Every TV show that's been canceled in 2023 so far, from 'The Idol' to 'Shadow and Bone'

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As we reach the end of 2023, it's time to take a look back at the scripted dramas, comedies, and genre-bending series that have been taken off our weekly TV schedules. The wave of cancellations can be attributed to a myriad of factors, with some studios citing the now-finished WGA and SAG strikes as the reason for pulling shows, or other streaming services simply looking to save a few bucks in tax money.

Either way, the cancellation of a beloved show can feel like a particularly painful sting. Here's our comprehensive rundown of all the TV series that have been served their untimely pink slips in 2023.

Network

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ABC

A Million Little Things - Canceled after five seasons

Alaska Daily - Canceled after one season

Big Sky - Canceled after three seasons

The Company You Keep - Canceled after one season

The Final Straw - Canceled after one season

Home Economics - Canceled after three seasons

The Goldbergs - Ending after 10 seasons

The Rookie: Feds - Canceled after one season

The Wonder Years - Canceled after two seasons

CBS

East New York - Canceled after one season

N.C.I.S Los Angeles - Ending after 14 seasons

S.W.A.T. - Initially canceled, but re-ordered for final 7th season

True Lies - Canceled after one season

FOX

9-1-1 - Canceled after six seasons, picked up by ABC

Call Me Kat - Canceled after three seasons

Fantasy Island - Canceled after two seasons

The Resident - Canceled after six seasons

Welcome to Flatch - Canceled after two seasons

NBC

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American Auto - Canceled after two seasons

The Blacklist - Canceled after 10 seasons

Grand Crew - Canceled after two seasons

Magnum P.I. - Canceled after five seasons

The Wheel - Canceled after one season

Young Rock - Canceled after three seasons

The CW

Gotham Knights - Canceled after one season

Kung Fu - Canceled after three seasons

Nancy Drew - Canceled after four seasons

Superman & Lois - Canceled after four seasons

Walker: Independence - Canceled after one season

The Winchesters - Canceled after one season

Streaming

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Apple TV+

The Afterparty - Canceled after two seasons

City on Fire - Canceled after one season

Dear Edward - Canceled after one season

High Desert - Canceled after one season

The Mosquito Coast - Canceled after two seasons

Physical - Canceled after a third and final season

The Problem With Jon Stewart - Canceled after two seasons, despite a season three renewal

Suspicion - Canceled after one season

Swagger - Canceled after two seasons

Truth Be Told - Canceled after three seasons

Disney+

Big Shot - Canceled after two seasons

Doogie Kamealoha, M.D - Canceled after two seasons

The Mighty Ducks: Gamechangers - Canceled after two seasons

The Muppets Mayhem - Canceled after one season

The Mysterious Benedict Society - Canceled after two seasons

National Treasure: Edge of History - Canceled after one season

Willow - Canceled after one season

HBO / Max

A Black Lady Sketch Show - Canceled after four seasons

Avenue 5 - Canceled after two seasons

Doom Patrol - Canceled after four seasons

Gossip Girl - Canceled after two seasons

The Idol - Canceled after one season

The Other Two - Canceled after three seasons

Painting with John - Canceled after three seasons

Pennyworth - Canceled after three seasons

Perry Mason - Canceled after two seasons

South Side - Canceled after three seasons

Titans - Canceled after four seasons

Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty - Canceled after two seasons

Hulu

Kindred - Canceled after one season

The Great - Canceled after three seasons

How I Met Your Father - Canceled after two seasons

Letterkenny - Canceled after 12 seasons

Reboot - Canceled after one season

Up Here - canceled after one season

Netflix

Jessie Mei Li as Alina Starkov in “Shadow and Bone,” wearing a green soldier’s uniform and a blue and gold scarf.
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1899 - Canceled after one season

Agent Elvis - Canceled after one season

Big Mouth - Ending after eight seasons

Bling Empire - Canceled after three seasons

Bling Empire: New York - Canceled after one season

Captain Fall - Canceled after one season, despite a two-season order

The Chair - Canceled after one season

Dead End: Paranormal Park - Canceled after two seasons

Disenchantment - Ending after five seasons

Farzar - Canceled after one season

Freeridge - Canceled after one season

Glamorous - Canceled after one season

Human Resources - Canceled after two seasons

Inside Job - Canceled after one season

Lockwood & Co. - Canceled after one season

Mindhunter - Canceled after two seasons

Mo - Canceled after two seasons

Sex/Life - Canceled after two seasons

Shadow and Bone - Canceled after two seasons

Snowflake Mountain - Canceled after one season

Uncoupled - Canceled after one season, but picked up by Showtime

Paramount+

Laci Mosley as Harper Bettencourt and Miranda Cosgrove as Carly Shay in "iCarly," both smiling while wearing pink zip-up hoodies.
Credit: Lisa Rose/Paramount+

Blood & Treasure - Canceled after two seasons

Fatal Attraction - Canceled after one season

The Game - Canceled after two seasons

Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies - Canceled after one season

iCarly - Canceled after three seasons

Rabbit Hole - Canceled after one season

Star Trek: Prodigy - Canceled after one season, picked up by Netflix

Queen of the Universe - Canceled after two seasons

Peacock

One of Us Is Lying - Canceled after two seasons

Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin - Canceled after one season, despite a season two renewal

Vampire Academy - Canceled after one season

Prime Video

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Credit: Anne Marie Fox/Prime Video

A League of Their Own - Canceled after one season, despite a season two renewal

Harlan Coben's Shelter - Canceled after one season

The Horror of Dolores Roach - Canceled after one season

Hunters - Canceled after two seasons

The Peripheral - Canceled after one season, despite a season two renewal

Ten Percent - Canceled after one season

Three Pines - Canceled after one season

With Love - Canceled after two seasons

Cable

Katie Chang, voice of Maddie, and Raza Jaffrey, voice of Chanda
'Pantheon' Credit: Titmouse Inc/AMC+

AMC

61st Street - Canceled after one season, picked up by the CW

Lucky Hank - Canceled after one season

Pantheon - Canceled after one season, despite a two-season order

Soulmates - Canceled after one season, despite a season two renewal

Freeform

Cruel Summer - Canceled after two seasons

Good Trouble - Canceled after five seasons

Praise Petey - Canceled after one season

Single Drunk Female - Canceled after two seasons

The Watchful Eye - Canceled after one season

Showtime

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'Ziwe' Credit: Gwen Capistran/Showtime

American Gigolo - Canceled after one season

I Love That For You - Canceled after one season

The L Word: Generation Q - Canceled after three seasons

Let the Right One In - Canceled after one season

Three Women - Canceled before the premiere, picked up by Starz

Ziwe - Canceled after two seasons

Starz

Blindspotting - Canceled after two seasons

Heels - Canceled after two seasons

Run the World - Canceled after two seasons

TBS

Miracle Workers - Canceled after four seasons

TNT

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'Snowpiercer' Credit: Tomorrow Studios

Snowpiercer - Canceled after three seasons, but a fourth season was filmed

UPDATE: Dec. 16, 2023, 11:08 a.m. EST This post has been updated to reflect the latest cancellation news.

UPDATE: Jul. 11, 2023, 10:03 a.m. EDT This post has been updated to reflect the latest cancellation news.

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