Which of Your Favorite Series Are Coming to an End?


A new year means new shows — and saying goodbye to your favorites.

The 2023-2024 broadcast season is really just getting underway — with season premieres of scripted shows mostly in January, February, and March this year — but we already know more than a handful that will be signing off in the coming months.

Below is the list of all the TV shows we’re saying goodbye to this year.


Station 19, seven seasons

Apple TV+

Schmigadoon!, two seasons


Blue Bloods, 14 seasons

Bob Hearts Abishola, five seasons

S.W.A.T., seven seasons

Young Sheldon, seven seasons

The CW

Superman & Lois, four seasons


Andor, two seasons

Star Wars: The Bad Batch, three seasons

American Born Chinese, one season

Disney Channel

Bunk’d, seven seasons


Good Trouble, five seasons


What We Do in the Shadows, six seasons


Curb Your Enthusiasm, 12 seasons

My Brilliant Friend, four seasons


The Handmaid’s Tale, six seasons

Death and Other Details, one season


Our Flag Means Death, two seasons

Julia, two seasons

Rap Sh!t, two seasons

The Flight Attendant, two seasons


La Brea, three seasons

Magnum P.I., five seasons


Big Mouth, eight seasons

Cobra Kai, six seasons

Mo, two seasons

Stranger Things, five seasons

Sweet Tooth, three seasons

The Umbrella Academy, four seasons

Vikings: Valhalla, three seasons

You, five seasons

Young Royals, three seasons


SEAL Team, seven seasons

Star Trek: Discovery, five seasons

Wolf Pack, one season

Paramount Network

Yellowstone, five seasons

Prime Video

Good Omens, three seasons


Hightown, three seasons

Outlander, eight seasons

Minx, two seasons


Tacoma F.D., four seasons

Originally published here.

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