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All The TV Shows Ending in 2021, Ranked

Updated April 8, 2021 723 votes 85 voters51 items

List RulesVote for the shows ending in 2021 you are most sad to see go.

The cancelled shows of 2021 include many favorites and quite a few audiences got one more unexpected year with thanks to so many season premieres being pushed to 2021. While some popular shows, like Netflix originals Dead To Me, just didn't make it past that tricky second-to-fourth season mark, many shows ending in 2021 are long-running series, like Superstore, Grace and Frankie, and Bosch. Which TV shows canceled in 2021 are you sad to see end?

Some of the 2021 TV shows cancelled have been down this road before. Both Lucifer and The Expanse have teetered on the edge of cancellation, saved by ardent fans and streaming services. Other series feel like they’ve reached a natural end - as a prequel, Better Call Saul would have to end someday, and 2021 feels like a good year to say goodbye to some of the series we love, if only to make room for all the new shows 2021 is bringing.

Even if it’s their time, it’s hard to say farewell to TV shows ending in 2021, but you can vote up the 2021 cancelled shows you’ll miss the most.

  • Photo: Ozark / Netflix

    Number of Seasons: 4

    Finale: TBA (first part of final season airing 2021, final episodes possibly releasing in 2022)

    Ozark (Netflix, 2017) is an American crime drama series created by Bill Dubuque. Financial planner Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) must suddenly relocate his family (Laura Linney) from Chicago to a summer resort community in Missouri to wash money and pay off his debt to a Mexican (Esai Morales)....  more
    • Actors: Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, Sofia Hublitz, Skylar Gaertner, Julia Garner
    • Premiered: 2017
    • Network: Netflix
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  • Number of Seasons: 4

    Finale: April 15, 2021

    Infinity Train (Cartoon Network, 2019) is an American animated series created by Owen Denni. The series follows 12-year-old Tulip (Ashley Johnson) and her two-in-one robot companion One-One and corgi Atticuls (Ernie Hudson) in their journey through a seemingly infinite train with limitless possibilities traveling through a completely barren wasteland....  more
    • Actors: Ashley Johnson, Ernie Hudson
    • Premiered: 2019
    • Network: Cartoon Network
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  • Number of Seasons: 11

    Finale: April 4, 2021

    Shameless (Showtime, 2011) is an American comedy-drama television series developed by John Wells, based on the 2004 British series. Led by drunk patriarch Frank (William H. Macy), the poor and dysfunctional Gallagher family navigate relationships, poverty, and family issues together....  more
    • Actors: Emmy Rossum, William H. Macy, Ethan Cutkosky
    • Premiered: 2011
    • Network: Showtime
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  • Photo: Grace and Frankie / Netflix

    Number of Seasons: 7

    Finale: TBA

    Grace and Frankie (Netflix, 2015) is an American comedy-drama web television series created by Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris. Finding out that their husbands have been romantically involved for the last 20 years, two women (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin) with an already strained relationship try to cope with the circumstances together....  more
    • Actors: Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Sam Waterston, Martin Sheen, Brooklyn Decker
    • Premiered: 2015
    • Network: Netflix
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