Saying goodbye to these 15 canceled tv shows almost destroyed us

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Led by Abigail Spencer, Matt Lanter, Malcolm Barrett, and Goran Višnjić, Timeless featured a diverse, dynamic cast and phenomenal writing which brought with it a level of historical accuracy many genre programs fail to achieve. Not only was each episode action-packed and had a movie-like quality, but it also managed to teach viewers a bit about history along the way in a fun, entertaining way.

While the passion and vocalness of Clockbusters helped Timeless to secure its second season and a two-hour series finale movie event (giving fans a rare sense of closure), the series and its fans deserved so much more and it’s a true shame the series time was cut short not once, but twice and we’re still not over its cancellation.

Witches of East End

In looking back at Witches of East End‘s shortened run, what makes us so salty about its cancellation all these years later is a combination of the incredible cliffhangers left unresolved and the potential the show had.

Who was the father of Ingrid’s baby? What happened after that Dash and Killian body swap? Who is this mysterious sister Wendy greats upon arriving in the underworld?! There were so many wonderful storylines set up in the closing moments of the series finale and, given the chance, Witches of East End could have gone on to tell many more amazing stories. It’s a shame Lifetime threw the towel prematurely and robbed fans of the chance to see what the future held for its incredible ensemble.