1) When a television network ends a popular serial drama without completing it's story arc.
2) When a television network ignores it's customers demands for a renewed season of a popular TV show.
3) When a network, after a poorly decided cancellation, drops a quick-fix episode or mini-series to try to tidy up the remaining plot lines.

1) I really hate that my favorite TV show just got Jericho'ed.

2) As much as everyone liked the series, the network decided to leave it Jericho'ed.

3) I really enjoyed that TV series, but then they canceled it and then Jericho'ed a finale.

by Shoelace May 24, 2007
When a popular tv series is canceled prematurely because the show was mismanaged by the network executives and the fans revolt against the.
CBS better be careful with this show, otherwise they may get Jericho'ed again!
by Jeannette M May 29, 2007
A term similar to the familiar television term "Jumping the shark". It is a term which references the popular TV show Jericho, a dramatic serial drama which completed its first season with a cliffhanger ending, only to leave its fan base up in arms when it was canceled without resolution.

Definitions:

1) When a television network ends a popular serial drama without completing it's story arc.

2) When a television network ignores it's customers demands for a renewed season of a popular TV show.

3) When a network, after a poorly decided cancellation, drops a quick-fix episode or mini-series to try to tidy up the remaining plot lines. Similar to Jerry-rigged.

Suggested usage:
1) I really hate that my favorite TV show just got Jericho'ed.

2) As much as everyone liked the series, the network decided to leave it Jericho'ed.

3) I really enjoyed that TV series, but then they canceled it and Jericho'ed a finale.

by Clifford Treend May 24, 2007

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