>finale of Thundercats
The budget was obviously falling apart. To understand why the series was cancelled, remember that Lego Ninjago was a smash hit at the time. Now, consider the successor series to Thundercats (2011), Chima, which is just Lego !Thundercats and bombed badly. In a podcast with the original creators at: https://soundcloud.com/tcs2011int/cats2011-ros-revised they basically admit that Lego came to CN with something to do with Thundercats and that it morphed into Chima. Thundercats (2011) was let go because of a Lego knockoff that was easier to produce and was originally marketed as more Thundercats. The second season would have covered:
The series was supposed to timeskip to a new kingdom ruled by Lion-O with a constitution and an inequality between the Cats and other species, who would have to make the choice of willing servitude with Mumm-Ra or uncertainty with Lion-O.
She was going to be redeemed but turned into a giant insect and killed by Tygra because there was no other way.
>Lion-O's Training Arc
The end of the first half would have Lion-O leave inside of the Book of Omens for ten years to train while Tygra and Cheetara have a kid, Bengali, and rule as regents. Kat becomes King of Thieves while Kit becomes Queen of Elephants.
>The Final Stone
The Thundercats fight Grune in the astral plane to get the spirit stone. Panthro gets his arms back.
>The Final Battle
Tygra dies to Mumm-Ra while saving Lion-O. The Power Stones probably aren't capable of resurrection, so the series ends honoring Tygra as a former king with Lion-O and Bengali.
>The Lion-O Bowl
Kit wins and becomes queen of the Thundercats, explaining the strange tension between the two at the end of the season one finale.
>Miami Vice Finale
The end of the good times. When people think of Vice, they think of seasons 1 and 2. Mann left for Crime Story, which was supposed to be an epic that spanned seventeen years and would air for five but only got two seasons and spanned one year because Universal considered Vice too expensive, causing him to have to go to New World while Universal had syndication rights, and Manhunter, a movie. The boomer bagger himself, Mr. Leveled Up, Dick Wolf would take charge in Mann's place and send the series into a nosedive, causing ratings and budget to enter a freefall as he didn't understand the appeal and blamed the series itself for its failure despite abandoning it. For reference: season 3 is a gritty reboot, season 4 is an attempted revival of an already airing series, and season 5 is comparable to schizophrenic suicide.