Here’s a list of TV shows that aired (or are expected to air) during the 2021-22 season (roughly September 2021 through August 2022) but won’t be back for the 2022-23 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been cancelled? Check our other season lists or our network, cable, and streaming show status pages.
Latest additions: Women of the Movement (ABC), Delilah (OWN), Supermarket Sweep (ABC), Marvel’s MODOK (Hulu), Pivoting (FOX), Our Kind of People (FOX), In the Dark (The CW), Roswell, New Mexico (The CW), 4400 (The CW), Charmed (The CW), Dynasty (The CW), Legacies (The CW), Naomi (The CW), The Endgame (NBC), Mr. Mayor (NBC), Kenan (NBC), How We Roll (CBS), Good Sam (CBS), Magnum PI (CBS), B Positive (CBS), United States of Al (CBS), Dollface (Hulu), Queens (ABC), Saved By the Bell (Peacock), DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (The CW), Space Force (Netflix), Batwoman (The CW), Pretty Smart (Netflix), The Last OG (TBS), Kill the Orange-Face Bear (TBS), Raising Dion (Netflix), On the Verge (Netflix), The Real (syndicated), Locke & Key (Netflix), DailyMailTV (syndicated), Archive 81 (Netflix), Maury (syndicated), The Baby-Sitters Club (Netflix), Nick Cannon (syndicated), The Good Dish (syndicated), Judge Jerry (syndicated), Flip or Flop (HGTV), Muppet Babies (Disney Junior), Gotham Central (HBO Max), The Big Leap (FOX), Ordinary Joe (NBC), Adults Adopting Adults (A&E), The Wendy Williams Show (syndicated), Another Life (Netflix), Promised Land (ABC), Love, Victor (Hulu), The Boondocks (HBO Max), Saints & Sinners (Bounce TV), American Rust (Showtime), Bringing Up Bates (UPtv), Work In Progress (Showtime), Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol (Peacock), Bull (CBS), Gentefied (Netflix), I Know What You Did Last Summer (Amazon Prime Video), Hawkeye (Disney+), Head of the Class (HBO Max), After Life (Netflix), The Dr. Oz Show (syndicated), Cowboy Bebop (Netflix), and Gabby Duran & the Unsittables (Disney Channel).
This list will be updated as the season progresses so feel free to bookmark and check back. If we’ve missed something, please let me know.
This comedy series starring creator Kenya Barris was initially renewed for a second season but that order was later rescinded. Barris had a multi-year $100 million deal with the streaming service but moved on in late 2020.
Bringing Up Bates (UPtv)
This reality series, which follows the very large Bates family, had been renewed for an 11th season and was scheduled to premiere on February 10, 2022. The cable channel decided to pull the plug as it shifts away from unscripted shows.
The Crown (Netflix)
Created by Peter Morgan, this historical drama chronicles the reign of Elizabeth II; the Queen of the United Kingdom and 15 other Commonwealth realms. It’s been announced that season six is the end.
Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol (Peacock)
Based on Brown’s book, this action mystery series follows a young man who’s hired by the CIA to solve a number of deadly puzzles and his mentor then goes missing. The prospects of a second season went missing too.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (The CW)
Airing for seven seasons, this series features multiple superheroes (and villains) from the DC universe as they work together on their time-traveling ship, the Waverider. It was cancelled after 110 episodes.
Gabby Duran & The Unsittables (Disney Channel)
Revolving around a teen who gets a job watching over a group of unruly extraterrestrial children, this comedy aired for two seasons before being cancelled.
The Harper House (Paramount+)
An adult animated comedy series, this show revolves around a formerly affluent family that has to downsize to an old family home in the poorer side of town. It lasted for one season.
Killing Eve (BBC America)
A black comedy and spy thriller, the show follows a British intelligence investigator who is assigned to capture a psychopathic assassin. It was renewed for a fourth and final season.
Love, Victor (Hulu)
Set in the same world as the Love, Simon feature film, this teen drama revolves around Victor Salazar (Michael Cimino) and his journey of self-discovery. It was announced that season three is the end.
Pretty Smart (Netflix)
A comedy series starring Emily Osment, this show follows a Harvard graduate and aspiring novelist who moves in with her sister and her friends. It was cancelled after one season.
Promised Land (ABC)
Following a blended Latinx family that runs a vineyard in Sonoma County, California, this low-rated drama was dropped by the network after five episodes. The remaining installments were slated to be released on Hulu.
Queen Sugar (OWN)
A drama set in Louisianna, this show revolves around three very different adult siblings who inherit a sugarcane farm from their deceased father. It was announced that season seven is the end.
Saints & Sinners (Bounce TV)
This primetime soap opera follows the lives of a pastor, a choir director, and other members of a Baptist church in a small town in Georgia. It’s been announced that season six is the end.
The Sinner (USA Network)
This show began as a mini-series but the cable channel turned it into a regular series starring Bill Pullman as a police detective. After four seasons, Pullman’s Harry Ambrose is getting some rest.
Ultimate Slip ‘N Slide (NBC)
Filming of the competition series was shut down following an outbreak of Giardia. Looking at the logistics and costs of restarting production, the peacock network opted to scrap the show.
United States of Al (CBS)
A comedy, this show follows an interpreter named Al from Afghanistan who moves to Columbus where his friend Riley, a Marine Corps veteran, lives. This Chuck Lorre-produced show ran for two seasons.