Which Recently Canceled Series Would You Bring Back ASAP? VOTE

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The verdicts are in!

With the 2017 Upfronts wrapping up in early May, networks finally unveiled which shows will be returning for another season, and which ones have been left on the chopping block. Needless to say, it’s been a few weeks of highs and lows for TV fans.

While there have been a number of exciting renewals (we’re so glad The CW is giving The Originals another season), there have been even more disappointments as the five major networks each cancelled multiple series.

With shows including Scream Queens, Frequency, Sleepy Hollow, and more getting the axe over the past few days, we can’t help but wish networks would reverse course on some of their recent decisions like NBC did when it (wisely) “un-canceled” Timeless.

With that in mind, we want to know which series that was canceled within the past few weeks you would bring back ASAP. We scoured multiple sites (h/t E! NewsTVLineBuzzfeed) to compile a list of all of the titles that have been recently canceled, so that you can tell us which show most deserves another season. We even included some outliers like Prison Break and 24: Legacywhich aren’t returning next season, but could still come back with new episodes somewhere down the line. (In other words, though Prison Break and 24: Legacy were not technically canceled, we wanted to give you the chance to vote for them so you can let it be known just how much — and how soon! — you want them back.)

Regardless of whether you want just one more season of a breakout freshman drama like Pitch or Emerald City, or you’re heartbroken over the loss of a mainstay like 2 Broke Girls, we want to know which show gets your vote.

 

 

So take a look at the list above and show your support for which series you would bring back ASAP if you could. After you’re done voting, don’t forget to leave us a comment and let us know why you picked the show you did!

This poll has been updated to include June cancelations, including Chicago Justice.