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All the Shows Ending in 2022

All of the TV Shows Ending in 2022

black-ish, Ozark, This Is Us, The Walking Dead
1 of 104 ABC/Netflix/NBC/AMC

Shows Ending in 2022

The TV gods giveth and taketh, and all the new series we're getting means we have to make room by saying farewell to some of our old favorites. Whether they've naturally run their courses and are leaving on their own terms or they're the victim of bad ratings and budget cuts, it's never easy to watch them go. There are several landmark series ending in 2022, including black-ish, This Is Us, and The Walking Dead, and plenty more that were unexpectedly canceled, like WestworldDC's Legends of Tomorrow, and Legacies.

Here are the shows ending in 2022.

2 of 104 Lori Allen/The CW

4400 (CW)

How to watch: The CW

The CW has canceled its updated reboot of the 2004 USA show about 4400 people who vanished and then reappeared years later after just one season. Perhaps, as it did once before, the 4400 will reappear again someday...

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A Discovery of Witches (AMC+)

How to watch: AMC+

The torrid supernatural romance series about a dapper vampire (Matthew Goode) who falls in love with an very powerful witch (Teresa Palmer) came to a close after its third season in 2022. 

4 of 104 Netflix

After Life (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Ricky Gervais' dark comedy about grief, loss, and embracing life ended after a three-season run in early 2022.

5 of 104 Disney Channel

Amphibia (Disney Channel)

How to watch: Disney+

Amphibia is a refreshing cartoon that's been praised by critics for its storyline, animation, and more. The series centers around Anne (voiced by Brenda Song, who is right at home on Disney Channel) and her friends' adventures who are separated after being transported to the titular world. There's impressive character development and lessons throughout all three seasons, and it's something children and adults alike can enjoy. Much to the dismay of its fans, the series was canceled after the third season aired in May 2022.

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Animal Kingdom (TNT)

How to watch: Amazon (for purchase)

Fans will have to say goodbye to one of the most dysfunctional families on TV when Animal Kingdom bids adieu after the sixth and final season airs in 2022. 

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Archive 81

How to watch: Netflix

The Netflix horror series — about a video archivist who restores damaged videotapes and gets sucked into a troubling mystery about a missing director and a demonic — only lasted one season, despite critical applause for the series.

8 of 104 Marc Brown/WGBH Educational Foundation/PBS

Arthur (PBS)

How to watch: Amazon Prime Video

After 25 seasons on the air, the beloved PBS kids' series Arthur has come to an end. The animated series, based on Marc Brown's best-selling children's books, debuted in 1996 and centers on the eponymous 8-year-old aardvark and his family and friends in Elmwood City. The 25th and final season premiered in the winter of 2022.

9 of 104 CBS

B Positive

How to watch: Paramount+

Annaleigh Ashford and Thomas Middleditch starred in this Chuck Lorre comedy about a therapist in need of a kidney and the woman who offers to give him hers. Season two was retooled into a comedy about running an assisted living facility, but it wasn't enough to save the show, and CBS has canceled it. 

10 of 104 CW


How to watch: HBO Max

Batwoman was canceled by The CW after three seasons in the spring, despite casting star-in-the-making Javicia Leslie in the titular role after Ruby Rose left the show before Season 2. It was a trailblazing show, centering a Black queer woman as the protector of Gotham City.

11 of 104 Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television

Better Call Saul (AMC)

How to watch: Netflix

Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) will complete his transition to Saul Goodman in the final season of Better Call Saul, the prequel series to Breaking Bad. The final season will be split into two halves (meaning it is possible that the show's ending could even be pushed to 2023, pending AMC's release schedule). Burning questions will be answered — primarily what happens to Rhea Seahorn's Kim Wexler, and whether this excellent piece of television will finally get the Emmy Awards it deserves. 

12 of 104 Suzanne Tenner/FX

Better Things (FX)

How to watch: Hulu

Pamela Adlon's award-winning comedy about a single mother and actress-comedian juggling work and life signed off with a series finale deemed as a "revolutionary act." The critical favorite won a Peabody Award in 2017, and Adlon earned Best Actress nominations at the 2017 and 2018 Emmys.

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Beyond the Edge (CBS)

How to watch: Paramount+

After just one season, CBS had dropped the ax on Beyond the Edge, a reality competition series that starred celebrities including Jodie Sweetin and Colton Underwood. The stars faced off in physical challenges in the jungles of Panama to win money for charities. The news was first reported by Deadline.

14 of 104 ABC

black-ish (ABC)

How to watch: Hulu

black-ish came to an end after eight season and dozens of awards and nominations. The series, from creator Kenya Barris, stars Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson as the parents of a Black family living in an affluent, mostly white neighborhood. The warm-hearted comedy has tackled sensitive issues, including class, colorism, the reappropriation of the N-word, white feminism, the rise of white nationalism during and after the 2016 presidential election, and more. The series has spawned two spin-offs: grown-ish on Freeform and the prequel mixed-ish, which ran on ABC for two seasons.

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Black Market with Michael K. Williams (ViceTV)

How to watch: Vice

Vice aired the final episodes of Michael K. Williams' docu-series Black Market in January 2022. The series follows Williams as he explains how street crime has evolved over time and shows how underground economies are working today. The actor, who died in 2021, said the series was his most personal project.

16 of 104 Patrick Harbron/CBS

Bull (CBS)

How to watch: Paramount+

After six seasons, CBS's embattled legal drama Bull is finally coming to an end on May 26. The show made headlines in 2018 when The New York Times reported on an alleged $9.5 million settlement paid to actress Eliza Dushku; Dushku was written off the show after she accused star Michael Weatherly of sexual harassment in a series of comments caught on tape. Weatherly apologized, and CBS later defended its decision to renew the show, saying that Weatherly was a "father" who "wanted to make it better," and pointing to Bull's continued popularity. "It's a show that does very well," CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl said at the time. "Michael is loved by our audience, and even after these allegations came out, people continued to watch." While initially a big hit for the network, the show's ratings have dwindled in recent years. In January, Weatherly announced he was departing "to pursue new creative challenges," and CBS confirmed the show was ending. 

17 of 104 The CW

Charmed (CW)

How to watch: The CW

The CW's reboot of the beloved witchy drama introduced three new and much more diverse sisters as the Charmed ones, and even mirrored the original series by killing off one sister after season three and introducing a mysterious replacement. Unfortunately, the magic just wasn't there in the end, and the show was canceled after four seasons. 

18 of 104 Doug Hyun/TNT

Claws (TNT)

How to watch: Hulu

Claws is closing up shop after four seasons. The TNT drama ended in early 2022 as the manicurists of Nail Artisan of Manatee County salon tried to make a few bucks and leave the drama behind once and for all. 

19 of 104 HBO Max

Close Enough (HBO Max)

How to watch: Prime Video

This adult animated sitcom from Regular Show creator J. G. Quintel had good reviews and funny storylines following a millennial couple navigating everyday crises that somehow escalate into catastrophic proportions. Close Enough was originally intended for TBS, but finally premiered on HBO Max in 2020 after some setbacks. However, the show was canceled in July 2022 after three seasons, and HBO Max removed Close Enough from its library a month later.

20 of 104 Netflix

Control Z (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Control Z came out during Covid-19 and became a must-watch Mexican series. A hacker begins releasing sensitive information about the students at a high school, and socially isolated Sofia is determined to find out who is behind it. In Season 3, the hacker is revealed and the students make it to graduation, so the show was able to run its natural course.

21 of 104 The CW

DC's Legends of Tomorrow (CW)

How to watch: Netflix

The quirkiest entry in the Arrowverse was canceled in the spring of 2022 after seven seasons. In years past, The CW has been very gracious in allowing long-running shows enough time and notice to wrap stories up in a satisfying manner, but Legends of Tomorrow ended with a big cliffhanger, as the producers were anticipating a renewal. It's a big letdown for fans and a sad way to see this delightful and ambitious show say goodbye.

22 of 104 Saeed Adyani/Netflix

Dead to Me (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

We're already mourning Dead to Me, which is ending with the show's third and final season, expected to be released in 2022. The dark dramedy stars Christina Applegate as foul-mouthed widow Jen and Linda Cardellini as her best friend, Judy, who accidentally killed Jen's husband in a hit-and-run. The show became a favorite binge thanks to Applegate and Cardellini's magnetic performances, as well as its jaw-dropping cliffhangers, outrageous twists, and madcap sense of humor.

23 of 104 Micaiah Carter/SHOWTIME

Desus & Mero (Showtime)

How to watch: Showtime

The Bodega Boys are leaving the air after four seasons of their late-night comedy show. Not only that, but Desus Nice and The Kid Mero have ended their comedy partnership entirely, much to the dismay of fans.

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Dollface (Hulu)

How to watch: Hulu

Kat Dennings starred in this Hulu comedy about a woman trying to repair her broken female friendships after being dumped by her boyfriend, and then she was dumped by Hulu after two seasons. 

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The Dr. Oz Show (Syndicated)

How to watch: Check your local listings

The Dr. Oz Show will be ending in 2022 after thirteen seasons on the air. The ending comes as host Dr. Mehmet Oz continues his campaign to represent Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate. 

26 of 104 Fox


How to watch: Hulu

Fox canceled its animated series Duncanville after its third season aired in June 2022. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show about a teenage boy's fantasy world was the least watched of Fox's animated series in the 2021-22 season, so it ended up getting the ax.

27 of 104 Josh Stringer/The CW

Dynasty (CW)

How to watch: The CW

The CW's reboot of the popular 80s soap lasted five seasons of backstabbing and manipulation among the wealthy Carrington family and their friends, lovers and business associates before being canceled. 

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The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Syndicated)

How to watch: Check your local listings

Ellen DeGeneres announced in May 2021 that she would be ending her talk show in 2022 after 19 seasons. The talk show host says it has been the plan for years to the end the show, claiming that hosting it is no longer a challenge. However, the announcement came less than a year after allegations of a toxic workplace environment behind the scenes. The show's final episode will air on May 26, 2022.

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The Endgame (NBC)

How to watch: Hulu

Morena Baccarin and Ryan Michelle Bathe starred in this cat and mouse thriller about a criminal mastermind (Baccarin) who faces off against an FBI agent (Bathe), but NBC opted to end the chase after just one season. 

30 of 104 Syfy

The Expanse (Amazon Prime Video)

How to watch: Amazon Prime Video

One of the best sci-fi series of the last few decades avoided cancellation by Syfy when superfan Jeff Bezos rescued it after Season 3 and picked it up as an Amazon Prime Video original for its final three seasons. The show was set in the future when war between Earth and colonists on Mars broke out, with miners on an asteroid belt stuck in the middle and a mysterious alien presence threatening the entire universe. 

31 of 104 Netflix

Family Reunion (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

The Netflix comedy, about a family that struggles to adjust to life in the South after they move from Seattle to Atlanta to be closer to extended family, will say goodbye after its third and final season in 2022. 

32 of 104 Julie Corsetti/HBO Max

FBoy Island (HBO Max)

How to watch: HBO Max 

Hosted by Nikki Glaser, reality dating show FBoy Island threw three women into a dating pool of 24 men with the object to find out who was an Fboy (just there for a good time), and who was serious about a relationship. (Sounds a little too much like real life?)

33 of 104 Netflix

First Kill (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

First Kill took the vampire teen drama genre one step beyond and tapped into the LGBTQ audience with a palpable romance blossoming between teenage vampire Juliette and vampire hunter Calliope. Both are out to make their first kill, but things get complicated when they fall for each other. 

The series premiered in June 2022 and was watched globally for 30.34 million hours during its first three days on Netflix, but wasn't renewed for a second season.

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The First Lady (Showtime)

How to watch: Showtime 

This Showtime series gave a fresh take on history as seen through the eyes of the women in The White House as well as their impact on politics, with Viola Davis as Michelle ObamaMichelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford, and Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt. However, The First Lady actresses received some negative reactions to their portrayals of the women, and the show was canceled after its first 10-episode run. Pfeiffer later said it's a weighty responsibility to play a real life character, and she's "never doing it again."

35 of 104 Grace Rivera/SHOWTIME

Flatbush Misdemeanors (Showtime)

How to watch: Showtime 

Although Flatbush Misdemeanors was deadass canceled this summer after only two seasons, the characters created by urban millennial comedians Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman were funny but relevant depictions of working-class Brooklyn residents, making the show easy going and fun to watch.

36 of 104 HGTV

Flip or Flop (HGTV)

Where to watch: Discovery+

One of HGTV's top-rated (and tabloid-fueling) shows, Flip or Flop finally called it quits in March after 10 seasons on the air.

37 of 104 HBO

Gentleman Jack (HBO)

HBO gave Gentleman Jack the ax on June 13. The series was based on real diaries of the ambitious Ann Lister, part of them written in code, detailing her goals to set up a life with Ann Walker as wife and wife despite living in 1834 Yorkshire.

38 of 104 HBO Max

Gomorrah (HBO Max)

Where to watch: HBO Max

This Italian crime drama was a massive hit overseas before it came to the U.S. Gomorrah was canceled shortly before Season 5 debuted in January.

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Good Sam (CBS)

How to watch: Paramount+

CBS has called it quits on the Sophia Bush and Jason Isaacs series after just one season. The medical drama followed Sam (Bush), a woman who becomes the top surgeon after her boss and father (Isaacs) falls into a coma. When he woke up from the coma, she became his boss, and things got complicated...apparently too complicated for CBS viewers.

40 of 104 Laura Solanki/HBO Max

The Gordita Chronicles (HBO Max)

How to watch: HBO Max

HBO Max canceled this series about Cucu Castelli (Olivia Goncalves), who narrates her youth in the 1980s as a young immigrant to America, after just one season, stating that "Live-action kids and family programming will not be part of our programming focus in the immediate future, and as a result, we've had to make the very difficult decision to end Gordita Chronicles at HBO Max."

41 of 104 Saeed Adyani/Netflix

Grace and Frankie (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

It's curtains for Grace and Frankie after the show's seventh and final season, but the comedy went out as Netflix's longest-running scripted 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.

42 of 104 Teddy Cavendish/Netflix

Half Bad: The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Netflix didn't renew this British supernatural teen series based on the YA novel Half Bad. Creator Joe Barton tweeted "Very proud of it and really liked the people I got to make it with. Sorry not to be able to finish the story."

43 of 104 HBO

His Dark Materials (HBO)

How to watch: HBO Max

The HBO fantasy series based on Philip Pullman's beloved novels will conclude after its third season in 2022. The series is considered to be a do-over after another adaptation of Pullman's work — The Golden Compass — bombed at the box office, but His Dark Materials also failed to reel in audiences. 

44 of 104 CBS

How We Roll (CBS)

How to watch: Paramount+

Pete Holmes starred as auto plant-worker turned professional bowler Tom Smallwood, based on the life of the real Tom Smallwood, in this CBS comedy. Unfortunately, it struck out in the wrong way with viewers, and was canceled after one season.

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In the Dark (CW)

How to watch: The CW

In the Dark stars Perry Mattfield as a blind, irreverent 20-something who stumbles upon her murdered best friend and has to figure out what happened to him. The Ben Stiller-produced drama will end with its fourth season, which premieres in June 2022. 

46 of 104 Netflix

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Six teens on a camping adventure must band together when mulltiple dinosaurs escape their habitats. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous ran for five seasons and concluded with a standalone interactive special titled Hidden Adventure released on November 15, 2022. 

47 of 104 NBC

Kenan (NBC)

How to watch: Hulu

Kenan Thompson somehow pulled double duty, starring on both SNL and his own sitcom at the same time. He played a single dad and local news anchor trying to balance his kids and his career for two seasons, until NBC pulled the plug. 

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Kevin Can F**K Himself (AMC)

How to watch: AMC+

This inventive dark comedy followed a put-upon sitcom wife (Annie Murphy) outside her life on the TV show, bouncing back and forth between multi-camera and single-camera formats as she dreamed of a better life (and killing her husband). The format proved to be too much for critics, who didn't think the show pulled off the concept well. A second and final season will air in 2022.

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Killing Eve (BBC America)

How to watch: Hulu

RIP, Killing Eve. The BBC America thriller created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge is ending after its fourth season. Stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer both earned accolades for their performance in the cat-and-mouse drama, with Oh winning a Golden Globe and Comer winning an Emmy. The eight-episode final season premiered Feb. 27, though there has been talk about at least one potential spin-off series.

50 of 104 Adrienn Szabo/Netflix

The Last Kingdom (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Netflix dropped the ax on this vikings show based on Bernard Cornwell's best-selling book series The Saxon Stories. The Last Kingdom ended in March after five seasons.

51 of 104 CW

Legacies (CW)

How to watch: The CW

It's the end of an era at the CW. Legacies, the spinoff of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, has been canceled after four seasons, closing the doors of the Salvatore School and ending the TVD universe's 13 year run on the network. 

52 of 104 John Johnson/HBO Max

Legendary (HBO Max)

How to watch: HBO Max 

HBO Max canceled drag ball competition series Legendary after three seasons. With elaborate sets, costumes, and high profile regular judges like Jameela Jamil, Megan Thee Stallion, and Keke Palmer (not to mention dozens of guest judges), it was an expensive show for the streaming service, which is in a cost-cutting era.

53 of 104 Adam Rose/The CW

Legends of the Hidden Temple (The CW)

How to watch: The CW

The CW's Legends of the Hidden Temple was a grown-up take on the adorably cheesy late-'90s game show that saw kids answering trivia questions and competing in physical challenges to win cool prizes like boomboxes and trips to NASA's Space Camp. The reboot, however, attempted to appeal to nostalgic adults instead of adventurous kids; this time, full-grown adults compete for much bigger cash prizes on an outdoor "jungle" set. The show didn't make it to a second season.

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Locke & Key (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

The YA Netflix drama, about a family of kids who discover literal keys to unlock magical powers when they move into an enchanted house, will end with an upcoming Season 3, which will allow the show to wrap up those evil loose ends.

55 of 104 Pablo Arellano Spataro/HBO

Los Espookys (HBO)

How to watch: HBO Max

Los Espookys found a fan base in the LGBTQ audience thanks to its openly gay co-creator and actor Julio Torres. But the horror comedy was one of the more recent casualties on HBO Max, with the streamer canceling it after 2 Seasons.

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Love Life (HBO Max)

How to watch: HBO Max

Love Life is an original anthology series that focuses on navigating romantic relationships, but HBO Max decided not to move forward with a third season, despite Season 2 having higher audience ratings than the first.

57 of 104 Hulu

Love, Victor (Hulu)

How to watch: Hulu

Hulu's spin-off of the YA film Love, Simon will end in June of 2022 after three seasons. The first season of Love, Victor introduced the audience to Victor (Michael Cimino), a young Latinx teen who transfers to Simon's high school and begins questioning his own sexuality. He reaches out to Simon (Nick Robinson), who helps him through his turbulent journey to coming out. In the second season, Victor is out of the closet but has to deal with the fallout of who he kept his secret from and why. Here's to hoping the third season brings Victor some peace and long-lasting self-actualization.

58 of 104 Hulu

Madagascar: A Little Wild Peacock/Hulu

How to watch: Peacock and Hulu

Madagascar: A Little Wild is a prequel series to the DreamWorks Animation Madagascar movies, and features Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo, and Melman the Giraffe as babies living in a Central Park zoo. The series premiered on both Peacock and Hulu in Sept. 2020 and ran eight seasons, concluding in June 2022.

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Made for Love (HBO Max)

Cristin Millioti was delivering a great performance as the wife who's husband maliciously implanted a tracking chip in her head, but it seems the storyline wasn't pulling in as many viewers as it needed for a third season. The last episode was released on May 19, 2022.

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Maggie (Hulu)

How to watch: Hulu

Originally meant for ABC, Maggie debuted on Hulu in July 2022. The series centers on the title character (Rebecca Rittenhouse), a psychic who can see the future and inadvertently sees the man she just met as her future husband in the first episode. I wonder if she saw the series never making it past the first season?

61 of 104 NBC

Manifest (Netflix)

How to watch: PeacockHuluNetflix

NBC's decision in June 2021 to cancel Manifest after three seasons was met with an outcry from fans who were afraid they would never find out how Flight 828 went down, or what really happened to everyone on that doomed airplane. But after Manifest spent weeks leading Netflix's Top 10 Rankings, Netflix announced on Aug. 28 it would pick up the show for a 20-episode fourth and final season. The season will be released as a Netflix exclusive in multiple parts (meaning there's a chance fans might not get the final episodes until after 2022). Hopefully, the Flight 828 passengers get a happy ending, too.

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El Marginal (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Netflix's Argentine crime drama, El Marginal came to a natural end after five seasons of keeping viewers riveted as an ex-cop goes undercover in a dangerous prison.

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The Midnight Club (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

The Midnight Club, as you might guess, is about a secret club that meets in the middle of the night. The group is made up of terminally ill teens who make a pact that whoever dies first will try to contact the others from the afterlife. Creator Mike Flanagan shared his disappointment about Netflix's decision to cancel his thriller, saying the "biggest disappointment is that we left so many story threads open, holding them back for the hypothetical second season, which is always a gamble."

64 of 104 Katrina Marcinowski / HBO Max

Minx (HBO Max)

How to watch: HBO Max

The story behind this cancellation is a sad one. Minx was reportedly wrapping production on Season 2 when Warner Bros. Discovery reversed its renewal decision amidst its budget cut escapades. Season 1 will be pulled from the streaming service as Lionsgate, the studio that makes the show, searches for a new home for the 1970s-set comedy.

"We have enjoyed a good partnership with HBO Max and are working closely to find a new opportunity for Minx, so current, and new viewers, can continue this journey with us," Lionsgate said in a statement.

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Monarch (Fox)

How to watch: Hulu

Although it tried really hard, Monarch was no Nashville. Fox's country music family drama starring Trace Adkins and Susan Sarandon was canceled in its freshman season with the series finale airing on Dec. 6.

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Motherland: Fort Salem (Freeform)

How to watch: Hulu

Motherland: Fort Salem is set in an alternate-history American where witches make up the bulk of the U.S. military, using combat magic to fight terrorist threats. The series was renewed for a third and final season, expected to air in 2022.

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Mr. Mayor (NBC)

How to watch: Hulu

Ted Danson starred as a retired businessman who ran for mayor of Los Angeles and somehow won. Unfortunately, navigating the politics of LA and starring in a TV show about them are equally tough, and the show has been canceled after two seasons. 

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Naomi (CW)

How to watch: The CW

Kaci Walfall starred in Ava Duvernay's adaptation of the comic book of the same name, which followed a comic-book loving teen who runs a Superman fan site discovering that she has super powers. The show was lauded for centering on a teen Black girl who's also a superhero, but just couldn't bring in the viewership it needed to stay alive. It was canceled after one season.

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Night Sky (Amazon)

How to watch: Prime Video

Amazon had high hopes for its sci-fi series Night Sky, and even set up a marketing campaign that involved beaming the first episode into outer space to achieve "the farthest distance that a TV series has been intentionally distributed." But the first season premiered on May 20 and Amazon Studios canceled the series just six weeks later.

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Ordinary Joe (Fox)

How to watch: Hulu

The masses who want to see James Wolk regularly on their televisions suffered a huge disappointment when his Fox drama Ordinary Joe was canceled after just one season. Wolk starred as three different versions of the titular Joe, exploring the life-altering consequences of three choices he could have made on the day of his college graduation. The final episode aired in January 2022. 

71 of 104 Fox

Our Kind of People (Fox)

How to watch: Hulu

Based on the book by Lawrence Otis Graham, the Fox drama took place in Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts and followed a single mother (Yaya DaCosta) who uncovered a dark secret about her mother while trying to reclaim her family's name. The show was canceled after one season.

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The Owl House (Disney Channel)

How to watch: Disney+

The Owl House was unexpectedly canceled in August 2021 after its second season, but the fan-favorite, queer-friendly family show will get a series of specials in 2022 to help wrap up Luz's adventures and confirm whether the curious teenager will see her dream of being a real witch come true.

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Ozark (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Jason Bateman starred in Ozark as a financial adviser who moves his family to the Missouri Ozarks, where he launders massive amounts of money to appease a drug cartel. Bateman won an Emmy for directing, and co-star Julia Garner won two Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmys. The fourth and final season came to an end on April 29. To fill the Byrde family hole in your heart, check out these recommendations for shows like Ozark.

74 of 104 Netflix

Pacific Rim: The Black (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

This Japanese-American adult animated series continues the story of the original film and Pacific Rim Uprising. Australia has been overrun by Kaiju, and teenage siblings Taylor and Hayley Travis pilot an abandoned Jaeger to find their parents who disappeared in battle.

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Paper Girls (Amazon)

How to watch: Prime Video

Paper Girls has been called Prime Video's answer to Stranger Things, as a nostalgic coming of age sci-fi series complete with adolescents on bikes, walkie talkies, and ominous, billowing clouds overhead predicting the end of the world. However, the time travel element sets this show apart as the girls come face to face with their adult selves (Ali Wong, Adina Porter). It had a good thing going, until it didn't, and Amazon didn't renew it for a second season due to low viewership.

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Peaky Blinders (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Historical crime drama Peaky Blinders ended after its sixth season, but the story isn't over yet. The BBC/Netflix series, which stars Cillian Murphy as a notorious crime boss intent on rising to power in post-World War I Birmingham, had originally been slated 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 or a movie, or live on in some other medium.

77 of 104 Fox

Pivoting (Fox)

How to watch: Hulu

Pivoting followed three best friends who decided to change their entire lives after the death of their fourth friend, and despite its stellar cast including Eliza Coupe, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Maggie Q, it didn't hit hard enough for Fox. It was canceled after one season.

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Promised Land (ABC/Hulu)

How to watch: Prime Video

The drama within a Sonoma vineyard-owning, blended Latinx family wasn't enough to hook viewers as ABC pulled Promised Land from its lineup after just five episodes. The series premiered in January 2022 and was the least watched and lowest-rated scripted series that season. The show moved to Hulu to finish out the season, but it didn't get renewed after that.

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Queen Sugar (OWN)

How to watch: Hulu

Ava DuVernay's acclaimed adaptation of Natalie Baszile's novel comes to a close after its seventh season in 2022. The series starred an Emmy-worthy ensemble as a fractured Lousiana family, and wove issues like addiction, abuse, and racial politics into the sprawling, generational family drama.

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Queens (ABC)

How to Watch: Hulu

ABC canceled the musical drama series Queens in the spring. The series followed four women (played by EveBrandy NorwoodNaturi Naughton, and Nadine Velazquez) as they reunite in their 40s, aiming to relive their glory days as trailblazing hip-hop quartet "Nasty Bitches" in the 1990s.

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Queer as Folk (Peacock)

Where to watch: Peacock

Peacock closed the curtains on its Queer as Folk reboot created by Russell T. Davies and Stephen Dunn; the reimagining of Davies' landmark British series won't get a second season. Dunn shared the news on Instagram, writing, "It's a rare gift in these times, and in this country, to be able to make a show as fearless and unapologetic as Queer As Folk...We're so grateful for the chance to honor our community and are so proud of this show."

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Raised by Wolves (HBO Max)

Where to watch: HBO Max

The sci-fi TV show was originally ordered for cable on TNT, but HBO Max picked it up for two artistically successful seasons. But the show about Mother and Father androids atheistically raising human children on a mysterious planet won't be renewed for a third. 

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Raising Dion (Netflix)

Where to watch: Netflix

Netflix canceled its popular, family-friendly superhero series Raising Dion in April after two seasons. The show followed a widow and her young son, who was beginning to manifest some mysterious abilities.

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Resident Evil

How to watch: Netflix

After its first season aired in July on Netflix, the series that is loosely based on the video game of the same name was canceled. Resident Evil is set in 2036 and follows Ella Balinska's Jade Wesker as she fights for survival.

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Roswell, New Mexico (CW)

How to watch: The CW

The CW's reboot of the popular alien drama centered around Liz Ortecho (Jeanine Mason), a scientist and the daughter of undocumented immigrants. She reunites with a high school crush, Max (Nathan Dean Parsons), who turns out to be an alien, and many extraordinary secrets are uncovered. The series ended with its fourth season, which premiered in June 2022. 

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Rutherford Falls (Peacock)

How to watch: Peacock

Rutherford Falls arrived on Peacock in 2021 and delivered a charming, witty, single-camera sitcom about two friends (Ed Helms and Jana Schmieding) who go into politics against each other over a controversial statue being removed in their town. The series was praised for its positive representation of Indigenous people both in the cast and behind the scenes. However, the show didn't make it beyond two seasons.

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Saved by the Bell (Peacock)

How to watch: Peacock

Some beloved sitcom properties of yesteryear shouldn't be touched, but showrunner Tracey Wigfield made something relevant, fun, and nostalgic with her Saved by the Bell revival on Peacock. Anchored by an all-star comedic performance from Josie Totah, the series felt fresh for a teen audience of today without alienating fans of the original series who could appreciate the new take's self-awareness and meta-jokes. Peacock canceled the series after two seasons.

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Search Party (HBO Max)

How to watch: HBO Max

HBO Max's delightfully funny look at the murder and the millennial mindset was a beneficiary of the streaming wars, moving from TBS to HBO Max between Season 2 and Season 3 after a two-and-a-half-year hiatus. Season 5, the show's final season, premiered in early 2022.

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Space Force (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix 

Space Force had all of the ingredients to make a great comedy: an all-star cast including Steve Carell and John Malkovich, the creative genius mind of The Office (U.S.) creator Greg Daniels, and a Netflix budget. However, the two-season farce inspired by Donald Trump's idea for a military branch stationed in space wasn't able to pull in the viewers or the laughs. 

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The Split (BBC)

How to watch: Hulu

The Split gets points for being a British show, and even more points for being a legal drama, two things viewers seem to love. The Defoe family all work in divorce law for the family firm, except for the oldest sister Hannah who's with a rival firm. But more drama ensues when the two companies merge in Season 2! The series ended after three seasons, with creator Abi Morgan saying "It was always the plan and in fact I don't think I'm saying anything out of turn here, the BBC would have loved us to have gone on really. But I always conceived it as three."

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Summertime (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

This Italian drama delivered everything we wanted a bingeable, beachy series to include - plenty of sun, bikinis, music, and heat (in more ways than one), all set in a small tow on the beautiful Adriatic coast. But after three seasons, the story has come to an end.

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This Is Us (NBC)

How to watch: Hulu

This Is Us revived the art of the family drama on NBC and made fans cry every week for half a decade. The Dan Fogelman drama ended in May 2022 with Season 6, officially bringing the time-bending story of the Pearson family to a close. 

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The Time Traveler's Wife (HBO)

How to watch: HBO Max

The Time Traveler's Wife is the second screen adaptation of Audrey Niffenegger's 2003 novel of the same name, following the 2009 film starring Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana. In the TV series, Theo James and Rose Leslie have good chemistry as the protagonist couple, but the show has also been called out on its problematic grooming elements that come with adult Henry (James) traveling back in time and befriending his wife as a child. HBO canceled the show after its first six-episode season, most likely due to low ratings.

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Tom Swift (The CW)

How to watch: HBO Max

The CW took some giant liberties in adapting the early 20th century-created Tom Swift character for TV, including making him a black, queer billionaire. The show is a spin-off of the network's Nancy Drew series, in which Tom Swift (Tian Richards) made an appearance in Season 2. However, the ratings were so low on this show, it was an easy decision to kill it halfway through Season 1, especially during The CW's TV series canceling bender this year.

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Trolls: TrollsTopia (Hulu/Peacock)

How to watch: Hulu, Peacock

The big-haired, bejeweled belly button dolls from the nineties making such a strong comeback was not on our bingo card for the 2020s. But the computer animated film Trolls has spawned a whole franchise, including the kids' animated streaming series Trolls: TrollsTopia. Poppy and her friends were on the small screen for a good 7 seasons before coming to an end in August, 2022.

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United States of Al (CBS)

How to watch: Paramount+

United States of Al told the story of the friendship between Riley (Parker Young), a Marine combat veteran, and Al (Adhir Kalyan), his unit's interpreter, as they adjusted to life in the U.S. Not even the show's powerful and measured response to recent events in Afghanistan could save it, and CBS canceled it after two seasons. 

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The Walking Dead (AMC)

How to watch: Netflix

AMC's long-running zombie drama is staying dead after 11 seasons and many, many character deaths. The adaptation of Robert Kirkman's comics was the biggest thing on TV during its prime and spawned several spin-offs. The universe will live on with two more spin-offs and a series of movies yet to come.

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Warrior Nun (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Netflix's sci-fi series about a young woman with God-given superpowers enlisted into an order of ass-kicking nuns to fight demons garnered a devoted fanbase, but the viewership vs. cost ratio wasn't good enough for Netflix to renew it again.

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The Wendy Williams Show (Syndicated)

How to watch: Check your local listings

No one would expect The Wendy Williams Show to go out without a little bit of controversy. Williams hasn't appeared on the show for all of Season 13, the show's final run according to producers, due to health issues. Even though Sherri Shephard is set to take over in the fall, Williams has recently been making public appearances and saying she's ready to get back in the hosting chair. 

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Westworld (HBO)

How to watch: HBO Max

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy's ambitious sci-fi epic about artificial intelligence was canceled in November after four seasons despite having plans for a fifth and final season. The series was on the expensive side and was inconsistent over its four seasons, but critics and fans thought Season 4 was an improvement over the previous season. In December, HBO made the stunning decision to remove Westworld from HBO Max, leaving its streaming future in doubt.

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Who Killed Sara? (Netflix)

How to watch: Netflix

Netflix kept its viewers riveted with its Mexican mystery/drama series centered around one crucial question, "Who Killed Sara?" When the murderer was revealed in Season 3, the show came to a natural end and Netflix didn't see the need to renew it for additional seasons beyond May 2022.

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The Wilds (Amazon)

How to watch: Prime Video

This Lord of the Flies-esque series featuring teenage girls stranded on an island has a major twist: they're part of an elaborate experiment. Season 2 introduced a second group of teen boys that shifted the whole dynamic, but low ratings led to the show's demise and The Wilds was canceled in July 2022.

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Woke (Hulu)

How to Watch: Hulu

Lamorne Morris stars as Keef Knight, a black artist who tries to stay away from controversy. But after suddenly gaining the ability to see and hear inanimate objects, he realizes he needs to start taking more of a stand. The show features a fresh combination of live action and animated elements mixed with timely subject matter, but Hulu ultimately canceled the series in June 2022 after two seasons.

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Wu-Tang: An American Saga (Hulu)

How to watch: Hulu

The third and final season of Wu Tang: An American Saga will see the group make the transition from street rappers to mainstream superstars, and showcase all of the pitfalls that come with that level of success.