TV shows canceled in 2017-18: 38 and counting

Not everything can be a hit. In fact, very few TV shows can, which then leaves networks and streaming services with the decision of which non-hits to keep and which ones to let go.

This is the place for the ones that were let go. Here is a list of TV series canceled during the 2017-18 season.

See also the list of shows in their final seasons in 2017-18 and those renewed for 2018-19 and beyond.

BROADCAST

“Harry” (Syndicated) – ending in summer 2018
“Living Biblically” (CBS)
“The Mayor” (ABC)
“Me, Myself & I” (CBS)
“The Night Shift” (NBC)
“Ten Days in the Valley” (ABC)
“Wisdom of the Crowd” (CBS)
“Zoo” (CBS)

CABLE/STREAMING

“Ash vs. Evil Dead” (Starz)
“Barstool Van Talk” (ESPN2)
“Beyond” (Freeform)
“Chance” (Hulu)
“Chelsea” (Netflix)
“Damnation” (USA)
“Dice” (Showtime)
“Difficult People” (Hulu)
“Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency” (BBC America)
“Disjointed” (Netflix)
“Everything Sucks!” (Netflix)
“Game Shakers” (Nick)
“Graves” (Epix)
“Haters Back Off” (Netflix)
“I Love Dick” (Amazon)
“Jean-Claude Van Johnson” (Amazon)
“Lady Dynamite” (Netflix)
“The Librarians” (TNT)
“Lopez” (TV Land)
“The Mist” (Spike)
“Mozart in the Jungle” (Amazon)
“Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn” (Nickelodeon)
“One Mississippi” (Amazon)
“Playing House” (USA)
“The Quad” (BET)
“School of Rock” (Nickelodeon)
“Seven Seconds” (Netflix)
“Still the King” (CMT)
“Throwing Shade” (TV Land)
“White Famous” (Showtime)