Renn Brown of Cinematic Happenings Under Development noted Oswalt, a high-profile actor, as contradictory to the show's short-lived run.  Will Wade of Common Sense Media gave the series a lukewarm review, finding it suitable for older teens while calling it appealing to those who struggled to gain popularity in high school. Wade called the storylines "pretty thin" and its focus on "the imagery that sells the metaphor of school as a battlefield".  Aaron Simpson of Lineboil called the storylines "irreverent" and the chaos similar to Superjail! , "minus the dismembered bodies".  The series was eventually added to Netflix in 2013 after the service announced a deal with Warner Bros. to include programming from Cartoon Network series, among other shows. 
he was found guilty by way of insanity of only one murder, that of Bernice Worden, although later after the discovery of her death rumors and conjecture of the human mind he became suspected of maybe 6 disappearances of other missing women from around neighbouring cities, and perhaps the death of his brother Henry, the missing (children due to there ages considered now, but considered young women then) women were not victim types of Gein. As stated here that said by Robert H. Gollmar, the judge for the Gein case “Due to prohibitive costs, Gein was tried for only one murder—-that of Mrs. Worden.” – this is more so do to the fact that there were no other facts or evidence to link Gein to any other crimes, and to do so would be financially corrupt and not beneficial to The State Of Wisconsin.