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Every TV show that's canceled or ending on broadcast networks and streaming this year (so far)

This year, even amid the recent Hollywood writers' strike, broadcast networks and streamers have been announcing fall schedules filled with new series. But a host of your favorite (or possibly least favorite) shows are getting the ax across linear cable and streaming. Meanwhile, others have reached their natural conclusions, clearing the path for fresh obsessions. Regardless, the TV landscape is bound to look a whole lot different at the end of 2023.

Below, here are all the broadcast and streaming TV shows that will wrap up or have been canceled so far this year.

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Broadcast

ABC

Alaska Daily
Big Sky
The Company You Keep
The Goldbergs
The Wonder Years (reboot)

CBS

East New York
NCIS: Los Angeles
S.W.A.T. (but later uncanceled)
True Lies

The CW

Gotham Knights
Kung Fu

Tom Swift
Walker: Independence
The Winchesters

Nancy Drew

Fox

9-1-1 (picked up by ABC)
Call Me Kat
Fantasy Island
The Resident

Welcome to Flatch

NBC

American Auto
Grand Crew

Magnum P.I.
The Wheel
Young Rock

Steven Amell in Heels, D'Arcy Carden in A League of Their Own, and Dulé Hill in Wonder Years reboot
Steven Amell in Heels, D'Arcy Carden in A League of Their Own, and Dulé Hill in Wonder Years reboot

Starz, Anne Marie Fox/Amazon Studios; Matt Miller/abc Steven Amell in 'Heels,' D'Arcy Carden in 'A League of Their Own,' and Dulé Hill in 'The Wonder Years'

Streaming/Cable

Amazon

A League of Their Own
The Peripheral

AMC

61st Street (picked up by the CW)
Pantheon

Apple TV+

The Afterparty
High Desert
The Mosquito Coast
Physical
Suspicion
Truth Be Told

Disney+

Big Shot
Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers
The Mysterious Benedict Society
National Treasure: Edge of History
Willow

Freeform

Single Drunk Female
The Watchful Eye

FX

Breeders
Reservation Dogs

HBO

A Black Lady Sketch Show
Painting With John
Perry Mason

Hulu

Kindred
Reboot

The Great
How I Met Your Father

Max (formerly HBO Max)

Avenue 5
Doom Patrol
Gossip Girl
The Other Two
Pennyworth
Sort Of
South Side
Titans

Netflix

1899
Big Mouth
Bling Empire
Bling Empire: New York

The Chair
Dead End: Paranormal Park
Disenchantment
Human Resources
Inside Job

Lockwood & Co.
Mindhunter

MO
Sex Education
Sex/Life
Uncoupled (picked up by Showtime)

OWN

All Rise

Paramount+

Blood and Treasure
Fatal Attraction
The Game
Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies
iCarly revival
Queen of the Universe
Rabbit Hole

Star Trek: Prodigy

Peacock

Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin
One of Us Is Lying
Vampire Academy

Prime Video

Hunters
Three Pines

Showtime

American Gigolo
I Love That for You
Let the Right One In
The L Word: Generation Q
Three Women (picked up by Starz)
Ziwe

Starz

Blindspotting
Heels
Run the World
The Venery of Samantha Bird

TNT

Snowpiercer

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