During the 2018 to 2019 television season, Netflix has canceled over a dozen shows.
Most of those shows, including "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," "Santa Clarita Diet," and "Orange is the New Black," aired their final episodes in 2019.
Series like "Fuller House" aired their last season this month.
Netflix has canceled over a dozen shows in 2019, from dramas to heartwarming sitcoms.
Here are the Netflix original series that have ended this year or will be airing their final season before 2020.
"A Series of Unfortunate Events" finished off its third season in January.
The show, based on the children's novels, released its last episodes on the first day of 2019.
The final installment of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" was released on January 25.
Netflix ended "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" after four seasons spent telling the story of a woman who moves to New York City after being freed from a cult she was kidnapped into.
Starring Ellie Kemper, the fourth season was split in half, with the first part released in 2018. The second part was released in January of this year.
However, there could be more Kimmy Schmidt in a movie deal, although these potential plans are still being worked out according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"Easy" released its third and final season this year.
"Easy," the Netflix series about friends in Chicago trying to figure out love, sex, technology, and culture, released its third and final season in May 2019.
The seventh and last season of "Orange Is the New Black" was released over the summer.
After seven seasons, the popular Netflix show "Orange Is the New Black" is over.
In just its first season, the show earned 12 Primetime Emmy nominations and won three. It even became one of Netflix's most-watched original series.
The fifth and final season of "Fuller House" recently aired.
Earlier this year, Netflix announced the series' farewell season in a trailer. "We're saving the best for last," cast members said in the trailer.
The fifth and final season of this beloved "Full House" reboot dropped in December.
"The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell" won't be returning.
"The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell" dropped six episodes earlier this year and it followed the adventures of a baker and artist.
In April, McConnell announced on Twitter that there'd be no season two of her spooky show.
"The Punisher" is ending after two seasons.
The Netflix and Marvel series "The Punisher" first aired in 2017. And after two seasons, Netflix confirmed to Deadline that the series will not have a third.
"Jessica Jones" aired its final season this year.
This year, Netflix also announced the cancellation of the Marvel-based Netflix original "Jessica Jones," as per The Verge. The series' third and final season began streaming in June.
"Friends from College" premiered its final season earlier this year.
Debuting in 2017, "Friends from College" follows a group of friends two decades after their graduation from college.
The series' co-creator and director Nicholas Stoller announced the series' cancellation on Twitter. The second and final season of the series aired in January.
Netflix chose not to renew "One Day at a Time."
Netflix's original series about a Cuban-American family first aired in 2017 and, after three seasons, the series has been canceled. The final season aired earlier this year.
"The choice did not come easily — we spent several weeks trying to find a way to make another season work but in the end simply not enough people watched to justify another season," a tweet from the official Netflix account read.
That said, the series has reportedly been revived by Pop TV and its fourth season is set to debut there sometime in 2020.
Netflix canceled "Santa Clarita Diet" after three seasons.
Netflix debuted this zombie-focused comedy about realtors in 2017. Starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, the series ran for three seasons.
The final 10 episodes of the series began streaming on March 29.
The parody series "American Vandal" won't be coming back.
This mockumentary comedy series that's set in a school won't be getting a third season, per Deadline.
"She's Gotta Have It" won't be returning.
The Netflix original ran for two seasons.
The adult comedy series "Tuca & Bertie" is ending after one season.
Netflix's hit animated adult-comedy series will not be getting a second season. It first aired in 2019 and it follows the lives of two 30-year-old bird-women who live in the same building.
Netflix's supernatural series "The OA" was left on a cliffhanger after its recent cancellation.
The fantasy series, which first aired in 2016, had just two seasons and the final one began streaming in March of this year.
Netflix announced the show's cancellation August and many are disappointed that it ended on a cliffhanger.
The critical flop "Chambers" ended after one season.
The high-stakes drama "Chambers" aired just one season earlier this year. In June, Netflix announced that it won't be getting a second.
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