With the 2013-14 TV Upfronts happening this week in New York City, networks finally had to make the big decisions about which shows to renew or cancel from the 2012-13 season. Fans have been long awaiting the fate of their favorite network shows, but unfortunately not all of them will be around this fall.
Check out our list of the 5 cancelled shows we’re most disappointed about!
Smash has been having trouble since Season One, and after some major re-vamping for Season Two, it still couldn’t quite take off. The show has a loyal fan-backing, but will debut it’s final, two-hour series finale on Sunday, May 26.
Happy Endings always got rave reviews from critics, but couldn’t quite get the ratings to stay relevant. After moving to Friday nights in 2013, things never turned around for the ABC comedy.
Only two episodes of Ready For Love aired on NBC before the show got the boot, so even though it wasn’t all that great or exciting, it’ll make the list simply because it didn’t get a real chance!
Okay, so there’s enough shows just like CSI:NY on TV, but any show that has been on for nine seasons will be missed.
Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23, just because James Van Der Beek and Krysten Ritter totally rock.
Of course, this doesn’t include shows like Gossip Girl, The Office and 30 Rock, that had their series finales regardless in the 2012-13 season. Naturally we’ll be missing those, as well.