All the TV shows that are ending or have been canceled in 2019

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“Broad City” will end after its fifth season.
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  • Networks and streaming services are starting to cancel some TV shows.
  • Some shows entered 2019 knowing their final seasons would air this year, like “Game of Thrones.”
  • INSIDER compiled a list of shows that are ending or have been canceled in 2019.

While some shows are getting picked up for more seasons, other TV series are already getting the axe.

NBC already announced the end of “Trial and Error,” and Hulu canceled “I Love You, America With Sarah Silverman.” Some shows, including History’s “Vikings” and USA’s “Suits,” have received orders for one final season.

2019 will also mark the end of some beloved series, including HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”

Here is a list of all the shows that are ending or have been canceled in 2019. We’ll update this list as more cancellations are announced.


“A Series of Unfortunate Events” — Netflix, three seasons

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The series was based on a book series of the same name.
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Eike Schroter/Netflix

The final season was released Tuesday, January 1, 2019.


“Gotham” — Fox, five seasons

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David Mazouz and Camren Bicondova star on “Gotham.”
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FOX

The series returned for its final season Thursday, January 3, 2019.


“You’re the Worst” — FXX, five seasons

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It airs on FX’s sister site.
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Byron Cohen/FXX

The series returned for its final season Wednesday, January 9, 2019.


“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” — The CW, four seasons

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Rachel Bloom stars on the series.
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CW

The series returned for the final half of its last season Friday, January 11, 2019.


“Broad City” — Comedy Central, five seasons

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Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer star.
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Comedy Central

The series returned for its final season Thursday, January 24, 2019.


“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” — Netflix, four seasons

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Ellie Kemper and Tituss Burgess star.
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IMDb/Netflix

The second half of the final season premieres Friday, January 25, 2019.


“Shadowhunters” — Freeform, three seasons

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Katherine McNamara and Emeraude Toubia star on the series.
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John Medland/Freeform

The second half of the final season premieres Monday, February 25, 2019.


“Jane the Virgin” — The CW, five seasons

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Gina Rodriguez stars on the series.
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Patrick Wymore/The CW

The series returns for its final season on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.


“Game of Thrones” — HBO, season eight

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Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington star on the series.
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HBO

The series returns for its final season Sunday, April 14, 2019.


“iZombie” — The CW, five seasons

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Rose McIver stars on the series.
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CW

The series returns for its final season Thursday, May 2, 2019.


“The Big Bang Theory” — CBS, 12 seasons

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Kaley Cuoco and Jim Parson star on the series.
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Michael Yarish/Warner Bros. Entertainment/ABC

The finale will air in 2019.


“Teachers” — TV Land, three seasons

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The series is a sitcom.
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TV Land

The finale will air in 2019.


“Veep” — HBO, seven seasons

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus stars on the series.
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HBO

The final season is set to premiere in spring 2019.


“Homeland” — Showtime, eight seasons

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Claire Danes stars on the series.
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JoJo Whilden/Showtime

The final season will premiere fall 2019.


“The Deuce” — HBO, three seasons

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The show follows the porn industry in New York City during the ’70s and ’80s.
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Paul Shiraldo/HBO

The final season will air in 2019.


“Elementary” — CBS, seven seasons

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Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu star on the series.
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CBS

The final season will air in 2019.


“Orange Is the New Black” — Netflix, seventh season

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Laura Prepon and Natasha Lyonne star on the series,
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Netflix

The final season will air in 2019.


“Mr. Robot” — USA, four seasons

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Rami Malek stars on the series.
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USA

The final season will air in 2019.


“The Affair” — Showtime, five seasons

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Ruth Wilson and Dominic West on the series.
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Showtime

The final season will air in 2019.


“Transparent” — Amazon, five seasons

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“Transparent” doesn’t have a premiere date yet.
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Amazon

The final season will air in 2019. Star Jeffrey Tambor will not return to the show after being fired over sexual harassment allegations made by two women, which he has denied.


“Killjoys” — Syfy, five seasons

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Aaron Ashmore, Hannah John-Kamen, and Luke Macfarlane star on the series,
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Syfy

The final season is set to air in 2019.


“Criminal Minds” — CBS, 15 seasons

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“Criminal Minds” features a large cast.
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CBS

The final season will premiere in 2019.


“Suits” — USA, nine seasons

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The final season will be 10 episodes.
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USA Network

It was announced in January 2019 that the series will end after the ninth season.


“Vikings” — History, six seasons

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Katheryn Winnick stars on the series.
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History

It was announced in January 2019 that the series will end with its sixth season.


“Poldark” — PBS/BBC, five seasons

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Aidan Turner stars on the series.
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PBS

The series will end after its fifth season.


“I Love You, America With Sarah Silverman” — Hulu, one season

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Sarah Silverman was the host.
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Hulu

The series was canceled in January 2019.


“Channel Zero” — Syfy, four seasons

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It was an anthology series.
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Syfy

The series was canceled in January 2019.


“Trial and Error” — NBC, two seasons

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Nicholas D’Agosto and Kristin Chenoweth on season two.
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Sergei Bachlakov/NBC

The series was canceled in January 2019.


“The First” — Hulu, one season

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Sean Penn starred on the series.
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Alan Markfield/Hulu

The series was canceled in January 2019.


“Fuller House” — Netflix, five seasons

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The cast includes original members from “Full House.”
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Netflix

The final season will air fall 2019.


“Modern Family” — ABC, 11 seasons

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The series is coming to an end.
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ABC/Hopper Stone

The ABC sitcom’s final season will premiere in fall 2019.


“Legion” — FX, three seasons

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Dan Stevens stars on the series.
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FX

The final season will air in June.


“Travelers” — Netflix, three seasons

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Eric McCormack starred on the series.
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Jeff Weddell/Netflix

The season was canceled in February 2019.


“Counterpart” — Starz, two seasons

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JK Simmons starred on the series.
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Starz

The series was canceled in February 2019.


“The Punisher” — Netflix, two seasons

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Jon Bernthal stars on “The Punisher.”
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Netflix

The series was canceled in February 2019.


“Jessica Jones” — Netflix, three seasons

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Krysten Ritter stars on the series.
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David Giesbrecht/Netflix

The series is returning for a third and final season in 2019.


“Friends From College” — Netflix, two seasons

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The final season aired in 2019.
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Netflix

The series was canceled in February 2019.


“Man In the High Castle” — Amazon, four seasons

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Rufus Sewell stars on the series.
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Amazon

The final season will air in late 2019.


“Arrow” — The CW, eight seasons

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Stephen Amell stars as the titular hero on “Arrow.”
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Dan Power/The CW

There will only be 10 episodes on its final season.


“Nightflyers” — Syfy, one season

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“Nightflyers” was also a 1987 film.
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SyFy

The series was based on George R.R. Martin’s novella.


“SMILF” — Showtime, two seasons

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Frankie Shaw on “SMILF.”
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Mark Schafer/Showtime

Showtime canceled the series in March.


“Crashing” — HBO, three seasons

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Pete Holmes on “Crashing.”
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HBO

The last episode aired in March.


“One Day at a Time” — Netflix, three seasons

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“One Day at a Time” was inspired by Norman Lear’s series of the same name.
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Michael Yarish/Netflix

Netflix announced the cancellation in a tweet.


“Schitt’s Creek” — Pop, six seasons

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This is one of the best shows on television.
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Pop

Dan and Eugene Levy announced that the series would end after six seasons.

“We also wanted to take this opportunity to let you know that we’ve decided season six will be our last,” they wrote. “We are so grateful to have been given the time and creative freedom to tell this story in its totality, concluding with a final chapter that we had envisioned from the very beginning.”


“Supernatural” — The CW, 15 seasons

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Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, and Misha Collins star on the series.
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Diyah Pera/The CW

The series will return in fall 2019 for its 15th and final season.


“Preacher” — AMC, four seasons

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Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer.
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AMC

The drama, executive produced by Seth Rogen, will return for its final 10-episode season in August.