All TV series must eventually come to an end, regardless of how hard it’s going to be for fans to mention goodbye. This year has marked the conclusion of several popular shows, including some that have only recently been canceled (like “Designated Survivor” and “Sunnyside”) et al. will simply call it quits after the 2019-2020 season (such as “Mr. Robot” and “The Good Place”).
So which shows do you have to prepare to mention a final farewell to? Here’s a glance at the TV comedies and dramas fans have had to mention goodbye to for one reason or another.
Sorry “Suits” fans — it’s just like the franchise is officially done on the USA Network. The channel has officially canceled “Pearson,” the “Suits” spinoff starring Gina Torres’ character, Jessica Pearson. The cancellation comes about six weeks after the show’s 10-episode run, which simply couldn’t capture the expansive audience that its parent show had. consistent with The Hollywood Reporter, “Pearson” only averaged about half the viewership of “Suits” during the initial airing of every episode, making it USA’s least-watched scripted series of the year.
AMC has canceled “Lodge 49” after two seasons, making the second season finale it is the series finale.
“We are so proud to possess had Lodge 49 on our air,” the network said during a statement. “This wonderful show gave audiences fresh and unforgettable characters during a world that didn’t exist anywhere else on television.”
NBC’s freshman drama “The InBetween,” starring Harriet Dyer, has been canceled after just one season. consistent with Deadline, the news wasn’t unexpected. Upon its release, “The InBetween” drew several rock bottom ratings of NBC’s summer lineup, and several other of the creators and executive producers behind the show have already moved on to new projects.