The series ended on because The N decided to stop funding the show, and Family, along with Decode Entertainment, could not fill the gap in the production budget.The show was shown on Family until 2007, when it was replaced. As of 2019, episodes can still be found on the Canadian station Chrgd.It was also included in the soundtrack for Music from Degrassi: The Next Generation.
In 2004, Sweetnam went on tour over Europe and North America as the opening act for Britney Spears on her Onyx Hotel Tour.
Sweetnam also provided the theme songs for various television shows including The Buzz on Maggie, Wayside, and Radio Free Roscoe.
Meanwhile, in her You Tube make-up tutorials, Sweetnam has used the songs "Rock n' Roll Baby", "Love Sugar Sweet", "Heartbreak", "Boomerang", "Mu Sick", and "Wolves and Witches".
Sweetnam also released a song entitled "Stay", along with "Boomerang", "Mu Sick" and "Wolves and Witches", on her My Space page.
It has also been dubbed in French (as required for Canadian federally funded TV shows) in the province of Quebec and aired on Vrak.
The show was later aired on The N in the United States, where the show received funding for a second season.
Sweetnam also recorded "Lava Rock" for the video game Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll, provided vocals for a song on Jun Senoue's album, The Works, and directed a music video for Leah Daniels' song "Northern Señorita" as well as for Ashes' song "Explode (Makes My Head)". Sweetnam began working on new music in 2009 and formed a new band, Sumo Cyco, a four-piece heavy metal and punk rock band that opened for Hollywood Undead in Toronto in April 2011.
Sweetnam now went by the name Sever, which was her current alter-ego.
As of July 2012, Sumo Cyco has released six singles: "Mercy", "Limp", "Interceptor", "Danger", "Loose Cannon", and a cover of Oingo Boingo's "Who Do You Want To Be? With each new song, Sumo Cyco would direct and put together their own music videos for their You Tube channel which, as of April 2012, has received over a million views.
Sweetnam's song "(Let's Get Movin') Into Action" was also used in an episode of the Canadian teen drama Degrassi: The Next Generation, in one deleted scene from Bandslam, and in the films Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach, Hotel for Dogs, and the 2010 American film Ramona and Beezus (starring Joey King and Selena Gomez).
Sweetnam is also known for her voice work in The Barbie Diaries.