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What were some TV programs canceled in 2015?

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TV programs canceled in 2015 include "Cristela," "Revenge" and "Resurrection." Other TV programs canceled in 2015 include "Battle Creek," "The McCarthys" and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation."

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What were some TV programs canceled in 2015?
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Some TV programs canceled in 2015 were taken off the air due to poor ratings. Some of these shows were sitcoms, such as "Cristela," "The McCarthys" and "Mulaney." Other shows canceled in 2015 are crime shows, such as "Backstrom," "Stalker" and "The Following." Many other shows were canceled in 2015 due to low ratings, such as "Constantine," "Hannibal" and "Marry Me." Other shows canceled due to poor ratings include "One Big Happy," "The Birthday Boys" and "Weird Loners."

Some TV programs were canceled after many seasons on the air. "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," which aired 15 seasons on CBS, was canceled on May 13, 2015. However, as of July 2015, a TV movie of the series is set to air in September. Other TV programs canceled in 2015 were eventually picked up by other networks. FOX canceled "The Mindy Project" after three seasons on the air, but a fourth season of the show was bought by Hulu. The first season of "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" was canceled by NBC, but it was purchased by Netflix, along with a second season.

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