Hilarity and bittersweet love have never co-existed as smartly as in the Judd Apatow-produced dramedy "Love", which will be ending its Netflix run after an upcoming third season. Chronicling the unlikely romance between nerdy Gus (Paul Rust) and damaged Mickey (Gillian Jacobs), the show will end its run with a swan song season that Apatow promises will be its best. "I am really excited about the third season of 'Love'," he said. "I think it is our sweetest, funniest season and ends our story in a beautiful way." Look for the third and final season of "Love" to premiere on Mar. 9, 2018.
'Haters Back Off' Turned Off
Netflix is putting an end to YouTuber Miranda Sing's original comedy series. "Haters Back Off" will conclude after two seasons on the streaming platform and it is the latest victim of Netflix's increased efforts to cancel shows.
'Wisdom of the Crowd' Gets The Axe
"Wisdom of the Crowd" won't be returning after the airing of its initial 13 episodes, with CBS choosing to pull the plug on the procedural crime drama about a tech billionaire (Jeremy Piven, "Entourage") who helps police solve tough-to-solve cases via a crime-solving social media app he created.
CMT Cancels Billy Ray Cyrus' 'Still The King'
After two seasons, Billy Ray Cyrus' "Still The King" is no more. CMT has opted not to pick up a third season of the scripted comedy show after shifting their programming strategy, focusing instead on unscripted shows.
'Nashville' To Conclude After Season 6
The upcoming season 6 premiere of "Nashville" will be the CMT show's last.
Fans of the Hayden Panettiere-starring show will remember ABC cancelled the country music-based series after season 4 but watchers fought for its return. CMT then picked up the show for seasons 5 and 6.
"All of us on 'Nashville' are so incredibly grateful to the show's fans, who convinced CMT to give a chance to keep telling the story of these remarkable characters," producer Marshall Herskovitz said in a statement. "We want to return the favour with a final season that celebrates all the joys and passions, twists and turns – and amazing music! – that made 'Nashville' such an exciting journey for the last six years."
'Difficult People' Done
"Difficult People" will be ending its run after three seasons, with Hulu deciding not to renew the show for another season. Exec produced by Amy Poehler, "Difficult People" featured the comedic misadventures of two dysfunctional friends (Julie Klauser, who also wrote and created the series, and "Billy on the Street" star Billy Eichner).
'House of Cards' Ending Its Run Amidst Scandal
The day after actor Anthony Rapp alleged that Kevin Spacey made aggressive sexual advances on him when he was just 14, Netflix announced the upcoming sixth season of "House of Cards" will be its last, concluding the devious political adventures of ambitious Frank Underwood (Spacey) and wife Claire (Robin Wright).
'Zoo' Shuts Down
After three seasons, CBS has decided to cancel "Zoo," the sci-fi animals-gone-wild series based on the bestseller by James Paterson. Starring James Wolk, "Zoo" featured a team of investigators trying to determine what's triggered animals throughout the world to suddenly mount violent attacks on humans.
Fashion Police" Gets Taken Away
Lock up "Fashion Police" and throw away the key! E! has announced the show's cancellation following a two decade-plus run on television. The long-running program will conclude with a series finale special on Nov. 27.
"Fashion Police" was co-created by legendary comedian Joan Rivers in 1995 and has consistently offered unique commentary on major style trends at award shows and fashion shows. With the blessing of River's daughter, the show continued airing after the comedian's death in 2014 -- but comes to a halt three years later.
'The Night Shift'
After four seasons, NBC has decided to end "The Night Shift", focusing on a group of army-vet doctors working in the emergency room of a hospital in San Antonio, Texas. “For four seasons The Night Shift gave audiences a window to heroic doctors, nurses and all-star medical workers who never hesitated to give their blood, sweat and time to help those most in need,” said Jennifer Salke, President of NBC Entertainment, in a statement.
'Major Crimes' Will Be Majorly Missed
TNT is putting an end to "Major Crimes" following its upcoming sixth season. The popular drama has been a big hit for the network, consistently ranking as one of cable’s most-watched drama series since debuting in 2012.
“'Major Crimes' has successfully navigated the many challenges that arise with a spin-off [of 'The Closer']; the primary mission of which is staying true to its core DNA while expanding into unique territory all its own,” said Sarah Aubrey, executive vice president of original programming for TNT, in a statement to Deadline.
Continuing, “From Brenda Leigh Johnson to Commander Sharon Raydor, the cast and crew have done a phenomenal job of creating enduring characters – many of whom are celebrating 200 episodes together this season.”
Last Peek At 'Mariah's World'
No more chances to get a glimpse into the life of Mariah as E! will not be producing a second season of Mariah Carey's reality series "Mariah's World".
'Stitchers' Need Stitches
Sci-Fi series "Stitchers" has been cancelled by Freeform after three seasons. The series starred Emma Ishta as Kirsten Clark.
The End Of 'Z: The Beginning Of Everything'
Amazon has scrapped "Z: The Beginning of Everything" after renewing the show for a second season. The series starring Christina Ricci was cancelled while still in the writing process.
'Veep' Sets End Date
The upcoming seventh season of "Veep" will be its last, with star Julia Louis-Dreyfus confirming the political misadventures of Selina Meyer will soon come to an end. "It became clear that this season should be the last season," the former "Seinfeld" star tells The Hollywood Reporter. "We don't want to repeat ourselves or wear out our welcome. The story has a finality to it that feels end-of-series."
'Dark Matter' Ditched
The "Dark Matter" season finale that recently aired will now be the series finale, with the Syfy channel announcing the cancellation of the series after three seasons. The futuristic sci-fi show followed the ongoing adventures of a group of people who wake up on a derelict starship with no memory of who they are and how they came to be there.
'Gypsy' Gets Nixed
Naomi Watts' Netflix drama "Gypsy" meets its demise after one season. The series, focusing on a psychotherapist (Watts) who secretly infiltrates the private lives of her patients, was dropped by Netflix after premiering to poor reviews.
The upcoming ninth season of "The Middle" will be its last, with ABC announcing the Patricia Heaton-starring sitcom will be ending its run. “We sat down with the cast at the end of last year,” executive producer Eileen Heisler told Entertainment Weekly of being able to end the show on its own terms. “It was important to have a year to say goodbye. We want to be able to tell all the stories.”
'The Originals' Cancelled
Fantasy-drama "The Originals" will end after its fifth season. Showrunner Julie Plec took to Twitter to announce that the show would be getting the boot.
The news comes one year after Plec announced the end of the hit television series "The Vampire Diaries", which she co-created.
Chris Hardwick's '@Midnight' Cancelled
Actor Chris Hardwick's "@Midnight" show has been cancelled after 600 episodes.
In a statement to Deadline Hardwick said, "I could not be more proud of this show, staff and crew and at the end of the day, I think we accomplished everything we wanted to accomplish. Spiritually it just feels like it ran its course."
The series finale will air on Friday, August 4, on Comedy Central.
Netflix has decided there won't be a second season of "Girlboss", pulling the plug on the Britt Robertson-starring comedy based on Sophia Amoruso’s bestselling autobiography.
The Clock Runs Out For '24: Legacy'
When Fox revealed plans to reboot "24" without Kiefer Sutherland, the question on everyone's minds was: Will anybody watch? The answer has apparently been revealed, with Fox deciding not to go ahead with a second season. Producers, however, are adamant that the franchise could return at some point, albeit likely without Corey Hawkins, who starred in "24: Legacy".
'Sense8' Cancelled After Two Seasons
After two seasons, Netflix has cancelled "Sense8". "After 23 episodes, 16 cities, and 13 countries, the story of the 'Sense8' cluster has come to an end," the company said in a statement regarding the cancellation. The show was created by "The Matrix" team, Lana Wachowski and Lilly Wachowski, and told the story of a group of individuals universally connected.
‘Underground’ Cancelled After Two Seasons
After two seasons WGN American has cancelled the drama series "Underground" as the network plans to change its programming course. Executive producer and musician John Legend took to Twitter to rally the show's supporters: “Content wins. We’re not reliant on a particular network to make great content. We’re so proud of our show and the audience that supported!”
'The Get Down' Shot Down
Netflix has decided to pull the plug on "The Get Down", director Baz Luhrmann's ("The Great Gatsby") drama set in the early days of hip hop. While Luhrmann had previously indicated that Netflix was keen on a second season, one of the reasons for the cancellation may have been his reluctance to fully commit himself exclusively to the show. "It kills me that I can’t split myself into two and make myself available to both productions," Luhrmann wrote in a Facebook post. "But the simple truth is, I make movies."
‘Chicago Justice’ Cancelled
“Chicago Justice” has been cancelled by NBC after one season on the air. The drama starred Philip Winchester, Jon Seda, Joelle Carter, Monica Barbaro, and Carl Weathers. The franchise’s other shows -- “Chicago P.D.”, “Chicago Fire”, and “Chicago Med” -- were all renewed this year.
'The Odd Couple' Cancelled
CBS's TV reboot of "The Odd Couple" has been axed after just three seasons at the network.
The sitcom starred Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon as Oscar and Felix. The series was a reboot of the Neil Simon movie and TV show of the same name. It ended its third and final season in January.
‘Scream Queens’ Cancelled
After two seasons, Fox has cancelled “Scream Queens,” Fox Chairman and CEO Gary Newman announced. “Over the course of the two seasons, it feels like it was a complete story. We have no plans to go back there to tell more stories,” Newman said. Ryan Murphy’s series followed the girls of Kappa Tau who are terrorized by a serial killer.
‘Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders’ Cancelled After 2 Seasons
While the original “Criminal Minds” series was renewed for a 13th season, CBS chose not to renew underperforming drama “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders”. The spin-off show followed an international unit of the FBI, which solved crimes involving American citizens in foreign countries. The show marked the return to CBS of “CSI: NY” star Gary Sinise. It started off slow in midseason and was given another shot in season two but its numbers did not improve.
'The Great Indoors' Gets Kicked Out
The freshman comedy starring Joel McHale and Christopher Mintz-Plasse has been cancelled after just one season on CBS.
"The Great Indoors" was gifted a prime spot just after "Big Bang Theory" on Thursdays, but hasn't been a hit with critics.
The Disney-owned Freeform channel has decided not to go ahead with a seventh season of sitcom "Baby Daddy", even though earlier reports indicated the show would be renewed for another season. According to sources, Freeform is instead ready to jump on the potential "black-ish" spinoff featuring Yara Shahidi following news that it wasn't picked up by ABC.
'2 Broke Girls'
After six raunchy seasons, the cupcake-making adventures of waitresses Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) are over, with CBS deciding not to bring the sitcom back for a seventh season. Dennings and Behr issued a joint statement on Instagram about the cancellation, writing: "We've had a wonderful 6 seasons as Max and Caroline and we thank all of you for watching and enjoying it along with us. We are so proud of our time on '2 Broke Girls' and of all the things this experience has given us, the most treasured is our lifelong friendship."
Starring Peter Krause as a notorious con artist and Mireille Enos as the insurance investigator on his trail (the twist — she was his fiancee until discovering his true identity), "The Catch" won't be returning for a third season. "I am sad to say farewell to #TheCatch, but I wanted to take a moment today to thank all of the amazing fans who joined us on the journey," shared exec producer Shonda Rhimes on Twitter.
'The Blacklist: Redemption'
This spinoff of James Spader's "The Blacklist" never gained traction with viewers, and NBC decided not to renew the Famke Janssen-starring espionage series for a second season.
Debuting to surprisingly strong ratings in 2015, the second season of this vehicle centred around "Community"/"The Hangover" star Ken Jeong focused on Jeong's real-life past as a medical doctor. Ratings in the second season were not so good, leading ABC to pull the plug.
Critical acclaim and Emmy nominations weren't able to save this anthology series headlined by Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton and Regina King, and cancellation came knocking after the show's low-rated third season.
'Secrets and Lies'
After two seasons — the second focusing on a new murder investigation led by dogged detective Andrea Cornell (Juliette Lewis) — "Secrets and Lies" will not be returning for a third.
'Last Man Standing' Falls
Tim Allen's "Last Man Standing" has been dropped. The show was scrapped by ABC after a successful six seasons on a historically challenging Friday night timeslot.
'Sleepy Hollow' Goes Beddy-Bye
"Sleepy Hollow" has been given an eviction notice after four seasons on Fox.
“Bringing a show out on Friday night is tough,” Fox chairman Gary Newman said in January, adding, “We love the show, we think the storytelling has always been incredibly inventive, and Ichabod is fantastic.”
After two seasons, Fox has decided there won't be a third for "Rosewood", opting to pull the plug on the Morris Chestnut-starring series about a crime-solving pathologist. "Fox provided a platform for a show that made strides in diversity and the images it projected, as all-inclusive," wrote Chestnut on Instagram after news broke of the show's cancellation. "We were able to peer into the lives of characters who displayed their hopes, dreams, courage and fears. Rosewood also helped reinforce a newer definition of Family, as a group of people who most care for and support one another.
The Rosewood family, itself was an Extremely Special group of people who’ll be friends forever."
Based on the feature film about a modern-day police detective who is somehow able to communicate with her deceased father via an old ham radio, "Frequency" was axed by The CW after airing just one season.
The title of this sitcom proved to be prophetic when The CW cancelled "No Tomorrow", ending the comedy about a woman who falls in love with a guy who lives each day to the fullest — because he believes the world is about to end. The Vancouver-shot series won't be returning for a second season.
‘Emerald City’ Cancelled After One Season
The dark retelling of “The Wizard of Oz”, “Emerald City”, has been cancelled after one season as it struggled to find an audience during its winter run. The story followed Dorothy Gale (Adria Arjona), who is swept up by a tornado and transported to another world.
'Pitch' Strikes Out
Fox's baseball drama "Pitch", produced in partnership with the MLB, has been canned after one season.
"'Pitch' is officially no more. Fox, in their infinite, but not so wise wisdom, has decided to cancel 'Pitch'," wrote co-star Dan Lauria on Facebook.
'Man Seeking Woman'
A critical darling that never really broke through in the ratings, Jay Baruchel's surrealistic FXX comedy "Man Seeking Woman" won't be returning for a fourth season. In the season three finale, Baruchuel's character, Josh headed to the altar, providing fans with a satisfying conclusion.
Fans will say goodbye to "Kingdom" at the end of its third season, with the network announcing the series about MMA fighters with a cast featuring Nick Jonas will be ending its run. “We are looking forward to the upcoming third and final season of 'Kingdom," reads a statement from AT&T Audience Network. "We expect Season 3 to be a great one and appreciate the hard work and dedication from creator and showrunner Byron Balasco, as well as the entire cast and crew. We could not be more proud to have worked with all of them on such an amazing series.”
'Time After Time'
Starring Freddie Stroma as H.G. Wells and Josh Bowman as John Stevenson (a.k.a. Jack the Ripper), who take a time machine from the past to the present, viewers had no time for "Time After Time", which was axed after only five episodes aired.
'The Mindy Project' Meets Its End
The season six premiere of "The Mindy Project" this coming September will be its last. The show's streaming service, Hulu, announced they are pulling the plug on a potential seventh season.
"This series has been part of Hulu since we launched the service and, thanks to Mindy [Kaling's] incredibly unique voice and vision, has remained one of our most popular and beloved series over the past five years,” said Craig Erwich, SVP and Head of Content at Hulu.
'The Knick' Gets Axed
After just two seasons, the period series "The Knick" has been cancelled.
There was a lot of talent behind the show. The medical drama starred Clive Owen and was produced by Steven Soderbergh.
CBS Says Goodbye To 'Doubt'
CBS has cancelled Kathering Heigl and Laverne Cox’s “Doubt” after airing only two episodes, THR reports. It is unclear whether the network is planning on releasing the remaining 11 episodes of the legal drama.
According to insiders, there’s a possibility that “Doubt” may return to the small screen, however, it currently remains unscheduled for now.
"Portlandia", the sketch comedy series from Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, will be ending after the upcoming eighth season, slated to air sometime in 2018. The announcement of the final season came during the Television Critics Association press tour. “I am so proud to have worked with Fred, Carrie and the entire cast and crew-family of Portlandia to make something so funny and so special,” said creator, executive producer, writer and director Jonathan Krisel.
'Girl Meets World'
After four seasons on the Disney Channel, the spinoff of "Boy Meets World" is ending its run, with the show's writers taking to Twitter to share the news of the sitcom's demise. "It is with incredible pride in our work and complete sadness that things end, that I report to this wonderful audience that our show is over," reads the tweet, followed by: "We gave your our best." The final batch of episodes will air in January 2017.
The adventures of "Marco Polo" are coming to an end after Netflix has decided to pull the plug on the historical drama after two seasons. While the first season reportedly attracted sizeable viewership, the second did not; given the show's huge budget, Netflix decided to bring things to an end. “We want to thank and are grateful to our partners on 'Marco Polo' from the actors, whose performances were enthralling and top-notch; to the committed producers, including John Fusco, Dan Minahan, Patrick Macmanus, and their crew, who poured their hearts into the series; and of course Harvey, David and our friends at TWC, who were great collaborators from start to finish,” said Cindy Holland, Netflix VP of Original Content, in a statement.