Canceled Shows From the 2014-15 TV Season: The Following, Constantine, Marry Me, More

Fox has cancelled The Following and NBC has cancelled Constantine. Credit: FOX via Getty Images; Tina Rowden/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Although networks spend plenty of time, energy, talent, and money on developing new TV shows each year, not every series can be a hit. Unfortunately, that means despite fan love and dedicated Internet fan campaigns, some of your favorite shows will be canceled.

 

The TV bloodbath continued on Friday, May 8 as Fox axed dramas The Following and Backstrom, and NBC got rid of comic-book adaptation Constantine, Katherine Heigl vehicle State of Affairs, and comedies About a Boy and Marry Me.

Later in the afternoon, NBC axed freshman comedy One Big Happy, while CBS got rid of first-season series Battle Creek and The McCarthys.

Here's a list of all the TV shows that got the axe during the 2014-15 season.

ABC

Cristela

Forever

Manhattan Love Story

Resurrection

Revenge

Selfie

CBS

Battle Creek

The McCarthys

The Millers

FOX

Backstrom

The Following

Gracepoint

Mulaney

Red Band Society

Utopia

NBC

A to Z

About a Boy

Allegiance

Bad Judge

Constantine

Hannibal

Marry Me

One Big Happy

State of Affairs

 

The CW

Hart of Dixie

Cable

Anger Management (FX)

Benched (USA)

Covert Affairs (USA)

Dallas (TNT)

Eye Candy (MTV)

Franklin & Bash (TNT)

Garfunkel and Oates (IFC)

Ground Floor (TBS)

Happyland (MTV)

LeAnn and Eddie (VH1)

Melissa & Joey (ABC Family)

Perception (TNT)

Sirens (USA)

Witches of East End (Lifetime)