Top 10 Animated Series To Never Have A Full Complete SeasonThese are shows that are either so bad they couldn't continue to produce to to negative reception or low ratings vise versa let's see if you have heard of these yourself shall we.
The Top Ten
This show deserved every bit of its cancellation. - phillysports
''The series followed the adventures of 7-year-old Allen Gregory, a snooty and pretentious kid who is suddenly forced to begin attending public school after his wealthy dads are hit by the financial recession. Unfortunately for Allen, viewers were repelled by him just as much as his fellow students were, and it was canceled after airing seven episodes.'' - htoutlaws2012
Awe yes Clerks I, and II were awesome comedy films by Kevin Smith great indie classics and what comes with the success giving it its cartoon version of the film. Exactly what would of happened if it made it through a season would the audience want more, but most shows never survive ABC it seems like rarely do they. - htoutlaws2012
''This underwater Hanna-Barbera spoof of hardboiled detective yarns didn’t lack for pedigree. viewers weren’t, uh, hooked by the investigations of a gilled gumshoe; three ratings-challenged episodes into the six-episode season, CBS flushed Fish Police.'' It's a mix of two shows The Maxx without the comic-ness at all, and inspired in some ways Sealab 2021 because its trying to be a parody of an old forgotten Hanna Barbers cartoon from the 60's, but seeing it was on CBS at the time of course it failed big time. - htoutlaws2012
''They were trying to set up a Simpsons for the PlayStation 2 era, but failed: Only six episodes of the UPN project were produced, and only five made it to air.'' Granted the show was severely dated, but the voice talent was fairly impressive for its time. Could it have been better sure, but what channel would of picked it up? - htoutlaws2012
It was in the realm of Dilbert a comic strip comedy type show, but never saw the daylight somehow probably for which the WB was on its death bed at the time so this show never could escape the time slot it was in regardless, and somehow channels never picked it up. The strange thing about this show is that it cancelled the first season never getting a full season, but conspiracy is they had a second season already in and ready to go but never aired due to the occurrence. - htoutlaws2012
I loved the movie, and I don't get why you needed a cartoon about it. I remember the premiere and still going why did this need to be made it's a lot like Clerks why was this needed for if you weren't really into the idea to begin with? - htoutlaws2012
I thought it was a pretty good show, just not as good as the movie. - JCHOW
''A cartoon so unloved that it never even made its way onto the internet. Good luck finding the only two episodes ever to air of NBC’s Sammy, an animated series that made the mistake of thinking people wanted to see a sitcom based loosely on the life of David Spade.'' Yeah that's pretty much the show in a nutshell, but he ended up doing the more memorable Emperor's New Groove that same year so not all bad, but this show didn't exactly get the audience on NBC dominated by much better Sitcoms. - htoutlaws2012
''The most generous of critics believed it had the potential to gradually flesh out the characters, but realistically, the humor was all dick jokes and misfired provocations.'' Awe I fought the show was good, but I can understand killing it off just because of the weird surrounding t has compared to now like Gumball with real life picture and the animation I always felt seemed out of place for an animated series. - htoutlaws2012
Why this? Mr Bean Rocks!
Hard to believe this is the only work of Brad Bird's that went no where else, but his career in animated films turned the tide while this was a blunderbuss catastrophe, however audience, and critics say it wasn't that bad of a show... I'm just gonna judge based on what went better down the road, and seeing his directed the likes of Incredibles, Ratatouille, and The Iron Giant case closed. - htoutlaws2012
''A 10-episode realization of the goofy world the Magliozzis had built out of bad advice, worse puns, and 30-odd years of their flagship radio program, Car Talk.'' An obscure show that had interest, but really didn't interest that many viewers much. - htoutlaws2012
This show did have two seasons therefore does not count compared to others. - htoutlaws2012