Foreign networks axe over a dozen TV shows

As the major networks prepare for annual upfront presentations in New York next week, the networks have cancelled dozens of TV shows, including series like “Son of Zorn”, “Making History”, “Sleepy Hollow” and “Last Man Standing”.

According to variety.com, Fox networks cancelled “Sleepy Hollow”, starring Tom Mison, after four seasons, police procedural drama “Rosewood” after two seasons, baseball drama “Pitch”, “Son of Zorn”, “Making History” and “APB”.

ABC network axed shows like “Last Man Standing”, “Time After Time”, “Conviction”, “American Crime”, “Secrets and Lies” and “Dr. Ken”.

Shows like “Powerless”, “Emerald City” and “Timeless” were also cancelled by NBC.

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