The show was meant to have a Seinfeld-like setup, with all the characters hanging out in Dex's Diner, which you might recall as the bizarrely inappropriate '50s-themed restaurant from Attack Of The Clones. Just think that through for a second. Every episode would simultaneously remind the audience of both a better show and possibly the single worst part of the Star Wars universe.
"Are you still Sith master of your own domain?" -- a line which was fucking inevitable
But Detours was shelved after Disney bought the franchise, despite the fact that they'd already completed 39 episodes. Disney's reasoning was that they wanted new fans exposed to Star Wars through epic space battles of good vs evil, without diluting that experience with a show filled with ironic takes on their franchise's greatest heroes and villains.
Also, they may have been embarrassed by whatever the hell this is:
The Walt Disney Company
None of this is canon at all.
It's enough to make you wonder why diluting the franchise's value was no problem for Lucas. He was reportedly even pitching cannibalism jokes, and holy shit, we've been saying that about Star Wars for years.