Though ABC canceled the series after two seasons, Mainframe produced a third season (and eventually some TV movies) for Canada which eventually aired on cable in the United States. Without ABC to insist upon stories suitable for young children, the episodes took on darker tones.
When BS&P was involved with Seasons 1-2, the writers had to follow a lot of their guidelines on what they can't show on their cartoon. Such rules like forbidding the game or word "hockey", nothing too sexual or violent was to be presented, and the word "wuss" was taboo during certain occasions.
During pre-production of the series, all the characters were going to be binomes. However animators have successfully achieved in creating a handful of human-like character for the series. The models of the binomes were really easy to change and alter to end up creating a whole cast of extras for the cartoon. As the series progress, more human like characters were introduce than in the first season.
The code the character Phong uses to unlock the Mainframe Principle Office's secrets throughout the series is "YADDAYADDAYADDA!" In the third season, this code is seen partially written out in binary on a machine of Megabyte's.
On May 30, 2008; a 2 part web-comic made by "Zeros 2 Heroes" was posted online which contains a story on what happen after the events of "Crouching Binome, Hidden Virus". However the comic was not canon to the original series and eventually discarded by fans and even Rainmaker.
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The dramatic cliffhanger of ReBoot: Web World Wars (1996) and ReBoot: Web Riders on the Storm (1997) may or may not been influenced by Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983). Han Solo being put into carbon freeze by Darth Vader and his revival and rescue from Jabba the Hutt.