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Fox is Pulling the Plug on ADHD


According to a recent report by Broadcasting & Cable, Fox has decided to end the broadcast edition of their Animation Domination High Def programming block, which airs late-night every Saturdays.

The report says that the plug will be pulled on June 28, 2014. Fox ADHD will continue as a means of testing and development for animated content through digital platforms, including FoxADHD.com. It is said that the decision to end the broadcast version stems from low ratings.

Fox ADHD is home to several 15 minute animated properties such as Axe-Cop, High School USA!, Lucas Bros., Moving Co. and Golan the Insatiable.

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