Every year, the major networks, the cable stations and even the streaming services opt to cancel at least a project or two. This past year saw a slew of shows get cancelled, from short-lived programs like Minority Report and Wicked City to shows that had been on the air for quite some time like Mike & Molly. All in all, 2016 said goodbye to a slew of prominent shows. Here are the ones we feel were the most disappointing, for a variety of reasons.

In addition, if you wanting to see how this season's shows are shaping out, check out our rundown of cancelled and renewed shows for the 2016-2017 TV season.

Person Of Interest, CBS

When Person of Interest first premiered on CBS, it was one of the network's most popular shows. Over time, it went from more of a basic procedural to an intriguing sci fi drama, and many fans enjoyed the change. However, the audience for the show kept falling a little bit, whether thanks to the new direction or the timeslot changes CBS kept implementing. Still, when the show was cancelled, it was disappointing, because the final season had fewer episodes. This led to a shortened season in the summertime, and a feeling that the story had been rushed. It was a bummer, for sure.

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