These great TV shows have been taken from us.

Unfortunately, being great is usually not enough for a show to be renewed for another season.

Even “Breaking Bad” was in danger of being canceled. We look back at TV shows that fans fell in love with and were heartbroken when they were canceled.

Better Off Ted (2009-2010)

The satirical comedy Better Off Ted ran for only two seasons from 2009 to 2010. One of the main reasons for the program’s cancellation was low ratings. Despite being a huge success, Better Off Ted struggled to find a large audience.

The show aired on ABC and faced stiff competition from other shows for its time slot.

The network’s decision to frequently change schedules and air episodes out of order also contributed to viewer confusion and could affect the show’s ratings.

Deadwood (2004–2006)

From 2004 to 2006, HBO aired the western TV show Deadwood. The show was widely praised for its intricate storytelling, gritty realism, and well-crafted characters.

Despite its critical acclaim, Deadwood was abruptly canceled after season three, much to the disappointment of many fans.

The reason for the cancellation was a disagreement between the show’s creator, David Milch, and HBO executives.

Mindhunter (2017–2019)

This show takes us back to the late 1970s and early 1980s, when the FBI was just beginning to tackle criminal profiling. It’s pretty fascinating.

Joe Penhall created this fantastic show, but it’s actually based on the real-life crime book, Mindhunter: Inside the FBI Elite Serial Crime Squad, written by John E. Douglas.

One of the show’s executive producers and directors, David Fincher, has been busy with other projects. Unfortunately for many fans, it coincided with other factors that led to the show being canceled.

Carnival (2003–2005)

“Carnival” combines elements of fantasy, mystery and drama, and depicts the traveling circus known as Carnival and the life of a young man named Ben Hawkins with supernatural powers.

Although the show had a cult following, it struggled to attract a wider audience and had relatively low viewership.

Production costs have outstripped viewership, reportedly making it financially difficult for HBO to continue the series.

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