These days, the competition among TV channels is very high. Dozens of shows are aired every season, and the unsuccessful series get canceled. The choice isn’t always simple. The main factors that contribute towards the success of a show include social media audiences, international sales, and awards appeal.

Here is a sneak peak of TV Shows that have been canceled this season.

‘The Odd Couple’

CBS recently confirmed that “The Odd Couple” won’t be aired this summer. It is an American television sitcom that was first premiered on February 19, 2015, on CBS.

Based on its poor ratings, the channel has decided to cancel the project.

The story is inspired by a book of the same name. The cast includes Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon. The show was first announced in 2013 and picked up by CBS as a midseason offering for the 2014–15 season. We are not sure if the channel will revise its decision as a few episodes from the last season are yet to be aired.

"The Blacklist"

NBC claims that it has not ordered new episodes of “The Blacklist.” This American crime thriller series was premiered on September 23, 2013. The story is about a U.S. Navy officer, Raymond Reddington, who is arrested by FBI. He tells the officials that he has a list of the most dangerous criminals, and wants to get them arrested.

The cast includes Megan Boone, Diego Klattenhoff, Ryan Eggold, and Harry Lennix. Jon Bokenkamp wrote the pilot episode, and its director is Joe Carnahan. The first season received poor reviews from television critics, which is why NBC did not show interest in the second season. A mobile game based on the series has been released for Android, iOS, and Windows devices.

"The Blacklist: Redemption"

NBC canceled the new season of “The Blacklist: Redemption” due to its poor ratings. It is a spin-off from the NBC series “The Blacklist.” The cast includes Famke Janssen as Susan Scott, and Ryan Eggold as Tom Keen.

After airing the first few episodes of “The Blacklist,” the channel ordered its new series.

But it refuses to order the third season, claiming that the story is not up to the mark. At the moment, "The Blacklist: Redemption’" is NBC's lowest-rated drama.

"Making History"

Fox says it is not interested to order new episodes of “Making History.” The series premiered on March 5, 2017. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller produced this project, and the story is written by Julius Sharpe.

The cast includes Adam Pally, Leighton Meester, and Yassir Lester. Originally planned for 13 episodes, Fox reduced the show to only nine episodes in 2016. The network wants to make room for new series so "Making History" will probably be gone.

"Sleepy Hollow"

Sleepy Hollow” is an American supernatural sitcom that premiered on Fox, on September 16, 2013.

The story is inspired from a novel of the same name by Washington Irving.

This summer, “Sleepy Hollow” was renewed for a second season with 13 episodes. However, Fox refuses to order the new episodes due to its poor ratings.