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Topic: Ending or Canceled TV Shows for the 2020-21 Season

124 Ending or Canceled TV Shows for the 2020-21 SeasonUpdated on 9/16/2021
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Here’s a list of TV shows that aired (or are expected to air) during the 2020-21 season (roughly September 2020 through August 2021) but won’t be back for the 2021-22 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been canceled? Check the following season lists -- 2018-19 | 2019-20

Most recent additions: Narcos: Mexico (Netflix), The Outpost (The CW), Generation (HBO Max) Dickinson (Apple TV+), The Republic of Sarah (The CW), Motherland: Fort Salem (Freeform), Betty (HBO), Punky Brewster (Peacock), Everything's Gonna Be Okay (Freeform), Ultimate Slip ‘N Slide (NBC), Panic (Netflix), Arthur (PBS), Law & Order: For the Defense (NBC), Good Witch (Hallmark Channel), Mr. Iglesias (Netflix), The Crew (Netflix), Country Comfort (Netflix), Bonding (Netflix), Lovecraft Country (HBO), #blackAF (Netflix), Good Girls (NBC), Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! (Netflix), The Moodys (FOX), Grand Army (Netflix), Manifest (NBC), Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (NBC), Jupiter's Legacy (Netflix), Debris (NBC), Bulletproof (Sky 1), All Rise (CBS), The Unicorn (CBS), Rebel (ABC), mixed-ish (ABC), For Life (ABC), American Housewife (ABC), Call Your Mother (ABC), Black-ish (ABC), The Banker’s Wife (Amazon), This Is Us (NBC)

**Red = most recent entry**

This list will be updated as the season progresses so feel free to bookmark and check back. I also took the liberty of replacing most of the original TV show links with the show pages available here at next-episode. If I’ve missed something, or if you spot any incorrect info, please let me know. smile

#blackAF (Netflix) [Canceled for 2021-22 Season]
This comedy series starring creator Kenya Barris was initially renewed for a second season but that order was later rescinded. Barris had a multi-year $100 million deal with the streaming service but moved on in late 2020.

Absentia (Amazon/AXN España)
It looks like Emily’s troubles are over.  The creative team of the Absentia TV series has decided not to make a fourth season of the Amazon Prime Video show.

After Life (Netflix)
After Life has a little more life in it. Ricky Gervais recently revealed that he has already written the episodes for season three, but there won’t be a fourth season.

All Access (Syndicated)
One of the spin-offs of the long-running Access Hollywood TV show is coming to an end. All Access is ending its two-season run in June, reports Variety.

All Rise (CBS)
This courtroom drama, about a judge who pushes the boundaries and challenges expectations, was cancelled after two seasons.

American Gods (Starz)
After huge season-to-season declines in the ratings, Starz has cancelled the American Gods TV series. There won’t be a fourth season but, the show may still get some kind of a conclusion.

American Housewife (ABC)
Following an unconventional mom and her family from Connecticut, this sitcom ran for five seasons before being cancelled.

Americanah (HBO Max) [In Development]
The streaming service ordered this series but then, due to the pandemic delays and star Lupita Nyong’o having to drop out of the project, the order was cancelled.

Animal Kingdom (TNT) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
TNT has renewed the Animal Kingdom TV series, one of the cable channel’s few remaining scripted shows, for a sixth and final season. The final episodes will likely air in 2022.

Arthur (PBS) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
The sun will set on the Arthur TV series during the 2021-22 television season. It’s been revealed that PBS’ long-running educational show for kids has been cancelled after 25 years. The final episode is expected to air next year.

At Home with Amy Sedaris (truTV)
Amy Sedaris is shutting the doors to her home. At Home with Amy Sedaris has been cancelled, per Deadline, which means viewers will not see a fourth season on truTV. The series aired its third season last year, and it will now be available for viewing on HBO Max.

Atypical (Netflix)
Sam Gardner’s story is coming to an end on Netflix. The streaming service has announced that the Atypical TV show has been renewed for a fourth, albeit final, season. The final 10 episodes are expected to be released in 2021.

Away (Netflix)
The Away mission has been grounded. Netflix has cancelled the astronaut drama series so, there won’t be a second season.

The Banker’s Wife (Amazon)
This drama series was to be based on the novel of the same name by Cristina Alger. The series order was cancelled due to COVID-19 delays.

Baroness Von Sketch Show (CBC/IFC)
A Canadian sketch comedy series, this show ends after five seasons and 41 total episodes.

Better Call Saul (AMC)
Better Call Saul fans had some bittersweet news come from the TCA’s. The series has been renewed for another season ahead of its fifth season premiere next month, but season six will be its last season. Production will start later this year, and it will be on the network in 2021.

Betty (HBO)
The ride is over. HBO has cancelled the Betty TV series so there won’t be a third season for the low-rated comedy series. The second season finished airing in July.

Big Hero 6 (Disney XD)
Big Hero 6 is coming to an end on Disney XD. The cable channel has announced that the current third season will end the animated series. New episodes are set to resume on February 1st, and viewers will see a two-part finale air on February 15th.

Black Lightning (The CW)
There’s a power outage in the Arrowverse. The CW has confirmed that the Black Lightning TV series will end with its upcoming fourth season. The final season kicks off on Monday, February 8th.

Black-ish (ABC) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
The Johnson family will be tackling new topics for one last time in the 2021-22 television season. ABC has renewed the Black-ish TV show for an eighth but final season.

Bless the Harts (FOX)
Following a big decline in ratings in this animated family comedy’s second season, the network called it quits.

The Bold Type (Freeform)
The women of Scarlet will return for one more year. Freeform just announced they’ve renewed The Bold Type for a fifth and final season. There will be just six episodes this time around, down from the 16-episode order of the fourth season.

Bonding (Netflix)
Tiff will have to look for other work. Netflix has cancelled Bonding so, there won’t be a third season.

Bosch (Amazon)
Bosch is getting an early renewal and an end date. Amazon has picked up a seventh and final season of its hit drama series starring Titus Welliver and based on Michael Connelly’s bestselling books. The renewal comes ahead of Bosch’s sixth-season premiere later in 2020 on Amazon Prime Video.

Britain’s Got Talent (ITV)
British broadcaster ITV has canceled the 2021 season of Simon Cowell’s entertainment juggernaut Britain’s Got Talent because producers were not convinced that cast and crew could be kept safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is ending once again, along with the show’s chances of a ninth season. The workplace comedy series initially ran for five seasons on FOX before being cancelled, and then revived by NBC. Now, after three seasons on the peacock network, the show will end again. A premiere date has not been announced but the eighth and final season has been delayed until the 2021-22 season, following coronavirus production shutdowns.

Bulletproof (Sky 1) [Canceled for 2021-22 Season]
Season four of Bulletproof has been cancelled. The British crime drama was renewed for a fourth season in early 2021 by Sky but now, those plans have been killed. The crime drama has aired for three seasons in the United States on The CW.

Burden of Truth (CBC/The CW)
Prior to the fourth season finale airing in Canada (where the series originates), it was revealed that there wouldn’t be a fifth year.

Caillou (PBS)
After 20 years on the air, long-running PBS Kids show Caillou has been canceled. PBS Kids made the announcement on Twitter, along with tips for parents on how to break the news to children, but it appears that many are cheering the decision and are happy to say goodbye to a series that they have complained has been teaching their kids bad habits.

Call Your Mother (ABC)
The alphabet network dropped the Kyra Sedgwick comedy series after one season of 13 episodes.

Carmen Sandiego (Netflix)
One more season of Carmen Sandiego is coming. The fourth and final season of the animated series, starring Gina Rodriguez, will arrive in January.

Castlevania (Netflix)
Castlevania is ending its run. Netflix has announced that the upcoming fourth season will be its last and the final episodes will be released on May 13th.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix)
Horrific news for fans of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Netflix just announced the final group of eight episodes (aka Part Four) of the TV show will premiere later this year. There won’t be a third season (Parts Five and Six).

Conan (TBS)
Conan O’Brien’s late-night series on TBS, Conan, is coming to an end in June after 10 seasons. This will end his 28-year run as a late-night host, previously leading Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1993-2009) and The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (2009-10) on NBC.

Connecting… (NBC)
This remotely-filmed comedy series was dropped after four episodes with the remaining four episodes being released online.

Country Comfort (Netflix)
Bailey’s music career has been cut short again. Netflix has cancelled Country Comfort so, there won’t be a second season of this multi-camera comedy series.

The Crew (Netflix)
The race is over for Kevin and his garage team. Netflix has cancelled The Crew so, there won’t be a second season for this multi-camera comedy series.

The Crown (Netflix)
Created by Peter Morgan, this historical drama chronicles the reign of Elizabeth II; the Queen of the United Kingdom and 15 other Commonwealth realms. It’s been announced that season six is the end.

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! (Netflix)
A family comedy that was co-created by star Jamie Foxx, this series was cancelled after one season of eight episodes.

Dead to Me (Netflix)
It seems that the Dead to Me TV show isn’t long for this world. Netflix has announced that the show has been renewed for a third but final season.

Debris (NBC)
NBC has canceled Debris, Deadline confirmed on Thursday, after the fate of the freshman sci-fi detective drama had been up in the air following its May 24 finale that wrapped up a 13-episode run.

Dickinson (Apple TV+) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
Dickinson is returning soon for its third and final season. Apple TV+ has set a premiere date for the series, and the first three of 10 episodes will arrive on November 5th. The series finale is set to be released on December 24th.

Doc Martin (ITV)
Doc Martin, starring Martin Clunes as the grumpy British doctor, is to hang up his stethoscope next year with the tenth and final season of the UK drama.

Don't Be Tardy... (Bravo)
Bravo is saying goodbye to the Biermann family. The cable channel has cancelled Don’t Be Tardy…, the reality series which has been following the family since April 2012. The series concluded with its eighth season finale which aired in December.

Drunk History (Comedy Central)
Drunk History was set to return for a seventh season after a renewal last summer, but now those plans have been cancelled.

The Duchess (Netflix)
This comedy series from Katherine Ryan ran for just six episodes before being cancelled.

DuckTales (2017) (Disney XD)
The adventure is coming to an end. Variety reports Disney XD has cancelled their DuckTales TV show reboot after three seasons.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show (NBC) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
The current “Queen of Daytime Talk” is stepping down. It’s been announced that The Ellen DeGeneres Show is ending with its upcoming 19th season. The final episodes of the syndicated talk show will air in 2022.

Evel (USA Network) [In Development]
A limited series based on the life of stunt performer Evel Knievel, this show was set to star Milo Ventimiglia in the lead role. Due to production delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the series order was cancelled.

Everything's Gonna Be Okay (Freeform)
Nicholas and his unique family won’t return for the 2021-22 television season. Freeform has cancelled the Everything’s Gonna Be Okay comedy series so there’s not going to be a third season.

The Expanse (Amazon) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
Amazon Studios is planning for the future. The company announced today that The Expanse TV series has been renewed for a sixth and final season on Amazon Prime Video.

F is for Family (Netflix)
Netflix is bringing the F Is for Family TV series back for a final run in 2021. The streaming service has renewed the animated comedy TV show for a fifth season but that will also be the end.

Feel Good (Netflix)
There’s mixed news for fans of the Feel Good TV series on Netflix. The streaming service has renewed the dramedy series for a second, albeit final, season. The first season had been a co-production with Channel 4 in the UK but the second season will be a Netflix exclusive.

Filthy Rich (2019) (FOX)
The soapy twists and turns of the Monreaux family won’t see a second season on FOX. The network has cancelled the Filthy Rich TV series after five episodes.

For Life (ABC)
Inspired by the life of wrongly incarcerated Isaac Wright Jr., this drama series was cancelled after two seasons.

Frankie Drake Mysteries (CBC)
Frankie Drake Mysteries is ending its run on CBC with its current fourth season.

Generation (HBO Max)
A high school dramedy series, this show was cancelled after one season.

G.L.O.W. (Netflix)
Bittersweet news for GLOW fans. The TV show won’t be returning due to the ongoing pandemic. Netflix has dropped plans for the fourth and final season of GLOW.

Good Girls (NBC)
Beth, Ruby, and Annie won’t be back for the 2021-22 season. NBC has cancelled the Good Girls series so there won’t be a fifth year of the low-rated show.

Good Witch (Hallmark Channel)
Catherine Bell starred as Cassie Nightingale for 13 years in movies and the TV series that followed. The latter was cancelled after seven seasons.

Grace and Frankie (Netflix) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
Grace and Frankie is set to end after its seventh and final season – but not before becoming Netflix’s longest-running original. The digital platform has handed the Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin comedy a 16-episode run for its final season, taking the total number of episodes to 94. This comes ahead of the premiere of season six, which will premiere in January 2020.

Grand Army (Netflix)
A teen drama that revolves around students at the largest public high school in Brooklyn, this show lasted for just one season of nine episodes.

Green Arrow and the Canaries (The CW) [In Development]
Deadline has now revealed that Green Arrow and the Canaries is not moving forward. However, The 100 prequel still has a chance to air. In fact, a possible deal could see the series air on both The CW and HBO Max. The options for both casts expired last year.

The Haunting of Hill House/The Haunting of Bly Manor (Netflix)
It appears they have run out of haunts for the anthology! Netflix has cancelled the series which first featured The Haunting of Hill House followed by The Haunting of Bly Manor.

The Haves and the Have Nots (OWN)
The eighth season of The Haves and the Have Nots just kicked off on OWN this week. While the series hasn’t been cancelled, it seems like the Tyler Perry drama is coming to an end in 2021 and won’t have a ninth season.

Helstrom (Hulu)
Though there’s still plenty of evil to vanquish, Daimon and Ana are out of work. Hulu has cancelled the Helstrom TV series so, there won’t be a second season of the fantasy horror series.

His Dark Materials (HBO) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
It looks like Lyra’s adventures are coming to a conclusion. HBO and BBC One have renewed the His Dark Materials fantasy mystery series for a third and final season.

Home & Family (Hallmark Channel)
A daytime lifestyle series, this show was cancelled and ends with its ninth season.

Hoops (Netflix)
It looks like this game is over. Netflix has cancelled the Hoops TV series so, there won’t be a second season.

I'm Sorry (truTV)
The plug has been pulled on season three of I’m Sorry. The truTV series had been renewed for a new season set to arrive this year, but COVID-19 has caused a reversal of that earlier renewal.

Insecure (HBO)
Last May, HBO renewed the Insecure TV series for a fifth season, and today, the cable channel announced that would also be the final season.

The Irregulars (Netflix)
A British mystery supernatural drama, this show was dropped after one season of eight episodes.

Iyanla: Fix My Life (OWN)
The cable channel announced that this series that stars life coach Iyanla Vanzant ends with season eight.

Judge Judy (Syndication)
The 25th season of this popular simulated courtroom series is the end but, Judge Judy Sheindlin will star in a new series called Judy Justice.

Jupiter's Legacy (Netflix)
Netflix has grounded another TV show. The streaming service has cancelled the Jupiter’s Legacy series so there won’t be a second season.

Keeping Faith (S4C/Acorn)
A thriller series from the UK, this show follows a solicitor at a family-run law firm whose husband disappears while she is on maternity leave. It ends with season three.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians (E!)
The end is coming for the Keeping Up with the Kardashians TV show. E! has announced that the unscripted TV series is ending with the 20th season which will air sometime in 2021.

Killing Eve (BBC America) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
The story of Villanelle and Polastri is coming to a close next year. BBC America has announced that the upcoming fourth season of the Killing Eve TV series will be the show’s last.

Kim's Convenience (CBC)
Last year, the Kim’s Convenience sitcom was renewed for fifth and sixth seasons but it’s now been announced that those plans have been cancelled and the family comedy will end with season five.

The Kominsky Method (Netflix)
Sandy and Norman are getting together for one last act. Netflix has announced they’ve ordered a third season of The Kominsky Method for the 2020-21 season. Season three of the series will also be the final season.

L.A.'s Finest (Spectrum)
Syd and Nancy’s partnership is over. Spectrum Originals has cancelled the LA’s Finest TV series so the police procedural TV series won’t be returning for a third season.

The Last Kingdom (Netflix)
A historical fiction series, this show ends with season five.

Last Man Standing (FOX)
The Last Man Standing TV show is ending but, this time, it’s not a cancellation. The FOX network has announced that the upcoming ninth season will wrap up the show.

Law & Order: For the Defense (NBC) [Canceled for 2021-22 Season] [In Development]
One of NBC’s new fall shows has been cancelled before it even premiered. The upcoming Law & Order: For the Defense series has been dropped but a new spin-off of the Law & Order franchise is already in the works.

The Lincoln Lawyer (CBS) [In Development]
The network had given a series production commitment for this show but, a year later, in the midst of the pandemic, CBS decided not to move forward.

A Little Late with Lilly Singh (NBC)
NBC is saying goodnight to A Little Late with Lilly Singh in June. While the peacock network and Singh aren’t calling this a cancellation, the late-night program’s last original episode will air on Friday, June 4th.

Liza on Demand (YouTube)
Liza on Demand, the half-hour scripted comedy series created by and starring Liza Koshy, is to end with its upcoming third season.

Lizzie McGuire (2020) [In Development]
The revival of the Lizzie McGuire series is not moving forward. Via Instagram, Hilary Duff on Wednesday informed her followers that plans for a revival of her sitcom have been cancelled. But, the series could still return at a later date.

Lost in Space (2018) (Netflix)
The journey of The Robinson family isn’t over just yet. Netflix has announced that the Lost in Space TV series has been renewed for a third, albeit final, season. The new episodes are expected to be released in 2021.

Lou Dobbs Tonight (FOX Business Network)
Lou Dobbs Tonight will no longer air on Fox Business Network. The cable channel has dropped the high-rated news series from its prime-time lineup.

Lovecraft Country (HBO)
Scary times are over. HBO has opted not to make a second season of the Lovecraft Country TV series.

Lucifer (Netflix)
Lucifer fans are in luck! Netflix just announced they’ve ordered a sixth and final season of the supernatural TV show. The streaming service had previously announced that the upcoming fifth season would be the end.

MacGyver (2016) (CBS)
Mac hangs up his bubble gum and paper clips after five seasons and 94 episodes of this reboot series.

Manifest (NBC) [Ending in 2021-22 Season] Resurrected by Netflix
There are more Manifest mysteries to be solved but viewers won’t get answers on the peacock network. NBC has cancelled the TV series so, there won’t be a fourth season.

mixed-ish (ABC)
A prequel to the Black-ish TV series, this sitcom about young “Bow” Johnson was cancelled after two years.

Mom (CBS)
In the fall, Anna Faris left Mom, and now, the long-running sitcom is leaving CBS.  The network has announced that the comedy series is ending and that the series finale will air on Thursday, May 6th.

The Moodys (FOX)
To the surprise of no one, this low-rated family comedy series was cancelled after two seasons and a total of 14 episodes.

Motherland: Fort Salem (Freeform) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
These witches will continue working their magic for one final year. Freeform has renewed the Motherland: Fort Salem series for a third and final season.

Mr. Iglesias (Netflix)
School is out. Netflix has cancelled the Mr. Iglesias TV show so, there won’t be a third season for this multi-camera comedy series.

Mr. Inbetween (FX)
The upcoming third season will be the last for FX’s Mr Inbetween. FX has opted not to pick up a fourth season of the Australian drama series, created by, written and starring Scott Ryan and directed by Nash Edgerton.

Narcos: Mexico (Netflix) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
Season three is the end of this series that explores the early origins of the Mexican drug war.

NCIS: New Orleans (CBS)
CBS won’t be back to The Big Easy for the 2021-22 television season. The network has decided to cancel the NCIS: New Orleans TV series and end it with the current seventh year.

neXt (2020) (FOX)
The battle for humanity’s survival is ending earlier than hoped The FOX network has cancelled the neXt TV series so there won’t be a second season, a victim of low ratings and COVID-19.

On Becoming a God in Central Florida (Showtime)
Showtime has announced that plans for a second season of the On Becoming a God in Central Florida series have been cancelled.

On My Block (Netflix) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
Netflix is getting ready to say goodbye to Cesar, Ruby, Monse, and Jamal. The streaming service has renewed the On My Block drama series for a fourth and final season of 10 episodes (two more than season three).

The Outpost (The CW)
A fantasy drama series about the lone survivor of a race called Blackbloods, this show was dropped after 49 episodes.

Ozark (Netflix)
The saga of the Byrde family will soon be coming to an end after Netflix renewed Ozark for an expanded fourth and final season.

The Pack (Amazon)
A canine competition series, this show was cancelled following complaints from People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

Panic (Netflix)
Set in a small Texas town, this drama follows a group of high school seniors who compete to make their lives better in a dangerous game. It was cancelled after one season.

Peaky Blinders (BBC One) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
A historical crime drama, this show is ending with season six but is expected to have a wrap-up movie.

Pose (FX)
There won’t be a fourth season for the Pose TV series. The FX show will come to an end with its upcoming third season which will premiere on Sunday, May 2nd. There will be just seven episodes and the series finale will air on June 6th.

The President Is Missing (Showtime) [In Development]
The President Is Missing appears to be dead in the water. Showtime has cancelled its plans for the dramatic series that’s based on the book written by James Patterson and Bill Clinton. David Oyelowo was set to star in the series with Anne Dowd.

Prodigal Son (FOX)
Malcolm’s work and family struggles are over. FOX has cancelled the Prodigal Son TV series so there won’t be a third season.

Punky Brewster (Peacock)
A sequel to the 1980s sitcom, this Soleil Moon Frye was dropped after one season.

Queen of the South (USA)
USA Network has announced the long-awaited premiere date for season five of the Queen of the South TV series. The cable channel has also revealed that these will be the final 10 episodes so, there’s no chance of a sixth season renewal.

Queen Sono (Netflix)
In an unfortunate turn of events, Queen Sono has been cancelled. The streaming service has reversed it’s renewal decision and there will be no season 2 for the drama series.

Raven’s Home (Disney)
It looks like the current Season 4 will be the last.

Rebel (ABC)
Inspired by the life of activist Erin Brockovich, this drama was cancelled after one season.

The Republic of Sarah (The CW)
The problems of the people of Greylock are over. The CW has cancelled The Republic of Sarah so there won’t be a second season.

The Right Stuff (Disney+)
Revolving around America’s Mercury Seven astronauts, this series ran for one season and eight episodes.

Sexy Beast (Paramount Network) [In Development]
Sexy Beast is not moving forward at Paramount Network. The cable channel ordered the prequel series last year, and it was still in development when COVID-19 hit. However, the merger that created ViacomCBS has caused more issues. With budget cuts, the series is seeing itself cut.

Shameless (Showtime)
The end is near for the Shameless TV show. Showtime has renewed the show for an 11th and final season. The final 12 episodes will begin airing Summer 2020. According to Showtime’s co-president of entertainment, Gary Levine, the 10th season cast is set to return. There’s hope that Emmy Rossum will return before the end.

Shrill (Hulu)
Shrill is coming to an end sometime this spring. The Hulu comedy TV series is ending with the upcoming third season.

The Society (Netflix)
There’s been a change of plans at Netflix. The streaming service previously renewed The Society TV series for a second season. Now, those plans have been cancelled due to COVID-19.

The Spanish Princess (Starz)
The cable channel ordered a “second run” of episodes to wrap up Catherine of Aragon’s story.

Special (Netflix)
Netflix has revealed that the show is ending (seemingly cancelled) so viewers shouldn’t expect a third season renewal.

The Split (BBC One/SundanceTV) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
The BBC and AMC’s SundanceTV have renewed Sister relationship series The Split for a third and final season.

Stumptown (ABC)
Bad news for Dex and her friends. ABC renewed the Stumptown TV series for a second season back in May but now, due to production delays, those plans have been cancelled.

Supergirl (The CW)
Supergirl will be taking her last flight. The CW and producers Warner Bros TV and Berlanti Productions just announced that the drama series starring Melissa Benoist will conclude with the upcoming sixth season, set for premiere on the CW in 2021.

Superstore (NBC)
The doors of Cloud 9 doors are closing during the 2020-21 television season. NBC has revealed that the Superstore TV show is ending and won’t have a seventh season.

The Third Day (HBO)
A limited series starring Jude Law and Naomie Harris, this series concluded after six episodes and a special.

This Is Us (NBC) [Ending in 2021-22 Season]
The popular story of the Pearson family wraps up with a sixth and final season.

Tosh.0 (Comedy Central)
Tosh.0 is coming to an end. Deadline reports the Comedy Central TV show will end after its upcoming 12th season.

Trickster (2020) (CBC/The CW)
The Trickster TV show will have a shorter than expected lifespan. The drama series, which originates on CBC in Canada, is currently airing its first season on The CW. Trickster had already been renewed for a second season in Canada but now, those plans have been cancelled.

Truth Seekers (Amazon)
Revolving around a team of paranormal investigators, this comedy series was cancelled after one season of eight episodes.

Ultimate Slip 'N Slide (NBC) [Canceled for 2021-22 Season]
Ultimate Slip ‘N Slide is slipping down a deep hole. NBC has decided to scrap the planned summer series due to a halt of production. After a crew member tested positive for giardia, the network halted filming with one week left to go.

The Unicorn (CBS)
A comedy about a recently widowed father getting back into the dating world, this Walton Goggins was cancelled after two seasons.

Utopia (2020) (Amazon)
Someone else will have to save the world. Amazon Prime Video has cancelled the Utopia TV show so there won’t be a second season.

The Walking Dead (AMC) [Ending in 2022-23 Season]
AMC has revealed that The Walking Dead series will end with an expanded 11th season of 24 episodes which will be aired over two years.

We Are Who We Are (HBO)
The story of Fraser and Caitlin is over, at least for now. The cable channel says there are currently no plans for a second season.

Wife Swap (Paramount)
The cable channel is being rebranded to Paramount Movie Network sometime in 2021, and as a result  Ink Master, Wife Swap, and Battle of the Fittest Couples will all be cancelled.

Wilmore (Peacock)
Wilmore has ended its run on Peacock after one season but, it wasn’t cancelled. The late-night series aired its last episode on Friday night with Kerry Washington, Gina Yashere, and Sue Bird as guests.

Wynonna Earp (Syfy)
Wynonna and her team will return on Syfy — for a little while. The cable channel has cancelled the Wynonna Earp TV series so, there won’t be a fifth season. On the bright side, there are hopes of finding a new home for the series and Syfy will air the final six episodes of season four starting on March 5th.

Year of the Rabbit (Channel 4/IFC)
Year of the Rabbit will not be returning for season two on IFC after all. Channel 4 in the UK, which co-funds the comedy series, has backtracked on its second season renewal from last February due to COVID-19.

Younger (TV Land)
Starring Sutton Foster, this dramedy series ends with a seventh and final season of 12 episodes.

Your Honor (Showtime) Resurrected by Showtime
The end is near for Michael Desiato. Showtime has confirmed that Your Honor will indeed end next Sunday so, there won’t be a second season.

Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (NBC)
This quirky musical comedy series drew low ratings and a small but devoted following. It looked like it might move to the Peacock streaming service but instead, it was cancelled after two seasons.

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Notes:

  • AMC has revealed that The Walking Dead series will end with an expanded 11th season of 24 episodes which will be aired over two years. AMC previously ordered six extra installments for season 10 so there are still 30 episodes yet to come. The show is expected to air its season finale in 2022.

  • Showtime has reversed an earlier decision and renewed the Your Honor TV series for a second season. Bryan Cranston will return to star in season two which will air in 2022. More info...

  • Netflix has revived Manifest for a fourth and final season. It’s worth noting that the show was saved on August 28th since the show revolves around passengers of Flight 828. More info...


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imdb has a link that shows everything cancelled as well. Thanx for the hard work. They show most of the shows before this site does. Thats why I go there.

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I go to IMDb too, but I like the way TV Series Finale lays everything out, and goes more in-depth, especially with the ratings and stuff. Besides, most members aren't even aware a show is ending until it's announced here. Consider it a partnership between these two sources for the uninformed fans here at next-episode. It wasn't much work on my part honestly, outside of linking the shows to the show pages here at next-episode. It took me a couple of days because I got lazy towards the end. hmm

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Still appreciated.

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Thanks! smile

180 Ending or Canceled TV Shows for the 2019-20 SeasonUpdated on 9/16/2021

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Here’s a list of TV shows that aired (or are expected to air) during the 2019-20 season (roughly September 2019 through August 2020) but won’t be back for the 2020-21 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been canceled? Check the following season lists -- 2020-21 | 2018-19

Most recent additions: Little Voice (Apple TV+), Cursed (Netflix), Counting On (TLC), Don't (ABC), World of Dance (NBC), The Twilight Zone (CBS All Access), I May Destroy You (HBO), High Maintenance (2016) (HBO), The Outsider (HBO), One Day at a Time (2017) (Pop), The Order (Netflix), Interrogation (CBS All Access), Brave New World (2020) (Peacock), Teenage Bounty Hunters (Netflix), Ink Master (Paramount), Battle of the Fittest Couples (Paramount), The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (Netflix), United We Fall (ABC)

**Red = most recent entry**

This list will be updated as the season progresses so feel free to bookmark and check back. I also took the liberty of replacing most of the original TV show links with the show pages available here at next-episode. If I’ve missed something, or if you spot any incorrect info, please let me know. smile

3% (Netflix)
While the news apparently has not made it widely to the U.S. yet, the Netflix Brazil Twitter account passed on the announcement from series creator Pedro Aguilera that the dystopian series 3% has been renewed for a fourth and final season.

13 Reasons Why (Netflix)
"13 Reasons Why" has been renewed for Season 4 at Netflix, which will also be the show’s final season, Variety has learned.

68 Whiskey (Paramount Network)
The battle is over at Paramount Network. The cable channel has cancelled the 68 Whiskey TV series so, there won’t be a second season.

The 100 (The CW)
The 100 TV show is coming to a close with 100 episodes. The CW series is ending with its upcoming seventh season of 16 episodes which will bring the show’s tally to exactly 100 installments. Season seven is expected to air sometime in 2020.

The Affair (Showtime)
The cable channel announced that this psychological drama series would end with season five.

AJ and the Queen (Netflix)
“AJ and the Queen” has been canceled after a single season at Netflix.

Alexa & Katie (Netflix)
About a teenage girl fighting cancer and her best friend, this series lasted for three seasons.

Almost Family (FOX)
A drama about the offspring of a fertility doctor who used his own sperm to conceive over 100 children, this series drew low ratings and was cancelled after one season.

Altered Carbon (Netflix)
The future isn’t good for the Altered Carbon TV series. The Netflix sci-fi drama has been cancelled by the streaming service so there won’t be a third season.

Ambitions (OWN)
Ambitions did not win out in the end. OWN canceled the series. This means the series will not return for a second season. The first season ended on December 19. This means the show’s season finale will also serve as its series finale.

Anne with an E (CBC/Netflix)
Anne with an E is coming to an end. The series, which airs on CBC and Netflix has been cancelled after three seasons.

Arrow (The CW)
The network announced that this superhero series ends with an eighth season of 10 episodes.

Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love (Netflix)
Did the teen genius see this coming? Netflix has cancelled the Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love comedy series. There won’t be a second season but, the multi-camera sitcom’s not over quite yet. According to Deadline, the show won’t have a second season but, a 15th episode — a Christmas installment — has already been produced and will be released later this year.

Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show (Netflix)
Sad news for sketch comedy. Deadline reports Netflix has cancelled Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show after only one season.

The Bachelor: Summer Games (ABC) [In Development]
The Bachelor Summer Games are over before they were even officially announced. Network ABC and production company Warner Bros. have called off this summer's planned Bachelor spin-off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Deadline.

The Baker and the Beauty (ABC)
It looks like ABC isn’t in love with Daniel and Noa.  The network has cancelled The Baker and the Beauty TV show so there won’t be a second season.

Ballers (HBO)
HBO’s sports comedy Ballers starring Dwayne Johnson will end after its fifth season, which kicks off Sunday, August 25th on HBO.

Bastards (Apple) [In Development]
The tech giant ordered this Richard Gere drama to series but later cancelled those plans.

Battle of the Fittest Couples (Paramount)
The cable channel is being rebranded to Paramount Movie Network sometime in 2021, and as a result  Ink Master, Wife Swap, and Battle of the Fittest Couples will all be cancelled.

Best Intentions (Pop TV) [In Development]
The Pop TV cable network has cancelled Flack just shy of its Season 2 premiere, Florida Girls, which it renewed for Season 2 in October 2019, and Best Intentions, a coming-of-age comedy from American Pie‘s Adam Herz. Best Intentions had not yet premiered on Pop.

The Big Show Show (Netflix)
It looks like The Big Show’s show is over. Netflix has cancelled The Big Show Show TV series so there won’t be a second season.

Bless This Mess (ABC)
ABC has canceled freshman drama Emergence and sophomore comedies Bless This Mess, Single Parents and Schooled as well as the new Kids Say The Darndest Things revival with Tiffany Haddish.

Blindspot (NBC)
The network renewed this Friday night drama for a fifth and final season. Hopefully, the writers will give the series a satisfying conclusion.

Bluff City Law (NBC)
The (finally) judgment is in. NBC has officially cancelled Bluff City Law after only one season and 10 episodes.

The Boardroom (ESPN+) [In Development]
The Boardroom is closing up shop on ESPN+, but the series will continue in some format on other platforms for free. The series aired for two seasons on the premium channel.

BoJack Horseman (Netflix)
BoJack Horseman is riding off into the L.A. sunset. Netflix has announced that the forthcoming sixth season of the adult animated comedy will be its last.

Book Of Enchantment (Disney+) [In Development]
One of the upcoming projects set to come to Disney+ was a live action version of “Book Of Enchantment”, which was based on the popular Villains book series by Serena Valentino. Unfortunately it looks like Disney has pulled the plug on this series according to Deadline.

Born This Way (A&E)
A&E’s Emmy-winning docuseries Born This Way is coming to an end, with a fifth and final season.

Brave New World (2020) (Peacock)
The sci-fi series about a so-called perfect society won’t be returning for a second season. The Peacock streaming service has cancelled the Brave New World TV show after one season of nine episodes.

Briarpatch (USA Network)
A drama anthology series, the first season stars Rosario Dawson. Unfortunately, there won’t be a second.

Brockmire (IFC)
Time for one more inning of Brockmire. The series is returning for its fourth and final season in 2020. IFC announced on Thursday that the comedy would return with eight new episodes in March.

Broke (CBS)
CBS isn’t putting more money into Broke. The network just announced that the new comedy had been cancelled so there won't be a second season of the Thursday night TV show.

Carol's Second Act(CBS)
Looks like Carol’s Second Act won’t actually get a second act. CBS just announced they’ve cancelled the TV show after only one season.

Castle Rock (Hulu)
The streaming service cancelled this anthology series which is based on the stories of horror author Stephen King.

Claws (TNT)
The Nail Artisans of Manatee County salon is closing. TNT has announced that the Claws TV show has been renewed for a fourth and final season. Season four is expected to air sometime in 2020 and an episode order hasn’t been announced yet.

COPS (Paramount Network) Resurrected by Fox Nation
“Cops” has officially been canceled at Paramount Network. Definitive news that the series won’t return comes only four days after Variety exclusively reported that it had been pulled from the schedule.

Corporate (Comedy Central)
This work comedy was renewed for a third and final season on the cable channel.

Cortés y Moctezuma (Amazon) [In Development]
Amazon has scrapped plans to resume production and complete Cortés y Moctezuma, its epic four-hour miniseries starring and executive produced by Oscar winner Javier Bardem and executive produced by Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna.

Council of Dads (NBC)
The dads aren’t coming back for a second season. Co-star J. August Richards has revealed that the NBC family drama series, Council of Dads, has been cancelled a week ahead of its season (now series) finale.

Counting On (TLC)
Counting On has been cancelled by TLC after 11 seasons on the air. The series follows the extended Duggar family and is a spin-off of 19 Kids and Counting. The cable channel decided to cancel the series following the child pornography charges against Josh Duggar, the oldest child of the family.

Criminal Minds (CBS)
The network gave the venerable crime drama an early renewal for its 15th and finale season.

The Crown (Netflix)
The Crown is set to end with its fifth season with Imelda Staunton taking on the role of Queen Elizabeth. The surprise news comes just after the premiere of season three of Netflix’s royal drama and ahead of season four of the Left Bank-produced series.

Cursed (Netflix)
A re-imagining of the Arthurian legend, this story is told through the eyes of the future Lady of the Lake. It was cancelled after one season.

Dance Moms: Abby’s Virtual Dance-Off (Lifetime) [In Development]
Plans for this new series were dropped when the cable channel severed ties with Abby Lee Miller.

Dare Me (USA Network)
The high school drama won’t continue on the Dare Me TV show. USA Network has revealed that the series has been cancelled so there won’t be a second season.

DARK (Netflix)
It was revealed that this anthology series has just three chapters (seasons).

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (Netflix)
Bad news for the residents of Thra. Despite the fact that The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance TV series just won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Children’s Program, Netflix has cancelled the fantasy-drama series, choosing not to order a second season.

Daybreak (Netflix)
There won’t be a sophomore season for Netflix‘s high school zombie series. The streaming service has opted to cancel the Daybreak TV series after one season of 10 episodes.

DC Daily (DC Universe)
A daily series that covers news and content related to DC Comics, this streaming series lasted less than two years.

Dead to Me (Netflix) [Ending in 2020-21 Season]
It seems that the Dead to Me TV show isn’t long for this world. Netflix has announced that the show has been renewed for a third but final season.

Dear White People (Netflix)
Graduation day is nigh for Winchester’s upperclassmen: Netflix has renewed Dear White People for a fourth and final season.

Defending Jacob (Apple TV+)
An eight-episode limited series, this show tells the story of a family dealing with the accusation that their 14-year-old son may be a murderer.

Deputy (FOX)
Fox is asking Deputy to turn in its badge and gun: The Stephen Dorff-led freshman drama won’t return for a second season, TVLine has learned.

Don't (ABC)
The alphabet network “doesn’t” want this game show back for the 2020-21 season. ABC has cancelled the Don’t TV series so there won’t be a second season. No reason was given for the cancellation.

E! News (E!)
There has been a huge shake-up at the E! Channel. The cable channel has cancelled three of its entertainment news programs, E! News, Pop of the Morning, and In the Room.

Eastsiders (Netflix)
Ahead of the fourth season premiere, it was revealed that there wouldn’t be a fifth season.

Elena of Avalor (Disney Junior)
Disney TV Animation has announced that Elena of Avalor will come to an end after it’s yet to be released third season.

Emergence (ABC)
The mystery won’t be solved on Emergence. ABC has revealed they’ve cancelled the Tuesday night drama series so there won’t be a second season.

Empire (FOX)
The music family drama was renewed for a [sixth and final season.

The End of the F***king World (Netflix)
Series creator Charlie Covell said that there aren’t any plans for a third season of this British dark comedy series.

Escape the Night (YouTube)
Escape the Night is seeing daylight on YouTube, but fans may still see a fifth season, per Variety. Joey Graceffa revealed that fans may see a fifth season somewhere else. It may not be this year, but he left the door open for it to return.

Flack (Pop TV)
Flack will not premiere on Pop TV next week. In a surprising move, the series has been canceled just one week before its season two return. Per Deadline, producers for the show are looking for a new home for the series, so fans could still see the second season.

Florida Girls (Pop TV)
Pop TV is paring down its scripted programming commitments as dust continues to settle from the Viacom-CBS merger. Variety has learned exclusively that three original series — “Flack,” “Florida Girls,” and “Best Intentions” — will not move ahead at the network. Their respective studios will be free to shop the shows to other outlets.

Four Dads (Disney+) [In Development]
Earlier this year we reported that Disney was working on a new comedy series for Disney+ called Four Dads.  But in an article by Deadline about the cancellation of the new Muppets series, Live Another Day, they also confirmed that Four Dads, also did not go forward.

Fresh Off the Boat (ABC)
The Huang family is getting ready to say goodbye. ABC has announced that Fresh Off the Boat is coming to an end with the current sixth season. The family sitcom will wrap up with a special hour-long series finale that will air at 8:00 PM on Friday, February 21, 2020.

Fuller House (Netflix)
A sequel to the Full House sitcom (1987-95), this family comedy series ends with its fifth season. The extended Tanner clan will say goodbye after a total of 13 total seasons. Will they return someday?

Future Man (Hulu)
A sci-fi comedy series, this show revolves around an underachieving janitor who is needed to save the world. It ends with season three.

Glitch (ABC)
“The entire universe will be torn apart.” Netflix just announced the premiere date for the third and final season of Glitch. The third and final season of Glitch debuts on Netflix on September 25th and on ABC (Australia) on August 25th.

God Friended Me (CBS)
Looks like CBS is unfriending God Friended Me. CBS just announced they’ve canceled the TV show after two seasons, Deadline reports.

Goliath (Amazon)
Goliath is being given a bit more life. Amazon has renewed the Billy Bob Thornton drama for one more season. Season three premiered on October 4 on the streaming series, and its future was up in the air. Now, fans breathe a sigh of relief. Goliath will be able to wrap its story. Season three ended on a cliffhanger, and no one likes to go out on one of those!

The Good Place (NBC)
What the fork? It was announced that season four is the end of this afterlife comedy series.

Greenleaf (OWN)
The end is near for the Greenleaf TV series but, the story may continue. OWN has announced that the fifth and finals season of Greenleaf will debut on Tuesday, June 23rd at 9:00 PM. The channel has also revealed that there’s a new spin-off series in the works.

Harlots (Hulu/ITV Encore)
A period drama about a group of determined “businesswomen”, this series ran for three seasons and 24 episodes before being cancelled.

Hawaii Five-0 (CBS)
Hawaii Five-0 is packing it up. Deadline reports the CBS TV show is ending after 10 seasons.

Henry Danger (Nickelodeon)
During a recent night out, Henry Danger star Jace Norman revealed the TV show will end after its fifth season. Nickelodeon has not confirmed the news. The show’s fifth (and seemingly final) season returns with new episodes on September 21st.

High Fidelity (Hulu
High Fidelity, starring and executive produced by Zoë Kravitz, will not be getting a second season on Hulu.

High Maintenance (2016) (HBO)
It looks like “The Guy” needs a new line of work. TV Line has confirmed that there won’t be a fifth season of the High Maintenance TV show, at least for now.

High Noon (ESPN)
A daytime sports talk show that began in 2018, this series was reportedly cancelled due to low ratings.

Homeland (Showtime)
In April 2018, star Claire Danes confirmed that season eight would be this spy thriller’s final year. It was later revealed that the final season would be delayed.

Homicide Hunter: Lt Joe Kenda (Investigation Discovery)
It’s a sad day for fans of true crime television in general and groundbreaking show Homicide Hunter in particular. Lieutenant Joe Kenda, whose matter-of-fact delivery and dry humor helped turn the show into an international hit, has announced that Homicide Hunter Season 9 will be the show’s last. According to Kenda, the decision to end Homicide Hunter was surprisingly easy — if not easy to actually make — and stems from simple math.

How To Get Away With Murder (ABC)
It’s going to be “case closed” on ABC’s How to Get Away with Murder. The Thursday night drama series will be ending with its upcoming sixth season, which will debut on September 26, 2019. The network hasn’t announced an episode count but the past seasons have all had 15 installments each.

I Am Not Okay With This (Netflix)
Turns out, this Netflix series isn’t okay. The streaming service has cancelled the I Am Not Okay With This TV series. There won’t be a second season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

I May Destroy You (HBO)
It seems that Arabella’s story won’t have a second chapter. It’s been confirmed that the I May Destroy You TV series isn’t expected to return for a second season on the HBO channel in the United States and on BBC One in the United Kingdom.

Impulse (YouTube)
YouTube has canceled “Impulse,” arguably its final out-and-out drama, after two seasons. The cancelation leaves only a couple remaining scripted series at the web subscription service, namely “Cobra Kai” and “Liza on Demand,” and is the latest example of YouTube’s shifting content strategy.

In The Room (E!)
There has been a huge shake-up at the E! Channel. The cable channel has cancelled three of its entertainment news programs, E! News, Pop of the Morning, and In the Room.

Indebted (NBC)
NBC isn’t investing any more in Indebted. The network just announced they’ve cancelled the freshman TV show after only one season.

Ink Master (Paramount)
The cable channel is being rebranded to Paramount Movie Network sometime in 2021, and as a result  Ink Master, Wife Swap, and Battle of the Fittest Couples will all be cancelled.

Insatiable (Netflix)
Netflix isn’t craving any more Insatiable. Deadline reports the streaming service has cancelled the TV show after two seasons.

Interrogation (CBS ALL Access)
The Interrogation room is empty. The CBS All Access series has been cancelled so there will not be a second season of the non-linear drama.

The Jim Jefferies Show (Comedy Central)
Get ready to say good-bye to The Jim Jeffries Show. Comedy Central is ending the series at the end of its third season. The final episode of the series airs later this month. The weekly series has Jeffries sharing his unique views on politics and the world with his viewers.

Katy Keene (The CW)
The CW isn’t keen on giving Katy Keene a second season. The smallest network has cancelled the drama series after one season of 13 episodes.

Kidding (Showtime)
Showtime isn’t kidding around any longer. The cable channel cancelled the low-rated Kidding TV show so it won’t be back for a third season.

Kids Say the Darndest Things (ABC)
Some bad news for fans of Kids Say the Darndest Things. ABC just revealed they’ve cancelled the TV show after only one season.

Knightfall (History)
It’s two-and-done for a pair of History dramas. The cable network has cancelled Project Blue Book and Knightfall after two seasons a piece, Deadline reports.

Liar (SundanceTV)
Starring Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd, this mystery drama series was renewed for a second season. It was later revealed that season two would be the end for the show.

Light as a Feather (Hulu)
Thanks to Tato for the heads up that it appears that Hulu have cancelled Light as a Feather after 2 Seasons.

Lights Out with David Spade (Comedy Central)
The lights are going out on Lights Out with David Spade. Comedy Central has cancelled the late night talk show, but it is trying to find a new home for the series. The Spade series went into production shutdown last month, and it will not return to Comedy Central, per Variety.

Limetown (Facebook Watch)
Facebook Watch is making some major cuts. Deadline reports the streaming service is cancelling both Sorry For Your Loss and Limetown.

Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector (NBC)
This Friday night crime drama was cancelled so, it looks like the serial killer will never be caught. The series ran for one season of 10 episodes.

Little Voice (Apple TV+)
If you’ve enjoyed the Little Voice TV show, this news won’t be music to your ears. The Apple TV+ subscription service has cancelled the romantic comedy-drama series so there won’t be a second season.

Live PD (A&E)
It’s not often that a channel will cancel its highest-rated series. Less than a month ago, A&E was touting the Live PD TV show’s great ratings. Today, the cable channel cancelled the series — at least for now.

Live PD: Police Patrol (A&E)
The Live PD franchise is gone for good. According to NextTV, Sony Pictures Television has cancelled the A&E TV show’s syndicated spin-off series Live PD Police Patrol.

Looking for Alaska (Hulu)
Based on the John Green novel, this drama series was designed to run just eight episodes.

Madam Secretary (CBS)
The Tiffany network renewed this Sunday night drama for a sixth season and later revealed that would be the end.

The Magicians (Syfy)
The end is just around the corner for The Magicians. The current fifth season of the fantasy drama series will be its last; the April 1st, Season 5 finale will serve as series finale.

The Man In The High Castle (Amazon)
It’s been announced that the alt-history series ends with its fourth season.

Man with a Plan (CBS)
CBS apparently has no more plans for Matt LeBlanc. The network just announced they’ve cancelled the  Man with a Plan TV show so there won’t be a fifth season.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC)
With less-than-impressive ratings and fears of being cancelled each year, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is ending on its own terms.

Marvel's Ghost Rider (Hulu) [In Development]
Ghost Rider fans have some bad news. The potential Marvel spin-off series planned for Hulu is not moving forward. The streaming platform canceled its plans for the series this week. Marvel’s Ghost Rider was in the works after the character joined Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD in 2016. Why did Hulu cancel its plans for the Marvel’s Ghost Rider spin-off? Deadline reported that the teams at the streaming platform and behind the series reached a “creative impasse” that forced Hulu to scrap its plans.

Marvel's Howard the Duck (Hulu) [In Development]
Marvel is not moving forward with its Hulu animated series Howard the Duck and Tigra & Dazzler, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to Deadline.

Marvel’s Runaways (Hulu)
Another live-action Marvel series bites the dust. Hulu has announced that Marvel’s Runaways TV show won’t have a fourth season. Season three, comprised of 10 episodes, will end the series and be released on Friday, December 13th. Hopefully, it won’t leave fans of the show with a cliffhanger.

Marvel's Tigra & Dazzler Show [In Development]
Marvel is not moving forward with its Hulu animated series Howard the Duck and Tigra & Dazzler, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to Deadline.

Medici (Netflix/RaiUno)
An Italian-British historical drama, this show ran for three seasons and 24 episodes.

The Mel Robbins Show (Syndication)
The Mel Robbins Show will not return next fall. The daytime talk show has been canceled. The series will finish out its one and only season though, so viewers can keep tuning in to watch the series until then.

Merry Happy Whatever (Netflix)
It was an incredibly busy festive period for Netlfix in 2019, and we saw the addition of a whole variety of  holiday-themed titles arrive throughout the season, including the sitcom Merry Happy Whatever. Sadly, after receiving a lukewarm reception, the Original comedy series has officially been canceled after just one season on Netflix.

Messiah (Netflix)
Is Al-Masih the savior that his followers believe him to be? It looks like we may never know. Netflix has cancelled the Messiah TV show so there won’t be a second season of the series.

Modern Family (ABC)
The alphabet network renewed this mockumentary-style family sitcom for an 11th and final season.

Mrs. America (Hulu)
A mini-series starring Cate Blanchett, it follows the political movement to pass the Equal Rights Amendment. It ran for nine episodes.

Mrs. Fletcher (HBO)
Based on Tom Perrotta’s novel, this seven-episode series revolves around the personal and sexual journeys of an empty-nest mother and her college freshman son.

Muppets Live Another Day (Disney+) [In Development]
Sad news for Muppets fans. Deadline reports Disney+ has cancelled plans for their Muppets Live Another Day TV show. According to Deadline, Muppets Live Another Day has been scrapped due to creative differences between the show’s producers and the Disney-owned Muppet Studio.

Next In Fashion (Netflix)
Netflix will be moving a whole lotta sewing machines into storage: The streamer has cancelled its competition series Next in Fashion after just one season, TVLine has confirmed.

NOS4A2 (AMC)
Charlie Manx isn’t immortal after all. AMC has cancelled the NOS4A2 TV show so there won’t be a third season. The second season aired on both AMC and sister channel BBC America.

October Faction (Netflix)
Fresh off of Locke & Key's renewal, the streamer has opted to cancel its two remaining comic-inspired shows from the publisher as both V-Wars and October Faction will not move forward. V-Wars and October Faction both ran for one season each after launching Dec. 5 and Jan. 23, respectively.

One Day at a Time (2017) (Pop)
One Day at a Time just can’t seem to catch a break. Pop has cancelled the comedy TV show after a shortened fourth season but there’s a chance there could still be a fifth season.

The Order (Netflix)
Scary news for fans of The Order TV series. Netflix has cancelled the campy horror drama series so there won’t be a third season.

Outmatched (FOX)
Looks like Outmatched is out. FOX has revealed that the TV show has been cancelled after only one season.

The Outsider (HBO)
Despite having high ratings for the cable channel, this series was cancelled. Based on a novel by Stephen King, it ran for 10 episodes.

Party of Five (Freeform)
It looks like the party is over. Deadline reports Freeform has cancelled their Party of Five reboot after only one season.

Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (Netflix)
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj has come to an end on Netflix.

Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (Showtime)
The fight won’t continue. Showtime has cancelled its Penny Dreadful: City of Angels TV show so, there won’t be a second season.

Perfect Harmony (NBC)
Starring Bradley Whitford, this comedy series about a widowed Princeton instructor who becomes a music director for a small-town church. It ran for one season.

Power (Starz)
The cable channel revealed that the crime drama would end with an extended sixth season.

Preacher (AMC)
Adapted from DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint, this supernatural drama follows a hard-drinking, chain-smoking preacher. It was announced that season four would be the end.

Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (Freeform)
The Pretty Little Liars franchise is coming to an end for now. Freeform has opted not to renew Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists for a second season.

Project Blue Book (History)
It’s two-and-done for a pair of History dramas. The cable network has cancelled Project Blue Book and Knightfall after two seasons a piece, Deadline reports.

The Purge (USA Network)
USA Network continues to purge its schedule of scripted TV series and, appropriately enough, that includes The Purge. The anthology horror show has been cancelled and won’t be returning for a third season.

The Rain (Netflix)
Netflix has announced the renewal of its Danish, post-apocalyptic drama The Rain for a third and final season.

The Ranch (Netflix)
Ashton Kutcher revealed that season four (parts seven and eight) would be the end of this multi-camera comedy series.

Ray Donovan (Showtime)
Showtime’s drama series Ray Donovan starring Liev Schreiber will not be getting a final chapter. The Season 7 finale — which is now a series finale — aired on January 19.

Reprisal (Hulu)
Reprisal is not getting a reprise after all. Recently, star Madison Davenport announced the Hulu TV show has been cancelled after one season.

The Rook (Starz)
Myfanwy’s story has come to a close. According to TVLine, Starz has decided that there won’t be a second season of The Rook TV show.

Run (2020) (HBO)
HBO will not be proceeding with a second season of Run, its romantic comedic thriller starring Domhnall Gleeson and Merritt Wever.

Sanditon (ITV)
ITV won't be bringing back Sanditon for a second series, the broadcaster confirmed on December 11th. The cancellation was confirmed by Radio Times, with an ITV spokesperson telling the publication: "We loved Sanditon and we were very proud to have it on ITV.

Schitt’s Creek (Pop)
A comedy about the formerly wealthy Rose family, this series ends with season six.

Schooled (ABC)
Schooled hasn’t received a passing grade from ABC. The network has revealed they’ve cancelled the TV show so, it won’t be returning for a third season.

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is getting ready for its next season, and Netflix revealed when the series will return on Monday. Season five of the series will arrive in May. In addition to the premiere date, the streaming service revealed that the season will be its final season.

Silicon Valley (HBO)
It’s been confirmed that this cable series ends with a sixth season of seven episodes.

Single Parents (ABC)
The saga of Single Parents won’t continue. ABC just revealed they’ve cancelled the comedy series so it won’t be back for the 2020-21 season.

Siren (Freeform)
The Siren TV series has been sunk by Freeform. The cable channel has cancelled the mermaid drama series so, there won’t be a fourth season.

Sorry For Your Loss (Facebook Watch)
Facebook Watch is making some major cuts. Deadline reports the streaming service is cancelling both Sorry For Your Loss and Limetown.

Spinning Out (Netflix)
Spinning Out is taking a spill on the ice after just one season. Netflix has decided not to renew the figure skating drama for a second season.

Star Wars Resistance (Disney XD)
Good news, if you were hoping to get a look at the return of Kaz and friends post-The Force Awakens and Last Jedi adventures soon. Bad news: they’re Kaz and friends’ last. The second season will be the show’s last, making it the shortest-run of the recent Star Wars animated series.

Steven Universe (Cartoon Network)
A coming-of-age story of a young boy who lives with magical and humanoid aliens, this animated series comes to a close with an epilogue of 10 episodes.

Strahan, Sara and Keke (ABC)
Strahan, Sara and Keke is staying on hiatus permanently, according to reports. The series was put on hiatus back in March when it was replaced with a daily report about the pandemic, titled Pandemic: What You Need to Know.

Strike Back (Cinemax)
It was announced that the action drama is coming to an end for a second time.

Suits (USA Network)
This legal drama was renewed for a ninth and final season, but the channel has already ordered a spin-off called Pearson.

Sunnyside (NBC)
The sun will set on the Sunnyside TV show. The NBC sitcom has been cancelled and is being pulled from the schedule so, there won’t be a second season. However, the remaining episodes will still be made available.

Supernatural (The CW)
Demon hunters Sam and Dean Winchester have earned a break. The dark fantasy series ends with season 15.

Teenage Bounty Hunters
Netflix has cancelled the Teenage Bounty Hunters TV series so there won’t be a second season according to Deadline. The first and only season debuted on August 14th.

Tell Me a Story (CBS All Access)
The story is officially over. Deadline reports CBS All Access has cancelled the TV show Tell Me a Story after two seasons.

Tin Star (Amazon)
It was announced that this British-Canadia crime drama had been renewed for its third and final season.

Tommy (CBS)
Tommy won’t be back on patrol next season. CBS just announced that the network has cancelled the cop drama and won’t be ordering a second season for the 2020-21 broadcast season.

Treadstone (USA Network)
USA Network is closing the books on the Treadstone TV show. The cable channel has cancelled the action drama series, opting not to order a second season.

Trinkets (Netflix)
The good news is that Trinkets has been renewed for a second season. The bad news is that it will be the final one. The young adult comedy, based on the book by Kirsten Smith, will return in 2020 with 10 final epsiodes and a new showrunner.

Turn Up Charlie (Netflix)
Netflix is turning down Turn Up Charlie. The streaming service has canceled the comedy after just one season, as reported by Newschain. The series was created and stars Idris Elba, and it follows “a has-been DJ trying to turn his career around.”

The Twilight Zone (CBS All Access)
Hosted by Jordan Peele, this latest revival of the classic Rod Serling anthology series ran for two seasons and 20 total episodes before being cancelled.

Tyler Perry's If Loving You is Wrong (OWN)
It’s the beginning of the end for If Loving You Is Wrong on OWN. The cable channel has announced that the show has been renewed and the fifth season of the drama series will debut on Tuesday, March 10th, at 10:00 PM. The renewal comes as no surprise as stars of the series have said they’d already filmed episodes beyond season four. OWN also revealed that there won’t be a sixth season since season five will mark the end of the series.

United We Fall (ABC)
It appears that another ABC sitcom has fallen. The alphabet network has cancelled the United We Fall series after a short summer run. It won’t be returning for a second season.

V Wars (Netflix)
Fresh off of Locke & Key's renewal, the streamer has opted to cancel its two remaining comic-inspired shows from the publisher as both V-Wars and October Faction will not move forward. V-Wars and October Faction both ran for one season each after launching Dec. 5 and Jan. 23, respectively.

Vagrant Queen (SyFy)
Looks like Vagrant Queen has been permanently dethroned. Syfy has cancelled the TV show after only one season.

Van Helsing (Syfy)
This dark-fantasy horror series was renewed for a fifth and final season.

Very Cavallari (E!)
Very Cavallari is coming to an end. The star of the series, Kristin Cavallari, has decided to end the reality series after three seasons, per Deadline.

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show (ABC)
Goodbye, angel wings and bedazzled undergarments. The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is officially canceled.

Vida (Starz)
It turns out that the end is near for the Vida TV series. It’s been revealed that the Starz drama will end with the upcoming third season.

Vikings (History)
A historical drama series, the cable channel gave the show an early sixth season renewal and later announced those 20 episodes would be the end.

White Lines (Netflix)
White Lines has been cancelled so, there won’t be a second season of the thriller series.

Wild Bill (ITV)
ITV has canceled Rob Lowe’s fish out of water British cop drama Wild Bill after just one season.

Will &  Grace (NBC)
This sitcom was revived for a ninth season and was later renewed for seasons 10 and 11. The peacock network has decided that season 11 is the end (unless NBC decides to revive it again someday).

World of Dance (NBC)
Though the competition series saw some growth in its fourth season, the peacock network decided to call it quits anyway.

You Me Her (AT&T Audience Network)
Audience confirmed that season five finishes the romantic comedy series.

Younger (TV Land)
It seems that the end is near for the Younger TV show. According to one of the show’s actors, there won’t be an eighth season of the TV Land series.

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Notes:

  • Disney Junior has renewed their animated series, Puppy Dog Pals, for a fourth season, per The Hollywood Reporter. This is in advance of the return of its new season. Season three will arrive on the network on November 8. It was announced this past summer that the show would wrap up production at the end of the year with most of the crew moving on to other shows.

  • Amazon picks up Anna Paquin comedy-drama "Flack' after it was abruptly pulled by Pop TV.

  • Cops is returning to the small screen a little over a year after it left Paramount Network. Fox Nation has revived the series for its 33rd season. The series will premiere on the streaming service with four new episodes on October 1st. New episodes will be released on Friday nights and the streamer also plans to release 15 episodes of season 32.


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Re: Ending or Canceled TV Shows for the 2020-21 Season

Thanks, that's a good and compact overview!

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Origin (YouTube)
A sci-fi drama about abandoned passengers on a spacecraft, this series was dropped after one season and ten episodes. Harry Potter vets Natalia Tena and Tom Felton were among the cast.

That looks like a potentially good show, will add it to the list. smile

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A good overview! Will check out some of these.

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inkblot wrote:

imdb

Probably hidden somewhere, where sun does not shine. I really don't understand how IMDB can suck so badly, they have every opportunity to be great, but try, for example, to find the comedies of 2016 that are not in your watchlist. I could make that function like in 2 hours, they for some reason cannot in 15 years big_smile

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Re: Ending or Canceled TV Shows for the 2020-21 Season

170 Ending or Canceled TV Shows For The 2018-19 SeasonUpdated on 9/9/2020

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170 Ending or Canceled TV Shows for the 2018-19 SeasonUpdated on 9/9/2020
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Here’s a list of TV shows that aired (or are expected to air) during the 2018-19 season (roughly September 2018 through August 2019) but won’t be back for the 2019-20 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been canceled? Check the following season lists -- 2020-21 | 2019-20

Most recent additions: The Venture Bros. (Adult Swim), Soundtrack (Netflix), The Paynes (OWN), Mindhunter (Netflix) Sweetbitter (Starz), Reef Break (ABC), Strange Angel (CBS All Access), Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Netflix), BH90210 (FOX), Pearson (USA Network), The InBetween (NBC), Lodge 49 (AMC), Marvel's Cloak & Dagger (Freeform), The Guest Book (TBS), Grand Hotel (ABC), Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (Freeform)

**Red = most recent entry**

This list will be updated as the season progresses so feel free to bookmark and check back. I also took the liberty of replacing most of the original TV show links with the show pages available here at next-episode. If I've missed something, or if you spot any incorrect info, please let me know. smile

21 & Prime (NFL Network)
The channel reportedly needed to cut $20 million from the budget so at least five shows were cancelled.

Abbys (NBC)
Shot outdoors in front of a live audience, this sitcom revolves around a makeshift bar in a backyard. It was cancelled before all 13 episodes had aired.

The Alec Baldwin Show (ABC)
This interview series was dropped after nine episodes had aired, leaving two installments unaired.

All Together Now (BBC One)
It’s a rough day to be a BBC fan. Digital Spy reports the network has cancelled the TV shows Trust Me, Warren, and All Together Now.

American Princess (Lifetime)
American Princess has been dethroned. Deadline reports Lifetime has cancelled the TV show after only one season. American Princess was off to a bad start this past June when it debuted to a .09 rating in the 18-49 demo with 372,000 viewers. The numbers declined further during the Lifetime series’ run. Overall, viewership averaged just 205,000.

American Vandal (Netflix)
This mokumentary series was cancelled about a month after the second season was released.

Andi Mack (Disney Channel)
It was announced that season three would be the end for this tween comedy-drama series.

Angie Tribeca (TBS)
The cable channel cancelled this offbeat cop comedy after four seasons.

Animals. (HBO)
HBO has canceled the animated series “Animals.” after three seasons, Variety has confirmed.

Baskets (FX)
FX is done clowning around. The cable channel has announced that the Baskets TV show is ending with the current batch of episodes so, there won’t be a fifth season.

Berlin Station (EPIX)
A CIA drama series, this cable show was cancelled after three seasons and 29 episodes.

BH90210 (FOX)
The reunion for the cast of Beverly Hills, 90210 is over, at least for now. FOX’s BH90210 series has been cancelled so the summer show won’t be returning for a second season.

The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
It was announced that season 12 is the end for CBS’ top-rated sitcom.

Broad City (Comedy Central)
This comedy series follows the lives of Ilana and Abbi, two young Jewish-American women, who are making their way in New York City. It was announced that season five would be the end.

Busy Tonight (E!)
A late-night talk show, this series debuted in October 2018. In May 2019, host Busy Philipps revealed that the series had been cancelled, but she hopes to find a new home for the series.

Camping (HBO)
Co-creator Jenni Konner has indicated that there are no plans to make a second season and, she and co-creator Lena Dunham are committed to making their own projects. It did not do well in the ratings so, it seems doubtful that HBO would be itching for a second season anyway.

Catastrophe (Amazon)
The streaming service revealed that season four of this UK comedy would be the end.

Chambers (Netflix)
The streaming service cancelled this supernatural thriller series after one season of 10 episodes.

Champaign ILL (YouTube)
In this scripted series, a superstar rapper dies and leaves his best friends missing the luxury lifestyle they’ve come to love. It was dropped after one season of 10 episodes.

Channel Zero (Syfy)
The cable channel dropped this anthology horror series after four seasons and declining ratings.

Child Support (ABC)
This game show, hosted by Fred Savage and starring Ricky Gervais, ran for two seasons and 16 episodes.

The Code (CBS)
It’s case closed for The Code TV show. CBS has canceled the low-rated drama series so there won’t be a second season. Actress Dana Delaney broke the news via Twitter.

The Cool Kids (FOX)
Those four seniors won’t be causing any more trouble. Their Friday night comedy has been cancelled.

Counterpart (Starz)
The ratings dropped dramatically in season two and the cable channel announced that they wouldn’t be ordering a third season.

Crashing (HBO)
Created by star Pete Holmes, this comedy series ran for three seasons before being cancelled by HBO.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW)
A romantic musical dramedy series, this Rachel Bloom series defied odds and was repeatedly renewed, despite low ratings. It was announced that Rebecca Bunch’s (Bloom) story would come to a close with season four.

The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell (Netflix)
A comedy about an artist and baker who lives in a mansion filled with monsters and ghosts, the series was cancelled after one season.

Dancing with the Stars: Juniors (ABC)
This spin-off series didn’t do well in the ratings so, there won’t be a second season, at least for now.

Deadly Class (Syfy)
Revolving around an elite private academy where students are trained to become assassins, this black comedy thriller series was cancelled after one season.

Designated Survivor (Netflix)
President Kirkman’s term is over. Last year, ABC cancelled the Designated Survivor TV show after two low-rated seasons. Netflix picked up the series for a third season but has now decided not to order a fourth season.

The Detour (TBS)
For fans of The Detour TV show, it seems that TBS has taken a wrong turn. The cable channel has cancelled the family comedy series after four seasons. The August 20th installment will serve as a defacto series finale — at least for the time being. Though it’s been cancelled by TBS, there is a chance that The Detour could continue elsewhere. There’s been talk that the series, created by series star Jason Jones and Samantha Bee (host of TBS’ Full Frontal with Samantha Bee), could move to HBO Max. WarnerMedia’s forthcoming streaming service is overseen by Kevin Reilly, the head of TBS and TNT.

The Deuce (HBO)
The premium channel renewed this series for a third and final season.

The Disappearance (WGN America)
Though it ran in the United States for the first time in 2019, this dramatic miniseries was produced in Canada and aired on CTV back in 2017. There’s no second season.

Divorce (HBO)
HBO and Divorce are splitting up. Deadline reports the TV show will end after its upcoming third season.

Doc McStuffins (Disney Junior)
Laya DeLeon Hayes, the voice of the show’s titular character, shared that she had recorded the last episode of this animated children’s series.

The Durrells (ITV)
A comedy-drama series that’s based on Gerald Durrell’s three autobiographical books, it was revealed that season four is the end.

Easy (Netflix)
The streaming service confirmed that the anthology drama had been renewed for a third and final season.

Elementary (CBS)
This crime drama series was renewed for a seventh season of 13 episodes. It was later revealed that those would end the show.

The Enemy Within (NBC)
A spy drama starring Jennifer Carpenter and Morris Chestnut, this series ran for 13 episodes before being cancelled.

Face the Truth (syndicated)
A daily show, Vivica A. Fox and a panel help regular people resolve their problems. The show lasted one season.

Fam (CBS)
A comedy series, this show follows a young woman whose life is turned upside down when her out-of-control sister moves in. It was cancelled after 13 episodes.

The First (Hulu)
The Sean Penn drama series, about astronauts and their families, has been grounded after eight episodes.

The Fix (ABC)
There won’t be a second season for this legal drama that was co-created by Marcia Clark, the prosecutor in the infamous O.J. Simpson murder trial.

Fleabag (Amazon)
A comedy-drama, this show follows an angry and sex-addicted woman who lives in London. It was revealed that season two would be the end.

For the People (ABC)
The network cut this Thursday night legal drama after two low-rated seasons and 20 episodes.

Forever (Amazon)
Nothing lasts forever and, in the case of TV series, most don’t even make it to a second season. Today, it was revealed that Amazon had cancelled the Forever TV show after one season of eight episodes.

Fosse/Verdon (FX)
This series tells the tale of legendary choreographer Bob Fosse and actress/dancer Gwen Verdon. It ran for eight episodes.

Friends from College (Netflix)
Co-creator Nick Stoller announced that the comedy series won’t be returning for a third season.

Frontier (Discovery Canada)
It looks like Netflix is leaving the wilderness. Frontier star Jessica Matten recently revealed the TV show has been cancelled after three seasons. During a recent episode of the podcast Canadians Talking Sh*t, Matten revealed Frontier will not return for a fourth season despite earlier reports. Netflix has not yet confirmed the show’s cancellation.

Game of Thrones (HBO)
The cable channel announced that this epic fantasy drama series would end with an eighth season of six episodes.

The Gifted (FOX)
This sci-fi series follows a family who goes on the run after the children develop mutant abilities. The show lasted two low-rated seasons before being cancelled.

The Good Cop (Netflix)
In an unusual move by the streaming service, this Josh Groban and Tony Danza series was cancelled just a couple of months after the first season was released.

Gotham (FOX)
A series that focuses on a pre-Batman Gotham City, this live-action drama series ends with its fifth season.

Grand Hotel (ABC)
The alphabet network is checking out of Grand Hotel. ABC has cancelled the summer soapy drama series so there won’t be a second season.

The Guest Book (TBS)
The Guest Book has officially closed. Creator Greg Garcia just announced TBS has cancelled the TV show after two seasons.

Happy Together (CBS)
In this sitcom, a married couple invites a pop star to live with them and hilarity ensues. It lasted for 13 episodes.

Happy! (Syfy)
Starring Christopher Meloni and the voice of Patton Oswalt, this off-the-wall series ran for two low-rated seasons and 18 episodes before being cancelled.

House of Cards (Netflix)
The streaming service confirmed that season six is the final term for this political drama series.

The Hunt for the Trump Tapes (VICELAND)
The cable channel says that this Tom Arnold show won’t be back for a second year and was only intended to run for one season.

I Am Frankie (Nickelodeon)
Nickelodeon isn’t sticking with I Am Frankie. Recently, the stars of the TV show confirmed it’s been cancelled after two seasons.

I Feel Bad (NBC)
A sitcom about a working mom who feels bad when she deviates from her own high standards, this show ran for one season and 13 episodes.

I Love You, America (Hulu)
Comic Sarah Silverman and her series about trying to connect “unlike-minded” people lasted for 21 episodes before being cancelled.

In Contempt (BET)
The court is adjourned for In Contempt, BET’s legal drama series. The cable channel has cancelled the TV show which starred Erica Ash so there won’t be a second season. THR was the first to report the cancellation.

The InBetween (NBC)
The summer is over and so is The InBetween TV show on NBC. The drama series, which ran from May until August, has been cancelled and won’t be returning for season two next year.

Instinct (CBS)
It will soon be “case closed” permanently for the Instinct TV show on CBS. The network has cancelled the Sunday night series so there won’t be a third season for Reinart and Needham.

Into the Badlands (AMC)
Prior to the premiere of the action drama’s third season, AMC revealed that the series would not have a fourth year.

iZombie (The CW)
The smallest broadcast network renewed this horror dramedy series for a fifth and final season.

Jane the Virgin (The CW)
Sorry, my friends. Season five is the final chapter for the telenovela about Jane Villanueva (Gina Rodriguez).

The Kids Are Alright (ABC)
Set in the 1970s, this Irish Catholic family comedy was dropped after a single season.

Killjoys (Syfy)
The tale of bounty hunters Dutch, John, and D’avin comes to an end with its fifth season.

Krypton (Syfy)
It looks like Krypton is calling it quits. Deadline reports Syfy has cancelled the TV show after two seasons. It’s not that surprising why Syfy has decided to cancel Krypton. Since its debut in 2018, the series has earned fairly low ratings. Season two was no different. Overall, the season averaged a .11 rating in the 18-49 demo and 408,000 viewers.

Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC)
The peacock network revealed that the long-running late-night music series would end with its 2,000th episode.

The Last Ship (TNT)
This action drama series, about the crew of the USS Nathan James, was renewed for a fifth and final season.

Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (A&E)
Leah Remini is moving on. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actress’ A&E TV show Scientology and the Aftermath is ending after three seasons.

Legion (FX)
Based on a Marvel Comics character, it was announced that this sci-fi psychological thriller series would end with its third season.

Lethal Weapon (FOX)
After three seasons and plenty of turmoil, FOX decided to cancel this buddy cop series.

Life in Pieces (CBS)
This comedy follows three generations of the Short family. It’s been cancelled after four seasons.

Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club (MTV)
The titular beach club is officially closed for business. According to Page Six, MTV has cancelled the TV show after only one season.

Lodge 49 (AMC)
Lodge 49 is closing its doors on AMC. The network has canceled the series, which aired for two seasons. Season two of the series wrapped two weeks ago, so fans will not receive a proper ending for this series. There is hope for Lodge 49 though. The series will be shopped to other outlets soon, and it is possible another network or service will pick up the series.

Lore (Amazon)
The horror, the horror! Amazon Prime Video has canceled the Lore TV show so there won’t be a third season.

Love Is ___ (OWN)
This drama series was initially renewed for a second season but the cable channel subsequently cancelled those plans.

Maniac (Netflix)
The Netflix series’ showrunner confirmed that there won’t be a second season.

Marvel's Cloak & Dagger (Freeform)
Sorry, comics fans, another Marvel TV show has been cancelled. Freeform has decided not to make a third season of Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger.

Marvel’s Daredevil (Netflix)
Though this series has ended, Marvel has hinted that Matt Murdock’s costumed persona will return.

Marvel’s Iron Fist (Netflix)
The martial-arts hero series was dropped after two short seasons. It’s the first of Netflix’s Marvel series to be canceled by Netflix, but the show could continue when Disney does their own streaming service.

Marvel’s Jessica Jones (Netflix)
Like other Marvel series on Netflix, this series has been cancelled but the streamer is committed to releasing season three.

Marvel’s The Punisher (Netflix)
Following the streamer’s cancellation of other Marvel series, it was no surprise that this one was dropped. Season two was released in January 2019 and there won’t be a third season.

Megyn Kelly Today (NBC)
This morning talk series was dropped following Kelly’s comments regarding blackface.

Mic’d Up (NFL Network)
The channel reportedly needed to cut $20 million from the budget, so at least five shows were cancelled.

Midnight, Texas (NBC)
A supernatural drama about a small town in Texas, this series lasted for two seasons of low ratings before the magic ran out.

Mindhunter (Netflix)
Starring Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany as FBI agents, this series ran for two seasons. It was put on “indefinite hold” due to director David Fincher’s busy schedule.

Mr. Robot (USA Network)
Creator, showrunner and director Sam Esmail confirmed that season four is the end of the unique series.

Murphy Brown (CBS)
This just in… there won’t be a 12th season for this revival of the 1990’s sitcom. It’s been cancelled.

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (Discovery Family)
The cable channel announced that season nine of this animated series would be the end.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Netflix)
Netflix has decided not to move forward with Mystery Science Theater 3000. Host Jonah Ray broke the news to fans Tuesday on Twitter, saying the reboot had been canceled after two seasons.

Nightflyers (Syfy)
Based on the writings of George R.R. Martin, this sci-fi thriller ran for a 10 episode season before being cancelled.

No Good Nick (Netflix)
The producers of the Netflix series No Good Nick have issued a statement confirming the show’s cancellation after one season. David H. Steinberg and Keetgi Kogan, the creators and EPs, thanked Netflix and the fans for their art, fan fic and support on the program. The series had a 20-episode order as of 2018, with the first 10 bowing last April. The second 10 arrived Aug. 5.

Now Apocalypse (Starz)
Starz has opted not to proceed with a second season of comedy Now Apocalypse.

The OA (Netflix)
There will be no third season for The OA. Netflix has opted not to renew the mystery drama series that reunited Sundance veterans Brit Marling and director Zal Batmanglij. The news comes four and a half months after Season 2 of The OA was released on March 22.

OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes (Cartoon Network)
It’s a no for OK K.O. Let’s Be Heroes! Gizmodo reports Cartoon Network has cancelled the TV show after three seasons.

One Dollar (CBS All Access)
This thriller drama holds the distinction of being the first series to be cancelled by the streaming service.

Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)
As suspected, season seven is the prison series’ final bunch of episodes.

Origin (YouTube)
A sci-fi drama about abandoned passengers on a spacecraft, this series was dropped after one season and ten episodes. Harry Potter vets Natalia Tena and Tom Felton were among the cast.

Overthinking with Kat & June (YouTube)
The streamer cancelled this comedy about female friendship after a single season of six episodes.

Page Six TV (syndicated)
A daily syndicated newsmagazine, this series ran for two seasons before being cancelled.

Paradise Hotel (FOX)
To no surprise, Paradise Hotel won’t be back for a second season on FOX. The network has officially cancelled the low-rated reality series.

The Passage (FOX)
The story of Wolgast and Amy ended after one season of 10 episodes.

Patriot (Amazon)
Jennifer Salke, the head of Amazon Studios, took the stage Saturday morning with co-heads of television Albert Cheng and Vernon Sanders and announced “Too Old To Die Young,” “The Romanoffs,” and “Patriot” would not be moving forward at the studio.

The Paynes (OWN)
A spin-off of Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, this comedy ran for one season of 38 episodes. House of Payne was later revived on BET with the original cast, essentially cancelling the spin-off.

Pearson (USA Network)
The Suits TV show was a big success for USA Network and ran for many seasons. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for the Pearson spin-off series. After a disappointing run, the show has been cancelled so there won’t be a second season in 2020.

People of Earth (TBS)
This comedy series had been renewed for a third season, but TBS ended up revoking that order nine months later.

Pick ’em (NFL Network)
The channel reportedly needed to cut $20 million from the budget, so at least five shows were cancelled.

Playbook (NFL Network)
The channel reportedly needed to cut $20 million from the budget, so at least five shows were cancelled.

Poldark (BBC One)
The BBC hasn’t given a reason for ending Poldark after the current season, but many people involved feel that the door could be open for a possible return at some stage. Speaking ahead of the new series, Karen Thrussell, executive producer for Mammoth, said: ‘This will be the last series in the Poldark chronicle… for now. Who knows what the future may bring.’ Aidan Turner has already warned fans that the end of the new series won’t feel ‘final.

Power Rankings (NFL Network)
The channel reportedly needed to cut $20 million from the budget, so at least five shows were cancelled.

Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (Freeform)
The Pretty Little Liars franchise is coming to an end for now. Freeform has opted not to renew Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists for a second season.

The Proposal (ABC)
It looks like ABC is turning down The Proposal. TVLine reports the network has cancelled the reality TV show after only one season.

Proven Innocent (FOX)
This legal drama was guilty of having very low ratings. It was sentenced to cancellation.

Ransom (CBS)
Ransom is wrapping up. It was just announced the CBS TV show has been cancelled after three seasons.

The Red Line (CBS)
The low-rated limited series won’t be returning for a second season.

Reef Break (ABC)
"Reef Break" will not be back for a second season at ABC.

Rel (FOX)
A comedy series that stars co-creator Lil Rel Howery, this show was cancelled after one low-rated season.

The Romanoffs (Amazon)
Jennifer Salke, the head of Amazon Studios, took the stage Saturday morning with co-heads of television Albert Cheng and Vernon Sanders and announced “Too Old To Die Young,” “The Romanoffs,” and “Patriot” would not be moving forward at the studio.

Roseanne (ABC)
Following some disturbing tweets, ABC abruptly cancelled this sitcom revival, their biggest ratings hit in years.

Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television (YouTube)
This comedy series follows Hansen (Veronica Mars) as a fictional version of himself helping homicide detectives bring felons to justice. It lasted two seasons and 16 episodes.

Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix)
A horror-comedy series that stars Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, this show was cancelled after three seasons of 10 episodes apiece.

Saturday Night Politics (MSNBC)
Donny Deutsch is hanging it up. Deadline reports the MSNBC TV show Saturday Night Politics is ending after four months. Launched earlier this year, the new talk show featured discussions about current events. Deutsch will continue to appear on Morning Joe and other MSNBC TV shows.

A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix)
Based on the Lemony Snicket books, this Neil Patrick Harris series was designed to run for three seasons.

Shadowhunters (Freeform)
The cable channel announced that there wouldn’t be a fourth season but, they did order two additional episodes to wrap up the series.

She's Gotta Have It (Netflix)
The streaming giant has cancelled the contemporary update of Spike Lee's 1986 feature film after two seasons. Lee, who owns the IP, is expected to shop the scripted comedy to other outlets.

SMILF (Showtime)
Following an investigation into on-set misconduct by creator/star Frankie Shaw and a significant downturn in ratings, Showtime decided against ordering a third season.

Sneaky Pete (Amazon)
This drama about a con artist ran for three seasons and 30 episodes before being cancelled.

The Son (AMC)
Some 20 months after this Western drama was renewed for a second season, AMC revealed that season two would also be the end of the show.

Soundtrack (Netflix)
It’s one-and-done for the musical drama series Soundtrack at Netflix. The Internet TV network has canceled the series after one season, Deadline has confirmed.

Speechless (ABC)
After four seasons, our time with JJ and the rest of the DiMeo family has come to a close.

Splitting Up Together (ABC)
A comedy about divorced parents that do their best to keep their family together, this show was cancelled after two low-rated seasons.

Stan Against Evil (IFC)
Creator/co-star Dana Gould announced that the horror-comedy series has ended after three seasons.

Steve (syndicated)
This daytime talk show, led by Steve Harvey, was cancelled after two seasons due to low ratings. The final episode was recorded in May 2019.

Star (FOX)
A drama about the music industry, this series was cancelled after three seasons. This left fans with a big unresolved cliffhanger.

Strange Angel (CBS All Access)
The story of Jack Parsons has come to a premature end on television. CBS All Access has cancelled its Strange Angel TV series so there won’t be a third season.

Swamp Thing (DC Universe)
The third live-action series for the new streaming service is the first one to be cancelled.

Sweetbitter (Starz)
Television can be a bittersweet business, full of cancellations and renewals. This time around, Sweetbitter has ended up getting the short end of the stick. Starz has cancelled the low-rated dramedy series after two seasons.

Tanked (Animal Planet)
After 15 seasons, Animal Planet decided that the series had come “to a natural end.“ The channel maintains that the show ending is unrelated to a domestic violence dispute between co-host Wayde King and his wife.

Teachers (TV Land)
The cable channel announced that season three would be the end.

Those Who Can’t (truTV)
A comedy about three dysfunctional teachers (played by the show’s creators), this show was canceled after three seasons and 35 episodes.

The Tick (Amazon)
This was the third TV show incarnation of the big blue superhero, and it was cancelled after two seasons.

Too Old To Die Young (Amazon)
Jennifer Salke, the head of Amazon Studios, took the stage Saturday morning with co-heads of television Albert Cheng and Vernon Sanders and announced “Too Old To Die Young,” “The Romanoffs,” and “Patriot” would not be moving forward at the studio.

Transparent (Amazon)
This drama series follows the various journeys of the Pfefferman family. It’s been announced that season five is the end, but it’s uncertain what form that will take.

Travelers (Netflix)
Apparently, the streaming service doesn’t see a future in this sci-fi series. It’s been cancelled after three seasons and 34 installments.

Trust Me (BBC One)
It’s a rough day to be a BBC fan. Digital Spy reports the network has cancelled the TV shows Trust Me, Warren, and All Together Now.

Tuca & Bertie (Netflix)
This show’s goose is cooked. Netflix has revealed that the Tuca & Bertie TV show won’t have a second season. The animated comedy has been cancelled after one season of 10 episodes.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)
The streaming service decided to break up the fourth and final season into two parts. There’s talk of wrapping up the series with a movie.

Unrelated (Freeform) [In Development]
Freeform is moving on. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network has cancelled plans for the TV show Unrelated. Although Freeform ordered Unrelated to series in 2018, it looks like the network has put the project into redevelopment. Since being ordered, the series has hit a few speedbumps. First, the titled was changed from Besties to Unrelated and the original showrunners were replaced. Now, it looks like Unrelated is effectively cancelled for now.

Veep (HBO)
The seventh and final season was delayed due to star Julia Louis-Dreyfus being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer. The last episodes are expected in Spring 2019.

The Venture Bros. (Adult Swim)
The Venture Bros. have officially had their last adventure. The most recent episode aired in October 2018, and we have confirmation from the series’ creator that is the show’s finale. There will not be a season eight of the series.

Versailles (Ovation)
It’s been confirmed that season three is the end of this Franco-Canadian historical drama series.

Vice Live (VICELAND)
The cable channel decided to pull the plug on this nightly series after less than two months on the air.

The Village (NBC)
Revolving around the neighbors in a Brooklyn apartment building, this drama didn’t catch on with a big enough audience to be renewed. It lasted for 10 episodes.

Voltron: Legendary Defender (Netflix)
The streaming service decided to end the animated series would end with season eight.

Wahlburgers (A&E)
This reality show revolves around a chain of restaurants owned by the Wahlberg brothers. The cable channel announced that season 10 would be the final round for the series.

Warren (BBC One)
It's a rough day to be a BBC fan. Digital Spy reports the network has cancelled the TV shows Trust Me, Warren, and All Together Now.

Whiskey Cavalier (ABC)
A spy series starring Scott Foley and Lauren Cohan; the series was cancelled after one season, but the studio wants to find another home for it.

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (syndicated)
This game show was cancelled after 17 years in first-run syndication. Meredith Vieira (2002–13), Cedric the Entertainer (2013–14), Terry Crews (2014–15), and Chris Harrison (2015-19) each hosted the syndicated program.

Wrecked (TBS)
One of the TV show’s stars revealed that the comedy series wouldn’t be returning for a fourth season.

Wyatt Cenec’s Problem Areas (HBO)
A topical comedy series, host Wyatt Cenac revealed that the show had been cancelled on the day of its second season finale.

X Company (Ovation)
A Canadian/Hungarian spy thriller, this TV show ran for three seasons and 28 episodes on the CBC television network in Canada. Ovation airs the series in the United States.

Years and Years (HBO)
It’s been confirmed that this co-production of BBC One and HBO won’t continue past its six episodes.

You’re the Worst (FXX)
Starring Chris Geere and Aya Cash, this dark romantic comedy was renewed for a fifth and final season.

Your Business (MSNBC)
Hosted by JJ Ramberg, this series ends after 12 years on the air.

Z Nation (Syfy)
Revolving around an unlikely group of zombie apocalypse survivors this show lasted for five seasons.
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Notes:
Homeland has been removed from this list because it reportedly won’t air until the 2019-20 season.

One of a Kind was removed because an HGTV press release incorrectly identified a season finale as a series finale.

The recently canceled NBC sitcom A.P. Bio has been saved by NBCUniveral’s upcoming streaming service, which picked up the series for a third season.

Nightly newsmagazine Vice News Tonight is returning to TV on Viceland, the basic cable network joint venture of Vice Media and A&E Networks, after being canceled by HBO back in June.

Disney Junior is changing things up. The network announced that season three of Mickey and the Roadster Racers will premiere with a new title in October. Now titled Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures, the children’s animated series will debut its third season on Disney Junior on October 14th.

One Day at a Time has been removed because the series was picked up by Pop TV. The series will arrive on its new home in March 2020, per TV Line. The series will air a 13-episode fourth season on Pop TV, but one thing will be missing when the show returns; the theme song!

SourcesTV Series Finale | The Cancel Beast | CancelledSciFi | RenewCancelTV | TVLine | Deadline | Metacritic

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Starz has handed The Spanish Princess a second run of eight episodes, with the Lionsgate broadcaster saying Monday that will bring to an end the limited series telling the story of Catherine of Aragon.

Charlotte Hope and Ruairi O’Connor return in their roles as Catherine of Aragon and Henry VIII, respectively, while showrunners and exec producers Emma Frost and Matthew Graham will also remain in their roles.

This comes as The Spanish Princess premiered on May 5. The series is produced by Playground and All3 Media’s New Pictures and based on Philippa Gregory’s book The Constant Princess and The King’s Curse.

Starz Hands ‘The Spanish Princess’ Additional Eight-Episode Order To End Catherine Of Aragon’s Story

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Nick isn’t smiling over this news. Syfy has cancelled the Happy! TV show so there won’t be a third season for this strange series. The program is based on a comic book series that was created by writer Grant Morrison and artist Darick Robertson.

Happy!: Cancelled by Syfy; No Season Three for Christopher Meloni Series


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This class is dismissed. Syfy has decided to cancel the Deadly Class TV show so there won’t be a second season. The defacto series finale aired on March 20th.

A coming-of-age thriller, Deadly Class stars Benjamin Wadsworth, Benedict Wong, Lana Condor, María Gabriela de Faría, Luke Tennie, Liam James, and Michel Duval. Set in the counterculture of the 1980s, the drama centers on Marcus Lopez Arguello (Wadsworth), a street kid who is recruited into Kings Dominion, a private academy. The twist is, this elite school is the top choice among the world’s premier crime families.

The first season of Deadly Class averaged a 0.14 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 396,000 viewers. It was Syfy’s third-highest rated series in the demo (live+same day) and sixth in viewership. Why was the show cancelled?

The series is a co-production of Universal Content Productions (owned by NBCUniversal, which owns Syfy) and Sony TV. Reportedly, the co-ownership of the series complicated a renewal and Sony TV didn’t sell the backend rights so there wasn’t a streaming deal in place to help offset the cost of making Deadly Class. Word is that Sony will still try to find a new home for the show.

Syfy has also cancelled the Happy! TV show. The cable channel appears to be cleaning house as Nightflyers, Channel Zero, and Killjoys (final season starts July 19th) have all been cancelled.

Deadly Class: Cancelled; No Season Two for Syfy TV Show

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Swamp Thing has been unexpectedly pulled under.

The DC Universe series has shut down production after just 10 of its originally planned 13 first-season episodes, per Star News.

The 10th — and now final — episode is expected to be rewritten to provide a ‘satisfying conclusion’ to the abbreviated series, which had eyed a multi-season run ala streaming siblings Titans and Doom Patrol.

Per insiders, Swamp Thing Season 2 has already been ruled out, barring a sensational response to its mangled first season, which was scheduled to release May 31 on the streaming platform.

‘Swamp Thing’ Canceled After One Season at DC Universe

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Good God!  I think my watchlist from July or so onwards has been cut down about 33%.

2020.  Meh.

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If you’ve been looking forward to watching The Code TV show on CBS this Monday night, you’re going to be disappointed. The network has pulled the drama series from the schedule. Will it back? Has it been cancelled?

The Code has been pulled from the schedule and will, for the immediate future, be replaced by reruns of Magnum PI. Right now, the plan is for The Code to return on Monday, July 1st, but those plans could change.

While The Code hasn’t been officially cancelled yet, CBS pulling the series from the schedule certainly points in that direction. Some of the series’ small audience will get out of the habit of watching the program and the first week in July is traditionally one of the lowest-watched weeks of television. The ratings for the next episode will be much lower than they have been.

If there was any hope of The Code surviving to see a second season, I think this move makes it clear that CBS has given up on the series.

The Code: Cancelled? CBS Pulls Low-Rated Monday Night Series

I could be wrong but I believe it's just a matter of time before this show is officially canceled.

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It does sound a lot like JAG

DRM "manages access" in the same way that Prison "manages freedom".
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The long-gestating third season of the “Scream” series is finally debuting–but not on its original network.

Variety has confirmed that the series will air on VH1 instead of MTV as originally planned. “Scream” will debut on VH1 on July 8 and air two one-hour episodes back-to-back for three straight nights.

The third season of the series based on the horror movie franchise of the same name was first announced in 2016. Since then, both VH1 and MTV have largely moved away from scripted programming.

This marks the latest instance of Viacom shuffling properties around its cable portfolio. Most recently it was announced that Tracy Oliver’s “First Wives Club” series would find its fourth home on the upcoming streaming service BET+ after having previously been set up at TV Land, Paramount Network, and BET.

ScreamSeries Moves From MTV to VH1 for July Debut

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scorpius074 wrote:

The long-gestating third season of the “Scream” series is finally debuting–but not on its original network.

Thanks, I didn't even know there is a Scream show, I just watched the movies so far. smile

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So should I catch up with the last few episodes of season 2, because this show was never that good. They took the franchise, spun it around a stupid teenage drama with some MTV and you get this...

...where did I put that rat's ass I could give?

Daemons are benevolent or benign nature spirits, beings of the same nature as both mortals and gods, similar to ghosts, chthonic heroes, spirit guides, forces of nature or the gods themselves.

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I haven't even started the series yet but I plan on testing the waters at some point. It's MTV/VH1, so my expectations aren't high to begin with, but it should be good for a few shock moments and laughs; hopefully...

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BBC medical thriller Trust Me has been axed after just two series.

The first nail in the coffin was actress Jodie Whittaker scrapping her first series role of Cath Hardacre to play the iconic lead role in Doctor Who, but the series soldiered on and enlisted some new talent in the shape of Harry Potter's Alfred Enoch.

Following a slide in the ratings though, the broadcaster has decided to call it quits after series 2.

Trust Me isn't the only BBC project to be cancelled in recent weeks either, with Martin Clunes' sitcom Warren getting chopped after just one series last month, and Geri Horner's All Together Now meeting the same fate last week.

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The six-episode third season of HBO’s comedy Divorce, which premieres tonight, will be its last. Series’ star and executive producer Sarah Jessica Parker remains in business with the premium cable network where her company, Pretty Matches Prods., has been under a first-look deal for 14 years. Parker and her long-time producing partner Alison Benson have built up a slate that spans scripted drama, comedy and unscripted TV series as well as features and documentaries.

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Good news for Star fans! Co-creator Lee Daniels just announced the cancelled TV show will return for a feature-length movie.

The music drama follows the story of three talented young female singers and their rise to fame. The cast includes Queen Latifah, Brandy Norwood, Jude Demorest, Ryan Destiny, Brittany O’Grady, Amiyah Scott, Quincy Brown, Miss Lawrence, Luke James, Lance Gross, Luke James, Matthew Noszka, and William Levy.

As reported earlier, FOX cancelled Star after three seasons this spring. Now, while the show will not be returning for a fourth season, co-creator Lee Daniels says the series will have a TV movie to wrap the story up.

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Million Dollar Mile: CBS to Air Unaired Episodes of Cancelled(?) Game Show

Million Dollar Mile will at least reach the finish line. CBS just announced they will air the rest of the likely cancelled TV show beginning July 6th. The series was pulled from the weekday schedule after two low-rated episodes had aired and moved to Saturday nights. After two more episodes had aired, the series was pulled off the Saturday schedule. While CBS hasn’t said that the show is cancelled, it’s hard to imagine that it will be back next season.

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With less-than-impressive ratings and fears of being cancelled each year, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is ending on its own terms. The ABC TV show will come to a close with a seventh season of 13 episodes, which will air Summer 2020. The sixth season is currently airing on Friday nights. The two-hour season finale airs August 2nd.

Here’s the announcement from ABC:

‘MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.’ TO CONCLUDE AFTER THRILLING SEVENTH SEASON ON ABC
Final Episodes of the Flagship Marvel Television Series Set to Air Summer 2020
Season Six Finale to Air Aug. 2, 2019

ABC announced today that “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” the longest-running Marvel television series, will end after seven seasons. The final 13 episodes are scheduled to air next summer. Season six is currently airing FRIDAYS at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC and will air its finale on Aug. 2 with a special two-hour episode. Currently, ABC’s “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” ranks as the No. 1 program in Friday’s 8 p.m. hour this summer among Adults 18-49 and is improving in its new time period by 14% over the comparable weeks last summer to stand as ABC’s highest-rated series in the slot in 3 years – since  summer 2016.

“Agent Coulson is one of the most beloved cinematic heroes of our time, and we’re so glad to have spent seven seasons with him and the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents as they saved the world from countless unimaginable big bads,” said Karey Burke, president, ABC Entertainment. “I am so impressed with the eternally fresh, heart-pounding, and emotional stories the writers and creative team at Marvel Television brought to life that led ‘S.H.I.E.L.D.’ to be the longest-running Marvel series to date.”

“It will be bittersweet saying goodbye to Marvel Television’s flagship series,” said Jeph Loeb, executive producer and Marvel’s head of Television. “Our success is a true testament to the extraordinary fans and we remain forever indebted to them for their endless support. We want to end on a very high note and complete the incredible saga after seven amazing seasons and 136 hours of quality television.”

“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” stars Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Elizabeth Henstridge, Iain De Caestecker, Henry Simmons, Natalia Cordova-Buckley and Jeff Ward.

Produced by ABC Studios and Marvel Television, “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” was co-created by Joss Whedon, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen, who also serve as executive producers along with Jeffrey Bell and Jeph Loeb.

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scorpius074 wrote:

With less-than-impressive ratings and fears of being cancelled each year, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is ending on its own terms.

The ABC TV show will come to a close with a seventh season of 13 episodes, which will air Summer 2020.

Too bad, I enjoyed all seasons (some more than others) so far and still enjoy the show.

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lighton wrote:

Too bad, I enjoyed all seasons (some more than others) so far and still enjoy the show.

Yep, me too! I can honestly say that there wasn't one single season that I didn't like. smile

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