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TV Show Graveyard: Ultimate List Of Great Shows That We Won’t See Anymore

Welcome to the Trending tv shows graveyard, where, since we’re helpful (and morbid), we’re cataloging the most prominent casualties of the 2021 season.

Three seasons of Hanna

Hanna, based on the 2011 film, followed adolescent Hanna (Esme Creed-Miles) as she fought to bring down the secretive government program UTRAX and the individuals behind it, who had groomed girls to be super-soldiers and killers, for three seasons on Amazon Prime Video.

Hanna had forged an alliance with her erstwhile foes, CIA agents Marissa Wiegler (Mireille Enos) and Carmichael (Dermot Mulroney), by the end of season two, and their goal for season three was to bring down UTRAX and new bad guy Gordon Evans (Ray Liotta).

According to showrunner David Farr, the six-episode third season, which premiered on Prime Video on November 24, was always supposed to be the final, and so includes a proper finish for the young assassin.

“To be honest, it was always the plan,” Farr told EW. “If you recall, when I was discussing the second season, I mentioned that it needed a ‘third act.'” I’m originally from the theatre, so I always have a full act structure in my head for how a drama would play out. And I believed there was a pretty clear arc in this situation.”

Two seasons For Life

For Life, an ABC and Sky legal drama based on the true tale of Isaac Wright, who studied law while doing time in jail, has been canceled after two seasons.

When the cast and crew of the program were filming season two, Nicholas Pinnock, who played Aaron Wallace on the show, told Digital Spy exclusively that they had no idea the project was going to be cancelled.

“We planned for the chance that there wouldn’t be one,” he said. “But we didn’t know at all, no.” “I believe there could have been more to the story.” I’m a firm believer that if there’s a demand for something… if people want it, we should do everything we can to provide it. However, if there is a demand for it and people want it, they should organize a campaign to bring it back.”

According to TV Line, viewership dropped between seasons one and two, and after being cancelled by ABC, For Life was unable to find a new home for a third season.

“Unfortunately, the live audience figures did not reflect or equal the attention on social media… When the cancellation was revealed earlier this year, Pinnock tweeted, “The catch-up statistics were pretty strong, but that doesn’t suit the concept of a network show.”

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Three seasons of Lost in Space

The third and final season of Netflix’s 2018 reincarnation of the famous 1965 TV series (which was itself a reinvention of the novel The Swiss Family Robinson) will premiere on December 1.

The show followed the Robinson family as they went off into space to colonize a new planet, only to crash-land on an entirely different rock than they had planned.

The sitcom, which starred Molly Parker, Toby Stephens, Maxwell Jenkins, and Ignacio Serricchio, had a two-year hiatus between seasons two and three, which may have influenced the decision to end it.

Showrunner Zack Estrin did hint to Variety, however, that the Robinson family’s adventure would be three seasons long.

“We’ve always considered this specific story of The Robinsons as a trilogy from the beginning,” he stated. “A three-part epic family adventure with a distinct beginning, middle, and conclusion.” It’s also worth noting that, given what these characters go through just to survive each episode, Will, Penny, Judy, Maureen, John, Don West, Dr Smith… and The Robot – if anyone deserves a breather before their next mission – it’s Will, Penny, Judy, Maureen, John, Don West, Dr Smith… and The Robot. Debbie the chicken, of course.”

Now that Lost In Space is over, Estrin has struck a deal with Netflix to create new series for the streaming site.

“As this chapter of Lost In Space draws to a close, I’m looking forward to continuing to explore new stories with my Netflix friends, as well as all the great possibilities that lay ahead.”

One season of Lovecraft Country

Lovecraft Country broadcast its first season in the winter of 2020, and a second season, titled Lovecraft Country: Supremacy, was in the works in early 2021.

However, HBO confirmed in July that the horror series will be canceled. The first season did come to an end (which we won’t reveal here), so fans weren’t left with too many unfinished business.

The odd drama featured Atticus Freeman (Jonathan Majors) as he embarked on a cross-country quest for his missing father with his friend Letitia (Jurnee Smollett) and Uncle George (Courtney B Vance) in 1950s Jim Crow America (segregated sections of the country). Along the way, they learned about the towns’ dark secrets and terrifying monsters, which were based on the imaginations of famous horror writer HP Lovecraft.

The series was nominated for an incredible 18 Emmy Awards, winning two (for Sound Editing and Courtney B Vance’s performance as a Guest Actor in a Drama Series) – but it wasn’t enough to save it from cancellation.

“When you make the decision to not go on with a project, it’s usually a confluence of events,” HBO’s Casey Bloys told Variety. That was the situation in this instance. It has to be something we believe is appropriate for us. We couldn’t get there in this scenario… I don’t think it’s fair to single out anything in particular. I don’t think this changes anything about Misha [Green, the series’ creatorwork ]’s or the recognition it received.”

Star Jonathan Majors has joined the Marvel universe as He Who Remains in Loki (and, spoiler alert, that character will later be revealed as Kang the Conqueror in the next Ant-Man and the Wasp film), while Jurnee Smollett will reprise her DC Comics role as Black Canary in the planned 2023 Black Canary spin-off film.

Three seasons of Dickinson

In September, Apple TV confirmed that Dickinson’s third season will be the final one. Emily Dickinson: A Novel premiered in 2019, starring Hailee Steinfeld as the rising 19th century poet in love with her closest friend Sue (Ella Hunt).

In a statement, creator Alena Smith stated, “When I started out to produce Dickinson, I envisioned the show as a three-season journey that would tell the genesis story of America’s greatest female poet in a totally new way, showcasing Emily’s significance and resonance in our society today” (via Variety).

“I could never have envisioned how rich and gratifying the experience of producing this show would become, and what an enormous delight it has been to tell Emily’s story alongside Hailee (Steinfeld) and our great, passionate cast and crew in my wildest dreams.”

Steinfeld has now gone on to play Kate Bishop in the Marvel TV series Hawkeye, which is presently available on Disney+.

Three seasons of Narcos: Mexico

Narcos: Mexico’s final season premiered on Netflix on November 5, and the producers have announced that there will be no additional episodes concentrating on the illegal drug trade in Mexico.

The Hollywood Reporter asked co-creator Carlo Bernard why the third season of the crime drama series will be the final one.

“I envisioned this season as the origin narrative of the contemporary world,” he explained. “It felt like taking the program up to that point where, for better or worse, we now recognize as a place to stop it made logical to me.” The show has been able to pull back the curtain and show you how it all started and progressed.”

Narcos and Narcos: Mexico each lasted three seasons, and there’s a chance the cast will reconvene for a new version set somewhere else in the future. Meanwhile, Bernard and his team are hard at work on a new project, a limited series starring Sofia Vergara from Modern Family about Colombian drug queen Griselda Blanco.

Six seasons of Supergirl

With a two-episode finale in November, Melissa Benoist put up her Supergirl cape after six seasons, with Kara attempting to beat Lex Luthor (Jon Cryer) and Nyxly (Peta Sergeant) once and for all.

“When we wrapped on set, I definitely felt a different type of finality, extremely bittersweet,” Benoist told EW in October. “In the last two weeks of shooting the show, I felt every emotion you could experience.”

“The last week on set was incredibly stressful, emotional, joyous, and enjoyable. We had a lot of the cast return, and it was great to work with them again.”

There was no official reason provided for the show’s cancellation, although dropping ratings were most likely to blame – the series peaked at approximately three million viewers each episode on The CW in the early seasons, but by season five, this had decreased to around 1.6 million people.

Six seasons of Peaky Blinders

Despite previous speculation of a seventh season, the BBC crime drama, which centres around the Shelby family’s exploits, will end with the forthcoming sixth season.

After a lengthy delay imposed by COVID, creator Steven Knight stated in January that the cast and crew were back on set, as well as delivering the major news.

He did say, though, that it isn’t the end. “Peaky is back, and he’s bigger than ever. Following the forced production halt caused by the COVID outbreak, we find the family in grave danger, with the stakes never being higher.

“We are confident that this will be the best series of all time, and that our adoring fans will adore it.” While the TV show will be ending, the story will continue in a different way.”

Season six is expected to premiere by the end of 2021 at the earliest, but 2022 seems most likely.

Four seasons of Killing Eve

The upcoming season of Killing Eve was confirmed in March to be the show’s final installment.

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Sandra Oh (via Variety) commented, “Killing Eve has been one of my greatest experiences, and I look forward to plunging back into Eve’s extraordinary intellect soon.”

“Killing Eve has been the most remarkable experience and one for which I will be forever thankful,” Jodie Comer remarked. She vowed that the final hurrah will be “unforgettable.”

The decision to end the program was solely artistic, according to The Hollywood Reporter’s sources, and had nothing to do with the contract that executive producer Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who was the showrunner on season one, signed with Amazon in 2019.

Eight seasons of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Season eight of NBC’s police procedural Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been confirmed to be the final season.

“When [star] Andy [Samberg] first heard Mike Schur and I pitch the pilot episode, he said, ‘I’m in, but I think the only way to tell this story is over exactly 153 episodes,’ which was crazy because that was exactly the number Mike and I had envisioned,” executive producer Dan Goor said in a statement.

“I consider myself extremely fortunate to have spent eight seasons working with such a talented cast and crew. They are not only among the industry’s most gifted individuals, but also excellent human beings who have formed a family.”

“I’m sad it’ll end, but thrilled to have had the chance to be a part of something so great,” Terry Crews (Terry Jeffords) wrote.

“It has been one of the biggest delights and honours of my life to portray Amy,” Melissa Fumero (who plays Amy Santiago on the program) tweeted. I’m overjoyed to be able to celebrate with our beloved cast and crew. We adore you, our wonderful fans. For the time being, no tears; we still have the entire season to shoot!”

The show aired on Fox for five seasons before being cancelled. NBC, on the other hand, brought it back to life.

Season eight will premiere in the United States in August, however season seven is currently available on Netflix in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Holby City has aired for 23 seasons.

The end is near for Holby City, according to breaking reports.

The BBC said in a statement that “we are immensely proud of Holby City, but it is with great sadness that we are announcing that the show will finish on air in March of next year after 23 years.”

“We sometimes have to make difficult decisions to make room for new opportunities, and as part of the BBC’s commitment to make more programmes across the UK, we have taken the difficult decision to bring the show to an end in order to reshape the BBC’s drama slate to better reflect, represent, and serve all parts of the country,” says the statement.

We go over all of the reasons for its cancellation in this article.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show has been on the air for 19 seasons.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show will air its final episode in the United States in spring 2022.

Last year, allegations from employees who worked behind the scenes of a poisonous culture off-camera thrust the US daytime talk program into the spotlight for all the wrong reasons.

However, DeGeneres claims that the issue did not force her to make this decision, as the show was merely renewed for three years in 2019.

“When you’re a creative person, you need to be challenged on a regular basis – and as good as this show is, and as entertaining as it is, it’s no longer a challenge,” she told The Hollywood Reporter.

“To tell you the truth, I’ve always trusted my gut instincts.” And something in my gut told me it was time.”

In the United States, The Ellen DeGeneres Show airs on NBC, while in the United Kingdom, it airs on ITV2.

Three seasons of American Gods

“If we don’t get a season four,” author Neil Gaiman told EW, “we’ve ended on the single most infuriating, sad, and exasperating spot that any season could possibly conclude.”

Clearly, the Amazon executives did not watch American Gods because the show was canceled after season three. It’s not all doom and gloom, though. According to Deadline, an event series or a feature-length picture might be developed to wrap up the loose ends.

The reason for the show’s cancellation was because its viewership began to dwindle, with many fans believing that the show’s quality had deteriorated. There were also budget overspending difficulties with past showrunners.

One season of Y: The Last Man

The post-apocalyptic series, based on Brian K Vaughan’s comic book of the same name, was canceled by FX on Hulu after only one season, much to the dismay of showrunner Eliza Clark.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the decision was not made based on ratings, as is usually the case. FX was compelled to pay more than it expected for contract extensions due to a change in showrunner and a large cast shakeup as a result of multiple scheduling challenges, as well as additional delays caused by the epidemic.

However, as Clark mentioned in her tweet, there’s always the possibility that the show will find a new home.

One season of Jupiter’s Legacy

Jupiter’s Legacy, a Netflix superhero drama about the Sampson family, the world’s first superheroes who received their powers in the 1930s, has come to an end after only one season.

Clearly, it wasn’t the commercial success that the corporation had hoped for, as evidenced by the mixed to negative reviews.

However, the show’s creator, Mark Millar, is working on a live-action adaptation of his Supercrooks comic book series, so fingers crossed.

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