News, Television
May 17, 2018

All The 2018 TV Show Cancellations

The axe has fallen, the cancellations have arrived. See if your show hit the chopping block….

Amazon kicked off the trend with a landslide of cancellations, announcing the end of three comedies, including the Golden Globe nominee “I Love Dick” and the comedian Tig Notaro’s semi-autobiographical show, “One Mississippi.” It also 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. In April, Netflix canceled the 90s coming-of-age comedy, “Everything Sucks,” which came to the streaming service in February.

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

Transparent | Amazon  



Jean-Claude Van Johnson | Amazon


I Love Dick | Amazon


One Mississippi | Amazon


Mozart in the Jungle | Amazon


The Mayor | ABC


Once Upon a Time | ABC


The Crossing | ABC


Quantico | ABC


Marvel’s Inhumans | ABC


Ten Days in the Valley | ABC



Alex, Inc | ABC


Designated Survivor | ABC


Deception | ABC



Kevin (Probably) Saves the World | ABC


Living Biblically | CBS



Superior Donuts | CBS


Me, Myself & I | CBS





Scorpion | CBS


Kevin Can Wait | CBS


Crazy Ex-Girlfriend | The CW

Life Sentence | The CW


Jane the Virgin | The CW


Valor | The CW


Brooklyn Nine Nine | Fox (Picked up by NBC)

The Mick | Fox


The Last Man on Earth | Fox


The Exorcist | Fox


Lucifer | Fox



Here and Now | HBO

Chance | Hulu


The Path | Hulu


Shades of Blue | NBC


Rise | NBC



Great News | NBC


The Brave | NBC


Taken | NBC



Lady Dynamite | Netflix


Disjointed | Netflix


Everything Sucks | Netflix


Seven Seconds | Netflix


The Librarians | TNT


Versailles | BBC


Ash vs Evil Dead | Starz


Broad City | Comedy Central


The Expanse | SyFy