Why does cartoon netowork feel that one they cancel a show that they can't show it any more, they did it to cow and chicken and I.M. Weasel and I'm afraid that they will do the same thing to Johnny Bravo.
They DID do it to Johnny Bravo.
The committment was 52 episodes, and the major outcry from the audience was that the new seasons stank righteously compared to Van's episodes, so they had Van do the Christmas special and that was about it.
I have no clue on this one. Personally I think they try two get the mininum episode requirements done and then see how the ratings are. Some Cartoon Cartoons are simply not as popular as others. When Cartoon Network first started picking out shorts to air as series, they went on their intuition and fan reaction. Now they do the Big Pick....which leaves it up to majority rule...which basically leaves out a lot of good pilots from ever seeing the light of day again.
Overall I think Cartoon Network wants to keep a good rotation going. Cow and Chick and Johnny Bravo all had a great run, and I would have loved to see new episodes, but if you put your self into the context of when they were canceled, you wouldn't be so upset. When the shows were pulled, the general concensus was "Good, I was tired of that show". Now that the shows have been off the air a while, people want them back because of the nastalgia factor. I wonder if anyone will demand Mike, Lu, and Og's return? Heh.