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Latest Cancellations News


‘Still The King’ Billy Ray Cyrus Comedy Series Canceled By CMT After 2 Seasons

Still The King

CMT has opted not to pick up a third season of scripted comedy Still The King starring Billy Ray Cyrus. Still the King, CMT’s first original scripted series, was a breakout, with its 2016 debut marking the network's highest-rated original series premiere at the time with more than 4.7 million total viewers in Live+3 across three Viacom networks. Its second season aired this past summer. Under the new Viacom leadership, CMT, a reinforcing brand in the new structure, has… Read


‘Nashville’ To End: Season 6 On CMT Will Be Country Drama Series’ Last

After six seasons — four on ABC and two on CMT — and more than 120 episodes. Nashville is coming to an end. The upcoming 16-episode sixth season of the country music drama, which debuts Jan. 4, will be its last. It will air in two parts, with the finale set for next summer. Nashville, created by Callie Khouri, survived a cancellation by ABC and the departure of its original co-lead Connie Britton. The series has done well at CMT, with the Season 5 premiere (and CMT debut)… Read


TV Land Cancels ‘Lopez’ & ‘Throwing Shade’ As ‘Nobodies’ Moves To Paramount Network

TV Land continues to pare down its original series slate. The Viacom network has canceled primetime comedy series Lopez, toplined by George Lopez, after two seasons and late-night comedy series Throwing Shade after one. Additionally, the Melissa McCarthy- and Ben Falcone-produced comedy series Nobodies will migrate to flagship Viacom scripted brand Paramount Network. The two cancellations and the relocation — which follow the decision earlier this year to also move upcomin… Read


‘Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn’ And ‘School Of Rock’ Canceled By Nickelodeon

Nicky Ricky Dicky Dawn

EXCLUSIVE: Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn and School of Rock will be coming to an end after four and three seasons, respectively. I hear Paramount Television, which produces the Emmy-nominated School of Rock, plans to shop it elsewhere. "Nickelodeon is not moving forward with production on Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn and School of Rock,” the network said in a statement to Deadline. “We are extremely proud of each series and thankful to the casts and crews for… Read


‘You’re The Worst’ Renewed For Fifth & Final Season On FXX

Season 4 of FXX comedy You’re the Worst wraps with two episodes tonight, and FX Networks said today that the series will end with a fifth and final season next year. The company said it was a mutual decision made with creator-showrunner Stephen Falk. "Making You're the Worst has been an incredible experience, and FX Networks have been dream partners," Falk said. "I am thankful to have the opportunity to be thoroughly judged whether or not we 'stick the landing' – which is… Read


‘Difficult People’ Canceled By Hulu After 3 Seasons

Difficult People

Hulu has opted not to renew its comedy series Difficult People for a fourth season. All 28 produced episodes of the show’s three seasons are currently streaming on the digital platform. Created and executive produced by Julie Klausner and executive produced by Amy Poehler, Difficult People played an important role in the evolution of Hulu as a home of original shows. It was the first of a new crop of high-end scripted series to debut on the streaming service, followed… Read


‘Daytime Divas’ Canceled By VH1 After One Season

Daytime Divas

VH1 is saying goodnight to Daytime Divas. The satirical series based on the 2011 book Satan's Sisters by Star Jones, one of the original co-hosts of The View, is ending after one season, Deadline has confirmed. With the cancellation of Daytime Divas, and The Breaks and Hit the Floor moving to BET, VH1 is becoming an unscripted-only network. The series wrapped with a two-hour finale on July 31, during which Maxine (Vanessa Williams) was arrested for her husband's murder… Read


Original UK ‘House Of Cards’ Creator “Devastated” By Cancellation

Lord Michael Dobbs

Lord Michael Dobbs, creator of the original UK series House of Cards, says he is "devastated" and "heartbroken" with the way in which the Netflix political drama is coming to an end. The streaming service said it is pulling the plug on the drama after upcoming sixth season next year following allegations of unwanted sexual advances in 1986 by Kevin Spacey against then-14-year-old actor Anthony Rapp. Today, Netflix and producer Media Rights Capital suspended production on S… Read


‘Playing House’ Canceled By USA After Three Seasons

There will be no Season 4 for USA Network’s single-camera comedy series Playing House from creators/stars Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair. The duo made the announcement via a video message to fans. (you an watch it below) "USA Network and Universal Cable Productions want to thank Jessica, Lennon and the entire cast and crew of Playing House for being amazing partners for three incredible, hilarious seasons,” the network and studio said in a statement. It was an honor… Read


‘Zoo’ Canceled By CBS After Three Seasons

After three seasons, CBS summer drama series Zoo is coming to an end. Zoo‘s run matches that of CBS’ first summer drama series under the current business model, Under the Dome, with both going for three seasons. Never a critical darling, the campy Zoo got off a strong start, especially in total viewers, earning a second-season renewal. But its ratings have eroded year after year — most recently to 2.65 million viewers and a 0.51 in adults 18-49 (Live+same day) for this… Read


‘The Night Shift’ Canceled By NBC After 4 Seasons

NBC has opted not to go forward with a fifth season of The Night Shift. The army vet medical drama, created and executive produced by Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah, flew under the radar for most of its run. The series, produced by Sony Pictures TV, exceeded expectations in its low-profile summer 2014 launch and, except for Season 2, which was used as a spring 2015 midseason replacement, aired in the off-season. "We want to thank our amazing creators and executive producers… Read


Woody Allen’s ‘Wonder Wheel’ Red Carpet Canceled At NY Film Festival

The premiere of Woody Allen’s Wonder Wheel will go forward at the New York Film Festival at 6 PM Saturday at Lincoln Center, but the red carpet has been canceled in the wake of revelations that Amazon’s TV chief, Roy Price, was put on an indefinite leave of absence following sexual harassment allegations. The after-party for the film will go on as scheduled, Deadline was told. Wonder Wheel marks the first theatrical release from Amazon Studios and was the closing-night… Read