44 TV shows that just got canceled

It’s that time of year again—when network executives make the decision about which shows to cancel and which to renew for the upcoming season. This year, 44 shows from various networks got the ax—or simply came to the end of the series, as in the case of shows like “Girls,” “Bones” and “Vampire Diaries.”

On the plus side, this makes room for new TV shows to take their place. Here’s what will no longer be on the airwaves when fall TV returns.

1. “2 Broke Girls” (CBS)

“2 Broke Girls,” with Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, will end after a total of six seasons.


2. “American Crime” (ABC)

“American Crime,” with Felicity Huffman, Regina King and Timothy Hutton, first aired in 2015 and ran for a total of three seasons.

3. “APB” (Fox)

“APB,” with Justin Kirk and Natalie Martinez, is sadly ending after just one season.

4. “Bones” (Fox)

“Bones,” with Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz, is calling it quits after 12 seasons.


5. “Bates Motel” (A&E)

As announced last summer, “Bates Motel,” with Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore, came to a close after five bone-chilling seasons.

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6. “The Blacklist: Redemption” (NBC)

“The Blacklist: Redemption,” with Ryan Eggold and Famke Janssen, ended after one season.

7. “Bloodline” (Netflix)

“Bloodline,” with Kyle Chandler and Linda Cardellini, will be coming to a close after the third season premiering on Netflix May 26.


8. “Black Sails” (STARZ)

As fans have known since last summer“Black Sails,” with Toby Stephens, is ending after four seasons.

9. “The Catch” (ABC)

“The Catch,” with Mireille Enos and Peter Krause, is ending after just two seasons.

10. “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” (CBS)

“Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders,” with Gary Sinise (not to be confused with the long-running show,“Criminal Minds,”) is ending after two seasons.

11. “Doubt” (CBS)

“Doubt,” with Katherine Heigl and Laverne Cox, is ending after just one season.

12. “Dr. Ken” (ABC)

“Dr. Ken,” with Ken Jeong, is ending after two seasons.

13. “Emerald City” (NBC)

“Emerald City,” with Oliver Jackson Cohen and Adria Arjona, is ending after just one season.


14. “Eyewitness” (USA)

“Eyewitness,” with James Paxton and Tyler Young, ended after one season.

15. “Frequency” (The CW)

“Frequency,” with Peyton List, ended after one season.

16. “Girl Meets World” (Disney Channel)

“Girl Meets World,” with Sabrina Carpenter and Rowan Blanchard, is ending after three seasons.

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17. “Girls” (HBO)

Lena Dunham’s “Girls” came to a close after six seasons.


18. “Good Girls Revolt” (Amazon)

“Good Girls Revolt,” with Genevieve Angelson, Erin Darke, and Grace Gummer (Meryl Streep’s middle daughter), ended after just one season.

19. “The Great Indoors” (CBS)

“The Great Indoors,” with Joel McHale, is ending after just one season.


20. “Grimm” (NBC)

“Grimm,” with Russell Hornsby and David Giuntoli, said goodbye after six seasons.

21. “Incorporated” (SyFy)

As announced earlier this year “Incorporated,” with Sean Teale and Julia Ormond, ended after just one season.

22. “Last Man Standing” (ABC)

“Last Man Standing,” with Tim Allen, is ending after six seasons.


23. “The Leftovers” (HBO)

“The Leftovers,” with Justin Theroux, is ending after three seasons.

24. “Making History” (Fox)

“Making History,” with Adam Pally, Leighton Meester and Yassir Lester, is ending after one season.


25. “Man Seeking Woman” (FXX)

“Man Seeking Woman,” with Jay Burachel, is ending after three seasons.

26. “Masters of Sex” (Showtime)

“Masters of Sex,” with Lizzy Kaplan and Michael Sheen, ended after four seasons.

27. “No Tomorrow” (The CW)

“No Tomorrow,” with Joshua Sasse and Tori Anderson, is ending after one season.

28. “The Odd Couple” (CBS)

“The Odd Couple,” with Matthew Perry, is ending after three seasons.

29. “Orphan Black” (BBC America)

“Orphan Black,” with Tatiana Maslany, is calling season five its last.

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30. “Pitch” (Fox)

“Pitch,” with Dan Lauria, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Kylie Bunbury, ended after just one season.

31. “Powerless” (NBC)

“Powerless,” with Vanessa Hudgens, ended after just one season.


32. “Pretty Little Liars” (Freeform)

“Pretty Little Liars,” with Lucy Hale, Troian Bellisario, Sasha Pieterse, and Shay Mitchell, comes to a close after seven seasons.


33. “The Real O’Neals” (ABC)

“The Real O’Neals,” with Martha Plimpton, Jay R. Ferguson, Noah Galvin, Matt Shively and Bebe Wood, ended after two seasons.

34. “Reign” (The CW)

“Reign,” with Toby Regbo and Adelaide Kane, is ending after season four.

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35. “Rosewood” (Fox)

“Rosewood,” with Jaina Lee Ortiz and Morris Chestnut, ended after two seasons.

36. “Scream Queens” (Fox)

“Scream Queens,” with John Stamos, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Emma Roberts, ended after two seasons.


37. “Secrets and Lies” (ABC)

“Secrets and Lies,” with Juliette Lewis, called it quits after two seasons.

38. “Sleepy Hollow” (Fox)

“Sleepy Hollow,” with Tom Mison, ended after four seasons.

39. “Son of Zorn” (Fox)

“Son of Zorn,” with Tim Meadows, Cheryl Hines and the voice of Jason Sudeikis, ended after just one season.

40. “Teen Wolf” (MTV)

“Teen Wolf,” with Tyler Posey, ended after six seasons.

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41. “Time After Time” (ABC)

“Time After Time,” with Freddie Stroma and Josh Bowman, ended after just one season.

42. “The Vampire Diaries” (The CW)

“The Vampire Diaries,” with Ian Somerhalder, ended after eight seasons.

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43. “Vice Principals” (HBO)

“Vice Principals,” with Danny McBride, ended after two seasons.

44. “Workaholics” (Comedy Central)

“Workaholics,” with Adam Devine, Anders Holm and Blake Henderson, came to a close after seven seasons.

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Check out the New York Daily News’ list of TV shows that will be returning. Did any of your favorites make the list?

[h/t Business Insider]