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34 TV Shows Are Ending in 2024 (So Far): 2 From ABC, 9 From Netflix, 3 From HBO & More

Unfortunately, every year, numerous TV shows have to come to an end at various networks and streaming services, and it looks like 2024 will be no exception.

We’ve gathered the list of every TV show that will be ending soon, from networks and streamers like Paramount+, Netflix, HBO, ABC, and more. This list includes shows that are either ending this year, or announced to be ending with release dates to be determined.

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Christy Carlson Romano Says She Turned Down a Documentary Like 'Quiet on Set,' Explains Why She Didn't Participate

Christy Carlson Romano is opening up about her experience as a child star.

The 40-year-old Evan Stevens and Kim Possible alum spoke out on an upcoming episode of Mayim Bialik’s Breakdown podcast, via EW, about the recent Investigation Discovery Quiet on Set documentary about the allegations behind-the-scenes at Nickelodeon in the late ’90s and early ’00s.

“I’ve made a choice for several reasons to opt out of watching that imagery,” she said of the documentary, calling it “extremely triggering.”

She also said that she once turned down the network’s request for her to participate in a similar kind of documentary.

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'Blue's Clues' Star Steve Burns Breaks His Silence on 'Quiet on Set'

Steve Burns is the latest Nickelodeon star to react to the Quiet on Set docu-series.

In a new interview, the 50-year-old beloved host of Blue’s Clues spoke out after learning about the toxic working conditions young actors endured while on set of popular Nickelodeon shows in the 1990s and early 2000s.

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Nickelodeon Host Marc Summers Calls 'Quiet On Set' Producers 'Unethical,' Explains Why He Walked Out of Interview

Marc Summers is opening up about his experience on the set of the docu-series Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV.

The now 72-year-old served as host of the popular game show Double Dare on Nickelodeon from 1986 to 1993, and returned for the show’s reboot in 2018.

Marc has revealed that he was originally a part of the Quiet on Set docu-series, but he actually walked out the interview and refused to continue being a part of it.

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33 TV Shows Are Ending in 2024 (So Far): 4 From CBS, 8 From Netflix, 3 From HBO & More

Sadly, this year there are quite a few TV shows that will be coming to an end.

Many are from fan favorite networks and streamers like CBS, Netflix, HBO, and more.

We’ve gathered up the list of every series ending this year for you to see.

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'Zoey 101' Actor Matthew Underwood Breaks His Silence on 'Quiet On Set' Documentary, Reveals He Was Sexually Assaulted by His Agent

Matthew Underwood is speaking out after the release of the startling Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV docu-series.

The multi-part docuseries was released by Investigation Discovery and featured interviews from former child stars, parents and other Nickelodeon employees. One of the most notable participants was Drake Bell, who revealed that he had been molested by a dialogue coach while working as a teen actor.

Following the release of Quiet On Set, the 33-year-old Zoey 101 actor addressed the docu-series and revealed that he was sexually abused multiple times when he was younger.

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Melissa Joan Hart Responds to 'Quiet on Set' Allegations, Talks Her Experience at Nickelodeon

Former Nickelodeon star Melissa Joan Hart responded to the startling new docuseries Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV.

Released by Investigation Discovery, it featured interviews from former child stars, parents and other Nickelodeon employees. One of the most notable participants was Drake Bell, who revealed that he had been molested by a dialogue coach while working as a teen actor.

Melissa found breakout success starring in Clarissa Explains It All at the network, later landing a starring role in Sabrina the Teenage Witch on ABC.

In a new interview, she opened up about her experience at Nickelodeon and what she thought about the many revelations that had come out of the documentary.

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