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Disney+ series Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. has just lost its bid to become the longest-running show in television history with the word “Doogie” in its title, Deadline reports. The updated reboot of Doogie Howser, M.D. has been canceled at the streamer, where it ran for two seasons starting in 2021, racking up a total of 20 episodes.
That, weirdly, made it one of the elder statesmen of the Disney-owned streaming service, which has a serious habit of killing almost everything that isn’t a Star Wars show after only a year or so on the air. (Seriously, there’s only a handful of series that lasted even this long, including the Mighty Ducks show and Big Shot, which both also got killed off after 20 installments; the real question now, for Doogie Kamealoha, is whether the show will get wiped off the streaming service entirely by a cleaning-obsessed Disney, now that it’s been given the boot.)
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