Show after show after show across all networks have been canceled in one of the bloodiest spring cuts we've seen in a very long time. While there are shows like Quantico and Scorpion that we expected to go, new shows like Rise and The Crossing and favorites like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Superior Donuts have also been slashed.
The good news is Brooklyn Nine-Nine was snagged by NBC and Lethal Weapon was brought back from the dead by replacing lead character Martin Riggs with fired Clayne Crawford with American Pie's Seann William Scott.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a celebrity fan favorite, with names like Lin Manuel Miranda and Mark Hamill, which may have helped their move. Timeless has the help of Kelly Clarkson (American Idol, The Voice) who has launched a Twitter campaign to help their renewal happen. Last year, Timeless was canceled and brought back by fan support.
WHAT IS LIFE??!!!!! I can’t believe I just ran into WYATT!!!!! Literally, best mother’s day weekend ever!!!
PLEASE #RenewTimeless This is a sign from the tv Gods ? @MattLanter pic.twitter.com/zX1ryAKqal
— Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson) May 12, 2018
Ghosted and LA to Vegas are both hanging on by a thread, with fans anticipating both being canceled.
There is still much bloodshed to weep over despite some last minute saves. Here's the list in alphabetical order of the shows that have been canceled.
Alex Inc. (ABC)
Designated Survivor (ABC)
Great News (NBC)
Kevin Can Wait (CBS)
Kevin (Probably) Saves the World (ABC)
Life Sentence (The CW)
Living Biblically (CBS)
Marvel’s Inhumans (ABC)
Me, Myself & I (CBS)
New Girl (FOX)
Once Upon a Time (ABC)
Shots Fired (FOX)
Superior Donuts (CBS)
Ten Days in the Valley (ABC)
The Brave (NBC)
The Crossing (ABC)
The Last Man on Earth (FOX)
The Exorcist (FOX)
The Mayor (ABC)
The Mick (FOX)
Wisdom of the Crowd (CBS)
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