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You know all those new broadcast shows that we're all excited about? Well, to squeeze them in, networks have to make room by canceling other shows. It's the circle of life of the business of TV, and the killing season is especially bloody every spring as broadcast networks hammer out their final fall schedules for the next TV season.
Looking away from Twitter even for a minute can mean you might miss word on the fate of your favorite show, so we've collected all the cancellations in one place, right below. We'll be updating this story as more news comes in.
Our Renewal/Cancellation Scorecard has a complete list of what's been renewed and canceled.
The Kids are Alright
The Kids Are Alright (Season 1)
The Fix (Season 1)
For the People (Season 2)
Speechless (Season 3)
Splitting Up Together (Season 2)
Whiskey Cavalier (Season 1)
ABC's 2019-2020 Fall TV Lineup: What You Need to Know
Nina Dobrev, Fam
Fam (Season 1)
Happy Together (Season 1)
Life in Pieces (Season 4)
Murphy Brown (Season 1)
CBS' 2019-2020 Fall TV Lineup: What You Need to Know
Brooke Markham and Perry Mattfeld, In the Dark
No cancellations; every show is returning! How about that!
The CW's 2019-2020 Fall TV Lineup: What You Need to Know
Saniyya Sidney and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, The Passage
The Cool Kids (Season 1)
The Gifted (Season 2)
Lethal Weapon (Season 3)
The Passage (Season 1)
Proven Innocent (Season 1)
Rel (Season 1)
Star (Season 3)
Fox's 2019-2020 Fall TV Lineup: What You Need to Know
Sarayu Blue and Paul Adelstein, I Feel Bad
I Feel Bad (Season 1)
NBC's Fall 2019-2020 TV Lineup: What You Need to Know
This story will be updated as more news comes in.