'Mongrels' axed by BBC Three
The series, described as "Avenue Q meets Family Guy", centred on a troupe of five anthropomorphic animals who hung around the back of a pub on the Isle of Dogs in London.
The animals were Nelson, a metrosexual fox; Destiny, a self-absorbed Afghan hound; Marion, a dim-witted cat; Kali, a sadistic pigeon; and Vince, a foul-mouthed fox.
If you were (like me) hoping #mongrels would get a 3rd series, I've got some bad news...
This was later confirmed on the series' official Twitter feed.
Mongrels ran for two seasons. In 2011, series writer Jon Brown won the BAFTA Craft Award for "Break-through Talent", while in 2010 series production designer Simon Rogers and his team won the RTS Design and Craft Award. It was also nominated for the 2010 Ursa Major Award for "Best Anthrompomorphic Dramatic Short Work or Series" (losing to Wallace and Gromit's World of Invention).