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All the TV Shows That Are Ending in 2021

We're not ready to say goodbye to these favorites

All the TV Shows Ending in 2021
1 of 84 Netflix/The CW

All the TV Shows Ending in 2021

In 2021, fans have bid farewell to dozens of broadcast, cable, and streaming favorites, including several series that have been airing for more than a decade. And due to COVID-19 shutdowns last year, this year's list is longer than usual; many shows that were expected to end in 2020 delayed their final seasons until 2021. From Last Man Standing on FOX to Netflix's Grace and Frankie to Shameless on Showtime to Amazon's Bosch, click through the gallery to see all the shows that are ending this year, and find out how to watch them before they're gone.

2 of 84 Starz

American Gods (Starz)

How to watch: Starz

American Gods was canceled after three tumultuous seasons. The cancellation was announced after the Season 3 finale, which aired March 21, though Starz is considering a potential event series or movie to wrap up the story. Ricky Whittle and Ian McShane starred in the adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel of the same name. The cancellation was not surprising considering American Gods' lackluster ratings and ongoing reports that the show was mired in behind-the-scenes drama

3 of 84 Richard Cartwright/ABC

American Housewife (ABC)

How to watch: Hulu

American Housewife was canceled after five seasons on ABC. The veteran comedy was axed in May following behind-the-scenes turmoil, including the departure of actress Carly Hughes, who cited a toxic work environment and racial discrimination. Co-star Ali Wong was also expected to exit the series after booking the lead role on an Amazon series. The final episode aired in March.

4 of 84 Patrick McElhenney/Peacock

A.P. Bio (Peacock)

How to watch: Peacock

The Peacock comedy A.P. Bio was canceled after four seasons in December 2021. The series followed a surly college professor (Glenn Howerton) who taught high school advanced placement biology but spent most of his time thinking of revenge. The first two seasons aired on NBC, and it was moved over to Peacock for its final two seasons.

5 of 84 Netflix

Atypical (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

The fourth season of this dramedy about a teenage boy on the autism spectrum (Keir Gilchrist) was its last. Atypical, which experienced coronavirus-related delays, is expected to return in the first half of 2021. In Season 3, Sam started college, made new friends, and deepened his relationships with girlfriend Paige (Jenna Boyd) and best bro Zahid (Nik Dodani). But the real scene-stealer was Sam's sister, Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine), who explored her new romance with her female best friend. Season 4 tied a bow on many of the show's storylines, including Sam's parents' heartbreaking separation.

6 of 84 Alison Rosa/HBO

Betty (HBO)

How to watch: HBO Max

This queer comedy, following a group of young women who live and skate in New York, was a critical darling, earning rave reviews throughout its two seasons on HBO. Betty was a spin-off of Crystal Moselle's 2018 documentary-narrative hybrid Skate Kitchen.

7 of 84 CW

Black Lightning (The CW)

How to watch: Netflix, CWTV.com

This DC Comics-inspired superhero show ended Season 4. Black Lightning stars Cress Williams as the eponymous hero, a former electricity-wielding supe and current New Orleans high school principal who is forced out of retirement when an evil gang gets its clutches in the Big Easy. Saving the day becomes a family affair when his daughters — Thunder (Nafessa Williams) and Lightning (China Ann McClain) — don supersuits of their own. Season 4 aired in the first half of 2021.

8 of 84 FOX

Bless the Harts (FOX)

How to watch: Hulu, Fox

It's Amen for Bless the Harts on FOX. The animated comedy ended with its Season 2 finale in May. The series, which featured the voice talents of Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, and Kumail Nanjiani, among others, centered on the Harts, a Southern family that's poor in money but rich in love. 

9 of 84 Freeform

The Bold Type (Freeform)

How to watch: Hulu

Scarlet Magazine ended its run. Freeform's fizzy drama about three millennials who work together at a women's magazine in Manhattan will end after its (very short) fifth season. The Bold Type, which stars Aisha Dee, Katie Stevens, and Meghann Fahy, saw its fourth season truncated last summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fifth and final season included six episodes and ran in the summer of 2021.

10 of 84 Netflix

Bonding (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Bonding is hanging up the whip after two seasons. The series starred Zoe Levin as a grad student moonlighting as a dominatrix, who hires her old high school best friend (Brendan Scannell) to help her run the business and act as her bodyguard. The series earned Scannell an Emmy nod in the Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series category. -Diane Gordon

11 of 84 Amazon

Bosch (Amazon)

How to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Bosch, Amazon's longest-running original series,came to an end after its seventh season in the fall of 2021. The gritty drama is a faithful adaptation of the best-selling Harry Bosch novels by Michael Connelly, following the titular Los Angeles detective and private eye (played by Titus Welliver) as he investigates homicide cases. If you're still not ready to say goodbye to the show's dogged police work and groovy jazz soundtrack, find solace (and maybe a new favorite show) in TV Guide's roundup of the best shows to watch if you like Bosch.

12 of 84 NBC

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC)

How to watch: Hulu, Peacock Premium

Brooklyn Nine-Nine came to an end after its eighth season, which is set to air as early as fall 2021, NBC announced. The comedy starring Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero, and Andre Braugher, among others, initially ran for five seasons on FOX before being canceled by the network and rescued by NBC. The final season, which was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, contained 10 episodes and aired in the summer of 2021.

13 of 84 Sky TV

Bulletproof (Sky TV)

How to watch: Sky TV

The British cop thriller Bulletproof was canceled by Sky TV in May following sexual misconduct allegations against creator and star Noel Clarke. In an investigation published in The Guardian in April, 20 women who worked with Clarke spoke out against the actor, accusing him of harassment, bullying, making sexual comments, sharing explicit photos without consent, and groping. Clarke denied all but one of the allegations. The CW Seed, which was streaming Bulletproof stateside, yanked the show in April. Sky TV canceled the series the following month, nixing plans for a fourth season. Bulletproof co-creator and co-star Ashley Walters shared his own statement via Twitter, writing in part, "My thoughts are with the women who have come forward and told their awful stories…whilst Noel has been a friend and colleague for several years, I cannot stand by and ignore these allegations. Sexual harassment, abuse and bullying have no place in our industry. Every woman has the right to a safe workplace and moving forward I pledge my dedication to this."

14 of 84 PBS

Caillou (PBS Kids)

How to watch: Amazon Prime Video

PBS Kids said farewell to Caillou in January of 2021 — an announcement that was met with some sadness and plenty of parental glee. The Canadian education cartoon, which was on the air for more than 23 years, centered on a curious 4-year-old boy and his family. Critics complained about Caillou's whiny voice, misbehavior, and frequent tantrums. Defenders appreciated him as a developmentally appropriate and relatable character for preschoolers who are grappling with similar feelings and challenges.

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Call Your Mother (ABC)

How to watch: Hulu

ABC hung up on freshman comedy Call Your Mother. The series starred Kyra Sedgwick as an empty-nester mom who decides to reinsert herself into the lives of her children. The first and only season wrapped up in May.

16 of 84 Netflix

Castlevania (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Castlevania, Netflix's first original anime series, came to an end after four seasons, though a spin-off series about entirely new characters may be in the works. Inspired by the classic Konami video game of the same name, the medieval fantasy series featured the voice talents of Richard Armitage and Graham McTavish. Armitage voiced Trevor, the last surviving member of a disgraced family, who seeks to save Eastern Europe from Dracula (McTavish) and his vampires. The final season was released in May, 10 months after series creator Warren Ellis was accused of sexual misconduct by more than 60 people. (Warren denied the allegations.) Ellis will not be involved in future projects related to the show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

17 of 84 TNT

Claws (TNT)

How to watch: Hulu

Claws closed up shop after Season 4, which is likely to air in the summer of 2021. The twisty dramedy stars Niecy Nash as Desna, a Central Florida nail salon owner who uses her business to launder money for a gang. Season 3 saw Desna take more strides to the dark side, controlling her own empire along with her salon staff. The final season was, excuse us, a real nail-biter.

18 of 84 TBS

Conan (TBS)

How to watch: Hulu Live + TV, Sling TV, TBS

Conan O'Brien's 28-year run as a late-night host and his 11-year run on Conan came to an end in June 2021. While his travel specials will continue to air on TBS, O'Brien himself is moving to HBO Max, where he will host a weekly variety show.

19 of 84 TLC

Counting On (TLC)

How to watch: TLC.com

Counting On, the long-running TLC reality series about the Duggar family, was canceled in June following Josh Duggar's arrest in April on child pornography possession charges. While Josh Duggar did not appear in Counting On, he did appear on the original TLC series featuring his family, 19 Kids and Counting, which ran from 2008 to 2015; that series was canceled after news broke that Josh Duggar had allegedly molested five girls, including two of his sisters, when he was a teenager. The spin-off, Counting On, premiered in 2015 without Josh and ran for 11 seasons before its cancellation. "TLC will not be producing additional seasons of Counting On," the network said in a statement announcing the cancellation. "TLC feels it is important to give the Duggar family the opportunity to address their situation privately."

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Country Comfort (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Country Comfort won't be getting an encore on Netflix. This sitcom starred Katharine McPhee as an aspiring country singer who finds family and purpose when she gets hired by a widower (Eddie Cibrian) to nanny his five children. She and the kids bond over personal losses and music. -Diane Gordon

21 of 84 Geoffrey Short/Netflix

Cowboy Bebop (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

With Cowboy Bebop, Netflix gave a live-action adaptation of one of the most beloved anime series of all-time a shot, and it didn't sit well with fans. It was quickly canceled after one season. John Cho starred as Spike, a bounty hunter in space, who went after crooks with his friend Jet (Mustafa Shakir) and the fiery Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda). 

22 of 84 Netflix

The Crew (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Kevin James attempted to extend his winning streak at long-running TV series with this multi-camera comedy about a professional NASCAR racing crew. However, Netflix hit the brakes on The Crew after a single season. -Diane Gordon

23 of 84 Netflix

Cursed (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Based on Tom Wheeler and Frank Miller's graphic novel of the same name, Cursed reimagined the legend of King Arthur through the eyes of the girl destined to become the Lady of the Lake. The fantasy's teenage heroine Nimue (13 Reasons Why's Katherine Langford) teams up with young Arthur, and together they embark on a dangerous quest. The series was canceled after its first season. Check out: 7 Shows to Watch If You Liked Cursed

24 of 84 Saeed Adyani/Netflix

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

In Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!, Jamie Foxx drew on his real-life experiences with his daughter Corinne Foxx (who served as an executive producer on the show) for this comedy about a cosmetics brand owner who suddenly finds himself in charge of raising his strong-minded teenage daughter. Netflix and Foxx agreed there would be no second season of the show. -Diane Gordon

25 of 84 Netflix

Dear White People (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Dear White People ended its run with its fourth and final season in 2021 with a truly exuberant musical season. This bitingly witty series based on the movie of the same name manages to be entertaining even as it takes on complex issues like racism and prejudice. And its young cast, including Logan Browning, Ashley Blaine Featherson, and Marque Richardson, is superlative.

26 of 84 Sergei Bachlakov/NBC

Debris (NBC)

How to watch: PeacockHulu

Debris was yet another hour-long mystery series trying to follow in Lost's footsteps. However, the alien sci-fi drama starring Jonathan Tucker and Riann Steele couldn't find its footing, and NBC decided to pull the plug after one season.  -Megan Vick 

27 of 84 Apple TV+

Dickinson (Apple TV+)

How to watch: Apple TV+

Apple TV+ closed the book on its stylish, anachronistic take on the life of Emily Dickinson. Dickinson, which stars Hailee Steinfeld as the young poet, ended after its third season, which premiered Nov. 5. The Peabody Award-winning dramedy was beloved by critics, who praised the series' eloquence as it married poignant history and modern sensibility.

28 of 84 Disney XD

DuckTales (Disney XD)

How to watch: Disney+

This fresh take on the classic animated series was canceled in late 2020. DuckTales, which boasts a cast including David Tennant along with comedy stars Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz, Kate Micucci, and wrapped up its third and final season in early 2021.

29 of 84 Freeform/Ser Baffo

Everything's Gonna Be Okay (Freeform)

How to watch: Hulu

Created by and starring Australian comedian Josh Thomas, Everything's Gonna Be Okay centers on a young man who is faced with the responsibility of parenting his two half-sisters after the sudden death of their father. The uplifting dramedy ran for two seasons before it was canceled by Freeform.

30 of 84 Netflix

F Is for Family (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

This animated comedy, co-created by Emmy-winning writer The Simpsons writer Michael Price and comedian Bill Burr, is ended with its fifth season in 2021. F is for Family is inspired by Burr's own childhood, and he voices Phil Murphy, the patriarch of an Irish-American family in smoky, politically incorrect 1970s Pennsylvania.

31 of 84 Giovanni Rufino/ABC

For Life (ABC)

How to watch: Hulu

The Season 2 finale of For Life, which aired in February, will serve as its series finale as well. ABC canceled the drama in May after lackluster ratings. The series starred Nicholas Pinnock as a wrongfully convicted inmate who becomes a lawyer in hopes of overturning his sentence and reclaiming his life.

32 of 84 Warrick Page/HBO Max

Genera+ion (HBO Max)

How to watch: HBO Max

This HBO Max dramedy cast a spotlight on a diverse group of Gen-Z kids as they explore their sexuality, grappling with the horrors of high school, the pains of growing up, and the challenges posed by their conservative community. Generation (styled Genera+ion) was canceled after one season.

33 of 84 Amazon

Goliath (Amazon)

How to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Billy Bob Thornton stars in this legal drama about a once-famous, now-washed-up lawyer who reluctantly returns to the courtroom, and finds himself facing a foe far more powerful than he imagined. Goliath, one of Amazon's most-binged original series, ended with its fourth season, which was slated to debut in 2020 but delayed until 2021 due to a COVID-19 production shutdown.

34 of 84 NBC

Good Girls (NBC)

How to watch: NetflixPeacockHulu

Time is up for Good Girls on NBC. The show, which ran for four seasons, starred Christina HendricksRetta, and Mae Whitman as desperate moms who find themselves embroiled in a money-laundering scheme. Executives had hoped to bring the series back for a shortened fifth season to wrap up the story, but unfortunately, the fan-favorite show got the ax.

35 of 84 Hallmark

Good Witch (Hallmark)

How to watch: Netflix

Catherine Bell has cast her last spell as the titular Good Witch in the popular Hallmark fantasy series. The franchise, which included seven seasons and several TV movies, followed Bell's Cassie Nightingale, her daughter Grace (Bailee Madison), and the other residents of the quaint and quirky town of Middleton. Check out: 8 Shows You'll Love If You Liked Hallmark's Good Witch

36 of 84 Netflix

Grace and Frankie (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

It's curtains for Grace and Frankie after the show's seventh and final season, was in late 2021, but the comedy will go out as Netflix's longest-running series ever with 94 episodes, surpassing Orange Is the New Black's 91-episode record. The Emmy-nominated show stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as nemeses who bond after their husbands reveal they've been having a decades-long affair with each other and are planning to get married.

37 of 84 Christopher Raphael

Hanna (Amazon Prime Video)

How to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Hanna was a TV adaptation of Joe Wright's 2011 action film of the same name, and it ran on Amazon Prime Video for three seasons. The series followed Hanna (Esmé Creed-Miles), a young girl trained by a government program to become a super-assassin. Expanding on the story of the movie, the TV series eventually followed Hanna deeper into the government program and into a school where others were also being trained.

38 of 84 OWN

The Haves and the Have Nots (OWN)

How to watch: Hulu, OWN

This soapy crime drama is written, directed, and executive-produced by Tyler Perry and based on his play of the same name. The series follows two affluent families and one impoverished family in Savannah, Georgia. The Haves and the Have Nots, OWN's first scripted drama, will come to an end after its eighth season, which premiered in 2020 and finished up in 2021.

39 of 84 Nicole Wilder/HBO Max

Head of the Class (HBO Max)

How to watch: HBO Max

Head of the Class was a reboot of the 1980s ABC sitcom of the same name, but only lasted one season on HBO Max. The series starred One Day at a Time's Isabella Gomez as a teacher for a class of gifted students who runs into problems when she tries to show them how to enjoy life more and they just want to get good grades. 

40 of 84 Kim Nunneley / Alexx Henry Studios, LLC / © 2020 Crown Media United States

Home & Family (Hallmark Channel)

How to watch: Hallmark Channel

Hallmark Channel is closing the curtains on its popular morning talk show Home & Family after its currently airing ninth season. The wholesome series, hosted by Debbie Matenopoulos and Cameron Mathison, centers on cooking, decorating, crafts, and parenting, and has earned six Daytime Emmy nominations for outstanding lifestyle program. The final episode aired on Aug. 4.

41 of 84 HBO

Insecure (HBO)

How to watch: HBOHBO MaxAmazon (with HBO add-on)Hulu (with HBO add-on)

After its critically acclaimed run on HBO, Issa Rae's sharp comedy came come to a close with its fifth season. Insecure took a more serious turn in Season 4 with its gutting depiction of the deteriorating relationship between Issa (Rae) and her best friend Molly (Yvonne Orji). 

42 of 84 Sky TV

Intergalactic (Sky TV)

How to watch: Sky TV

Sky TV has grounded Intergalactic. The sci-fi series, which follows a group of mutinous female convicts who take over their prison ship and go on the run, was canceled after just one season.

43 of 84 Netflix

The Irregulars (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Netflix has closed the case on The Irregulars. The streaming drama was canceled just two months after its first and only season debuted to critical approval and solid streaming numbers in March. The series, set in Victorian London, followed a ragtag group of teenagers employed by the menacing Dr. Watson and his mysterious business associate Sherlock Holmes to investigate supernatural crimes.

44 of 84 CBS

Judge Judy (CBS, first-run syndication)

How to watch: CBS All Access

After 25 years of Judge Judy, Judy Sheindlin is laying down her gavel — that is, until she gets started on her new series, Judy Justice. The final season of Judge Judy wrapped up in 2021, but the show will live on in the reruns and Judy has moved on to Amazon's free streaming service IMDb TV.

45 of 84 Adam Rose/Netflix

Jupiter's Legacy (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Jupiter's Legacy — Netflix's Josh Duhamel-starring adaptation of the superhero comic series by Mark Millar — soared in the ratings only to come crashing into a cancellation. While the show won't be getting a second season, it will be getting a spin-off called Supercrooks, about a team of villains and thieves. But first, Netflix is also releasing an anime version of the Supercrooks story. It's still unclear how similar the anime and live-action versions will be, nor how all these Millarworld shows will tie together.

46 of 84 E!

Keeping Up With the Kardashians (E!)

How to watch: Hulu

The polarizing reality series starring the Kardashian clan came to an end after 14 years with its 20th season, which aired in the first half of 2021. In an Instagram post announcing Keeping Up with the Kardashians' ending, Kim Kardashian West wrote, "It is with heavy hearts that we've made the difficult decision as a family to say goodbye to Keeping Up with the Kardashians. … This show made us who we are and I will be forever in debt to everyone who played a role in shaping our careers and changing our lives forever."

47 of 84 CBC

Kim's Convenience (CBC)

How to watch: Netflix

Kim's Convenience closed up shop. The beloved sitcom about a Korean Canadian family who run a bodega in Toronto is ending after its currently airing fifth season after co-creators Ins Choi and Kevin White confirmed they are departing for other projects. The ending is bittersweet for cast members, especially because it was previously announced that the show would run for a sixth season. "I feel we deserved better," wrote actor Simu Liu on Twitter. "I feel that you, our most amazing fans, deserved better. … I'd like to think that our show brought everyone a bit closer together during this incredibly divisive time."

48 of 84 Netflix

The Kominsky Method (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

It's a wrap for The Kominsky Method after Season 3, which was released in 2021. The Emmy-nominated and Golden Globe-winning series starred Michael Douglas as a once-famous actor-turned-acting coach and Alan Arkin as his longtime agent — a pair of best friends who support each other through their twilight years. However, Arkin decided not to return for Season 3. 

49 of 84 FOX

Last Man Standing (FOX)

How to watch: FOX Now, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV

Last Man Standing took a seat after its ninth and final season, which premieres on Jan. 3, 2021. The sitcom, which starred Tim Allen as an executive at a sporting goods chain who decides he wants to spend more time with his wife and daughters, was resurrected at FOX after it was canceled by ABC in 2017. The final season will featured a new baby and some fun callbacks to Home Improvement.

50 of 84 Netflix

Lost in Space (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

The sun is setting on Netflix's reboot of the 1960s sci-fi adventure series. Lost in Space ended with its third and final season, which was released in late-2021. The series, about a family that crash-lands on an alien planet, stars Maxwell Jenkins, Parker Posey, Molly Parker, and Toby Stephens, among others.

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Lovecraft Country (HBO)

How to watch: HBO Max

The one-season wonder that was Lovecraft Country told the story of a young Black man who traveled across the segregated 1950s United States in search of his missing father, learning the dark secrets of a town on which famous horror writer H. P. Lovecraft supposedly based the location for many of his stories. The HBO show, starring Jonathan Majors, Jurnee Smollett, and Courtney B. Vance, received acclaim for its sharp take on both horror and history. Though the series was canceled, there is some good news: the partnership between Lovecraft Country creator Misha Green and the show's leading lady Jurnee Smollett will continue in a Black Canary movie, written by Green and starring Smollett. -Diane Gordon

52 of 84 Netflix

Lucifer (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Lucifer came to an end in September 2021 with a sixth and final season, but given the show's resilient history, we're loath to place any bets that it won't eventually return. The series, which stars Tom Ellis as the devilishly charming title character, was canceled by FOX after three seasons only to be resurrected by Netflix for a fourth.

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MacGyver (CBS)

How to watch: CBS, Paramount+

Time has run out for the Lucas Till-starring MacGyver reboot. CBS announced that the April 30 Season 5 finale served as the series finale. The reimagining of the popular 1985 show stars Till as Angus "Mac" MacGyver, an ingenious undercover agent with some impressive engineering chops. MacGyver faced some controversy during its five-season run, with CBS firing showrunner Peter Lenkov last year after reports that he created a toxic work environment. Thirty people spoke out against the former EP, including Till, who said he endured verbal abuse, bullying, and body-shaming from Lenkov that caused him to consider suicide. After CBS announced the show cancellation, Till wrote on Instagram that he will look back on his time on the show as "THE most formative years of my life," adding, "I learned to push myself to new limits, breaking through and through and through. Was nervous to take up the mantle of an icon and you guys allowed me into your homes and accepted me. I'm like the Roger Moore of MacGyvers now thanks to your support."

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mixed-ish (ABC)

How to watch: Hulu

Soon after ABC announced that the eighth season of acclaimed comedy black-ish would be its last, the network dropped the ax on spin-off mixed-ish. The show was a prequel to black-ish, delving into Bow's (Arica Himmel) experience growing up in the '80s as part of a mixed-race hippie family trying to adjust to life in the suburbs. The Season 2 finale, which served as a series finale, aired in May. Another spin-off, grown-ish, is still in the lineup at Freeform, and creator Kenya Barris is developing a third spin-off, old-ish, at ABC.

55 of 84 CBS

Mom (CBS)

How to watch: CBS All Access

CBS's acclaimed comedy Mom ended after its currently airing eighth season. Allison Janney's performance on the show won her two supporting actress Emmy Awards. Janney became the sole lead after her co-star Anna Faris departed the series last year. The series finale aired on May 6, 2021.

56 of 84 Netflix

Money Heist (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

This incredibly popular and International Emmy Award-winning crime drama returned for its fifth and final season in late  2021. The sexy Spanish-language series follows eight thieving misfits who set out to execute a masterful heist in Spain.

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The Moodys (Fox)

How to watch: Hulu, Fox

Fox closed up shop on family comedy The Moodys after two seasons. The show, based on the Australian series A Moody Christmas, stars Denis Leary and Elizabeth Perkins as parents of three adult children. The Moodys began as a holiday event series, and then Fox brought it back for a second season, but it failed to gain the audience it needed to be renewed for a third. The final episode aired June 20.

58 of 84 Kevin Estrada/Netflix

Mr. Iglesias (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

In Mr. Iglesias, comedian Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias played a good-natured public high school teacher who returned to his alma mater to make a difference in the lives of gifted but misfit kids. The show ran for two seasons before class was dismissed permanently. -Diane Gordon

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Mr. Inbetween (FX)

How to watch: Hulu

The third season of the FX drama Mr. Inbetween was the show's last. The series was created and written by Scott Ryan, who also stars as a criminal for hire struggling to juggle his unsavory work as well as parenting his preteen daughter and caring for his aging father. The nine-episode final season premiered in May.

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Narcos: Mexico (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

The Mexico chapter of the massively popular Netflix drug saga is coming to a close with the third season of Narcos: Mexico, released on Nov. 5. The show, which is an offshoot of the original Colombia-set Narcos, centers on cartels and kingpins in Guadalajara. It remains to be seen whether the franchise will continue with another spin-off set elsewhere in the world.

61 of 84 CBS

NCIS: New Orleans (CBS)

How to watch: CBS All Access

The youngest sibling in CBS's NCIS franchise is also the first to come to a close. NCIS: New Orleans, led by Scott Bakula as Special Agent Dwayne Pride, ended after its seventh season. The series finale aired on May 16, 2021. The procedural's showrunners, Jan Nash and Christopher Silber, are already working on another spin-off — NCIS: Hawaii.

62 of 84 Netflix

On My Block (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Netflix's stellar coming-of-age dramedy On My Block, about a group of Black and Latinx teenagers in South Central Los Angeles, ended with its fourth season. The critically beloved series blends charming humor and heartfelt adolescent relationships with the stark realities of growing up in a crime-ridden neighborhood where gang violence is part of life. The final season dropped in October 2021.

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The Outpost (The CW)

How to watch: The CW, IMDb TV

The Outpost came to an end after four seasons. The CW fantasy series follows Talon (Jessica Green), the last surviving member of a race of people who were decimated by religious fanatics. At a medieval fortress on the edge of civilization, Talon learns to harness her powers and prepares to fight a despotic regime. The final episode aired Oct. 7.

64 of 84 BBC

Peaky Blinders (BBC)

How to watch: Netflix

Peaky Blinders ended after its sixth season, but the story isn't over yet. The BBC drama, which stars Cillian Murphy as a notorious crime boss intent on rising to power in post-World War I Birmingham, had originally been planned for seven seasons before suffering a year-long production delay during the COVID-19 pandemic. "While the TV series will be coming to an end, the story will continue in another form," creator and showrunner Steven Knight said in a statement announcing the sixth and final season. It's unclear whether the story will continue as a spin-off series, a movie, or some other medium. The final season debuted in late 2021.

65 of 84 FX

Pose (FX)

How to watch: Netflix

Pose, Ryan Murphy's groundbreaking LGBTQ+ drama, took its final bow with Season 3. The series cast a spotlight on New York's underground ballroom culture, with each season tackling a different era of its history. Pose has received much critical acclaim, including multiple Emmy and Golden Globe nominations, and a lead actor Emmy for Billy Porter — the first openly gay Black actor to win the award. The seven-episode third and final season, which premiered in May, jumps ahead to 1994, with its characters facing the fallout of the AIDS epidemic.

66 of 84 FOX

Prodigal Son (Fox)

How to watch: Hulu

Prodigal Son was a delicious treat for procedural nerds who like their case of the week to be on the darker side. The series follows Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne), a homicide detective haunted by his past, as well as by his serial killer father (Michael Sheen). Twists and dark drama made the show an addictive watch for its loyal fanbase, but it wasn't enough to convince Fox to renew the show for a third season. 

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Punky Brewster (Peacock)

How to watch: Peacock

Peacock pulled the plug on its Punky Brewster revival. The sequel series saw the return of the original show's star, Soleil Moon Frye, as a grown-up version of the iconic '80s sitcom character. In the new series, Punky is a divorced mother of three who meets a foster kid (Quinn Copeland) who reminds her of her younger self. The show was canceled after its 10-episode first season.

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Queen of the South (USA)

How to watch: Netflix

Queen of the South's reign ended with its fifth and final season. The USA drama stars Alice Braga as a woman forced to flee from a Mexican drug cartel only to take down its leader and start her own drug empire. The show is a remake of the Telemundo series La Reina del Sur, based on the novel of the same name by Arturo Pérez-Reverte. The 10-episode final season premiered on April 7.

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Rebel (ABC)

How to watch: Hulu

In a surprising move, ABC canceled the Erin Brockovich-inspired drama Rebel after just one season. The series, from Grey's Anatomy showrunner Krista Vernoff, starred Katey Sagal as Annie "Rebel" Bellow, a blue-collar legal advocate who fights for the causes and people she loves. The show's ratings weren't strong enough to earn a second season, however there are talks of IMDb coming to the rescue. 

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The Republic of Sarah (The CW)

How to Watch: HBO Max

The Republic of Sarah suffered from a very late spring premiere date on The CW so it didn't get enough eyes to save the drama about a young woman who finds herself leading a town in secession from the United States. The series concluded after its first season in the summer of 2021.

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Shameless (Showtime)

How to watch: Netflix

This fan-favorite drama about an alcoholic father of six (William H. Macy) and his dysfunctional Chicago family ended after 11 seasons on Showtime. Season 11 is underway, and the Shameless series finale aired in mid-2021.

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Shrill (Hulu)

How to watch: Hulu

SNL star Aidy Bryant's comedy ended with its third season. Shrill, based on Lindy West's memoir of the same name, saw Bryant playing Annie, a young woman discovering her own worth as she juggles her job, family, boyfriend, and the judgment of others. The final season premiered in spring 2021.

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The Sinner (USA)

How to watch: Netflix

USA Network's anthology detective series starring Bill Pullman turned in its badge after four seasons. Unlike most detective series, the mystery wasn't who did the murder, it was why they did it. The Sinner had its share of high-profile murderers, including Jessica Biel (who also produced the show) and Matt Bomer

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Special (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Netflix's Emmy-nominated short-form comedy Special went big for its second and final season, breaking from the 15-minute format it employed in Season 1. The second season contained eight half-hour episodes. The series was created by and stars Ryan O'Connell as a gay man with cerebral palsy who decides to pursue his dreams. The show is based on O'Connell's 2015 autobiography, I'm Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves. Season 2 premiered on May 20.

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Supergirl (The CW)

How to watch: The CW, Netflix

Supergirl, which stars Melissa Benoist as the high-flying hero, concluded with a 20-episode sixth season, that wrapped up at the beginning of December 2021. Chyler Leigh, Katie McGrath, Nicole Maines, and David Harewood also star in the super-series, which debuted on CBS and made the jump to The CW for Season 2.

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Superstore (NBC)

How to watch: Hulu, NBC

Cloud 9 closed. Superstore's sixth season was the show's last. The workplace comedy about the quirky employees of a big-box megastore tackled important issues like sexual harassment, immigration, and health care without sacrificing its kooky sense of humor. The series finale aired in the spring of 2021.

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Tin Star (Sky Atlantic)

How to watch: Amazon Prime Video

This U.K. crime thriller starring Tim Roth, Genevieve O'Reilly, and Christina Hendricks closed with its six-episode third season. Tin Star features Roth as a former undercover cop who moves his family from England, hoping to find a more tranquil life in a small town in the Canadian Rockies. But he soon finds himself facing off against a wave of organized crime, tied to a new oil refinery. Season 3 saw see the family return to Liverpool to confront their violent past. 

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The Unicorn (CBS)

How to watch: Paramount+

The Unicorn is no more on CBS. The single-camera comedy starred Walton Goggins as a widower whose friends and family help him step back into the world after the loss of his wife. While the series was a favorite among critics, it failed to deliver high ratings. The Season 2 and series finale aired in March.

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Van Helsing (Syfy)

How to watch: Netflix

Van Helsing is going on one last hunt. The 13-episode fifth and final season of the Syfy series was delayed due to COVID-19 production shutdowns in 2020, but aired 2021. The Canadian horror drama stars Kelly Overton as Vanessa Helsing, a descendant of the famous vampire hunter Abraham Van Helsing. Vanessa wakes from a three-year coma to find that her world has been taken over by vampires, and she and a small band of survivors are humanity's last hope.

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Wynonna Earp (Syfy)

How to Watch: Netflix

Syfy's super-fun, fan-beloved supernatural Western series Wynonna Earp came to a close in 2021 after a much delayed fourth season. The series followed Wyatt Earp's great-great-granddaughter on her adventures taking down ghouls and demons for almost five years. 

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You Me Her (Audience Network)

How to watch: Netflix internationally, but TBD in the U.S.

This polyamorous rom-com about the relationship between a suburban couple and an escort ends with Season 5, which was released internationally on Netflix in October 2020. But there's been trouble for the throuple in the U.S. after AT&T Audience Network was shut down in May 2020. It's unclear if and when the final season of You Me Her will air in the U.S. in 2021, but there's some speculation that it may stream on HBO Max, which is owned by AT&T.

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Younger (TV Land/Paramount+)

How to watch: Hulu, TV Land, Paramount+

Younger, which stars Sutton Foster as a 40-year-old single mom who disguises herself as a millennial in order to land a job in publishing, called it quits after Season 7, airing in July 2021. And the potential spin-off centered on Hilary Duff's character will also not be moving forward.

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Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist (NBC)

How to watch: PeacockHulu

The song is ending for Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist after two seasons on NBC. The fan-favorite musical comedy starred Jane Levy as a computer coder who can hear people's innermost thoughts expressed as full-on musical performances of popular songs. The series got a wrap-up Christmas movie on the Roku Channel and could potentially return for more holiday movie fun. 

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Y: The Last Man (FX on Hulu)

How to Watch: FX on Hulu

It took several years in development purgatory to get Y: The Last Man in front of viewers, but FX gave up on the ambitious series before the Season 1 finale was released. The creative team was reportedly shopping the show elsewhere, but no one has officially picked it up.