People Are Mad About 'The Big Bang Theory' Renewals As Others Are Axed
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Fox Network cancelled the popular show which aired for five seasons because of low ratings and fans were outraged by all the commotion.
Naturally it would seem, The Big Bang Theory was the subject of some jibes from fans who couldn't seem to understand why four nerds and their attractive next-door neighbour has lasted this long. It's been over a decade.
they'll cancel a diverse, creative, smart show like Brooklyn Nine Nine but The Big Bang Theory gets renewed for another 89 seasons cuz some unfunny character says bazoingo lmao tru
- kurtis conner (@kurtisconner) May 11, 2018
Another fan tweeted: "The show [Brooklyn Nine-Nine] has recently gained a large following, great representation and clever humour yet you're giving bland shows like big bang theory their 12th season?"
Someone else said: "Remember when Terry challenged racial profiling? Remember how Captain Holt challenged homophobia and racism? Remember Rosa and Amy as 2 female Latino leads? Now remember how Big Bang Theory is constantly racist, ableist and misogynistic? And which gets cancelled..."
There is no god. #Brooklyn99 pic.twitter.com/OAXacUynxM
- Callum Leslie (@callumleslie92) May 10, 2018
So people are pretty torn up about the entire thing and it's clear to see they think there's some sort of injustice going on but Brooklyn Nine-Nine isn't the first to be axed which led to uproar.
My Name Is Earl was cancelled by NBC after four seasons apparently because ratings were going down the pan.
It's believed that fans didn't wage a campaign like they did when American comedy series, Chuck was almost cancelled. Even Subway got behind the movement to get Chuck renewed, the lucky devils.
Other shows include Futurama, Arrested Development and Undeclared which were, funnily enough, all aired and cancelled by Fox.
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It's hard to think of a television network that's cancelled more great shows than Fox
- Jason Bailey (@jasondashbailey) May 11, 2018
Some people seem to think it's just Fox that can't see the good from the absolutely horrendous. Well, at least you know it's a great show when Fox cancels it, apparently.