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All the TV Shows That Have Been Canceled in 2018 (So Far)

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Each year, tons of new (and old) television shows get canceled. That’s just the way the TV biz works. Sometimes they’re really good programs that people miss. Other times…not so much.

And no show is safe. Even the extremely popular Orange is the New Black has been canceled and will conclude after Season 7. Same with The Big Bang Theory, and even The Jerry Springer ShowHere is a list of all the TV shows that have been canceled so far in 2018, broken down by network.

Amazon

Jean-Claude Van Johnson – One season

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I Love Dick – One season

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One Mississippi – Two seasons

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Mozart in the Jungle – Four seasons

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Transparent – Five seasons

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ABC

The Mayor – One season

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Once Upon a Time – Seven seasons

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The Crossing – One season

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Quantico – Three seasons

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Marvel’s Inhumans – One season

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Ten Days in the Valley – One season

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Alex, Inc. – One season

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Designated Survivor – Two seasons

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Deception – One season

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Kevin (Probably) Saves the World – One season

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Roseanne revival – One season

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CBS

Living Biblically – One season

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Superior Donuts – Two seasons

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Me, Myself & I – One season

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The Big Bang Theory – Twelve seasons

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9JKL – One season

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Scorpion – Four seasons

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Kevin Can Wait – Two seasons

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Code Black – Three seasons

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The CW

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – Four seasons

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Life Sentence – One season

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Jane the Virgin – Five seasons

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Valor – One season

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Fox

Brooklyn Nine Nine – Five seasons

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(But it was picked up by NBC)

The Mick – Two seasons

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The Last Man on Earth – Four seasons

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The Exorcist – Two seasons

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Lucifer – Three seasons

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Ghosted – One season

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HBO 

Here and Now – One season

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Hulu

Chance – Two seasons

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The Path – Three seasons

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NBC

Shades of Blue – Three seasons

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The Jerry Springer Show – Twenty-seven seasons

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Timeless – Two seasons

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Rise – One season

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Great News – Two seasons

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The Brave – One season

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Taken – Two seasons

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Netflix

Lady Dynamite – Two seasons

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Disjointed – One season

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Everything Sucks – One season

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Seven Seconds – One season

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The Break with Michelle Wolf – One season

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The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale – One season

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Marvel’s Iron Fist – Two Seasons

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Orange is the New Black – Seven seasons

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All About the Washingtons – One season

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Marvel’s Luke Cage – Two seasons

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USA

Colony – Three seasons

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Mr. Robot – Four seasons

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Shooter – Three seasons

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Notable shows being cancelled on other networks include Showtime’s Homeland, Starz’s Ash vs. Evil Dead, and TNT’s The Librarians.