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Canceled Too Soon

Some TV shows last for years, others are canceled too soon! Professional critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold review television series that lasted only one season (or one episode) in this epic ongoing podcast.
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Welcome to Canceled Too Soon, the podcast that only reviews TV shows that lasted one season or less! Every week, your hosts William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold will guide you through television's strangest missteps, and decide once and for all if they were... canceled too soon!

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Nov 27, 2016

The old MACGYVER ran for seven seasons and two tv movies. The new MACGYVER is one of the biggest hits of the 2016 television season. But between those two action series, all but forgotten to history, was YOUNG MACGYVER... a failed pilot starring SUPERNATURAL's Jared Padalecki as the scientist secret agent's nephew, who makes life-saving gadgets out of portable propane stoves because he's MacGyver, and participates in ill-advised fast food eating contests because he's "young."

The ABC series YOUNG MACGYVER never went to series, but could it be that this series was... CANCELED TOO SOON? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they analyze the myth of MACGYVER, decide what makes a tv series "MacGyver" or not, and decide just how lame "cool" kids from the early 2000s really were. (They also announce the winner of their first-ever sweepstakes, who will get to pick a one-season wonder tv series this podcast will cover in the coming weeks.)

Follow us on Twitter at @CanceledCast, "Like" us at Facebook.com/CanceledTooSoon, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold. If you like what you hear, subscribe to The B-Movies Podcast for Bibbs and Witney's weekly movie news, reviews and in-depth celebrity interviews!

Do you have a suggestion for a TV show that was "canceled too soon" (i.e. lasted only one season or less)? Email us at: bmoviespodcast@gmail.com

Theme Song: "Canceled Too Soon," Courtesy of Heptagon

Nov 22, 2016

An Irish prostitute has been found murdered, and the Russian mafia, the prince of England, a mentally unstable tailor and Billy Zane are somehow involved. When an American teenager gets fingered, everybody goes nuts and nobody is innocent. That's the set-up for GUILT, the short-lived mystery series from Freeform that tried to be the next SCANDAL but wound up playing more like JIM HENSON'S DYNASTY BABIES.

To top it all off, GUILT ended on a huge cliffhanger. So was it CANCELED TOO SOON? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they untangle all the threads from this violent tapestry of unlaundered brassieres, unveil the secrets of the show, and figure out where it would have gone if the show had continued. Why couldn't GUILT find an audience? And should we feel guilty that it didn't?

Follow us on Twitter at @CanceledCast, "Like" us at Facebook.com/CanceledTooSoon, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold. If you like what you hear, subscribe to The B-Movies Podcast for Bibbs and Witney's weekly movie news, reviews and in-depth celebrity interviews!

Do you have a suggestion for a TV show that was "canceled too soon" (i.e. lasted only one season or less)? Email us at: bmoviespodcast@gmail.com

Theme Song: "Canceled Too Soon," Courtesy of Heptagon

Nov 14, 2016

Before the Marvel Studios movies you know and love, there were a lot of Marvel superhero movies that nobody remembers. Case in point: DOCTOR STRANGE, a 1978 made-for-tv movie starring Peter Hooten (ORCA) as an oversexed psychologist who does battle with Lurch from THE ADDAMS FAMILY and Jessica Walter, the mom from ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT, who plans to seduce him for Cthlulhu (more or less).

The TV movie based on DOCTOR STRANGE never became a series, but was it... canceled too soon? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they look back at this odd Marvel superhero novelty item, and as as they debate demonic social circles and wonder where popular culture officially went wrong.

Follow us on Twitter at @CanceledCast, "Like" us at Facebook.com/CanceledTooSoon, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold. If you like what you hear, subscribe to The B-Movies Podcast for Bibbs and Witney's weekly movie news, reviews and in-depth celebrity interviews!

Do you have a suggestion for a TV show that was "canceled too soon" (i.e. lasted only one season or less)? Email us at: bmoviespodcast@gmail.com

Theme Song: "Canceled Too Soon," Courtesy of Heptagon

Nov 6, 2016

Sam and Max are a dog and a rabbity thing. They are freelance police. And they are completely insane. The award-winning comic strip by Steve Purcell became a series of hit video games from LucasArts and Telltale Games and, from 1997 to 1998, an animated Saturday morning cartoon series that ripped rationality a new one and riddled kids full of wildly inappropriate humor. It was SAM AND MAX: FREELANCE POLICE!!!, and it didn't last.

But was SAM AND MAX: FREELANCE POLICE!!!... canceled too soon? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they take a look back at the cult favorite cartoon series, and hold court over whether SAM AND MAX was ahead of its time or too maddening for its own good. The answers aren't going to come easily, folks. (And then there was the time Witney swallowed a wallet!)

Follow us on Twitter at @BMoviesPodcast, "Like" us at Facebook.com/CanceledTooSoon, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold. If you like what you hear, subscribe to The B-Movies Podcast for Bibbs and Witney's weekly movie news, reviews and in-depth celebrity interviews!

Do you have a suggestion for a TV show that was "canceled too soon" (i.e. lasted only one season or less)? Email us at: bmoviespodcast@gmail.com

Theme Song: "Canceled Too Soon," Courtesy of Heptagon

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