Type
Scripted
Premiered
Oct. 06, 1985
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
Syndicated TV Network

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Jem

Originally a part of the Big Foot/Jem Adventure Hour this cartoon portrays two bands and what they'll do to become stars. Jem and the Holograms, led by the ever popular Jem, and the Misfits, lead by the mischeivious Pizzaz.

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Last Episode

03x39 A Father Should Be... Aired: May. 02, 1988

Jem and The Holograms (with help from Riot and his dad) search for Ba Nee's father. The Holograms travel to different parts of the country …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 3 seasons and 65 episodes air between 1985 and 1988.

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Series Fun Facts

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  • A new female character named Graphix was going to be introduced in the series. She would have worked as a graphic artist for The Misfits. A prototype doll made by Hasbro was produced but in…
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    A new female character named Graphix was going to be introduced in the series. She would have worked as a graphic artist for The Misfits. A prototype doll made by Hasbro was produced but in the end it was never commercialized and the character never appeared on the cartoon as both the toy line and the TV series were canceled in 1988.
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  • The show started out as 6-minute segments shown on "Super Sunday" (1985), which aired in late 1985. All these segments, which form the first five episodes, were later slightly revised when…
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    The show started out as 6-minute segments shown on "Super Sunday" (1985), which aired in late 1985. All these segments, which form the first five episodes, were later slightly revised when they were released as a VHS tape in 1986. The show went in full production and then started airing on its own in July 1986 until 1988.
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  • Due to low sales of the toy line in 1987, Hasbro decided not to issue a third edition of it in 1988, although they did make doll prototypes of three new Jem dolls, and of characters…
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    Due to low sales of the toy line in 1987, Hasbro decided not to issue a third edition of it in 1988, although they did make doll prototypes of three new Jem dolls, and of characters introduced in the third season: The Stingers, Astral and Regine, and also a new character not introduced in the cartoon, Graphix. With Hasbro canceling the toy line, the series was also cancelled. Series creator Christy Marx was given the chance to write the final episode, which she wrote as a closing chapter in the series with the Holograms, the Misfits and the Stingers calling a truce.
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