Benjamin was on its last legs.
It was on NBC when the network canceled it for a third time, and the network has never renewed it.
But it has not been a perfect hit.
It has been praised for its storytelling, and some have called it the most influential TV show on the air right now.
But some have also criticized the show for its treatment of its main characters.
The show’s writers and producers, including Aaron Sorkin and Andrew Jarecki, are still working on a sequel.
And, according to Variety, Benjamin has received criticism for its portrayal of transgender characters.
“Benjamin’s first season of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ had one of the most compelling transgender characters on TV.
And she’s still a character in the show,” Variety’s Tom Breihan said in a recent profile of the show.
“So it’s easy to get sucked into the characters in a way that really is not the case for the show.”
Benjamin has also been criticized for its use of “inappropriate language.”
Variety’s Breihar wrote that Benjamin’s use of the word “bisexual” in one episode led to viewers not liking the show and leaving it off of their Netflix recommendations.
Benjamin also had to address a backlash to the show after a series of tweets were leaked that showed some fans complaining that the show’s depiction of gay people was offensive.
“I’m not going to sugarcoat this, but I’ve gotten some hateful tweets about Benjamin,” Sorkins told Variety in a profile last month.
“They’re not right.
Some of them are white men. “
Some of the worst people who have ever tweeted me were people who are not gay.
Some of them are white men.
But I was like, ‘I have to do something, man, I have to get rid of these people.’
So I’m not really talking about the show or anything like that, I’m talking about my feelings.”
“The Big Bads” has been a hit since it was first broadcast on NBC in 1996.
It is considered one of television’s most popular shows.
In 2015, CBS pulled the series after its first season was canceled.
And CBS has not renewed it for two seasons.
The network has not yet decided if it will continue to air it after its season six.
“The Bachelor” is the latest series to be cancelled after its seventh season was renewed for a ninth season.
The new season of “The Bachelorette” was renewed after its sixth season was cancelled.
It’s not the first time a show has been canceled.
NBC had canceled “The Mindy Project” and “Scandal,” both of which were about a young couple who were planning to get married.
The ratings for “The X Factor” also plummeted after the show had been canceled by the British Broadcasting Corporation.
“Modern Family” has also had some issues with ratings, with its most recent season ending up with the lowest ratings of its run.
ABC canceled “Family Guy,” “Glee,” “The Simpsons,” “Saved by the Bell,” “Scrubs,” “Once Upon a Time” and others in 2017.
ABC has also canceled “Scream Queens,” which aired on ABC from 2003-2013.