12 Shows We Know Are Ending in 2024

'S.W.A.T.,' 'Blue Bloods,' and 'Superman & Lois'
CBS (2); The CW

We’re nearing the end of 2023, and with the writers and actors’ strikes over, our favorite shows are gearing up to return in the coming months. However, we also already know several for which these seasons will be the last.

CBS is going to be saying goodbye to a few of its long-running series, including Friday night staple Blue Bloods. CBS-turned-Paramount+ military drama SEAL Team is bowing out with its seventh season. The streaming service is also saying goodbye to its longest-running Star Trek series Discovery.  La Brea is confirmed to be ending with its upcoming third season on NBC. And The CW is officially bidding adieu to superhero shows with the end of Superman & Lois.

Scroll down as we keep track of those and other shows we already know will be ending in 2024.

Tom Selleck — 'Blue Bloods'

Blue Bloods (CBS)

The drama is ending with its 14th season, airing in two parts (winter and fall 2024). “For the past 13 years it has been an honor and a privilege to work on a show that not only celebrates the men and women who protect and serve in New York City, but also displayed the importance of family,” Tom Selleck said in a statement. “Working alongside these incredible actors, writers, producers, directors and crew has been a dream come true and I’m grateful to have been a part of this extraordinary group for over 275 episodes. Thank you to CBS Studios and CBS Network for their steadfast support and we offer heartfelt gratitude to the fans who gathered with us for dinner every Friday night.”

Folake Olowofoyeku and Billy Gardell in 'Bob Hearts Abishola' - 'Uncharted Waters of Mediocrity'
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Bob Hearts Abishola (CBS)

The comedy starring Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku is ending after five seasons, with the finale set for May 13, CBS announced in November. “Bob ♥ Abishola is about an unlikely love story, but also the premise that immigrants make America great,” said executive producers Gina Yashere, Matt Ross and Chuck Lorre in a statement. “We’ve loved bringing these stories to life and are excited for fans to see the final chapter of these two families, and the incredible work of this talented cast and crew.”

Larry David in 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'
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Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO)

There are only 10 more episodes left of this HBO comedy, with Season 12 premiering on February 4 and the series finale set for April 7. “As Curb comes to an end, I will now have the opportunity to finally shed this ‘Larry David’ persona and become the person God intended me to be – the thoughtful, kind, caring, considerate human being I was until I got derailed by portraying this malignant character. And so ‘Larry David,’ I bid you farewell. Your misanthropy will not be missed. And for those of you who would like to get in touch with me, you can reach me at Doctors Without Borders,” creator and star Larry David said when the news broke in December.

Eoin Macken, Natalie Zea, Zyra Gorecki, and Josh Martin in 'La Brea' - Season 2
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La Brea (NBC)

With the release of its winter 2024 schedule on November 20, NBC confirmed this drama is ending with its upcoming third season, which will consist of six episodes, premiering on January 9.

Shemar Moore in 'S.W.A.T.' - 'Legacy'

S.W.A.T. (CBS)

After initially being canceled, the drama was picked up for a seventh and final season in May. “We have listened to our viewers and their outpouring of passion for S.W.A.T. and we have reached an agreement to renew it for a final season of 13 episodes to air during the 2023-2024 broadcast year. S.W.A.T. has aired for six seasons on CBS and garnered a devoted following,” Amy Reisenbach, President, CBS Entertainment, and Katherine Pope, President, Sony Pictures Television Studios said in a joint statement. “We are pleased that we found a way to bring it back and give closure to the show’s storylines and characters, which audiences deserve. Once again, we appreciate the talents and efforts of the cast, writers, producers and crew and everyone who has contributed to the success of S.W.A.T. We look forward to its return next season.”

David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes in 'SEAL Team' - 'Strange Bedfellows'
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SEAL Team (Paramount+)

The military drama will end with its upcoming seventh season, the streaming service announced in November. “For six seasons I have been fortunate and blessed to be a part of an outstanding cast and crew,” star and executive producer David Boreanaz said in a statement. “Every day spent was a note of thanks to our men and women in the military and Special OPS. I thank our fans, and I’m proud we were able to make this show to shine light in the darkness toward so many suffering today. I look forward to season seven and the opportunity to end this series with love and gratitude.”

Jason George, Danielle Savre, Josh Randall, Barrett Doss, Merle Dandridge, Boris Kodjoe, Jaina Lee Ortiz, Carlos Miranda, Stefania Spampinato, Jay Hayden, Grey Damon, and Pat Healy — 'Station 19'
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Station 19 (ABC)

The Grey’s Anatomy spinoff will be signing off after seven seasons, the last of which will include its 100th episode, it was announced in December, ahead of the March 14 premiere. “Grateful for an unforgettable run,” executive producer Shonda Rhimes wrote on Instagram. “A heartfelt salute to the exceptional cast whose brilliance brought the characters to life and to the viewers who continued to make it possible! Thank you for the magic, the moments, and the memories.”

Sonequa Martin-Green as Burnham in 'Star Trek: Discovery'

Star Trek: Discovery (Paramount+)

The longest-running Paramount+ Star Trek series will end with its fifth season, it was announced in March, and now we know that it will premiere in April 2024. “As lifelong fans of Star Trek, it has been an immense honor and privilege to help bring Star Trek: Discovery to the world. The Trek universe means so much to so many – including us – and we couldn’t be prouder of everything Discovery has contributed to its legacy, particularly with representation. If just one person sees themselves, or the possibilities for their future, in a new way because of Discovery, then we think we’d have made Gene Roddenberry very proud,” executive producers and co-showrunners Alex Kurtzman and Michelle Paradise said when news broke about the final season.

Elizabeth Tulloch and Tyler Hoechlin — 'Superman & Lois'
The CW

Superman & Lois (The CW)

The superhero drama will end with its upcoming 10-episode fourth season, it was announced in November. “While we’re sad to say goodbye to Superman & Lois at the end of Season Four, we’re grateful for the time we’ve had with our amazing cast, crew, vfx teams, editors, musical geniuses, and writers. Since the day this show was first discussed, it was about family. And that’s what was created—on and off screen,” executive producers and co-showrunners Todd Helbing and Brent Fletcher said in a statement. “We’d like to thank our partners at Berlanti Productions, DC, WB and The CW for their endless support and enthusiasm during this journey…and give a very special thank you to all the fans for tuning in. We’re thrilled about what we have in store in our final season, and can’t wait for everyone to watch as Superman, Lois and all our heroes face off against the biggest threat in the show’s history—Lex Luthor.”

David Castañeda as Diego Hargreeves, Emmy Raver-Lampman as Allison Hargreeves, Elliot Page as Viktor Hargreeves, Tom Hopper as Luther Hargreeves in 'The Umbrella Academy'
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The Umbrella Academy (Netflix)

The drama was renewed for its fourth and final season in August 2022. “I’m so excited that the incredibly loyal fans of The Umbrella Academy will be able to experience the fitting end to the Hargreeves siblings’ journey we began five years ago,” writer, showrunner, director, and executive producer Steve Blackman said at the time. “But before we get to that conclusion, we’ve got an amazing story ahead for season four, one that will have fans on the edge of their seats until the final minutes.”

Cole Hauser and Kevin Costner — 'Yellowstone'
Paramount Network

Yellowstone (Paramount Network)

The western drama is set to end with the second half of its current fifth season, Paramount Network announced in May. The final episodes will premiere in November 2024.

Iain Armitage — 'Young Sheldon'
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Young Sheldon (CBS)

The comedy, a prequel to The Big Bang Theory, will end with its upcoming seventh season, set to premiere on February 15. The finale will air on May 16. “Being able to tell the origin of Sheldon Cooper, and expanding the story to include the entire Cooper family has been a wonderful experience,” executive producers Steve Holland, Steven Molaro and Chuck Lorre said in a statement when the news was announced in November. “We are grateful to our fans for embracing this chapter of the Coopers these past six seasons, and on behalf of the entire Young Sheldon family, we’re excited to share this final season with you.”