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The dating series had ladies think about which men were “decent folks” and which men were “f**k young men.” Sadly, this incredibly fun, ludicrous time is a casualty of the HBO/Revelation consolidation. Dropped after two seasons of TV Shows.

The Nevers: The series about Victorian ladies with unique capacities won’t finish its most memorable season, which was isolated into parts. Dropped after one season.

Degrassi The Future: More like the lost age. This venture set in the Degrassi universe was rejected before it even began. Dropped after no seasons.

Incredible: This reality rivalry series followed LGBTQ+ individuals from ball culture, seeking a $100,000 prize. HBO Max has since taken out it from the streaming stage. Dropped after three seasons.

Little Ellen: The primary person of this enlivened series is seven-year-old Ellen DeGeneres. Is Dakota Johnson behind its abrogation? Dropped after two seasons.

Made for Adoration: The science fiction dark parody featuring science fiction dark satire sovereign Cristin Milioti is, notwithstanding incredible surveys, one more casualty of the HBO/Revelation consolidation. Dropped after two seasons.

Love Life: HBO Max parted ways with the heartfelt collection series, which featured Anna Kendrik in season one and The Great Spot’s William Jackson Harper in season two. Dropped after two seasons.


Adequately close: “It’s valid, Close Enough is finishing after 3 seasons,” maker JG Quintel composed on Twitter of the vivified follow-up to Animation Organization’s Customary TV Shows. “I feel lucky to have chipped away at this task with such countless skilled individuals. Much thanks to you to everybody that rejuvenated it, and to each and every individual who watched!” Dropped after three seasons.

Gordita Annals: The ’80s transitioning series won’t make it past season one on HBO Max. “Surprisingly realistic children and family programming won’t be essential for our programming center in the short term, and thus, we’ve needed to settle on the undeniably challenging choice to end ‘Gordita Narratives’ at HBO Max,” a representative for HBO Max told Assortment. Dropped after one season.

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