We all love watching our favorite TV shows, but they all must eventually come to an end. Some have been canceled, and others just call it quits. Take a look at these TV series below that have to say farewell to us. Maybe your favorite one is among them. Don’t cry!
Once canceled by FOX after three seasons last year, ‘Lucifer’ was picked up and revived by Netflix. In June 2019, the streaming giant confirmed that Season 5 will be the last for “Lucifer.” The season will be split into two halves, with each half consisting of 8 episodes, and will arrive in the Summer of 2020.
As a spinoff of the successful “Suits”, “Pearson” obviously didn’t capture its audience’s hearts. Since the show only averaged half the viewership of “Suits”, it became the USA Network’s least-watched scripted series of the year. So, the channel canceled it six weeks after the show’s 10-episode run. Sorry “Suits” fans!
Attention, “Criminal Minds” fans! Season 15 will be the final season of the long-running drama, and it will air during the 2019–2020 season. This news was confirmed via its official Twitter account, “Get ready for a momentous ride: Season 15 will be our epic final season.”
Though AMC has canceled “Lodge 49” after two seasons, the network still feels proud of the show. “This wonderful show gave audiences fresh and unforgettable characters in a world that did not exist anywhere else on television.”
The final season of “The Big Bang Theory” has come to an end. Jim Parsons and the other main cast members expressed their gratitude to those who worked on it via their social media accounts. Meanwhile, Parsons stated that he was determined to walk away from the show and wouldn’t extend his contract. A definite goodbye!
After only one season, NBC’s freshman drama has been canceled due to its low ratings. Soon after, some of the show’s creators and executive producers moved on to new shows.
Back in 2018, Netflix confirmed that “Orange Is the New Black” would end during the summer of 2019 with its seventh season. Now that the Emmy-winning prison dramedy has officially ended, fans have had to say goodbye to those iconic orange jumpsuits.
The adult animated series, “Tuca Bertie,” has been canceled by Netflix after only one season. Featuring Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong in lead vocal roles, the show received many strong reviews from critics, however, Netflix announced the unfortunate news in July 2019.
Since “Modern Family” debuted in 2009, it has become a favorite topic of conversation for fans and has won countless awards. The sitcom premiered its 11th and final season in September 2019.
Adapted by the famous director, Spike Lee, the comedy has been canceled by Netflix less than two months after the premiere of its second season. However, this may not be the end of the story because Lee is trying to shop the series to other platforms.
All good things must come to an end, including NBC’s popular sitcom, “The Good Place.” Mike Schur, creator of the show, had already indicated that this would be a four-season show. Currently, the 4th and final season is being broadcast on TV. The final season will have 14 episodes each with an hour-long runtime.
After only one season, the revival of “Murphy Brown” was canceled by CBS in May. Featuring star Candice Bergen and much of the original cast, the comedy’s ratings started strong enough, but quickly began to decline, leading to the cancellation.
This unique talk show hosted by Carson Daly came to an end in May 2019. “I want to focus more on @TODAYshow and @NBCTheVoice & other areas I’m passionate about within our company,” Daly explained on Twitter. He also added that his family would always remain his top priority.
This TV series was produced by the O.J. Simpson prosecutor, Marcia Clark. The story is centered around a Los Angeles attorney who failed to convict a celebrity for murder, and eight years later, gets a second chance at prosecuting him. Due to poor ratings, ABC canceled “The Fix” just before the first season’s finale episode.
As a spinoff of the classic “Full House”, “Fuller House” will also have to say farewell to us soon. The fifth season will be the final one and will start airing on Dec 6, 2019. Goodbye to the Tanners and their crew of friends!
The former ABC series was saved by Netflix for a 10-episode third season. However, they decided to cancel it, so, unfortunately, there won’t be a fourth season. “We are proud to have offered fans a third season of ‘Designated Survivor,’ and will continue to carry all three seasons for years to come,” stated Netflix.
CBS’ crime procedural “Elementary” came to an end during the summer of 2019. Fans have to say goodbye to Holmes and Watson. Starring Lucy Liu and Jonny Lee Miller, the series came to an end after seven seasons.
CBS announced the cancellation of “Ransom” through the show’s Twitter account. “#Ransom fans: We’re joyful & lucky to have shared these past three seasons with you. Unfortunately, we have to bid the CriRes team farewell. We loved telling stories about strong, smart characters resolving conflicts with words instead of violence. Thank you for watching,” the tweet read.
This Netflix-original sitcom, starring Ashton Kutcher, will come to an end in 2020. The eighth and final season with be 10 episodes long and will air in Jan 2020.
FOX’s “BH90210” is the reboot of “Beverly Hills 90210”. However, after a single season, the show has been canceled. FOX announced the cancellation via US Weekly. Austin Green then confirmed the news on Instagram.