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71 Ending or Cancelled TV Shows for the 2023-24 Season – canceled + renewed TV shows, ratings


2023-24 TV series canceled or ending list

Here’s a list of TV shows that aired (or are expected to air) during the 2023-24 season (roughly September 2023 through August 2024) but won’t be back for the 2024-25 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been cancelled? Check our other season lists or our network, cable, and streaming show status pages.

Latest additions: Constellation (Apple TV+), Scavengers Reign (Max), Not Dead Yet (ABC), Snowpiercer (AMC), Chad (The Roku Channel), Extended Family (NBC), The Lazarus Project (TNT), NCIS: Hawai’i (CBS), CSI: Vegas (CBS), So Help Me Todd (CBS), Sweet Tooth (Netflix), Siesta Key (MTV), Everything Now (Netflix), Quantum Leap (NBC), Death and Other Details (Hulu), Uncoupled (Showtime), Bupkis (Peacock), Break Point (Netflix), Daria (Comedy Central), The Brothers Sun (Netflix), The Umbrella Academy (Netflix), Evil (Paramount+), Tacoma FD (truTV), Ratched (Netflix), Obliterated (Netflix), Rap Sh!t (Max), The Good Doctor (ABC), Julia (Max), Our Flag Means Death (Max), Bunk’d (Disney Channel), Shining Vale (Starz), What We Do in the Shadows (FX), Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), Hightown (Starz), Station 19 (ABC), Good Trouble (Freeform), Bob ♥ Abishola (CBS), Young Sheldon (CBS), The Circus (Showtime), Chapelwaite (MGM+), Letterkenny (Hulu), Superman & Lois (The CW), Lotería Loca (CBS), The Problem with Jon Stewart (Apple TV+), Pretty Hard Cases (Amazon Freevee), Vikings: Valhalla (Netflix), Sort Of (Max), The Family Chantel (TLC), The Venery of Samantha Bird (Starz), Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin (Peacock), Hilda (Netflix), Lando (Disney+), Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (HBO), Nautilus (Disney+), The Spiderwick Chronicles (Disney+), All Rise (OWN), The Peripheral (Prime Video), Top Boy (Netflix), and Good Bones (HGTV).

This list will be updated as the season progresses, so feel free to bookmark and check back. If we’ve missed something, please let me know.  

61st Street (The CW)
A legal thriller revolving around a young black athlete who gets caught up in a corrupt legal system, this drama was dropped by AMC before the second and final season could air. The CW picked up both seasons.

All Rise (OWN)
This courtroom drama was cancelled after two seasons on CBS and was picked up by OWN for a third. After one season, the cable channel dropped the series, too.

Andor (Disney+)
A Star Wars prequel series, this show concludes with its second season, which will lead into the events of the Rogue One feature film.

Archer (Comedy Central)
This animated spy comedy revolves around the adventures of Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) and other agents at the International Secret Intelligence Service (ISIS). Season 14 is the end.

Big Mouth (Netflix)
An animated comedy series, this show follows a group of teenagers navigating through puberty and has oversized hormone monsters influencing them. It ends with season eight.

The Brothers Sun (Netflix)
An action comedy-drama, this series follows a younger brother whose life is turned upside down when he learns his older brother is a highly trained criminal. It was cancelled after one season.

Bob ♥ Abishola (CBS)
Following the relationship of an unlikely couple and their extended family, this multi-camera comedy ends with its fifth season.

Break Point (Netflix)
A tennis docuseries, this show was dropped after two seasons, likely due to low viewership numbers.

Bunk’d (Disney Channel)
A spin-off of Jessie, this comedy series follows the adventures of groups of kids at Kikiwaka Ranch. The show ran for seven seasons.

Bupkis (Peacock)
A comedy-drama series loosely based on star Pete Davidson’s life, this show’s second season renewal was cancelled after Davidson decided to move on to do other things.

Chad (The Roku Channel)
This comedy follows an Iranian teen (Nasim Pedrad) as he tries to become popular in high school. The show was dropped by TBS after one season and Roku picked up the already-produced second season. The streamer isn’t making any additional episodes.

Chapelwaite (MGM+)
Based on a short story by Stephen King, this drama is set in the 1850s and follows Captain Charles Boone (Adrian Brody) as he moves his three children to his ancestral home. A second season was in the works but those plans were ultimately cancelled.

The Circus (Showtime)
A documentary series about current political events, this show ran for eight seasons and 130 episodes before being cancelled.

Constellation (Apple TV+)
A sci-fi thriller, the series ran for eight episodes and follows an astronaut who returns home after a disaster to find that parts of her past have gone missing.

CSI: Vegas (CBS)
A sequel to the original CSI series, this police procedural series follows a team of investigators who use science to solve baffling cases. It lasted for three seasons.

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO)
Following the misadventures of a fictional version of series creator Larry David, this show comes to a close after 12 seasons — for now, at least.

Death and Other Details (Hulu)
A murder mystery series starring Violett Beane and Mandy Patinkin, this show was cancelled by the streamer after one season. 

Everything Now (Netflix)
This British teen comedy-drama series follows a girl from London who returns to school after a stay in the hospital due to anorexia. It ended after eight episodes.

Evil (Paramount+)
This supernatural series began on CBS and moved to the streamer after one season. It was revealed that season four will end the show, though one star hopes another outlet will pick it up.

Extended Family (NBC)
A comedy, this series revolves around a couple who have an amicable divorce and take turns living in the family home and raising their children. Things get more complicated when the wife/mom begins dating another man. It was cancelled after one season.

The Family Chantel (TLC)
This reality series follows the relationship of 90 Day Fiancé couple Chantel Everett and Pedro Jimeno. Season five is the end of their relationship and the show.

Good Bones (HGTV)
Mother and daughter duo Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak Hawk flip houses together in Indianapolis. The renovation series ends with its eighth season.

The Good Doctor (ABC)
Starring Freddie Highmore, this medical drama follows Shaun Murphy (Highmore), a young autistic surgeon who relocates to work at the prestigious San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital. There won’t be an eighth season.

Good Trouble (Freeform)
A spin-off of The Fosters, this drama follows siblings Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) as they relocate to an apartment building in Los Angeles. It ends with season five.

The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)
A dystopian series based on the novel by Margaret Atwood, this award-winning drama ends with its sixth season.

Hightown (Starz)
A crime drama, this series follows Jackie Quiñones (Monica Raymund), a National Marine Fisheries Service Agent and addict who takes on organized crime on Cape Cod. Season three is the end.

Hilda (Netflix)
An animated series, this show follows Hilda (Bella Ramsey) as she travels to a magical wilderness and makes friends. Season three is the end

Jodie (Comedy Central)
The plans for this Daria spin-off series were cancelled in March 2024.

Julia (Max)
Loosely based on the life of iconic author and TV host/chef Julia Child (Sarah Lancashire), this show was cancelled after two seasons.

Lando (Disney+)
Part of the Star Wars franchise, this series was to revolve around a young Lando Calrissian. The project will now be a feature film

The Lazarus Project (TNT)
This British sci-fi drama follows a man who joins a secret organization that can turn back time when the world is about to end. Season two is the end.

A League of Their Own (Prime Video)
An adaptation of the 1992 film, this comedy-drama series revolves around the Rockford Peaches, a women’s team in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League of 1943. It was renewed for an abbreviated second and final season. The streamer later cancelled those plans.

Letterkenny (Hulu)
Season 12 is the end for the Hicks, the Skids, and the Hockey Players of the small Canadian community of Letterkenny.

Lotería Loca (CBS)
Hosted by Jaime Camill, this low-rated game show aired for four episodes before being pulled off the air by the network.

Magnum PI (NBC)
CBS cancelled this reboot of the 1980s crime drama series after four seasons. NBC picked up the show for another season and split the 20-episode order up over two broadcast seasons. It was later confirmed that the show’s been cancelled a second time, and season five is the end

Metropolis (Apple TV+)
The streamer dropped its plans for a series based on the classic 1927 film and book of the same name.

Nautilus (Disney+)
Telling the origin story of Captain Nemo from Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea novel, this show was cancelled due to cost-cutting. The episodes have been filmed and will be shopped elsewhere.

NCIS: Hawai’i (CBS)
An action series revolving around a team of NCIS agents stationed in Hawai’i, this show was cancelled after three seasons.

Not Dead Yet (ABC)
This single-camera comedy, which ran for two seasons, follows a newspaper obituary writer who starts getting advice from her deceased subjects.

Obliterated (Netflix)
This action dramedy series revolves around an elite crew in Las Vegas who must fight through their intoxications to try to save the day from a nuclear bomb. It ran one season.

Our Flag Means Death (Max)
Loosely based on the life of Stede Bonnet, this romantic comedy series follows Bonnet as he leaves his society life to become a pirate and find love. It was dropped before the three-season story could be completed.

The Peripheral (Prime Video)
A sci-fi drama revolving around a woman (Chloë Grace Moretz) trying to keep her family together, this show was initially renewed for a second season. That renewal was rescinded due to production delays caused by the ongoing strikes.

Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin (Peacock)
Revolving around Adam Devine’s character from the Pitch Perfect movies, this comedy series was renewed for a second season. That order was rescinded due to delays caused by the actors and writers strikes. 

Pretty Hard Cases (Amazon Freevee)
This police comedy-drama series originates in Canada and was released on the streamer in the United States. It ended after three seasons.

The Problem with Jon Stewart (Apple TV+)
A current affairs series, this show was cancelled after two seasons over creative differences between Stewart and Apple.

Quantum Leap (NBC)
A continuation of the original sci-fi series of the same name, this series was cancelled after two seasons due to low ratings.

Rap Sh!t (Max)
This comedy series created by Issa Rae, follows a pair of estranged best friends from high school who reunite and accidentally create a rap video that goes viral. It was cancelled after two seasons.

Ratched (Netflix)
A psychological thriller series based on Nurse Mildred Rached from the One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest movie, this show was given an initial two-season order. The second season order was later rescinded.

Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (HBO)
This sports news magazine debuted in 1995, won over 32 Emmy Awards, and amassed more than 300 episodes. Season 29 is the end.

Scavengers Reign (Max)
An adult animated sci-fi series, it follows the crew of a damaged deep space freighter as they take refuge on an alien planet. The series was cancelled after one season, but the creators planned to find a new home for it.

Seasoned (Showtime)
In April 2023, the cable channel ordered a series inspired by the relationship between Mandy Patinkin and his wife, Kathryn Grody. Two months later, Showtime pulled the plug, but Sony Pictures Television planned to shop the series to other outlets.

Sex Education (Netflix)
A British comedy-drama about a young man (Asa Butterfield) whose mother is a sex therapist (Gillian Anderson), this show wraps up with its fourth season.

Shining Vale (Starz)
Starring Courteney Cox and Greg Kinnear, this comedy horror series revolves around a dysfunctional family that moves to a small town and a house where terrible things have happened. It was cancelled after two seasons

Siesta Key (MTV)
This reality series, which follows a group of friends living in Florida, has ended after five seasons. However, it could return later, potentially with a new cast.

Snowpiercer (AMC)
Set seven years after the planet has been turned into a frozen wasteland, the story follows the surviving humans as they inhabit a long train that constantly circles the planet. The fourth season ends the story.

So Help Me Todd (CBS)
This legal dramedy follows the uneasy partnership between a successful attorney who’s dealing with the end of her marriage and her private detective son who’s fallen on hard times. It was cancelled after two seasons.

Sort Of (Max)
This comedy series follows Sabi Mehboob (co-creator Bilal Baig), a gender-fluid twenty-something, as they try to balance their professional and personal lives. Season three is the end.

The Spiderwick Chronicles (Disney+)
Based on a series of fantasy novels, the streamer dropped plans to air this show due to Disney’s plans to focus on company-owned properties. 

Star Trek: Discovery (Paramount+)
Initially set a decade ahead of the original Star Trek series, the crew of the USS Discovery ends up traveling 900 years into the future. Season five is the end.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch (Disney+)
This animated sci-fi show is a sequel to the 2008-20 Star Wars: The Clone Wars series and revolves around a group of elite clone troopers with genetic mutations. It ends with season three.

Station 19 (ABC)
A spin-off of Grey’s Anatomy, this first responder drama is one of the network’s highest-rated scripted series. Regardless, it ends with season seven.

Sweet Tooth (Netflix)
A fantasy-drama series, this show takes place in a world where a virus has killed much of the human population, coinciding with the emergence of human-animal hybrid babies. Season three wraps up the series.

Tacoma FD (truTV)
Revolving around a firehouse in one of the rainiest cities in the country, this comedy series was laid off after four seasons and 49 episodes.

Top Boy (Netflix)
The streamer revived the British crime drama cancelled after two seasons. The revival lasted three seasons.

The Umbrella Academy (Netflix)
Following a dysfunctional family of adopted superheroes who were all born on the same day, this series ends with season four.

Uncoupled (Showtime)
A comedy-drama starring Neil Patrick Harris, this show was cancelled by Netflix after one season but it was revived by Showtime for a second season. In part due to the 2023 industry strikes. Showtime dropped the project.

The Venery of Samantha Bird (Starz)
This series revolves around a woman who enters a romance with her childhood sweetheart after returning to her hometown. The series was cancelled before all of the episodes were produced. 

Vikings: Valhalla (Netflix)
Set 100 years after the events in the original Vikings series, this historical drama follows the life of Leif Erikson (Sam Corlett). Season three ends the series

What We Do in the Shadows (FX)
A horror mockumentary series about a group of dysfunctional vampires living on Staten Island, this show ends with its sixth season.  Sorry, Guillermo.

You (Netflix)
A psychological thriller, this drama follows Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), a charming serial killer. Season five is the end of the road

Young Sheldon (CBS)
A coming-of-age prequel series, this comedy comes to a close as Sheldon reaches events set up in the original Big Bang Theory series.

Check out our status sheets to track new TV series pickups, renewals, and cancellations. You can find lists of cancelled shows here.

What do you think? Have any of your favorite shows been cancelled? Which ones are you sorry to see end?

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