Though 2016 has been a strong year for television overall, some shows have been less successful than others. Over the last several months, these comedies and dramas (including both freshman and returning titles) were axed, mostly due to low or declining ratings. Here’s a closer look at all of the canceled shows of the 2016 (so far).
Agent Carter: The Marvel series only lasted two seasons.
Castle: The veteran show was canceled after eight seasons.
Conviction: ABC won’t order any more episodes of the Hayley Atwell starrer.
The Family: The spring series won’t be back for Season 2.
Galavant: The network pulled the plug on the musical comedy.
The Muppets: The series was not picked up for a second season.
Nashville: The country drama was cut from ABC, but has moved to CMT for a fifth season.
Of Kings and Prophets: The historical drama was canceled after only a couple of episodes.
Uncle Buck: The summer comedy was axed after only one season.
Bones: The long-running drama will end after Season 12.
Bordertown: The adult animated comedy was canceled after one season.
Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life: The show was axed after its first and only season.
Grandfathered: The sitcom won’t be getting a sophomore season.
The Grinder: Fox dropped this freshman series from its comedy block.
Houdini & Doyle: The low-rated drama couldn’t make it to Season 2.
Second Chance: The Frankenstein-inspired show was axed after one season.
American Gothic: CBS pulled the plug on this mystery drama after only one season.
Angel From Hell: The comedy was axed after only a few episodes.
BrainDead: The freshman satire won’t be back for a sophomore season.
CSI: Cyber: This CSI spinoff couldn’t get past Season 2.
The Good Wife: Season 7 marked the end for this legal drama.
Limitless: The adaptation was canceled after its freshman season.
Mike and Molly: The Melissa McCarthy comedy won’t be back after Season 6.
Person of Interest: Season 5 was the last for this series.
Rush Hour: CBS axed Rush Hour after one season.
Supergirl: The DC Comics show has moved to The CW.
Aquarius: There will be no Season 3 for the David Duchovny-led crime drama.
Crowded: NBC will not be bringing back this midseason comedy
Game of Silence: The drama was canceled after just seven episodes.
Grimm: The show will not return after Season 6.
Heartbeat: The medical drama was axed after one season.
Telenovela: The freshman comedy will not return for Season 2.
The Mysteries of Laura: NBC pulled the plug on the crime drama after two seasons.
You, Me and the Apocalypse: The quirky comedy won’t be back after Season 1.
Undateable: There will be no Season 4 for the show.
Containment: The outbreak drama will not return for Season 2.
Reign: The royal drama will conclude for good after its fourth season.
The Vampire Diaries: The show’s eighth season will be its last.
Girls: The series will end after the upcoming Season 6.
Vinyl: After initially renewing the show for a sophomore season, HBO has axed the music drama.
Togetherness: HBO opted not to renew the drama for a third season.
Rizzoli & Isles: TNT ended the series after Season 7.
Episodes: The comedy will end after its fifth season on Showtime.
House of Lies: The show’s fifth season was also its last.
Penny Dreadful: Showtime’s horror drama ended its run after three seasons.
Roadies: Cameron Crowe’s series was axed after one season.
Masters of Sex: The period drama will not return for a fifth season.
Impastor: The comedy has been canceled after two seasons.
Devious Maids: Lifetime has opted not to renew the dramedy for Season 5.
Bates Motel: There will be a final fifth season of the series.
Damien: The horror show has been canceled after one season.
Unforgettable: The third cancelation actually stuck for Poppy Montgomery’s police procedural.
Marco Polo: The Netflix’s expensive drama won’t return for Season 3.
Guilt: The network will not bring the thriller drama back for Season 2.
Dead of Summer: The summer entry was axed after only one season.
Recovery Road: The drama will not return for a second season.
Pretty Little Liars: Season 7 (airing in 2017) will be the last for this drama.
Royal Pains: Season 8 was the last run for the medical comedy.
Salem: The supernatural drama will end after Season 3
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