Can you feel the tension in the air? Networks have been announcing decisions about which shows will return in 2018 and which will . . . not. While there are a number of shows that are ending in 2017, many of them at least got a final season to finish out their stories. (New Girl and Portlandia aren't on this list, as they have been granted final seasons and will end in 2018.) Ahead are all of the shows we were forced to say goodbye to this year.
- The Real O'Neals: After two seasons, the show is over.
- Dr. Ken: Ken Jeong's medical comedy is history.
- Imaginary Mary: Viewers didn't tune in for Jenna Elfman's show, and now they never will.
- American Crime: Though critically acclaimed, the anthology drama is through.
- Secrets and Lies: After a solid first season, rating dipped in season two and ABC has canceled the drama.
- The Catch: The sexy crime thriller is no more.
- Last Man Standing: Tim Allen's show has been canceled.
- Time After Time: After five episodes, ABC has pulled the low-rated drama.
- Conviction: ABC aired just 13 episodes of the legal-drama starring Hayley Atwell.
- Notorious: Not even the sexy Daniel Sunjata could save the show from cancellation after just one season.
- The Last Tycoon: The F. Scott Fitzgerald period drama got the ax after one (pricey) season.
- Z: The Beginning of Everything: Although it was initially renewed for a second season, Amazon reneged on the announcement and canceled the Christina Ricci drama.
- Good Girls Revolt: Amazon ended the 1970s period drama after its first season.
- Scream Queens: Ryan Murphy's horror-comedy is over after two seasons.
- Making History: The time-travel comedy is history.
- Son of Zorn: The live-action/cartoon hybrid is done after one season.
- APB: The futuristic cop drama starring Justin Kirk is dead in the water.
- Pitch: After one season, Fox is pulling the plug on this sports drama.
- Rosewood: Two seasons in, and Fox is done.
- Sleepy Hollow: Fox is calling it quits after four seasons.
- 24: Legacy: The action spinoff of the long-running original 24 has been chopped from the lineup, but Fox is reportedly thinking about creating other versions of the show in the future.
- The Blacklist: Redemption: NBC has pulled the plug on the spinoff.
- Powerless: The superhero comedy is officially done.
- Emerald City: We hardly got to know this Wizard of Oz adaptation before it was canceled.
- Chicago Justice: Dick Wolf's Chicago franchise got the boot in May.
- The Odd Couple: CBS is calling it quits after three seasons.
- Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders: Say goodbye to the Criminal Minds spinoff.
- The Great Indoors: Joel McHale's comedy is over after a single season.
- 2 Broke Girls: After six seasons, CBS canceled the comedy.
- Doubt: CBS pulled Katherine Heigl's legal drama after just two episodes.
- Training Day: The series ratings never recovered in the wake of Bill Paxton's death just a few days after the first episode aired.
- Pure Genius: The CBS medical drama was canceled the same day as Training Day.
- Frequency: The time-travel drama failed to catch on after one season.
- No Tomorrow: The CW also axed this whimsical romantic drama.
- Man Seeking Woman: The show has been canceled after three brilliant (but low-rated) seasons.
- Girl Meets World: The reboot was the first show of 2017 to get a cancellation slip.
- Love Thy Neighbor: OWN canceled the Tyler Perry-produced show.
- For Better or Worse: This show, also from Perry, is ending with its current season.
- Outsiders: After two seasons, the drama has been shut down.
- Underground: The John Legend-backed historical drama was canned after two seasons.
- Sense8: The futuristic drama has come to an end.
- The Get Down: Baz Luhrman's hip-hop vision got the ax after one season.
- Girlboss: Netflix canceled the flashy comedy inspired by the life of Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso, which only lasted one season.
- Gypsy: Netflix cut the 10-part Naomi Watts psychosexual thriller from their lineup after one season.
- Haters Back Off: Don't expect a third season of the comedy show.
- Chelsea: Chelsea Handler's talk show got cut from the streaming service after two seasons.