The world will be a less funny, less stylish place without Mindy Lahiri. The Mindy Project is wrapping up this year after six seasons. The show --which began on Fox, was canceled, then found a home on Hulu--isn't the only popular program to come to a close in 2017. Here are a few other shows we'll say goodbye to this year:
The show was renewed by Fox, but only for a shortened (and final) seventh season, much to fans' disappointment.
22.2k Likes, 100 Comments - New Girl (@newgirlonfox) on Instagram: "There's a party and you're invited. Link in bio. ???? ???? #NewGirl"
The show made you laugh, cry, and sort of want to reach through the screen and smack the characters at times, but you have to admit it was a captivating one. Its final (and meatiest) season yet came to a close in April of this year.
10.9k Likes, 170 Comments - Girls on HBO (@girlshbo) on Instagram: "So nice they had to do it twice #goodbyegirls #tomorrow | #Repost @lenadunham"
Pretty Little Liars
The show ran for seven years and built up a heavily invested fan base in that time. The final episode, which aired in June, revealed the identity of "A" at last.
398.1k Likes, 2,646 Comments - Pretty Little Liars (@prettylittleliars) on Instagram: "Another PLL-less Tuesday. ???? #PrettyLittleLiars"
The Vampire Diaries
We no longer get to gaze into Ian Somerhalder's deep, dreamy blue eyes, as the show ended in March.
262.6k Likes, 3,457 Comments - The Vampire Diaries (@thecwtvd) on Instagram: "Your favorite vampires and Matty Blue Eyes #TVD #TVDForever"
The Comedy Central show wrapped up in March after 7 seasons.
2,953 Likes, 28 Comments - Workaholics Daily (@workaholicsdaily) on Instagram: "Once a braj, always a braj. #Workaholics #LastEpisode #StrikeAPose"
TV will be a less funny, less dramatic, less binge-worthy place without these shows to look forward to next year. But where there is a dusk, there is a dawn and we look forward to the new shows on the horizon!
Lauren Levine is a freelance writer who has contributed to publications and websites including The Charlotte Observer, U.S. News & World Report, American Way magazine, The Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, Bustle, Thrillist, Thought Catalog, and others.