As of 2015, some popular NBC shows that have been cancelled include Community, Revolution and State of Affairs. Other shows cancelled by NBC include Constantine, One Big Happy, Marry Me, Bad Judge and A to Z. Community was the longest-running show to be cancelled in the 2015 season.
Community aired on NBC for five seasons and was cancelled before the cast's options expired. The show was picked up by Yahoo after negotiations between Sony and Yahoo. The deal attempted to market the show to a wider online audience for the sixth season.
Revolution aired on NBC for two seasons before the show was canceled. During the 2012-2013 season, the show appeared to be a big hit, but the ratings gradually dropped. After the show was renewed for a second season and it moved to a new time slot, the ratings began to struggle considerably.
About a Boy debuted in February of 2014 with impressive ratings among the 18-49 demographic. There was an increase in ratings the following week, but the ratings began to struggle after week two. NBC decided to renew the show, even after noticing a ratings slip in season. However, after a series-low rating of 0.69, the show was cancelled.