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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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Feb 19, 2017

They're some of the most popular superheroes ever created, but before a hit animated series and blockbuster film franchise turned the X-Men into a household name, they were featured in PRYDE OF THE X-MEN, a pilot episode for a different animated series that failed to take off. Back in the late 1980s/early 1990s, X-MEN was one of the most legendary failed pilots ever, even though it got a lot of things wrong, like making Logan (a.k.a. Wolverine) really, really, REALLY... Australian?

But was X-MEN... canceled too soon? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they take you back in time to when Saturday morning cartoons ruled the landscape, when Marvel made MUPPET BABIES and when an impressively animated show like PRYDE OF THE X-MEN just wasn't good enough (apparently). Weird details, unexpected trivia and lots of overthinking it abound in this all new episode of CANCELED TOO SOON!

Follow us on Twitter at @CanceledCast, "Like" us at Facebook.com/CanceledTooSoon, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold. And 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)? You can email us at bmoviespodcast@gmail.com, or you can head over to our Amazon Wish List to send us more exciting one season wonders that we can review on the show!

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Feb 13, 2017

After BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER got canceled, fans found a new destination for teen supernatural horror: POINT PLEASANT, a soap opera about the antichrist, co-created by Marti Noxon (BUFFY) and John J. McLaughlin (BLACK SWAN), starring Elizabeth Harnois, Grant Show, Dina Meyer and - before they got really famous - Aaron Paul and Jon Hamm. It's a strange series, full of teen angst and religious anxiety, and nowadays it's got quite a cult following.

POINT PLEASANT was originally canceled after only eight episodes, but was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are here to analyze all the sexy subplots, ponder the significance of apocalyptic imagery, complain about the stupid dance competition episode, and debate whether POINT PLEASANT was a soap opera that got hijacked by horror storylines, or a horror show that spent too much time trying to be a soap opera.

Follow us on Twitter at @CanceledCast, "Like" us at Facebook.com/CanceledTooSoon, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold. And 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)? You can email us at bmoviespodcast@gmail.com, or you can head over to our Amazon Wish List to send us more exciting one season wonders that we can review on the show!

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Feb 6, 2017

You know SAILOR MOON, COWBOY BEBOP and NEON GENESIS EVANGELION, but do you recall the most culty anime series of all? It was called DRAGON HALF, its four episode OVA release was canceled after just two episodes, and it's developed an enormous reputation for being funny as hell thanks to anime fans around the world.

But was this satirical saga about a half-girl, half-dragon on a quest to romance a singing dragon slayer... CANCELED TOO SOON? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are joined this week by author and artist Michelle Lopes to explain what the heck this wacky anime series was, how the anime medium works, and why DRAGON HALF is still remembered to this day. It's a weird and wild show packed with pop culture jokes and naughty fan service, and we think you're going to be fascinated by it.

Follow us on Twitter at @CanceledCast, "Like" us at Facebook.com/CanceledTooSoon, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold. Follow our special guest Michelle Lopes at @SpasticSnap and download her book THE DOG NEXT DOOR AND OTHER DISTURBANCES on Amazon! And 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)? You can email us at bmoviespodcast@gmail.com, or you can head over to our Amazon Wish List to send us more exciting one season wonders that we can review on the show!

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Jan 30, 2017

You must remember this: a kiss is just a kiss, a sigh is just a sigh, and nothing is sacred in Hollywood. Even the classic drama CASABLANCA became a short-lived television series (for the second time) courtesy of NBC and the producer of WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY in 1983, starring David Soul (STARSKY AND HUTCH), Hector Elizondo (PRETTY WOMAN) and a young Ray Liotta (GOODFELLAS). 

Maybe a television prequel to CASABLANCA was a good idea, maybe it wasn't, but was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold take you on a trip back to the 1980s (and the 1940s) to relive the wonders of the original CASABLANCA and not-so-wonders of the tv series, which only lasted five episodes. Was it because they kept remaking the same episode over and over and over and over again? Maybe. Was it because this series makes more sense as a sequel than a prequel? Maybe...

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)? You can email us at bmoviespodcast@gmail.com, or you can head over to our Amazon Wish List to send us more exciting one season wonders that we can review on the show!

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Jan 15, 2017

It's one of the weirdest shows in the history of television, about a hero based explicitly on Donald Trump, who buys a haunted mansion in the Caribbean and teams up with the ghost of a black pirate who was lynched for freeing slaves. Together they jump in their high-tech superboat and solve crimes in THE 100 LIVES OF BLACK JACK SAVAGE, a series brought to you by Walt Disney, super-producer Stephen J. Cannell (creator of THE A-TEAM and 21 JUMP STREET), and writers Glen Morgan and James Wong (THE X-FILES, FINAL DESTINATION).

It's one of the most confusing, bizarre, and at least arguably racist and sexist television shows we've ever seen. But was THE 100 LIVES OF BLACK JACK SAVAGE... canceled too soon? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are here to guide you through all seven episodes of this forgotten curiosity, point out all the incredible ways this series presaged the rise of Donald Trump, and wonder aloud at how a show with monsters that look like the back half of a rat with chicken talons ever made it to the air in the first place.

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)? You can email us at bmoviespodcast@gmail.com, or you can head over to our Amazon Wish List to send us more exciting one season wonders that we can review on the show!

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Jan 8, 2017

What happens when you get the director of GREMLINS and the author of THE ALIENIST together? You get a STAR TREK knockoff called THE OSIRIS CHRONICLES, about a band of rebels trying to fight off an invading army of enlightened philosophers who just want everyone to be nice to each other. It's an outer space series that never got off the ground, but which was eventually released as a Made-For-TV movie called THE WARLORD: BATTLE FOR THE GALAXY.

But was Joe Dante's and Caleb Carr's subversive STAR TREK riff... CANCELED TOO SOON? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are here to analyze this television oddity and determine once and for all whether THE WARLORD: BATTLE FOR THE GALAXY (a.k.a. THE OSIRIS CHRONICLES) deserved a bigger audience, and wonder why the warlord of an entire planet always hangs out on a staircase instead of getting himself an office.

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)? You can email us at bmoviespodcast@gmail.com, or you can head over to our Amazon Wish List to send us more exciting one season wonders that we can review on the show!

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Jan 2, 2017

Not every AMC series is as successful as MAD MEN, BREAKING BAD and THE WALKING DEAD. Case in point: RUBICON, an ambitious espionage series starring James Badge Dale (IRON MAN THREE) that only lasted one short season in 2010, and which completely switched gears after the pilot episode, transforming from a conspiracy thriller into a workplace drama that occasionally remembered it used to be a conspiracy thriller.

Critics loved it, audiences ignored it, and now the time has to come to ask if RUBICON really was CANCELED TOO SOON. Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they unravel RUBICON's mysteries, bicker about the characters, grouse about the show's anticlimactic "conclusion" and, finally, read and respond to more of your letters.

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

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Dec 24, 2016

The success of HBO's GAME OF THRONES has led to a lot of expensive, epic, violent and sex-filled television shows, but none were less successful than OF KINGS AND PROPHETs, the ABC series that told the story of King Saul (Ray Winstone) and David (Olly Rix), was expected to be a huge audience draw, and which only lasted two episodes.

Who could have foreseen the failure of OF KINGS AND PROPHETS? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are here to take a close look at this biblical misfire, to analyze its place in religious cinema, and to consider OF KINGS AND PROPHETS deserved to last more than two measly episodes.

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

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Dec 18, 2016

Before there was HBO's WESTWORLD, and after there was Michael Crichton's WESTWORLD, there was the short-lived television series BEYOND WESTWORLD. Jim McMullan and Connie Selecca star as Delos agents who are tracking down realistic robots that have been unleashed on the world by a mad scientist, played by James Wainwright. Will they be able to foil his nefarious scheme to take over nuclear submarines, football teams and rock bands?

We'll never know, because unlike the HBO series, BEYOND WESTWORLD was canceled after only three episodes. But was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are on the case, reviewing all five BEYOND WESTWORLD installments, including two that were filmed but never shown on television! Listen up and you'll find out if BEYOND WESTWORLD as really weird as it sounds, and whether it holds a candle to the original movie or to the acclaimed HBO series.

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

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Dec 11, 2016

What did Leonard Nimoy do after the STAR TREK television series but before the STAR TREK movies? He was BAFFLED! It's a feature-length pilot for an NBC mystery series, in which Leonard Nimoy plays a psychic race car driver solving mysteries in a weird Agatha Christie-like house, along with an alluring female companion played by Susan Hampshire.

This funky fantasy never went to series, but was BAFFLED!... canceled too soon? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they probe the pilot of BAFFLED! for its many secrets, ponder the sultry sensuality of Leonard Nimoy, read some of your emails and fall down the never-ending rabbit hole of fan theories.

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

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Dec 4, 2016

It's one of the most infamous shows in TV history, a series that only lasted four episodes in 1996 before ratings and controversy shut it down. It's PROFIT, a cynical and disturbing drama about a sociopathic businessman who will stop at nothing to get ahead, indulging in sex, drugs, murder, blackmail and worse to become President of Acquisitions at a multibillionaire company. Critics raved, audiences refused, and one of our most requested episodes was born.

But was PROFIT really canceled too soon? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they audit this cult classic series, and decide once and for all if PROFIT was really ahead of its time... and how it's currently way behind the times today. Was it insightful or shallow? Empowering or sexist? And where would the story of PROFIT have gone if the show continued, and how close did we really come to a crossover between PROFIT and ANGEL? (Here's a hint: closer than you'd think!)

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Oct 29, 2016

In the 1980s and 1990s, Gary Larson's THE FAR SIDE was one of the most popular comic strips in the world, selling books and calendars and infiltrating the pop culture consciousness. The strip was such a hit that CBS produced a Halloween special in 1994, just a few months before Gary Larson retired, and it was a morbid and experimental animated short filled with death and dismemberment.

It may not have been a TV series, but nobody talks about TALES FROM THE FAR SIDE anymore, it's out of print on home video, and it never shows up on television. So was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold talk you through the strange THE FAR SIDE animated show that brings Gary Larson's popular comic strips to life, and adds macabre new tales to its legacy.

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

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Oct 24, 2016

Wes Craven, the master of horror, was famous for creating classic horror movies like A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, SCREAM and THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT. He was significantly less famous for co-creating NIGHTMARE CAFE, a 1992 television series starring Jack Coleman (HEROES), Lindsay Frost (CROSSING JORDAN) and Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger himself) as employees of a magic nightmare cafe that travels around the world meting out paranormal poetic justice.

NIGHTMARE CAFE has an impressive pedigree but only six episodes to its credit, so was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they delve into every episode of NIGHTMARE CAFE, try to solve its unknown mysteries, examine the show's strange quasi-connection to DOCTOR WHO, and ponder the legacy of the late, great Wes Craven.

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

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Oct 15, 2016

It's not just a film, it's a legend. In the year 2000, the feature-length Halloween special CRY BABY LANE debuted on Nickelodeon and was immediately pulled off the airwaves, allegedly after parents complained that the film - about a young boy who accidentally raises the ghost of a conjoined, but severed twin - was too violent for children. CRY BABY LANE vanished for years, becoming a horrifying creepypasta in the process. 

But was it... canceled too soon? Your hosts William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are joined by Rebekah McKendry from Blumhouse.com and the Shock Waves podcast to examine this spooky-wooky Halloween special and decide once and for all if the creepypasta is real. Is CRY BABY LANE the most terrifying film in history, or was it just a weird and forgotten experiment from the hallowed halls of Nickelodeon?

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

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Oct 9, 2016

Why was there never a LOST BOYS or MONSTER SQUAD television series? It's probably because DRACULA: THE SERIES had it covered. This one season wonder co-starred Mia Kirshner (THE L WORD) and Geraint Wyn Davies (FOREVER KNIGHT), and was about a pair of plucky American kids living with their uncle Gustav Van Helsing, next door to "Alexander Lucard," a.k.a. Dracula. They fight the forces of darkness by breaking into Dracula's house every single week, foiling the evil hell beast's plans to buy failing movie houses, hire Brooklyn psychics, and eat all the poppy seeds he can handle.

DRACULA: THE SERIES was a weird, weird show, but was it... canceled too soon? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they exhume every single episode of this mostly forgotten horror series, try to figure what the heck a "time hole" is, and read a few of your letters. Was DRACULA: THE SERIES a cult classic that doesn't have a cult yet, or does it deserve to fall into the cracks of history? You'll find out in this week's episode!

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

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Oct 2, 2016

The witch is going on strike unless her demands are met in THE HALLOWEEN THAT ALMOST WASN'T, a.k.a. THE NIGHT DRACULA SAVED THE WORLD, an award-winning holiday special from 1979 that aired on the Disney Channel every year until the mid-1990s. It's a goofy short that stars Judd Hirsch as Dracula, Mariette Hartley as The Witch and Henry Gibson as Igor, and to some of us, it's a nostalgic classic.

But was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? This Halloween special may not have been a pilot for a television series but it used to play in heavy rotation each October, and now it's hard to find. Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold are taking a look back at THE HALLOWEEN THAT ALMOST WASN'T to see it lives up to its reputation, or if it's just too ridiculous to work as entertainment today.

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

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Sep 25, 2016

One year after the cancelation of TWIN PEAKS, the incredible team of David Lynch and Mark Frost got back together for a television series that didn't take America by storm. It was called ON THE AIR, and it reunited many of the cast members from TWIN PEAKS to help tell the story of a wacky 1950s variety show that becomes a hit entirely by accident.

It's one of the strangest sitcoms in television history, but was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they look back at the career of David Lynch, and analyze every episode of ON THE AIR episode by episode to find out where it belongs in the filmmaker's canon, and decide once and for all whether it's genuinely funny or just plain odd. 

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!

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Sep 18, 2016

They were created to convince kids to wear their seat belts, but they wound up making car crashes look freakin' awesome. They were THE INCREDIBLE CRASH DUMMIES, a group of wisecracking robots who could explode and put themselves back together again. The toys were a big hit, there was even a video game, and yet the odd pop culture legacy of THE INCREDIBLE CRASH DUMMIES probably hit its apex in 1993 with an animated special, co-written by BETTER OFF DEAD director "Savage" Steve Holland.

Did THE INCREDIBLE CRASH DUMMIES deserve to wind up in the fiery wreckage of television history, or was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they look at this truly strange one-off TV special and decide if the world would have been a better place if more episodes had been produced, and as they try to figure out how the heck the plot of THE INCREDIBLE CRASH DUMMIES makes any sense whatsoever.

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

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Sep 11, 2016

Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and HBO. You might think that if you put them all together you'd get the best TV series ever made. Instead you got VINYL, an ambitious and expensive drama about the music industry in the 1970s, which had an impressive cast and an amazing soundtrack, and which only lasted one season before getting canceled.

But was VINYL... canceled too soon? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they dissect the show and figure out what went right, what went wrong, and why VINYL seems so distractingly familiar to fans of MAD MEN and THE NEWSROOM.

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

Sep 4, 2016

It was 1975, and Warner Bros. had to do SOMETHING with BLAZING SADDLES or else they'd lose the rights. Their solution: shoot four whole seasons of a sitcom spin-off called BLACK BART, starring future Academy Award-winner Louis Gossett Jr., and only air a single episode. Loopholes! You gotta love 'em!

BLACK BART is one of the weirdest series in TV history, but was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they delve into the strange saga of BLACK BART, and decide once and for all if the show deserved to be shelved forever or if it deserved to be seen.

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

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Aug 28, 2016

Before there was WALKER, TEXAS RANGER, there was CHUCK NORRIS: KARATE KOMMANDOS! Back in 1986, martial arts superstar Chuck Norris hosted and starred in this action-adventure series about the animated adventures of Chuck Norris and Chuck Norris's sidekicks, like Kimo the Samurai Warrior, Tabe the Sumo Champion (he really likes food!) and the world's most annoying sidekick, Too Much.

Together, they are CHUCK NORRIS: KARATE KOMMANDOS, and they fight The Claw and The Super Ninja, who has a lifelong grudge against Chuck Norris for reasons never revealed, because CHUCK NORRIS: KARATE KOMMANDOS only lasted five episodes.

So was it... CANCELED TOO SOON? Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they overanalyze every episode of this ridiculous 1980s kids show and ponder the lasting popularity of Chuck Norris himself.

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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