The 2016 TV season had a lot of big names coming out, but for some, it also brought with it some major disappointments.
The first show that really stuck out was ABC’s The Goldbergs, which aired for the final time in 2018.
While the show’s final season is a huge hit in its own right, it was never really able to match the level of popularity that the series has had over the past few years.
The second show that had its biggest breakout was ABC Family’s The Bachelorette, which was renewed for a fourth season in March.
That’s not a bad way to go out, and it didn’t disappoint in terms of ratings.
But, for the first time in its history, The Bitch Planet, a family sitcom from The Bachelor’s Anna Kournikova, didn’t get renewed.
It had a bit of a rough season, as it struggled to get a foothold on cable, but ABC Family had the right audience, and the show was a hit, so it’s not like the network went out of its way to cancel it.
And finally, the third show that saw a breakout season was the CW’s Supernatural.
While it had a great season, the CW decided to let Supernatural go after the sixth season, which wasn’t good for them.
They also didn’t do well with its ratings, which didn’t help its ratings.
The ratings are down for Supernatural, but the show is still a huge deal for a network that’s trying to expand its horizons in the streaming arena.
The biggest disappointment for the year was the third new show that was renewed this year: CBS’ The Mindy Project, which ended its run with a fourth and final season in 2019.
It was a good show, but it didn