TV stars we'll miss this fall

These actors and actresses all have one thing in common: their shows were canceled or otherwise ended. See who you won't be seeing back on the small screen this fall.

  • Whitney Cummings' show "Whitney" was canceled by NBC. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

  • MTV canceled "Jersey Shore" after six seasons, leaving Pauly-D away from reality TV this fall. Marc Andrew Deley/Getty Images for VEVO

  • Andrew Rannells won't be on NBC's "The New Normal" since the network decided not to renew the show for a second season. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

  • Kiefer Sutherland's "Touch" wasn't signed on for another season at FOX. Mike Coppola/Getty Images

  • Since the original cast of "The Voice" is back, Usher won't be judging the talent this time around. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

  • Dakota Johnson won't be returning to the canceled sitcom "Ben and Kate" but she did sign on to play Ana in the upcoming film "50 Shades of Grey." Kevin Winter/Getty Images

  • Christina Applegate's "Up All Night" with Will Arnette was canceled after two seasons. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

  • "Malibu Country" starring Reba McEntire was canceled before its second season. Michael Buckner/Getty Images

  • Ironically, NBC didn't let a second season of Matthew Perry's sitcom "Go On." Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

  • Sarah Chalke's "How to Live with Your Parents" got the axe by ABC after only one season. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

  • Tina Fey's "30 Rock" ended its seventh and final season in May. Mike Coppola/Getty Images

  • "The Office" (and John Krasinski) said goodbye with the series finale at the end of May. John Shearer/Getty Images

  • No more singing and dancing as NBC failed to renew Debra Messing's "Smash." Jason Merritt/Getty Images