Prepare your eulogies and cue the Boyz II Men, here are a bunch of shows that will end in 2017.

Here is a gallery of 2017’s doomed shows. AND I’LL TAKE WITH ME THE MEMORIEEEEES, TO BE MY SUNSHINE AFTER THE RAIN….

After months of speculation, Megyn Kelly has announced that she will be moving from Fox News to NBC where she will helm a daily daytime program and a Sunday-evening news magazine. How this will affect Today remains to be seen, but I’d be nervous, Hoda and Kathy Lee.

Meg Ryan is the next movie star who is moving to TV. She’s going to star in Picture Paris on Epix, a comedy from Brad Hall. It’s based on a short film of the same name that starred his wife Julia Louis-Dreyfus, so we have reason to be optimistic about all of this — unless, like me, you don’t subscribe to Epix.

And in other ladies being hired news, reality villainess Omarosa is joining the White House staff to absolutely no one’s surprise.

We did it! Celebrity Apprentice debuted to the lowest ratings ever! Keep not watching, everyone!

Here’s the trailer for the Carrie Fisher/Debbie Reynolds’ documentary, Bright Lights, that is going to give you all the feels.

The Walking Dead will be a lot less mopey when it returns, promises Andrew Lincoln, which, honestly, is a fairly easy thing to promise BECAUSE IT COULDN’T POSSIBLY BE MORE MOPEY.

Kim Burrell, a Houston-area gospel singer, was scheduled to appear on Ellen, but then people became REALLY ANGRY after video of her delivering an anti-LGBT sermon emerged, so she’s been disinvited. BYE GIRL BYE.

Do gay people care about John Oliver?: an investigation.

Comedy Central will be airing a live show from some Houston bar during the Super Bowl. I have some suggestions …

OH, HELLO. Your friends Nick Kroll and John Mulaney are going to host the Spirit Awards on IFC next month.

Will Twin Peaks debut on April 30, OR IS IT ANOTHER RED ROOM MYSTERY?

And uou thought Mariah Carey’s New Year’s Eve was bad:


R.I.P. Jeffrey Hayden, prolific director of The Andy Griffith Show, Leave It to Beaver, Lassie, Dennis the Menace, Please Don’t Eat the Daisies, The Donna Reed Show, 77 Sunset Strip, Name of the Game, Route 66, Mannix, Peyton Place, Quincy, The Bold Ones, Ironside, Alias Smith & Jones, Cagney & Lacey, In the Heat of the Night and Magnum, P.I. and husband of Eva Marie Saint.

R.I.P. Alum Dan Kay, Survivor contestant.


It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The gang becomes black, oh my God, that is not OK. Season premiere. 9 p.m., FXX

Winter premieres:

Blindspot: 7 p.m., NBC
The Goldbergs: 7 p.m., ABC
Lethal Weapon: 7 p.m., Fox
Speechless: 7:30 p.m., ABC
Criminal Minds: 8 p.m., CBS
Law & Order: SVU: 8 p.m., NBC
Modern Family: 8 p.m., ABC
Star: 8 p.m., Fox
Match Game: 9 p.m., ABC

Late Night: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Kate Beckinsale, Chris Messina, Jen Kirkman The Late Late Show with James Corden: Jim Parsons, America Ferrera, Glass Animals Jimmy Kimmel Live: Kevin Costner, Andy Richter, K. Trevor Wilson The Daily Show: Omar Saif Ghobash Watch What Happens Live: Chris Hardwick, Rachel Maddow

WEDS. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Goldbergs
Modern Family
Match Game
CBS Undercover Boss
Criminal Minds
Code Black
CW Arrow
FOX Lethal Weapon
NBC Blindspot
Law & Order: SVU
Chicago P.D.

3 thoughts on “Prepare your eulogies and cue the Boyz II Men, here are a bunch of shows that will end in 2017.

    1. It was good, right? It’s Fox’s second lowest rated show, but it’s on a terrible night and they give it no publicity love. That said, it’s owned by Fox, so they might be willing to give it another half-season. Fingers crossed.

  1. Real teaser on the recs for a Comedy Central bar location…it’s got to be Toby Keith’s ‘restaurant’ in Katy, doesn’t it? Because that’s the real Houston, right?!

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