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Do You Remember These Obscure '00s TV Shows?

Good luck finding these on Hulu.

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Can you recall these canceled '00s television shows from a single image? Let's find out:

  1. Warner Bros.
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    The Americans
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    Young Americans
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    Summerland
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    Glory Days
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    Young Americans was a spin-off of Dawson's Creek that lasted one season. It featured a story where a girl disguised herself as a boy to get her mother's attention, which would eventually be depicted better in the iconic film She's the Man.

    Warner Bros.
  2. Warner Bros.
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    Harper's Island
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    The Island
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    Glory Nights
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    Glory Days
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    Glory Days was a 2002 mystery series created by Kevin Williamson that aired on the WB. It lasted one season.

    Warner Bros.
  3. Fox
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    Pasadena
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    Port Charles
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    The Mannings
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    Grosse Pointe
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    This 2001 primetime soap was canceled by FOX after four episodes and the rest of the season was burned off in the subsequent summer. It was a dark, satirical take on primetime soaps from Mike White, who would later go on to mine similar ground in HBO's Enlightened.

    Fox
  4. CW
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    Dead Last
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    Devils
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    Devil Nights
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    Reaper
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    Reaper was a 2007 CW series starring Bret Harrison as a soul retriever for the Devil. It lasted two seasons.

    CW
  5. CBS
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    Midler!
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    Bette On It
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    Bette
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    Musical Chairs
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    Bette Midler's debut in a lead TV role aired for one season on CBS from 2000-2001. Lindsay Lohan was cast in the pilot, but when Bette moved production of the series from New York to Los Angeles, Lindsay dropped out.

    CBS
  6. Fox
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    Pam
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    The Stacks
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    Reader's Choice
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    Stacked
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    This 2005 Fox sitcom starred Pamela Anderson as a former party girl turned bookseller.

    Fox
  7. UPN
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    South Beach
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    The Sands
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    Miami
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    Miami Nights
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    South Beach was a primetime soap produced by Jennifer Lopez that lasted 8 episodes on UPN.

    UPN
  8. Nickelodeon
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    Fame
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    Art Projects
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    Taina
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    Christina
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    Taina aired for two seasons on Nickelodeon. It told the story of Taina Morales and her aspirations to become a singer and actress while attending a performing arts school in New York.

    Nickelodeon
  9. ABC
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    Lipstick Jungle
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    Cashmere Mafia
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    G.C.B.
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    The City
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    This Lucy Liu-led series lasted one season on ABC in 2008. Created by Darren Star, it was about a group of ambitious women in New York who formed a "Cashmere Mafia" to exist opposite the boys' club of the business world.

    ABC
  10. Warner Bros.
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    We Will Rock You
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    Roswell
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    Dead Last
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    The Band
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    Dead Last was a 2001 series about a band named The Problems that traveled the country solving supernatural mysteries.

    Warner Bros.
  11. NBC
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    Elaine
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    Ellie
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    Watching Ellie
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    You're Up!
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    Julia Louis-Dreyfus' return to NBC was in Watching Ellie, a sitcom that played out in real-time. That format was abandoned for its second and final season.

    NBC
  12. CBS
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    AzĂșcar
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    Familia
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    The Cleaner
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    Cane
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    Cane was a drama starring Jimmy Smits as the head of a family running a rum and sugar business in South Florida. It was pitched as a Latino version of The Sopranos.

    CBS
  13. ABC
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    8 Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter
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    Miss Guided
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    Samantha Who?
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    Emily's Reasons Why Not
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    Heather Graham starred in this ABC sitcom about a self-help book writer who navigated her way through romance. Unfortunately, she only navigated through one episode before the show was canceled.

    ABC
  14. NBC
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    Return of the Dynasty
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    Lipstick Jungle
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    Kings and Queens
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    Titans
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    Starring Yasmine Bleeth, Titans was an Aaron Spelling-produced soap intended to be the '00s version of Dynasty. It was canceled after one season.

    NBC
  15. Fox
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    Temptation Island
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    Exes
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    Captive Hearts
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    Paradise Hotel
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    Paradise Hotel was a reality show set at a luxury resort where people were to compete to see who could stay the longest. Mostly, they just slept with each other.

    Fox
 
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