It's that time of the television season.
That very, very sad time during which we learn the fates of our favorite comedies and dramas.
Which shows have already gotten the axe and will NOT return in 2018-2019?
Break out the Kleenex and scroll down to find out...
Good effort, Kiefer. Can you return to 24 now?!?!?!?
It's always sunny in Philadelphia, but a dark cloud officially hangs over The Mick, which is over after two seasons.
Last Man on Earth
Fox strikes again. Season 4 was the last season of Last Man on Earth.
We forgot this was even a show on The CW. Probably explains why it only lasted one season.
Darn, we love Lucy Hale. But this CW series never gained any traction and is over after one season.
At least we had warning: The CW announced prior to 2018 that this would be the final fun for this Vampire Diaries spinoff.
Once Upon a Time
Ditto for this ABC hit. We've known for awhile that Season 7 would be the swan song.
New Girl almost didn't even receive a Season 7 order, but then we learned it would be given a chance to complete its hilarious run with eight installments.
We think The Americans has been the best show on TV for years. We were given the heads-up after Season 4 that two more seasons remained.
Syfy pulled the plug in this fun drama after three seasons.
Taken was on for two seasons at NBC?!? We had no clue. But now it's been axed.
Ash vs. Evil Dead
We were thrilled when this movie was turned into a series by Starz. Alas, it is over after three seasons.
NBC only gave The Brave one season before figuring fans had had enough.
The Exoricist did not scare up enough viewers on Fox to warrant a new season.
And neither did Lucifer. This show has also been canceled by Fox.
Quantico opened strong on ABC. But it then lost momentum and has now been axed.
Ten Days in the Valley
No shock here. Ten Days in the Valley aired its final episode months ago on ABC.
We swear: The Crossing was a show on ABC for a season. But not any longer.
We like cheesy, but Rise proved to be way too cheesy for most people's tastes. It has been canceled.
Did you know Marvel's Inhumans ever aired on ABC? Most viewers did not.
It had a unique concept, that's for certain. But ABC fans didn't care.
Kevin (Probably) Saves the World
Terrible title. Decent sitcom. No longer a series.
After four seasons on CBS, this run is over.
Kevin Can Wait
This sitcom has been taken off the air by CBS after two seasons.
This sitcom was likely doomed once it had this terrible title.