15 Television Shows that Deserved More Than Cancellation

Far too often there comes along a new series that is fresh, unique, or of high quality and it never finds the success and audience that it deserves, and therefore the powers that be decide to end it.

This show was too short-lived, but at least it was given a movie to wrap everything up for fans.

Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist (2020 – 2021)

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993 – 1997)

This superhero show may not be as highly revered as others, but it nonetheless has its devoted fans, who cherished the series in all its 1990s goofiness.

Undeniably sweet, and perhaps a little bit corny and cheesy, frankly these attributes are what makes this original Netflix series so welcome and refreshing in this day in age where G and PG family sitcoms are very rare.

Country Comfort (2021)

Trophy Wife (2013 – 2014)

One of the funniest sitcoms of recent years, clearly this was an attempt to capitalize on the success of Modern Family, but never got the chance to spread its wings.

A dark and twisty drama, Ringer was lauded as Sarah Michelle Gellar's big return to primetime television, and despite that, it definitely got the short end of the stick with its audience.

Ringer (2011 – 2012)

Fans of the show will remember that this series ended on a huge cliffhanger with Caroline set to marry another man, only to see her true love Richard up on the balconies of the church, as she looks on with astonishment and uncertainty of what to do.

Caroline in the City (1995 -1999)

Emily Owens M.D. was a show that was cancelled without resolving any storylines and we were left with a definite romantic cliffhanger that left fans most definitely divided.

Emily Owens M.D. (2012 -2013)

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