5 Beloved TV Shows That We Said Goodbye to This Summer

Aimee Lou Wood, Asa Butterfield, and Emma Mackey in
Aimee Lou Wood, Asa Butterfield, and Emma Mackey in "S-x Education"

This summer brought many amazing new TV shows our way—while also marking the end of some of our all-time favorites. Join us as we wave goodbye to some of the most beloved TV shows that ended their run this season.

The Other Two

One of the most underrated comedies of the 2020s, The Other Two centered around two misguide siblings trying to forge their path in the entrainment industry after their teenage brother surprisingly became an overnight internet sensation.


Love it or hate it, you must agree that Riverdale was one of the defining pop culture phenomena of the late 2010s, and its run came to an end after seven rollercoaster seasons this August.


Disenchantment hails from The Simpsons creator Matt Groening, and it chronicled the adventures of the young, rebellious, hard-drinking princess Bean over the course of five seasons.

The Blacklist

James Spader spent 13 seasons playing Raymond Reddington, the mysterious criminal turned FBI informant who helps them solve the most challenging crimes, and his journey finally ended this summer.

S-x Education

Just a few days before summer officially wraps up, Netflix will air the final season of one of its most groundbreaking teenage dramas—the hilarious yet touching British series S-x Education.