Sometimes TV shows drag their unfunny, uninteresting, yet highly rated feet across our living rooms for years. “Who let this happen?” we ponder, as our foreheads turn red from frequent smacks. Other times, the powers that be get things right. That’s where “Brilliantly Canceled” comes in, looking at the shows that didn’t make it past their first season and saved us all a ton of grief.
If nothing else, Brilliantly Canceled provides us all with a space to congratulate the network executives that earn their bonuses by recognizing when they have something of a turd on their hands. It takes a lot to commit to a show nobody watches [...]