All these TV shows are ending in 2018


As we get further into 2018, more of your favourite TV shows are ending their runs, and a lot have ended already.

Shows ending this year include FX’s critical darling “The Americans,” which airs its intense series finale Wednesday night after a six-season run. A lot of shows have already ended, including ABC’s “The Middle,” “Scandal,” and “Once Upon a Time.”

You can also expect to see some series wrap up over the summer including “The Fosters” on Freeform, “Nashville” on CMT, and “The Originals” on The CW.

A majority of these shows were popular with critics or audiences throughout their runs, and some, like “The Americans” and Fox’s “New Girl,” considered among the best shows on TV.

But every show has to end at some point. These have run their course, and their networks decided it’s time for them to go.

Is your favourite show coming to an end this year? Has it already ended?

Here are all the shows coming to an end in 2018:

“Portlandia” — ended March 22, after eight seasons on IFC


“Love” — ended March 29, after three seasons on Netflix


“Scandal” — ended April 19, after seven seasons on ABC


“New Girl” — ended May 15, after seven seasons on Fox


“Once Upon a Time” — ended May 18, after seven seasons on ABC


“The Middle” — ended May 22, after nine seasons on ABC


“The Americans” — ends May 30, after six seasons on FX


“The Fosters” — ends June 6, after five seasons on Freeform (formerly known as ABC Family)


“The Originals” — ends June 13, after five seasons on The CW

The CW

“12 Monkeys” — ends this summer, after four seasons on SyFy

Ken Woroner/Syfy

“Nashville” — ends July 26, after six seasons (four on ABC, two on CMT)


“Casual” — ends July 31, after four seasons on Hulu


“Shades of Blue” — ends this summer, after three seasons on NBC

Michael Parmelee/NBC

“Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” — ends TBD, after five seasons on Bravo


“You’re the Worst” ends TBA, after five seasons on FXX


“Being Mary Jane” — ends TBA, after four seasons on BET


“House of Cards” — ends TBA, after six seasons on Netflix


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