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Your favorite television show may have been cancelled

Did your favorite television show get cancelled? We hope not, but we have the growing list of duds that did from every network. You may want to have your tissues nearby!

Let’s start with ABC who shutdown production on three long-running shows including The Middle after nine seasons, and Once Upon A Time and Scandal after 7 seasons. Also getting the axe was Quantico and Designated Survivor.

Over on CBS, so far only Zoo was on the chopping block after 3 successful seasons.

The CW got rid of three shows including The Originals after 5 seasons, also Life Sentence and Valor which failed in the first season out.

FOX decided to dump five shows, most notably Brooklyn Nine-Nine after 5 seasons, which streaming platform HULU may pick up. Also, Last Man on Earth, Lucifer, The Exorcist, and one of my favorites, The Mick.

Finally, NBC lost four shows from it’s lineup, the biggest being The Night Shift which ran for 5 seasons, followed by Great News and Taken.

There you have it! Did your favorite show make the cut?

Below is the full list of cancelled shows if you care to catch up on any of them, just click on the show name and make it a “chill” night!

ABC: The Middle (9 seasons)
ABC: Once Upon A Time (7 seasons)
ABC: Scandal (7 seasons)
CW: The Originals (5 seasons)
FOX: Brooklyn Nine-Nine (5 seasons)
NBC: The Night Shift (4 seasons)
FOX: Last Man on Earth (4 seasons)
ABC: Quantico (3 seasons)
CBS: Zoo (3 seasons)
FOX: Lucifer (3 seasons)
ABC: Designated Survivor (2 seasons)
FOX: The Exorcist (2 seasons)
FOX: The Mick (2 seasons)
NBC: Great News (2 seasons)
NBC: Taken (2 seasons)
CW: Life Sentence (1 season)
CW: Valor (1 season)
NBC: The Brave (1 season)

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Jeff Kode

Jeff Kode has previously written articles for The Arizona Republic ALT section, as well as other publications including Echo Magazine and IONAZ Magazine. He is an enthusiastic movie lover, and enjoys discovering new music. He was previously on air middays with his own show The Sugar Rush, and can now be heard 6-9am on The Morning Beat with Steve and Jeff at 88.7 The Pulse.




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