Every TV Show Canceled In 2021 So Far

The year has barely begun, but 2021 has already seen a number of beloved shows get canceled on broadcast TV, cable, and streaming networks. It happens every single year and it never gets any easier. After all, on Netflix alone, 26 shows got the axe in 2020. Meanwhile, dozens and dozens of more shows were cut elsewhere.

A new year means a new slew of programs to say goodbye to. This is always an incredibly sad time for fans of those respective programs, but it’s also something fans of TV know all too well. Who among us hasn’t been sad when our favorite show ended?

Take a look below at each show canceled in 2021 so far, including a few that may surprise you. After all, are any of us truly ready to say goodbye to Brooklyn Nine-Nine? The answer is no, obviously. After all, it survived cancellation once when Fox ended it. Yet still, here we are once again at the end of this show’s fun.

If, after reading through this year’s cancellations, you want to revisit even more shows that ended, you’re in luck. Make sure to check out the shows Netflix ended in both 2018 and 2019.

1. The Bold Type (Freeform)

Premiered on: June 20, 2017

Canceled after 4 seasons.

2. On My Block (Netflix)

Premiered on: March 16, 2018

Canceled after 4 seasons

3. Peaky Blinders (BBC/Netflix)

Premiered on: September 12, 2013

Canceled after 6 seasons.

4. Shrill (Hulu)

Premiered on: March 15, 2019

Canceled after 3 seasons.

5. Insecure (HBO)

Premiered on October 9, 2016

Canceled after 5 seasons.

6. Animal Kingdom (TNT)

Premiered on: June 14, 2016

Canceled after 6 seasons.

7. Wynona Earp (Syfy)

Premiered on April 1, 2016

Canceled after 4 seasons.

8. Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC)

Premiered on September 17, 2013

Canceled after 8 seasons.

9. Trush Seekers

Premiered on: October 30, 2020

Canceled after 1 season.

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