The FX drama, which stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as KGB spies living undercover in Washington, D.C. during the Cold War, will come to an end after six seasons. Created by Joe Weisberg and also featuring Noah Emmerich, the show begins its final season on March 28.
After seven seasons, Shonda Rhimes’ “Scandal” is airing its final episode on April 19. The show followed the ups and downs of Kerry Washington’s Olivia Pope as a crisis manager in Washington, D.C., along with her personal connections to the White House. The show also made stars out of Tony Goldwyn, Scott Foley, Bellamy Young and Katie Lowes.
Starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust, “Love’s” last of a three-season run was released on Netflix March 9. Co-created by Judd Apatow, the show aims to portray a more realistic look at dating and followed a couple with wild differences.
The sketch comedy series, which stars Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein and Kyle MacLachlan, will end this year with season 8. The show, which parodies life in Portland, Ore., welcomed guest stars Kumail Nanjiani, Chloe Sevigny, Steve Buscemi and Jeff Goldblum during its run.
“New Girl,” about the hi-jinks of Jess, Nick, Schmidt and Winston, will end with season 7, returning April 10 for its final episodes. Starring Zooey Deschanel, Jake Johnson and Max Greenfield, the comedy follows a young woman moving into a loft with three male roommates.
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House of Cards
After multiple sexual harassment allegations rose against star Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright will take on the lead role in the last season of “House of Cards.” The show, about the ruthless measures one couple took to get into the White House, will return to Netflix later this year.
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You’re the Worst
Starring Chris Geere, Aya Cash and Desmin Borges, “You’re the Worst” is about two self-destructive people attempting a relationship. After five seasons, the show will end in 2018.
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“The Fosters,” starring Teri Polo and Sherri Saum, is ending after five seasons, airing its final episode on June 6. The show follows a lesbian couple and their blend of biological, adoptive and foster children.
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After starting on ABC and moving to CMT, “Nashville” will have its final season with season six. After killing off star Connie Britton in season five, Hayden Panettiere, Clare Bowen and Charles Esten will finish off the series, airing its final episode on July 26.
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The family comedy, starring Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn and Charlie McDermott, will end this year after its ninth season. The show, which recently ran its 200th episode, centers around the daily lives of a dysfunctional Indiana family.
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce
About a recently divorced self-help book author struggling to adjust to her new single life, “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” will wrap up the series with season five. The final episodes will air on Bravo begining later in 2018.
A spinoff of “The Vampire Diaries,” “The Originals” follows a family of ancient vampires fighting to regain their power and control of the city. Starring Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gilles and Claire Holt, the show will end this year with season five.
“Casual,” about a bachelor brother and newly divorced sister moving in together, will finish this year after four seasons. With Michaela Watkins, Tommy Dewey and Tara Lynne Barr, the final season is available to stream on Hulu on July 31.