Let's be real. Everyone has that one show that they're still bitter over. Whether the problem was low ratings, cast discrepancies, or network issues, anybody can tell you the story of a series they loved that got canceled way too soon.
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Questions were left unanswered, ships were left in their ports, and frankly, viewers were left unhappy. But wouldn't it be nice if every canceled show was allowed some sort of wrap up to satisfy the audience and give the show an actual conclusion?
We've created a slideshow of 13 shows that didn't get (or won't get) the proper ending they deserve.
The Secret Circle
The Secret Circle had one of the best first seasons on television. There were so many more storylines to be explored and so many different aspects that could have been pulled from L.J. Smith's book series, but because of its ratings and high production costs, we never got to see what could've been.
The Lying Game
To this day, The Lying Game still feels like Freeform's smartest drama. And yes, even more so than Pretty Little Liars. There was never a dull or predictable moment, and the finale left on a cliffhanger for which we still, years later, need an explanation.
There were a lot of sad things about Rosewood's cancellation, but the most disappointing factor was the lost potential between Rosewood and Villa. They were a "will they/won't they" couple that deserved more time to figure out things.
The Shannara Chronicles
The first season of The Shannara Chronicles was golden, but unfortunately, the second one fell flat. The relationship between Wil, Eretria, and Amberle was the best part of the show, but when that relationship fell apart, so did the series. Even though Season 2 wasn't the best, we would've loved to have some kind of conclusion where Amberle came back and the three lived out their lives together.
Sweet Vicious was loved by many due to the serious issues it addressed. MTV ended up canceling it (along with most of its scripted series), but a wrap-up episode would've at least provided closure for the characters and the fans.
The Nine Lives of Chloe King
Talk about an explosive finale. It should've been illegal for Freeform to cancel a show right after the most shocking and confusing episode. But unfortunately, the ratings just didn't make the cut, and Chloe's lives ran out for good.