It’s that dreaded time of year when broadcast networks make room in their schedules for new TV shows in the fall by canceling some old ones, but this year’s Upfronts season has been particularly brutal. The ax has fallen 17 shows so farwith one of the exhibitors referring to the cancellation spree as red wedding. Among the fallen there are fan favorite series like Magnum B And Hassan Sam on CBS, batuman And Roswell, New Mexico on the CW and game over on NBC.
We’ll miss all of these shows, but three in particular deserve a second chance at another network or livestream before they’re judged in the TV graveyard.
Where to watch: CW | Netflix
The third series in the Vampire Diaries franchise, after The Vampire Diaries And originals, was the victim of the CW bloodbath being canceled this season, but the CW will likely regret the decision to cancel it after four seasons. The series follows Hope Mikaelson (Danielle Rose Russell) while attending Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted, a high school for supernatural beings that was under the direction of the school principal and Vampire Diaries Alaric alum (Matt Davis). legacies He has a dedicated fan base that only gets stronger when each season hits Netflix, as he always appears in the top 10 shows on Netflix. In his last season, legacies Provides an excellent story that includes gay characters, which is a first in the series and obviously has a lot of stories to tell. The series’ final episode is scheduled to air on June 16.
Where to watch: CW | Netflix
Cancel does not hurt as much as The legends of tomorrow in the capitalThe The weirdest and weirdest superhero show on TV. Over seven seasons on The CW, legends It has built a reputation for reinventing itself in cool and surprising ways, pushing the boundaries of what a radio science fiction show can be. To make matters worse is the fact that Season 7 ended in huge trouble, with some key questions left unanswered. It is not surprising that The fans set up a billboard In Manhattan he calls for the show to be saved, with the caption “We’re not going quietly”—referring to a recurring line in the show. We have followed Waverider through time and space, and there is no doubt that we will follow legends to a new network or streaming device.
Where to watch: hollow
Mr. Mayor You’ve never been caught the way you’d expect from a workplace sitcom on NBC Collaboration with the creators Tina Fey & Robert Carlock (30 rocksstarred Ted Danson It would be, and it’s a shame, because it was filled with clever jokes made by the team of experts it included Bobby Moynihan And holly hunter. Danson played Neil Bremer, a wealthy man who ran for mayor of Los Angeles to earn his daughter’s respect, won, and then had to figure out how to govern. If it had been on Netflix, it would have been a huge hit, but it didn’t get the attention it deserved. NBC canceled Mr. Mayor After two seasons, the final episode of the series will air on May 17.