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According to recent announcements, there are Netflix series to be canceled. The list was just released and it’s possible that your favorite series could soon be gone.

A few of the upcoming Netflix cancelations — including House of Cards and Bloodline — were given enough warning from executives that they had the chance to say goodbye to their fans. Others, like Girlboss, weren’t so lucky and were canceled after only one season. The series Love, which stars Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust, was the most recent show to be canceled.

Check the following list of Netflix series to be canceled to see if your favorites survived the cut. Included below are the “Tomatometer” scores and average audience score according to Rotten Tomatoes. You can also watch the first available trailer for each show, just for old-times sake and a moment of unbridled Netflix nostalgia.

1. Bloodline

Canceled after three seasons.

Date of cancellation: September 2016, but the final season debuted in 2017.

Netflix description: “The Rayburns seem to have the perfect life in their lovely Florida town. But nobody’s perfect — especially the Rayburns.”

  • The Tomatometer: 53%
  • Audience score: 82% liked it

2. Chelsea

Canceled after two seasons.

Date of cancellation: October 2017

Netflix description: “Comedian Chelsea Handler travels the world, tackles outrageous challenges and chats with A-list guests in this irreverent and wholly original talk show.”

  • The Tomatometer: 33%
  • Audience score: 68% liked it

3. Girlboss

Canceled after only one season.

Date of cancellation: June 2017

Netflix description: “Sophia was a broke anarchist selling vintage clothes online but before she knew it, she became the boss of a fashion empire in this comedy series based on Sophia Amoruso’s memoir.”

  • The Tomatometer: 31%
  • Audience score: 72% liked it

4. Gypsy

Canceled after only one season.

Date of cancellation: August 2017

Netflix description: “A therapist forms troubling relationships with people connected to her patients.”

  • The Tomatometer: 24%
  • Audience score: 85% liked it

5. Haters Back Off

Canceled after two seasons.

Date of cancellation: December 2017

Netflix description: “The oddball family life of Miranda Sings, an incredibly confident, totally untalented star on the rise who continues to fail upward by the power of her belief that she was born famous, it’s just no one knows it yet.”

  • The Tomatometer:47%
  • Audience score: 72% liked it

6. Hemlock Grove

Canceled after three seasons

Date of cancellation: September 2014, but the final season debuted in 2015.

Netflix description: “A quaint town links a mangled corpse to a dark outsider with a carnivorous secret. But monsters come in many forms.”

  • The Tomatometer: 38%
  • Audience score: 69% liked it

7. House of Cards

Canceled after six seasons.

Date of cancellation: October 2017, but the final season is set for release in 2018.

Netflix description: “A Congressman works with his equally conniving wife to exact revenge on the people who betrayed him.”

  • The Tomatometer: 81%
  • Audience score:89% liked it

8. Lilyhammer

Canceled after three seasons.

Date of cancellation: July 2015

Netflix description: “They killed his dog. They made him run. Now he’s living a new life in a strange land … like a boss.”

  • The Tomatometer: 83%
  • Audience score: 90% liked it

9. Longmire

Canceled after six seasons, three of which were on Netflix.

Date of cancellation: November 2016, but the final season debuted in 2017.

Netflix description: “This contemporary crime thriller focuses on a Wyoming sheriff who’s rebuilding his life and career following the death of his wife.”

  • The Tomatometer: Not available
  • Audience score: 95% liked it

10. Love

Canceled after three seasons.

Date of cancellation: December 2017, but the final season is set for release in 2018.

Netflix description:A couple must navigate the exhilarations and humiliations of intimacy, commitment and other things they were hoping to avoid.”

  • The Tomatometer: 91%
  • Audience score: 86% liked it

11. Marco Polo

Canceled after two seasons.

Date of cancellation: December 2016

Netflix description: “An empire divided. A family torn apart by civil war. A legend who disrupts the balance of power.”

  • The Tomatometer: 62%
  • Audience score:93% liked it

12. Sense8

Canceled after two seasons.

Date of cancellation: June 2017, but a two-hour series finale is set to air in 2018.

Netflix description: “From the creators of ‘The Matrix’ and ‘Babylon 5’ comes this tense series in which eight people can telepathically experience each other’s lives.”

  • The Tomatometer: 80%
  • Audience score: 92% liked it

13. The Get Down

Canceled after one season that was aired in two parts.

Date of cancellation: May 2017

Netflix description: “In 1977 New York City, the talented and soulful youth of the South Bronx chase dreams and breakneck beats to transform music history.”

  • The Tomatometer: 78%
  • Audience score: 90% liked it

14. The Killing

Canceled after four seasons, one of which was on Netflix.

Date of cancellation: November 2013 (This show originally aired on AMC. However, Netflix picked up the show for it’s fourth and final season. Season four debuted in 2014.)

Netflix description: “Seattle homicide detectives Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder are deeply affected by the murders they investigate in this dark acclaimed crime series.”

  • The Tomatometer: 70%
  • Audience score: 87% liked it

Canceling only a mere 14 shows may be historic low when it comes to normal numbers of canceled series. And, of those 14 Netflix series that will no longer be part of Netflix’ lineup, eight of them ended in 2017. However, according to comments made by Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, we can expect news of even more cancellations in the near future. So, don’t get too comfortable having your favorites around, even if they’ve avoided the cut so far.

“We’ve canceled very few shows,” Hastings said several months ago. “I’m always pushing the content team. We have to take more risk. You have to try more crazy things. Because we should have a higher cancel rate overall.”

While we are always sad to discover any Netflix series canceled, Hastings’ remarks signal that we could see the rise of fresh new content in the near future as well. The other silver lining is, we will still have all the old episodes to enjoy again. Until Netflix gives us something new, anyway. Thank you, modern technology, for endless reruns!

Hopefully, Netflix will replace these canceled series with shows we love just as much. Or maybe even more so. So, seems like we should cross your fingers and keep watching your favorite reruns until then.