17 Shows Canceled by Networks This Week

Which series is next on the network chopping block?

It hasn’t been an easy week for many shows, as networks have been making tough decisions about what to bring back to TV next season. So far, we’ve counted 17 cancellations for this week alone, and there are surely more to come.

According to a report from EW, the reasons behind all this bloodshed are connected to the end of pilot season and networks gearing up for their yearly presentations to advertisers. Basically, it’s all about the money. Don’t worry — soon networks will be allowing the new shows they’re adding to their slates as well.

Below is a list of the series that won’t be coming back next year, unless another network or streaming provider swoops in to save the day. Did any of your favorite shows get canceled?

The Expanse (SyFy) 3 Seasons

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Quantico (ABC) 3 Seasons

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Designated Survivor (ABC) 2 Seasons

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Deception (ABC) 1 Season

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Alex, Inc. (ABC) 1 Season

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The Crossing (ABC) 1 Season

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Taken (NBC) 2 Seasons

Great News (NBC) 1 Season

The Brave (NBC) 1 Season

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Rise (NBC) 1 Season

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox) 5 Seasons

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The Last Man on Earth (Fox) 4 Seasons

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The Mick (Fox) 2 Seasons

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The Exorcist (Fox) 2 Seasons

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Lucifer (Fox) 3 Seasons

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Life Sentence (The CW) 1 Season

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Valor (The CW) 1 Season

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David Griffin still watches DuckTales in his pajamas with a cereal bowl in hand. He’s also the TV Editor for IGN. Say hi on Twitter.

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