Entertainment TV TV Shows Canceled in 2022, Including 'The First Lady', 'Mr. Mayor' and More In 2022, TV networks and streaming services revealed that these shows will be ending or not returning for additional seasons By Breanne L. Heldman Published on January 31, 2022 01:14 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 69 Floribama Shore MTV. No. of Seasons: 4MTV won't be moving forward with a fifth season of the reality series — at least for the time being, according to Deadline. "Rip to a time in all of our lives," cast member Gus Smyrnios wrote on Instagram. "Despite everything, I love each of these people in their own way and I wouldn't have wanted to experience any of it with anyone else. For a bunch of young kids from the south I'm proud of everything we did and accomplished, when everyone wrote us off from the start. Wish everyone the best with their next page In life. Even you Jeremiah and Nilsa lol. Not bitter about anything anymore. People forget we were in our early 20s getting filmed drinking 24/7, gonna be some mistakes that lead to growth. I can truly say I laid my whole life out their to get critiqued and judged and I hope I at least helped some kids that could have struggles with the same things. Thanks to the fans who showed love to all of us through the years instead of trying to tear us down. Much love and on to new things." 02 of 69 The First Lady Ramona Rosales/SHOWTIME No. of Seasons: 1Showtime's anthology series featuring Viola Davis as Michelle Obama, Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt and Michelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford won't return for a second season — even with new featured first ladies. 03 of 69 The Wilds Amazon Studios No. of Seasons: 2"It was a thrill ride every single time we got those scripts in our inbox," star Sarah Pidgeon told PEOPLE ahead of season 2 of Amazon Prime Video's mystery-filled YA plane crash series. "There's just so many unexpected twists and turns and new challenges." Alas, those twists will remain unresolved. 04 of 69 Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty for TBS No. of Seasons: 7"As we continue to shape our new programming strategy, we've made some difficult, business-based decisions. Full Frontal with Samantha Bee will not return to TBS," a network spokesperson said in a statement to PEOPLE. "We are proud to have been the home to Full Frontal with Samantha Bee and thank Sam, and the rest of the Emmy-nominated team for their groundbreaking work. We celebrate this extraordinarily talented cast and crew and look forward to exploring new opportunities to work with them in the future." 05 of 69 Desus & Mero Robby Klein/Getty No. of Seasons: 4Showtime's late-night comedy series came to a halt when hosts Desus Nice and The Kid Mero decided to pursue "separate creative endeavors moving forward," the network said in a statement. The final episode aired on June 23. 06 of 69 Duncanville FOX No. of Seasons: 3The Fox animated series was created by Amy Poehler, Mike Scully and Julie Scully. Poehler also voiced several characters, as did Ty Burrell, Riki Lindhome, Betsy Sodaro, Yassir Lester and Zach Cherry, Rashida Jones, Wiz Khalifa and Joy Osmanski. 07 of 69 Woke Steve Swisher/Hulu No. of Seasons: 2The comedy starring New Girl's Lamorne Morris and based on the life and work of cartoonist and series co-creator Keith Knight won't see a third season on Hulu. "Unrestricted free agency has just begun," Morris wrote on Instagram when the news broke. "We had a good run but now it's time for me to cancel my Hulu subscription but not before thanking all the fans. This wouldn't have been possible without y'all support. The way y'all rallied behind Woke was incredible. Having folks on the street stop me to show love for the characters and the writing has been incredibly rewarding. Especially when we tackle, what we tackle. Playing Keith Knight has been an absolute pleasure especially with the wonderful cast and crew assembled. Thanks for including me on your journey. Looking forward to this new chapter and what life reveals next." Morris then added: "Ok maybe i won't cancel my subscription the way they canceled us. I'll take the higher road and merely downgrade to just the sports package. Because Hulu Does have live sports." 08 of 69 Made for Love Beth Dubber/HBO Max No. of Seasons: 2Cristin Milioti and Billy Magnussen's futuristic sci-fi series on HBO Max isn't headed to the future. "We are tremendously grateful for the truly spectacular journey of these past two seasons, courtesy of Alissa Nutting, Christina Lee, Cristi, Billy, Ray [Romano] and the entire Made for Love cast and creative team — especially Zelda the talking dolphin and everyone's favorite synthetic love interest, Diane," HBO Max said in a statement to Variety. "Like a Gogol chip, the series will always be on our minds." 09 of 69 The Big D No. of Seasons: 0The TBS dating reality series, hosted by JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers, was canceled just weeks before its July premiere date. "We're assessing our schedule to ensure we have the right content mix to support our network strategies," a TBS/TNT rep explained to Deadline. The show brought recent divorcees together to meet new love interests — all while their ex-spouses looked on. 10 of 69 Legends of the Hidden Temple The CW No. of Seasons: 1The CW's reboot of the popular Nickelodeon game show from the '90s — hosted by actress and comedian Cristela Alonzo — premiered with a whimper and never recovered. 11 of 69 Raised by Wolves HBO No. of Seasons: 2Abubakar Salim, the star of Ridley Scott's HBO Max sci-fi series first shared the news of the show's cancelation on Twitter. "It's not surprising, especially after the news of the mergers and what is happening at Warner [Bros. Discovery, which owns HBO Max], that a lot of shows are not having their stories finished. And unfortunately, one of those shows is Raised by Wolves." 12 of 69 Delilah OWN No. of Seasons: 1The legal drama starring Maahra Hill aired on OWN in the spring of 2021, but was canceled a year later without a second season. The show was created and executive-produced by Greenleaf's Craig Wright. 13 of 69 Marvel's M.O.D.O.K. Courtesy Marvel No. of Seasons: 1The stop-motion animated series on Hulu was canceled after just 10 episodes. M.O.D.O.K, which stands for Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing, was voiced by Patton Oswalt. Melissa Fumero, Aimee Garcia, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ben Schwartz, Beck Bennett, Jon Daly and Sam Richardson also voiced characters. 14 of 69 Pivoting Michael Becker / FOX No. of Seasons: 1Fans of this Fox comedy — starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Eliza Coupe and Maggie Q as close friends all facing an existential crisis following the death of their fourth — were devastated by the May 13 news of the show's cancelation. 15 of 69 Our Kind of People Dana Hawley/FOX No. of Seasons: 1Fox's Yaya DaCosta vehicle, set in the idyllic Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard and executive-produced by Empire's Lee Daniels, was canceled on May 13. 16 of 69 Mr. Mayor NBC No. of Seasons: 2Ted Danson followed his winning run on The Good Place with this NBC workplace sitcom in which his character, a superwealthy retired businessman, became the mayor of Los Angeles. Holly Hunter played his ambitious and brash deputy mayor. 17 of 69 Good Sam Danielle Blancher/CBS No. of Seasons: 1The CBS medical and family drama, starring Sophia Bush and Jason Isaacs, apparently flatlined — and was canceled on May 12. "We made a forever family. And that's what the #GoodSamFam will always be," Bush wrote on Instagram. "I am truly filled with so much gratitude, that there isn't room for anything else. This has been an adventure in JOY. Onward." 18 of 69 Magnum, P.I. CBS No. of Seasons: 4Another reboot bites the dust. This iteration on CBS, starring Jay Hernandez, was canceled on May 12. "All good thing must come to an end," Hernandez wrote on Twitter. "We made memories I'll be forever grateful for and thanks to each & every one of you for going on this wild ride with us. It's all love. Until next time." 19 of 69 Kenan Casey Durkin/NBC No. of Seasons: 2Kenan Thompson somehow managed to film this NBC sitcom on the West Coast (about a single dad raising two preteen daughters, Aubrey (Dani Lane) and Birdie (Dannah Lane) and fly back to NYC for Saturday Night Live, among his many other TV jobs. It was an impressive feat for two seasons. 20 of 69 Dynasty the cw No. of Seasons: 5May 12 became death day for the dramas on The CW, as seven series, including this long-running soapy reboot staring Elizabeth Gillies and Eliza Bennett, were canceled (and two more were given the axe just weeks before). Still, the cast was optimistic and working hard. "Saving the goodbyes for a later post since we still have 12 fantastic episodes for you to enjoy and 6 more to shoot!" Gillies wrote on Instagram. 21 of 69 Legacies Tom Griscom/The CW No. of Seasons: 4After 13 years, The Vampire Diaries story has finally ended on The CW. The hit series ran for eight seasons and launched two spinoffs: The Originals, which aired from 2013-2018, and this, Legacies, which saw the offspring of beloved characters attend The Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted. 22 of 69 Charmed Colin Bentley/The CW No. of Seasons: 4The CW's witchy reboot was met with less-than-lovely reactions from its original series cast — but that didn't stop it from casting a spell on audiences for four seasons. As part of the May 12 bloodbath of CW show cancelations, the Charmed writers tweeted, "If we had to attend the CW's Red Wedding, we're at least honored to have been there with @4400writersroom, @LegaciesW, @TheCWNaomi, @CWInTheDark, @cw_dynasty, and @RoswellNMRoom. Plus our dear friends who went down at the Red Rehearsal Dinner: @BatwomanWriters and @LoTWritersRoom." 23 of 69 Roswell, New Mexico John Golden Britt/The CW No. of Seasons: 4The alien series reboot, starring Jeanine Mason and Michael Trevino, premieres its fourth — and now final — season on The CW on June 6. "I don't know how a girl can get so lucky," Mason wrote on Instagram. "Thank you to all the artists, technicians, powers that be and aliens that lent a little of their magic to our show. I will love you forever for it. And to all of you, for the last four years in the desert." 24 of 69 Naomi The CW No. of Seasons: 1The CW's superhero drama — written and executive-produced by Ava DuVernay and Jill Blankenship, based on a DC Comic and starring Kaci Walfall — lost the fight on May 12. 25 of 69 In the Dark Marni Grossman/The CW No. of Seasons: 4Season 4 of drama series about a blind woman in her 20s (Perry Mattfeld) premieres June 6 on The CW and will be the show's last. 26 of 69 The 4400 Lori Allen/The CW No of Seasons: 1The reboot of the famed sci-fi series was canceled as part of The CW's pre-Upfront presentation culling. Wrote EP Ariana Jackson: "In the world we live in now, we take nothing for granted, and we hope the future gets brighter for all the real world superheroes who proudly walk in their truths every day." 27 of 69 How We Roll Cliff Lipson/CBS No. of Seasons: 1The Pete Holmes-fronted CBS comedy bowled its last game with a May 12 cancelation. 28 of 69 The Endgame Eric Liebowitz/NBC No. of Seasons: 1After heavy promotion throughout the 2022 Winter Olympic Games and the Super Bowl, the Morena Baccarin and Ryan Michelle Bathe-fronted thriller — about a criminal mastermind known for pulling off bank heists and the FBI agent going after her — didn't quite thrill. NBC pulled the plug ahead of its Upfront presentation in May. 29 of 69 B Positive Michael Yarish/CBS No. of Seasons: 2Season 1 of the CBS comedy followed Thomas Middleditch as Drew, a man in need of a kidney, and Annaleigh Ashford as Gina, his donor, and how they connected with one another. After the season 2 finale in March, Lorre told TVLine he hoped for a third season in order to explore "a genuine relationship between Gina and Drew." 30 of 69 United States of Al Michael Yarish/CBS No. of Seasons: 2The Chuck Lorre comedy, which followed the relationship between a combat veteran (Parker Young) and the interpreter he used during his time in Afghanistan (Adhir Kalyan), ended its run after 35 episodes on CBS. 31 of 69 Dollface Jessica Brooks/Hulu No. of Seasons: 2The Kat Dennings-led comedy (also starring Brenda Song) on Hulu won't be returning for a third go-round. "Don't smile because it's over, cry because it happened," Dennings wrote on Twitter shortly after the news broke on May 10. 32 of 69 Queens Kim Simms/ABC No. of Seasons: 1Eve, Brandy, Naturi Naughton and Nadine Velazquez came together as a fictional girl group, called Nasty Bitches, reuniting in the present day after being one of the hottest hip-hop acts of the 1990s. They squashed beefs and dropped beats, but, unfortunately, weren't able to turn the Fox series into a hit. "We still have our crowns 👑 !" Naughton wrote on Instagram. "Thanks to all the fans who took the journey back to 1999 with us… I MEAN, working alongside legendary #queens like @brandy & @therealeve was surreal for me! The lil jersey girl in me is still jumping inside❤️🔥 and @nadinevelazquez who dove right in to the hip hop shenanigans! We gave it our ALL ladies! I'm proud of us! 💪🏾❤️" 33 of 69 Saved by the Bell Trae Patton/Peacock No. of Seasons: 2The Peacock reboot may have brought Zach (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), Kelly (Tiffani Thiessen), Jessie (Elizabeth Berkley), Slater (Mario Lopez) and Lisa (Lark Voorhies) back together to attempt to change the lives of a new class at Bayside High, but they weren't able to make it to graduation. "So disappointed by this news," Gosselaar wrote on Twitter. "So many talented individuals in all departments creating something original from a reboot. Respect and admiration to everyone involved and thanks to the viewers." A Peacock spokesperson said in a statement, "We are so proud to have been the home of the next iteration of Saved by the Bell for both new and OG fans. Saved by the Bell has been a cultural mainstay for more than 30 years and the new series, led by Tracey Wigfield's superfan enthusiasm and signature witty humor, seamlessly continued the show's legacy, all while allowing more audiences to feel seen." 34 of 69 Promised Land ABC/Daniel Delgado No. of Seasons: 1Pulled from the schedule after just five episodes and left to stream on Hulu, the ABC drama — about two warring Latinx families in Sonoma Valley and starring Christine Ochoa, Bellamy Young and John Ortiz — was clearly on its way out. 35 of 69 Space Force Netflix/Kobal/Shutterstock No. of Seasons: 2Just a few months after its season 2 premiere, Netflix has opted not to send the Steve Carell-led comedy into a third mission, Deadline confirmed. According to THR, Carell was making more than $1 million an episode. 36 of 69 Legends of Tomorrow Diyah Pera/The CW No. of Seasons: 7"Well, folks. It's been an incredible run," showrunner Keto Shimizu wrote in a tweet on April 29. "However, the CW has let us know that there will be no season 8 of #LegendsOfTomorrow. We are heartbroken, but also immensely grateful for the amazing work our cast, crew, and writers have contributed to the little show that could." 37 of 69 Batwoman Katie Yu/The CW No. of Seasons: 3"Just got the sad news that #Batwoman will not be seeing an S4," Caroline Dries, the showrunner of the CW series, wrote on Twitter on April 29. "I am bummed, but full of gratitude. What an honor to make 51 episodes. So many inspiring, brilliant people contributed to this series. Thank you producers, cast and crew. Thank you, fans! We love you." 38 of 69 The Last O.G. K.C. Bailey No. of Seasons: 4The Tracy Morgan-starring TBS comedy will not be getting a fifth season, according to TVLine. The decision was reportedly made in December, though the news didn't break until April 27. 39 of 69 Pretty Smart Patrick McElhenney/Netflix No. of Seasons: 1The Netflix comedy starring Emily Osment and Gregg Sulkin was cancelled shortly after Osment was promoted to series regular on CBS's Young Sheldon, according to TVLine. 40 of 69 Raising Dion netflix No. of Seasons: 2"I'm heartbroken that our show isn't moving forward with another season, not only because I won't get to work with my amazing cast and crew in the same way again, but because I feel Raising Dion did so much for little black and brown children and children with disabilities," star Alisha Wainwright wrote on Instagram of the Netflix superhero series, which was executive produced by Michael B. Jordan. "I wish we could give them more stories in our wonderful Dion world. My heart aches for the little ones. I hope you enjoyed what we put out there and I look forward to seeing my peers create other projects that touch the lives of our community." 41 of 69 On the Verge Netflix No. of Seasons: 1Creator, producer, writer, director and star Julie Delpy quietly confirmed that the Netflix series — about four women — was cancelled in response to a fan on Instagram. Later, she added, "Thank you for all the support. I was a little quick in saying that it's canceled. The truth is other streamers are interested in taking over so it might not be completely dead yet. After all not everybody hates middle-age women stories😂😍! I had a great second season in mind. So we'll see." 42 of 69 The Real Warner Bros. Entertainment No. of Seasons: 8Warner Bros. and Telepictures cancelled the daytime talk show on April 8. "In the end The Real cast & crew did everything we could to scale the show down," Love wrote on Instagram. "We shot 7-8 shows in 3 days, no audience, made a conference room into a studio, but in my opinion Covid costs killed this show. It's been a great ride and thanks to the viewers for 8 great seasons!" 43 of 69 Archive 81 Quantrell D. Colbert/Netflix No. of Seasons: 1Just weeks after its January debut, Netflix pulled the plug on this horror drama starring Mamoudou Athie and Dina Shihabi. 44 of 69 Maury Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty No. of Seasons: 31Maury Povich's syndicated daytime talk show will come to an end in September. "Six years ago when I was ready to retire, the NBCUniversal family asked me to continue the show," Povich, 83, said in a statement. "Even though I told them I was ready for assisted living, out of loyalty to NBCUniversal and my more than 100 staff and crew members, [Executive Vice President of NBCUniversal Syndication Studios] Tracie Wilson and I agreed to one more deal. I'm so proud of my relationship with NBCUniversal and all those who worked on the Maury show, but as I occasionally tell my guests on Maury, 'Enough, already!'" 45 of 69 The Baby-Sitters Club COURTESY OF NETFLIX No. of Seasons: 2Kristy, Claudia, Stacey, Mary Anne and Dawn's friendship may last forever, but their show won't. Netflix is not ordering a third season of the middle school dramedy based on Ann M. Martin's beloved novel series. "Although I am heartbroken not to be returning to Stoneybrook for 20 more seasons, I am so proud of the incredible show our amazing cast and crew created and the way it brought joy and comfort to so many when they needed it most," creator and showrunner Rachel Shukert said in a statement. 46 of 69 Flip or Flop Courtesy HGTV No. of Seasons: 10The popular HGTV series starring exes Christina Haack and Tarek El Moussa — which first debuted in 2013 — surprised fans by announcing the conclusion of the series just before the season 10 finale. "I will be forever grateful to have had a series for a decade," Haack told PEOPLE exclusively. "It's a huge accomplishment and everyone who worked on the show should be very proud. The series made it through ups and downs and trust me it wasn't always easy." She and El Moussa went through a public divorce in the middle of the series' run and have been navigating co-parenting and new relationships on screen since. Haack's other HGTV show, Christina on the Coast, and El Moussa's, Flipping 101 with Tarek El Moussa, both will continue. 47 of 69 The Big Leap getty No. of Seasons: 1"I just got the news that The Big Leap has been cancelled," Scott Foley, one of the stars of the Fox ensemble dramedy, said in a heartfelt message on Instagram posted March 4. "I'm disappointed. I thought it was a really great show, a show I'm really proud of. But I want to say thank you to everybody who watched, who tuned in, who talked about it, who believed in us and stuck with the show. I think we're better for it. Is that a thing? Can you be better for watching a TV show? I think so." Costar Teri Polo wrote, "I have struggled the last few days with what to say with the most uniquely talented, full of life and passion, determined, hard working, joyful, hilarious, uplifting and unabashedly real cast, I was so privileged to share a screen with. The realm of talent you all own and grace our creative world with is completely without measure. I admire, respect, and am in awe of you all. ... Basically, my long winded diatribe is to say I'm heartbroken, yet will always carry the greatness we all know we created." 48 of 69 Ordinary Joe Matt Miller/NBC/ Getty No. of Seasons: 1The drama followed James Wolk's Joe through three possible versions of reality based on a difficult decision he had to make on his college graduation day, but NBC ultimately decided his fate on March 4. "Words cannot express the love and respect and unification that existed on set every single day during the making of Ordinary Joe," Wolk wrote on Instagram the next day. "This project was filled with some of the most creative, giving, supportive, driven, and humble artists and crew members I've ever had the pleasure of collaborating with. Every day on set, despite wearing masks and shooting during the pandemic and regardless of the long hours that our business demands, I saw smiles and love all around me. I'm so proud of this show and so grateful I was able to make it with this group of people. I'm also blown away and humbled by the audience that tuned in week after week to watch our story unfold. If there's one message that this show stood for, it's the idea that life is what we make of it. So go out there and live your life to the fullest. Embrace the good and the bad and keep putting one foot in front of the other! Until next time." 49 of 69 The Nick Cannon Show Nick Cannon. Andy Kropa/Invision/AP/Shutterstock No. of Seasons: 1"This has been a dream come true for me to be able to do this for you each and everyday," host Nick Cannon said on March 10, the day his talk show's cancellation was announced. "But my business mind, I want to expand and elevate in a way. So, I'm still going to be here. I'm still going to do this. We ain't going nowhere." The series will wrap in May. 50 of 69 Judge Jerry Virginia Sherwood/NBC No. of Seasons: 3Jerry Springer's syndicated daytime courtroom show won't be getting a fourth season, according to Deadline. It will remain on the air through September. 51 of 69 The Good Dish The Good Dish No. of Seasons: 1When The Dr. Oz Show went off the air in January in order for its host to run for office, the spinoff The Good Dish, hosted by Dr. Mehmet Oz's daughter, Daphne Oz, as well as Gail Simmons and Jamika Pessoa, was created. Alas, the syndicated talk show was dropped just two months after its launch. 52 of 69 Neighbours Fremantle Media/Shutterstock No. of Seasons: 38The long-running Australian soap opera — which helped launch the careers of Russell Crowe, Margot Robbie, Kylie Minogue, and the Hemsworth brothers, to name a few — is wrapping up. "We are so sorry to say that after nearly 37 years and almost 9000 episodes broadcast we have to confirm that Neighbours will cease production in June," the show tweeted on March 3. 53 of 69 Adults Adopting Adults a+e network No. of Seasons: Less than 1The A&E reality series, which followed six pairs who were pursuing adult adoption in order to add a new family member to their households, was originally set for a 10-episode run, but was pulled after only three. The show was canceled due to low ratings, according to Variety. 54 of 69 Another Life netflix No. of Seasons: 2"I'd like to thank everyone single person who watched & supported Another Life on Netflix," Katee Sackhoff, the star of the sci-fi drama, tweeted on Feb. 21. "To our crew & cast thank you for always working so hard & being prepared. I wish we could do more seasons but sadly it's just not in the cards. See you on the next adventure." 55 of 69 In Treatment Uzo Aduba. Suzanne Tenner/HBO No. of Seasons: 4The first three seasons of this therapist drama starred Gabriel Byrne and ran from 2008-2010. Its 2021 reimagining, starring Uzo Aduba, came out of a desire to create fresh shows while adhering to strict COVID-19 protocols during the peak of the pandemic. While working with Aduba was "great," HBO/HBO Max chief content officer Casey Bloys told Variety that there were "no plans to continue" with the series. 56 of 69 The Prince Courtesy of HBO No. of Seasons: 1The satirical animated comedy about the British royals and told through the eyes of Prince George (voiced by series creator Gary Janetti) was met with its share of criticism upon its launch and "is not moving forward," HBO and HBO Max Chief Content Officer Casey Bloys told Deadline during the Television Critics Assn. virtual press tour. 57 of 69 Black Monday Nicole Wilder/SHOWTIME No. of Seasons: 3Despite a couple of lead actor Emmy nominations for Don Cheadle, the 1980s-set Wall Street comedy "will not be moving forward with a fourth season," Showtime revealed on Jan. 27. "Don Cheadle, Regina Hall, Andrew Rannells, Paul Scheer, and Casey Wilson led a fantastic cast, and we are grateful to Jordan Cahan, David Caspe, and all who worked on the show for three hilarious seasons." 58 of 69 Work in Progress Adrian S. Burrows/SHOWTIME No. of Seasons: 2"We are incredibly proud of the two seasons of Work in Progress and were thrilled to spotlight the enormous talents of Abby McEnany, Lilly Wachowski, and the entire cast and creative team," Showtime said in a statement announcing the end of the comedy series, which starred McEnany, Karin Anglin, Celeste Pechous, Julia Sweeney and Theo Germaine. Showrunner Wachowski tweeted, "Over the Thanksgiving holiday, I got the extremely disappointing news from the execs at Showtime that Work in Progress was not going to be picked up for a third season. It was a major bummer." 59 of 69 American Rust Matthias Clamer/Showtime No. of Seasons: 1"We can confirm that American Rust will not be moving forward with a second season," Showtime said in a statement on Jan. 25. "We would like to thank our partners at Boat Rocker, our talented showrunner Dan Futterman and the rest of the wonderful writers, and our amazing cast led by Jeff Daniels and Maura Tierney." 60 of 69 Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol Rafy/Peacock No. of Seasons: 1Peacock opted not to renew the series, based on Dan Brown's popular Robert Langdon novel and starring Ashley Zukerman, for a second season. "We were so proud to bring this action-packed mystery thriller to our members and enjoyed watching this compelling series unfold with a satisfying, complete story," the streamer said in a statement. "We're grateful to Dan Dworkin, Jay Beattie, Dan Brown, Brian Grazer and Ron Howard along with CBS Studios, Imagine Television and UTV for bringing this international bestselling novel to life." 61 of 69 Small Fortune Trae Patton/NBC No. of Seasons: 1Based on a British format, the NBC game show hosted by Lil Rel Howery saw teams of three compete in teeny-tiny challenges for a chance to win big money. 62 of 69 Pooch Perfect Rebel Wilson in Pooch Perfect. Robert Trachtenberg/ABC No. of Seasons: 1ABC's dog-grooming competition series, hosted by Rebel Wilson and based on an Australian show, was one of the network's lowest-rated entries of 2021 according to Deadline and is officially taking a walk. 63 of 69 Bull CBS No. of Seasons: 6CBS and star Michael Weatherly announced on Jan. 18 that the current season, the show's sixth, will be its last. "It's been my privilege to play Dr Jason Bull but after 6 Seasons of incredible storylines, I've decided it's time to pursue new creative challenges and bring his story to a close. It has been an honor to work with this talented cast, crew, and writing/producing team who helped reinvent the legal drama. Stay tuned for a big series finish," the actor wrote on Twitter. 64 of 69 Bringing Up Bates UPTV No. of Seasons: 10The UPtv hit, which followed Gil and Kelly Jo Bates and their 19 children, filmed for an 11th season, but the network announced it would no longer be moving forward with the series. "We will be focusing our programming in 2022 on movies and a new scripted series to be announced soon," UPtv said in a statement. "When we premiered Bringing Up Bates, the series was focused on parents with 19 kids who were teenagers and young children. The cameras were there to capture the love, laughs and big life moments, as the family continued to grow. Thank you to Gil and Kelly Jo Bates for welcoming viewers into your family's home over the past ten seasons." The family responded in a statement: "We realize God's timing is always perfect, and we are looking forward to what the future holds for our own family, as well as the network!" 65 of 69 The Hills: New Beginnings MTV Studios No. of Seasons: 2The reboot of MTV's The Hills (2006-2010) brought Heidi and Spencer Pratt, Brody Jenner, Audrina Patridge and more back together for more reality TV glory in 2019, but it was short-lived. However, the franchise may live on, as sources say new iterations are still in the works. 66 of 69 Ellen's Game of Games NBC No. of Seasons: 4Months after announcing that The Ellen DeGeneres Show would end in 2022, NBC revealed that the host's primetime game show would not be returning for a fifth season. The show, which premiered in 2017 and last aired in May 2021, featured larger-than-life versions of games that were previously included on DeGeneres' talk show. In each episode, contestants would compete for the chance to win $100,000. 67 of 69 Cooking with Paris KIT KARZEN/NETFLIX No. of Seasons: 1Paris Hilton won't be making a mess in the kitchen with her celebrity friends for a second season on Netflix. Kim Kardashian, Demi Lovato and Saweetie were among the stars who stopped by to stir it up with the deejay and entrepreneur in season 1. 68 of 69 Gentefied NETFLIX No. of Seasons: 2The Netflix series, executive produced by America Ferrera, followed a Mexican American family dealing with upheavals in their neighborhood and community in Los Angeles. "I have nothing but immense pride for this gorgeous show and the incredibly talented humans who came together to put something new and deeply authentic on our screens," Ferrera told Deadline upon the show's cancellation. It starred Karrie Martin, J.J. Soria, Carlos Santos, and Joaquín Cosío. 69 of 69 I Know What You Did Last Summer AMAZON No. of Seasons: 1Prime Video's YA horror series, based on the novel by Lois Duncan (which were previously adapted for the 1997 movie), was not picked up for a second season. The show starred Madison Iseman, Brianne Tju, Ezekiel Goodman, Ashley Moore, Sebastian Amoruso, Fiona Rene, Cassie Beck, Brooke Bloom and Bill Heck.