8 Shows to Watch Now That ‘Scorpion’ Is Canceled

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“Monkey See, Monkey Poo” – To stop a dangerous virus from spreading, Team Scorpion must locate a rare endangered monkey in the Amazon that has the antibody for the cure. Also, Toby and Happy see a counselor (guest star Penn Jillette returns) to prepare for matrimony, on SCORPION, Monday, March 13 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured:Eddie Kaye Thomas, Robert Patrick, Elyes Gabel, Katharine McPhee, Rebeka Montoya. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS ©2017 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Streaming on CBS All Access

This rag-tag team of science geeks is the perfect remedy for fans who will miss the lighter side of Scorpion.

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Blindspot (NBC)

Streaming on Hulu

Another show means another group of characters — all with their own quirks — coming together to solve mysteries, and that’s exactly what Blindspot is.

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Bull

Streaming on CBS All Access

Starring Michael Weatherly, this legal procedural features another unexpected team working together to help lawyers select and win over favorable juries.

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Elementary

Streaming on CBS All Access

The mystery-solving duo of Watson (Lucy Liu) and Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) will help boost your post-cancellation morale as you get wrapped up in the intricacies of their cases.

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Lethal Weapon

Streaming on Hulu

Sure, there’s been some drama between the two leads — Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford — the latter of which was fired. But, there’s no time like the present to catch up on the first two seasons before Crawford’s replacement shows up next season.

The cast of the CBS series NCIS, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Pictured: David McCallum, Brian Dietzen, Emily Wickersham, Wilmer Valderrama, Rocky Carroll, Mark Harmon, Maria Bello, Sean Murray, Duane Henry, Pauley Perrette. Photo: Kevin Lynch/CBS © 2017 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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NCIS (CBS

Streaming on CBS All Access

There’s a reason NCIS is one of the longest-running shows on TV at the moment, so if you haven’t began the procedural by now, it’s a perfect time to start.

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Sneaky Pete (Amazon Original)

Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

Originally created with the intention of airing on Scorpion‘s home network of CBS, this series about one man’s con on a secret-filled family is witty, thought provoking, and a little more risque than network fare.

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The Blacklist (NBC)

Streaming on Netflix

Family ties, long-kept secrets, and involvement with the FBI make this a recipe for a successful crime drama.

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It’s a sad time when your favorite show is given a cold goodbye via swift cancellation, and that’s exactly what Scorpion fans are going through right now.

The series, which began in 2014, featured a group of highly-intelligent individuals putting a stop to potential threats on the country and world. And while there’s no show that is exactly the same, there are plenty of alternatives that fans can turn to when they’re in need of a binge.

From long-running series like NCIS or newer Amazon offerings like Sneaky Pete, we’ve rounded up eight shows to potentially fill that Scorpion shaped gap in fans’ hearts. Click through the gallery above for them all!