Canceled TV Shows 2022: Which of Your Favorite Series Are Coming to an End?

Sumalee Montano as Agent Sato, Ashley Zukerman as Robert Langdon, Rick Gonzalez as Nunez in The Lost Symbol
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Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol Canceled After 1 Season at Peacock

It’s technically a new year, but it’s already the middle of the 2021-2022 TV season, which has been filled with plenty of shows to keep you busy — but not all are going to be sticking around to see next season.

Series can’t last forever, and there are only so many time slots for networks to fill, so eventually, all must come to an end (planned or otherwise). Below is the list of all the TV shows you’ll be saying goodbye to this year. (Stay tuned as this list is continuously updated.)

ABC

black-ish, 8 seasons

Pooch Perfect, 1 season

AMC

The Walking Dead, 11 seasons

Better Call Saul, 6 seasons

Kevin Can F**k Himself, 2 seasons

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BBC America

Killing Eve, 4 seasons

HBO

His Dark Materials, 3 seasons

NBC

Ellen’s Game of Games, 4 seasons

Netflix

Grace and Frankie, 7 seasons

The Crown, 6 seasons

Ozark, 4 seasons

Dead to Me, 3 seasons

Gentefied, 2 seasons

Cooking With Paris, 1 season

Peacock

Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, 1 season

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Prime Video

I Know What You Did Last Summer, 1 season

Showtime

American Rust, 1 season

TNT

Animal Kingdom, 6 seasons