From Money Heist to Lucifer and KUWTK; TV shows and web series we said goodbye to this year

Many new TV series premiered in 2021, but the year also saw the end of many famous titles. While some of the starting series are available on major streaming sites, there are also a few long-running cable network titles on the list. Unfortunately for Netflix, the leading platform has bid farewell to a number of popular shows throughout the year. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic kicked off the decade on an unprecedented note. The majority of film and television productions have been delayed for part of 2020 due to COVID. Many new releases were put on hold due to delays, although many shows nonetheless ended in the first year of the new decade.

Due to continued production delays, some shows that were slated to end in 2020 have been forced to extend their airing until 2021. As a result, the list of TV titles expiring in 2021 may appear a bit longer than in previous years. That being said, here is a list of 10 TV shows and web series we said goodbye to this year, whether it was due to a cancellation or a creative choice.


Netflix’s comedy-drama Atypical officially ended in July 2021. Since its premiere in 2017, the series, which follows a young man with autism, has received mostly excellent reviews. The final episode starred Sam Gardner (Keir Gilchrist) as he continues to face college and the choices that will affect his future.


Loyal Lucifer fans were elated when Netflix revived the fantasy drama after Fox put it aside after season three. The Tom Ellis-directed series, which focuses on Lucifer Morningstar’s escape from hell for a lifetime in Los Angeles, has developed a cult following. Season 5 was approved on the basis of increasing ratings when it moved to Netflix. However, the service renewed the show in early 2021 for a sixth and final season. The news of last season’s arrival generated a lot of excitement among fans, and as soon as the new season started airing, netizens wasted no time watching the episodes and gave the series their qualms. of satisfactory ending.

Super girl

While the Arrowverse hosted a new series, Superman & Lois, in February 2021, the studio said goodbye to Supergirl this year. Supergirl began her sixth and final season as part of The CW’s midseason schedule in the months following the spin-off’s premiere. With the end of Melissa Benoist’s tenure as Kara Danvers, the Arrowverse lost a second important character following the end of Arrow.

Money theft

Money Heist, one of Netflix’s most-watched non-English programs, ended in two installments. The Spanish crime thriller, which was originally slated to be a two-part limited series, was extended when Netflix acquired the worldwide distribution rights. Money Heist Season 5 Volume 2, the season finale, took some unexpected twists and turns but thrilled viewers. With the conclusion, the audience was once again glued to their screens as the ultimate flight unfolded.

keeping up with the Kardashians

The Kardashian-Jenner family have decided to end their lengthy E! reality show. The show’s twentieth season, which was the final season, premiered in June. However, there is news that the global ‘guilty pleasure’ show will continue in a new show which will premiere on Hulu and may drop in early 2022. It has also been revealed that the family will retain the rights. edition of the new program, and that the show will intentionally focus on family business ventures rather than just family drama.


Brooklyn Nine Nine

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which aired on Fox for five seasons, was canceled in 2018. It was later picked up by NBC and aired for three more seasons. However, the series ended this year, and fans of the beloved crime sitcom reacted in dismay when the series aired its final episode on September 16. However, the final season has yet to air on Netflix for Indian viewers.

Lost in space

At the end of Lost in Space, Netflix’s original lineup was deleted again. The title, which is a revamp of the 1965 series, premiered in 2018. Due to its success, Netflix relaunched the series about a family of space settlers shortly after its premiere. Lost in Space, which has an ensemble cast and a visually spectacular setting, was renewed for a third season and ended in December 2021.

The daring type

Scarlet’s One True Queen gives us one last life lesson as a farewell gift: she’s daring and imagines a new chapter, a post-Scarlet existence. However, Jacqueline, who has struggled to achieve the desired work-life balance for some time now, and now that her marriage is on track, has retired. The final season, which has been recorded under the weight of a global pandemic, was emotional and surely gave fans a satisfying ending.


Narcos: Mexico

Narcos: Mexico’s third and final season ended in blood. Within minutes Ramón, the editor-in-chief of La Voz Salgado (Alejandro Furth) and Victor were all gunned down. Despite the fact that Netflix announced the third season as the final season of the crime drama, many fans believe that season 3 ended with a few loose threads. Some of the main characters were still alive at the end of the third season, and it’s unclear what happened to them. However, this is precisely how the first Narcos series ended.

Kim’s convenience

Kim’s Convenience, CBC’s hit family comedy, has been renewed for at least two more seasons, the fifth and sixth. However, less than a year later, on March 8, 2021, the Canadian network surprised viewers by announcing that the show’s fifth season would be its last. Meanwhile, fans of Kim’s Convenience said at the time that the show deserves better.

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