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List of 20 popular TV shows which were canceled across all networks

Pedro Marrero
May 26, 2018
12:59 A.M.
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Major broadcast networks have recently announced which shows they are planning to renew and which ones will be going off the air.

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According to a Pop Culture report, there are a few TV shows that the big networks haven't announced plans for yet, but a majority of shows have learned whether they'll be canceled or renewed.

Here's everything you need to know about which of your favorite TV shows has been canceled. We selected 20 of the most popular series that have been axed this year.

After just one season on NBC, the expert military team of The Brave won’t be returning for a sophomore run. One of three broadcast military dramas to debut during the 2017-2018 season.

The television network also pulled the plug of Great News and Taken. Kevin (Probably) Saves The World was canceled by ABC network, along with the thriller/drama series Designated Survivor

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The presidential drama starring Kiefer Sutherland as America’s least-expected leader ate through four showrunners in two seasons. The show was on a search for its own designated survivor, a fifth showrunner, for a projected Season 3 when it got canceled.

The enormous television company decided that Alex, Inc, the comedy series starring Zach Braff as a businessman dad, balancing his family and his new startup, is done after one season. They also canceled The Crossing, Deception, and Quantico.

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CBS canceled 9JKL, Kevin Can Wait, Me, Myself & I, Scorpion, and Superior Donuts.

CW drama Life Sentence starring Pretty Little Liars actress Lucy Hale was canceled after just one season. They also canceled Valor, unfortunately, the military drama only lasted one season.

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Fox canceled the beloved situation comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine after five seasons. The series starred Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, Joe Lo Truglio, Chelsea Peretti, Dirk Blocker, and Joel McKinnon Miller.

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The Last Man on Earth was also canceled after four seasons at Fox. The show centered on a small group of survivors of a deadly virus. From writer-director Will Forte and director-producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller.

Fans are going to miss it a lot. Other shows booted by Fox was Lucifer and The Mick.

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