CBS Cancels Bradley Cooper’s ‘Limitless’ After One Season: See the Full List of Axed Network TV Shows

Bradley Cooper and Jake McDorman in Limitless.
Bradley Cooper (left) and Jake McDorman in 'Limitless.' Michael Parmelee/CBS via Getty Images

It reached its limit! CBS has canceled Limitless after one season, with showrunner Craig Sweeny announcing the news on Twitter on Wednesday, May 25.

"I'm truly sad to report that #Limitless will not continue on any platform," Sweeny wrote. "Thanks so much to everyone who watched."

The news comes after CBS president Glenn Geller told reporters last week during its pre-upfronts breakfast that the network was still shopping the drama series to other outlets.

Limitless was a spinoff of Bradley Cooper's 2011 film of the same name. The show starred Jake McDorman and Jennifer Carpenter, and featured Cooper in a recurring role as Senator Edward Morra, his character from the movie.

For even more heartache, check out the full list of shows from the 2015–2016 season that will not be returning to the major networks.

ABC

Agent Carter

The Astronaut Wives Club

Castle

The Family

Galavant

The Muppets

Rookie Blue

The Whispers

Nashville

Of Kings and Prophets

Wicked City

CBS

Angel From Hell

CSI: Cyber

Extant

The Good Wife

Mike and Molly

Person of Interest

Rush Hour

Supergirl (moving to the CW)

Under the Dome

Fox

American Idol

Bordertown

Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life

Grandfathered

The Grinder

Knock Knock Live

Minority Report

Second Chance

NBC

Crowded

Game of Silence

Hannibal

Heartbeat

Mr. Robinson

Mysteries of Laura

Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris

Heroes Reborn

Telenovela

Undateable

The CW

America's Next Top Model (moving to VH1)

Beauty and the Beast

Containment

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