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How you doin\'? Not so good if you\'re Matt LeBlanc and the Showtime series "Episodes," which has been cancelled after five seasons. Oddly enough, the fifth season of the series (which will consist of only seven episodes) hasn\'t even premiered, and isn\'t slated to air until 2017. "Episodes" features LeBlanc as an exaggerated version himself, and offers a scathing inside look at the Hollywood machine.
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How you doin\'? Not so good if you\'re Matt LeBlanc and the Showtime series "Episodes," which has been cancelled after five seasons. Oddly enough, the fifth season of the series (which will consist of only seven episodes) hasn\'t even premiered, and isn\'t slated to air until 2017. "Episodes" features LeBlanc as an exaggerated version himself, and offers a scathing inside look at the Hollywood machine. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
Less than three months after its debut, Khloe Kardashian\'s first talk show has been cancelled. "Kocktails with Khloe" will end its run on April 20 after just 14 episodes. FYI thanked Kardashian for her "hard work and unique voice" in a statement released Wednesday, but declined to cite a reason for the cancellation. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
Five episodes into the second season of "Togetherness," and the show got the boot. While the series, which follows two couples living under one roof, has been received well by critics and audiences alike, HBO was not satisfied with its inability to reach a wider audience. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
The biblical saga that took more of a soap opera tone than a religious one was axed after only two episodes. The combination of explicit sex and violence with the story of the Old Testament didn\'t bode well for ABC. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
The crime drama directed by J.J. Abrams will head into its fifth and final season this May. In commenting on the canceled show, Abrams was quoted saying, "The only heartbreak there, is how much good story there was to come if it were to have continued." —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
The show that introduced the ins and outs of private medical care from Dr. Hank Lawson will be ending after season eight. The show\'s creators told the Hollywood Reporter that they suspected the eighth season would be its last. After being renewed simultaneously for the seventh and eighth seasons, the writers have had ample time to write the end of the story just how they want. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
The recently rebranded Freeform is dropping an ABC Family staple from its roster. The Peabody Award-winning series "Switched at Birth" will be ending after its upcoming fifth season, show creator Lizzy Weiss confirmed on Twitter. "This season of #SwitchedatBirth will be our final one," she wrote. "We are ending the show after an amazing 103 episodes with pride, love, and gratitude." —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
After only one season on the air, Freeform has opted to end the romantic comedy series. The show tracked actor Noah Reid as he handled the ups and downs of finding love in the workplace. The show started off with 580,000 viewers, and by the final episode the audience had fallen dramatically to only 120,000 viewers. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
The sexy drama finished up it\'s second season this past December and has since been axed by USA. Although the marital dysfunctions portrayed throughout the series did strike a chord with some viewers, the show couldn\'t manage to maintain its audience. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
The third time was not the charm for Poppy Montgomery\'s detective drama "Unforgettable." The series first debuted on CBS in 2011, but was canceled after only one season. CBS reversed its decision and renewed the show for an additional two seasons before axing the series again in 2014. A&E then picked up the show for a fourth season this past November, but viewers didn\'t make the jump. RIP again, "Unforgettable." —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
CBS decided to part ways with its new Jane Lynch comedy "Angel from Hell." The show has only been on air for five episodes and was yanked from the lineup right away. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
The long-running legal drama "The Good Wife" will come to an end this year after seven seasons on air. CBS broke the news with a commercial during the Super Bowl. In January, it was announced that the creators were leaving the show, casting doom on the show\'s future. Star Julianna Margulies sparked more cancellation rumors two weeks later when she said "I\'m unemployed come April" at an event honoring her bosses. The series finale will air on May 8th. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
WGN America pulled the plug on their period drama "Manhattan." The show was on air for two seasons, but will not be back for a third due to poor ratings. The show, set in the 1940s, follows scientists and their families as they race to build the world\'s first atomic bomb. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
"Finding Carter" will not be coming back for a third season. MTV announced the show\'s cancellation in January. Fans were not happy about the news, especially since the second season ended with a cliffhanger. A petition has been circulating online to bring the show back and there are rumors that Netflix might be interested. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
The talk show, originally hosted by Tyra Banks, has been canceled after one season. FABLife\'s former host Tyra Banks decided to leave the show back in November to focus on her cosmetics line. She still stayed on as executive producer, but the show failed to wow in ratings and officially got the ax in January. Chrissy Teigen, Joe Zee, Leah Ashley and Lauren Makk co-hosted the daytime talk show. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
In January, CBS officially canceled the comedy "Mike & Molly." Several stars from the show tweeted about the cancellation in December, but the news was not confirmed until the New Year. The comedy starring Melissa McCarthy will finish its sixth season this spring. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
SundanceTV decided to end the drama "Rectify" after the upcoming fourth season. The series tells the story of Daniel Holden, a man trying to put his life back together after DNA evidence calls his 19-year conviction into question. The final season will start in the fall. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
The long-running drama "Rizzoli & Isles" will come to an end after the upcoming seventh season. TNT & TBS President Kevin Reilly confirmed the news saying, "It felt like it was time. Everybody (cast and crew) felt good about that." Detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles will team up for their last season airing this summer. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
After only two seasons, NBC pulled the plug on the talk show starring the former "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" host. The show reportedly dropped 25% of viewers from season one to season two. Vieira will finish up work on the second season before heading to Rio for the Olympics. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
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