Better Off Ted: Living or Dead?

Which cast members of television series Better Off Ted have died?

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television series

Better Off Ted

Started 18 Mar 2009
Ended 26 Jan 2010
Released12 years, 6 months ago
Run span10 months
Seasons 2
Episodes 26
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Oscar 2007, Actress Portia de Rossi smiling on the red carpet

About Better Off Ted

Better Off Ted is an American satirical sitcom series, created by Victor Fresco (known for his other television series Andy Richter Controls the Universe and the short-lived shows Life on a Stick and The Trouble with Normal) who also served as the show's executive producer. The series ran on the ABC network from March 18, 2009, to January 26, 2010.Better Off Ted focuses on the protagonist, Ted Crisp (Jay Harrington), a single father and the well-respected and beloved head of a research and development department at the fictional, soulless conglomerate of Veridian Dynamics. Ted narrates the series' events by regularly breaking the fourth wall and directly addressing the audience as the show's on-camera narrator. Supporting characters include Ted's supervisor Veronica Palmer (Portia de Rossi), co-worker and love interest Linda Zwordling (Andrea Anders), his daughter Rose (Isabella Acres), and laboratory scientists Phillip Myman (Jonathan Slavin) and Lem Hewitt (Malcolm Barrett). The series received critical acclaim, with particular praise going towards its witty and satirical humor. Its second season holds a score of 84 out of 100 on Metacritic. However, despite such positive feedback, the show's debut drew in only 5.64 million viewers and continued to have extremely low ratings. Although many expressed skepticism that it would return, it was renewed for a second season. On May 13, 2010, ABC officially canceled the series due to low viewing figures. Two episodes were unaired in the United States, but are available to view on Hulu, Amazon Video on Demand, Microsoft Movies & TV, and iTunes.