All the TV shows cancelled or ending in 2023

Ryan Eggold in New Amsterdam
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It's never easy to say goodbye to beloved TV characters, and when a TV show ends or is cancelled it can be rough knowing that their stories are coming to an end. No matter how many new shows and movies come to Netflix, sometimes you just want to stick with the familiar. 

Cancelled shows, or even ones that end on their own accord, is a fact of the TV landscape that we all know is coming sooner or later, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s any easier for fans of those shows to hear. If there’s any silver lining, it’s that when one show goes away there are a bevy of new TV shows in 2023 that you can start to dive into in their place. 

We’ve amassed all of the shows that have either been cancelled or are set to air their final episodes in 2023, so be sure to mark your calendar so you don't miss anything.

Our TV shows cancelled or ending in 2023 article will be updated throughout the year as we receive new information.

TV shows cancelled or ending in 2023

61st Street

Courtney B. Vance as Franklin Roberts in 61st Street

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Courtney B. Vance stars in AMC's legal drama about a high school student (Tosin Cole) who gets caught up in a criminal justice system that isn't fair. 

The second season of 61st Street had already been filmed when the network reversed course and decided not to air it as part of cost-cutting measures.

How to watch 61st Street: The first season of the series is available to watch on AMC Plus. 


Aneurin Barnard, Emily Beecham and Andreas Pietschmann (L-R) in 1899.

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When Netflix cancelled 1899 there were lots of fans who wondered what's the point of cancelling a series that was meant to last two to three seasons. The story of a ship full of immigrants crossing the ocean from London to New York ended on a huge cliffhanger so fans will never know what was supposed to happen. 

How to watch 1899: The first season of 1899 is available to stream on Netflix. 

Alaska Daily

Hilary Swank in Alaska Daily

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Alaska Daily featured Hilary Swank as a disgraced reporter trying to start over in Alaska. Though it didn't perform as strongly in the ratings as ABC hoped, it was a hit with journalists who praised the realism of the show. 

How to watch Alaska Daily: The first season of Alaska Daily is available on Hulu. 

A League of Their Own

Abbi Jacobson in A League of Their Own

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Despite glowing reviews and critical praise, Prime Video and Sony TV couldn't reach a deal to keep A League of Their Own going past the first season. There will be a shortened second season to allow the show to tie up loose ends. 

How to watch A League of Their Own: The first season of A League of Their Own is available to stream now on Prime Video. 

American Auto

Harriet Dyer and Tye White in American Auto

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American Auto's run has ended after two seasons. The workplace comedy about workers at Payne Auto trying to adapt to the changing times under a new boss had a solid run but found itself on the bubble at the end of its season season. 

How to watch American Auto: The first two seasons of American Auto are available to stream on Peacock. 

American Gigolo

Julian tries to adjust to life outside prison.

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Jon Bernthal starred in the Showtime series about a man who spent 15 years in prison only to be exonerated. He tries to get his life back in order while a detective tries to figure out why he was sent to prison in the first place.

How to watch American Gigolo: For the time being, Showtime has removed American Gigolo from its streaming service. As soon as a new home for the series has been announced we'll add it in here.


Archer Season 11

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FX's animated spy comedy Archer has reached the end of the road. The network announced that season 14 will be the end of the line for Archer and company.  

How to watch Archer: Archer is available on Hulu. The final season will premiere August 30 on FX.

Avenue 5

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The Hugh Laurie-led Avenue 5 is a sci-fi comedy on a space ship. The second season ended in November 2022 and now fans will be left wondering what happened, as the finale left the story open for a third season that is now, sadly, not to be.

How to watch Avenue 5: Both seasons of Avenue 5 are available on HBO Max. 


Barry didn't need to end, per se, but according to co-creator Bill Hader, the ending kind of wrote itself. During the pandemic the writing team wrote the fourth season and then revised the third season, which hadn't started filming yet. In doing so, the ending was in front of them so it made sense to end in season 4.

How to watch Barry: The first three seasons of Barry are available on HBO Max right now, and season 4 premieres April 16. 

Big Shot

Ado Edebiri, Ali Wong and Jessi Klein in Big Mouth

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Netflix animated comedy Big Mouth will end with season 8. The series is based on the adventures of creators Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg in their youth and it follows a group of friends and their raging hormones as they figure out this big game of life. 

How to watch Big Mouth: The previous seven seasons of Big Mouth are available to stream on Netflix. 

Big Shot

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Big Shot is the story of a coach (John Stamos) who loses his job and ends up with a new position coaching a girls high school basketball team. 

How to watch Big Shot: The first two seasons of Big Shot are available to stream on Disney Plus. 

Big Sky

Jensen Ackles, Katheryn Winnick, Kylie Bunbury in Big Sky

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David E. Kelley's Big Sky was in its third season at the alphabet network; though it was a strong series in season 1, its popularity declined. The story follows two private detectives who partner up to find two sisters who were kidnapped. 

How to watch Big Sky: All three seasons of Big Sky are available on Hulu. 


Billions Corey Stoll

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Billions is set in the fast-paced world of money, finance and politics. After debuting in 2016 and running for six seasons, Showtime announced that the series will come to an end with its seventh season. 

How to watch Billions: The final season of Billions will air on Paramount Plus with Showtime on August 11 and on Showtime on August 13. 

You can catch up on the first six seasons on Showtime. 

Call Me Kat

Mayim Bialik in Call Me Kat

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Call Me Kat was cancelled by Fox just a few days after the show's third season finale, which will now be considered its series finale. The show features Mayim Bialik as a college professor who leaves her job to run a cat cafe. 

How to watch Call Me Kat: You can catch Call Me Kat on Hulu. 

Carnival Row

Carnival Row debuted to much fanfare, but the pandemic and challenges getting the cast back to film the next season eventually led to the second season becoming the final season. Season 2 will feature 10 episodes that will follow ex-inspector Rycroft Philostrate (Orlando Bloom) as he investigates a murder and Cara Delavingne's Vignette Stonemoss seeking revenge against the humans who hurt her and her friends.

How to watch Carnival Row: The first season of Carnival Row is available to stream on Prime Video. Season 2 premieres February 17, 2023.

City on Fire

The cast of City on Fire on Apple TV Plus

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After its eight-episode run ended on Apple TV Plus, City on Fire was not given a second season. Thankfully, though potential stories were planted in the finale as a basis for a second season, the finale covered the entire arc of the book upon which it is based. The story follows Wyatt Oleff's Charlie as he investigates his friend's murder.

How to watch City on Fire: The first season of City on Fire is available on Apple TV Plus. 

Cobra Kai

William Zabka, Ralph Macchio and Yuji Okumoto as Johnny, Daniel and Choze

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Cobra Kai brought a wave of nostalgia to Netflix. The spinoff of The Karate Kid film franchise quickly rose through the ranks to become a fan favorite on the platform. In January, Netflix announced that the show was renewed for its sixth and final season.

How to watch Cobra Kai: The first five seasons of Cobra Kai are available to stream on Netflix now. There's currently no word on when season 6 will premiere. 

The Company You Keep

Timothy V. Murphy and Milo Ventimiglia in The Company You Keep

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The Company You Keep is a thriller featuring a con man (Milo Ventimiglia) and a CIA operative (Catherine Haena Kim) who are thrust together for a night of passion before realizing that their career choices might have them coming together again for other reasons. 

How to watch The Company You Keep: The first season of The Company You Keep is available to stream on Hulu. 

Dexter: New Blood

Michael C Hall is back as Dexter Morgan in Dexter: New Blood.

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In one of the more interesting moves at Showtime, Dexter: New Blood was axed for a potential second season amid the slash and burn happening as the cable channel is absorbed by Paramount Plus. Instead of a second season, though, Deadline reports that there's an idea floating around to resurrect the story of a conflicted serial killer, only this would be a prequel series instead of a sequel to the classic Dexter. At the moment the idea remains just that, an idea, but it offers a spark of hope for fans who don't want to see the show die. 

How to watch Dexter: New Blood: You can watch the first season of Dexter: New Blood on Paramount Plus and Showtime (until it becomes part of Paramount Plus).

Doom Patrol

Brendan Fraser in Doom Patrol season 4

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Doom Patrol and Titans were the last holdovers from the DC Universe that made the jump to HBO Max, and now Doom Patrol will officially end at the end of season 4. The story of a rag-tag group of heroes brought together to save the world is quirky and unique, offering something very different from the usual DC Comics fare. Thankfully, it sounds like the show knew the end was nigh, and the series will come to a fitting conclusion.

How to watch Doom Patrol: The first three seasons and the first half of season 4 are available to stream on HBO Max. The final six episodes of season 4 will air later this spring. 

East New York

Amanda Warren as Regina Haywood sitting in uniform in East New York

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East New York only lasted one season at CBS but the police procedural that followed Regina Haywood (Amanda Warren) in the 74th Precinct in New York gained a lot of fans. 

How to watch East New York: The first season of East New York can be streamed on Paramount Plus.

Fantasy Island

Kiara Barnes and Roselyn Sànchez as Ruby and Elena standing next to each other in white in Fantasy Island season 2

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After two seasons, the Fox fantasy drama Fantasy Island is getting the boot. In the revival of the show, Roselyn Sánchez stars as Elena Roarke, a descendant of Ricardo Montalban's character who granted fantasies to the island's guests.

How to watch Fantasy Island: Both seasons of Fantasy Island are available on Hulu. 

Fear the Walking Dead

Kim Dickens and Lennie James in Fear the Walking Dead

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Fear the Walking Dead was the first spinoff from The Walking Dead and took viewers from the early days of the apocalypse in Los Angeles to Mexico and then across the Southwest to Texas. After eight seasons, the show is coming to a close in 2023 with 12 episodes.

When does Fear the Walking Dead end: The first six episodes will premiere on May 14 and the final six will premiere later in the year. 

How to watch Fear the Walking Dead: You can catch up on the first seven seasons of the show on Hulu. 

Firefly Lane

Sarah Chalke and Katherine Heigl in Firefly Lane

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Firefly Lane is the story of two women whose friendship has carried them from adolescence to their 40s. The series stars Sarah Chalke and Katherine Heigl. 

How to watch Firefly Lane: You can watch the entire first season and the first half of season 2, which dropped on December 2, 2022. The final episodes drop on Netflix on June 8. 

The Flash

TV tonight The speedy superhero faces an alien threat

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The Flash is one of the last DC Comics shows left on The CW but the fleet-footed Speedster's time is almost up. The ninth season is the final season, but there's always the chance that Grant Gustin could show up on Superman & Lois

How to watch The Flash: The first eight seasons of The Flash are available to stream on Netflix. The final season premieres February 8. 


Freeridge, the spinoff of On My Block, was cancelled after one season at Netflix. The series follows four friends who work together to fight a curse that they unleashed that's bringing them nothing but trouble in their lives. 

How to watch Freeridge: The first season of Freeridge is available to stream on Netflix. 

The Game

Rick Fox as himself and Wendy Raquel Robinson as Tasha Mack during an uncomfortable discussion in The Game season 2

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The Game was revived on Paramount Plus after beginning on The CW and jumping to BET. Created by Mara Brock Akil and produced by Kelsey Grammer, the series was a spinoff of the series Girlfriends

How to watch The Game: Paramount Plus is removing both seasons of The Game from the streaming platform. We'll provide an update once we know where they are being moved. 

The Goldbergs

Wendi as Beverly Goldberg smiling in the kitchen in The Goldbergs season 10

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ABC announced that The Goldbergs will end with the show's tenth season. The season finale, set to air in May, will also serve as the show's series finale. 

Gossip Girl

Jordan Alexander, Grace Duah, Zion Moreno, Whitney Peak, Eli Brown, Evan Mock, Emily Alyn Lind and Thomas Doherty in Gossip Girl season 2

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The Gossip Girl reboot at HBO Max was off to a thrilling start, but the streamer cancelled in mid-January ahead of the season 2 finale, which will now serve as the series finale, too. 

How to watch Gossip Girl: You can watch Gossip Girl exclusively on HBO Max. 

Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies

Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies poster

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Only one season of Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies landed at Paramount Plus, but it made quite an impact for Grease fans. With its bright and fun retro look, the series had a lot to offer. 

How to watch Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies: Paramount Plus is removing Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies from the streaming platform. We'll provide an update once we know where it is being moved.

The Great

Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult in The Great

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The Great is a period drama that explores the life and times of Russia's Catherine the Great. The series starred Elle Fanning as the legendary empress and Nicholas Hoult as her consort. Hulu cancelled the series in a shocking move after three well-received and well-reviewed seasons. 

How to watch The Great: The first three seasons of The Great are available on Hulu. 

The Handmaid's Tale

Elisabeth Moss and OT Fagbenle in The Handmaid's Tale

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The Handmaid's Tale is based on the dystopian world created by Margaret Atwood. The show will come to an end in season 6, hopefully bringing closure to June's (Elisabeth Moss) story. 

How to watch The Handmaid's Tale: The first five seasons of The Handmaid's Tale are available on Hulu. The premiere date for season 6 has not been announced yet but is projected to be at the end of 2023. We'll add the date in as soon as it's available. 

Happy Valley

Sarah Lancashire as Catherine Cawood

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The popular UK crime drama Happy Valley is coming to an end with its third season. 

How to watch Happy Valley: The third season debuted on New Year's Day on BBC One in the UK. New episodes will soon be available on AMC Plus.

Human Resources

Big Mouth spinoff Human Resources

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Human Resources is the spinoff of Big Mouth. The animated series will end after its previously announced second season airs. 

How to watch Human Resources: The first season of Human Resources is available on Netflix now. 


Al Pacino and Logan Lerman as Meyer and Jonah in Hunters

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Hunters is a drama series that follows a group of Nazi hunters searching for fugitive war criminals. The series stars Al Pacino and Logan Lerman. 

How to watch Hunters: The first season of Hunters is available to stream on Prime Video now. Season 2 premiered on the platform on January 13. 

The Idol

Lily-Rose Depp and Abel "The Weeknd" Tesfaye in The Idol

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The Idol was one of the most highly anticipated new series of the summer after getting lots of buzz at film festivals. However, the controversial series starring Lily-Rose Depp as a troubled pop star and the Weeknd as a charismatic cult leader was critically panned and won't continue beyond its first season. 

How to watch The Idol: The five-episode first season of The Idol is available to stream on Max. 

I Love That For You

I Love That for You was cancelled after one season at Showtime. The comedy series followed Vanessa Bayer as an up-and-coming home shopping host who lied about having cancer to keep her job. 

How to watch I Love That for You: The first season of I Love That for You is available on Showtime. 


Micah Stock and Mallori Johnson in Kindred

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Based on a novel by Octavia E. Butler, Kindred is the story of a young Black woman who moves to LA to start a new life, but she finds herself being torn between the past and the present, literally, as she finds herself transported back in time.

How to watch Kindred: Though it's being shopped around, you can watch the 10-episode first season on Hulu.

Kung Fu

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As part of its sweeping programming realignment, The CW cancelled Kung Fu after three seasons. Inspired by the original Ed Spielman series, Kung Fu followed a young woman who takes a journey to China and returns to find her family in peril. 

How to watch Kung Fu: You can watch Kung Fu on The CW App and HBO Max. 

The L Word: Generation Q

Jennifer Beals and Laurel Holloman in The L Word: Generation Q

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The L Word: Generation Q was cancelled at Showtime after three seasons, but there's a silver lining. It just so happens that there's a reboot of the original 2004 series in the works under the working title of The L Word: New York with creator Ilene Chaiken at the helm. 

How to watch The L Word: Generation Q: You can watch all three seasons of The L Word: Generation Q on Showtime. 

Let the Right One In

Let the Right One In is a chilling story about a man trying to keep his daughter alive. She's a young vampire and she needs human blood to survive, but it's too dangerous for her to be out alone so he must venture out to get blood for her. 

How to watch Let the Right One In: Showtime removed Let the Right One In from its library and there's currently no word on where it will land or when it will be available to watch again. When we have an update we'll add that information here.

Magnum PI

Jay Hernandez as Thomas Magnum in Magnum P.I.

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After finding a new home at NBC after being cancelled on CBS, Magnum P.I. is ending with its fifth season. The first half of the extended fifth season premiered this spring and now the show will end after the final episodes of the season air this fall. 

How to watch Magnum P.I.: You can watch the first four seasons of Magnum P.I. on Paramount Plus, and you can find season 5 on Peacock. 


Josh Dallas and Matt Long in Manifest

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The characters in Manifest have been on quite a journey since taking off on flight 828. The show was an immediate hit for NBC, which suddenly cancelled it after the third season. Netflix listened to legions of fans that wanted to show to get the ending it deserved, so they granted the show a fourth and final season. 

How to watch Manifest: The first three seasons of Manifest are available on Netflix. The first half of season 4 premiered in November, but the premiere date for the final episodes has not been announced yet. It is expected sometime this summer or fall.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Rachel Brosnahan on stage in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is one of those truly wonderful shows that arrives and takes over award shows because it's really that good. The story of a Jewish comedienne navigating a world that's dominated by men is a feel-good story that makes you happy. Prime Video announced in 2022 that the story will come to an end in season 5

How to watch The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: You can watch the first four seasons of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Prime Video now. Season 5 premieres on April 14.

Mayans MC

JD Pardo in Mayans M.C.

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Mayans M.C. is coming to an end in season 5. The Sons of Anarchy spinoff has been riding high with fans, and after an explosive season 4 finale everyone is wondering what will happen to the motorcycle club that's at a crossroads. 

How to watch Mayans M.C.: You can catch up on the first four seasons of Mayans M.C. on FX and Hulu. There is currently no premiere date for season 5. 

Mighty Ducks: Game Changers

Coach Bombay is back, baby.

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Mighty Ducks: Game Changers is the continuation of the story that began in the movie franchise. Now, the Mighty Ducks are an elite youth hockey team and after a young boy was cut from the team, he starts building his own team inspired by the mission of the original team. 

How to watch Mighty Ducks: Game Changers: The first season of Mighty Ducks: Game Changers is available on Disney Plus. 

A Million Little Things

Allison Miller and James Roday Rodriguez embrace in A Million Little Things

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A Million Little Things quickly gained fans with its story about a group of friends who bonded over the loss of one of their own, and the need to live life to its fullest no matter what. After four seasons, the show will end in season 5. 

How to watch A Million Little Things: You can watch all four seasons of A Million Little Things on Hulu. Season 5 is now airing.


Susan Sarandon and Trace Adkins in Monarch

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Fox’s ambitious series Monarch, which follows a country music dynasty, received solid early reviews, bolstered by Susan Sarandon’s role as the matriarch. But fans worried that it was a bit of a bait and switch after Sarandon’s character died in the first episode; while she appeared in subsequent episodes as the mystery surrounding her life and death evolved, it failed to catch on with viewers. 

How to watch Monarch: You can watch the first season of Monarch now on Hulu.   

The Mosquito Coast

The Mosquito Coast

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The Mosquito Coast is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Paul Theroux about an inventor who will stop at nothing to protect his family from danger, be it the US Government, cartels or hitmen. The show's second season saw the family barely escaping danger in Mexico. 

How to watch The Mosquito Coast: The first two seasons of The Mosquito Coast are available to stream on Apple TV Plus.

National Treasure: Edge of History

Lisette Olivera as Jess in National Treasure: Edge of History

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National Treasure: Edge of History was designed to be an extension of the popular National Treasure movie franchise. The story followed a young DREAMer looking for answers about her family. 

How to watch National Treasure: Edge of History  — The complete first season of National Treasure: Edge of History is available to stream on Disney Plus. 

NCIS: Los Angeles

Vanessa Lachey, LL Cool J, Wilmer Valderrama and Gary Cole in NCIS: Los Angeles

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NCIS: Los Angeles is coming to an end after an impressive 14 season run on CBS. The show was the first spinoff of the flagship NCIS series.

"For 14 seasons, NCIS: Los Angeles has been a stalwart of our lineup with characters who were a joy to watch," said Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment in a press release. "It’s no surprise this show succeeded as a global franchise. From day one, the cast, producers and crew were amazing network/studios partners, and their teamwork, talent and spirit vividly came through on the screen. We are so grateful for the collaboration and remarkable run of these treasured members of our CBS family, and plan to give them the big sendoff they and their fans deserve."

How to watch NCIS: Los Angeles: You can watch previous seasons of the show on Paramount Plus and Pluto TV, or by purchasing them through YouTubeTV or Prime Video.

New Amsterdam

Ryan Eggold in New Amsterdam

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New Amsterdam ended its run on January 17 with a two-hour finale that brought the series to an end, offering closure to fans while also raising questions about why it had to end in the first place. 

How to watch New Amsterdam: New Amsterdam is available on Peacock, and the first two seasons are available to stream on Netflix. 

One Of Us Is Lying


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Five high school students think they're heading into detention, but only four of them end up leaving alive. The mystery is figuring out what happened. The story is the basis for One Of Us Is Lying

How to watch One Of Us Is Lying: The first two seasons of One Of Us Is Lying are available on Peacock


Despite a loyal fan base, HBO Max decided to pull the plug on Pennyworth after three seasons, likely as a result of the new direction from DC Studios and its co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran. 

How to watch Pennyworth: You can stream all three seasons of Pennyworth on HBO Max.

Perry Mason

Matthew Rhys as Perry Mason

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Perry Mason lasted two seasons on HBO, exploring the early life of the titular hero before he became a lawyer. In the updated version, Matthew Rhys played Mason as a private investigator in 1930s Los Angeles. 

How to watch Perry Mason: You can watch the first two seasons of Perry Mason on HBO Max. 


Rose Byrne in the Physical Season 1 finale

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Rose Byrne's Apple TV Plus series Physical is coming to an end in season 3. According  to Deadline, the third season was written in such a way so as to provide closure but also leave a few things open-ended.

The Physical season 3 premiere is August 2.

How to watch Physical: The first two seasons of Physical are available on Apple TV Plus. 

Queen of the Universe

Trixie Mattel.

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Singing drag competition Queen of the Universe from the producers of RuPaul's Drag Race wrapped its latest season in mid-June.

How to watch Queen of the Universe: Paramount Plus is removing Queen of the Universe from the streaming platform. We'll provide an update once we know where it is being moved.


Zach (Calum Worthy), and Clay (Johnny Knoxville) walking together in Reboot

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Reboot is a comedy about a team of actors from a family sitcom who come back together years later to bring the story back to life, only they have to deal with the struggle of making the story work in the modern age of television.

How to watch Reboot: The first season of Reboot is available to stream on Hulu. 

Reservation Dogs

Paulina Alexis , Devery Jacobs, D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, Lane Factor and Elva Guerra in Reservation Dogs

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FX announced that the Harjo and Taika Waititi series Reservation Dogs will come to an end with its third season, premiering August 3. The series follows a group of young Native Americans growing up on a reservation in Oklahoma, hailed as "one of the most important TV shows ever made" by FX executives in a statement. 

How to watch Reservation Dogs: The first two seasons of Reservation Dogs are available to stream on Hulu, and the third season will premiere on FX on August 3. 

The Resident

'The Resident' on Fox.

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After months of speculation, Fox pulled the plug on The Resident after six seasons. The show follows the hard-working team of doctors, nurses and administrators at Chastain Memorial Hospital as they face life or death decisions.

How to watch The Resident: You can watch The Resident on Hulu or through Fox on demand.


Toby Kebbell, Rupert Grint and Nell Tiger Free in Servant season 4

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Servant will come to an end in 2023, bringing closure to the story of a family that experienced horrible loss only to invite a possible threat into the family in the guise of a new nanny. 

How to watch Servant: The first three seasons of Servant are available on Apple TV Plus and new episodes of the fourth and final season are currently airing. 

Star Trek: Picard

John de Lancie as Q and Sir Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek Picard Season 2.

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Star Trek: Picard is coming to an end in 2023 with its third season. Fans are excited to see the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation officially coming together to bring the story to an end, but as with all things Star Trek there's always the possibility that Patrick Stewart and the rest of the crew will show up somewhere else in the galaxy.

How to watch Star Trek: Picard: The first two seasons of Star Trek: Picard are available on Paramount Plus. The third and final season debuts February 16, 2023.

Star Trek: Prodigy

Star Trek: Prodigy

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Star Trek: Prodigy is the first animated series in the Star Trek Universe that was marketed specifically for kids. The series aired on both Nickelodeon and Paramount Plus and featured the return of Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) as a hologram. The series was renewed for a second season, which is in post-production, but it will be shopped around as Paramount cancelled the series.

How to Watch Star Trek: Prodigy: Paramount Plus is pulling Star Trek: Prodigy from its streaming platform; as soon as we know where it lands we'll have an update for you here. 



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HBO announced that Succession will end with its fourth season. The wildly popular show about a powerful but highly dysfunctional family fighting over the family business has been a critical darling since it debuted with incredible performances from stars Jeremy Strong, Brian Cox, Sarah Snook and more.

How to watch Succession: The first three seasons of Succession are available to stream on HBO Max. Season 4 premieres on March 26.


Shemar Moore as Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson in SWAT season 6

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CBS cancelled S.W.A.T. after six seasons and then granted the show a rare pardon, giving it a green light for a seventh and final season set to air in the 2023-2024 TV season. The Shemar Moore-led series was based on the 1975 movie and series of the same name. The story follows a former Marine charges with leading a highly specialized Los Angeles law enforcement unit.

How to watch S.W.A.T.: S.W.A.T. is available on Paramount Plus. The season 6 finale airs May 19. 

Sweet Tooth

Gus in his wilderness home in Sweet Tooth.

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Netflix announced that Sweet Tooth will end with its third and final season, and the announcement came on the heels of the show's second season premiere on the platform. In a twist, though, it was revealed that season 3 had already been filmed. There's no word on when the third season will drop. The show is based on a graphic novel by Jeff Lemire.

How to watch Sweet Tooth: The first two seasons of Sweet Tooth are available to stream on Netflix now. 

Three Pines

Rossif Sutherland as Jean-Guy Beauvoir and Alfred Molina as Armand Gamache standing in front of a home in Three Pines

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Prime Video passed on a second season of Three Pines. The Alfred Molina series, based on the Inspector Gamache series of novels by Louise Penny. The first season followed an inspector investigating mysterious cases involving murdered indigenous women, with two episodes dedicated to each case. 

How to watch Three Pines: You can watch all eight episodes of the first season of Three Pines on Prime Video. 


Titans season 4 key art poster

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It the end of the line for Titans as the live-action series based on the popular DC Comics comic book team of young superheroes comes to an end at HBO Max. Titans, along with Doom Patrol, started out on DC Comics' streaming platform DC Universe and the show garnered a lot of buzz when Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites) dropped an f-bomb epithet about his mentor, Batman, in the show's first trailer. It has been a heck of a ride since the early days of the show; thankfully, the show will have a proper ending this spring.

How to watch Titans: The first three seasons and the first half of season 4 are available to stream on HBO Max. The final six episodes of Titans will premiere later this spring.

True Lies

Ginger Gonzaga and Steve Howey in True Lies

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Ginger Gonzaga and Steve Howey starred in the second attempt to bring True Lies to the small screen. Based on the 1994 movie, the series followed a spy and his wife on missions all over the globe. 

How to watch True Lies: The first season of True Lies is available to stream on Paramount Plus. 

Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

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The last episode of Octavia Spencer's Apple TV series Truth Be Told aired in March 2023. Now we learn that the series won't be moving forward after three seasons. Spencer shared the news on Instagram, noting that her character, Poppy Scoville, is going on vacation. Truth Be Told follows Spencer's Poppy, who investigates crimes on her podcast, with a new mystery to solve every season. 

How to watch Truth Be Told: All three seasons of Truth Be Told are available on Apple TV Plus. 


Brooks Ashmanskas as Stanley James, Neil Patrick Harris as Michael Lawson, Emerson Brooks as Billy Jackson

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Uncoupled is a comedy series starring Neil Patrick Harris. The show follows a gay  man who suddenly becomes single late in life and struggles to figure out the modern dating scene. Netflix decided not to renew the show for a second season. 

How to watch Uncoupled: The first season of Uncoupled is available to stream on Netflix. 

UPDATE: Uncoupled was saved by Showtime. Expect a second season at some point in the future. 

Vampire Academy

Kieron Moore carries Sisi Stringer in Vampire Academy 102

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Vampire Academy was a highly anticipated series from uber-executive producer Julie Plec (The Vampire Diaries, The Originals) based on Richelle Mead's beloved series of books. 

How to watch Vampire Academy: The first season of Vampire Academy is available to stream on Peacock.

Walker: Independence

Matt Barr, Katherine McNamara and Justin Johnson Cortez in Walker: Independence

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Walker: Independence was cancelled after one season on The CW. The series followed a Boston woman who witnessed her husband being murdered and goes on a quest for revenge, leading her to Independence, Texas, and putting her in the path of a rogue who is willing to help her cause. Matt Barr and Katherine McNamara starred in the short-lived drama.

How to watch Walker: Independence: You can watch the first season of Walker: Independence on The CW app for free and on HBO Max with a subscription. 


Warwick Davis as Willow Ufgood and Graham Hughes in Lucasfilm's Willow series.

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Warwick Davis returned to the Disney Plus series Willow to reprise his role from the original movie. While Disney passed on a second season, it was fun seeing the characters back in action after so many years. 

How to watch Willow: The first season of Willow is available on Disney Plus now. 

The Winchesters

Drake Rodger as John Winchester and Meg Donnelly as Mary Campbell walking with a torch in The Winchesters season 1

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The Supernatural spinoff The Winchesters only lasted a year at The CW but it is expected to be shopped around after its cancellation. The story follows Sam and Dean's parents, John and Mary, with tales of how they met and how they evolved into the heroes they became. 

How to watch The Winchesters: The first season of The Winchesters is available to stream on The CW app and HBO Max. 


Penn Badgley as Joe in You season 4

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Netflix  announced that You would return for a fifth and final season. The thrilling drama about a man (Penn Badgley) who becomes obsessed with the women who capture his attention. He'll stop at nothing to get what he wants, until the hunter becomes the hunted. 

How to watch You: The first four seasons of You are available to stream on Netflix. 


Comedian Ziwe Fumodoh hosted and executive produced this talk show that featured everything from comedy sketches, interviews and musical performances along with discussions about current events.

How to watch Ziwe: Ziwe can be streamed via Showtime.

Sarabeth Pollock
Editorial Content Producer


Sarabeth joined the What to Watch team in May 2022. An avid TV and movie fan, her perennial favorites are The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, true crime documentaries on Netflix and anything from Passionflix. You’ve Got Mail, Ocean's Eleven and Signs are movies that she can watch all day long. She's also a huge baseball fan, and hockey is a new favorite.  

When she's not working, Sarabeth hosts the My Nights Are Booked Podcast and a blog dedicated to books and interviews with authors and actors. She also published her first novel, Once Upon an Interview, in 2022.