Category Archives: Cancellations

First Look: ‘The Office’ Final Season Poster

Just days after announcing the upcoming season of “The Office” will be its last, NBC dropped the season official poster.

Take a look at the key art below.

“The Office” returns to NBC on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 9/8c.


The Office Season 8 Poster


‘The Office’ to End After Nine Seasons

The Office

NBC is pulling the reins on “The Office.”

Greg Daniels, the showrunner of “The Office” told reporters on a conference call that this will be the show’s final season: “This year feels like the last chance to … make an artistic ending for the show, This will be the last season of “The Office,” and we’re planning a big exciting last season.” Daniels stated “all questions will be answered this year. We’re going to see who’s behind the documentary … Now that we know we have an end date we can blow things up and take some chances and it will be very freeing, creatively.”

“There’s so much to pay off after nine seasons,” Daniels added. “My biggest concern is just packing in all these great ideas the writing staff has and make sure we squeeze as many as we can into the ending.”

The final season of “The Office” airs Thurs, Sept. 20 at 9/8c p.m.

Will you miss “The Office?”

‘Gene Simmons Family Jewels’ Canceled by A&E

A&E has pulled the plug on its reality series, “Gene Simmons Family Jewels.”

The cable network said in a statement to THR “for seven great seasons, Gene, Shannon, Nick and Sophie have been part of the A&E family, and we could not be more proud of the unparalleled run of “Gene Simmons Family Jewels.” On behalf of everyone at A&E, we’d like to thank the production team at Thinkfactory Media, Gene and his amazing family for their partnership, collaboration and for opening up their lives, warts-and-all, to us throughout the years.”

The reality series followed Simmons, the Kiss bassist, Shannon Tweed and their two children.

The family added, “it has been a wonderful, life-altering experience for our family, and after seven successful seasons, we feel it’s time to move on.”

VH1 Pulls the Plug on ‘Ev and Ocho’

Ev and Ocho

VH1 is pulling reality series “Ev and Ocho” from its schedule. Shocker!

The reality series starring NFL player Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson and his wife Evelyn Lozada was expected to follow the married couple as they make their wedding preparations and highlight their big day.

However, VH1 has reconsidered plans to air the series following allegations of domestic violence. The network said in a statement, “Due to the unfortunate events over the weekend and the seriousness of the allegations, VH1 is pulling the series “Ev and Ocho” from its schedule and has no current plans of airing it.”

Chad was arrested Saturday in a domestic violence dispute, after allegedly head-butting Evelyn during an argument. Following the arrest, Chad was dropped from the Miami Dolphins.

The reality series was schedule to premiere Sept. 3 on VH1.

CBS Cancels ‘3’

CBS has pulled the plug on “3.”

“3” which premiered Thurs., after “Big Brother” has been cancelled. The dating series previewed Thurs., but moved to its timeslot on Sun., with a rating of 1.7 million viewers and a 0.5 rating in the adults 18-49 demo.

The show followed three very different single women – April Francis, Rachel Harley and Libby Lopez — who were looking for true love.

CBS will air repeats of “The Good Wife” Sundays at 9 p.m. beginning next week.

‘The Big C’ Renewed For a Final Season, ‘Borgias’ will ‘likely’ End After Season 4, and More!

“The Big C” has been renewed for a fourth and final season by Showtime. The series starring Laura Linney will wrap up the show with four one-hour episodes.

Showtime president David Nevins confirmed the renewal Monday at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour in Beverly Hills.

The series finale is expected to air Sept. 16.

Below are some highlights from Showtime’s TCA sessions…

“Weeds” will end with a two-part series finale on September 16. David Nevins said he has read the series finale script and says it “answers a lot of questions. Mary-Louise Parker told critics, “I think it’s [“Weeds” finale] beautiful. I cried when I read it.”

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“Inside Comedy” was renewed for a season of 10 episodes. The second season guest-stars includes Ben Stiller, Tina Fey, Judd Apatow, Will Ferrell and Albert Brooks.

As for “Dexter,” Nevins stated the series ending after Season 8 is “the likely scenario, [but] plans can always change. Everything has gotten rewired this [upcoming season] given that Deb has to deal with who her brother is. Everything changes… Every scene is fraught because you’re wondering what is she going to do. What does he think she’s going to do.”

‘Dexter’ Season 7: Watch the First Two Minutes of the Premiere [Video].

Nevins also says it is “likely” “Borgias” will conclude after its fourth season.

What about “Episodes” you ask? Nevins said, “I’m expecting “Episodes” to come back.”

TCA Awards: ‘Homeland,’ ‘Louie’ Win Big at TCA Awards.

As for “Homeland” fate, “anybody could go at any time,” teased David Nevins. Showtime president added fans will “understand the trajectory” of “Homeland‘”s second season by the end of the second episode.

AMC Cancels ‘The Killing’

AMC has cancelled “The Killing” after two seasons.

“After much deliberation, we’ve come to the difficult decision not to renew The Killing for a third season,” AMC said in a statement. “AMC is incredibly proud of the show and is fortunate to have worked with such a talented team on this project, from showrunner Veena Sud and our terrific partners at Fox Television Studios to the talented, dedicated crew and exceptional cast.”

But the cancelled series, which starred Mireille Enos, Billy Campbell, and Joel Kinnaman will be shopped to other networks.

Fox Television Studios said in a statement, “Fox Television Studios is extremely proud of The Killing, the extraordinary writing staff and crew, and what we believe is one of the best casts on television. We will proceed to try to find another home for the show.”