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Kaitlin Thomas
The Big Bang Theory
1 of 19 Michael Yarish/CBS

The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Final season premiere date: Monday, Sept. 24 at 8/7c
Number of episodes: 24 episodes

After 12 seasons, the world's biggest comedy will utter it's last bazinga, but surely not before a slew of famous guest stars pop up at least one more time. Maybe?

2 of 19 Greg Gayne/The CW

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW)

Final season premiere date: Friday, Oct. 14 at 9/8c
Number of episodes: 18 episodes

Pitch Perfect's Skylar Astin joins the critically acclaimed comedy for its final season. He will play a reimagined version of the fan-favorite character Greg, previously played by Broadway star Santino Fontana. The season will also detail the fallout of Rebecca Bunch's (Rachel Bloom) guilty plea, after she was accused of trying to murder her former fake boyfriend, Trent.

3 of 19 Eric Milner/Netflix

A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix)

Final season premiere date: Tuesday, Jan. 1
Number of episodes: 7 episodes

Netflix's adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events will come to a close with its third season. The final season will adapt the remaining four books in the series.

4 of 19 Giovanni Rufino/Fox

Gotham (Fox)

Final season premiere date: Thursday, Jan. 3 at 8/7c
Number of episodes: 10 episodes

The famed Batman villain Bane is coming to Gotham in the Fox drama's final season. But he probably won't be the only person causing trouble for our heroes: the Joker will almost certainly appear too.

5 of 19 Byron Cohen/FXX

You're the Worst (FXX)

Final season premiere date: Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 10/9c
Number of episodes: 13 episodes

The fifth and final season of FXX's warped romantic comedy will actually kick off with a bizarre send-up of '90s rom-coms. And before you ask, yes, there will be a final installment of Sunday Funday.

6 of 19 Comedy Central

Broad City

Final season premiere date: Thursday, Jan. 24 at 10/9c
Number of episodes: 10 episodes

The girls are back in town for one more run. Broad City's fifth and final season will bring back the GIF-tastic passion project of Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson for one more round, which means fans will get to see the ladies get into a few more hijinks (and a whole lotta pot) before saying goodbye to these kweens.

7 of 19 Eric Liebowitz/Netflix

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)

Final season premiere date: Friday, Jan. 25
Number of episodes: 6 episodes

If six episodes isn't enough for you (of course it isn't enough for you! This is Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt we're talking about!), there are still talks that Kimmy's (Ellie Kemper) journey will wrap up with a movie that will serve as the show's series finale.

8 of 19 John Medland/Freeform

Shadowhunters (Freeeform)

Final season premiere date: Monday, Feb. 25
Number of episodes: 12 episodes

The fans of Freeform's Shadowhunters have been relentless in their #SaveShadowhunters campaign, but should no other network pick up the show, it will go out with a two-hour series finale this winter.

9 of 19 Michael Desmond/The CW

Jane the Virgin (The CW)

Final season premiere date: Wednesday, March 27 at 9/8c
Number of episodes: TBD

Star Gina Rodriguez will be directing the final season premiere, which will resolve the Season 4 cliffhanger and reveal whether or not the man that looks like Michael (Brett Dier) is actually Michael or if the entire thing is some heartbreaking trick from creator Jennie Snyder Urman.

10 of 19 HBO

Game of Thrones (HBO)

Final season premiere date: April 2019
Number of episodes: 6 episodes

The final chapter of HBO's Emmy-winning drama will hopefully answer whose butt will sit on the Iron Throne. If it doesn't, what the hell have we been doing this entire time? But in case you're already wondering where you'll get your epic fantasy fix once the show signs off, don't worry: HBO is already working on a potential spin-off about the "true" origin of the White Walkers.

11 of 19 Jack Rowand/The CW

iZombie (The CW)

Final season premiere date: Tuesday, May 2 at 8/7c
Number of episodes: TBD

A few loose ends remain for everyone's favorite zom-dram-rom-com as it heads into its final season. Liv (Rose McIver) gave up the only known cure in existence at the of Season 4 so Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) could have a family, but is a real, recreate-able cure for the zombie virus on the horizon? And will Major (Robert Buckley) and Liv finally get their happy ending?

12 of 19 HBO

Veep (HBO)

Final season premiere date: Spring 2019
Number of episodes: 10 episodes

The sad news is: The seventh and final season of HBO's sharpest and funniest comedy was sadly delayed by star Julia Louis-Dreyfus' breast cancer diagnosis. The good news is: She has completed treatment and the cast has started production. The show is slated to return in spring 2019.

13 of 19 Kata Vermes/Showtime

Homeland (Showtime)

Final season premiere date: June 2019
Number of episodes: 12 episodes

Emmy winner Claire Danes decided she was done playing Carrie Mathison after next summer's eighth season, which will take place overseas and may feature a large time jump, according to showrunner Alex Gansa. Hopefully Carrie will be able to retire to a nice tropical beach somewhere when it's all said and done.

14 of 19 Paul Sarkis/Showtime

The Affair (Showtime)

Final season premiere date: TBD
Number of episodes: TBD

The psychological drama series will return for a fifth and final season, but it will do so without one of its stars; Ruth Wilson departed the series in Season 4 and her character was killed off.

15 of 19 CBS

Criminal Minds (CBS)

Finale season premiere date: TBD
Number of episodes: 10 episodes

After 15 seasons, Criminal Minds' BAU is officially shuttering its doors. The final season will feature a new adversary for the team, a two-part premiere that will find one of our beloved heroes in jeopardy, as well as the anticipated returns of some of the procedural's most memorable unsubs and former cast members.

16 of 19 SYFY

Killjoys

Full season premiere date: TBD
Number of episodes: 10 episodes

Syfy renewed Killjoys in 2017, with plans to say goodbye to its crew of space bounty hunters after its fifth and final season. Now that the fourth season has come and gone, the interplanetary adventure's end is truly nigh.

17 of 19 USA Network

Mr. Robot

Full season premiere date: TBD
Number of episodes: 12 episodes

USA Network has decided to let Mr. Robot's ourth season be its last. Showrunner Sam Esmail said of the decision, "Since day one, I've been building toward one conclusion -- and in breaking the next season of Mr. Robot, I have decided that conclusion is finally here."

18 of 19 Netflix

Orange is the New Black

Final season premiere date: TBD
Number of episodes: TBD

As one of Netflix's flagship series, fans might've expected Orange Is the New Black to last forever. Alas, all good things must come to an end, and the ladies of Litchfield will say goodbye to the airwaves after the show's seventh and final season. Don't draw on that tear-shaped face tat just yet, though. Actress Uzo Aduba assured us all, "Season 7 you will not be disappointed, it is a season you will not forget, and we are going to give you everything and more that you could have ever wanted."

19 of 19 Jennifer Clasen/Amazon

Transparent (Amazon)

Final season premiere date: TBD
Number of episodes: TBD

The fate of the Amazon series was up in the air after star Jeffrey Tambor was fired in the wake of sexual harassment allegations made against him. Although there are no details regarding how Tambor's character will be written out of the show -- we actually know nothing about what Season 5 will entail -- Amazon confirmed in July that Transparent would return in the future.