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Canceled Too Soon

By William Bibbiani

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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 the strangest missteps in television, and decide once and for all if these TV series were... canceled too soon!

Customer Reviews

Always good

Everything these guys do is pure gold!
... Well, there was Tony Delgado and The Shunting...
But we're not going to talk about those!
I can't wait to see what all treasures these stupendous critics and downright cool dudes will plunder in this new podcast series.

Amazing spin off show!

When I heard the two guys from b movies podcast were doing a television podcast, I was hesitant. They interrupt each other so much over a couple of movie reviews that a whole season of television would probably lead to a ten hour podcast. I listened and I loved it! They really go in depth with an analysis of the show, go over its strong points and weak points and finish off with how they would continue the series. It was great! I'm glad I started with episode 1 and I hope this podcast doesn't get...canceled too soon! Subscribe now! You won't regret it!

The “Smarter than you” guys are tuned in

William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold have turned their critical attention to the world of the “Boob Tube.” Yes, they’ve waded through the wreckage of classical television to find those rare gems, or germs rather, of shows that were “canceled too soon.” After the first episode, I was afraid this podcast with also be a “1-hit wonder.” But, after taking in the second rendition, dedicated to the oft-forgotten HBO series “Perversions of Science,” all is well. The duo clearly watched the entire series, with trenchant insight and commentary to each episode. All packed into a tidy hour plus podcast that will have you immediately conjuring up other “forgotten fare” these two should tackle. Highly recommended listen for your bi-weekly “pop culture” infusion (audibly speaking).

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