Every Single TV Show That's Been Axed in 2017

If you thought 'The Vampire Diaries' was safe, think again.

It's that time of year. The US TV upfronts are approaching, an annual event during which each network confirms its schedule for the coming year.

In the days and weeks prior, news of what will and won't be on those schedules inevitably leaks—which means learning about pilots being picked up for series and old favorites being renewed.

It also, unfortunately, means finding out what's been cancelled. Sad to say, not all of your shows are going to make it through—and these are the ones that've fallen prey to the axe so far.

UPDATED: May 15, 2017

2 Broke Girls (CBS)

American Crime (ABC)

American Gothic (CBS)


Aquarius (NBC)

The Blacklist: Redemption (NBC)

The Catch (ABC)

Conviction (ABC)

Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (CBS)

Doubt (CBS)

Dr. Ken (ABC)

Emerald City (NBC)

Frequency (The CW)

The Great Indoors (CBS)

Grimm (NBC)

Imaginary Mary (ABC)

Last Man Standing (ABC)

Making History (FOX)

Mistresses (ABC)

No Tomorrow (The CW)

Notorious (ABC)

The Odd Couple (CBS)

Pitch (FOX)

Powerless (NBC)

Pure Genius (CBS)

The Real O'Neals (ABC)

Reign (The CW)

Rosewood (FOX)

Scream Queens (FOX)

Secrets and Lies (ABC)

Sleepy Hollow (FOX)

Son of Zorn (FOX)

Time After Time (ABC)

Training Day (CBS)

The Vampire Diaries (The CW)

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