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All the shows Fox canceled in 2018

Ksenia Novikova
May 30, 2018
08:17 A.M.
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The latest schedule changes have left fans anxious about the future of their beloved TV shows. Here is a list of the shows canceled by Fox.

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As reported by Pop Culture, Fox had to cancel several shows to make space for the new NFL line up. Thursday Night Football will take up approximately 30 hours of the new schedule. 

One of the biggest disappointments was the cancellation of The Last Man On Earth, after only four seasons. The show was nominated for five Emmy's, and Hulu might renew the popular series. 

Lucifer starring actor Tom Ellis in the lead was also canceled, and the show's 3.3 million viewers weren't enough to keep the show on the air

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine was canceled after five seasons, but NBC Entertainment was quick to scoop up the award-winning show, much to the delight of the show's 2 million viewers. 

The Mick, featuring Kaitlin Olson was also canceled, and LA to Vegas starring Dylan McDermott won't be returning for a new season either. 

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Horror fans were left aghast when The Exorcist got the cut after two seasons. Every effort was made by showrunners to keep the show alive, but it wasn't enough. 

Many fan-favorites lived to see another day. Gotham will return for a fifth season, while The Simpsons was renewed for its 30th season. 

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Fans are also delighted that Family Guy and Bob's Burgers survived the reshuffling, as did The Gifted, The Resident, The Orville and Lethal Weapon. 

However, lead actor Clayne Crawford was fired from the show, following a dispute with Damon Wayans. Seann William Scott was brought on board to replace him. 

Fox also announced that three new shows would be joining its fold. The Passage, based on a Justin Cronin novel, will keep viewers at the edge of their seats. 

Fox picked up the drama series Proven Innocent starring Rachelle Lefevre, and The Cool Kids with David Alan Crier and Leslie Jordan in the lead roles. 

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