The annual previews in New York are fast approaching, and the networks are bidding farewell to several performances, some of which have been long, others short-lived. The deletions of series such as Quantico, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Designated Survivor and Lucifer make room for new programs in the fall.
See the complete list of cancellations below.
"Quantico": The Priyanka Chopra Starrer will not survive to see a fourth season following a showrunner shuffle with the acquisition of Michael Seitzman ends for Joshua Safran in Season 3. Three episodes in his third season, "Quantico", is in the demo of 18-49 for the same day, according to Nielsen Live Plus figures, with a rating of 0.5 and 2.3 million viewers in total.
"Designated Survivor": The presidential drama with Kiefer Sutherland as America's last expected leader has been eaten in two seasons by four showrunners. The show was looking for her own designated survivor – a fifth showrunner – for a planned third season when she got the ax. The second season had an average of 3.98 million viewers and a 0.72 in the 18-49 demo.
"Alex, Inc.": The comedy series starring Zach Braff as a businessman balancing his family and his new startup is completed after a season. "Alex, Inc" averaged 3.5 million viewers in total and rated 0.87 in the 18-49 demo.
"Inhumans": The critically battered Marvel series did not make it past a season. Star Anson Mount starred as Black Bolt, Ivan Rheon as Maximus, Serinda Swan as Medusa, Eme Ikwuakor as Gorgon, Isabelle Cornish as Crystal, Ken Leung as Karnak, Ellen Woglom as Louise, Sonya Balmores as Auran and Mike Moh as Triton. 19659002] "Deception": The new series could not find a trick up its sleeves to make it into a second season. It was about the magician Cameron Black (Jack Cutmore-Scott), who once used the illusion of a scandalous automobile accident that killed a woman to use his skills in the art of deception to help the FBI to catch tangible criminals.
"The Crossing": The freshman show, in which Steve Zahn played as the sheriff of a small fishing town, who has to decide how to deal with dozens of refugees who wash on its shores and claim they are fleeing from a war-torn America ,
"Kevin Saves the World": ABC was not interested in saving his Jason Ritter lead roles in the new series. It also starred Joanna Garcia Swisher, Kimberly Hebert Gregory, J. August Richards, Chloe East, Dustin Ybarra and India de Beaufort.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine": Fox has canceled the popular sitcom after five seasons. The series featured Andy Samberg, André Braugher, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, Joe Lo Truglio, Chelsea Peretti, Dirk Blocker and Joel McKinnon Miller. Variety however, has learned exclusively that Hulu and Universal Television are in talks to keep the show going.
"The Mick": Fox has also canceled "The Mick" after a two-season run. The series followed Kaitlin Olson as Titular Mickey, a woman who raises her spoiled niece and nephew after her parents were arrested for cheating the IRS
"The Last Man on Earth" by author and director Will Forte and Director-producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller, "The Last Man on Earth" were canceled after four seasons at Fox. The show focused on a small group of survivors of a deadly virus.
"Lucifer": Fox officially sent Lucifer back to the Underworld after three seasons. The show was followed by Tom Ellis in the title role as Hellion-LAPD informer, also starring Lauren German, Tricia Helfer also starring and season 3 freshman Tom Welling.
"The Exorcist": After a fast two-season The horror series of Jeremy Slater with Alfonso Herrera, Ben Daniel and Kurt Egyiawan will not be resurrected. "The Exorcist" was Fox's worst program this year, averaging 1.32 million viewers and rating 0.41 in the demo of 18-49 ": A prequel to the Liam Neeson film series of the same name, the CIA agent drama With Clive Standen and Jennifer Beals not returning to NBC for a third season, the decision follows major changes in season two, leading to a new showrunner and the release of several performers, and the series is being bought elsewhere as producers become a new US Platform for the series, whose title has strong international brand awareness.
Great News: Bad News for Great News Comedy Series with Briga Heelan and Andrea Martin as Mother-Daughter Duo not working on a third season on NBC, Season 1 was between 18-49 adults and 3.4 million viewers at Live + the same day on average tt at 0.8 and at season 2 at 0.7 and 3 million.
"The Brave": After only one squadron at NBC the expert team of "Brave" will not return for a second run. One of the three airborne military dramas that debuted in the 2017-2018 season was a series averaging 0.9 points for adults between 18 and 49 and 4.6 million viewers in Live + the same day after 13 episodes.
"Life Sentence": The CW has canceled the series with "Pretty Little Liars" alumna Lucy Hale. The actress tweeted the news and wrote, "Sometimes things are not consistent with the audience and shows just do not work, but I'm so proud of what we've achieved and the experience I've had." It averaged 0.15 rating in the 18-49 demo and less than half a million total viewers, making it the lowest rated series on the CW this year.
"Valor": The series with Matt Barr, Christina Ochoa, Charlie Barnett, Corbin Reid, W. Tre Davis, Nigel Thatch and Melissa Roxburgh as helicopter pilots of the US Army mark another military drama that bites after a season in the dust , The season ended at the end of January 2018 with an average of 958,000 viewers and a rating of 0.21 in the demo of 18-49.
Syfy  "The Expanse": The intergalactic police drama with Steven Strait, Cas Anvar and Dominique Tipper will shorten his space odyssey in three seasons. The third season is currently averaging between adults aged 18-49 with a rating of 0.2 and Live + the same day with 570,000 viewers per episode.