At the end of each season, fans wait with trepidation for the list of canceled shows
At the end of every TV season, fans wait for the list of shows that will get a new season and those that don't.
The 2017-2018 TV season promises to see a record number of ruthless cuts, as Networks and Streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime battle over the ratings, reported PopCulture.com.
Some shows are canceled due to disappointing ratings, or because of the exit of their stars. Others may not fit in with a new programming project.
Here's a list of some of the shows that have been canceled in 2018.
The shock cancelation of the season was the Roseanne revival which was scoring incredible ratings, but was canceled by ABC over a scandal which erupted after co-creator and star Roseanne Barr tweeted a racist comment.
Netflix canceled Everything Sucks, a coming-of-age sit-com set in the '90s after just one season.
Another Netflix cancellation was Lady Dynamite, starring comedian Maria Bamford. The show was a critical favorite but did not captivate the audiences.
GOOD GIRLS REVOLT
Amazon canceled Good Girls Revolt, and curiously, the executive responsible, Roy Price, was fired over sexual harassment allegations.
Netflix canceled Disjointed, a comedy starring Academy Award winner Kathy Bates.
WISDOM OF THE CROWD
CBS canceled Wisdom of the Crowd after star Jeremy Piven was accused of sexual assault.
The TNT series ran for four and starred Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, John Harlan Kim and John Larroquette and Noah Wyle. The Librarians was not renewed for a 5th season.
Showtime canceled Dice, a comedy series starring Andrew Dice Clay after just two seasons.
MOZART IN THE JUNGLE
Amazon's Mozart in the Jungle was canceled after four seasons. The show was about the New York Symphony and won two Golden Globe awards for its first season in 2016.
USA Network's Damnation had a very poor 1.4 million viewers for its premiere and was canceled after one season.
THE MAYOR AND TEN DAYS IN THE VALLEY
ABC canceled The Mayor, a series about a rapper who becomes his town's mayor. The show was a hit with the critics but not the audiences.
ABC also canceled a Kyra Sedgwick series called Ten Days in the Valley after just four episodes.
SHADES OF BLUE
NBC's Shades of Blue, a cop drama starring Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta is ending after three seasons.
ABC had already announced that Scandal was coming to an end last year. The political drama ran for 7 seasons, and this current season will be its last.
ABC has announced that The Middle will end after nine seasons. The show has been popular with viewers who relate to the Hecks family and their real-life problems.
NBC canceled Taken when it averaged between 2 million and 3 million viewers a week. The show got a second season and inspired a series of popular action films starring Liam Neeson.
CBS canceled it's sitcom Living Biblically. The show featured Jay R. Ferguson as a man who tries to live his life based on what is written in the Bible.
THE MICK, BROOKLYN NINE-NINE AND THE LAST MAN ON EARTH
Fox canceled a trio of comedies: The Mick, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Last Man on Earth. The shows were critically acclaimed but failed to rack up the desired audiences.
In a surprise move, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is to be revived by NBC. The show will debut in midseason next year.
LUCIFER AND THE EXORCIST
Fox canceled two horror-themed shows: DC Comics' Lucifer, and The Exorcist. The Exorcist was Fox's lowest-rated show.
NBC canceled the military drama The Brave, as the show starring Anne Heche and Mike Vogel only averaged 5 million viewers a night.
KEVIN CAN WAIT
CBS is renovating the Monday night line-up and canceling Kevin James' Kevin Can Wait.
Another casualty of the new Monday night at CBS is Scorpion. The show was hugely popular and petitions are being organized to ask for its continuation.
Superior Donuts starred Judd Hirsch and Jermaine Fowler and was canceled by CBS after two seasons.
VALOR AND LIFE SENTENCE
The military drama Valor was canceled on the 8th of May, as was Lucy Hale's new show, Life Sentence.
Designated Survivor, a political drama starring Kiefer Sutherland was canceled after two seasons.
Quantico seemed to be promising, but ratings dropped off as the show went on, and after 3 seasons ABC canceled the series.
THE CROSSING, DECEPTION, KEVIN (PROBABLY) SAVES THE WORLD, INHUMANS AND ALEX INC.
ABC canceled a number of shows during the 2017-2018 TV season. Sci-fi series The Crossing; Deception, a series about a magician working with the FBI; and Kevin (Probably) Saves The World a drama starring Jason Ritter.