A comedy about life after nuclear Armageddon.

Fox cancelled the series in late November. At the time, it was ranked 105th out of 108 weekly shows [54]. Only 10 of the 13 produced episodes were aired; the last was broadcast on December 6th.

     Posted By: Paul - Wed Mar 01, 2023
     Category: Humor | Ineptness, Crudity, Talentlessness, Kitsch, and Bad Art | Television | War | Atomic Power and Other Nuclear Matters | 1990s

There actually were 3 shows worst than that?
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 03/01/23 at 09:31 AM
It was a bit flat but it had a couple of laughs. And it wasn't as lowbrow as other offerings of the day. It probably was a gift of mercy that it only went 10 outings.
Posted by KDP on 03/01/23 at 01:59 PM
From 1991 to 1994, I didn't have a tv. It looks like I didn't miss much.

It doesn't look all that much worst than a lot of sitcoms in the 1970s and 80s. At least I got through the entire episode, something I was never able to do with Friends or Seinfeld.
Posted by Phideaux on 03/01/23 at 03:17 PM
We will all go together when we go.

I've heard about, but have not seen myself, a British television series about either a nuclear attack or a post-nuclear world which reputedly scared the hell out of an entire generation of children. I don't recall the name, but if found, it might be worth looking into.
Posted by Richard Bos on 03/04/23 at 11:15 AM
Not a British television show, but there's the Neville Shute novel "On the Beach." It was made into a 1959 movie with Gregory Peck. There was also a BBC radio adaptation in 2008.
Posted by ges on 03/04/23 at 11:50 PM
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