Renewed: 'Arrow' And 13 Other CW Series
The CW is moving episode orders in bulk. The network has renewed a record 14 shows, including a second season for every freshman show on their schedule. Beloved series like "Arrow" and "Riverdale" will also make a return, as well the final outing of "Supernatural". Take a look below at all 14 renewed shows and what seasons will air:
"All American" (season two)
"Charmed" (season two)
"In The Dark" (season two)
"Legacies" (season two)
"Roswell, New Mexico" (season two)
"Arrow" (season eight)
"Black Lightning" (season three)
"DC’S Legends Of Tomorrow" (season five)
"Dynasty" (season three)
"The Flash" (season six)
"Riverdale" (season four)
"Supergirl" (season five)
"Supernatural" (season 15)
"The 100" (season seven)
Cancelled: 'Andi Mack'
"Andi Mack" will be no more. The hit tween sitcom will end its run on Disney Channel with the conclusion of season three. The final season of "Andi Mack" premieres June 21 and wraps up on July 26.
Renewed: 'The Good Fight'
W Network's "The Good Fight" is living to fight another day.
The critically acclaimed spin-off of "The Good Wife" starring Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart has been renewed for a fourth season to premiere in 2020.
"The Good Fight" also stars Delroy Lindo, Audra McDonald, Cush Jumbo and more.
Cancelled: 'Better Call Saul'
"Better Call Saul" is getting unplugged. Lead actor Giancarlo Esposito confirmed the show's cancellation in an interview with Collider. "There will be six seasons," Esposito said. "It seems like that's the way, the comfortable way, to end this show." However, sources told The Hollywood Reporter there were no plans set-in-stone for the series to end with season six.
Renewed: NCIS Spin-Offs
The two "NCIS" spin-offs are coming back for more this fall.
Global's "NCIS: Los Angeles" will return for Season 11, while "NCIS: New Orleans" will be back for Season 6.
The news comes after the original "NCIS" series was renewed for a seventeenth season.
Renewed: 'Last Man Standing'
With consistently strong ratings since being revived at Fox in 2018, "Last Man Standing" has been given the green light for a new season this fall.
The Tim Allen-starring sitcom originally started at ABC, where it aired for six seasons before being cancelled. The upcoming season will be its second at Fox and eighth overall.
Cancelled: ‘The Gifted’ & ‘Rel’
Fox has officially announced its first cancellations of the season.
Marvel sci-fi series “The Gifted”, starring “True Blood” alum Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker, will not be returning for a second season. As well, the sitcom “Rel”, created by “Get Out” star Lil Rel Howery, has been cancelled after one season.
Renewed: ‘Battle Of The Blades’
It’s official! CBC has announced that it will be bringing back the popular skating competition show “Battle of the Blades” for a fifth season this fall.
The identities of the new judges, competitors, and host have yet to be announced.
The mystery drama "Manifest" has been picked up by NBC for a second season to air this fall.
The series follows a passenger jet that goes missing for five years and then reappears with no time having passed for the passengers.
Renewed: 'When Calls The Heart'
"When Calls the Heart" is going nowhere. Hallmark has officially ordered a seventh season of the series. The news comes after "When Calls the Heart" recently resumed season six following a brief hiatus.
Renewed: 'Good Girls'
The "Good Girls" received some good news when NBC announced plans to renew the show for a third season. In the dark comedy, a trio of cash-strapped suburban women (Christina Hendricks, Retta and Mae Whitman) turn to crime in order make ends meet.
Renewed: 'Blue Bloods'
CBS is renewing its Friday-night cop drama "Blue Bloods", with star Tom Selleck starring as the NYPD commissioner who is also the patriarch of a multi-generational family of cops. The show will return with its 10th season in the fall.
Amazon has renewed the action thriller "Hanna" for a second season.
Based on the film of the same name, "Hanna" stars Esme-Creed Miles as a young teen raised by her father in the woods to escape from a secret CIA program and hide from an agent determined to hunt them down.
Global's "NCIS" is returning for another season.
CBS renewed the long-running series for a 17th season to premiere this fall after signing a new deal with star Mark Harmon.
Although the second season just began, HBO has already renewed "Barry" for a third season. In the quirky, Emmy-winning comedy, "SNL" vet Bill Hader stars as the title character, a professional hit man who stumbles into Gene Cousineau's (Henry Winkler) acting class and discovers a passion for acting he didn't realize existed.
"Preacher" is coming to an end. AMC's supernatural action-adventure will conclude with the upcoming fourth season. "The fourth and final season of Preacher is coming," said executive producer Seth Rogen. "It’s been a wild ride. Thank you all." The final season of "Preacher" premieres on Aug. 8.
Renewed: 'Killing Eve'
The morning after its second season premiere, BBC America announced that "Killing Eve" has been renewed for a new season, with new showrunner, Suzanne Heathcote, taking over.
"I’m very excited that the 'Killing Eve' baton is being passed onto another incredible writer for season three. We can sleep soundly knowing these characters are safe in Suzanne Heathcote’s hilariously murderous hands,” said creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Renewed: ‘After Life’
Netflix has renewed Ricky Gervais’ “After Life” for a six-episode second season.
“I have never had a reaction like this before. It’s been insane. And heartwarming. But now I have to make sure the second season is even better so I’ll probably have to work much harder than usual, “ said Gervais.
The dark comedy, written and directed by Gervais, will return to Netflix in 2020.
Renewed: 'The Umbrella Academy'
After a cliffhanger end to season 1, fans are relieved to hear that "The Umbrella Academy" will be back for a second season.
Production is expected to run from May until September with an early 2020 premiere date.
Renewed: 'The Order'
Netflix has ordered a second 10-episode second season of horror-drama "The Order", produced by Canada's Nomadic Pictures. Stars Jake Manley ("Heroes: Reborn") and Sarah Grey ("DC's Legends of Tomorrow") will return to reprise their roles. The new season is expected to premiere sometime in 2020.
Cancelled: 'Berlin Station'
Just after season three of "Berlin Station" wrapped, Epix has cancelled the spy drama.
Increasing costs to film in European locations and a talented cast reportedly led to the money issues.
Renewed: 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit'
NBC has renewed "Law & Order: SVU" for a 21st season, finally hitting series creator Dick Wolf's long-held goal for the original "L&O" (which was never reached) of beating the record held by "Gunsmoke" as the longest-running primetime live-action TV series in history. “I’m deeply proud to be a part of this groundbreaking show, and humbled to make television history today,” star Mariska Hargitay said in a statement. “The longevity and continued success of 'SVU' is a testament not only to the show’s powerful storytelling and ability to connect with viewers, but to its necessity. We have told important stories for 20 years, and we will continue to tell them.”
Renewed: 'Better Things'
Pamela Adlon's comedy series "Better Things" has been renewed at FX for a fourth season to premiere in 2020.
“I am humbled, grateful and excited to tackle another season of stories and continue my creative partnership with my fearless FX team,” Adlon said.
Fox announced Monday that they are renewing "The Resident" and "9-1-1" each for a third season this fall.
"'9-1-1' redefined what a procedural series can be, consistently delivering edge-of-your-seat emergencies, mixed with emotional story arcs and incredible performances from one of the most powerful teams of actors on television," said Fox Entertainment president Michael Thorn.
"Amy Holden Jones, Todd Harthan and the team behind 'The Resident' continue to showcase their brilliant storytelling, revealing both the triumphs and tragedy within the medical world," he added.
Renewed: 'Murdoch Mysteries', 'Heartland' And More
The CBC has announced its slate of returning series for 2019 and 2020, including Season 13 of "Murdoch Mysteries", Season 13 of "Heartland, "Season 3 of "The Detectives", Season 2 of "Coroner".
Other returning shows include "Dragon's Den", "Schitt's Creek", "Anne with an E", "Burden of Truth", "Kim's Convenience", "The Nature of Things" and more.
Renewed: 'Marvel's Runaways'
“The showrunner just told the cast that we’re in for a third season" James Marsters revealed about Hulu's "Marvel's Runaways" at the Lexington Comic & Toy Con.
He later added, “I probably just broke all kinds of Marvel rules.”
Renewed: 'Now Apocalypse'
Starz announced that not only is the full first season of "Now Apocalypse" available on the Starz app, the show is also being renewed for season 2.
Production of the second season will start in June.
The supernatural run of "Supernatural" is coming to an end. The beloved television series will officially conclude with season 15 on The CW. Stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins made the announcement Friday, March 22 on social media.
Renewed: 'The Conners'
In perhaps the least-surprising pickup announcement of the year, ABC has ordered a second season of "The Conners", its hit Roseanne Barr-free spinoff of "Roseanne". "We are proud to be continuing the story of the iconic Conner family," said ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke in a statement. "This team is fearless in their willingness to tackle contemporary issues with humour and heart, and I have no doubt they will continue to outdo themselves."
Renewed: 'Schitt's Creek'
"Schitt's Creek" is swimming in one last season order. CBC has renewed the popular Canadian sitcom for a sixth and final season. "We are so grateful to have been given the time and creative freedom to tell this story in its totality," said show creator's Dan and Eugene Levy in a statement on Twitter. "It's not lost on us what a rare privilege it is in this industry to get to decide when your show should take its final bow."
After 15 seasons, Animal Planet is pulling the plug on "Tanked", its long-running reality show featuring the most elaborate home aquarium displays. According to TMZ, the decision to end the show preceded the recent domestic violence case involving husband-and-wife stars Wayde and Heather King.
Renewed: 'American Gods'
The "American Gods" live on. Starz has renewed the fantasy drama for a third season. "Walking Dead" alum Charles “Chic” Eglee has joined the "American Gods" team as its season three showrunner.
Cancelled: 'One Day At A Time'
Netflix has canceled the beloved family sitcom "One Day at a Time" after three seasons, citing low viewership numbers.
"I believe the series will stand the test of time," said Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos.
Executive producer Mike Royce has said Sony will be "exploring other places" that might give "One Day at a Time" a second life.
Renewed: 'Red Table Talk'
Expect plenty more conversations around that red table as Facebook renews Jada Pinkett Smith's "Red Table Talk". Officially the most-watched show on the social media platform's fledgling Facebook Watch streaming service, 20 more episodes of "Red Table Talk" have been ordered. “Original shows on Watch should strike a chord in the broader cultural zeitgeist or serve a group of people with something they can’t get elsewhere,” Facebook head of video products Paresh Rajwat and Tamara Hrivnak, head of music business development and partnerships, said in a statement. “The women of ‘Red Table Talk’… have done that through their candid conversations about things like addiction, loss, domestic violence, race relations and more, sharing their truths and involving their audience along the way.”
Global’s “Blacklist”will return for a seventh season.
According to Deadline, after star James Spader signed on for another season ahead of the show's current sixth season, after further negotiation, co-lead Megan Boone, as well as Diego Klattenhoff and Harry Lennix signed the same deal.
“Blacklist” airs Fridays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Global.
The comedy from creator/star Franke Shaw has been cancelled by Showtime after two seasons, with an investigation into Shaw's onset allegations of misconduct likely factoring into the decision. After the investigation was completed, a spokesperson for the show's producer, ABC Studios/Signature, said: "Frankie Shaw’s overall deal with ABC Studios has been suspended without pay while we review our options." In a separate statement, Showtime added: “After weighing a variety of factors, Showtime has decided that 'SMILF' will not move forward for a third season."
The semi-autobiographical saga of struggling comedian Pete Holmes (played by the actual — and far more successful — Pete Holmes) is coming to an end, with exec producer Judd Apatow confirming that HBO's "Crashing" won't be returning after the current third season wraps. Apatow revealed the news during an appearance on "Conan", quipping, "Well, it's not really cancelled. We're just going to stop making it."
Star Stephen Amell has announced that the upcoming eighth season of "Arrow" will be its last, closing the book on the show that launched The CW's successful run of DC Comics series. “This was a difficult decision to come to, but like every hard decision we’ve made for the past seven years, it was with the best interests of "Arrow" in mind,” exec producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Beth Schwartz said in a joint statement. “We’re heartened by the fact that 'Arrow' has birthed an entire universe of shows that will continue on for many years to come. We’re excited about crafting a conclusion that honours the show, its characters and its legacy and are grateful to all the writers, producers, actors, and — more importantly — the incredible crew that has sustained us and the show for over seven years.”
Renewed: 'The Sinner'
USA Today just loves to sin. The network has renewed "The Sinner" for season three, and that is not all. The show is bringing on "White Collar" alum Matt Bomer to star opposite Bill Pullman. The show's original star Jessica Biel will stay on as an executive producer.
NBC's "Superstore" will remain open. The critically praised comedy series has been renewed for a fifth season by the network thanks to solid ratings.
Renewed: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'
The Nine-Nine lives on! "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has been renewed for a seventh season on NBC. This will be the show's second season on their new network after Fox infamously dropped the show last year.
Cancelled: 'Love Connection'
Fox is pulling the plug on its Andy Cohen-hosted revival of "Love Connection" after two seasons, with Cohen breaking the news during an interview on Howard Stern's satellite radio show.
Renewed: 'Star Trek: Discovery'
CBS All Access has renewed "Star Trek: Discovery" for a third season, also announcing that Michelle Paradise will become co-showrunner alongside Alex Kurtzman. “Her grasp of character and story detail, her drive and her focus have already become essential in ensuring the ‘Trek’ legacy, and her fresh perspective always keeps us looking forward,” said Kurtzman in a statement.
Renewed: 'Hell's Kitchen'
Gordon Ramsay shows no signs of slowing down. The ultra-popular celebrity chef has scored a two season renewal of "Hell's Kitchen" on at Fox. The news confirms "Hell's Kitchen" will officially hit 20 seasons on air.
Renewed: 'Chicago Fire', 'Chicago PD', 'Chicago Med'
NBC cannot get enough of "Chicago". All three of Dick Wolf's "Chicago" shows have been renewed. "Chicago Fire" has been renewed for season nine, "Chicago PD" has been renewed for a seventh season" and "Chicago Med" will see season five come to fruition.
Renewed: 'Temptation Island'
USA Network's revival of "Temptation Island" has done well enough to earn a renewal, with the network confirming it's ordering a second season of the reality romance series that follows couples at a crossroads in their relationships who must decide to commit to each other or succumb to temptation. Host Mark L. Walberg will return to host an extended 12-episode sophomore run, which will also include a reunion special.
Renewed: 'Young Sheldon'
The coming-of-age of "Young Sheldon" continues. The "Big Bang Theory" spin-off prequel has nabbed a two-season renewal on CBS. "Young Sheldon" can guarantee a run through season four and the 2020-2021 TV season.
Renewed: 'The Haunting'
"The Haunting of Hill House" fans rejoice. The critically-acclaimed breakout Netflix horror series will press on as an anthology series. The future of "Hill House" seemed dark following the season's conclusive finale.
Moving forward, the show will operate as an anthology series with new locations and new characters. "The Haunting of Bly Manor" will premiere in 2020.
Despite its pedigree, based on a novella by "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin, Syfy's "Nightflyers" never quite caught on with viewers. As a result, the sci-fi horror series has been cancelled, and won't return for a second season.
Renewed: 'American Ninja Warrior'
NBC is picking up "American Ninja Warrior" for an 8th season, ensuring a new crop of wannabe ninjas will attempt to navigate TV's toughest obstacles courses for at least one more season.
Cancelled: 'The Man In The High Castle'
The upcoming fourth season of "The Man in the High Castle" will likely be its last. The series is based on Philip K. Dick’s 1962 novel and will probably conclude, according to Deadline, following the season four premiere this fall.
Cancelled: 'Friends From College'
"Friends From College" creator Nicholas Stoller had some sad news to announced to fans of the Netflix comedy. “'Friends from College' will not be returning for a third season,” he wrote on Twitter. “Thanks to everyone who watched it. Happy Presidents’ Day!” The ensemble comedy followed a group of college pals — including Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders, Annie Parisse, Nat Faxon, Fred Savage and Jae Suh Park — and their complicated interpersonal relationships.
Cancelled: ’Jessica Jones’ And ‘The Punisher’
Netflix has cancelled Marvel series “Jessica Jones” ahead of its third season.
The streaming giant pulled the plug on both the Krysten Ritter-led show and “The Punisher” just weeks after airing the latter's second season.
In a statement, Netflix says, “We are grateful to Marvel for five years of our fruitful partnership and thank the passionate fans who have followed these series from the beginning.”
Renewed: 'The Other Two'
The Comedy Central series "The Other Two" is getting a second season.
The series, which premiered last month, stars Drew Tarver and Helene Yorke are struggling siblings who have to deal with their 13-year-old younger brother suddenly becoming a YouTube star.
Renewed: 'Jack Ryan'
Amazon Prime subscribers can look forward to more of John Krasinski's handsome face and phenominal acting. Amazon has officially renewed "Jack Ryan" for season three.
Renewed: 'Bob's Burgers'
"Bob's Burgers" will celebrate its milestone tenth season on Fox. The animated series has nestled its way into the hearts of TV fans everywhere.
Renewed: 'Family Guy'
Fox's animated mainstay "Family Guy" has been renewed for season 18 to air for the upcoming 2019-2020 season.
Cancelled: 'Last Call With Carson Daly'
After 17 years on the air, Carson Daly is stepping away from his extra-late late-night show "Last Call".
NBC says Daly is stepping away from the show to spend more time with his family, but will remain with NBC as well as continue hosting "The Voice".
The network has also said they will continue airing programs at 1:30 a.m., with an announcement about a new show coming soon.
The upcoming second season of "Counterpart" will be its last, with Starz confirming it won't be renewing the trippy alternate-universe drama starring J.K. Simmons. However, there is a sliver of hope for fans, with Deadline reporting that the show's producer, MRC, is in the process of shopping the show to various streaming platforms.
Renewed: 'Project Blue Book'
History is renewing "Project Blue Book", with the series based on the real-life UFO investigation to return for a second season. “We are believers in 'Project Blue Book' and so is our audience who has sparked a conversation about the hundreds of unsolved cases and our nation’s military response to UFOs that have remained relatively secret until now,” said History's Eli Lehrer. “Zemeckis, A+E Studios and our extraordinary creative team have shaped a compelling narrative that is the perfect blend of historical authenticity and entertainment that inspires curiosity in our viewers to learn more. We’ve touched on a very relevant topic and look forward to a second season.”
Cancelled: 'The Son'
The Pierce Bronsan-led Western "The Son" has been cancelled by AMC. The network had renewed "The Son" for season two almost two years ago and Bronsan had only signed a short-term contract.
Cancelled: 'Into The Badlands'
AMC is letting go of "Into the Badlands". The final eight episodes of the show's third season will also be its last on the network.
Freeform announced on Thursday that the hit series "Grown-ish" will be returning for a third season.
The series, a spin-off of creator Kenya Barris' "Black-ish", stars Yara Shahidi as Zoey Johnson, who has gone off to college to explore the world facing her as an adult.
Renewed: 'The Simpsons'
"The Simpsons" is already the longest-running scripted series on television, and that run just got longer with Fox's announcement that it's renewing the animated hit for two more seasons, season 31 and 32. “Woo hoo! 32 Seasons! Watch your back ‘Meet the Press,’” said Homer Simpson in a tongue-in-cheek statement from the network.
"Mom" is doubling up. CBS' comedy series starring Anna Faris and Allison Janney has been renewed for two more seasons, assuring seasons seven and eight will air in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
Renewed: 'Bachelor in Paradise'
Get ready for more sexy shenanigans in a tropical setting as ABC announces it's renewing "Bachelor in Paradise" for a sixth season. While no premiere date has been set, expect the "Bachelor" spinoff to return at some point in the summer.
Renewed: 'Modern Family'
ABC has announced that "Modern Family" has been renewed for an 11th season, which will be the hit comedy's final season. "[Executive producers] Chris [Lloyd] and Steve [Levitan] have created one of the most seminal and iconic comedies in television history,” said ABC president Karey Burke. “In its final season, there will be more milestone events that anyone who has been a fan of the series won’t want to miss.”
Renewed: 'The Good Doctor'
The medical adventures of autistic Dr. Shaun Murphy will continue for a third season, with ABC announcing plans to renew "The Good Doctor" for the 2019-2020 season.
Renewed: 'A Million Little Things'
ABC's freshman drama "A Million Little Things" has been renewed for a second season, continuing the story of a group of male friends (David Giuntoli, James Roday and Romany Malco) struggling to make sense of the death of the friend who brought them all together (Ron Livingston).
Renewed: 'Shark Tank'
The Sharks will keep swimming, with ABC announcing its renewing the investor-themed reality hit for an 11th season.
NBC has cancelled their planned Hair live televised musical. The network was in the middle of acquiring talent, which included negotiations with Hailee Steinfeld, ahead of the production's May 19 premiere. NBC is looking for a more family-friendly product for their next televised musical.
Renewed: 'The Walking Dead'
"The Walking Dead" hits double digits. AMC's long-running zombie drama has officially been renewed for season 10. Norman Reedus will take over as series lead following Andrew Lincoln's departure. Season 10 will assure fans can catch the show in 2020.
Renewed: 'New Amsterdam'
Great news for fan's of Global medical drama "New Amsterdam", which is being renewed for a second season. “We’ve been so excited to see how much audiences have embraced Dr. Max Goodwin and all the characters that make 'New Amsterdam' such an incredibly compelling medical series,” Lisa Katz and Tracey Pakosta, co-presidents of scripted programming for NBC Entertainment, said in a statement. “Congratulations to [executive producers] David Schulner, Peter Horton, our writers and an amazing cast and crew who have brought these stories to life.”
FX has announced the upcoming third season of its trippy "X-Men"-derived series "Legion" will be its last, with FX president John Landgraf making the announcement during the FX portion of the Television Critics Association press tour. According to Landgraf, series creator Noah Hawley had always planned for the show to run for three seasons.
The time-jumping journey of "Travelers" has come to an end, with star Eric McCormack posting a video on social media confirming Netflix will not be bringing the sci-fi show back for a fourth season. “Who knows what the future holds, but Travelers Program 1, as we call it, is complete," said McCormack in his video. "Much love from 3468 in the 21st.”
Renewed: 'Sex Education'
Netflix's breakout show "Sex Education" will return to the streaming service for a second season.
The dramedy will continue with eight episodes after Netflix surprisingly revealed that over 40 million households had watched the series within the first four weeks of its release.
Stars Gillian Anderson and Asa Butterfield will reprise their roles.
Canada's darling Stephen Amell will pick up his bow and quiver once again as The CW renews "Arrow" for an eighth season.
"Riverdale" fans rejoice as The CW confirms the breakout show will be back for season four.
"Arrow" will not be the only superhero show returning to the network, far from it. Melissa Benoist will reprise her role as the titular character in season five of "Supergirl".
Renewed: 'The Flash'
Fans of the series are sure to call it a flash of genius on The CW's part following their announcement that "The Flash" will return for season six.
Renewed: 'Legends Of Tomorrow'
The DC television universe continues to expand as "Legends of Tomorrow" gets the green light for season five.
Renewed: 'Black Lightning'
Cress Williams' sophomore outing in "Black Lightning" impressed network executives enough to approve a third season of the show.
The CW takes a break from superhero releases but still has plenty of spin-offs to get through. The network has confirmed that "The Originals" and "The Vampire Diaries" spin-off "Legacies" has earned a sophomore run on the network.
Do not fret, the highly-anticipated "Charmed" reboot will conjure up a second season after all.
Against all odds, "Dyansty" stays alive. The reboot is one of TV's lowest-rated scripted originals but is raking in the mullah thanks to a lucrative streaming deal with Netflix and other international deals. Expect season three shortly.
During its portion of the Television Critics Association press tour, The CW announced plans to renew "Supernatural" for a 15th season. Starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, the Vancouver-shot series is the network's longest-running show, The CW's sole holdover from the now-defunct WB network.
Showtime is renewing "Shameless" for a 10th season. “The Gallaghers are a force of nature, and they are coming back," said Showtime president Gary Levine in a statement. “'Shameless', with its ever-growing fan base, is like no other show on television. We are thrilled it will live on with its unique blend of love and larceny on Showtime." Added executive producer John Wells: “All of us on 'Shameless' are delighted that we get to tell more wonderful Gallagher stories — and thankful to Showtime for their continued support. We can’t wait to get back to work with this extraordinary cast.”
Renewed: 'Fuller House'
Netflix has announced its renewing "Fuller House" for a fifth season, but the bad news for fans is that it will also be the last season. The fourth season of the "Full House" spinoff Season 4 saw Danny (Bob Saget), Joey (Dave Coulier), Jesse (John Stamos) and Rebecca (Lori Loughlin) all moving back to San Francisco to be there for Kimmy’s (Andrea Barber) pregnancy.
Renewed: 'The Masked Singer'
"The Masked Singer" is back for an encore, baby! The celebrity singing show has been a hit with audiences, generating TV’s highest rated unscripted premiere in seven years. There is no word yet on whether the current panel and/or host Nick Cannon will return for season two.
Renewed: 'God Friended Me'
Assume divine intervention played a role in CBS's decision to renew "God Friended Me", ordering a second season of th series in which an atheist (Brandon Micheal Hall) finds his life changed when he's followed by a Facebook account identified only as "God."
“We’re thrilled with how 'God Friended Me' has performed on Sundays. It’s one of the top three new series on television, has improved its time period significantly, and continues a long tradition of prestige dramas for CBS on the night,” said Kelly Kahl, president of CBS Entertainment.
CBS' freshman drama "FBI" has been renewed for a second season thanks to a strong first impression. "FBI" is the network's most watched new CBS series this season.
Renewed: 'Magnum P.I.'
The "Magnum P.I." reboot is back for a second season. The Jay Hernandez-led "Magnum P.I." impressed CBS executives enough to warrant another go.
Renewed: 'The Neighborhood'
CBS' freshman comedy "The Neighborhood" is also being renewed after drawing an average of 8 million viewers on Mondays.
Renewed: ‘Crikey! It’s The Irwins’
Looks like Robert and Bindi will continue to carry on their dad’s legacy. In the show, the Irwins -- Terri, Robert and Bindi – along with her boyfriend Chandler Powell, explore wildlife creatures and give viewers a closer look at the wonders of animal life through their travels around the world.
Renewed: ‘Rachael Ray’
Fans will be able to attempt many more amazing recipes, thanks to the renewal of the popular cooking show “Rachael Ray”. CBS announced that the show will return for its 14th season.
Renewed: 'She-Ra and the Princesses of Power'
Netflix's revival of the beloved animated 1980s series will be back for more, with the streaming service announcing that a second season is on the way. The new season will debut on April 26.
Renewed: 'F Is For Family'
"F is for Family" and apparently "F" is also for "future." Netflix has confirmed the fourth season of Bill Burr and Michael Price's animated comedy is on the way. Season three of "F is for Family" debuted just a few months ago and the show already has something to look forward to.
The USA Network has announced it has renewed "Suits" for a ninth season, which will also be its last. In a statement, series creator Aaron Korsh thanked the show's cast, the studio and the writers, but had special thanks for "the fans who have stuck with the 'Suits' family through thick and thin, through can-openers and flashbacks — thank you for always speaking your mind... I look forward to enraging and hopefully sometimes delighting you with the final episodes."
Renewed: 'The Magicians'
Good news for fans of Showcase's "The Magicians", which just received an early renewal for a fifth season of the series about a group of 20-something sorcerers learning the magical arts at Brakebills University. “We couldn’t be happier or more excited to conjure another year of magic and all it entails — love, hate, loyalty, betrayal, sex, foul language, drugs, battling gods, monsters and the most dangerous enemies of all: other human beings. We have the best writers, producers, directors, cast and crew in the charted multiverse. Here’s how strongly we believe this: anyone who tries to poach a single one of them will be cursed. And we have the voodoo dolls to do it,” said exec producers and co-showrunners Sera Gamble and John McNamara.
Renewed: 'Our Cartoon President'
Showtime has renewed "Our Cartoon President" for a second season. Produced by "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert, the animated comedy focuses on the White House misadventures of President Donald Trump and his family. No word yet on when we can expect to see Season 2.
Renewed: '90 Day Fiance'
TLC has renewed "90 Day Fiance" for a seventh season of following foreign fiances with K-1 visas who have 90 days to decide whether they’ll marry their American petitioner or leave the U.S. “It is so exciting that, after six seasons, the tried and true original '90 Day Fiance' is captivating more viewers than ever,” said Howard Lee, president and GM of TLC. “From laughter to tears to a ticking clock, TLC is dedicated to giving our viewers a rollercoaster of emotions with '90 Day Fiance' — and we’re just getting started.”
Cancelled: 'The First'
"The First" will not see a second season on Hulu. The streaming service opted to cancel the Sean Penn-led drama following lackluster reviews.
Renewed: 'Kominsky Method'
Netflix clearly sees something in the "The Kominsky Method". The streaming giant has officially renewed the Golden Globe-winning comedy series for a second season. Production on season two begins sometime in January.
Renewed: 'Ellen's Game of Games'
"Ellen's Game of Games" has been a hit with viewers, and NBC has announced plans to pick up Ellen DeGeneres' over-the-top game show for a third season. “We are delighted that America has wholeheartedly embraced this wildly entertaining and unpredictable show,” said Meredith Ahr, president of the alternative and reality group at NBC Entertainment. “Ellen’s signature humour, coupled with the clever twists she and the producers bring to each hilarious moment, puts ‘Game of Games’ in a league of its own. We can’t wait to get started on season three.”
Renewed: 'So You Think You Can Dance'
Fox has, unsurprisingly, renewed the hit dance competition “So You Think You Can Dance” for a 16th season. Rob Wade, president of alternative entertainment and specials for Fox, said, “Each season, the talent on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ reaches new levels and continues to create the most incredible routines.”
Renewed: 'Grace and Frankie'
"Grace and Frankie" is still going strong, and days before the season 5 premiere Netflix has renewed the Jane Fonda/Lily Tomlin comedy for a sixth season. This makes "Grace and Frankie" Netflix's longest-running live-action comedy series.
Revived: 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition'
One of TV's all-time-great feel-good shows will be getting a revival, with HGTV to produce a new version of former ABC hit "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition". HGTV will produce 10 new episodes of the series, in which a team of builders and designers provide a much-needed home renovation for a family that desperately needs it. While the original — which ran for nine seasons between 2003 and 2012 — was hosted by Ty Pennington, a host has yet to be chosen for the new version.
Cancelled: 'Criminal Minds'
It's a case of good news, bad news for fans of "Criminal Minds", which has been renewed by CBS for a 15th season — which will be the last for the long-running procedural crime drama. According to Variety, the final season will be a short one, consisting of just 10 episodes, which will be shot back-to-back with the season-14 episodes that are currently in production.
Cancelled: 'I Love You, America With Sarah Silverman'
Hulu won't be ordering a third season of Sarah Silverman's "I Love You, America", with the comedian announcing the news on social media. "Well, Hulu cancelled 'I Love You, America' and we’re all pretty damn heartbroken," Silverman tweeted. This may not be the end for the show; according to Variety, "I Love You, America" will be shopped around to other networks and streaming platforms.
Renewed: ‘Days Of Our Lives’
Global’s hit soap opera “Days Of Our Lives” has been renewed for a 55th season.
“It’s a great day in Salem! The sands in the hourglass will continue to flow for yet another year,” said executive producer Ken Corday. “We’re grateful to NBC and Sony for their continued support of the show and, of course, to our dedicated and passionate fans, we owe it all to you. Thank you for taking us through our 55th season. We can’t wait for you to see what we have in store.”
The 53rd season, that ran from September 2017-September 2018, saw a 4 per cent increase in total viewers vs. the previous seasons.
“Days Of Our Lives” airs weekdays at 1 p.m. ET/PT on Global.
Renewed: 'Better Things'
Pamela Adlon's acclaimed comedy "Better Things" will return for a third season, albeit without the involvement of exec producer Louis C.K., who co-created the series and co-wrote many of the episodes.
Adlon stars as Sam Fox, who juggles her career as a working actor in L.A. with being the single mother of three daughters while also looking after her mother, Phil (Celia Imrie), who lives across the street.
Guest stars slated for the new season include Sharon Stone, Matthew Broderick (who will recur as a counselor), Judy Reyes and "Sleepy Hollow" alum Janina Gavankar.
Coming Soon: 'Batwoman'
It's official: Ruby Rose will be starring in "Batwoman", with The CW ordering a pilot for a standalone series featuring the DC Comics superhero, recently introduced to viewers in the network's three-way "Arrow"/"The Flash"/"Supergirl" crossover.
Caroline Dries ("The Vampire Diaries") will serve as showrunner, with Greg Berlanti onboard as exec producer. David Nutter ("Game of Thrones") will direct the pilot, after previously directing the "Arrow" and "Flash" pilots.
Cancelled: 'Z Nation'
"Z Nation" is no more. Producer David Michael Latt announced doomsday for SyFy's zombie drama.
“We wanted to tell you face to face… that we were not renewed for season six,” Latt said in a Periscope video on Friday, Dec. 21. “We’re stopping at season five. We’re very sad, but we’re also really grateful with the opportunities that we had on the show."
Cancelled: 'Midnight, Texas'
"Midnight, Texas" has been cancelled after its second season.
According to Deadline, NBC will not renew the supernatural drama series, based on the Charlaine Harris books, for a third season.
"Marlon" will not be picked up for a third season.
NBC is dropping the comedy, starring Marlon Wayans, which aired in the summer of 2017 and 2018.
Renewed: 'Ray Donovan'
"Ray Donovan" isn't finished yet.
Showtime has announced the renewal of its hit drama series starring Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight for a seventh season.
Production on the new season will start in New York this spring.
Cancelled: 'Who Is America?'
If you did not have an answer after season one, you will forever be left wondering "Who Is America?" Sacha Baron Cohen has officially announced his prank show will not return for a second season.
"I will never be able to get a politician to bare his buttocks while screaming 'God bless America!' and screaming the N-word," Cohen told The Hollywood Reporter's "Awards Chatter" podcast.
Renewed: 'Van Helsing'
"Van Helsing” has been renewed for a fourth season on the Syfy network.
Jonathan Walker will be taking over from Neil LaBute as showrunner for the 13 episode season.
The third season finale will air on Dec. 28.
Renewed: ‘Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’
Sabrina’s chilling adventures will continue as the Netflix original series has officially been renewed for 16 more episodes.
The new episodes of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” will be split into two parts (parts 3 & 4), and will follow part 2 of the series, which will premiere on April 5, 2019.
Seven long seasons will mark the CBS run of "Elementary". The modern day Sherlock Holmes & Watson series' upcoming 13-episode season will mark the last time the show will air on CBS.
Renewed: 'Tell Me A Story'
The CBS All Access series "Tell Me a Story" is coming back for a second season.
The first season of the gritty series interweaved the tales of "The Tree Little Pigs", "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Hansel and Gretel" into one story set in modern New York.
Renewed: David Letterman's 'My Next Guest...'
David Letterman's talk show "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction" is coming back in 2019 with all new episodes.
Netflix announced it has renewed the series for a second season.
No premiere date or guests have been announced so far. The first season featured such luminaries as Barack Obama, George Clooney and Malala Yousafzai.
Billy Bob Thornton is coming back for another round in "Goliath" Season 3.
Amazon announced the series from creators David E. Kelley and Jonathan Shapiro will return in 2019, with stars Dennis Quaid, Amy Brenneman, Beau Bridges, Griffin Dunne and Sherilyn Fenn joining the cast.
Renewed: 'Get Shorty'
The Elmore Leonard adaptation "Get Shorty" has officially been renewed for a third season by Epix.
The series, which stars Chris O'Dowd and Ray Romano, is coming back for a slightly shorter seven-episode season in 2019, down from 10 episodes in its previous seasons.
Renewed: 'Narcos: Mexico'
The cast of "Narcos: Mexico" will get to more mischief now that Netflix has officially renewed the show for a second season. The first season of "Narcos: Mexico" starring Michael Pena and Diego Luna premiered in November to critical praise, with the streaming site announcing it's renewal less than three weeks later.
Cancelled: 'Hit The Floor'
After four seasons of "Hit the Floor", BET is announcing there will not be a fifth for the series following the dance squad of a Los Angeles basketball team. “At this time, BET Networks will not be moving forward with a fifth season of 'Hit The Floor',” said BET in a statement. “We are grateful to the most passionate fans ever who helped to bring one more season of the #DevilsNation to the screen, and the incredible cast and dancers. We would especially like to thank and recognize the acclaimed executive producer and creator of the series James LaRosa for his passion and vision. We look forward to finding ways to continue in partnership."
Renewed: 'The Good Place'
The afterlife adventures of "The Good Place" will continue for a fourth season, with NBC announcing the renewal of the Kristen Bell-Ted Danson comedy. "Congratulations to [exec producer] Mike Schur and an exceptional cast and crew, all of whom collaborate to create a thoughtful, mind-bending and hysterical series unlike anything else on television," said Tracey Pakosta and Lisa Katz, co-presidents, scripted programming at NBC Entertainment. "We can't wait to see what unexpected stories the new season will bring."
The winter finale of "The Good Place" airs Thursday, Dec. 6 at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT on Global
Renewed: 'My Brilliant Friend'
HBO will be bringing "My Brilliant Friend" back for a second season, announcing renewal plans for the pay cable outlet's first-ever foreign-language series. "We’re thrilled that Elena Ferrante’s epic story has resonated so powerfully with viewers and critics, and we look forward to the continuing journey of Elena and Lila,” said HBO programming president Casey Bloys. The second season will be derived from the second book in Ferrante's four-book series, The Story of a New Name, and will see new actresses cast to play the main characters (who were portrayed as children in the first season) at an older age.
Cancelled: 'Marvel's Daredevil'
It looks like the first Marvel superhero to debut on Netflix is getting the axe, with "Daredevil" joining "Iron Fist" and "Luke Cage" on the cancellation pile. “'Marvel’s Daredevil' will not return for a fourth season on Netflix,” the streaming service announced in a statement. “We are tremendously proud of the show’s last and final season and although it’s painful for the fans, we feel it best to close this chapter on a high note."
The adventures of supernatural clergyman Jesse Custer and his motley crew will continue for a fourth season. “'Preacher’ is a show unlike any other on television,” said David Madden, president of programming of entertainment networks for AMC Networks. “A passionate base of fans found their way to Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy and have followed along with their adventures, at times indescribable adventures, for three seasons. We are thankful to our partners at Sony and to Seth [Rogen], Evan [Goldberg] and Sam [Catlin] for everything they have brought to this series, which we are pleased to renew for a fourth season. Like the super-fans of Preacher, we can’t wait to see where this journey leads next.”
Renewed: ‘Ugly Delicious’
It’s official: Netflix has renewed Morgan Neville and David Chang’s docuseries for a second season. The food-and-travel series follows award-winning chef Chang as he explores different styles of cooking and the culture and history behind them. There is no official release date for the second season but we will likely see it in early 2019.
Cancelled: 'Take Two'
"Take Two" will not be seeing a season two on ABC, with the network deciding to cancel the lighthearted cop show about a rehab-prone actress best known for playing a TV detective (Rachel Bilson) who winds up using her Hollywood expertise to solve real crimes alongside an actual detective (Eddie Cibrian). However, there may be hope for fans, with talk that two different streaming services are in the midst of exploring resurrecting the show for a second season.
CBS has opted not to renew “Salvation” for a third season. The summer drama series followed an MIT grad student and tech guru who team up to save Earth from an approaching apocalypse. “Salvation” starred Santiago Cabrera, Jennifer Finnigan, Charlie Rowe, and Jacqueline Byers.
Renewed: 'Big Mouth'
Good news for fans of Netflix's adult animation, with the streaming service announcing it's picking up "Big Mouth" for a third season. The animated comedy from Nick Kroll ("Kroll Show") follows the adventures of youngsters experiencing the first effects of puberty, as personified by the Hormone Monster and his pals. The renewal shouldn't be surprising to those who follow Netflix viewer ratings, with the first two seasons of "Big Mouth" earning rare 100 per cent ratings.
Renewed: 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'
The sixth season of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." isn't scheduled to air until summer of 2019, but ABC has already picked up the series for season 7. What isn't clear from ABC's announcement, however, is whether Clark Gregg (who's played S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Phil Coulson on the show and in several Marvel movies) will be returning; his name is conspicuously absent from the announcement's listed cast.
Amazon Prime Video's detective drama "Bosch" will be returning for a sixth season, continuing the exploits of LAPD Det. Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver). “One of the best things about producing a television show is that rare moment when you get to tell your entire cast and crew that the show is returning for another season,” said exec producer Henrik Bastin in a statement. “I just informed the entire 'Bosch' family that we’re coming back for a sixth season and it has brought us all pure joy. A BIG thanks to Team Amazon for being such a great creative partner.”
Cancelled: 'The Good Cop'
Netflix is not going forward with a second season of "The Good Cop", a comedy starring Josh Groban as a straight-laced, by-the-book police detective who butts heads with his father (Tony Danza), a notorious dirty cop who was drummed off the force due to his rampant corruption. “The Good Cop will not return for a second season,” the streaming service announced in a statement. “We’re grateful to creator Andy Breckman and his fellow producers, writers, the incredible crew and especially stars Tony Danza and Josh Groban for bringing this classic odd couple father-son story to Netflix.”
One season was enough for NBC to cancel its VR drama "Reverie", in which Sarah Shahi starred as a former hostage negotiator hired to help rescue people who have become trapped within an immersive virtual reality world.
Cancelled: 'Good Behavior'
TNT has opted not to renew "Good Behavior" for a third season, bringing the story of con artist Letty Raines (Michelle Dockery, "Downton Abbey") and hit man Javier Pereira (Juan Diego Botto) to an end — or maybe not? Announcing the show's cancellation on Instagram, series creator Chad Hodge revealed that the final episode of the second season "is not the ending. Actually I did write a bonus scene for you that would have been in Season 3... So just know that Letty and Javier are out there somewhere… living their best lives (eh probably not lol). But they are alive. Their story continues." You can read that bonus scene right here.
"Divorce" and HBO are going strong. The network has renewed the Sarah Jessica Parker-led show for a third season with a third showrunner.
Renewed: 'The Ranch'
Ashton Kutcher has a home on Netflix for at least one more year. The streaming service has renewed its multi-camera comedy series "The Ranch" for a fourth season.
Renewed: ‘Chrisley Knows Best’
“Chrisley Knows Best” has been renewed for an upcoming seventh season while a spinoff, “Growing Up Chrisley”, has been given the go-ahead.
The new series will follow Chase and Savannah Chrisley on a road trip from Nashville to Los Angeles.
Both will premiere in 2019.
The adventures of TV's most notorious washed-up equine sitcom star will continue, with Netflix announcing plans to pick up "BoJack Horseman" for a fifth season. The show follows BoJack (voiced by Will Arnett) as the one-time star of legendary '90s sitcom “Horsin’ Around" struggles to mount a comeback through a muddle of self-loathing,
whisky and failed relationships.
Cancelled: ‘American Vandal’
Netflix has pulled the plug on the true crime spoof “American Vandal”. While the series will not return for a third season on the streaming site, producers are reportedly shopping around for a new home elsewhere and are currently mapping out a third season for the anthology.
Good news for fans of "Atypical", with news that Netflix will renew the quirky family dramedy for a third season. In the series, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Michael Rappaport star as the parents of an autistic teenage boy (Keir Gilchrist) trying to find love and independence in a world he doesn't quite understand.
Fans can look forward to two more seasons of the animated comedy “Disenchantment”. The series from Matt Groening, the creator of “The Simpsons” and “Futurama”, takes place in the medieval kingdom of Dreamland and follows the adventures and mishaps of Princess Bean. The 20-episode addition will debut in 2020.
Cancelled: Luke Cage
Following Netflix's decision to axe "Iron Fist", "Luke Cage" is the next Marvel superhero to be shown the door at the streaming service. "Unfortunately, Marvel's Luke Cage will not return for a third season," Netflix and Marvel said in a joint statement. "Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem's Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series." It remains to be seen whether Cage (played by Mike Colter) will be see again in either "Jessica Jones", "The Defenders" or any of Netflix's other Marvel series.
Cancelled: 'All About the Washingtons'
There will not be a second season of "All About the Washingtons", the multi-camera sitcom starring former Run-DMC rapper Joseph Simmons (a.k.a. Rev. Run) and his real-life wife Justine Simmons play a fictionalized version of themselves.
Cancelled: 'Orange Is The New Black'
"Orange is the New Black" is coming to an end. The Netflix show that took the world by storm will conclude with its upcoming seventh season.
Cancelled: 'Nathan For You'
After four wickedly funny seasons, "Nathan For You" will not be returning with more of Canada's own Nathan Fielder's hilariously bizarre adventures in capitalism. “For the past five years Comedy Central had the pleasure of working with the brilliant Nathan Fielder on 'Nathan For You'," said the network in a statement, confirming the decision to end the show was Fielder's. "His innovative and quick-witted humour has made the show a comedic touchstone and we’re proud to have been a part of it. We respect Nathan’s decision to end the series and look forward to geeking out over his next project.”
It's official: Netflix has renewed its coming-of-age thriller “Elite” for a second season. The Spanish original series follows stories at Las Encinas, an exclusive boarding school.
“Elite” is set to return sometime in 2019; characters and plot details have yet to be revealed.
Do not be too sad. "Transparent" is coming to an end with season five, but the Amazon Studios show will go out in style: "Transparent" will conclude with a feature-length musical episode.
“It will hopefully feel like Jesus Christ Superstar mixed with 'La La Land' mixed with "Flight of the Conchords" with something more Jewish thrown in," series creator Jill Soloway told the New York Times. “A little 'Yentl'.”
Cancelled: 'Marvel's Iron First'
"Marvel's Iron Fist" is getting a kick in the butt from Netflix, with the series cancelled after two seasons. The first season of "Iron Fist" was a critical dud and although season two made significant improvements, it wasn't enough to generate enough viewer interest to keep the show alive.
The story of troubled children's entertainer Jeff Pickles will continue for another season, with Showtime announcing the cable net has ordered a second season of the Jim Carrey-starring dramedy "Kidding".
“'Kidding' has established itself as one of the most endearing and inventive shows on television,” said Showtime president of programming Gary Levine. “I feel like I have been watching Mr. Pickles my whole life, and I look forward to being entranced by his unique blend of hilarity and heartbreak in Season 2.”
The dangerous journey of reluctant money launderers Marty and Wendy Byrde (Jason Bateman and Laura Linney) will continue, with Netflix announcing it's renewed the critically acclaimed drama "Ozark" for a third season. "I'm happy for me, but concerned for Marty," quipped Bateman on Twitter. "It's official: OZARK 3 is on its way."
Renewed: 'Whose Line is it Anyway?'
The show that couldn't be killed just keeps on rolling. More than a decade after being cancelled by ABC after an eight-season run, The CW is picking up "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" for a 14th season after reviving the show back in 2013. In the same announcement, The CW revealed it was also picking up new seasons of “Penn & Teller: Fool Us,” and “Masters of Illusion”.
Renewed: 'Mr. Inbetween'
Fans can look forward to another season of "Mr. Inbetween", with FX renewing the Australian series from star/creator Scott Ryan, focusing on the life of a hit man by night, single father of a young daughter by day. "It's been fantastic to see 'Mr. Inbetween' embraced by fans and critics. The exciting, offbeat and fast-moving first season is defined by the magnetic performance and creative vision of Scott Ryan and director Nash Edgerton," said Eric Schrier, president of original programming at FX Networks and FX Productions. "We can't wait to return to Ray’s world in season two of 'Mr. Inbetween'."
Renewed: 'Mayans M.C.'
Kurt Sutter's long-awaited spinoff of "Sons of Anarchy" has been renewed for a second season, with FX announcing the news after only a few episodes of the first season aired. "'Mayans MC' is performing fantastically, proving to be a breakout first season,” said Nick Grad, FX's president of original programming. "The series premiered as the highest-rated cable series this year and continues to sustain a committed fan base... We couldn't be more excited to take this ride to a second season."
Added Sutter: "The 'Mayans MC' mythology sprung from the womb of 'Sons of Anarchy', but anyone who has taken the time to watch, knows it has become its own mythical creature."
Cancelled: 'I'm Dying Up Here'
"I'm Dying Up Here" unfortunately lives to its name. Showtime has opted to cancel the Jim Carrey-produced dramedy after two seasons. "I'm Dying Up Here" revolved around Los Angeles' stand-up scene in the '70s.
Hulu has officially renewed the American-British drama series “Harlots” for a third season.
Although plot details have yet to be revealed, the new season of “Harlots” will continue the focus on the fortunes of the Wells family.
While Julianna Margulies enjoyed long runs on "ER" and "The Good Wife", that won't be the case with "Dietland", which has been axed after just one season. In a statement, AMC praised the ambitious series for tackling some hot topics in ways both creative and courageous. “‘Dietland’ is bold, original and brave. We are beyond proud of our partnership with Marti Noxon, Joy Nash, Juliana Margulies, Skydance and everyone else involved in bringing Sarai Walker’s story to the screen,” reads the statement. “Similarly, Aisha Tyler and our friends at Embassy Row delivered a unique companion show that led with fresh voices and important topics. ‘Dietland’ garnered critical acclaim and passionate fans but unfortunately we will not be able to continue with a second season.”
Renewed: 'The Deuce'
"The Deuce" is being given one last shot. The HBO series about the porn industry in 1970s New York, currently in its second, has been renewed for a third and final season to air next year.
Co-created by David Simon of "The Wire" and "Treme", "The Deuce" stars Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Franco in dual roles.
Gordon Ramsay and the "MasterChef" team will see a milestone 10th season as Fox renews the popular cooking competition for another go.
Nationwide casting calls have begun and will continue throughout September. For the first-time ever, Ramsay’s own culinary team will join the casting team on the road.
The OWN network has greenlit a fourth season for its Oprah Winfrey-produced megachurch drama “Greenleaf”, starring Merle Dandridge, Lynn Whitfield, and Keith David.
Although the plot details for the new season have yet to be released, season 3 focused on Dandridge’s character Grace and her return to Memphis, which not only threatened to destroy the church but the family as well.
Amazon Prime has renewed “Absentia” for a second season. The thriller will have two new cast members in “The Widow” actress Matthew Le Nevez and “The Night Manager” star Natasha Little.
Netflix cannot get enough of "Insatiable". The streaming service is hungry for another season of the Debby Ryan-led show, despite controversy over the program's alleged bodyshaming themes.
HBO has renewed Issa Rae's comedy "Insecure" for a fourth season, it's been confirmed.
Rae took to Twitter to announce the exciting news, writing: "#InsecureHBO has been renewed for Season 4! Thank you to everyone who has been watching and supporting!"
"Ballers", starring Dwayne Johnson, has been renewed for a fifth season, it's been reported.
The Hollywood Reporter confirmed the news mid-way through the show's current series.
The show also stars John David Washington, Rob Corddry, Omar Benson Miller, Donovan Carter, Troy Garity, London Brown and Brittany S. Hall.
Cancelled: 'American Woman'
Paramount Network is shutting down "American Woman" after just one season. The 1970s-set drama — which starred Alicia Silverstone as a woman who leaves her husband and raises her two daufghters with the help of her friends (Mena Suvari and Jennifer Bartels) — was based on the real-life childhood of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Kyle Richards, who was also an exec producer.
Cancelled: 'Mr. Robot'
"Mr. Robot" will end after the upcoming fourth season, which is currently in production in New York City, concluding the critically acclaimed series about a mentally unstable computer hacker (Rami Malek) and the mysterious figured called Mr. Robot (Christian Slater). "When I first created the world of 'Mr. Robot', I thought it would be a niche television series with a small, cult following," said series creator Sam Esmail in a statement. "Over the past three years, it has become so much more, and I am continually humbled by the show’s recognition and by the amazing cast and crew that work tirelessly to help bring my vision to life. Since day one, I’ve been building toward one conclusion — and in breaking the next season of 'Mr. Robot', I have decided that conclusion is finally here. Everyone on the creative team, including the amazing people at USA and UCP, didn't want to say goodbye, but we ultimately have too much respect for Elliot's journey to extend past its inevitable ending. Therefore, season four will serve as the final chapter of the 'Mr. Robot' story. To fans of the show: thank you for the past three years, and I can't wait to share this exciting final season with you."
Cancelled: 'Who Is America?'
"Who Is America?" is a question that will not be answered again. Sacha Baron Cohen's political undercover comedy will not return for a second season, the star confirmed. This, despite Showtime CEO David Nevins previously insisting he was "dying to bring [the show] back."
Renewed: 'Very Cavallari'
"The Hills" alum Kristin Cavallari's reality series "Very Cavallari" will return for a second season on E! “I couldn't be happier that 'Very Cavallari' will be returning for season two,” said Cavallari. “I had the best time filming our first season and feel like we are just getting started, so I can't wait to come back for more next year!”
"Easy" does it. Netflix has renewed Joe Swanberg's comedy anthology for a third and final season.
Renewed: 'Lip Sync Battle'
The Paramount Network will keep the music going, announcing the renewal of "Lip Sync Battle" for a fifth season. "'Lip Sync Battle' continues to grow rapidly across the globe and is now seen in more than 120 countries around the world due in large part to our incredible hosts LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen, the dream team!" said executive producers Casey Patterson and Jay Peterson in a joint statement. "We feel we reached new heights with the Emmy-nominated Michael Jackson LIVE Episode in January and are excited to show the fans all of the big surprises we have in store for Season 5!"
Renewed: ‘The End Of The F*****g World’
Netflix show “The End Of The F*****g World” written by Charlie Covell and based on the graphic novel by Charles Forsman,
has announced its second season at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
Renewed: 'Making It'
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman are "Making It" to a second season. The former "Parks and Rec" co-stars new reality competition to crown "master crafters" has been renewed by NBC for a second season.
Renewed: 'Beat Shazam'
Jamie Foxx is coming back! The actor and singer will return to host a third season of "Beat Shazam".
The adventures of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling will continue, with Netflix announcing it will renew the critically acclaimed comedy series for a third season.
Cancelled: 'The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale'
Say goodbye to Joel McHale. Netflix has cancelled the "Community" alum's talk show following its season one premiere in February.
Cancelled: 'The Break With Michelle Wolf'
Tough luck for Michelle Wolf. The comedian had plenty of buzz after her controversial White House Correspondents' Dinner speech, but the viewership for "The Break" was not significant enough for Netflix to move forward with a second season.
Cancelled: 'The Royals'
The exploits of "Queen" Elizabeth Hurley and her fictional royal family are coming to an end, with E! announcing it won't renew "The Royals" for a fifth season. “E! will not be moving forward with another season of ‘The Royals,’ which launched in 2015 as the network’s first original scripted series. Over four seasons, ‘The Royals’ took viewers behind the palace gates on a scandalous journey filled with twists and turns," reads a statement from E!. "We are grateful to the cast and our producing partners at Lionsgate and Universal Cable Productions.” The cancellation comes months after series creator and showrunner Mark Schwahn was fired from the show following numerous allegations of sexual harassment involving female cast and crew members on the show.
Renewed: 'Anne with an E'
Get ready for more adventures from Canada's favourite red-headed historical heroine, with CBC announcing plans to renew "Anne with an E" for a third season. The latest TV series based on Lucy Maud Montgomery's timeless novels "Anne of Green Gables" novels, "Anne with an E" will debut its second season on CBC in September (the show airs on Netflix in the U.S.). "We are thrilled to be able to announce a third season of 'Anne with an E' before season two premieres in Canada," said Sally Catto, General Manager, Programming, CBC. "Anne with an E delivered a rich first season, drawing in both new and existing fans to the world of Avonlea. We have no doubt that
Canadians will continue to fall in love with this beautiful and heartwarming series for seasons to come."
The NBC/Universal-owned USA Network is pulling the plug on "Shooter" after three seasons. The show — in which Ryan Phillippe stars as former military marksman Bob Lee Swagger, who comes out of retirement to prevent the president's assassination — got off to a rocky start when its premiere was delayed due to a real-life mass shooting. According to Deadline, the show's studio is reportedly shopping the show to other networks in hopes of a fourth-season pickup.
Renewed: 'Dr. Pimple Popper'
After parlaying her gross-yet-popular pimple-popping YouTube videos into hit reality show "Dr. Pimple Popper", dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee will be returning with a second season of zit-squeezing exploits. “We are delighted our viewers have embraced 'Dr. Pimple Popper', making it a hit for TLC this summer," said TLC president Howard Lee in the renewal announcement. "We look forward to giving viewers more of the fantastic Dr. Sandra Lee and showcasing how she tackles challenging conditions and, most importantly, improves her patients’ lives in the upcoming season.”
Renewed: 'Castle Rock'
Hulu has renewed "Castle Rock", and will reprise the J.J. Abrams-produced anthology series for a second season. Based on characters and situations introduced in the novels of Stephen King, the second season of "Castle Rock" will likely feature an entirely new cast, taking over for a first-season roster of talent that includes Sissy Spacek, Andre Holland, Melanie Lynskey, Bill Skarsgard and Jane Levy. A premiere date for the second season hasn't yet been set.
Renewed: 'Queen Sugar'
The fourth season of “Queen Sugar” has been confirmed. The show follows an estranged family in Louisiana. A major change this season sees Anthony Sparks assume creative control of the show.
Renewed: ‘Flip Or Flop’
HGTV has renewed “Flip Or Flop” for an eighth season.
The remodelling hit stars now-divorced couple Tarek and Christina El Moussa as they remodel homes in South California.
Production on season 8 is currently underway and is expected to hit HGTV in spring 2019.
Renewed: ‘Celebrity Family Feud’, ‘$100,000 Pyramid’ and ‘To Tell The Truth’
Steve Harvey and “Celebrity Family Feud” have been renewed for another season after keeping up the consistent high rating and maintain its summer Sunday at eight, number one spot. ABC also has given the green light to new seasons of “$100,00 Pyramid” & “To Tell The Truth “ with host Anthony Anderson
Showtime president and CEO David Nevins announced at the TCAs that the upcoming eighth season of "Homeland" will be its last.
Nevins stressed, "It's not a cancellation."
“[Showrunner] Alex Gansa will be bringing his show to its proper conclusion,” Nevins added, according to Deadline. “I can’t say how much it has meant to the acceleration of our brand and for me personally: It was the first series I greenlit.”
A premiere date for "Homeland" Season 8 has not been announced yet.
Renewed: 'American Horror Story'
FX has renewed Ryan Murphy's "American Horror Story" through til season 10. The series is currently in production on its eighth season — subtitled "Apocalypse" — which will feature the long-awaited crossover between the horror anthology's "Coven" and "Murder House" seasons.
Cancelled: 'The Dangerous Book For Boys'
It seems Amazon Prime believes "The Dangerous Book For Boys" is overdue. The streaming service has tossed season two of Bryan Cranston's comedy-drama after just one season.
Renewed: 'Better Call Saul', 'Fear The Walking Dead', 'McMafia'
AMC have announced that "Better Call Saul", "Fear the Walking Dead" and "McMafia" will all be returning to screens for another season.
The cable channel confirmed that "Better Call Saul" and "Fear the Walking Dead" would both be renewed for a fifth season, while "McMafia" is heading into its second series.
"In an environment where viewer choice is almost unlimited, the success of these shows is especially meaningful, with characters and stories that our viewers connect with and return to season after season," AMC president of originals, David Madden, said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Renewed: 'Sneaky Pete'
Amazon has announced it has ordered a third season of "Sneaky Pete". The series, created by former "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston and "House" creator David Shore, Created by Bryan Cranston and David Shore, stars Giovanni Ribisi as a con man ex-con trying to avoid being whacked by the mobster he once robbed by assuming the identify of his onetime cellmate, Pete.
Renewed: ‘Altered Carbon’
“Altered Carbon” has been renewed for a second season -- but with the twist.
“Captain America” star Anthony Mackie will replace Joel Kinnaman as Takeshi Kovacs on the Netflix drama.
Season 2's release date has not been revealed.
Cancelled: 'The Affair'
Showtime has announced "The Affair" will return for a fifth season — which will also be its final one for the provocative drama, which focuses on the emotional fallout for two fractured couples after an extramarital affair. "We love the intimacy, the nuance and the emotional honesty of The Affair's subjective examination of both infidelity and fidelity," said Gary Levine, president of programming at Showtime Networks. "[Co-creator and Showrunner] Sarah Treem has always envisioned this as a five-season series, and we will be fascinated to see where she takes her talented cast and all of us next year in its climactic season."
More 'Yellowstone' For Fans
Paramount Network has officially renewed "Yellowstone" for a second season. The Kevin Costner-led critically-acclaimed drama will be back with 10 new episodes next year.
‘Babylon Berlin’ Bounces Back
The period crime drama “Babylon Berlin” is coming back for a third season. The season will take place in 1930s Germany and explore the dark side of the entertainment industry
Renewed: 'Wynonna Earp'
Days after its third-season premiere, Syfy announced at San Diego Comic-Con that "Wynonna Earp" will be returning for a fourth season, continuing the supernatural adventures of the great-great-granddaughter of legendary lawman Wyatt Earp (Melanie Scrofano) she battles demons and various other mystical monsters.
Renewed: 'The Man In The High Castle'
Amazon has announced its intentions to air a fourth season of the alternative history drama "The Man in the High Castle". The studio announced the news at San Diego Comic-Con and shared a brand new look at the upcoming third season.
Renewed: 'Marvel's Cloak & Dagger'
Freeform has officially renewed "Marvel's Cloak & Dagger" for a second season, as announced Friday at San Diego Comic-Con.
Revived: "Star Wars: The Clone Wars"
Five years after its cancellation, animated TV series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" has been revived. The announcement that the "Star Wars" TV spinoff will return with new episodes was made at Comic Con. "I honestly didn't think we would ever have the opportunity to return to The Clone Wars," supervising producer Dave Filoni said in a statement following the announcement. "Thanks to the relentless fan support and the team behind Disney's direct-to-consumer streaming service, we will now get to tell more of those stories. We feel a tremendous responsibility to make something that lives up to the legacy that George Lucas created with the original series and I think our team, many of whom worked on the show from the beginning, has risen to the challenge."
After four seasons ‘UnREAL’ has been cancelled by streaming service Hulu. The drama was about the behind-the-scenes events of a reality TV show. Its final season ironically focuses on the fictional show being cancelled.
The Starz channel has renewed drama "Sweetbitter" for a second season, continuing the coming-of-age adventures of Tess (Ella Purnell), a young woman who arrives in NYC and lands a job in a posh Manhattan restaurant. "Season one gave audiences a taste of the characters and backstory of an upscale New York restaurant, leaving them wanting more – which we will deliver with a second helping of ‘Sweetbitter,’” said Starz president/CEO Chris Albrecht. “The immersion of the audience into the world in and around the restaurant will deepen as the series looks further into the complexities of Tess’ awakening and the lives of her new friends and colleagues in the second season.”
Renewed: 'Queer Eye'
A day after "Queer Eye" nabbed four Emmy nominations, Netflix announced the reboot of groundbreaking 2000s reality series "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" has been renewed for a third season. All members of the Fab 5 — Antoni Porowski (food and wine), Bobby Berk (interior design), Karamo Brown (culture), Jonathan Van Ness (grooming) and Tan France (fashion) —will be returning.
Ryan Murphy's ode to ball culture of the 1980s will be returning for a second season, with FX announcing plans to renew "Pose". “Ryan Murphy has once again revolutionized television with 'Pose', an incredibly engaging story of creativity, courage, compassion, love and family at a pivotal time in our culture,” said FX head John Landgraf of the show, which features more transgender cast and crew than any TV series in history. “As television critics have universally acknowledged, there is simply nothing like 'Pose' on TV, so effortlessly excelling on every creative level and earning a place in television history for its infectiously inclusive spirit."
Renewed: ‘Animal Kingdom’, ‘Claws’
TNT is bringing back both “Animal Kingdom” and “Claws”.
“Animal Kingdom” will return for it’s fourth season while “Claws” will enter it’s third.
“Claws” ranked among the top five cable dramas this past year.
"Champions" cannot even be considered contenders anymore. The freshman comedy starring Mindy Kaling was dropped from the network, although the remainder of the season will continue to air on Netflix.
After two seasons, History has decided not to renew its Navy SEAL drama "Six". This decision comes with only four more episodes left to air in the second season, which will run as scheduled.