TV Shows That Found New Homes After Cancellation (Photos)

TV Shows That Found New Homes After Cancellation (Photos)

As the Alvarez family moves to Pop TV, TheWrap rounds up more crews who have been saved

“Designated Survivor” — Ran for two seasons from 2016-2018 on ABC, then picked up for a third by Netflix back in September, after getting the axe in May.Also Read: ‘Designated Survivor’ Revived at Netflix for a Third Season

“Lucifer” — Ran for three seasons on Fox, from 2015-2018, and was picked up by Netflix for a fourth season last June.Also Read: ‘Lucifer’ Picked Up for a Fourth Season at Netflix

“Nashville” —  Ran from 2012-2016 on ABC, then picked up by CMT from 2016-2018, where it wrapped with its sixth and final season last year.Also Read: She’s Baaack?!? Connie Britton Appears to Show Up at the End of ‘Nashville’ Final Trailer (Video)

“Cougar Town” —  Ran on ABC 2009-2012, then on TBS from 2013-2015.Also Read: Limbo Shows: Here’s the Status of Canceled (or Likely to Be Canceled) Series Looking for a New Home

“Arrested Development” —   The comedy ran on Fox from 2003 to 2006 and then moved to Netflix in 2013 for a fourth season, followed by a fifth season that premiered last May.Also Read: ‘Arrested Development’ Star Jason Bateman Apologizes for ‘Insensitive’ Jeffrey Tambor Defense

“The Expanse” —  Ran from 2015-18 on Syfy and was picked up by Amazon for a fourth season last May after cancellation by the NBCUniversal cable network.Also Read: ‘The Expanse’ Finds New Life at Amazon for Season 4

“Futurama” —  Ran on Fox from 1999-2003, then moved to Comedy Central from 2008-2013.Also Read: 12 Lowest-Rated TV Shows of 2017-18 Season (Photos)

“Gilmore Girls” —  Ran from 2000-2007 on The WB, which became The CW in the show’s final season. It was revived by Netflix in 2016 for a special four-episode installment.Also Read: ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life': 15 Things Still Bothering Fans a Year Later (Photos)

“Community” —  Ran on NBC from 2009-2014 and aired its sixth and final season on Yahoo! Screen in 2015. Still no word on a movie.Also Read: Dan Harmon Says Chevy Chase Told Racist Jokes ‘to Disrupt’ Donald Glover on ‘Community’

“Scrubs” — Ran on NBC 2001-2008, then moved to ABC for one more season from 2009-2010.Also Read: From ‘Sense8’ to #BK99, Here’s How Loud and Successful Twitter Is at Saving Canceled Shows (Infographic)

“The Mindy Project” —   Ran on Fox from 2012-2015, then moved to Hulu from 2015-2017.Also Read: ‘The Mindy Project’ Showrunner Says That Ending Wasn’t Planned: ‘We Treated It Like Real Life’

“Diff’rent Strokes” —   Ran on NBC 1978-1985, then moved to ABC from 1985-1986.Also Read: 11 Highest-Rated TV Shows of 2017-18 Season (Photos)

“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” —  Ran from 1997-2001 on The WB, moving to UPN for its final two seasons, which aired from 2001-2003.Also Read: 14 Musical TV Episodes Ranked From Showstopping to Show-Stopped (Photos)

“Roswell” —   Ran on the WB 1999-2001, then moved to UPN from 2001-2002.Also Read: The CW Renews ‘iZombie,’ Orders ‘Charmed’ and ‘Roswell’ Reboots to Series

“Veronica Mars” —   Ran on UPN from 2004-2006, then moved to The CW for a final season from 2006-2007. And now it’s getting a revival on Hulu set to air in 2019.Also Read: ‘Veronica Mars’ Revival: Here’s Everything We Know About Kristen Bell’s Hulu Run – So Far

“Stargate SG-1” —  Ran on Showtime from 1997-2002, then moved to Sci Fi (now Syfy) from 2002-2007.Also Read: The CW Acquires ‘Stargate’ Duo’s Fantasy-Adventure Series ‘The Outpost’ for Summer Lineup

“Project Runway” —   Ran on Bravo 2004-2008, then on Lifetime 2009-2018, and just announced in May to be moving back to Bravo.Also Read: ‘Project Runway’ to Return to Bravo

“JAG” —   Ran for one season from 1995-1996 on NBC, then picked up by CBS from 1997-2005.

“Last Man Standing” —   Ran for six seasons from 2011-2017 on ABC, then picked up by Fox for the 2018-2019 slate.Also Read: ‘Last Man Standing’ Unveils Recast Baxter Kids Ahead of Fox Debut
Source: Read Full Article