May 17, 2012 at 11:58 am #244233
Below is a list of television series that are ending or have been canceled following the 2012-2013 U.S. television season (June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013).
666 Park Avenue
Body of Proof
Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23
How to Live with Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)
Trust Us with Your Life
Jane By Design
The Secret Life of the American Teenager
Gene Simmons Family Jewels
Made in Jersey
Rules of Engagement
Emily Owens, MD
The L.A. Complex
Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings
Ben & Kate
The Cleveland Show
The Mob Doctor
Attack of the Show
Life’s Too Short
America’s Most Wanted
America’s Best Dance Crew
Do No Harm
Guys with Kids
The New Normal
Rock Center with Brian Williams
Up All Night
All My Babies’ Mamas
The Big C
Judge Joe Brown
The Ricki Lake Show
The Jeff Probst Show
The Wedding Band
What Not to Wear
Retired at 35
Mob Wives ChicagoMay 28, 2012 at 7:51 pm #244235
Nickolodean has announced that iCarly will be ending in November.May 29, 2012 at 1:53 am #244236
breaking bad is ending in the 2013-2014 season of tvMay 29, 2012 at 3:25 pm #244237
Nickolodean has announced that iCarly will be ending in November.
I’m always surprised when I see Nickelodeon announce the “ending” of one of its shows – usually, it went to what appeared to be great pains not to say that a show was “ending”, presumably so kids wouldn’t think that the show was being removed permanently. Didn’t something like 18 months elapse between the last two episodes of The Wild Thornberrys?June 13, 2012 at 12:14 pm #244238
Showtime has announced that the upcoming 8th season of Weeds will be it’s last.June 13, 2012 at 2:42 pm #244239
Showtime has announced that the upcoming 8th season of Weeds will be it’s last.
Hopefully it’ll take Californication with it. Ironic how the good Emmy winning Showtime series – Huff, United States of Tara – get canceled but crap like this lives on.June 13, 2012 at 6:40 pm #244240
Last season of Weeds? Thank God. I can’t hardly remember that show being good at this point, which is a bummer.
Unlike most Showtime series that fall from grace, that one just went off the rails as opposed to becoming stagnant.
I stopped watching Nurse Jackie because NOTHING EVER HAPPENED, though apparently it is this season (still, they lost me as a viewer and I don’t care enough to catch up). And this past season of Californication was okay because Hank did something besides just act like a man-child, but it was mediocre at best.June 13, 2012 at 7:23 pm #244241
I’m kind of sad to see 30 Rock ending.June 13, 2012 at 8:47 pm #244242
Bet you $5 we hear something about “The Killing” ending after its second season.June 13, 2012 at 10:38 pm #244243
Bet you $5 we hear something about “The Killing” ending after its second season.
I feel like, honestly, the show should get one more season. So many things went wrong with this series the moment the season 1 finale had five minutes remaining. Veena Sud said she had always planned for the Rosie Larson storyline to be two seasons. So, okay, I’ll roll with that. We got that with season two. But now I’m truly curious of…”What’s next?” As in…”You got your two seasons, you spend the second season fixing where you went wrong with the end of season 1. So lets see what you have in store for a third season and how these characters will pick up post-Rosie Larson.” This would be the ultimate showing of if she ever had a firm grasp on her series in terms of a groundplan and how things would play it. What we would get in season three would probably actually be what we should and would have got in season two.
So, I’m hoping you’ll owe me $5, Spencer.June 14, 2012 at 7:48 pm #244244
WIthout turning this into another The Killing thread, I will say this: I want the show to be cancelled not because they drew the Rosie Larsen case out over more than a season. That’s not a problem. Twin Peaks took just as long telling us Laura Palmer’s killer and I actually didn’t mind it. The issue with The Killing was the ridiculous leaps in logic and the abundance of red herrings. I’ve said before, and I will continue to believe it … the show would have been stronger if the audience knew the killer earlier than Linden and Holder did. That’s good storytelling when executed correctly. Not a whodunnit, but a howdunnit or whydunnit. That, and it would have made the show less about the mystery and more about the effect that one girl’s murder had on another entire community. Think of the possibilities for drama there. The show, unfortunately, made itself about that central mystery. Once that is solved on Sunday …. what’s left to talk about?June 14, 2012 at 10:28 pm #244245
I completely see your point-of-view, but I think what’s left to talk about is…the aftermath? I don’t know. I really want to see what Venna Sud has up her sleeve, if she has anything at all up her sleeve. If she always intended for this to be a two-season storyline then I’m curious to see what she had in store for season three. She said at the roundtable for THR that she knew from day one who the killer was and that it would be told in two seasons (whether this is true or not, who knows). So with that kind of a firm groundplan on her creation (adaptation, rather), I’m anxious to see what she had in store for season three. It would be interesting to see if she changed some things up in that season i.e. doing what you’re talking about and having the audience know who the killer/killers is/are before Linden and Holder. It’s also the season to make or break the series. If made, it would be great. If bad, the show would go from a bad legacy to a terrible one.July 27, 2012 at 4:00 pm #244246
AMC has cancelled The KillingJuly 27, 2012 at 4:01 pm #244247