Get ready to say goodbye to a few shows in 2023.
While many shows are making their much-anticipated returns this year, including Yellow jackets season 2 and final season Never had — The others have already hit the chopping block.
AMC announced the cancellation of several shows in January, while Netflix series such as Internal work and: Unrelated were axed.
As in 2022, other fan-favorite shows are expected to announce cancellations as the year progresses.
The good news. There are still plenty of new series coming this year, including an adaptation Daisy Jones & The Six and Marvel series such as Agatha: Covenant of Chaos and: Iron heart.
Read all the TV cancellations in 2023 so far.
- 61st StreetDespite already being cast, AMC decided not to pursue a second season of the show. The decision came as a result of cost-cutting measures announced by AMC in December 2022, which the company said would drop to $475 million. Variety.
- Astrid & Lilly Save the WorldAlmost a year after its January 2022 premiere, TVLine: reports that the series, which stars Samantha Aucoin and Jana Morrison, will not return for a second season.
- 1899The death knell came earlier in the year for this German paranormal series from Netflix. Dark, Baran bo Odar and Jantje Freise. “It is with a heavy heart that we have to tell you this 1899 will not be extended,” Odar wrote on Instagram on January 2. “We would love to finish this incredible journey with seasons two and three like we did. Dark. But sometimes things don’t go as you planned. That’s life. We know this will disappoint millions of fans out there. But we want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being a part of this wonderful adventure.”
- Internal workAfter its renewal in June 2022, writer Shion Takeuchi confirmed the cancellation of the animated show in January 2023“I am heartbroken to confirm that Netflix has decided to cancel Season 2. Internal work. These characters have become real people to me over the years, and I’m amazed that I don’t get to watch them grow up.”
- UnrelatedDarren Starr and Jeremy Richman’s rom-com series starring Neil Patrick Harris was canceled in January after one season.