Here are all the CBS shows canceled in 2018
CBS is one of the networks that have purged its shows. Some fan-favorites won’t be returning for new seasons because of their low ratings.
Despite the many cancelations, fans will be thrilled that some of the best shows have been renewed. Sources reporting on the cancelations and renewals include Deadline, TV Line and The Hollywood Reporter.
The list of canceled shows includes Living Biblically which was based on the bestselling book, The Year of Living Biblically by A.J. Jacobs. This sitcom began airing in February 2018, but by April it had been canceled by CBS.
The network officially canceled the show in May 2018. The Big Bang Theory will have repeats that will run in the place of the sitcom according to TV Line.
Me, Myself & I was a series about three specific stages in the life of a man named Alex Riley. CBS canceled the series on May 12, 2018, reported Deadline.
Wisdom of the Crowd was a drama series that was canceled by CBS because of low ratings. It was also plagued with controversy as its series lead, Jeremy Piven, was publicly accused of sexual misconduct.
Another series that got the boot was 9JKL which debuted in October 2017. This May, it was officially canceled after one season according to Deadline.
Zoo was a drama series about a zoologist and his team that investigated animal attacks from all over the world. The Hollywood Reporter stated that it premiered in 2015 and ran for two seasons, eventually being canceled in October 2017.
TV Line reported that Scorpion was canceled after four seasons. The series was about a team of geniuses who solved high tech crimes.
Superior Donuts was let go after two seasons reported Deadline. The sitcom was based on the Tracy Letts play of the same name and had the lowest-ratings of CBS' Monday night sitcoms.
Kevin Can Wait was canceled after two seasons according to Deadline. The show's cancellation was part of CBS' purge of its Monday schedule.
Shows that were not yet canceled, but not yet renewed either included Code Black according to VOX. The series was taken for the third season, which premiered on April 25, 2018, but there has been no talk of a fourth season as of yet.
Shows that have been renewed by the network are The Big Bang Theory, Hawaii Five-0, all the NCIS shows NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, and NCIS: New Orleans.
According to Pop Culture, Elementary, Instinct, Life in Pieces, and Man with a Plan are all going to have new seasons.