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Cancelled Shows, Facts & Figures: The 'Best' Casualty, the 'Worst' Renewal, the Most Ruthless Network and More

TVLine Logo By Matt Webb Mitovich of TVLine | Slide 2 of 11: Of those that have met one certain fate or another (as of May 23), 48 percent of the series that debuted during the 2021-22 TV season will not be back for an encore — a sharp uptick  from the previous TV season, when 29 percent of freshman shows flunked out. Of this year’s one-and-done casualties, 70 percent were hour-long dramas -- which may only speak to the scarce number of freshman comedies trotted out this season.  View the full ArticleMore from TVLineWas The Rookie Twist Two Convoluted? Did Good Doc Trigger ER PTSD? Should Archie Bust More Moves? And More Qs!Riverdale Ending: KJ Apa Reacts to Final Season News (and a 'Bughead' Reunion?), Teases Musical EpisodeRiverdale to End With Season 7 at CW, to Premiere in 2023

FRESHMEN WHO FAILED TO MAKE THE GRADE

Of those that have met one certain fate or another (as of May 23), 48 percent of the series that debuted during the 2021-22 TV season will not be back for an encore — a sharp uptick  from the previous TV season, when 29 percent of freshman shows flunked out. Of this year’s one-and-done casualties, 70 percent were hour-long dramas -- which may only speak to the scarce number of freshman comedies trotted out this season.  

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