Reports say NBC also canceled the post-apocalyptic drama "Revolution," and newcomers "Believe" and "Crisis."
The network did, however, pick up a second season of the comedy “About a Boy,” and in somewhat of a surprise, a third season of the drama “Hannibal.”
Meanwhile, ABC made major cuts on Friday, canceling the comedies "Suburgatory," "Super Fun Night" and "The Neighbors."
The shows join the network's other axed series, "Trophy Wife" and "Mixology.”
It was a brutal day for TV show cancellations as ABC and NBC both announced which shows they are not renewing.
The biggest surprise was NBC electing not to renew struggling cult favorite “Community.”