All the TV Shows That Were Canceled Due to COVID-19 (Photos)
From ABC’S “Stumptown” to Netflix’s “GLOW”
The list of TV shows that have been canceled or had their season renewals reversed due to COVID-19 seems to be growing by the day. From “On Becoming a God in Central Florida” to “GLOW,” here are all the shows that were supposed to continue on, but were instead cut short.
“On Becoming a God in Central Florida” • This Showtime drama starring Kirsten Dunst was given the axe on Oct. 8. It had been renewed for a second season in 2019.
“GLOW” • Netflix reversed its renewal for this ladies’ wrestling show’s 4th and final season on Oct. 5
“The Society” • This teen drama was canceled by Netflix in late August after being renewed for a second season.
“I Am Not Okay With This” • Starring “It” franchise darlings Sophia Lillis and Wyatt Oleff, this YA series was canceled by Netflix on the same day as “The Society.”
“I’m Sorry” • TruTV reversed this show’s Season 3 renewal in August. Starring Andrea Savage, it was among the series that saw production delayed by the pandemic earlier this spring.
“Stumptown” • ABC canceled this Cobie Smulders-led drama on Sept. 16 after giving it a Season 2 renewal in May.
“Cortes y Moctezuma” • Javier Bardem was set to star in this 4-episode miniseries ordered by Amazon back in 2018. It had been in production in Mexico when the coronavirus hit in March and was then scrapped on Sept. 3.
“Drunk History” • The Comedy Central series had started production on Season 7 before it was halted due to the pandemic. It was canceled in August to make room for more adult animation on the network, according to a person familiar with the situation… meaning the show will end, by default, with Season 6.
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