If you're interested in canceled TV shows, 2010 had quite a few shows meeting their end. It's really a shame how many TV series are going to be no more. Here are a few of the TV shows that met their end in 2010.

  1. "At the Movies" One of the TV shows canceled this year was  "At the Movies," which used to be called "Siskel & Ebert at the Movies." However, Siskel died in 1999 and Ebert's battle with throat cancer in 2006 took him out of commission, so this canceled TV show not only had to have name changes, but couldn't stay afloat.

  2. "As the World Turns" Another canceled TV show was the long-lasting soap opera "As the World Turns." The last episode of "As the World Turns" aired in September 2010. The residents of Oakdale had been on the air for 54 years before the end of the show and that is what makes it one of the more memorable canceled TV shows of 2010.

  3. "Breakthrough with Tony Robbins" The least successful of the canceled shows in 2010 because it was canceled after only two episodes. The last four episodes were released online, so if you want to see the motivational speaker Tony Robbins work with troubled families, search for this show with your preferred search engine. "Breakthrough with Tony Robbins" has a lot of feel-good energy and it's sad that it was one of the canceled TV shows of 2010.