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TV Shows Cancelled Due to COVID-19


Covid is the reason some of these TV shows aren't returning!

Cops: Cancelled

After 32 seasons on the air, Cops is finally coming to an end. The series’ sudden cancellation was announced at the height of America’s domestic turmoil.

Glow: Cancelled

If you’re a fan of glitter and spandex, you’ll love GLOW. It stars Allison Brie as Ruth Wilder, a failed actress residing in LA during the 1980s. Ruth is able to make a name for herself as a pro-wrestler, and she forms a team of twelve other Hollywood dropouts to take over the female wrestling world.


The Ranch: Cancelled

The Ranch debuted on Netflix in 2016, and it has had four seasons, divided into seven parts. You’ll definitely recognize the famous names in this show, which included Ashton Kutcher, Elisha Cuthbert and Sam Elliott.


Supernatural: Cancelled

If you’re a fan of things that go bump in the night, you’ll like the show Supernatural, which features two brothers who hunt monsters in an increasingly scary world. The show has been on for fifteen seasons, and it has been announced that the fifteenth season will be Supernatural’s last.


Fuller House: Cancelled

One of the first reboots to kick-start the trend of 90s show revivals is Fuller House, which became a ratings juggernaut upon its release on Netflix back in 2016.

Will & Grace: Cancelled

After more than a decade off the air, Will & Grace exploded back onto the small screen with a revival series updated for the modern era. Though the reboot confusingly retconned the seemingly-conclusive finale of season 8, fans were quickly swept up in the new drama of TV’s most fabulous cast of characters ever.


Unbreakbale Kimmy Schmidt: Cancelled

Co-created by SNL and Mean Girls writer Tina Fey, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt concluded its official series run at the end of its fourth season in 2019. But fans will be happy to know that Kimmy will be returning to the small screen in 2020 in a special interactive special helmed the show’s original creators and cast.


How to Get Away with Murder: Cancelled

Viola Davis is highly-respected in Hollywood, having knocked the socks off audiences with her parts in The HelpEverybody’s Ruby, and her long-running TV series, How to Get Away With Murder.

Criminal Minds: Cancelled

Criminal Minds has been a television staple for so long it’s hard to imagine a world without it. The crime drama series produced by Jeff Davis took the world by storm when it premiered in 2005 on CBS, going on to become one of the biggest shows on television.

Lucifer: Cancelled after 2020

Tom Ellis went from a relatively unknown British actor to a heartthrob sensation after landing the role of Lucifer Morningstar. The Fox series is based on the DC Comics character of the same name and gained quite the cult following. Originally, Lucifer was canceled fairly early on in season three, but an impassioned fan campaign and the #SaveLucifer hashtag caused Warner Bros. to sell it to Netflix. 

Suits: Cancelled

When Suits was first introduced, it made waves of its own accord thanks to the incredible performances of Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams. The two actors brought a sense of newness to the old concept of a law drama.