Dozens of TV Shows Canceled Across Networks Ahead of Upfronts

It’s that time of year again. As the major networks prepare for annual upfront presentations in New York next week, they’re sharpening their axes, canceling shows left and right to make room for new titles in the fall. The house-cleaning includes both freshmen series like Fox’s trio of newcomers — “Son of Zorn,” “Making History,” and “APB” — bubble shows like “Sleepy Hollow,” and veterans like Tim Allen’s “Last Man Standing” on ABC.

Fox

“Scream Queens”: Ryan Murphy’s horror comedy struggled to find an audience, despite its strong social media buzz.

“Sleepy Hollow”: After developing a loyal fanbase, “Sleepy Hollow,” starring Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane, was canceled after four seasons. The supernatural drama saw its ratings drop sharply in Season 4, averaging a 0.5 rating in the 18-49 demo and 1.9 million total viewers — down 40% in the demo and and 37% in viewers from the previous season.

“Rosewood”: The police procedural drama, centered around a Miami pathologist played by Morris Chestnut, was axed after two seasons. The show originally aired on Wednesdays as the lead-in to “Empire.” The ratings quickly plummeted when it moved to Thursdays and then Fridays this season. It closed out Season 2 down more than 50% in the key demo and nearly 40% in total viewers compared to its first season.

Pitch”: The baseball drama about the fictional first female MLB player failed to find an audience and struck out after a single season. Despite early buzz, the show averaged a 0.8 live-plus-same-day Nielsen rating in the 18-49 demo and 3 million total viewers per episode. The cancellation, however, offers good news for “Riverdale” — Mark Consuelos will be able to resume his role as Veronica Lodge’s father Hiram.

“Son of Zorn”: The live-action/CGI hybrid starring Jason Sudeikis debuted to solid ratings back in September, with a 2.4 rating in adults 18-49 and 6.1 million viewers. However, it shed over 50% of that audience the following week, with subsequent episodes slipping even further.

“Making History”: The Adam Pally-starrer failed to make much of an impact from the onset, opening to an anemic 0.9 rating in adults 18-49 and 2.2 million viewers. Things quickly went downhill from there, with the comedy averaging a 0.7 and 1.6 million viewers over 9 episodes.

“APB”: By the time freshman drama “APB” wrapped Season 1, the series averaged only a 0.8 rating in adults 18-49 and 3.4 million viewers.

ABC

“Last Man Standing”: Tim Allen’s follow-up to “Home Improvement” was sent packing after six seasons as ratings waned in the last season.

“Time After Time”: The period drama starring Freddie Stroma as H.G. Wells was pulled from ABC’s schedule late March, effectively canceling the freshman drama after only five episodes.

“Conviction”: The series starring Hayley Atwell as a former First Daughter blackmailed into heading a New York unit dedicated to examining suspected wrongful convictions wasn’t re-elected after its first season.

“American Crime”: John Ridley’s prestige drama starring Felicity Huffman and Regina King had three critically acclaimed seasons, but the response from viewers didn’t hold sway. The Season 3 finale drew a mere 0.4 in the adults 18-49 demo.

“Secrets and Lies”: Based on the Australian television series of the same name, the second season of “Secrets and Lies” was held back last midseason, launching this past fall instead — a year and a half after the end of the first season. The series was pulled after ratings plummeted significantly.

“Imaginary Mary”: After just one season on the air, Jenna Elfman’s sitcom was canceled after its ratings couldn’t compete with other ABC comedy series.

“Dr. Ken”: ABC pulled the plug on “Dr. Ken,” the sitcom from “The Hangover” and “Community” actor Ken Jeong, after two seasons. Jeong also served as creator, writer, and executive producer/director. The show’s ratings dropped in its sophomore season, averaging 5.1 million viewers per episode, with a 1.1 in the 18-to-49 demo.

“The Real O’Neals”: Another sophomore comedy, “The Real O’Neals” got the ax after delivering disappointing ratings in its second year.

“The Catch”: Like “Dr. Ken,” ABC dropped the Peter Krause and Mireille Enos-starrer after two seasons. The Shondaland caper averaged 4.6 million viewers this season.

NBC

“Chicago Justice”: Dick Wolf’s law-inspired spinoff for the city of Chicago was canceled after a single season, which averaged a 1.1 rating and 6.1 million viewers per episode. It was the lowest rated of all four “Chicago” series.

“Emerald City”: The Oz-based show starring Adria Arjona as Dorothy Gale reached the end of the yellow brick road after one season. Its ratings slowly plummeted with each additional episode.

“Powerless”: The DC-universe set show exploring the lives of citizens attempting to protect themselves from superhero-induced catastrophes had its last three episodes pulled after consistently low ratings.

“The Blacklist: Redemption”: The crime thriller spinoff of “The Blacklist,” starring Famke Janssen, was canceled after just one season. The show drew middling ratings, averaging a 0.8 in the 18-49 demo, according to Nielsen live-plus-same-day numbers.

MTV

“Sweet/Vicious”: Starring Eliza Bennett and Taylor Dearden, “Sweet/Vicious” followed two teenagers set on becoming vigilantes at their high school, particularly against perpetrators of sexual assault. The show, however, received lackluster ratings and was canceled after one season.

The CW

“Frequency”: Pulled after just one season, “Frequency” featured Peyton List as Raimy Sullivan, and NYPD detective who realizes she can communicate with her deceased father using a ham radio. It averaged a 0.26 rating in adults 18-49 and 936,000 viewers per episode

“No Tomorrow”: Based on a Brazilian TV series about a woman compiling an “apocalist” — a bucket list to complete before the end of the world — “No Tomorrow” — another CW freshman series — won’t see another day.  The show drew a 0.26 and 794,000 viewers.

WGN America

“Outsiders”: Marking WGN America’s third attempt as original programming, “Outsiders” was canceled after two season, just one season less than the network’s longest-running original program.

CBS

“The Odd Couple”: The Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon multi-camera comedy averaged a 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demo and 5 million total viewers. CBS decided not to extend its 13-episode order for Season 3 back in November, but the cancellation is now official.

“Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders”: The “Criminal Minds” spinoff, starring Gary Sinise, never saw the ratings its parent show enjoyed. Season 2 is currently averaging a 0.8 rating in adults 18-49 and 5 million viewers per episode, down significantly in both measures from Season 1.

“The Great Indoors”: The Joel McHale and Christopher Mintz-Plasse sitcom averaged a 1.4 rating and 6.9 million viewers per episode, but was still pulled, despite being one of the network’s highest-rated comedies.

“2 Broke Girls”: The comedy, starring Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs as waitresses, has been canceled after six seasons at CBS. The series posted solid ratings throughout its run. Season 6 averaged a 1.3 rating in adults 18-49 and 5.6 million viewers per episode, airing mostly on Monday nights.

“Doubt”: In possibly the most ruthless cancellation of the season, “Doubt,” a courtroom drama starring Katherine Heigl and Dule Hill was booted after only two episodes aired. The second episode of the drama shed almost half of the total viewership of its lead-in, “Criminal Minds.”

“Pure Genius”: The medical drama starring Dermot Mulroney was forced to end its run after one season. The series averaged only a 0.9 Nielsen live-plus-same-day rating among adults 18-49 over four episodes.

USA Network

“Eyewitness”: Based on a Norwegian television series, the show centered around the relationship between two boys after they witness a triple homicide. Despite the presence of “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” veteran Julianne Nicholson, the series couldn’t find an audience over its first 10 episodes.

The Disney Channel

“Girl Meets World”: The spinoff of the hit Disney channel show “Boy Meets World” got the hammer after three seasons.

Syfy

“Incorporated”: The Ben Affleck and Matt Damon-backed dystopian drama, which depicted a world controlled be multinational corporations, was axed after one season. It averaged a live-plus-same-day audience of just under 500,000 and a 0.16 in the 18-49 demographic.

Cinemax

“The Knick”: Cinemax pulled the plug on the acclaimed Steven Soderbergh drama after two seasons.

FXX

“Man Seeking Woman”: The comedy starring Jay Baruchel and Eric Andre, and created by Simon Rich ended its search after three seasons, by the end unable to retain even half of lead-in “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s” audience.

Freeform

“Baby Daddy”: The Freeform series will end at the conclusion of its sixth season. The May 22 finale will now serve as a series finale.

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  1. Mark Tilley says:

    Would love to see some one pick up the great indoors. And last man standing and put them on a back to back.

  2. What Rosanna Maria said below cannot be better said, so I will repeat it here for the fools running the networks into the ground: “This is the major reason I don’t bother watching network tv anymore. The majority of quick cancellations are almost always network.The entire decline of network, anyway, is due to the fact that they never give anything a chance. Most award winning shows of yesterday would never make it in today’s instant gratification market. Liking a TV show instantly? Doesn’t happen for me…Cable, Netflix, Amazon, etc., are much more likely to give a show several seasons…at least give them a chance for people to discover it.”

    Some of the shows they canceled were excellent, but they either didn’t market them well, or didn’t give them a chance to develop a following (both is true for Emerald City), which takes time in this busy modern world we live in. Even more important is the fact that trying to ascertain viewership based on Nielsen Rating is a joke, and everyone in the industry knows it–though the idiot critics continue to play along. It’s not 1950; Americans don’t watch TV remotely the same way as we did then. But the networks refuse to acknowledge this, or to take in the numbers from streaming sources, downloads, Netflix, Hulu, blu-ray sales, etc. I suspect that it’s because the bogus Nielsens allows them a pretense to cancel whatever they feel like canceling.

  3. emel1981 says:

    Nary a one will be missed. Garbage in Garbage out.

  4. Mary Sue Sagor says:

    Forgive me, i was wrong. I had also watched Blacklist: Redemption, but the scripts did not even MENTION his wife and child, which was very weird to me. I think he made one call home and that was it. I was hoping that the next season would expand his life (at least in conversations!) to include them. I also watched a couple of episodes of Emerald City, but just couldn’t get into it – and I think Time After Time painted itself into a corner. The premise was interesting, but the execution did not seem to be well-thought-out. OK. That’s it. NONE of the other shows sounded interesting enough to me that I even bothered to tune in.

  5. Mary Sue Sagor says:

    Out of that very long list of cancellations, I had only watched two of the shows and enjoyed them both very much: Sleepy Hollow and Rosewood. i will miss both of them and wish I had a way to save them, but from past experience i know that my one little comment will make no more difference to FOX than it did to any of the other networks.

  6. Rosanna Marie says:

    This is the major reason I don’t bother watching network tv anymore. The majority of quick cancellations are almost always network..The entire decline of Network, anyway, is due to the fact that they never give anything a chance. Most award winning shows of yesterday would never make it in today’s instant gratification market. Liking a tv show instantly? Doesn’t happen for me…Cable, Netflix, Amazon etc are much more likely to give a show several seasons..at least give them a chance for people to discover it,.

  7. malcolm says:

    US tv could learn a lot about doing event drama from Asian tv especially Korean …they don’t really try to get long running drama series so you very rarely get a cliffhanger for a second series because they concentrate putting out a show that tells a one season story..some of these shows are better or at least the equal of the very best “Western” ones

  8. Jane says:

    Last Man Standing was hilarious. I love Tim Allen. Disappointed it won’t see another season. I don’t agree with the character’s politics, but Tim Allen played him perfectly – it IS possible for someone to have different political beliefs than you and still like that person. Something more Americans should really bloody well learn.

    Disappointed that The Great Indoors, The Odd Couple, Sleepy Hollow, Pitch, Powerless, No Tomorrow, Pure Genius, Baby Daddy and Conviction are all toast as well. Honestly, it’s nice having non-reality TV that isn’t full of sex, or gore, or swearing to watch. Sadly it seems that a large portion of the viewing public would rather the more offensive shows than something light and fun to watch after a long day at work. All the more reason to ditch cable and just stream what I actually have an interest in. Screw the TV companies that keep cancelling shows without giving them a proper chance, because the American public want pay off RIGHT GOD DAMN NOW instead of letting a series get the chance to create the world it’s based in.

  9. worthymagic says:

    How about the ratings for Chicago Justice STUNK? on the other hand, the live ratings for Shades of Blue were even more horrendous, and NBC brought it back. It think RGallagher meant Dick Wolf, not Dick York. Nothing like brain freeze.

  10. RGallagher says:

    Sad to see Chicago Justice going away. It was one of Dick York’s gems, but perhaps it was too intelligent and not violent enough to satisfy viewers.

  11. Jerry Smith says:

    Dr. Ken was okay but never seemed to quite find it’s footing. The Odd Couple has been done so much but it was okay and The Great Indoors became quite old real quick.

  12. illinoisatlarge says:

    Last Man Standing, the funniest show on TV is cancelled? More reasons to ignore broadcast networks and their lack of entertainment.

    • RGallagher says:

      The left can’t stand criticism unless it’s provided by the left. Last Man’s cancellation was a hatchet job. Who knows? Maybe the show colluded with Putin and the folks from Macedonia to defeat Hilary. It hasn’t made the list of reasons yet. The rating were second only to Modern Family, and it was THE solid performer in the Friday night lineup.

      • Lolo says:

        Uhhh, the “left” watched that show too! I’m about as liberal as they come, and watched “Last Man Standing” religiously… so don’t blame us for its cancellation, lol.

        And if you think not liking criticism is strictly a liberal thing, you need to open those narrow eyes a little wider – because it’s simply a human thing, and has nothing to do with political beliefs. Also, “the left” is not a single entity with one brain.

  13. I can honestly say there is not a show on this list I have ever watched. Period. I pitched my TV years ago. Never looked back!

  14. Lee says:

    Szzzzzzzzzzz. What a snooze fest.
    People are sick of the soap opera on and on style dramas and comedies of the networks.
    Netflix and Hulu producing shows that have a beginning, a middle, and an end, what were once called a mini-series, are what the people want.
    I watch those or Korean comedies and dramas that also follow that formula. So does everyone else I know.

  15. Ken Burke says:

    Shame on SyFy for getting rid of Incorporated.

  16. Mediasavvy says:

    It seems that somewhere in the Fox leadership are people who don’t like Black folks. They mangled Sleepy Hollow and gutted it of its best (and Black) actors, leaving nothing the show a farcical shell of its former self. And Rosewood was a promising crime show – again with a Black lead – that they mismanaged in the scheduling and then blamed it for its failures when they moved it to the Friday night TV graveyard.

  17. Summer Moore says:

    I’m so angry and frustrated that all the shows I watch and love are being cancelled. I had to stop watching Scandal, Arrow, How to get away with murder,greys anatomy, and a few more because they went in a weird direction that made me lose interest. Shows like Timeless, Time After Time, The Catch, Pitch, Conviction, Doubt(after only 2 episodes, seriously didn’t even give it a chance), Frequency,and many more that I began to fall in love with are also gone or on the chopping block. If I could have just one show back, it would be Timeless. I was so excited to see what was to come in that. Does Lucy get her sister Amy back? Does she help Garcia Flynn? What other time eras no places do they go next? Do those beat the James Bond episode? I also would like Time After Time, Conviction, and Pitch to get another chance. Meanwhile, we’re stuck with incredibly crappy, and somewhat shows like Crazy Exgirlfriend, Modern Family, Jane the Virgin, Blindspot, and the really stupid reality shows. Seriously, who cares about the Kardashians? Oh, you’re 16 and pregnant? Not something to brag about to be honest. I don’t understand how these girls get pregnant when they watch the show to begin with and are taught how to prevent this in school. Most of the time these girls don’t want to lose their boyfriends when asked to have sex, and they end up losing them most the time after they get pregnant anyways. A friend of mine is a teacher and she asked her class(2nd graders) to draw a picture of what they want to be when they grow up, one girl drew she wanted to be on 16 and pregnant!!What?? Then these girls go on to be Teen Moms. Some of these girls are in Tabloids for horrible things like drugs and jail. They also are terrible with relationships, getting married for the 3rd time in their young life. Some end up doing porn, getting pregnant again with multiple guys, getting boob jobs instead of using that needed money on their kids’ needs, so many things that make these girls horrible moms and not girls leading by a good example. I don’t see how anyone can look up to them. I also don’t care about any of the “real” housewives. They are not real, but are as fake and mean as they are rich. These women don’t have each other’s backs, but have stab them. I have seen many trailers for shows to come in the fall(replacing the oh so many cancelled shows), and I am not too excited at all. They seem worse than the shows they just cancelled. I don’t understand. I started to watch Doubt, and it was cancelled after 2 episodes. Are the remaining episodes going to be released on DVD? I don’t understand how th network can say it was a failed show. It wasn’t even given a chance. So, thanks for canceling all my shows, then Doubt after that. Seriously, what the heck is wrong with everyone? Every year for the past decade, networks have been cancelling at least 2 of my shows, and after only one season. This year has had the most. It’s depressing. I’m done hearing about it and not saying anything. I doubt my words will have any influence to change anyone’s mind to bring any of these shows back, but I had to try.

    • chazzmatt says:

      Good news then for you! Timeless has been renewed. Seriously, google it. NBC cancelled, then changed their minds. Coming back for 10 episodes in 2018.

  18. Mary Ziegman says:

    Very sorry to hear Last Man Standing has been cancelled. If ratings were down would have followed it to any timeslot. Exceptional show.

  19. Francesco says:

    Who cares bout rest.
    As long as last man standing Is back
    Which it is :)

  20. gildedbeard says:

    Don’t worry. Your precious cocaine trafficker will still be cashing checks from ABC’s parent company when the new Toy Story comes out.

    Obviously his beliefs and fortitude mean nothing to him. Maybe he’ll go on tour with the fake cable guy, the shitty ventriloquist and the spokesman for golden corral…

  21. Jacq says:

    The “Last Man Standing” cancellation is a real disappointment. I am amazed that “reality TV” shows remain on TV while shows like “Last Man Standing” are canceled for political views. While I do not agree with the political views of “Mike’s” character, the views were not crammed down my throat like some other shows. It had great ratings. This cancellation does not make sense. “Last Man Standing” was one of the last great shows we could watch as a family. We always have and always will enjoy anything with Tim Allen and Nancy Travis. They are truly fun to watch. Although Mike’s political views are different from our family’s, the show was an example of how we can get along with each other, despite our differing opinions; how to accept people for being individuals, and move on to other things in life. Life is not ALL about politics. Life is also about getting along in the world with other people who may not think, or believe as we do! Please reconsider the cancellation of “Last Man Standing.”

  22. Kellie says:

    I’m upset about 2 Broke Girls. That is one of the funniest sitcoms on TV right now! I don’t understand why some of these stations cancel shows that have high ratings. It makes no sense!!

  23. Paladin says:

    Great Indoors has been cancelled too? Crap. Being relatively un-PC, while refreshing to viewers, probably rubbed some CBS suits the wrong way, and they looked for excuses to can it despite its high ratings. Suddenly moving a couple of episodes to Monday night with little to warning was hardly a fair test. More like sabotage.

  24. Another Poster says:

    “The Great Indoors”: The Joel McHale and Christopher Mintz-Plasse sitcom averaged a 1.4 rating and 6.9 million viewers per episode, but was still pulled, despite being one of the network’s highest-rated comedies.
    The Great Indoors was the latest in a long line of CBS shows that had it’s ratings artificially inflated by airing after the Big Bang Theory and when it was tried out on Monday night, it’s ratings dropped like a rock, (and the other shows were cancelled as well). In the fall; Young Sheldon, (the spinoff), will air after the Big Bang Theory. The Great Indoors could not share the time slot with Young Sheldon, so it had to stand on it’s own on Monday night and it could not, so it was cancelled. A repeat episode of the Big Bang Theory, (airing after an original episode and before Mom), had better ratings than an original episode of the Great Indoors.
    Compare Thursday night ratings of the Great Indoors with the Monday night ratings and its cancellation was obvious and deserved.

  25. eb says:

    Surprised the odd couple made it out of its first season, some of the worst TV I ever watched. And that Hawaii 5-0 is still around is mind boggling……

    • richard hoover says:

      well hawaii five o gets great ratings that is why it’s still around and it has action while odd couple is a big yawn.

      • chazzmatt says:

        But there’s such plot holes and missing logic in the Hawaii Five O. They have some of the worst writers and they laugh at the intelligence of their audience. I had to stop DVR’ing that show.

  26. Ray says:

    It’s all fine with me. I didn’t watch any of these programs. In fact, I had never heard of half of them. No, wait, I did watch 15 minutes of ‘The Odd Couple’ once. That was 15 minutes of my life I’ll never get back.

  27. Jimbo says:

    For the love of god, people. ABC gave Last Man Standing SIX SEASONS. You seriously think that it was canceled because of some grudge? There are shows on this list that were canceled after a few episodes.

  28. Mickey Taulerson says:

    Last Man Standing was a descent comedy love all the actors please reconsider please.

  29. Sam says:

    Im a 36 year old black liberal male. And I loved Last Man Standing. It’s hard to find a good family show on TV anymore. Most people are both liberal and conservative I believe. It was a good show. I really hope it is picked up by it’s production company Fox. They cancel it, yet give that Modern Family two more seasons. The acting on that show is horrible besides Ed ONeil.

  30. Renee says:

    It amazes me that reality TV that truly isn’t reality at least not in a normal persons life remains on TV while shows like Last Man Standing and Rosewood are taken off. How the Kardashians remain on the air blows my mind along with the Bachelor or Bachelorette. Thankfully though 2 Broke Girls are gone! Survivor is another one – stupid show! I’ve switch to PBS for a reason!

    • Kellie says:

      Survivor has been around for many seasons because it is one of, if not the highest rated reality show on TV. You don’t have to watch it but a lot of us love the show. Also, 2 Broke Girls is the funniest sitcoms on TV, period!

  31. Michelle Anderson says:

    Thank you for finally cancelling “Two Broke Girls”! Six years of trash is enough, But, “Pure Genius?”. Oh, that’s sad. It had a lot of potential. We only watch CBS and have seen a lot of shows go by the wayside. Why not take off: Amazing Race, Survivor, 48 Hours, DWTS, and any other “reality” based junk? That’s not the average person’s reality.

  32. jesse says:

    ABC and fox and CBS screwed up canceling great shows last mam standing was a great show the catch,time after time, pitch,APB,2 broke girls,conviction, the ggreat indoors,secrets and lies,pure genius were all great shows so tired of getting hooked on great shows and them just getting canceled even if there bringing good ratings!!!

  33. Margaret says:

    Shame on ABC for cancelling Tim Allen’s show. It was funny and enlightening . God forbid to show something that most of Americans believe in. You can keep your ‘Real Housewives” of wherever and continue to bring the collective brains of our country down. Shame on you for taking a ‘real’ show off the air. Shame on CBS for cancelling Two Broke Girls. Again, funny and well watched. Same goes for Girl Meets World. Timeless was a great historical education to us all. I am getting so sick and tired of the ‘numbers’ people who think they know what is best for me to watch. They are so out of touch with what ‘real’ people watch. Who are these people that are running these networks. I guess the money gets what they want, screw the rest of us!!

  34. Kristy Moore says:

    I am absolutely heart broken that Rosewood was cancelled. I absolutely loved that show. Last Man Standing wad an absolutely brilliant show. Always love Tim Allen. Personally, I think he ruffled too many feathers.

  35. Donna hooghouse says:

    Last man standing was one of the best on tv. There just try to shut up people that agree with his point of views like Trump and gun rights and that you can’t say any thing that the Democrat don’t like . So stand up for America!!!!!!

  36. Kayla says:

    I wish other channels would pick up Rosewood, APB, Last man Standing, Time After Time, Conviction, Emerald City, Doubt and Pure Genius. All of those are great shows and shouldn’t have been cancelled. The stupid reality shows and competition shows should ave been pulled instead cause there are way too many of those shows. Maybe some of these shows will get moved to another channel, have my fingers crossed!!!

  37. Cindy says:

    The only one on this list that I’ll miss is Last Man Standing, I enjoy Tim Allen he’s is a great comedic actor!

  38. Addison says:

    Who else on here didn’t even need to watch one episode to tell Imaginary Mary would be a bust?

  39. Michael Brown says:

    They all suck. It’s the same story lines with an eardrum shattering Blue Man Group drum solo soundtrack, actors who whisper followed by machine gun fire. Me-TV is all you really need.

  40. Sophie says:

    Bummed about Incorporated on Syfy. It was excellent.

  41. MplsGal says:

    Timeless was the best. Entertaining. Informative. Great characters. Can’t someone else pick it up? Sad Day

  42. Debbi Clemons says:

    Wow, I can’t believe Last Man Standing is going..as always ABC cuts the most shows, American Crime Secrets and Lies , Convictions many more 9 in total. ABC does this all the time and I really don’t understand this network. They get really good shows with good ratings and drop them like Nashville, but keep crap like Dancing with the Star, which has nothing to do with dancing, and more to do with who is the hot at that moment. I don’t watch it anymore have not in a many years when I seen how it works…ABC has to be the worst network

  43. Rod says:

    Another reason not to watch ABC. Come on guys, are you even listening to your viewers? Thank god it’s baseball season.

  44. May says:

    Sleepy Hollow will be missed, but is understably gone. The last season is dull compared to others. And the loss of main female lead hurt.

    I never watched Last Man Standing.

  45. ebspromo says:

    Boo…I am so mad that they have canceled. Rosewood, American Crime, Sleepy Hollow, Grimm, Bones, I saw Secrets and Lies coming….and Bones & Grimm had a good rune,…but Rosewood???? I really liked Pure Genius too.

  46. Sam Kunz says:

    I knew “The Real O’Neals” with that awful character Kenny would be cancelled. I am gay and as a gay man I was deeply offended as us being branded as these sex maniacs who thinks everyone wants them in bed LOL After that interview Noah Galvin gave in which he said that other gay actors were a joke and only he is only gay actor in Hollywood worth a damn and how any male actor should “Just shut up and come to my dressing room to make out with me” LOL The ego on that unfamous bastard …..Hows that working out for ya now? Now eat your humble pie and fly right.

  47. Dona says:

    I can not believe that ABC chose to cancel Last Man Standing. So absolutely ridiculous one of the best shows on television. Any chance that another Network, Hulu or Netflix might pick it up.

    • Jewel Skye says:

      I, too, loved Last Man Standing and I also liked the timeslot of 7pm Friday night. Even as a (*whispering*) liberal, Tim Allen’s commentary was witty, smart, and spot on and I’ve always liked Nancy Travis.

  48. Ginny Voorhis says:

    The actors who do side with trump I give them a hands up . The rest of Hollywood can go bust.

  49. Always love Tim Allen no matter what. ABC can keep shows like The Bachelor, and The Bachelorette ,really, makes no sense to me.. Live on in reruns for sure. I wish another Network would pick it up. I personally do not have access to Netfix, so vote for another Network..

  50. John says:

    Mmm it seem to me that pretty much everyone else myaelf included is really bummed out that “last man standing” was cancelled above anything else. I think its stupid to cancel a sgow like that just because it had one bad sorta year!! I hope that netflix picks it up if anything!!

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