So... did your favorite show survive?
With most network television shows wrapping up their current seasons in mid-May, viewers around the country have been on the edges of their seats due to a number of suspenseful finales.
But also for another, more meaningful reason:
They've been anxious about these programs airing any episodes beyond said finales.
Indeed, it's renewal/cancellation time around the TV dial, with all four major networks making major announcements over the course of the past few days.
The following shows did not make it. They have been canceled.
Which will be the most painful to never watch ever again?
I Feel Bad
This NBC sitcom centered on a mother and wife who didn't ever feel appreciated at home. Alas, it wasn't appreciated by viewers, either.
The Cool Kids
Not cool at all, according to Fox viewers. They never cared about this very lame sitcom.
This Fox drama was based on popular source material. But it probably should have been on HBO or something.
The off-screen drama was more interesting than anything on screen for this Fox drama, which is gone after three seasons.
Forgive the obvious pun here, but this Fox drama will not be shining bright for the network in 2020.
We loved the original, but what was CBS thinking bringing this back for a revival?!?
This was actually a comedy on CBS. Amazing, but true! (Well, no longer true.)
Just one season for this sitcom. We hope there's more TV in Nina Dobrev's future.
Life in Pieces
This CBS sitcom somehow lasted four seasons. Impressive!
The Kids Are Alright
We enjoyed this ABC offering, but it's VERY hard for a network sitcom to last these days.
Producer Marcia Clarke failed to convict O.J. Simpson, so she's faced worst results in her life at least.
For the People
They can't ALL be hits for super producer Shonda Rhimes.
This Minnie Driver-led series was beloved by critics. But ignored by ABC viewers.
Splitting Up Together
At least Jenna Fischer got a happy ending on The Office.