All the TV shows that have been canceled in 2018

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As the year flies by, the list of canceled TV shows piles up.

Networks are starting to make announcements in May, including Fox which canceled comedies “The Mick,” “Brooklyn Nine Nine,” and “The Last Man on Earth.”

ABC also canceled the previously renewed “Roseanne” revival in late May, after Roseanne Barr posted a racist tweet about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett.

Amazon kicked off the year with a slew of cancellations, announcing the end of three quirky comedies, including the Golden Globe nominee “I Love Dick” and the comedian Tig Notaro’s semi-autobiographical show, “One Mississippi.” It canceled Golden Globe nominee “Mozart in the Jungle” in April, after four seasons, and recently canceled “Transparent,” which will end after the upcoming fifth season.

Also in April, Netflix canceled the 90s coming-of-age comedy, “Everything Sucks,” which came to the streaming service in February.

There are many more cancellations to come, as networks announce the fate of newer shows as well as older ones.

We’ll update this list as more are announced.

Here are all the shows that have been canceled this year, including those from networks and Netflix:


Amazon

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“Jean-Claude Van Johnson” — Amazon, one season

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“I Love Dick” — Amazon, one season

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“One Mississippi” — Amazon, two seasons

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“Mozart in the Jungle” — Amazon, four seasons

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“Transparent” — Amazon five seasons

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The upcoming fifth season, which will not star Jeffrey Tambor, will be its last. Tambor was fired after Amazon investigated allegations of sexual harassment made by two women (Tambor has denied them).


ABC

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“The Mayor” — ABC, one season

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“Once Upon a Time” — ABC, seven seasons

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“The Crossing” — ABC, one season

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“Quantico” — ABC, three seasons

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The third season, and series, finale will air May 17.


“Marvel’s Inhumans” — ABC, one season

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“Ten Days in the Valley” — ABC, one season

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“Alex, Inc” — ABC, one season

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“Designated Survivor” — ABC, two seasons

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“Deception” — ABC, one season

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“Kevin (Probably) Saves the World” — ABC, one season

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“Roseanne” revival — ABC, one season

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After picking it up for a second season, ABC canceled the revival after its star Roseanne Barr posted a racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett, a former adviser to President Barack Obama.


CBS

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Erinn Hayes and Kevin James.
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“Living Biblically” — CBS, one season

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“Superior Donuts” — CBS, two seasons

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Judd Hirsch as Arthur, left, and Jermaine Fowler as Franco on “Superior Donuts.”
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“Me, Myself & I” — CBS, one season

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“Me, Myself & I” stars Bobby Moynihan, left, and Jaleel White.
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“9JKL” — CBS, one season

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“Scorpion” — CBS, four seasons

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“Kevin Can Wait” — CBS, two seasons

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“Code Black” — CBS, three seasons

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The CW

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

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Its fourth season, which will most likely start airing in Fall 2018, will be its last.


“Life Sentence” — The CW, one season

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“Jane the Virgin” — The CW, five seasons

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Its fifth season, which will most likely start airing in Fall 2018, will be its last.


“Valor” — The CW, one season

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Fox

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“Brooklyn Nine Nine” — Fox, five seasons

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NBC has decided to bring “Brooklyn Nine Nine” back for another season.


“The Mick” — Fox, two seasons

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“The Last Man on Earth” — Fox, four seasons

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Will Forte stars on Fox’s comedy with the deceptive title “The Last Man on Earth.”
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“The Exorcist” — Fox, two seasons

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“Lucifer” — Fox, three seasons

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HBO

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“Here and Now” — HBO, one season

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“Chance” — Hulu, two seasons

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“The Path” — Hulu, three seasons

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NBC

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“Shades of Blue” — NBC, three seasons

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“Rise” — NBC, one season

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“Great News” — NBC, two seasons

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“The Brave” — NBC, one season

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“Taken” — NBC, two seasons

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Clive Standen as young Bryan Mills on NBC’s “Taken.”
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Netflix

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“Lady Dynamite” — Netflix, two seasons

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“Disjointed” — Netflix, one season

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“Everything Sucks” — Netflix, one season

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“Seven Seconds” — Netflix, one season

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“The Librarians” — TNT, four seasons

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“Versailles” — BBC, three seasons

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“Ash vs Evil Dead” — Starz, three seasons

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“Broad City” — Comedy Central, five seasons

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Its fifth season, set to air in 2019, will be its last.


“The Expanse” — SyFy, three seasons

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Amazon picked up the show for a fourth season.