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  • Alijah Purdy
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    Below is a master list of TV series that are cancelled/ending following the 2014 – 2015 TV season. Please add shows once they are announced.

    Remember the television season starts June 1st, 2014 and ends May 31st, 2015.

    ABC Family:
    Mystery Girls

    AMC:
    Mad Men

    CBS:
    The Mentalist
    Two and a Half Men

    Discovery:
    Son of Guns

    Fox:
    Gang Related
    Glee

    FX:
    Justified
    Sons of Anarchy
    Wilfred

    HBO:
    Boardwalk Empire
    The Newsroom
    True Blood

    NBC:
    Parenthood
    Parks & Recreation

    Netflix:
    The Killing

    Showtime:
    Nurse Jackie

    SyFy:
    The Wil Wheaton Project

    TBS:
    Cee Lo Green’s The Good Life
    Cougar Town

    TNT:
    Dallas

    TV Land:
    Jennifer Falls

    USA:
    Rush
    White Collar

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    Ghost
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    Sons of Anarchy and Justified are ending this season.

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    Andrew Eng
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    Add The Killing, Mad Men, True Blood, and Glee to the list as well. 

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    Halo_Insider
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    White Collar’s last season should be airing during this time as well. 

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    Alienware
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    Wilfred (FX) is also ending in this timeframe.

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    outsider
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    The upcoming 12th season will be the last one for “Two and a Half Men”.

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    mikeboy898
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    ^^ thank God.

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    Alijah Purdy
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    The list has been updated

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    Kyle Bailey
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    TV Land canceled this summer’s Jennifer Falls 

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    Kyle Bailey
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    TNT has cancelled Dallas 

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    TNT has cancelled Dallas 

     

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    vinny
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    [quote=”KyleBailey”]TNT has cancelled Dallas 

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    Agreed. It hasn’t had a weak season. All the storylines are good as are the actors. It got decent ratings. Where did it go wrong.   

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    Riley
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    Right in between production wrapping on the thirteenth episode and
    production beginning on the fourteenth, Fox slashed the order for Mulaney
    from sixteen to thirteen episodes, effectively cancelling it.  The
    numbers are not great, but it is just about the only new show that has
    increased in ratings since its premiere and it is not like Fox is having
    a great season, so I am surprised that they are so quick to pull the
    trigger.

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    Alijah Purdy
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    I, unfortunately, cannot say I am surprised by the cancellation of Dallas. While I loved the show, and it was good, ratings have gone down since the first season. The first sign was how long they waited to announce the third season renewal of it, compared to how long they waited to announce the second season renewal. Though I was hoping I would be wrong, my gut was telling me they would cancel it. 

    I’m not sure how syndication works for Cable TV Series, but I know that for network television, usually if a show reaches it’s fourth season, it then goes into syndication. That’s why, on network TV, even when you see a show that has horrible/bad ratings in its 3rd season, it almost always gets renewed for a 4th (which I expect to happen to Nashville, this year). Does anyone know if it’s the same for Cable? If so, I’m surprised they didn’t renew Dallas for a fourth season so it could go into syndication. 

    At least they can go out saying they didn’t ruin the legacy of the original Dallas.  

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    Lifetime canceled The Lottery.

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