone. Ted Danson played a cranky NY (where else?) doctor in this sitcom that lasted six seasons.

477) Jake 2.0 (UPN)
Show about a computer geek turned secret agent after he is infected with a sort-of computer virus lasted one season.

478) Boston Public (FOX)
David E. Kelly's school drama was in it's fourth season when it got pulled. Ratings have been decreasing over it's now final year.

479) The Sharon Osbourne Show (Syndicated)
After successfully exploiting her sadly burnt-out husband (Ozzy) and odd family over at MTV, she was given a talk show of her own. Bye.

480) Ed (NBC)
A critically acclaimed show that never was able to gain viewers. A quirky show about a New York (where else?) attorney that returned to his small town home in Ohio.

481) A Minute With Stan Hooper (FOX)
The latest Norm Macdonald sit-com got the axe after 7 episodes. This one was about a New York (where else?) newsmagazine commentator that moves to an small town full of odd people.

482) Playmakers With Fez (ESPN)
ESPN's first (and probably last) drama about a football team got pulled due to pressure from the NFL, who didn't like the stories about drug abuse, homophobia, etc.

483) Karen Sisco (ABC)
Cancelled after one season. Based on the book "Out of Sight" and later, the J-Lo (sic) movie of the same name.

484) Angel (WB)
Spinoff from "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" lasted 5 seasons.

485) Run of the House (WB)
From the producers of "My So-Called Life", this was a show about a family (single Dad) that moved from MI to AZ, and how siblings try to raise their 15 year old sister. Lasted one season.

486) The Practice (ABC)
After 8 seasons, this legal drama from David. E. Kelley is no more. A spin-off is set to replace "The Practice" in the Fall '04 season. Last episode to air on 5/16/04.

487) 10-8 (ABC)
Aaron Spelling ("Melrose Place", "Beverly Hills 90210") and the producer of "Oz" and "Homicide" made a show about a NY (where else) transplant working as a deputy trainee in the Los Angeles Sheriff's department. Last episode aired on 1/25/04.

488) The Handler (CBS)
Undercover FBI Agents in seedy Los Angeles. Cancelled in it's first season.

489) Law & Order - Crime & Punishment (NBC)
Dick Wolf's reality version of his "Law & Order" series just didn't have "it" like the others...

490) The Dating Experiment (ABC)
Reality TV... Complete strangers give up all control of their lives to be ruled by a mysterious diary, all in the hopes of finding true love. It lasted one season.

491) Sitting Ducks (Cartoon Network)
Michael Bedard would succeed in the art studio, but not on TV. Cancelled Midyear 2004.

492) Primetime Monday (ABC)
This ABC produced news-magazine didn't carry over viewers from its Thursday slot to Monday...

493) Threat Matrix (ABC)
A show about a Special Agent working in Homeland Security. Timely, but not compelling.

494) Wonderfalls (FOX)
Critics loved it - but that's it. From the producers of "Buffy", this drama was cancelled mid-way into it's first season.

495) The Stones (CBS)
This totally un-funny sitcom starred Robert Klein and Judith Light of "Who's The Boss". Cancelled after 3 airings.

496) Century City (CBS)
"The Practice" set in the future (2030). Cancelled on 3/30/04 after 3 airings.

497) It's All Relative (ABC)
ABC's version of "Frasier", which is also going away...

498) The Parkers (UPN)
This African-American show about a mother / daughter relationship lasted 5 seasons. Cancelled 4/19/04

499) Oliver Beene (FOX)
This total rip-off of "The Wonder Years" lasted two seasons. Cancelled 4/23/04

500) Xtreme Dating (Syndicated)
A dating show that was also 'reality TV'. The reality here was that host Jillian Barberie is brutally untalanted and downright annoying. Cancelled 4/23/04

501) Supermarket Sweep (PAX)
This game show that gave contestants a run in a supermarket for the most items in a timed period originally started out on cable ('Family Channel') before ending up on PAX.

502) Living It Up! With Ali & Jack (Syndicated)
Ali Wentworth and Jack Ford starred in this low-rated talk show. Last show (to be) taped on May 27th 2004.

503) Married to the Kelly's (ABC)
Fish out of water comedy about a New Yorker (where else?) that moves to Kansas.

504) 10-8: Officers On Duty (ABC)
Cop show following a bunch of L.A. Sheriffs around didn't last a full season.

505) Ricki Lake (Syndicated)
This daytime talk show lasted 11 seasons somehow...

506) Ask Rita Rudner (Lifetime)
The comedian dolled out her (..ehm) vast knowledge.

507) Making The Band 2 (MTV)
Lasted 3 seasons on MTV - an eternity for this network.

508) Whoopi (NBC)
Crude show starred Whoopi Goldberg. Lasted one season.

509) Happy Family (NBC)
John Larroquette starred in this show about grown-up children outliving their welcome in their parents house. Lasted one season.

510) Hack (CBS)
Show about an ex Philadelphia Cop that gets kicked off the force and is now a cab driver. Lasted one season.

511) I'm With Her (ABC)
Sexy well-known actress falls for a modest school teacher. Lasted one season. Cancelled April, 2004.

512) Baby Bob (CBS)
A talking baby ala "Look Who's Talking". "Bob" was cancelled in 2003, then brought back briefly in mid-2004. Painful to watch...

513) Good Morning Miami (NBC)
Show about a TV producer trying to turn around a low-rated Miami morning show.

514) Line of Fire (ABC)
Show about organized crime as seen from the law and also the criminal. Last show aired 2/03/2004.

515) The D.A. (ABC)
Hour long drama. Lasted one season.

516) The District (CBS)
D.C. based cop show was doing fairly well until the untimely death of one of the show's co-stars.

517) The Jamie Kennedy Show (WB)
A show that pranked people by placing them in odd situations. It had a long run for a WB show.

518) Paradise Hotel (FOX)
Reality show where contestants stayed at a hotel and had to hook-up/share a room in order to stay on the show

519) Forever Eden (FOX)
Another typical reality show bites the dust.

520) Playing It Straight (FOX)
Reality show where the contestant had to find out who was gay and who was straight.

521) It's All Relative (ABC)
Another gay-themed show focused around the gay parents of a female newlywed, and how the male newleywed's family deals with that. Lasted one season. Cancelled April, 2004.

522) My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiance (FOX)
Reality show where the contestant had to con her family into beliving that she was marrying said title for a million bucks.

523) Tracy Morgan (NBC)
Sit-com starred the former SNL co-star. Lasted one season.

524) All about the Andersons (WB)
Flopping actor moves back to his Dad's house with his 8 year old kid. Hilarity doesn't ensue. Lasted one season.

525) The Help (WB)
A 22-year-old woman named Maria is about to become a beautician, and then her mother's illness forces Maria to come home and care for her. Lasted one season.

526) Like Family (WB)
White people move in with black people. "Diff'rent Strokes" it was not. Lasted one season.

527) Game Over (UPN)
Show about a family of video game characters and what they did when no one was playing them. Lasted one season.

528) George Shrinks (PBS)
The cartoon based on William Joyce's book couldn't get any viewers. Cancelled May 4, 2004.

529) Rock Me Baby (UPN)
A radio shock-jock has to deal with his family when he mentions them on the radio. Lasted one season.

530) Miss-Match (NBC)
High profile show starred Alicia Silverstone as a divorce lawyer thrown into professional match making by a socialite that gave her credit for her relationship. Lasted one season.

531) The Man Show (Comedy Central)
After the original hosts left at the end of the 4th season - it should have ended. Lasted five seasons.

532) On-Air with Ryan Seacrest (Syndicated)
Ryan Seacrest of 'American Idol' fame tried his hand at a hip talk show. Lasted one season.

533) Method & Red (FOX)
Two rappers tried doing a sit-com, G. Lasted the summer '04 season.

534) The Guardian (CBS)
Legal show about a troubled lawyer doing community service for drugs. Lasted 4 seasons. Last show aired 5/4/2004.

535) The Days (ABC)
A quirky family deals with normal problems in a humorous and realistic way. Cancelled in August, 2004.

536) Next Action Star (NBC)
"Reality" show that pitted wannabe action movie stars against eachother for a role in a movie. Lasted 8 episodes. Cancelled in August, 2004.

537) Astro Boy (WB)
The cartoon based on the 1963 version of a youthful robot boy didn't pick up any viewers. Cancelled 6/19/2004.

538) Grounded For life (WB)
FOX ran 40 episodes of this sitcom and canned it in 2002. The WB picked it up, but it never took off for them either. Cancelled 10/27/2004.

539) The Jury (FOX)
This drama showed a criminal court jury decision process - then showed if they were right in their decision. Cool idea, but it wasn't given a chance. Cancelled 8/06/2004.

540) Still Life (FOX)
The dead son of a family watches them from beyond... Odd. Cancelled 8/10/2004.

541) The Complex: Malibu (FOX)
Reality show where couples are placed in Malibu and redecorate a house. Cancelled 10/08/2004.

542) Hawaii (NBC)
Cop show based in Hawaii relied on the scenery more than the story. Cancelled 10/19/2004.

543) Dr. Vegas (CBS)
Rob Lowe starred as a casino doctor in Las Vegas. Officially 'on hiatus' (TV Purgatory), but will likely be cancelled due to poor ratings.

544) Drew Carey's Green Screen (WB)
Drew's latest version of "Who's Line" got the axe due to low ratings.

545) Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn (Comedy Central)
Colin Quinn hosted this late night show where celebs, usually comedians, debated and joked on serious issues.

546) Life With Bonnie (ABC)
Bonnie Hunt vehicle showcasing her improvisational skills in a sit-com setting. Cancelled April 2004.

547) The Division (Lifetime)
A drama about a team of all-female Felony Division police officers. Cancelled June 2004.

548) Rugrats (Nick)
Nickelodeon's longest running Nicktoon gets the axe after 13 years on the air. Cancelled June 2004.

549) McEnroe (CNBC)
Tennis star John McEnroe's talk show never took off, and even scored a 0.0 rating on multiple occasions. The last show will air on December 17th, 2004.

550) Yakkity Yak (Nick)
This Nicktoon was cancelled due to extremely low ratings. Cancelled 2004.

551) Clubhouse (CBS)
Still listed as "on hiatus", this Aaron Spelling (Beverly hills 90210) show had a great cast (Christopher lloyd & Mare Winnigham). A show about a 16 year old boy working as a bat-boy, and learning how to balance his baseball life with his home life.

552) My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss (FOX)
'MBFOB' never returned from "hiatus". This spin-off of "My Big Fat Obnoxiuos Finace'" didn't catch on, and was pulled for sweeps.

553) Mutant X (Syndicated)
Marvel Studios produced this action-drama about mutants possessing extraordinary powers as a result of genetic experimentations gone wrong.

554) Crossfire (CNN)
One of CNN's longest running shows featuring left/right gassbags screaming at eachother is no more.

555) LAX (NBC)
Heather Locklear and Blair Underwood starred in this drama centering around the infamous Los Angeles airport. Cancelled in January, 2005.

556) The Mountain (WB)
A show about a family that owns a ski resort. Critics liked it, viewers never found it. Cancelled in January, 2005.

557) Center of the Universe (CBS)
John Goodman, Jean Smart, Olympia Dukakis and Ed Asner starred in a not-so-good sitcom that lasted 12 episodes. Cancelled in January, 2005.

558) Touching Evil (USA)
Knockoff of a British TV Series about an FBI agent that loses his inhibitions after being shot in the head. Cancelled in January, 2005.

559) Star Trek: Enterprise (UPN)
Scott Bakula starred as the Captain in this go-round. Cancelled due to low ratings after 4 seasons. Last show to air on May 13, 2005.

560) Life as we know it (ABC)
Show about teenagers in Seattle. Kelly Osbourne (Ozzy's kid) starred in this low-rated coming of age show.

561) The Will (CBS)
Reality show featured ten friends and family members of Arizona multi-millionaire Bill Long competing for the inheritance rights to his huge Kansas ranch. Lasted only 1 show. Cancelled January 11, 2005.

562) Complete Savages (ABC)
Mel Gibson produced this show about a Firefighter that is raising 5 sons. Lasted 1 season.

563) The Benefactor (ABC)
Dallas Mavericks owner and tech billionaire Mark Cuban's nock-off of Trumps' show 'The Apprectice' didn't find an audience. Lasted 4 shows. Cancelled October 25, 2004.

564) BIG (Discovery)
A team had seven days to build world record sized items from scratch. Some of them were a popcorn popper, a motorcycle, a blender, and a barbecue. All of them had to work. Some of them were awarded a Guinness world record. - Lasted 13 Episodes. Cancelled December, 2004.

565) Father of the Pride (NBC)
CGI-animated show featuring John Goodman and Carl Reiner. Lasted 11 Episodes. Cancelled December, 2004.

566) Second Time Around (UPN)
Real life couple Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Parker ("Soul Food") starred in this sit-com about a divorced couple hooking up. Cancelled January, 2005.

567) "Who's Your Daddy?" (FOX)
FOX has made a fool of themselves with this heavy controversial Adoption Agency show. Cancelled after the pilot January 2005.

568) Good Day Live (Syndicated)
Los Angeles based lacal news/infotainment show "Good Day L.A." syndicated an hour version of their show for mid-days. What's popular in L.A. isn't necessarily what is popular elsewhere... Lasted 3 seasons. Last show to air on March 18, 2005.

569) North Shore (FOX)
Prime-time soap opera that took place in a Hawaiian resort hotel. Cancelled in March, 2005.

570) Jonny Zero (FOX)
From the creators of "E.R.", this was about a former bouncer at a mob-club who is now working for the F.B.I. Critics loved it... Cancelled in March, 2005.

571) NYPD Blue (ABC)
The first show to have brief nudity on network TV lasted 12 years. A recurring storyline cop show from Steven Bochco that showed the lives of NYC cops, flaws and all.

572) The Jane Pauley Show (Syndicated)
The former "Today" and "Dateline" anchor's talk show was cancelled in it's first season due to low ratings. Un-aired shows will air until summer 2005.

573) Point Pleasant (FOX)
Creepy girl with amnesia of sorts comes to town looking for her Mom and turns the town upside down. Cancelled in its first season in March 2005.

574) Third Watch (NBC)
Another NYC based show about cops, paramedics and firefighters. Cancelled in its sixth season in March 2005.

575) Pat Croce: Moving In (Syndicated)
A half hour talk show featuring a motivational speaker (Croce) giving positive advice to families with problems. Cancelled in its first season in March 2005.

576) Life & Style (Syndicated)
Female targeted daytime show about makeovers and that sort of thing. Starred Jules Asner of "E! Entertainment Television" fame. Cancelled in its first season in March 2005.

577) Dead Like Me (Showtime)
Showtime cut their original programming budget and cancelled this sci-fi series. Cancelled in March 2005.

578) JAG (CBS)
After ten seasons, this long running military law drama started losing viewers. Cancelled in April 2005.

579) The Larry Elder Show (Syndicated)
Talk show featured L.A. radio talker doing a 'positive' show. Cancelled in April 2005.

580) Ambush Makeover (Syndicated)
People were "ambushed" on the street and given beauty makeovers. Obnoxious to say the least. Cancelled in April 2005.

581) Carnivale (HBO)
When Daniel Knauf, the show's creator, signs a deal with rival network Showtime, it's no surprise that HBO pulled this low rated show. Set in Dust Bowl-era America, this was a show about a mysterious traveling carnival with it's characters having supernatural powers. Cancelled in May 2005.

582) Dennis Miller (CNBC)
One-time funnyman Dennis Miller's talker was axed due to literally no ratings...! Cancelled in May 2005.

583) 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter (ABC)
This show soldiered on after the death of it's star John Ritter by adding David Spade and James Garner and dealing with the death of Ritter's character. Cancelled in May 2005.

584) American Dreams (NBC)
This period show set in the termiol of the 1960s won emmys, but never was able to gain viewers. Cancelled in May 2005.

585) Project Greenlight (Bravo)
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's movie making reality series was set-up to "find the next Spielberg" Cancelled in May 2005.

586) Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)
Ray Romano's successful sit-com based on his stand-up comedy act ends its long nine season run on May 16th, 2005. Ended in May 2005.

587) My Wife and Kids (ABC)
Damon Wayans starred in this family comedy. Cancelled in May 2005.

588) "The Contender" (NBC)
Boxing "reality" show created by Mark Burnett and Sylvester Stallone never was able to get viewers. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

589) "Law and Order, Trial by Jury" (NBC)
The late Jerry Orbach was to carry this show reprising his "Lenny" character from the first "Law & Order". When Orbach died, this show didn't stand a chance. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

590) "Listen Up" (NBC)
Jason Alexander starred in this sit-com based on real-life sports columnist Tony Kornheiser. The "Seinfeld" curse strikes again... Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

591) "Joan of Arcadia" (CBS)
Teenage girl has conversations with God, who shows up in various forms/people. Emmy award winning show couldn't attract a lot of viewers. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

592) "Judging Amy" (CBS)
Divorced single Mom lawyer becomes a juvenile court judge in Connecticut. Starred Tyne Daly and Amy Brenneman - who's real-life mother was the inspiration for this show. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

593) "Committed" (NBC)
An "opposites attract" story based sit-com. Lasted a half-season. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

594) "Medical Investigation" (NBC)
A show about Feds that track and wipe out outbreaks of unexplained and fearful diseases. Lasted one season. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

595) "Jack and Bobby" (WB)
A show that follows the life of a future great American President as a child. Lasted one season. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

596) "Celebrity Justice" (Syndicated)
A show that tracked the legal problems of celebrities in tabloid form. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

597) "60 Minutes-Wednesday" (CBS)
Wednedsay evening edition of the otherwise popular news magazine couldn't get viewers to watch. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

598) "Tru Calling" (FOX)
Tru Davies, A morgue worker, can see how people were killed - and can go back 12 hours to try and help bad things to not happen. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

599) "Kelsey Grammer Presents The Sketch Show" (FOX)
Kelsey Grammers painfully horrible sketch show couldn't get enough viewers. Cancelled in April 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!

600) "Blind Justice" (ABC)
This was a cop show about a hero cop that was blinded from a heroic deed, and is still 'on the beat'. Lasted one season. Cancelled in May 2005. Discuss it In Our Forum - Click Here!




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