All the TV shows that have been canceled in 2017

NetflixNetflix canceled YouTube star Miranda Sings’ show ‘Haters Back Off’ in December.

As the year ends, so do some of your favourite TV shows.

We said goodbye to a lot of shows in 2017, and with this being the first year Netflix decided to start cancelling shows, it may seem like more shows are falling by the wayside compared to previous years.

The networks, as usual, axed plenty of shows old and new, like the comedy “2 Broke Girls,” which faltered in ratings later into its run. One of CBS’s new show,”Wisdom of the Crowd,” was cancelled after its star, Jeremy Piven, was accused of sexual misconduct in the wake of its premiere in September.

We’ve also included in this roundup the shows that knew their end was coming, like “Orphan Black,” “Girls,” “The Vampire Diaries,” and “Bloodline.” HBO’s “Vice Principals,” for example, was always set to be finished after two seasons.

Here are all the shows that were canceled this year, from broadcast to Netflix:

“Wisdom of the Crowd” — CBS, one season


“Me, Myself & I” — CBS, one season

Neil Jacobs/CBS

“Me Myself, & I” hasn’t been officially canceled, but it might as well be: after six episodes, it was pulled from the schedule.

“The Blacklist: Redemption” — NBC, one season

Virginia Sherwood/NBC

“Chicago Justice” — NBC, one season

Matt Dinerstein/NBC

“Will” — TNT, one season


“The Get Down” — Netflix, one season


“Imaginary Mary” — ABC, one season


“Time After Time” — ABC, one season

ABC/Sarah Shatz

“Doubt” — CBS, one season

JoJo Whilden/CBS

“The Last Tycoon” — Amazon, one season

Tristar Television/Amazon

“Frequency” — The CW, one season

Bettina Strauss/The CW

“Powerless” — NBC, one season

Chris Large/NBC

“The Great Indoors” — CBS, one season

Cliff Lipson/CBS

“Good Girls Revolt” — Amazon, one season

Amazon Studios/Jessica Miglio

“Z: The Beginning of Everything” — Amazon, one season

Amazon Studios

Amazon canceled this show about the life of Zelda Fitzgerald shortly after renewing it for a second season.

“Blood Drive” — Syfy, one season


“Pitch” — Fox, one season

Ray Mickshaw / FOX

“Gypsy” — Netflix, one season


“Making History” — Fox, one season

Qantrell Colbert/FOX

“Incorporated” — Syfy, one season


“APB” — Fox, one season

Chuck Hodes / FOX

“Son of Zorn” — Fox, one season


“Training Day” — CBS, one season

Michael Yarish/CBS

“Girlboss” — Netflix, one season

Karen Ballard/netflix

“Sweet/Vicious” — MTV, one season


“Emerald City” — NBC, one season

Rico Torres/NBC

“No Tomorrow” — The CW, one season

Eddy Chen/The CW

“Downward Dog” — ABC, one season


“24: Legacy” — Fox, one season

Guy D’Alema/FOX

“Eyewitness” — USA, one season

USA Network

“Scream Queens” — Fox, two seasons

Michael Becker / FOX

“Rosewood” — Fox, two seasons

Adam Taylor/FOX

“The Knick” — Cinemax, two seasons

Paul Schiraldi/HBO

“Vice Principals” — HBO, two seasons


“Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” — CBS, two seasons

Trae Patton/CBS

“Sense8” — Netflix, two seasons


“Secrets & Lies” — ABC, two seasons

ABC/Richard Cartwright

“Dr. Ken” — ABC, two seasons


“Haters Back Off” — Netflix, two seasons


“Chelsea” — Netflix, two seasons


“The Real O’Neals” — ABC, two seasons

ABC/Kevin Foley

“The Catch” — ABC, two seasons

“Bloodline” — Netflix, three seasons


“Man Seeking Woman” — FXX, three seasons

Michael Gibson/FXX

“Playing House” — USA, three seasons


“The Carmichael Show” — NBC, three seasons

Chris Haston/NBC

“The Odd Couple” — CBS, three seasons


“Zoo” — CBS, three seasons

Hilary Bronwyn Gayle/CBS

“The Leftovers” — HBO, three seasons


“Odd Mum Out” — Bravo, three seasons

Nicole Rivelli/Bravo

“Girl Meets World” — Disney Channel, three seasons

Disney Channel

“Red Oaks” — Amazon, three seasons


“American Crime” — ABC, three seasons


“Difficult People” — Hulu, three seasons


“Reign” — The CW, four seasons

Ben Mark Holzberg/The CW

“Sleepy Hollow” — Fox, four seasons

Tina Rowden/FOX

“Black Sails” — Starz, four seasons

Sony Pictures Television / Starz

“@midnight” — Comedy Central, four seasons

Comedy Central

“Being Mary Jane” — BET, four seasons


A two-hour movie will end the series, set to air in 2018.

“12 Monkeys” — SyFy, four seasons


The fourth and final season will air in 2018.

“Masters of Sex” — Showtime, four seasons

‘Masters of Sex’ on Showtime

“Halt and Catch Fire” — AMC, four seasons


“Bates Motel” — A&E, five seasons

A&E‘Bates Motel’ stars Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore.

“You’re the Worst” — FXX, five seasons

Byron Cohen/FXChris Greere

Its fifth season, which will likely air in 2018, will be its last.

“Orphan Black” — BBC America, five seasons

BBC America

“2 Broke Girls” — CBS, six seasons

Darren Michaels/Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

“Girls” — HBO, six seasons


“Grimm” — NBC, six seasons

Scott Green/NBC

“Last Man Standing” — ABC, six seasons


“Teen Wolf” — MTV, six seasons


“Baby Daddy” — Freeform, six seasons


“House of Cards” — Netflix, six seasons


Its upcoming sixth season, which has been delayed due to rewrites around the departure of Kevin Spacey, will be its last.

“The Mindy Project” — Hulu, six seasons


“Scandal” — ABC, seven seasons


Its seventh season, now airing, will be its last.

“New Girl” — Fox, seven seasons

FOX/’New Girl’

Its seventh season, set to air in 2018, will be its last.

“Workaholics” — Comedy Central, seven seasons

Adam Newacheck/Comedy Central

“Pretty Little Liars” — Freeform, seven seasons


“Veep” — HBO, seven seasons


Its upcoming seventh season will be its last.

“The Vampire Diaries” — The CW, eight seasons

Annette Brown/The CW

“The Middle” — ABC, nine seasons


The ninth season, currently airing, is its last season.

“Adventure Time” — Cartoon Network, ten seasons

Cartoon Network

Final episodes will air in 2018.

“Bones” — Fox, twelve seasons

Patrick McElhenney/FOX

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