If you are a TV junkie, you may be disappointed to learn that some of your favorite Shows will be canceled for the 2017-2018 season. And while it may be a bummer to find out that shows you enjoy will be cut by ABC, CBS, and NBC. While there are a number of shows that we've never even heard of, so it's understandable why the networks are removing them from the lineup.

The month of May is typically the time when the bigwigs at the major networks start cutting shows from their roster. Most of this has to do with money. After all, advertisers pay big bucks for spots that air during TV shows. If no one's watching then it's a total waste of advertising dollars.

What's leaving and what's making a comeback?

There are a whole bunch of reboots set to air during the 2017-2018 viewing season, including "American Idol" and "Will & Grace." Both shows, if you like them, make up for the shows that are getting the axe.

And then there are some renewals that will make many TV fans happy — "Chicago PD," "Chicago Med," "The Bachelor," "Once Upon A Time," "America's Got Talent," and The Voice" to name a few.

We're excited for the renewals and reboots, but what about the shows that won't be coming back?

Cut from the roster

There are dozens of shows getting cut for the 2017-2018 viewing season. Many of them will disappear with no complaints. But a few cancellation will leave fans disappointed.

The Huffington Post describes the yearly cuts as a time when it "essentially turns into the “Hunger Games” with ABC, CBS, and NBC debuting their fall TV slates to advertisers at the upfronts.

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Enter the cancellation bear quietly claiming its victims to make room for the new kids on the block."

"Last Man Standing [VIDEO]" is one of the shows that won't be coming back. Many fans are upset that ABC won't be renewing the show, but it's not the only one. The network is also giving the axe to "The Catch," "American Crime," "Conviction," "Dr. Ken," "The Real O'Neals," "Imaginary Mary" and several other shows.

CBS plans to cancel "Two Broke Girls," "American Gothic," "Rush Hour," and three other shows that you may or may not miss — "Brain Dead," "The Great Indoors," and "Doubt."

NBC is keeping a slew of shows and canceling six. Say goodbye to "Aquarius," "The Blacklist: Redemption," "Grimm," "Powerless," "Heartbeat," and "Emerald."

The List above is not comprehensive. There are dozens of other shows on the networks above that will be canceled in the weeks to come.

In addition, there are a number of shows and television series on The CW, Fox, Netflix, and Hulu that will also make an exit for the 2017-2018 season.