All The TV Shows That Have Been Canceled This Year


TV Shows

TV fans can agree there’s no shortage of shows to watch these days. Between the networks, streaming platforms and cable channels, the options are seemingly endless.

That’s particularly good news if one of your favorites is on this list of shows that have been canceled. Some of these TV shows have simply reached the end of their road after a number of successful seasons, while others were axed before season two.

Keep reading to find out all the TV shows that have been canceled this year.

“New Girl”

Zooey Deschanel will no longer brighten your lives in the role of Jess, as the “New Girl” series is coming to an end after seven seasons. But we knew this was coming.

20th Century Fox

“Taken”

The TV series inspired by the Liam Neeson “Taken” movies will not continue into a third season.

NBC

“Designated Survivor”

This drama starring Kiefer Sutherland as an unexpected president will not be picked up for a third season.

ABC

“Roseanne”

The highly publicized return of ’90s sitcom “Roseanne” ended abruptly after Roseanne Barr was fired for writing a racist tweet. The good news? The remaining cast members will return for a new “Roseanne” spinoff in the fall called “The Conners.”

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“Quantico”

Three seasons in, the show starring Priyanka Chopra will not be renewed by ABC again.

IMDB / Photo by Giovanni Rufino/ABC

“The Last Man On Earth”

Fox went on a TV show-slashing spree, adding “The Last Man On Earth” to its list of canceled programming.

20th Century Fox

“Scandal”

The beloved “Scandal” aired its season finale on April 19. Thankfully “How To Get Away With Murder” was renewed, so “Scandal” fans can continue to watch the drama unfold on Thursday nights.

ABC

“Transparent”

This Amazon show surrounding a dysfunctional family and its secrets will end after its fifth season.

IMDB / Photo by Jennifer Clasen / Amazon Studios

“Homeland”

After eight seasons, “Homeland” is not scheduled to be picked up for another season — a decision that was most likely due to the show runner’s desire to end the series rather than Showtime wanting to pull the plug.

IMDB / Jo Jo Whilden / SHOWTIME

“Shades Of Blue”

The show starring Jennifer Lopez will no longer air on NBC. The network canceled the show after its third season.

NBC

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