Based on the DC comics character, Green Arrow, this superhero TV series was an instant hit after premiering on October 2012. After eight very successful seasons, the show’s star Stephen Amell made one final, epic appearance on our screens in January 28th, 2020.
The CW network agreed that it was best to end things in style, and guarantee a proper finale to their loyal fanbase. If you haven’t seen it yet, we suggest you grab the nearest laptop and start streaming.
13 Reasons Why
By this point in TV history, everybody knows that stretching a high school drama beyond high school simply does not work. So, Netflix decided to be smart and end the popular series 13 Reasons Why on a high note. Especially since the praise for the once highly-liked show has gone down significantly as seasons go by.
Brian Yorkey's teen drama is coming to an end after four seasons, with its series finale airing in 2020. If you're in the mood for some teenage mystery, 13 Reasons Why should definitely be on your list.
Jason Rothenberg knew how we wanted his acclaimed, post-apocalyptic science fiction drama, The 100 , to end even before it began. Premiered on the CW network in March 2014, The 100 follows a group of 12 people that are the sole survivors of a nuclear Armageddon on Earth.
The network announced the series's seventh season would be its last, and the final episode would air in summer of 2020. Staying true to the series, Rothenberg made sure the show's final episode is its hundredth, and he said it would leave audiences with "the true moral of the story". You've got to love the commitment.
American TV writer, Joshua Safran, became known in the industry after writing for the hit series Gossip Girl and Quantico . And the Netflix musical drama Soundtrack was his brainchild. The story follows a group of eclectic young people in Los Angeles whose lives are somehow interconnected, and it features a great cast of actors, including Callie Hernandez, Madeleine Stowe, Paul James and Jenna Dewan.
Unfortunately, mixed reviews, and other reasons that are not completely clear, Netflix announced that it was cancelling the show after just one season. After premiering on December 18th, 2019, the streaming giant had confirmed the cancellation by the end of January 2020. Safran had been working on a second season, but something tells us he'll have a hard time finding another network. It's definitely worth checking out, though.
After six seasons of fast-paced humor and unexpected emotional depth, Netflix's Bojack Horseman came to an end in early 2020, when the second half of the final season dropped on January 31st. With its merciless takes on celebrity culture and tragicomic commentary on modern life, this animated comedy proved to be a surprise critical and audience hit for Netflix.
Hailed as one of the best TV shows of the past decade, its no surprise that Bojack ends by taking the same risks that made it memorable.