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Jan. 29, 2023

TV Cancellations: A Look at 2022-2023 TV and Streaming Wars

Hey one more thing before you go, are you as frustrated as we are the fact that your favorite streaming or television program got cancelled and it really shouldn't have been? Would you believe that there have been over 122 programs cancelled just in 2022 alone, and another 30 at the beginning of this year to end in 2023. we're going to share our frustrations with that as well as what we can expect for 2023 in television and streaming.

With streaming services like Netflix and Hulu dominating the television landscape, and networks like NBC, ABC, and Fox vying for viewers, the 2022-2023 television season will be a pivotal moment for the industry.

The major networks are looking to outdo each other in terms of content and viewership, while the streaming services are expanding their reach and trying to gain a larger share of the market.

With this in mind, it’s no surprise that there are already rumors of cancellations for some of the biggest shows across all platforms.

With streaming services and networks regularly canceling and renewing TV shows, it can be hard to keep track of what's staying and what's going. In this blog, we'll take a look at some of the most controversial cancellations of the past year and on  the Podcast and the YouTube Video discuss the implications for the upcoming 2022-2023 television and streaming season. We'll start with a review of the current status of beloved shows that were axed, as well as an examination of the reasons behind the decision to cancel them.

Next, we'll analyze the rising trend of streaming services picking up previously cancelled shows and discuss the pros and cons of this new approach. We'll also look at the importance of fan feedback and how it can influence the longevity of a show. We'll also dive into the current trends of streaming services increasingly becoming the go-to platform for new and returning shows.

Finally, we'll wrap up with a look at the potential cancellations for the 2022-2023 season and discuss the likelihood of these shows being axed. We'll also explore the possibility of viewers having a larger say in which shows make the cut. Find the Link to the Podcast and the Video here: https://www.podpage.com/one-more-thing-before-you-go/tv-cancellations-a-look-at-2022-2023-tv-and-streaming-wars/

Here are the Cancellations thus far:


black-ish, 8 seasons

Pooch Perfect, 1 season

Promised Land, 1 season

Queens, 1 season

Card Sharks



The Walking Dead, 11 seasons

Better Call Saul, 6 seasons

Kevin Can F**k Himself, 2 seasons

Moonhaven 1 season

Apple TV+

Servant, 4 seasons

BBC America

Killing Eve, 4 seasons


B Positive, 2 seasons

Bull, 6 seasons

Good Sam, 1 season

Magnum P.I., 4 seasons

How We Roll, 1 season

United States of Al, 2 seasons

Beyond the Edge, 1 season

The CW

Batwoman, 3 seasons

Legends of Tomorrow, 7 seasons

4400, 1 season

Roswell, New Mexico, 4 seasons

Charmed, 4 seasons

Dynasty, 5 seasons

In the Dark, 4 seasons

Legacies, 4 seasons

Naomi, 1 season

Legends of the Hidden Temple, 1 season


Bridge and Tunnel, 2 seasons


The Big Leap, 1 season

The Real, 8 seasons

Our Kind of People, 1 season

Pivoting, 1 season


Motherland: Fort Salem, 3 seasons


Atlanta, 4 seasons

Snowfall, 6 seasons

Hallmark Channel

Chesapeake Shores, 6 seasons


His Dark Materials, 3 seasons

The Time Traveler’s Wife, 1 season

Los Espookys, 2 seasons


Raised by Wolves, 2 seasons

Made for Love, 2 seasons


Dollface, 2 seasons

Love, Victor, 3 seasons

Woke, 2 seasons

Maggie 1 season


Ellen’s Game of Games, 4 seasons

This Is Us, 6 seasons

Ordinary Joe, 1 season

The Endgame, 1 season

Kenan, 2 seasons

Mr. Mayor, 2 seasons


Grace and Frankie, 7 seasons

The Crown, 6 seasons

Ozark, 4 seasons

Dead to Me, 3 seasons

Gentefied, 2 seasons

Cooking With Paris, 1 season

Family Reunion, 5 seasons

The Baby-Sitters Club, 2 seasons

Archive 81, 1 season

Space Force, 2 seasons

Locke & Key, 3 seasons

Stranger Things, 5 seasons

Never Have I Ever, 4 seasons

The Midnight Club, 1 season

The Lost

First Kill, 1 season

Control Z  3 seasons

Resident Evil  1 season

Warrior Nuns 2 seasons – fans trying to save it


The Good Fight, 6 seasons

Star Trek: Picard, 3 seasons

Why Women Kill, 2 seasons


Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, 1 season

Saved by the Bell, 2 seasons

Rutherford Falls, 2 seasons

Prime Video

I Know What You Did Last Summer, 1 season

The Expanse, 6 seasons

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, 5 seasons

Paper Girls, 1 season

Night Sky – 1 season


American Rust, 1 season

Flatbush Misdemeanors, 2 seasons

The Man Who Fell to Earth 1 season


Animal Kingdom, 6 seasons

Snowpiercer, 4 season

Warner Brothers TV Distribution

The Ellen DeGeneres Show


61ST Street – AMC

Killing Eve – BBC America

Minx -HBO Max

Carnival Row -Prime Video

The Crown -Netflix

Endeavor- PBS

Fear the Walking Dead- AMC

Firefly Lane -Netflix

The Flash- The CW

The Handmaids Tale- Hulu

Happy Valley- BBC

The Hardy Boys- Hulu

Hunters- Prime Video

Manifest – Netflix

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – Prime Video to be released in 2023

A Million Little Things – ABC

My Brilliant Friend – HBO

Nancy Drew – The CW

NCIS Los Angeles- CBS

Never have I Ever – Netflix

New Amsterdam -NBC

Riverdale – The CW

Sanditon – PBS

Servant – Apple TV+

Snowfall -FX

Snowpiercer – TNT

Star Trek Picard Paramount +  3rd season

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan – Prime Video 4th season

The Umbrella Academy – Netflix 4th season

Whose Line is it Anyway – The CW

Workin Moms -CBC

Wu-Tang: An American Saga – Hulu

Your Honor- Showtime 2nd season

Hope this helps you manage your viewing schedule, and don't forget to seek out any opportunities to save your favorite from cancellation!  Until next time