174 Ending or Cancelled TV Shows for the 2022-23 Season – canceled + renewed TV shows

Here’s a list of TV shows that aired (or were expected to air) during the 2022-23 season (roughly September 2022 through August 2023) but won’t be back for the 2023-24 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been cancelled? Check our other season lists or our network, cable, and streaming show status pages.

Latest additions: Painting with John (HBO), City on Fire (Apple TV+), Up Here (Netflix), A Black Lady Sketch Show (HBO), Game Theory with Bomani Jones (HBO), High Desert (Apple TV+), Single Drunk Female (Freeform), The Watchful Eye (Freeform), Reservation Dogs (FX on Hulu), The Other Two (Max), Breeders (FX), The Game (Paramount+), Queen of the Universe (Paramount+), Barons (The CW), Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies (Paramount+), Star Trek: Prodigy (Paramount+), The Wheel (NBC), High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Disney+), American Auto (NBC), Billions (Showtime), Professionals (The CW), Gotham Knights (The CW), Young Rock (NBC), Grand Crew (NBC), Perry Mason (HBO), Kennedy (Fox Business), How To with John Wilson (HBO), Tooning Out the News (Paramount+), Hell of a Week with Charlamagne tha God (Comedy Central), The Rising (The CW), Archer (FXX), Lockwood & Co. (Netflix), Big Sky (ABC), The Company You Keep (ABC), Alaska Daily (ABC), The Winchesters (The CW), Kung Fu (The CW), Fantasy Island (FOX), Walker: Independence (The CW), East New York (CBS), True Lies (CBS), Yellowstone (Paramount Network), Call Me Kat (FOX), Human Resources (Netflix), Truth Be Told (Apple TV+), Tucker Carlson Tonight (Fox News Channel), National Treasure: Edge of History (Disney+), Bling Empire (Netflix), Bling Empire: New York (Netflix), Dear Edward (Apple TV+) Freeridge (Netflix), Valerie’s Home Cooking (Food Network), Sex/Life (Netflix), The Resident (FOX), Ziwe (Showtime), King Shaka (Showtime), Grown-ish (Freeform), The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime), Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The CW), Willow (Disney+), Three Pines (Prime Video), The Devil in the White City (Hulu), Barry (HBO), Scooby-Doo! and the Mystery Pups (HBO Max), Rachael Ray (syndicated), Soulmates (AMC), The Goldbergs (ABC), Succession (HBO), South Side (HBO Max), The People’s Court (syndicated), Judge Mathis (syndicated), The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (Disney+), Big Shot (Disney+), Blood & Treasure (Paramount+), Avenue 5 (HBO), Outside the Lines (ESPN), Never Let Me Go (FX on Hulu), and Pennyworth: The Origin of Batman’s Butler (HBO Max).

This list will be updated as the season progresses, so feel free to bookmark and check back. If we’ve missed something, please let me know.  

1899 (Netflix)
The creators had plans for seasons two and three of this mystery sci-fi series but the streaming service cancelled it after eight episodes.

Alaska Daily (ABC)
This drama follows a journalist (Hilary Swank) who relocates from New York to Anchorage on a journey of redemption. It was cancelled after one season.

American Auto (NBC)
Set in Detroit, this workplace comedy follows those working for a car manufacturing company and struggling to keep it afloat. The show lasted two seasons and 23 episodes.

American Gigolo (Showtime)
Revolving around a man who’s released from prison after being wrongly convicted of murder 15 years earlier, this drama stars Jon Bernthal. It was cancelled after one season.

Animaniacs (Hulu)
The streaming service revived the popular 90s animated series with the original cast for three seasons. 

Atlanta (FX)
A comedy-drama created by star Donald Glover, this show centers on a music manager and a rapper as they navigate Atlanta’s rap scene. It was announced in advance that season four would be the end of the show.

Archer (FXX)
After 14 seasons, this group of dysfunctional secret agents and supporting staff of the International Secret Intelligence Service (ISIS) are calling it quits.

Armor Wars (Disney+)
Marvel Studios announced this series had been ordered in December 2020 and would star Don Cheadle reprising his movie role as James Rhodes, aka War Machine. The studio later decided to rework the idea into a feature film.

Avalon (ABC)
The alphabet network gave this drama from David E. Kelley a direct-to-series order but later cancelled the project.

Avenue 5 (HBO)
A sci-fi comedy starring Hugh Laurie, this series revolves around a luxury cruise spaceship that is thrown far off its course without enough supplies to sustain its passengers. It ran for two seasons.

Back on the Record (HBO)
Bob Costas has hosted a few interview series on the cable channel, and this latest one lasted two seasons and eight episodes before being cancelled.

Bad Crimes (Netflix)
An adult animated series from Mike Judge and Greg Daniels, this show was cancelled mid-way through its production. It was to star Nicole Byer and Lauren Lapkus as FBI Agents who traveled across the country solving cases.

Barons (The CW)
An Australian drama series about surfers in the 1970s and their businesses was dropped by the network before the end of its first season finished airing in the US.

Barry (HBO)
Following the story of a hitman (Bill Hader) who gets bitten by the acting bug after coming to Los Angeles, this comedy comes to a close with its fourth season.

Beauty and the Beast (Disney+)
A prequel that would have focused on Gaston (Luke Evans) and LeFou (Josh Gad) from the 2017 movie, this show was cancelled (at least for now) due to scheduling delays and conflicts.

Big Shot (Disney+)
Starring John Stamos, this sports comedy-drama didn’t draw enough interest, was not cheap to produce, and the second-season renewal may have played a role in getting an executive fired. It was cancelled after two seasons.

Big Sky (ABC)
A crime thriller series from David E. Kelley, this show revolves around an ex-cop and a private detective who tackle dangerous cases in Montana. It ran for three seasons before being cancelled.

Billions (Showtime)
A drama series about the world of high finance, this show ends with its seventh season, but other series are in the works.

A Black Lady Sketch Show (HBO)
The comedy show ran for 24 episodes over four seasons before being cancelled.

The Blacklist (NBC)
It was announced that this crime thriller starring James Spader would end with its 10th season.

Bling Empire (Netflix)
A reality show that follows a group of wealthy Asian Americans in Los Angeles, this series was cancelled after three seasons.

Bling Empire: New York (Netflix)
A reality show, this spin-off series revolves around Asian-American socialites in the Big Apple. It was dropped after one season of eight episodes.

Blockbuster (Netflix)
The comedy about the last Blockbuster Video store was cancelled by the company that helped put Blockbuster out of business.

Blood & Treasure (Paramount+)
Starring Matt Barr and Sofia Pernas, this action-adventure series started on CBS and then moved to Paramount+. Due to the pandemic, there was a big gap between seasons and the cast was released from their contracts. It was cancelled after two seasons.

Breeders (FX)
A dark comedy series about the struggles of parenthood, this show comes to a close after four seasons.

Call Me Kat (FOX)
After three seasons, Kat’s cat cafe was shut down, due to low ratings.

Carnival Row (Prime Video)
A neo-noir fantasy series about mythological beings living in human society, this show wraps with its second season.

Chesapeake Shores (Hallmark Channel)
It was announced that the sixth season of this family drama series would also be the show’s last.

City on Fire (Apple TV+)
A crime drama, this show’s story revolves around a female NYU student’s murder and how it connects to a series of fires around New York. It was cancelled after one season.

Chrisley Knows Best (USA Network)
This popular reality show was reportedly cancelled after stars Todd and Julie Chrisley were sentenced to a combined 19 years in prison for being found guilty of fraud.

Cobra Kai (Netflix)
A sequel to The Karate Kid film franchise, this martial arts comedy-drama series began on YouTube Red before moving to Netflix. The story comes to a close with season six.

The Company You Keep (ABC)
Starring Milo Ventimiglia and Catherine Haena Kim, this drama revolves around a couple from different backgrounds who fall in love. It was cancelled after ten episodes.

Cross Connection (MSNBC)
Hosted by Tiffany Cross, this news series was cancelled when the cable channel didn’t renew Cross’ contract.

Daily Pop (E!)
A daytime series that covers pop culture and celebrity news, this show ran for five and a half years before being cancelled.

Dangerous Liaisons (Starz)
A prequel to the classic novel, this drama was renewed for a second season ahead of its premiere. The cable channel subsequently cancelled the show anyway.

DC’s Stargirl (The CW)
A superhero series, this show follows a high school student who discovers a cosmic staff and inspires a new generation of superheroes. Season three is the end.

Dead Day (Peacock)
After issuing a straight-to-series order, the streaming service cancelled plans for this supernatural series from The Vampire Diaries’ Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson.

Dead End: Paranormal Park (Netflix)
This animated fantasy horror series follows a pair of theme park employees, Pugsley the dog, and Courtney, a thousand-year-old demon. It was cancelled after two seasons.

Dead to Me (Netflix)
A dark comedy about two grieving women (Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini) who bond while in therapy. Season three is the end.

Dear Edward (Apple TV+)
A drama created by Jason Katims, this series revolves around a young boy who was the sole survivor of a plane crash. It was cancelled after one season.

Degrassi (Netflix)
The streaming service ordered a new iteration of the teen drama franchise but later cancelled those plans.

Demascus (AMC)
This comedic series revolves around a man (Okieriete Onaodowan) who uses new technology to experience different versions of his life. The show was cancelled while still in production.

Derry Girls (Netflix)
A British comedy about five teens growing up in Northern Ireland, this series ends with season three.

The Devil in the White City (Hulu)
Based on the true story of the architect of the legendary 1893 World’s Fair and a serial killer, plans for this series were cancelled after star Keanu Reeves and director Todd Fields dropped out.

Doc Martin (Acorn TV)
Starring Martin Clunes, this British series follows Doctor Martin Ellingham, a surgeon who develops a fear of blood and relocates to a small village. It ends with season 10 and a Christmas special.

Don Lemon Tonight (CNN)
A weeknight news commentary series, this show was cancelled after six and a half years.

Doom Patrol (HBO Max)
Based on DC Comics characters, the series follows a team of unlikely heroes. It ends with its fourth season.

Dr. Phil (syndicated)
After more than two decades, Phil McGraw’s daytime talk and advice show comes to an end.

East New York (CBS)
A police procedural series, this show was cancelled when the network changed its mind and un-cancelled the SWAT series and gave it a seventh and final season.

Endeavour (PBS)
A prequel to the Inspector Morse series, this detective drama follows the career of young Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans). The British series ends with season nine.

Fantasy Island (FOX)
A loose continuation of the successful 1980s series, this show lasted only two years.

Fate: The Winx Saga (Netflix)
A teen fantasy drama, this show is based on a Nickelodeon animated series. It lasted for two seasons.

Fear the Walking Dead (AMC)
A spin-off of the very successful Walking Dead series, this show wraps up with its eighth season.

Field of Dreams (Peacock)
The streaming service ordered this series which would have been based on the 1989 sports fantasy drama movie, which starred Kevin Costner. Michael Shur was to write the project. Plans for the series were cancelled but it’s said to be shopped elsewhere.

Firefly Lane (Netflix)
Starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke, this drama revolves around the lives of two female friends and follows them as teens and into adulthood. It was announced the story would end after two seasons.

The Flash (The CW)
Revolving around the super speedster from DC Comics, this long-running Arrowverse show ended with its ninth season.

Freeridge (Netflix)
A comedy-drama series, this show ran for one season and is set in the same community as On My Block.

The Game (Paramount+)
A sequel to the original football comedy-drama series, which ran for nine seasons, this show was revived for two seasons and abruptly cancelled.

Game Theory with Bomani Jones (HBO)
A sports talk show, this series was cancelled after two seasons.

The Goldbergs (ABC)
This sitcom about a family in the 1980s came to a close after a decade on the air.

The Good Fight (Paramount+)
A sequel to The Good Wife TV show, this political and legal drama follows the lives of attorneys Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) and Maia Rindell (Rose Leslie) following a financial scam and scandal. Season six is the end.

Gossip Girl (HBO Max)
A sequel to the 2007-12 series of the same name, this drama revolves around the teens of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. It was cancelled after two seasons.

Gotham Knights (The CW)
Revolving around a new generation of crimefighters in Gotham City, this series was cancelled after one season.

Grand Crew (NBC)
Created by Phil Augusta Jackson, this single-camera comedy revolves around a young group of professionals who gather at their favorite bar. It was cancelled after two seasons.

Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies (Paramount+)
A musical comedy-drama show, this series is a prequel to the popular musical. It was abruptly cancelled and pulled by the streaming service within weeks of its first season finale.

Grendel (Netflix)
Based on the comic series by Matt Wagner, this live-action adaptation was cancelled by the streaming service midway through the first season’s production.

Growing Up Chrisley (E!)
A spin-off of Chrisley Knows Best, this series was cancelled after parents Todd and Julie Chrisley were sentenced to a combined 19 years in prison due to being found guilty of fraud.

Grown-ish (Freeform)
It was announced that season six is the end for this comedy-drama series which is the final show spun-off from ABC’s Black-ish comedy series.

Half Bad: The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself (Netflix)
The streaming service cancelled this British fantasy drama after one season.

Hell of a Week with Charlamagne tha God (Comedy Central)
This panel series features comedians and outspoken celebrities discussing problems and solutions related to the week’s events.  It was cancelled after two seasons.

 

High Desert (Apple TV+)
A dark comedy starring Patricia Arquette, this series was cancelled just 10 days after the release of its first season finale.

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Disney+)
A mockumentary musical series about a group of teens attending and performing at the high school where the High School Musical movies were made, this show ends with its fourth season.

How To with John Wilson (HBO)
This comedy docuseries features filmmaker John Wilson giving advice while dealing with his own personal issues in New York City. Season three is the end. 

Human Resources (Netflix)
A spin-off of the Big Mouth series, this animated monster workplace comedy ends with its second season.

Hunters (Prime Video)
Starring Al Pacino, Logan Lerman, and Jerrika Hinton, this drama tells the story of Nazi hunters. They discover that high-ranking Nazi officials are conspiring to create the Fourth Reich in 1977 in New York City. Season two is the end.

The Imperfects (Netflix)
In the story, three Seattle adults are turned into monsters and try to track down the scientist who did it. This show was cancelled after one season.

Inside Job (Netflix)
The streamer renewed this adult animated comedy about a conspiracy agency for a second season but later rescinded the order.

Invitation to a Bonfire (AMC)
Based on the novel of the same name by Adrienne Celt, this psychological thriller revolves around a lethal love triangle. It was cancelled midway through the production of its eight-episode season. The show’s creator hopes to find a new home for the series.

Jay Leno’s Garage (CNBC)
In this series, Leno takes viewers along for the ride as he talks to celebrity guests and gives a tour of his vast car collection. It was cancelled after seven seasons as part of the cable channel’s decision to shift away from producing original shows.

Judge Mathis (syndicated)
The second-longest reigning judge in television court show history has left the bench. The daytime series was cancelled after 24 seasons.

Kennedy (Fox Business)
A daily series about current events, this show was hosted by Lisa Kennedy Montgomery and it was dropped after eight and a half years. 

Kindred (FX on Hulu)
Based on a 1970s sci-fi novel, this series revolves around a young Black writer who finds herself back in time to the South in the 19th century. It was cancelled after one season.

King Shaka (Showtime)
Production on this drama series was shut down with 12 days of shooting left. The channel assisted the studio in finding a new home for the series. 

Kung Fu (The CW)
A reboot of the 1970s martial arts drama, this show ran for three seasons before being cancelled by the network’s new management.

The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime)
A spin-off of the original L Word, this drama ran for three seasons and 28 episodes before being cancelled.

The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS)
In April 2022, Corden revealed that he would depart the talk show in 2023 after eight and a half years on the job.

Let the Right One In (Showtime)
A psychological horror series, this show follows a father and daughter who travel to America to try to find a cure for her being a vampire. It was dropped after one season.

Lockwood & Co. (Netflix)
A supernatural detective series, this show follows a trio of teen ghost hunters in London. It was cancelled after one season.

Love Limo (E!)
This dating series was ordered in May 2022 and was to feature reality star Todd Chrisley helping singles find love. The project was reportedly dropped after Chrisley was sentenced to 12 years in prison for fraud.

Manifest (Netflix)
A supernatural drama revolving around the passengers of Montego Air Flight 828, this series was picked up by the streaming service for a fourth and final season of 20 episodes.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Prime Video)
Midge Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) leaves the stage with this dramedy’s fifth and final season. The show revolves around a 1950s wife and homemaker with aspirations of making it in standup comedy.

Mayans MC (FX)
A crime drama that takes place after the finale of Sons of Anarchy, this show revolves around the Mayans Motorcycle Club. It ends with season five.

The Midnight Club (Netflix)
A mystery-thriller series, this show was cancelled after one season, but the co-creator released the plans for season two.

The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (Disney+)
Starring Lauren Graham, this sports comedy-drama didn’t draw enough interest, was not cheap to produce, and the second season’s renewal may have played a role in getting an executive fired. It was cancelled after two seasons.

The Mighty Ones (Peacock)
An animated series about a group of small best friends who live in a backyard, this show wraps with its fourth season.

Million Dollar Island (NBC)
A Survivor-like competition series featuring 100 contestants, this show was planned for the 2022-23 season. It was cancelled before casting could fully get underway.

A Million Little Things (ABC)
Revolving around a tight-knit group of friends, this network drama ends with its fifth season.

Mo (Netflix)
Starring Mo Amer, this comedy-drama is based on his own life as a Palestinian refugee living in Houston. Season two is the end.

Monarch (FOX)
This multi-generational drama follows the leading family in the country music industry. It was cancelled the night after the first season finale aired.

Money Court (CNBC)
Hosted by Kevin O’Leary and Bethenny Frankel, this show was cancelled after two seasons as part of the cable channel’s decision to shift away from producing original shows.

Moonhaven (AMC+)
A sci-fi thriller series, this show was renewed for a second season, but that order was subsequently rescinded due to cost-cutting.

The Mosquito Coast (Apple TV+)
Loosely based on the novel by Paul Theroux, the show’s story follows a disillusioned inventor who uproots his family and goes on the run to Latin America. It was cancelled after two seasons.

My Glory Was I Had Such Friends (Apple TV+)
An adaptation of Laura Dave’s bestselling novel, the order for this series was cancelled after Jennifer Garner exited the project.

The Mysterious Benedict Society (Disney+)
Based on books by Trenton Lee Stewart, this mystery adventure series revolves around a group of gifted orphans who are tasked with saving the world. It was cancelled after two seasons.

Nancy Drew (The CW)
Loosely based on the children’s mystery novels series, this show ends with season four.

National Treasure: Edge of History (Disney+)
A sequel to the popular feature films, this adventure series is history.

NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)
A military police procedural series and spin-off of the original NCIS series, this show was cancelled after 14 seasons.

Never Have I Ever (Netflix)
A coming-of-age comedy series, this show follows the life of a modern-day first-generation Indian American teenage girl (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan). Season four will end the story.

Never Let Me Go (FX on Hulu)
Based on a novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, this series was to focus on a group of young clones who are kept secluded from society. It was cancelled before any episodes were filmed. 

The Nevers (HBO)
Created by Joss Whedon, this Victorian sci-fi series had production delays due to the pandemic and ended up being cancelled before all of the episodes were released.

New Amsterdam (NBC)
This medical drama series follows the efforts of Dr. Max Goodwin (Ryan Eggold) and his co-workers at New Amsterdam Medical Center to make a difference. Season five is the end.

The News with Shepard Smith (CNBC)
After two seasons, this general interest news program was cancelled, and the host left the cable channel.

Nightly Pop (E!)
A late-night series hosted by Morgan Stewart, Nina Parker, and Hunter March, it covers pop culture and celebrity news. This show ran for nearly four years before being cancelled.

One of Us Is Lying (Peacock)
Five high schoolers enter detention, and only four come out alive. This mystery series lasted for two seasons before being cancelled.

The Other Two (Max)
A dark comedy series about a pair of siblings who grapple with their younger brother’s sudden fame, this show ended after three seasons and 30 episodes.

Outside the Lines (ESPN)
The long-running sports news show has ended its run as a standalone program after 33 years. 

The Owl House (Disney Channel)
Created by Dana Terrace, this fantasy series follows a teenage girl who befriends a witch and becomes her apprentice. The story ends with a third season of three specials.

Painting with John (HBO)
Created by musician, painter, and actor John Lurie, this docuseries follows Lurie as he paints watercolors while reflecting on life. It was cancelled after three seasons.

Pantheon (AMC+)
The adult animated sci-fi series was given an initial two-season order, but AMC opted to pull the show from the streaming service before season two was released.

Pennyworth: The Origin of Batman’s Butler (HBO Max)
Revolving around the early life of Alfred Pennyworth and Bruce Wayne’s parents, this action thriller series ran for two seasons on EPIX as Pennyworth before being moved to HBO Max with a longer title. It was cancelled after three seasons.

The People’s Court (syndicated)
After 26 years, this second incarnation of the daytime courtroom series has been cancelled. Judge Marilyn Milian has been presiding over cases on television since 2001.

Perry Mason (HBO)
A reimagined origin story for the iconic criminal defense lawyer, this series stars Matthew Rhys in the title role. It wasn’t renewed for a third season.

Physical (Apple TV+)
A dark comedy series, this show revolves around an unhappy housewife in the 1980s who goes through a journey of self-discovery thanks to aerobics. Season three is the end.

Pit Bulls & Parolees (Animal Planet)
This reality series focuses on the Villalobos Rescue Center, which aids pit bull dogs and parolees as they return to society. It ends with season 19.

Power Book V: Influence (Starz)
This Power spin-off was ordered to series with Larenz Tate starring as politician Rashad Tate. Plans for the series were later cancelled.

Professionals (The CW)
Following an operative (Tom Welling) hired to investigate the suspected sabotage of an advanced medical satellite, the network dropped this action series after one season.

Queen of the Universe (Paramount+)
A drag queen singing competition series, this show was hosted by Graham Norton and ran for two seasons before being cancelled and pulled by the streaming service. 

Rachael Ray (syndicated)
After 17 seasons of interviews and cooking, this daytime show host is closing her kitchen.

Reboot (Hulu)
A comedy about the cast of a popular 2000s sitcom being reunited for a Hulu reboot of the show, this metaseries was cancelled after one season.

Reservation Dogs (FX on Hulu)
After three seasons and 28 episodes, the story of the Rez Dogs comes to a close.

The Resident (FOX)
This medical drama starring Matt Czuchry came to a close after six seasons. 

The Rising (The CW)
A British supernatural drama series, this show revolves around a young woman who doesn’t let death stop her from solving the mystery of her own death. There were plans for a second season with a new cast and story, but they were cancelled.

Riverdale (The CW)
A dark and dramatic take on the characters from Archie Comics, this series ends with its seventh season.

Sanditon (PBS)
Airing as part of the Masterpiece series, this show is based on the final and incomplete novel of Jane Austen. It ends with season three.

Scooby-Doo! And the Mystery Pups (HBO Max)
The first Scooby series made for preschoolers, this animated series was cancelled while it was still being made. 

See (Apple TV+)
The streaming service announced that the third season of this post-apocalyptic drama is also its last. The series stars Jason Momoa.

Servant (Apple TV+)
A psychological thriller series, this show revolves around a Philadelphia couple in mourning. Season four is the end.

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (Netflix)
In 2020, the streaming service ordered a show based on the novel by Stuart Turton. The English author revealed that the plans have now been cancelled. 

Sex/Life (Netflix)
This drama follows a suburban wife and mother who longs for the excitement of her younger days. It ended with its second season.

Shantaram (Apple TV+)
Starring Charlie Hunnam, this drama follows an Australian fugitive who changes his identity and goes on the run to Bombay. It lasted for 12 episodes.

Single Drunk Female (Freeform)
A single-camera comedy, this show revolves around a twenty-something alcoholic who has a public meltdown and must live with her mother to avoid jail time. It was cancelled after two seasons.

Soulmates (AMC)
An anthology series, this show takes place in a world where a test can tell people who their soulmate is. It was cancelled despite an earlier renewal.

South Side (HBO Max)
This comedy series about two friends began on Comedy Central. It moved to HBO Max for seasons two and three before being cancelled.

Snowfall (FX)
Revolving around the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980s, this crime drama was renewed for a sixth and final season.

Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy (CNN)
A travel and food series, this show follows the actor as he travels around Italy, visiting each region and exploring their cultures, cuisine, and history. It was dropped after two seasons.

Star Trek: Picard (Paramount+)
Starring Sir Patrick Stewart, this sci-fi series wraps with its third season, which will reunite Jean-Luc Picard with his Enterprise crew from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Star Trek: Prodigy (Paramount+)
An animated series for kids, this sci-fi series was cancelled before its second season could be completed and released on the streamer.

Step Up (Starz)
Based on the film franchise, this series about a performing arts school ran for two seasons as a YouTube Original and one season on Starz before being cancelled.

Stranger Things (Netflix)
Set in the 1980s, this sci-fi horror series revolves around mysteries and supernatural events in the town of Hawkins, Indiana. It ends with season five.

Succession (HBO)
A corporate dramedy series revolving around the powerful Roy family, this popular cable show ends with its fourth season finale.

Three Pines (Prime Video)
A mystery series starring Alfred Molina as a Québec detective, this show was cancelled after one season of eight episodes.

This Is Life with Lisa Ling (CNN)
Season nine is the end for this documentary series which sees journalist Lisa Ling traveling to the far corners of America.

Titans (HBO Max)
Revolving around a group of young heroes from DC Comics, this show has been cancelled with its fourth season.

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (Prime Video)
With John Krasinski in the lead role, this action spy thriller series is ending with its fourth season.

Tooning Out the News (Paramount+)
A topical live-action/animation hybrid series, this show spoofs the week’s news in the form of satirical segments. It was cancelled after three seasons and more than 260 episodes.

True Lies (CBS)
Based on the 1994 comedy-action movie, this series was cancelled after one season due to low ratings.

Truth Be Told (Apple TV+)
After three seasons, Poppy has tackled her last case. The streaming service has cancelled the crime drama after 28 episodes.

Tucker Carlson Tonight (Fox News Channel)
After six and a half years on the air, this nightly program was abruptly cancelled when its host exited the channel.

The Umbrella Academy (Netflix)
This show was a superhero series based on the comic book series, written by Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel Bá. It wraps with season four.

Up Here (Netflix)
This show is a musical romantic comedy series that revolves around a couple that meets in New York. It stars Mae Whitman and Carlos Valdes and was cancelled after one season.

Valerie’s Home Cooking (Food Network)
Hosted by actress Valerie Bertinelli, this culinary series ends with its 14th season.

Vampire Academy (Peacock)
Based on a series of paranormal romance novels, the story revolves around a pair of very different young women at the St Vladimir’s Academy boarding school. The show was cancelled after one season.

Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The CW)
Star Colin Mochrie broke the news that season 20 is the end of this long-running improvisation comedy series, at least with this cast.

Walker: Independence (The CW)
The same day the Walker series was renewed for a fourth season, this prequel was cancelled so that it won’t have a second season.

The Watchful Eye (Freeform)
A mystery thriller series, this show follows a bright young woman who is hired as a live-in nanny in a wealthy home in a mysterious Manhattan apartment building. It was cancelled after one season.

The Wheel (NBC)
The peacock network ran this game show (inspired by a successful UK  series) over the holidays, and it apparently didn’t draw big enough ratings to justify a second season. 

Willow (Disney+)
A sequel to the 1988 movie by George Lucas and Ron Howard, this fantasy series aired for eight episodes. It may return for a second season someday.

The Winchesters (The CW)
A spin-off of Supernatural, this show tells the story of how John Winchester and Mary Campbell met, fell in love, and fought monsters together. It was dropped after a single season.

Workin’ Moms (Netflix)
This Canadian comedy series follows a group of women as they cope with the struggles of being working mothers. They say goodbye after seven seasons.

Wu-Tang: An American Saga (Hulu)
Taking place in 1990s New York City, during the height of the crack cocaine epidemic, this drama follows the formation of the Wu-Tang Clan. It ends with season three.

Yellowstone (Paramount Network)
Reportedly due to a disagreement with star Kevin Costner over scheduling, this popular cable series ends with its fifth season.

Young Rock (NBC)
A biographical comedy series, this show follows the early life of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson at three different ages. It was cancelled after three seasons.

Your Honor (Showtime)
Starring Bryan Cranston as a New Orleans judge, this drama’s story ends with its second season.

Ziwe (Showtime)
A late-night variety/sketch talk show, this series stars comedian Ziwe Fumudoh. It was cancelled after two seasons.

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What do you think? Have any of your favorite shows been cancelled? Which ones are you sorry to see come to an end?