The ratings for season two were way down so NBC cancelled the series.
- Allegiance (NBC)
The peacock network dropped this dramatic series after five low-rated episodes.
- Anger Management (FX)
The Charlie Sheen sitcom was renewed for a 90 episode second season but there won’t be a third season.
- Atlantis (BBC America)
BBC announced that there wouldn’t be a third season of the fantasy series.
- Bad Judge (NBC)
The peacock network decided that 13 episodes was enough of this low-rated sitcom.
- Battle Creek (CBS)
This Sunday night crime drama couldn’t draw big enough ratings to justify a second season.
- Benched (USA Network)
Low ratings got this courtroom comedy dismissed. It was cancelled after one season of 12 episodes.
- Boardwalk Empire (HBO)
It was announced in January 2014 that season five is the end for Nucky Thompson.
- Brickleberry (Comedy Central)
Brickleberry National Park is closed. The cable channel decided against ordering a fourth season of the animated comedy.
- The Colbert Report (Comedy Central)
This faux news program comes to an end because Stephen Colbert is succeeding David Letterman in late night on CBS.
- Constantine (NBC)
Production was shut down after 13 episodes. The network maintained that the series hadn’t been cancelled but there won’t be a second season on NBC.
- Cougar Town (TBS)
The cable channel took over the Courteney Cox sitcom from ABC a few years ago and has decided to end it after six seasons.
- Covert Affairs (USA Network)
Following a big drop in the ratings, the cable channel decided to drop the spy series after five seasons.
- Eye Candy (MTV)
The series was dropped after a lackluster season of 10 episodes.
- The Following (FOX)
The ratings have been dropping each season and they apparently dropped too low to justify a fourth season.
- Forever (ABC)
The lead character may be immortal but the show was not — done in by low ratings.
- The Game (BET)
The CW cancelled this show after three seasons. BET revived it and has decided that season nine is the end.
- Glee (FOX)
Despite waning ratings, the network renewed this musical series for two seasons back in 2013. The ratings continued to drop and FOX has confirmed that season six is the end.
- Gracepoint (FOX)
This 10-part mystery series could have had a second season but low ratings sealed its fate on FOX.
- Ground Floor (TBS)
The cable channel decided to pull the plug on all of their existing comedies and this one was the last fatality.
- Happyland (MTV)
A dramedy about a Disneyland-like park didn’t attract enough viewers. It was cancelled after one short season.
- Hart of Dixie (The CW)
One of the show’s stars and the series creator each announced that season four is the end of the line.
- Hot in Cleveland (TV Land)
Season six is the end of the line for the four funny ladies of Cleveland.
- Justified (FX)
It was announced in January 2014 that season six is the final season for this crime drama.
- The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (CBS)
The Scottish American comedian steps down as host of the program just short of his 10th anniversary. His first episode aired January 3, 2005.
- Late Show with David Letterman (CBS)
Letterman announced that he wanted to retire in 2015 after 33 years in late night. He is the longest-serving late night talk show host in television history.
- The Legend of Korra (Nickelodeon)
It was announced that the fourth and final “book” would be released online, rather than aired on
- Mad Men (AMC)
It was announced in 2013 that this Matthew Weiner series would be concluding with its seventh season. The cable channel later decided to increase the number of episodes ordered and split the season between the summers of 2014 and 2015.
- Melissa & Joey (ABC Family)
The cable channel decided to end the family sitcom after four seasons and more than 100 episodes.
- The Mentalist (CBS)
Co-star Tim Kang broke the news that season seven is the drama’s last. CBS confirmed it.
- The Messengers (The CW)
The network pulled the plug on this drama after three episodes aired to very low ratings.
- The Millers (CBS)
This sitcom did well in its first season but the ratings dropped dramatically in season two so the
- Mulaney (FOX)
This sitcom got off to a poor start and then the ratings got worse. It won’t have a second season.
- The Newsroom (HBO)
This Aaron Sorkin drama about the ACN News Night team ends after just three short seasons.
- Nurse Jackie (Showtime)
The cable channel announced in September 2014 that the seventh season is the end for this Edie Falco medical dramedy.
- One Big Happy (NBC)
The peacock network wasn’t pleased enough with the show’s ratings so they cancelled it.
- Parenthood (NBC)
This family drama has some devoted fans but the ratings have never been great and it’s narrowly escaped cancellation several times. The network decided in advance that season six is the end of the road for the Braverman family, giving the creative team time to craft a farewell.
- Parks and Recreation (NBC)
Airing on Thursday nights, this Amy Poehler mockumentary series has never been a hit in the ratings. The peacock network announced that the seventh season is the final round.
- Perception (TNT)
It seems that the cable channel wants more edgy programming and this show doesn’t fit into their plans.
- The Queen Latifah Show (syndicated)
This daytime talk show has been dropped after two seasons.
- Red Band Society (FOX)
This series about a pediatric ward drew low ratings. FOX and ABC Studios tried to find a way to keep it going at a lower cost but couldn’t work it out.
- Revenge (ABC)
Four seasons is all the network has given Emily Thorne for her plots of vengence.
- Selfie (ABC)
This newbie sitcom aired opposite some very tough competition on Tuesday nights. It didn’t survive.
- Sirens (USA Network)
This sitcom was cancelled after two seasons and 23 episodes.
- Snooki & JWOWW (MTV)
The cable channel announced that the fourth season is the end for the Jersey Shore spin-off.
- Sons of Anarchy (FX)
Season seven is the end of the road for Jax and SAMCRO.
- Stalker (CBS)
The crime thriller series hasn’t done very well in the ratings, either before or after its long hiatus. It’s been cancelled.
- State of Affairs (NBC)
This Katherine Heigl series failed to draw big enough ratings for a second season renewal.
- Strike Back (Cinemax)
It was announced in October 2013 that this show would be ending but production was delayed due to Sullivan Stapleton suffering an off-set injury.
- Two and a Half Men (CBS)
This sitcom survived the departures of two of its three original stars (Charlie Sheen and Angus T. Jones) but all shows must end and season 12 is the end for this one.
- White Collar (USA Network)
The cable channel renewed this Matt Bomer-Tim DeKay series for a sixth season of six episodes and later confirmed those would be the last.
- Whitechapel (BBC America)
ITV in the UK decided to cancel the historical crime drama after four seasons.
What do you think? Have any of your favorite shows been cancelled? Which ones are you sorry to see end?
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