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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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May 9, 2016

William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold journey into the subatomic world of a popcorn kernel, where a sexy robot tells scary stories in PERVERSIONS OF SCIENCE, a spin-off of the popular HBO series TALES FROM THE CRYPT that only lasted for one season.

Was HBO right to cancel PERVERSIONS OF SCIENCE, or was it canceled too soon? Our hosts guide you through every episode of this forgotten anthology series, and rank all ten episodes from worst to best. Some of them are brilliant, some of them are awful, and a lot of them feature weird guest stars like Paul Williams, Wil Wheaton, Sean Astin, Elizabeth Berkeley, Jason Lee, Kevin Pollack, William Shatner and POOCHINSKI's own George Newbern!

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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: "Dark Wizard Love," Courtesy of Clutch Douglass

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