By: Jennifer Hong
Published: Jul 4, 2021

2011 Canceled Television Episodes and Shows

2011 canceled television shows for this season. Several shows on television were canceled because of ratings in 2011. It’s big business, but it’s also very competitive, as the networks leave little room for error.

Viewers also have less patience than before. There are numerous programs on the tube now, and with hundreds of cable channels to choose from, the networks can’t take any chances. Once the ratings begin to drop, the series will get canceled before the new season is announced.

Better With You (ABC)
Brothers & Sisters (ABC)
Detroit 187 (ABC)
Mr. Sunshine (ABC)
No Ordinary Family (ABC)
Off the Map (ABC)
Chaos (CBS)
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior (CBS)
Mad Love (CBS)
$#*! My Dad Says (CBS)
Hellcats (The CW)
America’s Most Wanted (Fox)
The Chicago Code (Fox)
Human Target (Fox)
Lie to Me (Fox)
Traffic Light (Fox)
The Event (NBC)
Law & Order: LA (NBC)
Outsourced (NBC)
Perfect Couples (NBC)
Greek (ABC Family)
Huge (ABC Family)
The Hasslehoff (A&E)
Big Love (HBO)
The City (MTV)
Caprica (Syfy)
The Closer (TNT) - 15 episodes remaining

Surprisingly, Two and a Half Men was not on this list. As Charlie Sheen was melting down, everyone thought this series was doomed. Instead, they cut his character and brought in Ashton Kutcher.

Law & Order: LA was no surprise. How many of these franchise episodes will they make? It’s a great series, but it gets old fast.


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