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While 2020 has been ideal for binging watching shows at home, production costs have risen too much. Therefore, many of your favorite series were canceled, and others aired their final season this year. Netflix made the surprising decision to end two of its most popular new shows. ‘Schitt’s Creek’ might be over, but it ended with a bang! Let’s find out more!
The final episodes of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. were released in August, but its cancellation was not surprising to anyone. For years, their ratings have dipped to the point that many predicted its end. However, it also ended because of a decision from Marvel Entertainment. Sadly, they had seen horrible viewership since Season 5, and it was the right decision this year.
‘The Walking Dead’ will be ending its run with the 11th season, which is set to air its 24 episodes over two years. That means that it will actually end in 2022. However, the AMC giant show was officially canceled this year by the network although the universe continues with other shows as well as upcoming films. There’s also an anthology show in the works.
‘Criminal Minds’ ended in February 2020 with its 15th season, although fans still hold hope that there might be another one. However, the creators have stated clearly that it’s over. It was one of the most popular shows on CBS and had steady ratings for 15 years. The finale was also incredibly dramatic, but a proper send-off for a great series.
Sadly, Matt LeBlanc’s ‘Man with a Plan’ ended after airing their 4th season this year. Sadly, the first seven episodes saw a decline in ratings, and it joins several shows that CBS has already canceled this year. Le Blanc played Adams Burns, a man that has to take care of his household when his wife goes back to work.
The show has finally started filming again, but The CW has revealed that its 6th season will be the last. Luckily, there are 20 episodes to look forward to because the show is over. Lead actress Mellisa Benoist tweeted, “I promise we're going to make it one helluva final season." Unfortunately, this announcement leaves the Arrowverse in a pickle, as ‘Arrow’ ended in 2019. It might be the end of the franchise.
The CW also announced in 2019 that one of its longest-running shows, ‘Supernatural’, was ending with its 15th season. The season started airing again this October, and the final episode is set to be released in November. Sadly, even their loyal fanbase had to admit that their creators were running out of material, and it was time to say goodbye to the Winchester boys.
In a surprising announcement, the Kardashian giant reality TV show will end with the 20th season. Unfortunately, the realities of 2020 mean that budgets are smaller, and it seems like the family wants to move on. Naturally, fans will still be able to see the family through social media and more. Another reality show might be a possibility later on too.
The story of Ragnar Lothbrok and his sons is finally coming to a close after six seasons of drama and epic fights. The first half of the season has already aired and fans are waiting for the rest of the episodes to start airing before the end of 2020. Luckily, the universe of ‘Vikings’ is not over as creator Michael Hirst and MGM Television have plans for a spin-off.
Unfortunately, one of the best animated series and best shows on Netflix has officially ended with its sixth season. It’s the end of an era for the streaming giant as their other longest-running shows, ‘Orange Is the New Black’ and ‘House of Cards’, have ended as well. Netflix produces so much content these days, that it takes a lot for a series to have as many seasons.
This was another surprising announcement from Netflix. After only 3 aired-seasons, fans will have to say goodbye to the teenage witch. The fourth part is set to be released in December 2020. Fans are incredibly disappointed, but it has not been an easy year for productions. Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa commented, “I am beyond thankful to the crew, writers, editors, assistants, and everyone for pouring so much love into this dark dream of a show.”
‘Schitt’s Creek’ ended their run with a huge bang this year, as they swept the 2020 Emmy Awards. Their ratings grew each season on Pop TV when it was their deal with Netflix that definitely gave the show new life. The last episode aired in April, and co-creator Dan Levy explained that it was the right choice for the series.
Although ‘Homeland’ aired its last episode in 2020, the Showtime series was canceled in 2018. There were several delays in production for Season 8, but the final episode aired in April. It was one of the most-watched shows on the network, and showrunner Alex Gansa thought it was best to end it on a high note. "I am sad to see the journey coming to an end, but it is time,” she said.
While ‘Van Helsing’ had a pretty great run on Syfy, but everyone felt that it was time to end it. The 4th season finished airing in December 2019, and due to the global problems of 2020, production on the 5th season was delayed. However, they are expecting the final chapter of the saga to begin airing this fall, and hopefully, it will be the conclusion that fans deserve.
The 11th season of ‘Shameless’ will be the last one, but just like many others, the show has had to delay production this 2020. However, but WarnerMedia Studios has stated that several shows, including ‘Shameless’, picked up once again this past September. Sadly, fans might have to wait until 2021 to see the final stories of the Gallagher’s.
Tyler Perry’s soap opera is coming to an end after its sixth season. However, the final season promises to be just as drama-filled as the rest of the show. OWN network president Tina Perry commented, “We can’t wait for fans to see the jaw-dropping storylines that are going to unfold this season. It delivers all the juicy drama like only Tyler Perry can.”
Some shows are finally getting a much-deserved final season, while others ended way too soon. But that’s life. Let us know which one was your favorite. If you liked this article, share it with your friends that spend too much time on streaming sites. See you next time!