2018 Year In Review: TV Shows We Said Goodbye To…

Published: Sunday 30th Dec 2018 by Rashad

Whether scribbled in history books for some good, great, or awesomely bad reasons, 2018 brought with it some of modern Pop culture’s most memorable moments.

Now, as the year draws to a close, TGJ is reflecting on 31 moments that rocked – and to some degree shaped – the Urban and Pop musical landscape as we know it.

Next, we’ll look back on the TV shows we unfortunately had to bid adieu…

While 2018 saw a number of our favorite shows axed from their respective network rosters (see:  Netflix’s ‘Iron Fist’ & ‘Daredevil,’ HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ (final season forthcoming), and many more, we had a particularly hard time saying goodbye to a few.

Rev. Run’s ‘All About the Washingtons’ Canceled After 1 Season on Netflix

 

‘Luke Cage’ Canceled By Netflix After 2 Seasons

 

‘Hit The Floor’ Cancelled After Four Seasons

‘Underground’ Creator Confirms Show Has Been Cancelled…Forever

Report: BET Cancels ‘The Quad’ After 2 Seasons

Confirmed: ’Scandal’ To End After 7 Seasons

 

Jennifer Lopez’s NBC Show ‘Shades Of Blue’ To End After Season 3

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  1. CHINA December 31, 2018

    Kerry will always be Olivia Pope.

  2. Cinnabun December 31, 2018

    I wanted to see the Quad the girl getting pregnant & the other girl finding out in the booth threw me tf off

  3. Kara December 31, 2018

    Anything that goes on BET always winding up getting cancelled.

  4. ERIC December 31, 2018

    Shades of Blue was Jennifer at her best. Plot got too hard to follow in the last season though. The Quad is another good one that messed things up in the last season. It was like the writers stopped caring about the story and characters. It was nothing like the first season.

  5. Casual December 31, 2018

    The Quad and Underground were both exceptional shows. I am an HBCU grad, so I somewhat lived The Quad. Underground was just plain riveting and full of historical significance but with drama and pacing of Empire. I hated seeing both shows go.

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