What’s worse than getting invested in a television series only for it to be canceled after one season? There is nothing worse that is a rhetorical question! That doesn’t mean though you shouldn’t watch these 5 best 1 season TV series! These shows were gone too soon.
Sometimes a TV series gets canceled way to soon. This is our list of the 5 best 1 season TV series. All of these definitely deserved another season! Go watch them now.
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These television shows are in no particular order, but definitely share with us which one is your favorite! I know mine.
5 Best 1 Season TV Series
The Society (2019)
This show is one of those mystery shows that definitely teased the mystery the final episodes. A group of teenagers go on a field trip and when they come back everyone else in their town is gone! It definitely has modern day Lord Of The Flies vibes and Netflix renewed it for season 2 then canceled it during Covid. It’s worth a watch and it definitely deserved a season 2.
This is a space western show by Josh Whedon and while I’m not his biggest fan anymore, this show deserved more than one season. Nathan Fillion starred in this show and he’s absolutely fabulous! The whole concept is great!
My So-Called Life (1994-1995)
This show is such a perfect depiction of being a teenager! It is so good. The moodiness, the characters, everything about this show is so on point. It introduced us all to the fabulous Claire Daines too.
Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000)
This show is so amazing and brought to us by Judd Apatow. The cast is now iconic and so good. It’s so on point and clever. I really wish we got more than one season.
Another fabulous Judd Apatow show and seriously this one is so amazing. This is the first time I saw Charlie Hunnam in anything. He’s so fabulous in this. The cast is so amazing and the guest stars are the best.
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