Some of our fan-favorite shows were part of the unfortunate few that got cut way before their time.
Along with Steve Harvey, whose eponymous talk show was axed this month too, there’s several shows starring Black actors and actresses that aren’t returning.
We’ve rounded up seven shows that are ending this year, sadly.
Lethal Weapon (Fox)
, starring Damon Wayans, was canceled after three seasons. It comes after Wayans announced last October
that he's quitting the show to spend more quality time with himself and his family.
Lethal Weapon, starring Damon Wayans, was canceled after three seasons. It comes after Wayans announced last October that he's quitting the show to spend more quality time with himself and his family.
Happy Together (CBS)
Another Wayans is now off the small screen. Damon Wayans Jr., who starred in Happy Together, will not return for a second season.
Lee Daniels' Star, which starred Queen Latifah, Brandy, Ryan Destiny and Quincy, is being ripped from Fox after three seaons.
Fam, starring Tone Bell, will not get a second season.
The Fix (ABC)
The ABC drama created by former prosecutor Marcia Clark was canceled after one season. The series starred Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje.
Detroiters (Comedy Central)
This comedy series, starring Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson as two friends who ran an advertisement agency, was canceled after two seasons.
The family comedy about a former couple co-parenting, and starring Marlon Wayans, Bresha Webb and Essence Atkins, was canceled after season two.