Posted in:NetworkPolls PI Poll: Which network series cancellation are you most surprise about? 12 Network Series Canceled...So Far by Marc Berman May 14, 2016, 7:52 pm 11 Comments [socialpoll id=”2359446″] Tagged with: Bordertown, Castle, Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life, Galavamt, Grandfathered, Marvel's Agent Carter, Mike & Molly, Nashville, The Grinder, The Muppets, The Mysteries of Laura See more Previous article Freeform Cancels Drama ‘Recovery Road’ Back All Entries Next article CBS and ABC Share Diluted Saturday Leadership 11 Comments Leave a Reply No not Mysteries of Laura.. Mysteries of Laura. Hell, it ended on a cliffhanger. This was my guilty pleasure show . I figured it would at least survive a third season 🙁 Didn’t watch it but Castle was a close second. The rest I could more or less see coming a mile away Castle could have been a 10 year old show with a spin-off. but apparently, the leads couldn’t stand each other and it fell apart. IT’s a shame. Most surprised about Laura. I really thought that they would stick with it for Wednesday. I thought maybe Friday but with Midnight, TX getting a series order, I think that it might go on Fridays. Not sure that they can do better on Wednesdays at 8 than Laura. and especially after Heartbeat did so poorly in its place. Exactly. I bet NBC struggles in that time slot next season and lives to regret cancelling it. None of the rest surprised me, really. Mike & Molly was cancelled because of Melissa McCarthy wanting out, even though she denies that. There is no way CBS would have let it go with the ratings it gets. NBC announced their fall sched. Chicago Med to Thursdays at 9 half these shows should have gotten another season. and no “undateable” on your list? Typical ABC/Disney. The poll clearly says Castle was a surprise. And people will be angry at the cancellation. Oh well. I’m now down to only two shows on ABC’s primetime lineup. And when Grey’s and Scandal are gone, I’ll be down to none. Will not support ABC/Disney…………… I’m glad that CBS decided not to renew “Limitless”. Grimm was not only canceled they cut the last season down to 16 episodes. It has a great fan base that got thousands of signatures hoping to have Netflix or Hulu pick it up.