Stickin' Around, a famous and award winning Canadian cartoon hosted on YTV and shipped for limited runs to Fox Kids and Nickelodeon, ran from 1996 to 1998. During its run period, it was given a fairly well studio to VHS release, although in time, its distributor Cinépix Film Properties, would see gradually decreasing sales of the tapes, and would eventually fold by 1999 into Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Approximately five announced releases are known to exist, and help cover the first season, overall being a total of 26 episodes; each VHS tape held from 5 to 6 episodes, with the 6 episode feature often going with the gimmick of having a "bonus" episode.
However, 1998 would see the last of Stickin' Around in a Season 3. Season 3 lasted for 12 episodes, and was said to have been a vastly different season in terms of style; according to sources, Stickin' Around would drop the Flash/Toom Boom animation and go back to Season 1's traditional animation. In addition to this, the final 12th episode, "Adios, Sayonara, Goodbye Bradley", would come to mark the series finale and wrap up the show, focused on Bradley and his family moving away from Latchkey Apartments, which would affect Stacy. Due to Cinépix Film Properties early folding, the season has not seen a VHS release. YTV was said to have broadcast reruns from the show's end until 2004, and brought the show back in reruns from 2006 to 2008, but no recordings of Season 3 have been found, even on the internet and YouTube.
As of April 4, 2016, 2 episodes are on YouTube, they are The Ghost & Mr. Coffin and The Great Race are available, but the sound quality is low. But however the entire series is avaliable on Shomi in Canada only until November 2016.
UPDATE for April 21, 2016: All the episodes of this season of this show has been completed. And that means the entire series is now fully available on YouTube.
UPDATE for November 2018: The original upload of the rest of season 3 are all back on YouTube. That means the entire series is now fully available on YouTube.
UPDATE for September 21, 2019: All of Ryan Vo's uploads of the show have been re-uploaded to Internet Archive. Meaning that series could fully be able to be viewed on the Internet. The show is officially on Ameba.