TV Shows that Ended In 2019

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TV Shows that Ended In 2019


We have seen a lot of cancellations and conclusions of a lot of TV series this year. While some may really need to be put out of their misery due to low viewership, others simply ran their course and couldn’t be stretched anymore. Still, there were those that left fans actually wanting for more, or even clamoring that the final episode be re-done. Whatever the case may be, these are the shows that said goodbye in 2019.


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Game of Thrones

After a total of 73 episodes spanning eight years, the grandest and arguably the most successful fantasy drama of the decade based on George R.R. Martin’s book series, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” finally came to an end. Pop Culture, an entertainment media company, mentioned that this show wasn’t supposed to be a long-running TV series but just one giant story. Nevertheless, viewers got hooked on the show’s regular doses of drama, violence, sex, dragons, and White Walkers.


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The Freeform series was expected to end earlier but due to the number of petitions made by its huge fan base, it was stretched for a little bit of time. Simple Most, a website that provides amazing stories ad tips and advice to help save time and money, reported that the beloved series ended in spring 2019, culminating in a two-part finale. Dedicated fans once again launched a campaign to keep it going but Freeform deemed it was better to finish the Cassandra Clare book series adaptation on a high note. 


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The Big Bang Theory

Before the series officially ended, its fans still had hopes that their beloved show will be extended for a 13th season. Pop Culture mentioned that when season 12 premiered, news about the ending emerged, saying that its lead star, Jim Parsons, was ready to move on from his role as the quirky physicist, Sheldon Cooper. The actor never confirmed nor denied I, but when the end did come, he and other stars of the show shared a touching message for the sitcom’s production team on their social media accounts. 


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Orange Is the New Black

The badass ladies from Litchfield prison finally said goodbye to their followers after seven seasons.
The series’ creator, Jenji Kohan, stated that it was time for these women (or at least some of them) to “be released from prison.” The Emmy-winning series based on Piper Kerman’s true story wrapped it up in summer 2019. Kohan added, “I will miss all the…ladies of Litchfield and the incredible crew we’ve worked with. My heart is orange but fade to black.” 


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Jane the Virgin

CW’s “Jane the Virgin” wrapped it up after five seasons. Simple Most said that Jennie Snyder Urman kept her promise to the fans that there will be one wedding at the end of the season. She also added that the ending is what she pitched in the first place. “I could’ve pitched them a million of the details that have happened along the way, and it doesn’t have to do so much with the plot and with all the twists and turns,” Snyder Urman stated.


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The Angel of Darkness’ story will finally come to an end this year. Entertainment magazine Variety reported that it is finally confirmed that after the series has been saved by Netflix for a fifth season, the series will say goodbye to its “Lucifans.”

“We’re thrilled that ‘Lucifer’ fans around the world have embraced this series on Netflix, and we can’t wait to give them the big finish they’ve all been waiting for,” a Netflix spokesperson stated in a statement. 


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The Good Place

Well, some good things really never last. The fourth and final season of “The Good Place” will kick off on NBC on September 26, and it is reported that it will have 14 episodes. Fans could savor the season’s last offering with an hour-long finale. Michael Schur stated that there will be a “new Janet” to meet before the series wraps up.