To say it’s challenging to cut through in a Peak TV landscape where the number of scripted series is expected to top 500 in 2018 is an understatement. And to break through in the broadcast space — where you’re competing for eyeballs against scores of other scripted fare on at the same time on top of cable and streaming content? That’s even harder.
From freshman shows who had dreams of becoming the next This Is Us to veteran hits whose time has come to an end, The Hollywood Reporter rounds up all the broadcast series that came to an end during the 2017-18 broadcast season — and why.
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