30 Summer TV Shows You Maybe Forgot Are Cancelled Or 'Missing' This Year

So, you're probably wondering where your favorite show that usually airs in the summer is right now. Well, if it's on the majority of this list, it's not good, because these Summer-regulars have basically all been cancelled, aside from a few. Check out the list below:

American Woman (Paramount) - cancelled

Animals (HBO) - cancelled

Code Black (CBS) - cancelled

Detroiters (Comedy Central) - cancelled

Dietland (AMC) - cancelled

Face/Off (Syfy) - cancelled

Friends From College (Netflix) - cancelled

The Fosters (Freeform) - cancelled

The Four (FOX) - indefinite hiatus

Humans (AMC) - cancelled

I'm Dying Up Here (Showtime) - cancelled

The Last Ship (TNT) - cancelled

Love Connection (FOX) - cancelled

Love Is ___ (OWN) - cancelled

Marlon (NBC) - cancelled

Jessica Jones (Netflix) - cancelled (last season drops June 14)

Midnight, Texas (NBC) - cancelled

Outcast (Cinemax) - cancelled

The Proposal (ABC) - cancelled

Reverie (NBC) - cancelled

Salvation (CBS) - cancelled

Shades of Blue (NBC) - cancelled

Shooter (USA) - cancelled

Take Two (ABC) - cancelled

12 Monkeys (Syfy) - cancelled

Wrecked (TBS) - cancelled

Young & Hungry (Freeform) - cancelled

Some special cases:

Syfy's Wynonna Earp is MIA this summer, though it is renewed for a season 4. "Financial Challenges" are the current reason.

AMC's Better Call Saul, which aired Season 4 in Summer 2018, won't be back until 2020.

USA's Mr. Robot, which has aired 2 of 3 seasons in the summer, is back sometime this year.

Showtime's The Affair and Syfy's Killjoys have TBD dates, but are expected back this summer.


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