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''Baby Blues'' was an animated television series based on the comic strip of the same name.
 
''Baby Blues'' was an animated television series based on the comic strip of the same name.
  
A total of 26 episodes of ''Baby Blues'' were produced. It originally aired on The WB in 2000, but it was pulled from the schedule and cancelled after 8 episodes aired. The last 5 episodes from the first season later premiered on Adult Swim in 2002.
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==Plot==
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Baby Blues centers around Darryl and Wanda, a couple who have recently had their first baby named Zoe. It focuses on their relationship with the supporting characters, and differs heavily from the comic.
  
An '''entire second season containing 13 episodes''' has never been released.<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20141102102447/http://www.babyblues.com/faq.html#10</ref>
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==Production==
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Baby Blues was produced by Warner Brothers Animation in an attempt to compete with Fox's animated sitcoms at the time. It took nearly five years to produce, and there were many issues when airing the series. It was cancelled after only 8 of the 26 episodes were broadcasted in 2002. The last 5 episodes of the first season were later premiered on Adult Swim in 2002.
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The '''entire second season containing 13 episodes''' has never been released.<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20141102102447/http://www.babyblues.com/faq.html#10</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 02:24, 30 August 2016

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Status: Lost


Baby Blues was an animated television series based on the comic strip of the same name.

Plot

Baby Blues centers around Darryl and Wanda, a couple who have recently had their first baby named Zoe. It focuses on their relationship with the supporting characters, and differs heavily from the comic.

Production

Baby Blues was produced by Warner Brothers Animation in an attempt to compete with Fox's animated sitcoms at the time. It took nearly five years to produce, and there were many issues when airing the series. It was cancelled after only 8 of the 26 episodes were broadcasted in 2002. The last 5 episodes of the first season were later premiered on Adult Swim in 2002.

The entire second season containing 13 episodes has never been released.[1]

References