Daily life

Daily life is an American animated web series that originally aired from December 3, 2011 to February 24, 2012. The series was broadcast on the site GoAnimate and was created by Koopatrev Productions co-founder Donner Damn. Daily life met many issues and criticism for its poor reception, though they were very minor as the series itself was very tight and had managed to keep itself in the GoAnimate range.[1]

Daily life aired its first episode on December 3, 2011, which was scratched off the previous animations known as Animation Tests which were created for inspiration. Animation Tests was created by Donner Damn, Seth Runs and Ted Cunt; all of the crew of Koopatrev Productions. Daily life premiered on December 3, 2011, about two weeks after Animation Tests' second season's finale. Daily life was canceled on February 24, 2012 with a total of three seasons.

Daily life is also a name for the franchise set, including two films and another series except for Daily life itself.[2]


2010-11: Animation Tests and premiereEdit

Main article: Animation Tests

Koopatrev Productions was founded on June 26, 2010, which was around a week before Animation Tests' series premiere.[1][3] Damn decided to create a new series shortly after Animation Tests' second season's finale. The "new series" was then given the name Daily Life, and was later changed to Daily life with an alternative title of Daily-life.[4] Daily life premiered on December 3, 2011. Despite the show's cancellation, Animation Tests is still airing.

Daily life did not follow a weekly schedule, as GoAnimate is not a television network. The third season used a weekly schedule as there would be more shows then.[5]

2011: The first and second seasonEdit


Ratings for the first, second and third season of Daily life

Daily life finished its first season on December 13, 2011, and the second season started airing on December 15, 2011.[4] There were no production seasons or periods; the episodes were made on the scheduled air date. Also, the episodes were intended to be all in one season, but the seasons were used to add effect.[6][7]

Daily life received overwhelmingly negative critical reception for the first season, mainly from the entertainment websites, known as Koopatrev Solo and Koopatrev Community, respectively.[8][9] However, the highest view counts were recorded in the first season.[10]

2011-12: Criticism and the third season's cancellationEdit

Daily life had met many criticisms throughout the series. The poor critical reception in the first season led to many issues. The Koopatrev Community panned the first season and said that the humor was of very poor quality.[8] Koopatrev Solo gave season grades of E- and C+ for the first and second seasons, respectively.[9]

Daily life was renewed for a third season in December 2011, with its first episode premiering on January 13, 2012.[11] The viewership ratings bumped up, but then dropped gradually throughout the season.[10] Daily life was canceled on February 24, 2012 with a total of 28 episodes (one unaired in the second season due to an issue with GoAnimate on the video's content), due to low ratings, even though the view count was slightly higher than the second season's.[12]

2012-13: Daily life: The movie and The Daily LivesEdit


The Daily Lives

Main articles: Daily life: The movie, Daily life (franchise), Daily life (series franchise), Daily life (film series) and The Daily Lives

Daily life regained popularity[13] and a franchise set was created. A film titled Daily life: The movie was scheduled to be released on March 19, 2012, but was canceled on the same day.[2][13] A sequel to the unsuccessful film, titled Daily life: Disaster Week was released on June 29, 2013.[14] Also, The Daily Lives served as a mid-season replacement for Daily life, with the premiere date set on September 28, 2012.[15] The original release date planned for The Daily Lives was scheduled to be May 25, 2012, but was later pushed[15] to the current release date.[16][17] Also, another but unrelated series to the Daily life franchise titled People Offers also served as a mid-season replacement for Daily life,[14][15][18] but was broadcast on a different timeslot. People Offers premiered on April 11, 2012.[19][20]

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