The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air nearly got the axe two seasons early.
And ultimately, Fresh Prince lived for two more seasons.
By the end of Season 4 in 1994, ratings for new episodes were only slightly higher than those of reruns.
So NBC execs thought it would make sense just to end the show and cash in on the syndication profits, since Fresh Prince was already just short of 100 episodes.
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