11 controversial TV series that got people fired

So * that’s * why Fear factor ended.

We all know about “forbidden” episodes – also known as TV shows – that have been taken off the air because they are controversial or dark.

But as it turns out, some of those episodes were so controversial that they literally killed the show or caused people to be fired. Here are some offensive episodes!



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Remember the children’s show Ren and Stimpy? It was rather dark and obscene for a kid’s show, but in one episode, the cake turned out to be the worst.



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I mean the episode “Man’s Best Friend” in which George Licor uses Ren and Stimpy. There are several mentions of tobacco, as well as a scene in which Ren hits George with an oar.

This episode was banned from the air on Nickelodeon, and the show’s creator, John Crichfalusi, was fired along with his team. It was later featured on Spike TV. You can watch the episode here.



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Dana Carvey’s sketch show seemed to be a success, especially in its place after the popular Home improvement… But The Dana Carvey Show was canceled after just seven episodes.

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Why? Well, many associate this with the first episode – in particular, the very first sketch in which then President Bill Clinton breastfeeds babies, puppies and kittens. In just the first few minutes millions of viewers who stayed to watch the show after Home improvement changed channel or turned off the TV.

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I dream of Jeannie was a hugely popular 1960s sitcom about an astronaut who discovers a genie on a desert island. Much of the show focused on the relationship between astronaut Tony and genie Jeannie.

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However, the ratings began to decline. drop after a certain episode, which will eventually lead to its cancellation. This is a television series in which even Barbara Eden has starred. attributes killing the show, it’s not inappropriate, but it was definitely controversial. This is the episode in which Tony and Ginny get married.

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“It undermined confidence,” Eden said. said Today’s show. Show creator Sydney Sheldon too wrote that it shattered the sexual tension between them, and the show had nowhere else to go.

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Another show canceled due to a controversial but fitting episode is Felicity. While there were other reasons for the show’s downgrade and eventual cancellation, one factor even the network acknowledged was Felicity’s haircut.

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The haircut that occurred in season 2 episode “The List” apparently “Diluted” the image of Felicity and made it so that the audience did not treat her so strongly.

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Saturday nightlife over 46 years of its existence, it had many controversial moments, but one of the most controversial was the case when the actor Charles Rocket accidentally missed the f-word. Dallas– themed sketch in the eleventh episode of the 6th season.

He was dismissed mid-season for your mistake. Two episodes later, season ended early because of the writers’ strike – and almost the entire staff was fired. In particular, one of the few players who did not get fired. was Eddie Murphy.

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Damon Wayans was also dismissed from SNL according to a single sketch. In the sketch that took place in season 11, episode 12, he played a straightforward cop. In protest, he decided to play the role of a stereotypical gay.

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Sitcom Hi honey, I’m home! was canceled after just one episode in 1990. In the series, Hitler and Eva Braun were classic husbands and housewives living alongside Jewish neighbors.

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Another show canceled after just one episode was a reality TV series. Who is your daddy in which a foster woman tried to find out who is her biological father from a group of men.

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Today we know Ellen DeGeneres from her talk shows, but she once had a sitcom called Ellen… In the series, her character dated men.

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However, shortly after DeGeneres appeared in real life, her character appeared in the episode “The Episode with the Puppy”, developing feelings for Laura Dern’s character.

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While this episode was groundbreaking and award-winning, it featured many backlash, and ratings dropped for the next season (which some viewers felt was too focused on gay issues) until the show was ultimately canceled.

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Megyn Kelly has long been a controversial figure, and her talk show Megyn Kelly today no stranger to controversy. However, one segment in which Megyn defended blackface in the October 23, 2018 episode went too far.

After defending the use of blackface for Halloween costumes, Megyn later apologizedbut the damage was done. She was dropped by CAA and the show was canceled.

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Finally, Fear factor was known for his frightening and disgusting problems, but one problem went too far. NBC graduated pulling TV series “Hee-ho! Hee-ho!” in which the participants drank donkey sperm and wrote.

In fact, the stunt was so controversial that, according to host Joe Rogan, this is why the show was canceled.

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