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All of the Netflix original series that are ending this year, so far


Shows like "Dead to Me" and "First Kill" will not have future seasons.

  • Several Netflix original television shows are ending or have aired their final seasons in 2022. 
  • Shows like "The Last Kingdom," "Grace and Frankie," and "Ozark" ended earlier this year. 
  • "Family Reunion" and "Dead to Me" are scheduled to wrap up their final seasons this fall.
"After Life" ended in January with its third season.

Ricky Gervais in a scene in an office in "After Life"
Ricky Gervais as Tony Johnson on "After Life."

In the darkly comedic drama "After Life," Tony (Ricky Gervais) tries to find new meaning after his wife passes.

In January, the show aired its third and final season. The dramedy earned mostly positive reception from audiences, but some critics were left disappointed by Gervais' performance.

"Archive 81" wasn't picked up for a second season despite its success.

Mamoudou Athie standing in front of screen with woman's face on it in "Archive 81"
Mamoudou Athie as Dan Turner on "Archive 81."

In the horror drama "Archive 81," an archivist (Mamoudou Athie) stumbles upon a terrifying mystery and tries to piece together an old documentary while restoring old videotapes.

Despite its popularity on the streaming platform and favorable reviews from critics, Netflix didn't renew the series for a second season after it aired in January.

"Raising Dion" was canceled after only two seasons.

Ja'Siah Young in scene with orange light shooting from his hands toward woman in bed in "Raising Dion"
Ja'Siah Young as Dion on "Raising Dion."

Based on a comic by Dennis Liu, "Raising Dion" follows a single mother (Alisha Wainwright) raising her super-powered son Dion (Ja'Siah Young) in the wake of his father's death.

The show, which initially aired in 2019, took a long pause in production during the pandemic. The show returned in February 2022 for its second and last season.

In February, "Space Force" concluded with its second season.

Steve Carell at a general's desk in "Space Force"
Steve Carell as General Mark Naird on "Space Force."

The workplace satire "Space Force" follows General Mark Naird (Steve Carell) and his misguided management of this sixth US service branch.

Despite the star-studded cast and a well-received second season, "Space Force" was not picked up by the network again.

"The Last Kingdom" wrapped up its fifth and final season in March.

Alexander Dreymon in a Viking outfit with blood on face in "The Last Kingdom"
Alexander Dreymon as Uhtred on "The Last Kingdom."

Adapted from "The Saxon Stories" book series by Bernard Cornwell, this historical drama traces the journey of Viking-raised Uhtred (Alexander Dreymon) as he seeks to claim his birthright in the midst of war.

"The Last Kingdom" premiered on BBC in 2015 but was acquired by Netflix in 2018. Though the show ended after five seasons in March, a feature-length film sequel is slated for future release.

The long-running "Grace and Frankie" ended in April.

Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda sitting at table with crystal ball in "Grace and Frankie"
Lily Tomlin as Frankie and Jane Fonda as Grace on "Grace and Frankie."

In this comedy, Grace (Jane Fonda) and Frankie (Lily Tomlin) form an unlikely friendship deeper than romantic love after their husbands leave them for each other. 

After years of TV-award nominations and positive reception from audiences and critics, "Grace and Frankie" came to an end in April 2022 after a seven-season run.

"Ozark" ended in April after airing its final season in two parts.

Julia Garner sitting at desk in "Ozark"
Julia Garner as Ruth on "Ozark."

In this drama, suburban parents Martin (Jason Bateman) and Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) move their teens to the Ozarks after a drug cartel scheme goes awry only to become submerged in a life of crime.

The critical hit wrapped up in 2022 with its fourth and final season, which premiered in two parts across January and April.

"Peaky Blinders" ended in June with its sixth season.

Man holding a gun in a bar in "Peaky Blinders"
Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby on "Peaky Blinders."

The British crime drama "Peaky Blinders" follows a street gang working under the watchful eye of their boss, Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy), in the wake of World War I.

Although it originally was a BBC program, Netflix bought the rights to the show in 2014 and aired it in the US. After its sixth season aired in June, screenwriter Steven Knight announced a film spin-off will be released in place of a seventh season.

"First Kill" was canceled in June after only one season.

Sarah Catherine Hook and Imani Lewis in a classroom scene in "First Kill"
Sarah Catherine Hook as Juliette Fairmont and Imani Lewis as Calliope Burns on "First Kill."

In this supernatural teen drama, vampire Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook) chooses Calliope (Imani Lewis) as her first victim without realizing her target comes from a long line of monster hunters. 

Despite stellar audience ratings and high viewership, the romantically-charged drama received mixed reviews from critics and wasn't renewed for a second season.

"Locke & Key" concluded in August with its third season.

A woman holds a key in "Locke & Key"
Darby Stanchfield as Nina Locke on "Locke & Key."

Based on the eponymous comic book series by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez, "Locke & Key" follows siblings who relocate to their father's hometown after his untimely murder and find a collection of mysterious, magical keys. 

The fantasy drama recently dropped its third and final season. According to a 2022 report from Deadline, co-showrunners Carlton Cuse and Meredith Averill always planned to wrap up the show after a three-season arc.

"Dead to Me" is set to air its third and final season this fall.

Linda Cardellini and Natalie Morales in aprons in cooking scene in "Dead to Me"
Linda Cardellini as Judy Hale and Natalie Morales as Michelle Gutierrez on "Dead to Me."

In "Dead to Me" Jen (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini) bond in a grief counseling class but soon realize their lives are more intertwined than they originally thought. 

After a hiatus from filming, "Dead to Me" is expected to wrap with its third season in Netflix's fall line-up.

"Family Reunion" is expected to air its final season before 2022 ends.

Tia Mowry and Anthony Alabi at an outdoor party sitting in chairs in "Family Reunion"
Tia Mowry as Cocoa McKellan and Anthony Alabi as Moz McKellan on "Family Reunion."

In this situational comedy, Cocoa (Tia Mowry) and Moz McKellan (Anthony Alabi) move from Seattle to Georgia to be closer to their extended family. 

Per Deadline, Netflix renewed the series for a third and final season in October 2021. A release date has yet to be announced, 

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