Full list of Fox shows canceled in 2018
The recent unexpected changes in TV schedules have left the fans increasing restless as to the future of their favorite television shows.
According to Pop Culture, Fox canceled several shows to make space for the new NFL line up. It was reported that Thursday Night Football will take about 30 hours of the new schedule.
The cancelation of The Last Man on Earth after only four seasons is another big disappointment for the fans. The show's popularity extended toward awards as well with the show receiving nominations for five Emmy's.
Tom Ellis starrer Lucifer was also axed despite its 3.3 million viewers, which the television network deemed not enough to keep the show on-air.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine was also canceled after five seasons. However, much to the fans' delight, the highly acclaimed show was quickly taken over by NBC Entertainment for revival. The show's 2 million viewers would definitely approve.
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The Mick, starring Kaitlin Olson, was also ended by the network. It will also not be airing the new season of LA to Vegas starring Dylan McDermott.
One of the biggest blows to the horror fans was the axing of the show, The Exorcist. The creators of the show did everything they could to keep the show running but it wasn't enough
Amid all these disappointments, some of the fan-favorite shows also managed to survive the cancelation-spree. It was reported that Gotham would be returning for a fifth season. Similarly, The Simpsons was also renewed for its 30th Season.
Family Guy, as well as Bob's Burgers, were some of the other shows that survived. Favorites such as The Gifted, The Resident, The Orville, and Lethal Weapon will also have their new seasons.
Fox is also preparing for introducing new shows in its schedule. The Passage, a show based on a Justin Cronin novel, is one of them that is expected to keep the people at the edge of their seats.
The TV network also picked up the drama series Proven Innocent featuring Rachelle Lefevre, and the Cool Kids with David Alan Crier and Leslie Jordan in lead roles.
The year 2018 has been a year of disappointments in terms of cancelation of favorite shows as there are many other shows from other TV networks as well that would not be seeing another day, as reported by Rotten Tomatoes.
History channel's Six and NBC's Champions are some of the popular shows that won't be returning with its newer seasons. Similarly, NBC's Timeless won't be returning after its second season.
The online source also suggested that Elis' Lucifer has been renewed by the TV network after initially planning to drop it.
ABC has also canceled some of its popular shows including Deception and Designated Survivor. Similarly, BBC America canceled Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency after its second season.