Here’s a list of TV shows that aired (or were expected to air) during the 2022-23 season (roughly September 2022 through August 2023) but won’t be back for the 2022-23 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been cancelled? Check our other season lists or our network, cable, and streaming show status pages.
Latest additions: Inside Job (Netflix), Pantheon (AMC+), Demascus (AMC), Invitation to a Bonfire (AMC), 61st Street (AMC), 1899 (Netflix), Back on the Record (HBO), Blockbuster (Netflix), Shantaram (Apple TV+), Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy (CNN), Sanditon (PBS), Step Up (Starz), Warrior Nun (Netflix), The Nevers (HBO), Dangerous Liaisons (Starz), Half Bad: The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself (Netflix), Monarch (FOX), Moonhaven (AMC+), The Midnight Club (Netflix), The Mighty Ones (Peacock), Love Limo (E!), Growing Up Chrisley (E!), Chrisley Knows Best (USA Network), Avalon (ABC), This Is Life with Lisa Ling (CNN), Hunters (Prime Video), The Imperfects (Netflix), Carnival Row (Prime Video), A Million Little Things (ABC), Degrassi (Netflix), Cross Connection (MSNBC), The News with Shepard Smith (CNBC), Fate: The Winx Saga (Netflix), DC’s Stargirl (The CW), Nancy Drew (The CW), Bad Crimes (Netflix), Pit Bulls & Parolees (Animal Planet), Firefly Lane (Netflix), Armor Wars (Disney+), Grendel (Netflix), Doc Martin (Acorn TV), The Owl House (Disney Channel), Derry Girls (Netflix), Daily Pop (E!), Nightly Pop (E!), and The Umbrella Academy (Netflix).
This list will be updated as the season progresses, so feel free to bookmark and check back. If we’ve missed something, please let me know.
The creators had plans for seasons two and three of this mystery sci-fi series but the streaming service cancelled it after eight episodes.
61st Street (AMC)
The cable channel ordered two seasons of this crime thriller series out of the gate. Season two was produced but AMC opted not to air it on the channel for financial reasons.
A comedy-drama created by star Donald Glover, this show centers on a music manager and a rapper as they navigate Atlanta’s rap scene. It was announced in advance that season four would be the end of the show.
Armor Wars (Disney+)
Marvel Studios announced this series had been ordered in December 2020 and would star Don Cheadle reprising his movie role as James Rhodes, aka War Machine. The studio later decided to rework the idea into a feature film.
The alphabet network gave this drama from David E. Kelley a direct-to-series order but later cancelled the project.
Back on the Record (HBO)
Bob Costas has hosted a few interview series on the cable channel and this latest one lasted two seasons and eight episodes before being cancelled.
Bad Crimes (Netflix)
An adult animated series from Mike Judge and Greg Daniels, this show was cancelled mid-way through its production. It was to star Nicole Byer and Lauren Lapkus as FBI Agents who traveled across the country solving cases.
Batman: Caped Crusader (HBO Max)
An animated show about the caped crusader from Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series), J.J. Abrams, and Matt Reeves, this series was ordered but was cancelled before it got off the ground.
Beauty and the Beast (Disney+)
A prequel that would have focused on Gaston (Luke Evans) and LeFou (Josh Gad) from the 2017 movie,
this show was cancelled (at least for now) due to scheduling delays and conflicts.
The comedy about the last Blockbuster Video store was cancelled by the company that helped put Blockbuster out of business.
Carnival Row (Prime Video)
A neo-noir fantasy series about mythological beings living in human society, this show wraps with its second season.
Chesapeake Shores (Hallmark Channel)
It was announced that the sixth season of this family drama series would also be the show’s last.
Chrisley Knows Best (USA Network)
This popular reality show was reportedly cancelled after stars Todd and Julie Chrisley were sentenced to a combined 19 years in prison due to being found guilty of fraud.
Cross Connection (MSNBC)
Hosted by Tiffany Cross, this news series was cancelled when the cable channel didn’t renew her contract.
Daily Pop (E!)
A daytime series that covers pop culture and celebrity news, this show ran for five and a half years before being cancelled.
Dangerous Liaisons (Starz)
A prequel to the classic novel, this drama was renewed for a second season ahead of its premiere. The cable channel subsequently cancelled the show anyway.
DC’s Stargirl (The CW)
A superhero series, this show follows a high school student who discovers a cosmic staff and inspires a new generation of superheroes. Season three is the end.
Dead to Me (Netflix)
A dark comedy about two grieving women (Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini) who bond while in therapy. Season three is the end.
The streaming service ordered a new iteration of the teen drama franchise but later cancelled those plans.
This comedic series revolves around a man (Okieriete Onaodowan) who uses new technology to experience different versions of his life. The show was cancelled while still in production.
Derry Girls (Netflix)
A British comedy about five teens growing up in Northern Ireland, this series ends with season three.
Doc Martin (Acorn TV)
Starring Martin Clunes, this British series follows Doctor Martin Ellingham, a surgeon who develops a fear of blood and relocates to a small village. It ends with season 10 and a Christmas special.
A prequel to the Inspector Morse series, this detective drama follows the career of young Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans). The British series ends with season nine.
Fate: The Winx Saga (Netflix)
A teen fantasy drama that’s based on a Nickelodeon animated series, this show lasted for two seasons.
Field of Dreams (Peacock)
The streaming service ordered this series which would have been based on the 1989 sports fantasy drama movie, which starred Kevin Costner. Michael Shur was to write the project. Plans for the series were cancelled but it’s said to be shopped elsewhere.
Firefly Lane (Netflix)
Starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke, this drama revolves around the lives of two female friends and follows them as teens and into adulthood. It was announced the story would end after two seasons.
The Flash (The CW)
The network’s longest-running superhero show ends with its ninth season.
The Good Fight (Paramount+)
A sequel to The Good Wife TV show, this political and legal drama follows the lives of attorneys Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) and Maia Rindell (Rose Leslie) following a financial scam and scandal. Season six is the end.
Based on the comic series by Matt Wagner, this live-action adaptation was cancelled by the streaming service midway through the production of the first season.
Growing Up Chrisley (E!)
A spin-off of Chrisley Knows Best, this series was reportedly cancelled after parents Todd and Julie Chrisley were sentenced to a combined 19 years in prison due to being found guilty of fraud.
Half Bad: The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself (Netflix)
The streaming service cancelled this British fantasy drama after one season.
Hunters (Prime Video)
Starring Al Pacino, Logan Lerman, and Jerrika Hinton, this drama tells the story of Nazi hunters. They discover that high-ranking Nazi officials are conspiring to create the Fourth Reich in 1977 in New York City. Season two is the end.
The Imperfects (Netflix)
In the story, three Seattle adults are turned into monsters and try to track down the scientist who did it. This show was cancelled after one season.
Inside Job (Netflix)
The streamer renewed this adult animated comedy about a conspiracy agency for a second season but subsequently rescinded the order.
Invitation to a Bonfire (AMC)
Based on the novel of the same name by Adrienne Celt, this psychological thriller revolves around a lethal love triangle. It was cancelled midway through the production of its eight-episode season. The show’s creator hopes to find a new home for the series.
The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS)
In April 2022, Corden revealed that he would depart the talk show after eight and a half years in 2023.
Love Limo (E!)
This dating series was ordered in May 2022 and was to feature reality star Todd Chrisley helping singles find love. The project was reportedly dropped after Chrisley was sentenced to 12 years in prison for fraud.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Prime Video)
Midge Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) leaves the stage with this dramedy’s fifth and final season. The show revolves around a 1950s wife and homemaker with aspirations of making it in standup comedy.
The Midnight Club (Netflix)
A mystery-thriller series, this show was cancelled after one season, but the co-creator released the plans for season two.
The Mighty Ones (Peacock)
An animated series about a group of small best friends who live in a backyard, this show wraps with its fourth season.
Million Dollar Island (NBC)
A Survivor-like competition series featuring 100 contestants, this show was planned for the 2022-23 season. It was cancelled before casting could fully get underway.
A Million Little Things (ABC)
Revolving around a tight-knit group of friends, this network drama ends with its fifth season.
This multi-generational drama follows the leading family in the country music industry. It was cancelled the night after the first season finale aired.
A sci-fi thriller series, this show was renewed for a second season, but that order was subsequently rescinded due to cost-cutting.
My Glory Was I Had Such Friends (Apple TV+)
An adaptation of Laura Dave’s bestselling novel, the order for this series was cancelled after Jennifer Garner exited the project.
Nancy Drew (The CW)
Loosely based on the series of children’s mystery novels, this show ends with season four.
Never Have I Ever (Netflix)
A coming-of-age comedy series, this show follows the life of a modern-day first-generation Indian American teenage girl (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan). Season four will end the story.
The Nevers (HBO)
Created by Joss Whedon, this Victorian sci-fi series had production delays due to the pandemic and ended up being cancelled before all of the episodes were released.
New Amsterdam (NBC)
This medical drama series follows the efforts of Dr. Max Goodwin (Ryan Eggold) and his co-workers at New Amsterdam Medical Center to make a difference. Season five is the end.
The News with Shepard Smith (CNBC)
This general interest news program was cancelled after two seasons, and the host left the cable channel.
Nightly Pop (E!)
A late-night series hosted by Morgan Stewart, Nina Parker, and Hunter March, it covers pop culture and celebrity news. This show ran for nearly four years before being cancelled.
The Owl House (Disney Channel)
Created by Dana Terrace, this fantasy series follows a teenage girl who befriends a witch and becomes her apprentice. The story ends with a third season of three specials.
The adult animated sci-fi series was given an initial two-season order, but AMC opted to pull the show from the streaming service before season two was released.
Pit Bulls & Parolees (Animal Planet)
This reality series focuses on the Villalobos Rescue Center which aids pit bull dogs and parolees as they return to society. It ends with season 19.
Power Book V: Influence (Starz)
This Power spin-off was ordered to series with Larenz Tate starring as politician Rashad Tate. Plans for the series were cancelled.
Riverdale (The CW)
A dark and dramatic take on the characters from Archie comics, this series ends with its seventh season.
Airing as part of the Masterpiece series, this show is based on the final and incomplete novel of Jane Austen. It ends with season three.
See (Apple TV+)
The streaming service announced that the third season of this post-apocalyptic drama is also its last. The series stars Jason Momoa.
Servant (Apple TV+)
A psychological thriller series, this show revolves around a Philadelphia couple in mourning. Season four is the end.
Shantaram (Apple TV+)
Starring Charlie Hunnam, this drama follows an Australian fugitive who changes his identity and goes on the run to Bombay. It lasted for 12 episodes.
Revolving around the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980s, this crime drama was renewed for a sixth and final season.
Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy (CNN)
A travel and food series, this show follows the actor as he travels around Italy, visiting each region and exploring their cultures, cuisine, and history. It was dropped after two seasons.
Star Trek: Picard (Paramount+)
Starring Sir Patrick Stewart, this sci-fi series wraps with its third season, which will reunite Jean-Luc Picard with his Enterprise crew from Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Step Up (Starz)
Based on the film franchise, this series about a performing arts school ran for two seasons as a YouTube Original and one season on Starz before being cancelled.
Stranger Things (Netflix)
Set in the 1980s, this sci-fi horror series revolves around mysteries and supernatural events in the town of Hawkins, Indiana. It ends with season five.
This Is Life with Lisa Ling (CNN)
Season nine is the end for this documentary series which sees journalist Lisa Ling traveling to the far corners of America.
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (Prime Video)
With John Krasinski in the lead role, this action spy thriller series is ending with its fourth season.
The Umbrella Academy (Netflix)
A superhero series, this show was based on the comic book series which was written by Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel Bá. It wraps with season four.
Warrior Nun (Netflix)
Though the supernatural series drew high ratings from viewers and critics, viewership wasn’t high enough for the streaming service to order a third season.
Workin’ Moms (Netflix)
This Canadian comedy series follows a group of women as they cope with the struggles of being working mothers. They say goodbye after seven seasons.
Wu-Tang: An American Saga (Hulu)
Taking place in 1990s New York City, during the height of the crack cocaine epidemic, this drama follows the formation of the Wu-Tang Clan. It ends with season three.
Your Honor (Showtime)
Starring Bryan Cranston as a New Orleans judge, this drama’s story comes to a close with its second season.
What do you think? Have any of your favorite shows been cancelled? Which ones are you sorry to see end?
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