The network announced late Wednesday that the procedural reboot starring Lucas Till will wrap after its current fifth season ends. The series finale will air April 30 on CBS.
Fox has canceled the animated comedy from creator Emily Spivey. The series, a co-production between Disney’s 20th Television and Fox Entertainment, will wrap its second and final season in May.
It’s case closed for Burden of Truth. The Canadian legal drama, which airs in the U.S. on The CW, will end with the current season. The show’s official Facebook page announced the news, revealing that Thursday’s episode (on Canadian broadcaster CBC) will serve as the series closer.
Though there are currently no plans for the show to return to NBC, the Universal Television Alternative Studio — a division of Universal Studio Group — still owns its format, which has been adapted all over the world in countries like Thailand, the Philippines and Poland.
NBCUniversal’s Access Hollywood companion series All Access has been canceled after a year-and-a-half run. The half-hour entertainment news program, which featured Access Hollywood hosts Mario Lopez, Kit Hoover, Scott Evans and correspondent Sibley Scoles, debuted in September 2019.
NCIS: New Orleans, the youngest series in CBS’s formidable NCIS franchise, is coming to an end. The current seventh season will be the drama’s last, with the series finale slated for May 16. It will be the series’ 155th episode.
CBS’s praised Mom — the network’s longest-running comedy series on the air — will end its run after the current eighth season. Mom‘s series finale has been set for May 6 in its Thursday 9 p.m. time period.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine will conclude with a 10-episode final season next year, NBC announced Thursday. The Andy Samberg-led comedy won’t return for its last hurrah until the 2021-22 TV season, a departure from previously announced plans to begin airing Season 8 last fall.
The news comes on the heels of star America Ferrera leaving the comedy. The workplace comedy set at a big-box store will end next year after six seasons and 113 episodes.
The CW on Friday announced that the upcoming fourth season will serve as the final one for the Greg Berlanti-produced DC Comics drama. The younger-skewing broadcast network is already working on a Black Lightning spinoff, having earlier this month put Painkiller into development.
The final four episodes of the social distancing comedy series will air on streaming service Peacock and NBC.com. Episodes of Superstore will air in its place on Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT through Nov. 19.
Fox will not renew either series for a second season, although both shows will see out their current runs. Low ratings — both shows are averaging a 0.5/3 in the 18-49 demo — and uncertainty are behind the cancellation of the series, which were both originally intended for summer runs.
Fox announced Wednesday that Tim Allen’s death-defying family sitcom will conclude with its upcoming ninth season, which is set to premiere in January. The network resurrected the series in May 2018, ordering a seventh season nearly a year to the day after its controversial cancellation at ABC.
The CW announced Tuesday that its Melissa Benoist-led Arrow spinoff Supergirl will conclude with its upcoming sixth season. The final season, which is slated to return to production later this month in Vancouver, will consist of 20 episodes and premiere in 2021.
The breakout series starring Cobie Smulders, which was renewed for a second season in May, will not be going forward with the Season 2 order. The studio behind the show, ABC Signature, plans to shop it and find a new home for it.
To little surprise, ABC has opted to cancel the multicamera family comedy after one season. The series, a co-production between Sony Pictures TV and ABC Studios, had a late summer burn-off and wrapped its eight-episode run in August with 3 million same-day total viewers.