Starring David Alan Grier, Martin Mull, Vicki Lawrence and Leslie Jordan, this show focused on the antics of the young at heart in a retirement community. It aired for one season.
This superhero series, based on an alternate timeline of Marvel’s X-Men comics, aired for two seasons.
It was one of those shows that attracted as much attention for what went on off-screen as on, as original lead Clayne Crawford was replaced by Seann William Scott after two seasons after reports of Crawford’s abusive behavior on-set surfaced. (“I snapped,” he later told the Drinkin’ Bros. podcast.) “Lethal Weapon” was canceled after three seasons.
Based on a trilogy of virusy vampire novels by Justin Cronin, “The Passage” was canceled after one season.
“Proven Innocent” was canceled after one season, freeing star Russell Hornsby to topline NBC’s “Lincoln,” based on the bestselling “The Bone Collector” book series by Jefferey Deaver.
“Rel” was canceled after one season; the move came in the wake of co-creator Kevin Barnett’s death in January. In a statement at the time, Fox Entertainment said: “Our hearts are broken, as are those of everyone at ‘Rel,’ at the news of Kevin Barnett’s passing. He was an incredibly funny, wildly talented man who had so much more to do and so many more stories to tell. We send our thoughts and prayers to his friends and family during this difficult time.”
Lee Daniels and Tom Donaghy’s “Star” was canceled after three seasons; Deadline reports that it is being shopped to other platforms.
“I Feel Bad,” executive produced by Amy Poehler, was canceled after one season.
Marcia Clark — yes, that Marcia Clark — executive produced and co-wrote “The Fix,” which was canceled after one season.
The legal ensemble with Hope Davis, Anna Deavere Smith and Ben Shenkman aired for two seasons.
Tim Doyle’s ensemble comedy was canceled after one season.
“Speechless” was canceled after three seasons; star Minnie Driver said on Twitter that “I will forever be grateful that we reflected and spoke to something deep, kind and inclusive.”
Jenna Fischer and Oliver Hudson starred in “Splitting Up Together,” which ran for two seasons.
Debuting with a big promo push after the Oscars, “Whiskey Cavalier” was canceled after one season; Deadline is reporting that it is being shopped to other outlets.
Launched at midseason, the Nina Dobrev and Tone Bell-starring “Fam” was not renewed after one season.
“Happy Together,” starring Damon Wayans Jr., was canceled after one season.
After four seasons, the intergenerational sitcom created by Justin Adler was canceled by CBS. He wrote on Twitter: “We had such a special group and have been so lucky to share our family with you.”
After winning multiple Emmys during its original incarnation, the much-hyped return of “Murphy Brown” ended at CBS after one season.