In a different era, it is unlikely that Fox‘s “Arrested Development” or “Family Guy” would have returned to the air with new episodes after once being canceled. Fan petitions would be confined to desktops of TV executives before being tossed away unheeded. This has changed with the birth of the internet, and shows are no longer cancelled merely because of low ratings, nor is it a foregone conclusion that a show will die with cancellation.
Picking up on the trend of online communities built around deceased shows, Offerpop has put together a fun and informative infographic highlighting 25 “dead” shows that are still living via their Facebook fanbases.
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