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85 TV Shows We Lost In 2014

Don't let the door hit you where the network split you. Presented in alphabetical order.

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3. A.N.T. Farm

Disney Channel

Number of Episodes: 62

Final Episode Aired: March 21

BuzzFeed's Deputy Entertainment Editor, Jaimie Etkin, is the only adult upset that this show was canceled. (Editor's note: Only because little Disney Channel star China Anne McClain has such a good voice!)

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13. The Boondocks

Adult Swim

Number of Episodes: 55

Final Episode Aired: June 23

The fourth season was the first to not have creator Aaron McGruder at the helm, and, subsequently and sadly, it was the last one we got.

16. The Carrie Diaries

Patrick Harbron/ The CW

Number of Episodes: 26

Final Episode Aired: Jan. 31

It took a minute, but this funny, smart, and insightful series evolved into a dynamite teen drama. Sadly, teens didn't seem to have much interest in the evolution of Carrie Bradshaw.

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47. Mind Games

ABC

Number of Episodes: 5 (eight episodes went unaired in America, but were released internationally)

Final Episode Aired: March 25

Kyle Killen (creator of Lone Star, Awake, and Mind Games) can't catch a break.

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49. Mystery Girls

ABC Family

Number of Episodes: 10

Final Episode Aired: Aug. 27

With a poorly timed premiere (the show debuted in the midst of Tori Spelling's insanely dramatic Lifetime reality series) and a hideously stereotypical gay character (Miguel Pinzon's Nick Diaz), it's no mystery what killed this show.

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56. Ravenswood

ABC Family

Number of Episodes: 10

Final Episode Aired: Feb. 4

This supernatural-tinged Pretty Little Liars spin-off proved that the characters are better when they work together. #HalebForever

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68. Star-Crossed

The CW

Number of Episodes: 13

Final Episode Aired: May 12

Based on the online outrage over its cancellation, you'd have thought Star-Crossed had a ton of viewers, but fewer than 1 million people watched the finale.

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