[Let me know if this question is inappropriate for this community, as I know it's not specifically listed as being on-topic or off-topic. Likewise, if there is another community I should post this to, let me know.]
With the advent of streaming services popularised by Netflix, Hulu, etc it is now possible to access a whole range of content that we, as consumers, have never heard of before.
Unfortunately, there are many TV shows that never came to a natural conclusion. By this I mean that they were cancelled prior to reaching a conclusion. Some examples of such shows include Caprica, Terra Nova, Jericho, Twin Peaks, Limitless, Firefly (although they sort of fixed that with the movie), and the list goes on.
What I am wondering is if there is a database (or other resource) where people can do a search and check if a particular show was cancelled without some sort of conclusion?
Ideally IMDb would flag this in some way, but it doesn't. I know it's possible to do a Google, Wikipedia, or other search on individual shows and you may find the answer to this question for that particular show, but often one doesn't. And one can come across a number of short lists and/or articles about shows that were cancelled too soon - but these are often subjective and include shows that did come to a natural end (albeit one fans were unhappy with as they didn't want the show to end).
In a nutshell, I don't like investing my time in a show only to find that it never came to a natural end. There's nothing worse than, say, watching two or three seasons of something only to find that it never concluded. And the possibility of this is much greater now with the proliferation of content on streaming services.