Television networks have started to clear room for new programming for the upcoming 2016-17 season by dropping the ax on several programs. Here are a few of the cancellations so far, according to TVSeriesFinale.com:

  • Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris (NBC)
  • Bitten (Syfy)
  • Bordertown (FOX)
  • Castle (ABC)
  • CSI: Cyber (CBS)
  • The Family (ABC)
  • Galavant (ABC)
  • Grandfathered (FOX)
  • The Grinder (FOX)
  • Legends (TNT)
  • Marvel’s Agent Carter (ABC)
  • Minority Report (FOX)
  • The Muppets (ABC)
  • Nashville (ABC)
  • Person of Interest (CBS)
  • Rizzoli & Isles (TNT)
  • Second Chance (FOX)
  • Undateable (NBC)
  • You, Me and the Apocalypse (NBC)
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  1. It’s too bad people didn’t give The Grinder a chance. It was the most unique sitcom in a long time. I think the cost of making a show like Minority Report played a role in it’s cancellation. Bitten was allowed to have a proper series finale.