TV Shows Canceled in 2023 from A to Z

As the year 2023 reaches its midpoint, many scripted TV series, including dramas, comedies, and genre-bending shows, have been taken off the air. These cancellations can be attributed to numerous factors such as the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike and streaming services looking to save some tax money. Regardless, having a beloved show canceled is always painful. Here’s a comprehensive rundown of all the TV series canceled in 2023.


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Network Shows

two tv show characters holding guns

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’
Credit: CBS


Alaska Daily – Canceled after 1 season

Big Sky – Canceled after 3 seasons

The Company You Keep – Canceled after 1 season

The Goldbergs – Ending after 10 seasons


East New York – Canceled after 1 season

N.C.I.S Los Angeles – Ending after 14 seasons

S.W.A.T. – Initially canceled, but re-ordered for final 7th season

True Lies – Canceled after 1 season


9-1-1 – Canceled after 6 seasons, picked up by ABC

Call Me Kat – Canceled after 3 seasons

Fantasy Island – Canceled after 2 seasons

The Resident – Canceled after 6 seasons


'Young Rock' characters posing for a photo

‘Young Rock’
Credit: NBC

Grand Crew – Canceled after 2 seasons

Young Rock – Canceled after 3 seasons

The CW

Kung Fu – Canceled after 3 seasons

The Winchesters – Canceled after 1 season

Tom Swift – Canceled after 1 season

Walker: Independence – Canceled after 1 season

Streaming Services Shows

Warwick Davis holding a staff in 'Willow'

Credit: Lucasfilm / Disney

Apple TV+

The Mosquito Coast – Canceled after 2 seasons – Canceled after 2 seasons

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