Which one will die off first?
Scooby-Doo isn't an ongoing series, it's a franchise
they're all big franchises
are all running under their original debut series, but
has had multiple incarnations over several different series and films. it's basically the Wizard of Oz. it will never go away, it will only reincarnate (another anon typed basically all the same shit out but i didn't scroll down so oops)
i would bet Spongebob gets cancelled first, then The Simpsons, while Sesame Street goes on forever
all the original shows are going to end eventually (except maybe sesame street) but I think there's good chances of the other two continuing forever with reboots and such
Either Simpsons or Spongebob. Depends on which has a main VA die first.
Come back to me in a few years when a main Simpsons family VA passes away and they still keep it going
scoob isn't really part of this conversation. simpsons, sponge, and street have all been running non-stop since their original air date. i think spongebob is kind of winding down, especially with all the spinoffs filling the original show's void. simpsons has a definite shelf life, i can't imagine it going on after a main VA passes. sesame street has recasted puppeteers quite a few times, my guess is it'll stick around the longest.
There's no way they won't replace the simpsons voice actors with AI trained on the 30 years of previous episodes unless doing so is literally outlawed
That would receive extreme backlash if that was announced to the point where they'd probably scrap that idea.
That’s sort of what the whole strike is about so I imagine it’s going to be restricted in some form, thankfully
Sesame street or the Simpsons. Sponge and Scooby aren't going anywhere
There were no new scooby-doo shows for a decade in the 90s, it already "died".
They appeared on Johnny Bravo in '97 before the movies started getting made 98-01.
It wasn't really a full decade with no scooby-doo
SpongeBob was recently renewed for another season, I don't think it's going anywhere for a while.
Has Sesame Street taken a nosedive in quality? What about Spongebob? I know Scooby-doo and The Simpsons have gone to hell but I don't know about the other two.
idk about Sesasme Street but SpongeBob has had its ups and downs throughout its run.
didnt Sesame street get cancelled for a few years then get revived later?
Due to funding issues, they started doing first runs of episodes on HBO (2016)/HBO Max (2020). If HBO ever decides that supporting Sesame Street isn't worth it and no one else wants to support it I could see it ending as an ongoing show.
Spongebob has had 2 or 3 separate nosedives now depending on who you ask, or just one single extremely sharp one after the movie. Can't say about sesame Street, I haven't watched it since I was actually a very young child myself and this was the ending theme.
Sesame Street has started adding human Muppets to the cast because they don't believe modern kids can relate to non-human characters as well. Just Asian and black Muppets, btw. No white ones.
Sesame Street will outlive them all.
All will continue as franchises for some time.
Scooby-Doo is no longer its original incarnation anyway so it's already out of the running.
If any of the voice actors die, Simpsons will be the first to have the main series end, else it still has some time.
Spongebob will continue unless Nickelodeon as a network is either canned by Viacom (and relegated to a Nostalgia Brand) or the Network gets a total rebranding, distancing itself from its past (incredibly unlikely.)
Sesame Street is about to go through a series re-invention, changing its format from a 'video magazine' to narrative stories, and I fear they're going to use this as an excuse to cancel the main series, opting to use the brand in different ways for more money.
If Simpsons is cancelled, we'll get occasionally shorts and Disney will continue to use them as cameo appearances until the end of time.
Spongebob will get reboots and shorts in varying quality.
Sesame Street isn't removed from trying a variety of projects so we'll just get more random shit.
If you are strictly speaking as brand properities, rather than shows, then likely Spongebob just because it acts as an extension of Viacom which is the lowest of the totem poles behind production companies regarding all 4 properties. Simpsons is going to have the lease success in the future, I would assume though.
I don't think I'll live to know
Imagine being a kid in 1960 watching the Flintstones then you continue with your life and 40 years later you see they are making another live action movie for that shit you thought was dead.
can't wait for them to do the same for Angela Anaconda
Flintstones is a pretty dead IP nowadays aside from the odd reboot here and there, it really only exists as a mascot now.
Flintstones are still remembered because of Cereal, Vitamins, and Ice Cream.
There's been many attempts at reviving it. You had that Boomerang show that died after a season. There's been the MacFarlane reboot and an all-black revamp that were both killed off in development. Now you have that Elizabeth Banks vomit that's supposed to be a sequel to the original show despite the very real chance that Betty will now be black and Bam Bam, somehow, Asian.
Nothing. Everything is gonna continue forever because fuck making new properties.
Where’s Family Guy and American Dad?
they're long runners sure but I don't think their franchises are really that huge. Family Guy and especially American Dad I can imagine being long dead in about 10-20 years
All those franchises are already dead. They persist as a hollow soulless corpse. A mockery of their original forms.
I stopped watching the Simpsons circa 2008, can someone give me a quick qrd as to what it has turned into since then?
More of the same except the VAs all sound old as fuck now.
Scooby-Doo Where Are You already died in 1970
First two will go on forever. Second two depend on if they're willing to recast adopt AI when the original cast is no longer around.
Sesame Street will continue to exist indefinitely because it doesn't really work like other franchises, PBS and Children's Workshop really don't give a shit about making giant profits.
Scooby Doo dies every decade or so, then gets resurrected into a new version with a very loose canon. Its gonna be around in forty years.
The Simpsons will probably be cancelled as soon as any of the main four VAs die. Mayyybe Shearer or Azaria. But at some point, they'll either go the way of the Flintstones and revive every fifteen years or so, or they get rebooted. I wouldn't be surprised if Disney has contemplated that idea already. Spongebob will eventually kick the bucket. Depends on if Nickelodeon can keep going.
Scooby-Doo isn't a singular series; every incarnation of Scooby-Doo is pretty much its own standalone thing and there are just like 2-3 of them a year.
None of them will ever truly go away completely, even if they go dormant for a bit.
Sesame Street is likely safe indefinitely. Scooby-Doo will also probably never stop having new iterations. My guess between Spongebob and the Simpsons is likely the latter only because the voice cast is older. Also Spongebob is still important to Nick's identity in the current year whereas the Simpsons felt more important to Fox's identity 20-30 years ago.
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