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TV cancellations: No new seasons for 'Station 19,' 'Lucky Hank'

Bob Odenkirk's "Lucky Hank" has been canceled after one season on AMC. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Bob Odenkirk's "Lucky Hank" has been canceled after one season on AMC. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI

Dec. 9 (UPI) -- Several TV shows were canceled on Friday.

Deadline.com reported that the upcoming seventh season of ABC's Grey's Anatomy spinoff, Station 19, starring Jaina Lee Ortiz and Jason George, will be its last.

"For seven seasons Station 19 has been a highlight of the ABC lineup thanks to Shonda and Betsy's incredible vision, beloved characters and compelling storytelling," Craig Erwich, president of Disney Television Group, said in a statement.

"With Zoanne and Peter at the helm of the upcoming farewell season, we have so much to look forward to, most notably the celebration of the show's milestone 100th episode."

The Hollywood Reporter said Bob Odenkirk's and Mireille Enos' AMC drama, Lucky Hank, won't be back for a second season.

Left to right, James Pickens Jr., Kelly McCreary, Chandra Wilson, Sarah Drew, Jason George, and Camilla Luddington attend the 43rd annual People's Choice Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles in 2017. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Left to right, James Pickens Jr., Kelly McCreary, Chandra Wilson, Sarah Drew, Jason George, and Camilla Luddington attend the 43rd annual People's Choice Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles in 2017. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI

"We're proud of Lucky Hank and thankful for the work of everyone who brought this unique, playful and deeply human show to viewers, from the talented creative team to our partners at Sony and, of course, Bob, Mireille and the entire cast and crew," AMC said in a statement.

"Unfortunately, we are not able to proceed with a second season, but we are glad these eight episodes exist on AMC+ and will continue to find new fans -- or be seen again by viewers who come back to spend more time with Hank, Lily and the entertaining cast of characters at Railton College."

Mireille Enos attends the 28th annual SAG Awards held at The Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif., in 2022. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Mireille Enos attends the 28th annual SAG Awards held at The Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif., in 2022. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI

TVLine said The Fosters spinoff Good Trouble led by Cierra Ramirez will end with its fifth season and Cruel Summer with Sadie Stanley won't get a third season.

Both shows are seen on Freeform right now, but high costs and low ratings are being blamed for their cancellations.

Cierra Ramirez attends the Latina 'Hot List' Party hosted by Latina Media Ventures at the London West Hollywood in West Hollywood in 2015. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Cierra Ramirez attends the Latina 'Hot List' Party hosted by Latina Media Ventures at the London West Hollywood in West Hollywood in 2015. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI