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Before being canceled, HBO TV-series won eight Emmys and one Golden Globe! “Deadwood” is a typical western and is set in the 1870s in South Dakota.
It started in 2004, lasted for three seasons and was canceled in 2006. There are rumors that the show will be aired again.
Flight of the Conchords
In the “Flight of the Conchords,” two men from New Zealand form a band and try to find success on the US music scene.
It was probably the funniest TV-show of HBO, but “Flight of the Conchords” was canceled after the two-season life.
Source: The Independent
The show was starring Karen Gillan and Henry Cho on ABC. The story follows a young lady, who is obsessed with social media platforms (Instagram). She thinks she can achieve fame by posting selfies.
The show was canceled by ABC on November 7, 2014.
Freaks and Geeks
The show centers on school life of teenager girl Lindsay Weir and her brother Sam in suburban Michigan. They belong to two different groups: Lindsay to “freaks” and Sam to “geeks.”
It aired 1 season in 1999, but it can be hardly called a whole season, as it has only 15 episodes. And look at the cast! James Franco, Jason Segel, Seth Rogen!
Unfortunately, it was canceled though it received multiple Emmy nominations.
“Futurama” follows the human man Fry, who accidentally froze and traveled from 1999 to the futuristic world of 2999. The TV-show lasted for 7 seasons. It was stopped in 2003 and began to air again in 2009.
In 2013, “Futurama” was dead again. We do hope that it will return with new adventures of our beloved characters.
Source: io9 – Gizmodo
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