Join or Sign In

Sign in to customize your TV listings

Continue with Facebook Continue with email

By joining TV Guide, you agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge the data practices in our Privacy Policy.

Scorpion Squashed at CBS

Superior Donuts is also a goner

Lindsay MacDonald

Scorpionhas hacked its way out of dozens of risky positions, but even this team of geniuses couldn't save themselves from getting the axe at CBS. TV Guide has confirmed that after four seasons, Scorpion has officially been canceled.

Scorpion followed the story of a team of individuals who specialized in hacking, coding, psychology and engineering, who joined forces with the government to help diffuse high-tech threats. It premiered to relatively strong numbers and maintained high enough ratings in its first few seasons to keep it off the bubble, but it hit four series lows in its fifth season, which puts its future at stake.

Also getting scuttled was the Jermaine Fowler comedy Superior Donuts. The sitcom was based on the play and tackled social issues from the setting of a donut shop. It lasted two seasons at CBS.

Check Out Everything to Know about CBS's Fall TV Lineup

They join Living Biblically, andWisdom of the Crowd on the list of CBS cancellations this year, and it's likely to be joined by Me, Myself & Iand 9JKL, which were both bumped earlier in the year after experiencing their own ratings issues.

CBS will announce its full 2018-19 TV schedule next week.

(Full disclosure: TV Guide is owned by CBS.)

Elyes Gabel, Scorpion

Elyes Gabel, Scorpion

Bill Inoshita, CBS