Every TV Show Canceled in 2017
In 2017, we have seen some new shows become big successes. Netflix got a new success on its hands with the comedy, Glow. Freeform ordered two more seasons of The Bold Type and more. Hulu also premiered The Handmaid’s Tale in May 2017, which became a huge winner at the Emmys. But because there are so many options for good television shows that means many get axed — and fairly quickly.
Some shows have been pulled from the lineup or moved in the middle of its premiere seasons. Other long-running fan favorites have announced that they are ending very soon. There is so much television to keep track of, you may not even know the status of your favorite shows. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of this year’s cancellations.
Here is every TV show that got canceled in 2017. Click through to get the full list.
American Crime: The fictional crime show was canceled after three seasons.
The Catch: This Shonda Rhimes thriller has been canceled after two seasons.
Conviction: The political drama was canceled shortly after its debut
Doctor Ken: Ken Jeong’s comedy is canceled after two seasons.
Downward Dog: The comedy was canceled six episodes into its first season.
Time After Time: It has been announced that the show will never get a sophomore season.
Ten Days in the Valley: The mystery was moved to Saturday and is expected to be canceled.
2 Broke Girls: The comedy was canceled after six seasons.
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders: Another spinoff bites the dust. This one lasted two seasons.
Doubt: Another Katherine Heigl show makes an announcement it will end in the middle of its first season.
Training Day: The network won’t be ordering more episodes of the show that had one season.
Zoo: The drama was canceled after three seasons.
AFB: The freshman show won’t be getting another season.
Pitch: The network canceled the drama after its premiere season.
Scream Queens: The Ryan Murphy show is done after two seasons.
Sleepy Hollow: The fantasy drama was axed after four seasons.
Son of Zorn: The unique show was canceled after one season.
The Blacklist: Redemption: The spinoff starring Ryan Eggold won’t get a Season 2.
The Carmichael Show: The sitcom is canceled after three seasons.
Chicago Justice: The new legal show was canceled after one season.
Powerless: The workplace comedy had its last three episodes pulled in its debut season.
Frequency: The mystery was canceled in the middle of its first season.
No Tomorrow: The romantic comedy couldn’t survive after its first season.
Veep: The big hit is ending on a high note by ending after its upcoming seventh season.
The Last Tycoon: The F. Scott Fitzgerald was canceled weeks after its debut.
Z: The Beginning of Everything: The show about Zelda Fitzgerald was canceled after one season.
Bloodline: It has been announced that Season 3 of the show is its last.
Sense8: The show was canceled but given a 2-hour finale to wrap up the story.
House of Cards: The series’ future is in jeopardy after the allegations against Kevin Spacey.
Class: The Doctor Who spinoff wasn’t able to take off after one season.
The Knick: The medical drama is canceled after two seasons.
Quarry: The drama will not be returning for a second season.
Man Seeking Woman: The comedy is canceled after three seasons.
Blunt Talk: Patrick Stewart won’t return as Walter Blunt since it has been canceled after two seasons.
Survivor’s Remorse: The basketball comedy ends after its fourth season.
Comedy Bang! Bang!: The Scott Aukerman talk show is done after five seasons.
Will: The Shakespeare drama was canceled after one season.
Blood Drive: The near-apocalyptic show is canceled after one season.
Dark Matter: The graphic novel adaptation is canceled after three seasons.
The Mist: The Stephen King adaptation was canceled after one season.
Sweet/Vicious: The dark comedy was canceled after just one season.
Outsiders: The drama is canceled after two seasons.
Underground: The period drama was canceled after two seasons.
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