Many TV shows are coming to an end in 2023.
"Riverdale," "Ted Lasso," and "The Flash" are among the shows that aired their final seasons this year.
We'll continue adding shows that are canceled or ending on their own terms as they're announced.
"The Mosquito Coast" — series finale aired on January 6 on Apple TV+
Two weeks after the season two finale was released on Apple TV+, it was announced that "The Mosquito Coast" wouldn't return for another installment.
The season two finale concluded with a cliffhanger. Paul Theroux, who wrote the 1981 novel of the same name, told Deadline that season three would have more directly tied to the book and 1986 film.
"Willow" — final episode aired on January 11 on Disney+
In March, Deadline reported Disney's live-action adaptation of Ron Howard's 1988 film wouldn't receive a second season.
The show's creator Jon Kasdan later claimed the show was paused, not canceled, saying all of season two is written.
"Hunters" — series finale aired on January 13 on Prime Video
Entertainment Weekly announced in November 2022 that the Prime Video series about fighting Nazis would conclude with its second season.
Amazon dropped all eight episodes of the second season on January 13 on its streamer.
"New Amsterdam" — series finale aired on January 17 on NBC
The NBC medical drama, which followed Dr. Max Goodwin (Ryan Eggold) was canceled after five seasons.
Executive producer Peter Horton told Deadline he was confused as to why the series was axed when they were popular on Netflix, saying, "It's a bit of a mystery as to why it was canceled, to tell you the truth."
You can stream it on Peacock.
"The Resident" — series finale aired on January 17 on Fox
Season six of the medical drama came to an end in January.
Three months later, Fox announced that the show had been canceled and wouldn't return for more episodes.
"Big Sky" — series finale aired on January 18 on ABC
The ABC drama series, based on C. J. Box's "The Highway" book series, premiered in November 2020. Season three came to an end in January and the network opted against renewing it.
"Gossip Girl" — series finale aired on January 26 on HBO Max
HBO Max's glitzy, lavish reboot of "Gossip Girl" was canceled after two seasons.
Creator and showrunner Joshua Safran revealed the news on Twitter on January 19, a week prior to the release of the season two finale.
"Lockwood & Co." — series finale released on January 27 on Netflix
The eight-episode first season of "Lockwood & Co.," based on Jonathan Stroud's book series of the same name, was released on Netflix on January 27.
In May, it was revealed that Netflix opted to cancel the supernatural thriller series.
"Freeridge" — series finale released on February 2 on Netflix
Netflix canceled "Freeridge," a spin-off of the streamer's show "On My Block" after one season.
"Happy Valley" — series finale aired on February 5 overseas on BBC One
The six-episode final season of the BBC One British crime drama already aired overseas.
The series will air its final season in the US on Acorn TV, BBC America, and AMC+ starting in May.
"Sex/Life" — the season two finale streamed March 2 on Netflix
The Netflix drama, inspired by BB Easton's book "44 Chapters About 4 Men," was canceled in April, shortly after all episodes of season two dropped on the streamer.
"The Game" — series finale released on February 9 on Paramount+
The season two finale of "The Game" revival was released on Paramount+ in February.
In June, the show was canceled by the streamer. Beyond being axed, the show would also be removed from Paramount+.
"The People's Court" — ended its 26-season run on February 10
The syndicated courtroom show featuring Judge Marilyn Milian, who had been on the series since 2001, was canceled in February.
"Young Rock" — series finale aired on February 24 on NBC
NBC's sitcom based on the life of wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, starring Uli Latukefu, was canceled in June after three seasons. The final episode aired in February.
"Endeavor" — series finale released on March 12 on ITV
PBS Masterpiece announced in May 2022 that producers Mammoth Screen, screenwriter Russell Lewis, and stars Shaun Evans and Roger Allam agreed to end the "Inspector Morse" prequel after its ninth season.
"Sex/Life" — series finale released on March 2 on Netflix
Netflix's steamy drama series centered on a suburban woman named Billie Connelly (played by Sarah Shahi) was canceled in April, two months after season two debuted on the streamer.
"Walker: Independence" — series finale aired on March 2 on The CW
Season one of the show, a spin-off of the "Walker" reboot starring Jared Padalecki, premiered on The CW in October 2022.
The finale was released on March 2, 2023 and two months later, the network announced that the show was canceled.
"The Winchesters" — series finale aired on March 7 on The CW
After "Supernatural" came to an end in 2020 after 15 seasons, The CW attempted to fill the void with "The Winchesters," a prequel series focused on John Winchester and Mary Campbell, and executive produced by "Supernatural" star Jensen Ackles.
"To all of you who watched, followed, and supported this story, THANK YOU," Ackles tweeted. "And to all those who brought this show to life…I couldn't be more proud of what we all did together. But as they say…timing is everything. With a massive Network shift coupled with an industry strike…welp…that's some unfortunate timing. Sleep well dear @WinchestersOnCW …until we meet again. Somewhere down the road."
"Kung Fu" — series finale aired on March 8 on The CW
Season three of the series, centered on a Chinese-American woman named Nicky Shen (Olivia Liang), premiered on The CW in October 2022 and concluded in March 2023.
Then in May, The CW revealed that the show wouldn't be returning for more episodes.
"Servant" — series finale aired on March 17 on Apple TV+
Executive producer M. Night Shyamalan originally envisioned six seasons but decided to conclude his horror series with four when he stayed heavily involved in the show's production.
Shyamalan told Digital Spy he believed a shorter series would enable him "to finish it properly."
"I think I feel more comfortable saying a four-year commitment than a six-year commitment to be that involved," he said. "I can see the finish line. I can commit at this level."
The final season launched on Apple TV+ on January 13.
"Carnival Row" — series finale aired March 17 on Prime Video
Variety reported that the second season of Prime Video's fantasy drama starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne would be its last.
The final season premiered on February 17 with new episodes released weekly. The final two episodes were dropped on March 17.
"Your Honor" — series finale aired March 19 on Showtime
The Bryan Cranston-led Showtime series about a revered judge going to extreme lengths to keep his son out of jail for murder was confirmed to end its limited series run with its second season last summer.
Cranston announced on Dax Shepard's "Armchair Expert" podcast that it would be the final season. The series ended with a satisfying and complete conclusion, tying up the first season's many open-ended questions.
"Dear Edward" — series finale released on March 24 on Apple TV+
The Apple TV+ series about a boy who ends up being the lone survivor of a car crash was canceled in April after one 10-episode season.
"Truth Be Told" — series finale released on March 24 on Apple TV+
The Apple TV+ series about a true-crime podcaster (played by Octavia Spencer) was canceled in April after four seasons.
Spencer reacted to the cancelation on Instagram, writing: "Hey y'all. I wanted to share the news that after three seasons of seeking truth and justice, Poppy Scoville is going on a much-needed vacation."
The actor went on to thank the people and teams who brought the show to life, like the "incredible cast and crew."
"Thank you for your creative vision during this incredible journey. Poppy Scoville signing off," she concluded.
"Alaska Daily" — series finale aired on March 30 on ABC
ABC opted not to renew the crime series about a reporter named Eileen Fitzgerald, played by Hilary Swank. The season one finale was released on March 30.
"Doogie Kamealoha, M.D." — series finale released on Disney+ on March 31
Disney+'s reboot of the '90s medical series "Doogie Howser, M.D." was canceled in August, five months after the season two finale was released on the streamer.
"Wu-Tang: An American Saga" — series finale aired on April 5 on Hulu
In November 2021, Hulu announced the series following the formation of the Wu-Tang Clan would conclude with its third season.
The final season launched on February 15 with three episodes. The show ended two months later.
"American Auto" — series finale aired on April 18 on NBC
NBC canceled the workplace sitcom in June, after two seasons.
"Snowfall" — series finale aired on April 19 on FX
In April 2022, FX announced that "Snowfall," one of its most popular series, would end with season six.
The final season debuted on February 22 with two episodes, with the episodes also available to stream the next day on Hulu. The series finale aired on April 19.
"Star Trek: Picard" — series finale streamed on April 20 on Paramount+
The "Star Trek" spin-off saw the return of Sir Patrick Stewart to the role of Jean-Luc Picard aboard the USS Enterprise.
Always expected to be run for a short number of seasons, the final third season debuted on Paramount+ on February 16. The 10-episode season ran through April 20, 2023.
Though the show was ending, Stewart told press at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour he would be open to reprising his role again if the series could "maintain the work quality" of the previous three seasons.
"Sanditon" — series finale aired on April 23 on PBS
PBS Masterpiece's drama series inspired by Jane Austen's final, unfinished novel came to an end with its third season.
"'Sanditon' has been an incredibly special series for Masterpiece, and we know it has found its way into the hearts of countless fans," Masterpiece executive producer Susanne Simpson told Deadline in December 2022 when the cancellation was revealed. "While we are sad to say goodbye to the series, we know our audience has a lot to look forward to in this new season."
"Perry Mason" — the second season finale aired on April 24 on HBO before its cancellation.
The HBO series, executive produced by Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey, was canceled in June.
"We are tremendously grateful for the remarkable work of Matthew Rhys and the unrivaled cast and crew of Perry Mason for their reimagining of such a treasured and storied franchise," HBO said in a statement to Deadline. "While we won't be moving forward with another season of the series, we are excited to continue working with the brilliant creatives at Team Downey on future projects."
"Firefly Lane" — series finale debuting on April 27 on Netflix
"Firefly Lane," an adaptation of the book of the same name by Kristin Hannah, starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke as best friends, concluded this summer.
The first half of season two was released in December 2022 and the final seven episodes hit Netflix on April 27.
"Grand Crew" — series finale aired on April 28 on NBC
The season two finale of the sitcom aired on NBC in late April. In June, it was axed by the network.
"The Company You Keep" — series finale aired on May 7 on ABC
The drama show starring "This Is Us" star Milo Ventimiglia as a con man didn't continue beyond its first season, which premiered in February and ended in May.
The episodes were also wiped from Hulu following its cancellation.
"A Million Little Things" — series finale aired on May 3 on ABC
Executive producer DJ Nash and showrunner Terrence Coli told press at the Television Critics Association winter press tour the final season "feels like a bookend" to the series' start, which launched with a man's death by suicide and its impact on a friend group.
Nash said he knew the idea for the show's conclusion before the series launched in 2018.
"We knew right from the beginning this is where we are going. It's a secret that was held between the EPs and the writers for a long time," Nash said.
"The Goldbergs" — series finale aired on May 3 on ABC
The long-running sitcom ended with the 10th season.
"After 10 seasons of huggies and snuggies #TheGoldbergs is saying goodbye," the show's official Twitter account posted in February. "It's been an incredible journey, filled with laughter, tears, and some seriously epic '80s style. Join us in celebrating the final episodes."
"Single Drunk Female" — season two finale streamed May 10 on Hulu
Originally a Freeform show, the comedy about an alcoholic (played by Sofia Black-D'Elia) moving back home, moved to Hulu for its second season.
After the show's cancellation in June, the show was completely wiped from streaming.
"Titans" — series finale streamed on May 11 on Max
The cancelation of "Titans," based on characters from DC Comics, was announced in mid-January 2023 after the first half of season four had already been released on Max starting in November 2022.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, producers saw that the show was in danger of being axed, so the fourth season would conclude with a proper finale that tied up loose ends and avoided cliffhangers.
The second half of season four was released in April, culminating in a series finale that came out on May 11.
"The Great" — The complete third season was released on May 12 on Hulu ahead of its cancellation.
The satirical dramedy of Catherine the Great's rise to power as Russia's longest-reigning female ruler, starring Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult, was surprisingly canceled in August.
The series was nominated for seven Emmys since its 2020 debut, winning one Emmy for outstanding period costumes in 2022.
"Fear the Walking Dead" — final season premiered on May 14 on AMC and AMC+
The final season of AMC's first "The Walking Dead" spin-off will follow Morgan (Lennie James) and Madison's (Kim Dickens) journey to the mysterious PADRE location as they hope to rescue baby Mo.
The shortened 12-episode season will be split into two halves. The first six episodes aired starting in May.
"A Black Lady Sketch Show" — series finale released on May 19 on HBO
The Emmy-winning series, created and starring Robin Thede, premiered in August 2019 and ended in May 2023 after four seasons.
"Thank you to all the immensely talented cast members, guest stars, writers, directors, editors and crew members who have made 'A Black Lady Sketch Show' an Emmy-winning success," Thede said in a statement shared by The Hollywood Reporter.
"I especially want to recognize the Black women and other women of color who excelled in every department at 'ABLSS,'" she added. "I am also eternally grateful for the support of Issa Rae and Jax Media, Amy Gravitt, Casey Bloys and the entire team at HBO, Max and Warner Bros. Discovery."
"NCIS: Los Angeles" — ended its 14-season run on May 21 on CBS
CBS announced the cancellation of the long-running "NCIS" spin-off series, starring LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell, in January 2023, after more than 300 episodes.
This was the second NCIS spin-off to end.
"The Rachael Ray Show" — series finale aired on May 24 on CBS
"The Flash" — series finale aired on May 24 on The CW
The CW's longest-running Arrowverse show finally came to an end. Season nine premiered on February 8 and was comprised of 13 episodes.
"Nine seasons! Nine years of saving Central City while taking audiences on an emotional journey full of heart, humor and spectacle," executive producer Eric Wallace said in a statement to TV Line. "And now Barry Allen has reached the starting gate for his last race."
"Dr. Phil" — series finale aired on May 25 on CBS
Dr. Phil McGraw's long-running daytime talk show ended with its 21st season, which ran from 2022 to 2023.
"I have been blessed with over 25 wonderful years in daytime television," McGraw said in a statement to People and The Hollywood Reporter on January 31, 2023. "With this show, we have helped thousands of guests and millions of viewers through everything from addiction and marriage to mental wellness and raising children."
He added: "This has been an incredible chapter of my life and career, but while I'm moving on from daytime, there is so much more I wish to do."
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" — series finale aired on May 26 on Prime Video
Amazon announced the show's fifth season would be its last in February 2022.
The final season, which found Midge "closer than ever" to success as a comedian, contained nine episodes.
"Blindspotting" aired its final episode on May 26 on Starz.
The TV sequel to the 2018 movie, created and executive produced by Rafael Casal and Daveed Diggs, follows Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jones) as she and her son move in with her partner's mom when he's put into jail.
The Starz show was among three cancellations in September.
"Succession" — series finale aired on May 28 on HBO
One of HBO's most successful, critically acclaimed series concluded with its 10-episode fourth season.
"Succession" creator Jesse Armstrong broke the news in an interview with The New Yorker, released approximately a month ahead of the season four premiere.
Amstrong said that around season two of the series, "I started to know where I thought it should end."
"I do think that this succession story that we were telling is complete," he said. "This is the muscular season to exhaust all our reserves of interest, and I think there's some pain in all these characters that's really strong."
You can read about where every major character ended up here.
"Ted Lasso" — series finale released on May 31 on Apple TV+
"Ted Lasso" star Jason Sudeikis confirmed the show's third season would be its last in March with Deadline.
"This is the end of this story that we wanted to tell, that we were hoping to tell, that we loved to tell. The fact that folks will want more and are curious beyond more than what they don't even know yet— that being season three — it's flattering," Sudeikis said.
The final season of the beloved comedy kicked off on March 15 and concluded on May 31.
You can read Insider's finale postmortem interview with Jamie Tartt actor Phil Dunster here.
"Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies" — series finale released on June 1 on Paramount+
The "Grease" prequel series debuted on Paramount+ in April.
Then in June, weeks after the season one finale was released, the streamer canceled the show. Like other axed Paramount+ shows, "Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies" will be removed from the streaming service.
"Manifest" — series finale released on June 2 on Netflix
After its cancellation on NBC, Netflix picked up the fan favorite to wrap up what happened to Flight 828 in a final, 20-episode season.
The first 10 episodes of the final season debuted on the streamer in November. The final episodes dropped on June 2.
"Never Have I Ever" — series finale released on June 8 on Netflix
The popular teen series, focused on an Indian-American teen named Devi Vishwakumar (played by Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), debuted on Netflix in April 2020.
The series concluded with its fourth and final season, released on the streamer in June. You can read Insider's spoiler-filled season four interview with Ben Gross actor Jaren Lewison here.
"City on Fire" — series finale released on June 16 on Apple TV+
"City on Fire," based on Garth Risk Hallberg's novel of the same name, premiered on the streamer in May. Following the release of its eight-episode first season, it was revealed that the crime drama had been canceled.
"Queen of the Universe" — series finale released on June 23 on Paramount+
The drag queen competition show was canceled in June after two seasons and will be removed from Paramount+.
"Gotham Knights" — series finale aired on June 27 on The CW
"Gotham Knights," based on DC Comics characters, premiered on The CW in March 2023. The show was canceled in June, shortly before the season one finale was released.
Star Misha Collins (Harvey Dent) reacted to the show's cancelation during an interview with Deadline and said that there were "lots of conversations" about what a potential second season would look like.
"I have to say, as it plays, this season ties up so many of the story arcs on the show with a bow so neatly that it almost works as a one-season miniseries," he said. "I'm glad that we're not leaving the audience hanging…it feels like a very nicely encapsulated chapter and an okay stopping point. Yet, I felt like this show was really getting cooking, and I would have loved to have had more time with it."
"The Other Two" — series finale released on June 29 on Max
News of the show's cancellation came shortly before the season three finale was released on the streamer.
The cancellation of "The Other Two" also came amid staff complaints about creators and showrunners Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"The Idol" — series finale released on July 2 on HBO
The HBO series, cocreated by Sam Levinson, Reza Fahim, and The Weeknd, was marred by controversy before it was even released on HBO in early June.
A couple of weeks after the season one finale aired, the network announced that the show centered on a budding pop star (played by Lily-Rose Depp) was canceled.
"'The Idol' was one of HBO's most provocative original programs, and we're pleased by the strong audience response," an HBO spokesperson said in a statement shared by The Hollywood Reporter. "After much thought and consideration, HBO, as well as the creators and producers have decided not to move forward with a second season. We're grateful to the creators, cast, and crew for their incredible work."
"Painting With John" — series finale released on July 7 on HBO.
The unscripted HBO series starred musician, actor, director, and painter John Lurie. The six-episode third season premiered in June and the show was canceled in August.
Lurie reacted to the end of "Painting With John" on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.
"I am sad about it, but it is a miracle that it ever happened at all," he wrote. "Thanks to HBO, Adam McKay, Todd Schulman, Erik Mockus, Nesrin Wolf and AnnMary James."
"How I Met Your Father" — The season two finale streamed July 11 on Hulu
The "How I Met Your Mother" spin-off starring Hilary Duff received a 20-episode second season, double the episode count of its initial season.
The Hulu series following Sophie (Duff) as she tried to find love was canceled on September 1.
"The Blacklist" — series finale released on July 13 on NBC
The thriller series, starring James Spader as Raymond "Red" Reddington, came to a close with its 10th season on NBC.
"We tip our Reddington hat to the dedicated production staff, hard-working crew and talented writers," Sony Pictures Television Studios co-president Jason Clodfelter said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. "The unpredictable plot twists have produced a legacy TV show that served to entertain a worldwide audience and as we enter the final season, we can't wait for audiences to see how Raymond Reddington takes a final bow."
"Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan" — series finale released on July 14 on Prime Video
The fourth and final season of Prime Video's "Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan," starring John Krasinski as the titular character, was filmed alongside season three.
"Run the World" aired its series finale on July 14 on Starz
Starz canceled the dramedy that followed the highs and lows of three women after its second season ended in September.
"Mayans M.C." — series finale aired on July 19 on FX
In January, FX Networks chairman John Landgraf announced that the "Sons of Anarchy" spin-off series would conclude with season five.
The first two episodes of 10 total premiered on May 24, with new episodes rolling out weekly until the finale's release in July.
"The Hardy Boys" — series finale released on July 28 on Hulu
The third and final season of the Hulu mystery show, based on the popular book series of the same name," debuted over the summer.
"Breeders" — fourth and final season releasing on July 31 on FX
The comedy, which stars Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard, will conclude with its upcoming fourth season.
Season four premieres on July 31, with new episodes releasing weekly and available to stream the next day on Hulu.
"High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" — series finale released on August 9 on Disney+
The "High School Musical" spin-off series, which catapulted Olivia Rodrigo and Joshua Bassett to fame, wrapped up with season four.
"Billions" — seventh and final season premiering on August 11 on Showtime
Showtime's long-running drama series will end with season seven, premiering in August.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, there are some spin-offs in the works.
"The Wonder Years" — the second season finale aired August 16 on ABC
ABC canceled the reboot of its '80s hit in September after its second season. The reboot was set in the late 1960s, starring Dulé Hill, Saycon Sengbloh, Elisha "EJ" Williams, and Don Cheadle.
"Riverdale" — series finale aired on August 23 on The CW
Season seven showed Archie, Betty, Veronica, and Jughead in a '50s setting, hearkening back to the aesthetic of Archie Comics. The series finale was released on August 23 and included a major plot twist regarding the core four.
"Nancy Drew" — series finale aired on August 23 on The CW
"Nancy Drew," centered on the titular teenage sleuth, began its fourth and final season on May 31.
Like "Riverdale," this CW series also got a proper send-off when its finale aired on August 23.
"Archer" — 14th and final season premiered on August 30 on FXX
The long-running adult animated comedy is finally coming to an end after 14 seasons.
The final season premiered with two episodes on August 30 on FXX. It's available to stream the following day on Hulu.
"Disenchantment" — fifth and final season debuts on September 1 on Netflix
The animated Netflix series from "The Simpsons" and "Futurama" creator Matt Groening will conclude with a 10-episode final season.
"Heels" — series finale aired September 15 on Starz
Stephen Amell's wrestling series at Starz was canceled in September after two seasons.
"Winning Time" — second season finale aired September 17 on HBO and Max
HBO's sports drama about the rise of the Lakers in the '80s was canceled the same day its season two finale aired.
Vulture reported that producers received hints that the series may not be renewed due to the show's low ratings so they were able to film an alternate ending for the finale in case they were canceled.
Critics initially screened an ending where the Lakers lost the 1984 NBA finals to the Boston Celtics. The new ending, filmed in January, featured a montage of what happened to the real-life inspirations for the characters.
"Sex Education" — fourth and final season released on September 21 on Netflix
Netflix's NSFW show about a teen sex therapist named Otis Milburn (played by Asa Butterfield) will come to an end with its fourth season.
The eight-episode final season premieres on September 21, centering on Otis and his best friend Eric Effiong (Ncuti Gatwa) adjusting to a new school, Cavendish Sixth Form College, after the closure of Moordale Secondary.
"This was not an easy decision to make, but as the themes and stories of the new season crystallized, it became clear that this was the right time to graduate," show creator Laurie Nunn said.
"Reservation Dogs" — series finale airing on September 27
"Reservation Dogs" creator Sterlin Harjo announced the FX and Hulu show's end on Instagram in June, ahead of the release of season three.
"I always knew what the end of this story would be, I just didn't know when it would arrive," Harjo wrote in his post. "As we continued to break stories and write scripts this season, it became clear to the producers, Taika and me that the season three finale is the perfect series finale."
"Physical" — The series finale airs September 27 on Apple TV+
In May, Apple TV+ announced that "Physical," starring Rose Byrne would conclude with its upcoming third season.
"We are so grateful to Apple, Tomorrow Studios, and all our creative collaborators for the chance to bring Sheila to life in all her gritty glory," Byrne and series creator Annie Weisman said in a statement shared by Deadline.
"With this final season, Sheila's three act saga of rebellion, recovery, and redemption comes to the satisfying conclusion that she and her fans so richly deserve," they added. "We feel so proud to share this last chapter with everyone."
"Doom Patrol" — final episodes will begin to stream on October 12 on Max.
HBO Max canceled the quirky DC Comics series about a ragtag group of heroes in January as its fourth season continued to stream. According to Variety, the team knew its 12-episode fourth season would be its last, so the show will come to a definitive conclusion.
New DC head James Gunn tweeted that the cancellations of "Titans" and "Doom Patrol" preceded his tenure at the studio.
A trailer for the final episodes debuted in September.
"Snowpiercer" — the final season's complete but will no longer air on TNT
In June 2022, Deadline reported that TNT's post-apocalyptic series starring Daveed Diggs would be ending with its upcoming fourth season.
"We have been working collaboratively with the producers since last year to help the series find a new home where fans can continue to enjoy the compelling story and exceptional visual experience," a network spokesperson said in a statement to Variety.
"Three Women" — the show's fate is unclear since Starz picked up the first and only season of the former Showtime series
On January 30, 2023, Paramount Global announced that Showtime would be integrated into Paramount+, as part of a reorganization.
Deadline reported that as a result, Showtime's programming slate was reviewed and shows were axed. Among the cancellations was the Showtime series "Three Women," starring Shailene Woodley and based on Lisa Taddeo's best-selling nonfiction novel.
Filming of the show was already complete and in light of the news, it was reportedly being shopped around to air elsewhere. In March, Starz picked up the drama series. There is no current release date.
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