Even though the fall TV season is slowly embracing us, with so many new and returning shows on the way, that's definitely not a guarantee that shows will stop getting cancelled. In fact, the past couple of weeks have seen some big announcements for shows ending all across the TV-scape, and while some of them carried an olive branch of good news to go along with plugs being pulled, not all were so lucky.

Here are all the TV cancellations that we'll be mulling over and mourning for the near future. Let's kick things off with a show whose absence from primetime should make other Emmy-nominated comedies breathe a sigh of relief.


HBO's critical darling Veep is coming to an end, though thankfully not until after Season 7 has aired, with those final ten episodes set for 2018, presumably in the summer. It was interesting to see Veep handle its sixth season in the political climate that was birthed after Donald Trump was elected President, and even though we would easily watch Julia Louis-Dreyfuss' Selina Meyer continue to run her revolving door of staff members ragged with an endless cycle of mayhem, showrunner David Mandel decided that the upcoming season's storyline was the best way to bow out. So many four-letter words to say about that.

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