Cancelled . tv is a site that I can share with my kids, to show how clean and entertaining television can be.
Chesapeake, VA (PRWEB) July 6, 2010
Each year hundreds of shows are added to the list of television shows cancelled. To keep track of the television industry's comings-and-goings, fans of prime time launched Cancelled . tv, a website specifically designed to keep viewers in touch with the growing list of cancelled tv shows.
Cancelled . tv may have some work to do catching up as new shows have been added to the list yearly, but with a growing number of fans looking to reconnect with cancelled tv shows of yesterday, the site's owners are hoping to have help. Even with the uphill battle, the site is well on its way to establishing itself with more than 500 titles to date. In addition, Cancelled . tv also allows site visitors to catch up on the latest Hollywood news, watch free cancelled tv show previews, leave show feedback, and listen to the latest in Hollywood celebrity gossip.
The website's founder, Gavin Powell, has long been a fan of some of the television shows that are difficult to catch on television. Powell states, "Old tv shows definitely give you bang for your buck - simplicity, values, and pure comedy in every episode. Cancelled . tv is a site that I can share with my kids, to show how clean and entertaining television can be."
Most of the cancelled television shows found on the site to date are from the most recent list of additions, although older shows are being uploaded regularly as well. Gavin states, "Once shows like The Jeffersons, The Brady Bunch, and even newer list additions like My Name is Earl are cancelled, it's almost impossible to watch them without expensive hardware. As the show's actors and actresses move on to other film roles, their former works fade to the archives and late night television channels."
With an easy to use site design, Cancelled . tv connects viewers to a wealth of information on the shows that are added. As for the growth of the website and the work required, Powell has a firm belief that "one day the fans will help him finish this massive cancelled television shows project he's started."