Top Ten Nickelodeon and Disney Shows That Were Canceledpstbmd
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Best show ever to come out of Disney. Look it up.V 1 Comment
This wasn't cancelled when it should be
I hate this show hate it
I was so happy when this got cancelled
Cancelled because an actor was jealous of another...
Cough cough, Ariana Grande. Yeah Ariana Grande is also the reason why Victorious got cancelled. - Anonymousxcxc
That is not the reason they cancelled the show. The reason they cancelled the show was the producers wanted to do a lot of episodes the producers wanted to do 40 episodes and the 2 actresses on the show did not want to do 40 episodes so they show up late and goofed off a lot. Look it up. - hughpuppies
Dumbest show ever!
What a stupid show.I like victorious and Icarly betterV 4 Comments
Loved the show why did they have to cancel it
Best show that ever started
I hate it when theycancel my favorite shows
To make the T.V. show Jesse. Debby Ryan could not have played on this show and Jesse. - hughpuppies
I liked this show...it was funny and it came out when I was able to understand everything on it so I watched as much as I could of this show and when it ended I was sad there wouldn't be no more musical funniness left
Jumped the shark when they left the original school.
I hated this show! I'm glad it ended.
I like the smart girlV 2 Comments
I love that show to bad it was cancelled :(
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3. Rugrats (Nickelodeon)
2. The Ren & Stimpy Show (Nickelodeon)
3. BrainSurge (Nickelodeon)