Top 10 Dumbest Network Decisions




Top 10 Dumbest Network Decisions Subscribe: http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD What is the stupidest thing a TV network has ever done? Did you know that HBO passed on “Mad Men”? We all remember that…

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  1. Another dumb network decision: Cartoon Network cancelling all its action based cartoons (Young Justice, Generator Rex, Bring on the Batman, Sym-Bionic Titan, Green Lantern, and Thundercats) because they couldn't sell toys

  2. TNT – Babylon 5/Crusade. After 4 years, the network wanted to cancel Babylon 5 before the planned fifth season. TNT steps in and finances the final season, and greenlights a spinoff series to continue the franchise. TNT execs insisted on making decisions on the Crusade. Producer/creator Straczynski conflicted with them over the stories. (Fans found out some of the stories the execs wanted to make/sided with Straczyski). End result TNT cancelled the Crusade which ended the franchise on TV. Some films have been made, but it's just not the same.

  3. for old school TV fans where is "Cagney and Lacey? I think the first legit and modern TV drama featuring 2 female cops as the lead. I think CBS cancelled it 2x(correct me if i am wrong)before it became a ground breaking show in the mid 1980's?

  4. Not saying these aren’t good choices, but for me personally ABC canceling My So-Called Life was the start of not watching stuff on networks for fear the shows would be canned. Cartoon Network stopped airing Hanna Barbera classics. ABC & CBS ending my daytime soap operas. ☹️

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