TV shows ending in 2022: which shows are ending or being canceled this year?

With the shooting costs which are skyrocketing due to the prevention measures created by the pandemic and the need to offer new content to an audience that has often had to be confined to a small house in recent months, many networks and services streaming companies have opted to cancel or end some of our favorite TV series and shows.

In 2022, more new releases are announced than last year, but some of them don’t even have any images available yet, so they must be in the early stages of development. In contrast, cancellations mostly relate to recently premiered series, ending after only their first season, while long-running series are renewed for 2 or 3 more seasons. As they say, if it ain’t broke …

As the studios prefer to play it safe, here we have a list of shows that will not be renewed in 2022.

List of series ending or canceling in 2022


More than a decade later after its premiere, The Walking Dead will finally come to an end this year. AMC has confirmed that Season 11, the last of the main series, will premiere on August 22. According to AMC, Season 11 of The Walking Dead will once again pick up the main story and be the biggest of all, spanning 24 episodes.


After a very successful six years, This Is Us will see the final chapter of the Pearson family in 2022. This final season will feature 18 episodes, with the last ending on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, if the remaining episodes are to air. weekly without interruption.


A Discovery Of Witches is based on the three books of Deborah Harkness’s All Souls trilogy: A Discovery Of Witches, Shadow of the Night and The Book of Life – Like the series, the books accurately conclude the stories of vampires, witches and demons to finish. Therefore, this third season is unfortunately the last season of the adventures of Diana and Matthew, since the series has been officially canceled.


This one touches close to the heart, as many of us grew up watching the adventures of Arthur and his friends. After a very successful and impressive 25 years, PBS has announced that the popular children’s TV show will end in 2022.


Sadly, the hit series “Search Party” came to an end in 2022 with its fifth and final season. You can watch the final season in its entirety as all episodes are now available on HBO Max.


Ava DuVernay’s hit series “Queen Sugar” will also end in 2022. The seventh season will see us separate from the Bordelon family. Still no official date for the premiere of the final season.


Netflix has announced that on January 14 they will be releasing all six episodes of the third and final season of After Life. This final season follows Tony as he navigates the duel as the character played by Ricky Gervais (who creates, writes, and directs) realizes that making others feel good is the only thing that makes him feel good. hope and a reason to live.


We all knew this was going to happen when a prequel to the hit series, Breaking Bad, was announced. For five seasons, we’ve seen Jimmy’s transformation into the corrupt, money-loving Saul we knew and Season 6 will finally complete that transformation. No date yet for its release.


Kenya Barris’ highly acclaimed comedy “Black-ish” will end in 2022 with its eighth and final season. The series will end from January 4. “Black-ish” has spawned several spinoffs and received numerous awards over the years, including a Golden Globe, a Primetime Emmy, and over two dozen NAACP Image Awards.


Much to anyone’s surprise, the long-running “Ellen DeGeneres Show” will finally come to an end after the title host was embroiled in a series of controversies alleging abuse against her staff. Earlier in 2021, DeGeneres herself announced the end of the show because she needed something new to “challenge” her.


The Amazon Prime Video series “I know what you did last summer” will not be renewed in 2022 because it was canceled after only one season, mainly due to the lack of interest in the series of remakes of the same slasher for adolescents from 1997 Name.

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