9 TV Shows That Should’ve Been Canceled Years Ago
It always seems like the best shows get canceled and the ones that should've ended years ago painfully last forever. It makes you question the networks' decisions sometimes. We asked you which shows you think have overstayed their welcome on our televisions. There are quite a few shows that everyone agreed should have been axed years ago.
So which shows did you think should exit the TV world immediately?
The hit ABC drama has lasted 15 seasons. Recently, there have been rumors that Ellen Pompeo wants out, to which even Grey's Anatomy fans let out a sigh of relief. The show should've ended years ago...
Even after 20 seasons, Mariska Hargitay says she's not done yet with the show. She might not be, but it seems like audiences agree.
The popular sitcom just began its 10th season earlier this week, but some think that it should've been canceled awhile ago.
The Big Bang Theory is on its 12th and final season, however many people think that it should've ended years ago. My brother always says that the show should've ended when they started to change Sheldon's character.
Dr. Phil has been on for 17 seasons and gave people like Danielle Bregoli (the "catch me outside" girl) a spotlight. Honestly, just for that the show should be canceled.
The singing competition lasted 15 seasons before it was canceled in 2016. However, the show was brought back in 2018 by ABC for its 16th season. Some people think that it should've been left alone.
Everyone seems to have a strong opinion on the Kardashians, whether it's out of hate or love. The show has been on for 15 seasons and it doesn't seem like it's going anywhere anytime soon.
The View first aired in 1997 and is on its 22nd season. The show is always in the news for controversy.
I am going to add this one in on my own. With its main characters slowly leaving one by one, the show should take that as a sign. The addition of Wilmer Valderrama was a welcomed one, however the exit of Pauly Perrette (Abby Sciuto) should've ended the show.