On the other hand, shows such as Netflix’s The Crown and AMC’s The Walking Dead have announced their end in advance, allowing both shows to be released as they please and, hopefully, craft a finale of. the series with a satisfactory conclusion. In the case of The Walking Dead, the zombie juggernaut will end with an oversized season 11 consisting of 24 episodes (which will air over two years, ending in 2022), while The Crown will end after its sixth season (likely to air at the end of 2022), with Imelda Staunton succeeds Olivia Colman as the final version of Queen Elizabeth in Seasons 5 and 6.
For an overview of all canceled or ending shows announced in 2020, check out the gallery below:
Every TV show canceled or announced to end in 2020
Need something new to watch? Discover the official trailer for The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Meeting, which will debut on HBO Max on Thursday, November 19, 2020:
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