I really feel like a broken record, but I just don't understand this idea at all. When cancellations are made, it should be at the discretion of the show's ownership and the network that purchased the show. Of course, we've seen some really terrible decisions regarding cancellations by major networks, but these choices were in their prerogatives. If we cancelled shows after the first season wasn't popular, many Emmy-winning sitcoms, including Cheers and Taxi, would never have achieved their legacies (not that I particularly love either show, just using them as examples). I understand frustration when a show like Spongebob, FOP, or the Simpsons isn't as good anymore. I don't understand wanting legal punishment for such matters.