Big Sky, Gossip Girl, Call Me Kat, Sex/Life, and Ziwe are among the show's ending this year.

The turning of spring to summer brings warm weather, blockbuster movies... and the annual TV upfronts. This year, even amidst the ongoing WGA Writers' strike, broadcast networks and streamers are announcing their fall schedules filled with new series. But a host of possibly your favorite (or least favorite) shows are getting the ax.

ABC is doing away with the Hilary Swank-led Alaska Daily and Milo Ventimiglia's The Company You Keep after just one season each. Jensen Ackles had more story to tell on both Big Sky and The Winchesters (though the CW Supernatural spin-off's cancelation has already gotten a #SaveTheWinchesters campaign, and there's chatter about moving to a new network).

Netflix is saying goodbye to animated series Big Mouth and its spin-off Human Resources, as well as Sex/Life and Bling Empire. Showtime did away with its Three Women adaptation, only for the Shailene Woodley series to get picked up by Starz instead.

See all of the broadcast and streaming TV shows that have been canceled this year so far below.

BIG SKY: DEADLY TRAILS - “That Old Feeling” – With Denise and Emily’s lives on the line, Jenny and Beau are determined to bring the Bleeding Heart Killer to justice, no matter what it takes. Meanwhile, Cassie uses her connections to pin down their possible location; and Sunny makes a fiery decision that will change her family forever, but will it all be enough to save the ones they love? Find out on the season finale of “Big Sky: Deadly Trails,” WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC) JENSEN ACKLES, KATHERYN WINNICK; Photograph by Barbara Nitke/HBO Max Jordan Alexander HBO MAX Gossip Girl Season 2 - Episode 4; CALL ME KAT: Mayim Bialik in the "Call Me Consciously Uncoupled" episode of CALL ME KAT airing Thursday, Apr 6 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2023 Fox Media LLC. CR: Lisa Rose/FOX
Jensen Ackles in 'Big Sky', Jordan Alexander in 'Gossip Girl', and Mayim Bialik in 'Call Me Kat'
| Credit: ABC; Barbara Nitke/HBO Max; Lisa Rose/FOX




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61st Street (picked up by the CW)


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