With the calendar turning to another year, a lot of major and beloved shows are coming to an end. 2020 will mark the end of the road for some of the most popular and influential shows of the last decade.
13 Reasons Why will be limping to the finish line with its fourth season when it comes back later this year. After an impressive seven-season run The 100 will also be coming to an end this summer.
Arrow not only made the superhero genre what it is today but it also reinvented The CW, and after a stellar run the show is coming to a conclusion this January 28. Blindspot is also bidding goodbye after a good five seasons this year. And TV’s hilariously depressing show BoJack Horseman is ending with its Part 2 of Season 6 this January 31.
Even though Criminal Minds is ending with its fifteenth season this year, it will always live on in syndication. Empire has been a massive hit ever since the show started back in 2015, the show starring Taraji P. Henson will also bid farewell this year.
The kids are all grown up now in both Fuller House and Fresh Off The Boat, and after enjoying a tremendous run, both of these shows are coming to an end this year. Critically acclaimed hits like GLOW and Goliath are also coming to an end this year.
We are officially moving into The Bad Place soon as The Good Place is leaving us this month. Lucifer was brought out of cancellation because of the immense love by fans and lucky for us, they are splitting the final season into two parts.
How To Get Away with Murder and Homeland both have been one of the most beloved and remarkable shows of the 2010s, and they are both coming to an end this year.
Schitt’s Creek has been an absolute joy to watch over the course of its run, and we are stoked to see how it ends when it hits Netflix this month. The wildly popular Netflix series The Ranch starring Ashton Kutcher is also coming to a close this month with its final ten episodes.
Agents of Shield was not particularly a great show back when it started in 2014 but it has actually become a fun superhero show and has kept a constant if not large fandom, the show will be ending with its seventh season later this year.
Modern Family is the most-awarded and one of the most beloved and acclaimed sitcoms ever and we are just not ready to say goodbye to them when the show ends in May and neither are we ready to say goodbye to our favorite TV brothers of all time, Sam and Dean are also leaving us this May. Also, The Clone Wars is finally getting the ending it deserves this year.
Will and Grace has had a satisfying three-season revival run, and we are sure that the final season will satisfy the fans and reward them with a beautiful ending. Netflix’s Dear White People, IFC’s Brockmire, TNT’s Claws, Power, and Cinemax’s Strike Back are also coming to an end this year.
2020 sure is set to break us into pieces. With so many TV Shows ending this year, which TV goodbye is gonna hurt you the most?