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After a stellar year full of exceptional TV shows, we almost forgot that we might have to say goodbye to a few of them in 2018. Now that we've reached April, networks have already "prestige" shows like One Mississippi, Damnation, and Lady Dynamite the ax. So far Amazon and Netflix are the biggest offenders, but series on networks like NBC and ABC aren't safe, either. Pour one out for the shows that have taken their last TV gasp ahead.
- Once Upon a Time: The long-running fairy-tale series will wrap up after its current seventh season.
- The Mayor: Lea Michele starred in the brand new comedy about a hip-hop artist who runs for mayor to promote his mixtape, but it didn't make it past its midseason break.
- Mozart in the Jungle: Despite picking up two Golden Globes in 2016, Amazon canceled the romantic musical series after four seasons starring Gael Garcia Bernal.
- One Mississippi: This Amazon original series and dark comedy was inspired by real events in comic Tig Notaro's life and lasted two seasons.
- I Love Dick: The adaptation of Chris Kraus's novel of the same name aired for one season and starred Kevin Bacon and Kathryn Hahn.
- Jean-Claude Van Johnson: Jean-Claude Van Damme's comedic spy series is no more after a six-episode run.
- The Fosters: Despite a strong fan base for the family drama, it was canceled after five seasons. Fortunately a spinoff is in the works!
- Chance: Hugh Laurie's thriller will not get a third season from the streaming network.
- Shut Eye: The Jeffrey Donovan-led drama has been axed after two seasons.
- The Shannara Chronicles: This sci-fi fantasy show based on a popular YA series only lasted two seasons before MTV gave it the boot.
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- Harry: Despite Harry Connick Jr.'s charm, his talk show was canceled after two seasons.
- Shades of Blue: Jennifer Lopez's cop will end with a 10-episode third season.
- Lady Dynamite: Comedian Maria Bamford's comedy has been canceled after only two seasons.
- Disjointed: Our love of Kathy Bates couldn't save Chuck Lorre's weed comedy from getting the ax after season one.
- Everything Sucks!: In news that, well, sucks, Netflix has decided not to move forward with this quirky '90s comedy that aired for just one season.
- Dice: The semi-autobiographical series starring Andrew Dice Clay has been canceled after two seasons.
- Homeland: Claire Danes confirmed the show's upcoming eighth season will be its last.
- Ash vs. Evil Dead: The gory, Bruce Campbell-starring comedy is dead (like, really dead) after three seasons.
- Damnation: Logan Marshall-Green's tense drama about "the secret history of the 1930s American heartland" had the plug pulled after just one season.