Five images: A woman performing on a red-lit stage, a woman in a pink dress, a man in a white shirt in the rain, a woman in a blue suit, and a woman in a light green gown with an elaborate headpiece.

Every year, the TV world is a double-edged sword. Yes, we get many new shows to get excited about. But we also lose beloved shows and underrated gems to cancellations. 2024 is no different.

2024’s cancellations so far have been brutal. The loss of Our Flag Means Death prompted fan mourning and collective action to save the show, including taking out a billboard in Times Square. The ’70s-set comedy Minx got axed by Starz, its second cancellation after Max canceled it in 2022. And the loss of Schmigadoon! means we’ll never get to hear the 25 new songs already written for Season 3. We’re being robbed here!

From Our Flag Means Death to Schmigadoon! and beyond, here are all the TV shows that have been canceled in 2024 so far.

AppleTV+

Schmigadoon! — Canceled after two seasons

Disney+

American Born Chinese — Canceled after one season

Disney Channel

Secrets of Sulphur Springs — Canceled after three seasons

Hulu

This Fool — Canceled after two seasons

Max

The Flight Attendant — Canceled after two seasons

Julia — Canceled after two seasons

Our Flag Means Death — Canceled after two seasons

Rap Sh!t — Canceled after two seasons

Netflix

Obliterated — Canceled after one season

Ratched — Canceled after one season

The Witcher — Renewed for a fifth and final season

Paramount+

Evil — Canceled after four seasons, with Season 4 airing this May and four bonus episodes set to follow

Star Trek: Lower Decks — Renewed for a fifth and final season

Wolf Pack — Canceled after one season

Starz

Minx — Canceled after two seasons

TruTV

Tacoma FD — Canceled after four seasons

This story will be updated as new shows are canceled.

UPDATE: Feb. 18, 2024, 9:26 a.m. EST This story has been updated to include the cancellations of “The Witcher,” “Star Trek: Lower Decks,” “Evil,” “Wolf Pack,” “Tacoma FD,” “Obliterated,” “Ratched,” “This Fool,” and “Secrets of Sulphur Springs.”

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