From 'Firefly' to 'Wonderfalls' to 'Method & Red,' FOX has canceled some classics
No. 1 - 'Undeclared'
I put "Wonderfalls" ahead of "Undeclared" on my list of TV's Best of the Decade, but I'm swapping them for the purposes of this gallery in large part because of the successful summer re-watch that Sepinwall and I did for the podcast in 2010.
"Undeclared" may not quite be the equal of "Freaks & Geeks" when it comes to Judd Apatow's TV resume, but thanks to a speedy cancellation in 2002 and an excellent DVD package, it's pretty close to flawless and if you haven't rediscovered it already, you should probably get on that. Nearly every episode is a winner, combining broad hilarity with universal moments of emotion. The core cast, led by Jay Baruchel, Seth Rogen, Charlie Hunnam and Timm Sharp, is excellent and the guest stars and cameos are pretty much incomparable. Folks like Will Ferrell and Adam Sandler would just drop by "Undeclared," but FOX couldn't get people to watch.
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