63 TV Shows Ending in 2017 (PHOTOS)

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63 TV Shows Ending in 2017 (PHOTOS)

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63 TV Shows Ending in 2017 (PHOTOS)

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to pay our final tribute of respect to the television series in this photo gallery — all of which either are leaving us this year or have already left. May they rest in small-screen peace.

63 TV Shows Ending in 2017 (PHOTOS)
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1. ‘Salem’

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1. ‘Salem’

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Not enough viewers were bewitched by this WGN America saga: The current third season will be the last.

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2. ‘Reign’

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2. ‘Reign’

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The Reign will end — that joke was far too easy — after this CW drama’s fourth season, which started on February 10.

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3. ‘Bates Motel’

3. ‘Bates Motel’

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A&E Psycho prequel is catching up with the classic Hitchcock film with the fifth and final season… with Rihanna playing doomed shower-taker Marion Crane.

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4. ‘Black Sails’

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4. ‘Black Sails’

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Starz made its pirate drama walk the plank after Season 4 wrapped on April 2.

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5. ‘Bloodline’

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5. ‘Bloodline’

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The line is reaching an endpoint for this Florida Keys-set family crime drama. Season 3 will be the last — on Netflix, at least.

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6. ‘Bones’

6. ‘Bones’

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No bones about it — the 12th and final season of this FOX procedural ended on March 28.

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7. ‘Episodes’

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7. ‘Episodes’

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Matt LeBlanc will stop playing “Matt LeBlanc” once this meta Showtime comedy takes its final bow with the upcoming fifth season.

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8. ‘Girls’

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8. ‘Girls’

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We’re seeing four fewer privileged white Brooklynites on TV, now that this HBO dramedy finished its sixth and final season on April 16.

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9. ‘Grimm’

9. ‘Grimm’

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Hate to be the Grimm Reaper, but this supernatural NBC drama met its maker after its 13-episode Season 6 ended on March 31.

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10. ‘Halt and Catch Fire’

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10. ‘Halt and Catch Fire’

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AMC pressed CTRL-ALT-DELETE on this drama about the the rise of the computing industry — deciding to end it after the upcoming fourth season.

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11. ‘Hand of God’

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11. ‘Hand of God’

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This drama about a judge-turned-vigilante will end after its second season by the hand of Amazon, not God.

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12. ‘The Leftovers’

12. ‘The Leftovers’

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Luckily for us fans, this HBO show isn’t making a “Sudden Departure” — the premium cable network announced (way in advance) the ensemble drama’s third season is its conclusion.

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13. ‘Orphan Black’

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13. ‘Orphan Black’

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Say goodbye to the Clone Club. Tatiana Maslany will split her personality one last time for this BBC America drama’s fifth and final season.

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14. ‘Pretty Little Liars’

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14. ‘Pretty Little Liars’

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Rosewood may finally find a bit of peace: The Freeform drama will end this summer with the finale of the current, seventh season.

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15. ‘Review’

15. ‘Review’

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The laughs are coming to an end for this Comedy Central mockumentary about a critic who reviews real-life experiences. Season 3, expected to end in 2017, is the final season.

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16. ‘Rogue’

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16. ‘Rogue’

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Audience’s sweeping crime drama may have been a bit too roguish for TV viewers. Season 4 will be the final chapter.

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17. ‘The Strain’

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17. ‘The Strain’

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FX’s vampire drama is drawing its last blood this summer with its fourth and final season.

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18. ‘Switched at Birth’

18. ‘Switched at Birth’

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Freeform’s dual-family drama will left the small screen after its 10-episode fifth and final season ended on April 11.

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19. ‘Teen Wolf’

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19. ‘Teen Wolf’

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MTV’s werewolf drama is in the middle of its sixth and final season, and we fully expect a hairy series finale.

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20. ‘Turn: Washington’s Spies’

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20. ‘Turn: Washington’s Spies’

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This Revolutionary War drama will fire its final musket shots with its fourth and final season on AMC, a 10-episode run.

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21. ‘The Vampire Diaries’

21. ‘The Vampire Diaries’

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We’re closing the book on these diaries — CW’s bloodsucker drama finished its eighth and final season on March 10.

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22. ‘Vice Principals’

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22. ‘Vice Principals’

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Star Danny McBride revealed this HBO comedy was always meant to end after 18 episodes of school administration in-fighting — so Season 2, expected to air in 2017, will be the last.

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23. ‘Girl Meets World’

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23. ‘Girl Meets World’

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There’s a big twist in the Disney Channel's cancellation of Girl Meets World: it might not be canceled after all. A new network or streaming service may pick up the soon-to-end series.

“There are talks underway, but we’re at the very very beginning stages,” creator Michael Jacobs reveals to TVLine. “And I can tell you it’s because of the audience’s reaction to the cancellation that there is interest in other places.”

Keep up that Paper Airplane Campaign, guys.

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24. 'Doubt'

24. 'Doubt'

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Unlike fans of all these other expiring shows, viewers of Katherine Heigl’s brand new CBS legal drama didn’t get any advance notice Doubt was done.

The star-studded series was pulled from the schedule after just two episodes aired and its timeslot successor — Criminal Minds spin-off Beyond Borders — was immediately named.

The harsh move marks the Grey’s Anatomy alum’s second failed broadcast series in less than three years.

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25. ‘Workaholics’

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25. ‘Workaholics’

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These Workaholics are retiring after the Comedy Central series finishes its current seventh season.

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26. ‘Duck Dynasty’

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26. ‘Duck Dynasty’

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All dynasties must end, even ones that quack. The Robertson family’s A&E reality show ended when the 11th season finished on April 12.

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27. ‘Liv and Maddie’

27. ‘Liv and Maddie’

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Dove Cameron is out of a job now that this Disney Channel sitcom — in which the actress played a set of very different twins — aired its series finale on March 24.

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28. ‘Red Oaks’

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28. ‘Red Oaks’

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Amazon’s coming-of-age ‘80s comedy will never see the ‘90s, it seems. The upcoming third season will be its last.

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29. ‘Love Thy Neighbor’

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29. ‘Love Thy Neighbor’

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It’s last call at the Love Train Diner! This OWN sitcom will end with its fifth season, which started on March 4.

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30. ‘For Better or Worse’

30. ‘For Better or Worse’

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Marcus and Angela’s marriage will continue, we’re sure — just not on TV. The final season of this OWN show starts on June 10.

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31. ‘Incorporated’

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31. ‘Incorporated’

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Syfy has disincorporated this futuristic drama. Season 1, which finished on January 25, will be the last season. (Apparently, executive producers Matt Damon and Ben Affleck don’t have the golden touch!)

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32. ‘Longmire’

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32. ‘Longmire’

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Thanks to Netflix, this Wyoming-based crime drama lasted twice as long as it could have. The streaming service resurrected the show when A&E canceled it after Season 3. Now, however, Longmire is ending with this year’s Season 6.

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33. ‘Mercy Street’

33. ‘Mercy Street’

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PBS had little Mercy for this Civil War hospital drama, announcing its cancellation four days after its Season 2 finale on March 5.

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34. ‘The Mindy Project’

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34. ‘The Mindy Project’

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Project status: Nearly completed! Entertainment Weekly reveals Mindy Kaling‘s Hulu comedy will wrap up with a sixth and final season in September.

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35. ‘Time After Time’

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35. ‘Time After Time’

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Perhaps not as timeless as Timeless, a more successful time-travel show that premiered this season, this H.G. Wells-inspired drama only lasted five episodes before ABC gave it the boot.

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36. ‘Kingdom’

36. ‘Kingdom’

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This mixed martial arts drama (starring Nick Jonas, among others) will throw its last punches with a third and final season, starting on May 31 on Audience.

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37. ‘Man Seeking Woman’

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37. ‘Man Seeking Woman’

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Jay Baruchel’s search for love will have to continue off-screen. FXX canceled the comedy, making the March 8 third-season finale a series finale.

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38. ‘Outsiders’

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38. ‘Outsiders’

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WGN America probably thought this show was a bit too much of an outsider, nixing it a week and change before April 24’s Season 2 finale.

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39. ‘Pitch’

39. ‘Pitch’

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This FOX show — a drama about Major League Baseball’s first female player — struck out on May 1 when the network canceled it after one season.

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40. ‘Emerald City’

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40. ‘Emerald City’

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NBC decided to pull the plug on this ambitious Wizard of Oz retelling after just one season. We blame the Wicked Witch of the West, of course.

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41. ‘Rosewood’

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41. ‘Rosewood’

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After its Season 2 ratings wilted, the FOX police procedural has been pruned from next year's fall lineup.

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42. ‘Sleepy Hollow’

42. ‘Sleepy Hollow’

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After four seasons, this supernatural drama has been cut from FOX's lineup next fall.

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43. ‘Making History’

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43. ‘Making History’

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2017 isn‘t a good year for time-traveling shows. This FOX comedy won’t make it past Season 1.

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44. ‘Son of Zorn’

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44. ‘Son of Zorn’

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Another comedy FOX is canceling after just one season? This animated-live action hybrid. Zorn just isn’t the legend he thinks he is.

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45. ‘Imaginary Mary’

45. ‘Imaginary Mary’

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After just one season, Jenna Elfman’s comedy has been axed. 

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46. ‘Powerless’

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46. ‘Powerless’

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Sorry, Vanessa Hudgens fans! Powerless has been officially canceled from NBC’s lineup.

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47. ‘The Real O’Neals’

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47. ‘The Real O’Neals’

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After two seasons on ABC, The Real O’Neals has been given the boot. 

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48. ‘American Crime’

48. ‘American Crime’

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Despite being an Emmy-winning show, American Crime is saying goodbye to ABC after three seasons. 

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49. ‘Dr. Ken’

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49. ‘Dr. Ken’

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After two seasons of Dr. Ken, ABC has decided to cancel the comedy. 

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50. ‘The Catch’

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50. ‘The Catch’

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The Shondaland drama is officially done after two seasons. 

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51. ‘Secrets and Lies’

51. ‘Secrets and Lies’

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It’s case closed for Detective Cornell in this anthologized mystery show. ABC canceled it after two seasons.

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52. ‘Notorious’

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52. ‘Notorious’

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Notorious just didn’t jive with #TGIT audiences, and now ABC has denied it a second season.

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53. ‘The Blacklist: Redemption’

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53. ‘The Blacklist: Redemption’

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There won’t be a redemption for this NBC spin-off. The network axed it after its first season.

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54. ‘2 Broke Girls’

54. ‘2 Broke Girls’

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The girls will just have to be broke off-screen. CBS canceled this comedy after six seasons.

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55. ‘Baby Daddy’

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55. ‘Baby Daddy’

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Freeform decided this comedy’s Season 6 finale on May 22 would be a series finale.

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56. ‘The Great Indoors’

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56. ‘The Great Indoors’

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CBS told this Joel McHale sitcom to take a hike after just one season.

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57. ‘Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders’

57. ‘Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders’

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CBS sent this spin-off flying into the sunset after two seasons.

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58. ‘Scream Queens’

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58. ‘Scream Queens’

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FOX slayed this slasher comedy after two seasons.

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59. ‘Chicago Justice’

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59. ‘Chicago Justice’

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NBC has axed the legal drama after just one season.

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60. ‘Sense8’

60. ‘Sense8’

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Netflix canceled this globe-trotting drama after two seasons. (We blame Whispers.)

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61. 'Vivica’s Black Magic'

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61. 'Vivica’s Black Magic'

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Lifetime has cancelled the stripper-friendly series after just one season. 

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62. '24: Legacy'

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62. '24: Legacy'

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The 24 reboot has been cancelled by FOX after one season. 

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63. 'Girlboss'

63. 'Girlboss'

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Netflix has canceled Girlboss after just one season.

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Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to pay our final tribute of respect to the television series in this photo gallery — all of which either are leaving us this year or have already left. May they rest in small-screen peace.