1. “The Single Guy”
Ernest Borgnine played Jonathan Silverman’s doorman. Lasted 2 seasons over 1995-1997.
2. “Rhythm ‘n Blues”
The premise was that a white radio DJ goes to work at a black radio station. Lasted only 5 episodes in the fall of ‘92.
Michael Chiklis starred as a single dad. Only 9 episodes aired in 2000.
5. “Boston Common”
Anthony Clark played a southerner who moves to Boston and works at a college. It only lasted one season on Thursday nights, then moved to Sundays, where it was canceled after the second season.
6. “Curse/The Weber Show”
This show was so bad that they actually changed the name halfway through the season to try to fix it. Lasted one season in 2000. Fun fact: the theme song was written by Liz Phair.
7. “Union Square”
This series about a playwright and her friends who hang out in a New York City cafe lasted only one season in 1997.
8. “Inside Schwartz”
The premise here was that a team of sportscasters are narrating Brekin Meyers’s dating life. Lasted one season.
9. “Four Kings”
Seth Green starred as one of a group of friends living in New York (sensing a theme?). Only 6 episodes aired in 2006.
Christina Applegate starred as a single mother who worked in her father’s German themed restaurants. It only lasted 2 seasons from 1998-2000.
11. “Leap of Faith”
This Sex and the City knockoff (but weirdly with Ken Marino as the Charlotte character) only aired 6 episodes in 2001.