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

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Fox has cancelled The Following and NBC has cancelled Constantine. 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.

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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.

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




Manhattan Love Story




The Millers
CBS renewed The Millers for a second season but pulled the comedy shortly after its season 2 debut. Cliff Lipson/CBS via Getty Images


Battle Creek

The McCarthys

The Millers

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The Following



Red Band Society


Kate Walsh in Bad Judge
Kate Walsh’s Bad Judge was not picked up past its initial 13-episode order. Jessica Brooks/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank


A to Z

About a Boy


Bad Judge



Marry Me

One Big Happy

State of Affairs

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The CW

Hart of Dixie


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)

Leeann and Eddie
Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes’ reality show LeAnn and Eddie was canceled by VH1. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for VH1

LeAnn and Eddie (VH1)

Looking (HBO)

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Melissa & Joey (ABC Family)

Perception (TNT)

Sirens (USA)

Witches of East End (Lifetime)

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