Sixteen TV series have been canceled so far during the 2016-17 season by broadcast, cable and streaming outlets, according to a report by TVbytheNumbers.com.
The report notes four broadcast cancellations: CBS’s “American Gothic” and “BrainDead,” NBC’s “Aquarius” and the syndicated “Celebrity Name Game.”
Twelve cable and streaming shows make the list: “Any Given Wednesday” (HBO), “Blunt Talk” (Starz), “Brad Neely’s Harg Nallin Sclopio Peepio” (Adult Swim), “Girl Meets World” (Disney Channel), “Good Girls Revolt” (Amazon), “Guilt” (Freeform), “Impastor” (TV Land), “Marco Polo” (Netflix), “Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace” (Adult Swim), “Murder in the First” (TNT), “Not Safe with Nikki Glaser” (Comedy Central) and “Salem” (WGN America).
TVbytheNumbers is also tracking shows that are airing their final seasons this year, but don’t qualify as cancellations, and that list can be found by clicking here.
Finally, the website lists shows that have been renewed through 2017 and beyond — a list that can be found by clicking here.