TV Shows Cancelled: Goodbye to Your Favorites in 2023-2024 Season

LOS ANGELES (AP) – As the 2023-2024 broadcast season kicks off, viewers will have to bid farewell to some of their favorite TV shows. Although most scripted shows are premiering in January, February, and March this year, the list of series signing off in the coming months continues to grow.

Among the farewells is ABC’s “Station 19,” which concludes its seven-season run. CBS is saying goodbye to long-running hits like “Blue Bloods” after 14 seasons, as well as “Bob Hearts Abishola,” “S.W.A.T.,” and “Young Sheldon,” all ending their seven-season runs. Meanwhile, The CW’s “Superman & Lois” will wrap up after four seasons.

Streaming giants are not exempt from the changing TV landscape. Over at Disney+, fans will have to bid adieu to “Andor” after two seasons, “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” after three seasons, and “American Born Chinese” after just one season. Disney Channel’s “Bunk’d” concludes its seven-season journey, and Freeform’s “Good Trouble” signs off after five seasons.

FX’s “What We Do in the Shadows” wraps up after six seasons, while HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” comes to an end after its twelfth season. Hulu’s critically acclaimed series “The Handmaid’s Tale” concludes its six-season run, while NBC’s “La Brea” calls it quits after three seasons, and “Magnum P.I.” after five seasons.

Netflix will also say goodbye to a number of popular series. “Big Mouth” ends after eight seasons, “Cobra Kai” after six seasons, “Mo” after two seasons, and “Stranger Things” after five seasons. “Sweet Tooth” concludes after three seasons, “The Umbrella Academy” after four seasons, and “Vikings: Valhalla” after three seasons. Additionally, “You” wraps up after five seasons, while “Young Royals” concludes its three-season run.

Other shows bidding farewell include Paramount+’s “SEAL Team” after seven seasons and “Star Trek: Discovery” after five seasons. Paramount Network’s hit series “Yellowstone” concludes after five seasons, and Prime Video’s “Good Omens” wraps up after three seasons. Finally, Starz’s “Hightown” concludes after three seasons, along with “Outlander” after eight seasons, and “Minx” after two seasons.

It’s a bittersweet time for fans as they prepare to say goodbye to these beloved shows. However, the end of these series opens the door for new and exciting ventures in the ever-evolving landscape of television.

In the 2023-2024 broadcast season, several TV shows will be ending their runs. Some long-running series that are coming to an end include ABC’s “Station 19” after seven seasons and CBS’s “Blue Bloods” after 14 seasons. Streaming platforms like Disney+, Hulu, and Netflix will also bid farewell to a number of popular shows after multiple seasons. Other networks such as The CW, Freeform, FX, HBO, NBC, Paramount+, Paramount Network, Prime Video, and Starz will also see the conclusion of some of their series.

This wave of show endings signifies a changing TV landscape as creators and networks make room for new content and fresh ideas. It marks a bittersweet moment for fans who have grown attached to these shows over the years, but it also presents an opportunity for new and exciting storytelling in the future.