Cancelled: 'Full Frontal With Samantha Bee'
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After seven seasons in late-night, "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" has been cancelled at TBS.
"We’re so thankful for our loyal audience, our amazing team, and that we got to annoy the right people every week—that there wasn't wrestling or baseball or a very special episode of Big Bang," the show's official Twitter account said upon the news.
Renewed: 'Mayans M.C.'
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It was revealed during the "Mayans M.C." panel at 2022 San Diego Comic-Con that the motorcycle drama will be returning for season 5.
The ensemble spin-off from hit series "Sons of Anarchy" premiered in 2018, and wrapped its fourth season in June 2022.
The saga of parenting will continue.
FX has renewed the comedy "Breeders" for a fourth season.
Created by Simon Blackwell, Chris Addison and Martin Freeman, the series stars Freeman and Daisy Haggard as a couple struggling with parenthood. It premiered in March 2020.
Cancelled: 'Desus & Mero'
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Showtime's late night talk show "Desus & Mero" is no more. The series will not return for a fifth season reportedly due to a fall out between its stars Desus Nice and The Kid Mero.
“Desus Nice and The Kid Mero will be pursuing separate creative endeavors moving forward," Showtime said in a statement. The network added that the final episode for the show already aired on Thursday, June 23.
Renewed: 'The Bear'
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"The Bear" won't hibernate for long. FX is ordering another season of the kitchen dramedy for fans to dig into, according to IndieWire. The decision to serve up more of "The Bear" came weeks after Hulu premiered season 1 in its entirety. "The Bear" stars Jeremy Allen White ("Shameless"), Ebon Moss-Bachrach ("The Punisher") and Abby Elliott ("Saturday Night Live").
Renewed: 'The Lake'
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Canadian Amazon Originals series “The Lake”, starring Jordan Gavaris, Julia Stiles and Madison Shamoun, will “venture back into the world of scheming, backstabbing, budding romance, and laughs in cottage country,” says Christina Wayne, head of Canadian Originals at Amazon Studios. Season 2 of the cottage-country comedy series will film in August and September.
Renewed: 'Only Murders In The Building'
Everyone's favourite podcasting mystery-solvers are coming back for another season.
Disney+ Star has renewed the comedy series "Only Murders in the Building", starring Selena Gomez, Steve Martin and Martin Short for a third season.
Season 2 is currently airing.
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"Evil" cannot be stopped on Paramount+. The streaming service has renewed the critically-acclaimed CBS Studios series for a fourth season. The psychological mystery series examines the origins of evil along the dividing line between science and religion.
Cancelled: 'The Time Traveler's Wife'
After just one season, HBO is pulling the plug on "The Time Traveler's Wife".
Based on Audrey Niffenegger’s novel, the series starred Rose Leslie and Theo James as a couple whose marriage is complicated by time travel.
“Though HBO will not be moving forward with a second season of 'The Time Traveler’s Wife', it was our privilege to partner with master storytellers Steven Moffat and David Nutter,” an HBO spokeswoman told Deadline. “We are so grateful for their passion, hard work and care for adapting this beloved book. We also thank Theo and Rose, and the rest of our brilliant cast for their heartfelt performances, which completely captivated audiences."
Renewed: 'Selling Sunset'
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Netflix has renewed "Selling Sunset" for another two seasons.
Production on season 6 will start later this summer, with the show, which stars Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, and others, being among a host of real estate, property, and renovation shows on the streaming service, Deadline reports.
Renewed: 'Killing It'
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“Killing It” is coming back for a second season.
“We are immensely grateful to everyone at Universal Television and Peacock. Snake-based economic satire isn’t exactly a familiar, beloved genre of television comedy, but they were fully behind the project from the start. We can’t wait to make more!” said showrunners Dan Goor and Luke Del Tredici.
The Peacock comedy is about class, capitalism, and one man’s quest to achieve the American dream.
It stars Craig Robinson, Claudia O’Doherty, Rell Battle, Scott MacArthur, Stephanie Nogueras, Wyatt Walter, and Jet Miller.
Cancelled: 'Workin' Moms'
"Workin' Moms" is out of business.
The mommy-comedy sitcom from the mind of Catherine Reitman will end with its seventh season.
“And so, it is with love and gratitude that I’m announcing season seven as our final season. The biggest thank you to our partners, CBC and Netflix, for getting behind a show that points a flashlight into the darkest corners of motherhood," said Reitman.
Cancelled: 'The Big D'
Even before getting off the ground, "The Big D" is saying a big goodbye.
The new dating show hosted by "Bachelorette" alums JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers, and which had been set to premiere on TBS on July 7, has been axed amid the recent Warner Bros.-Discovery merger.
Promos had already been airing for the show, which now will no longer be going forward.
“We’re assessing our schedule to ensure we have the right content mix to support our network strategies. We are grateful to JoJo Fletcher, Jordan Rodgers, and the executive producers of 'Big D' for their partnership through the process,” a T-Nets spokeswoman said.
Renewed: 'When Calls The Heart'
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The Hallmark Channel drama "When Calls the Heart" has been renewed for a 10th season.
Based on the Canadian West series of novels by Janette Oke, the long-running show follows a high society teacher, played by Erin Krakow, who is assigned to work in a small coal-mining town in Western Canada in the 1910s.
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“Hacks” will continue to serve up laughs with a season 3.
“We congratulate ‘Hacks' extraordinarily gifted executive producers and cast, and our partners at Universal Television,” said Sarah Aubrey, head of original content at HBO Max. “We are overjoyed at the audience and press response to the new season, and glad to give viewers more of this gorgeous, hilarious, moving show.”
The series stars Jean Smart as comic legend Deborah Vance as she mentors young comedy writer Ava, played by Hannah Einbinder.
Renewed: 'The Lincoln Lawyer'
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Attorney Mickey Haller is coming back for another big case.
Netflix has renewed "The Lincoln Lawyer" for a second season, with Manuel Garcia-Rulfo reprising his role, and Neve Campbell, Becki Newton, Jazz Raycole and Angus Simpson all returning.
The 10-episode season will be based on the fourth book in the series by author Michael Connelly.
Cancelled: 'Made For Love'
HBO Max won't be renewing "Made for Love" for a third season.
The futuristic comedy follows Hazel (Cristin Milioti), a 30-something woman on the run after 10 years in a suffocating marriage to tech billionaire Byron Gogol (Billy Magnussen), only to discover her ex . implanted a monitoring device — the Made for Love chip — in her brain that allows him to track her movements, watch her afar and and know her "emotional data."
Renewed: 'The Boys'
Prime Video has announced that "The Boys" will be back for a fourth just as the show's third season debuts.
“We’re thrilled to continue Butcher and the Boys’ fight against Homelander and the Seven, as well as comment on the insane world we’re living in," said showrunner Eric Kripke of the twisted superhero series' renewal. "Also, this is the first time in history that exploding genitalia has led to further success.”
The Lorne Michaels-produced musical comedy "Schmigadoon!" will be returning for a second season on Apple TV+. In the series, a couple in the midst of a rocky patch ("SNL" star Cecily Strong and Keegan-Michael Key) stumble into the magical realm of Schmigadoon, right out of a 1930s movie musical.
The second season will shift the action to Schmicago to spoof movie musicals of the 1960s and '70s, with cast members Ariana DeBose, Dove Cameron, Jaime Camil, Kristin Chenoweth, Alan Cumming, Ariana DeBose, Ann Harada, Jane Krakowski, Martin Short, and Aaron Tveit all set to return, along with additions Tituss Burgess and Patrick Page.
Renewed: 'Tokyo Vice'
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"Tokyo Vice", the gritty drama about an American journalist (Ansel Elgort) drawn into the dark underbelly of Tokyo while covering the police beat, has been renewed by HBO Max for a second season.
“We could not be more excited to bring the passionate fans of the show another season to continue this intriguing and suspenseful crime story set in one of the most vibrant and beautiful cities in the world,” said Sarah Aubrey, head of original content at HBO Max, in a statement.
“Writing and then making the first season of Tokyo Vice with this remarkable group of artists was a matchless experience,” added series creator J.T. Rogers. “So I’m over the moon that we get to keep going. I can’t wait to get back to work in Tokyo with our brilliant cast and crew. Stay tuned: there are twists and turns in the tale to come.”
Renewed: 'What We Do In The Shadows'
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The vampire comedy "What We Do in the Shadows" has been renewed for a fifth and sixth season.
"There’s a lot of life left in our favorite vampires from Staten Island," said FX's President of Original Programming, Nick Grad.
Based on the 2014 film, the series stars Kayvan Novak, Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou and Mark Proksch as a foursome of vampire roommates learning to get by in the modern world.
Renewed: ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’
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HBO has renewed the Emmy-winning sketch comedy series “A Black Lady Sketch Show”, which will “explore even more comedic worlds” with the upcoming fourth season. Robin Thede stars in the series along with Gabrielle Dennis, Ashley Nicole Black and Skye Townsend.
Renewed: ‘Is It Cake?’
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Netflix’s baking competition series “Is It Cake?” has been renewed for season 2. Returning as host is “Saturday Night Live”’s Mikey Day, alongside an all-new lineup of contestants and guest judges. A premiere date has yet to be announced.
Renewed: 'Slow Horses'
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Gary Oldman and his team of misfit spies are coming back for a whole lot more espionage.
Apple has given the comedic British thriller "Slow Horses" a renewal for seasons 3 and 4.
The first season of the show premiered in April, with its second season already filmed and expected to premiere later in 2022.
The series also stars Kristin Scott Thomas, Jack Lowden, Saskia Reeves and more.
Cancelled: 'The Good Fight'
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The upcoming sixth season of "The Good Fight" will be its final one, with the story that began in "The Good Wife" concluding in the spinoff series.
“We’ve loved fighting 'The Good Fight' these last six seasons. To be able to tell stories about an upside-down world in real time has been a gift. And to have worked with these talented, brilliant, generous actors, writers and crew has been a blessing,” said series creators Robert and Michelle King in a statement. “Our hope-slash-scheme is to find ways to work with all of them again in the future.”
The final season will air in the fall on W Network.
Netflix is giving the LGBTQ-themed young adult series "Heartstopper" a second season.
Launched on the streamer in April, and based on the popular web comic and graphic novel series by Alice Oseman, the British show tells the story of a gay schoolboy who palls in love with his classmate.
Joe Locke and Kit Connor star in the series, alongside William aGo, Yasmin Finney, Corinna Brown, Kizzy Edgell and Tobie Donovan.
With its third season still under way, HBO has already ordered a fourth season of the acclaimed comedy "Barry", starring Bill Hader.
The series, about a hitman who decides to put aside his career to become an actor first premiered in 2018, with a long gap between seasons 2 and 3 due to the pandemic.
Hader will return, along with creator and co-creator and write Alec Berg, for season 4.
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"Riverdale" is coming to an end after season 7.
The show starring Lili Reinhart, Cole Sprouse, Camila Mendes, and KJ Apa is currently in its sixth season.
“I am a big believer in attempting to give series that have had long runs an appropriate sendoff,” CW chairman and CEO Mark Pedowitz said, according to TVLine.
“We had a long conversation with [executive producer] Roberto [Aguirre-Sacasa] yesterday, who is thrilled by this news, and we will treat the show in the manner it deserves…. We want to make sure it goes out the right way."
Season 7 is expected to premiere in 2023.
Renewed: Miley Cyrus Returns To Host NBC New Year's Eve Special
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When it comes time to ring in 2023, Miley Cyrus will be there.
NBC has announced that the pop star will once again host its New Year's Eve Special.
Cyrus previously co-hosted the event with Pete Davidson to welcome 2022, along with performances by Noah Cyrus, Brandi Carlile, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day and more.
Renewed: 'Black Mirror'
After years of waiting, Netflix is officially bringing "Black Mirror" back for more dystopian sci-fi fun.
The mind-bending anthology series created by Charlie Brooker will return for a sixth season, with more episodes than season 5's three.
The show last aired in 2019.
Renewed: 'Call Me Kat'
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Fox has given the green light for a third season of the sitcom "Call Me Kat".
Based on the British series "Miranda", the shot stars Mayim Bialik and a fun-loving woman who defies everyone's expectations by opening a cat café in Louisville, Ken.
Renewed: 'Welcome To Flatch'
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The town of Flatch is welcoming everyone back for another look.
Fox has announced the sitcom has been given a second season order.
The show, which stars Holmes, Sam Straley, Aya Cash, Seann William Scott and more, is about an eccentric residents who allow a documentary crew to explore life in small town Ohio.
Renewed: 'American Idol'
ABC is bringing back "American Idol" for a sixth season, its 21st season overall when counting 15 seasons on Fox.
Renewed: 'The Bachelor'
There's just no stopping "The Bachelor", which has just been renewed for a 27th season of made-for-TV romance.
Renewed: 'The Conners'
Roseanne who? The Barr-free spinoff of the short-lived reboot of the iconic sitcom continues to be the top-rated sitcom on network television, leading ABC to renew the series for a fifth season.
Renewed: 'The Wonder Years'
ABC is bringing back its reboot of "The Wonder Years" for a second season.
Renewed: 'Big Sky'
ABC is bringing back "Big Sky" for a third season, continuing the female-led mystery starring Katheryn Winnick and Kylie Bunbury for another year.
Cancelled: 'Mr. Mayor'
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Despite the star power of Ted Danson and the comedy track record of series creators Tina Fey and Robert Carlock (whose hits include "30 Rock" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"), NBC is cancelling sitcom "Mr. Mayor" after two seasons.
Renewed: 'Young Rock'
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NBC has decided to bring back "Young Rock", continuing the childhood adventures of Dwayne Johnson for a third season.
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Kenan Thompson's eponymous sitcom won't be back for a third season, with NBC bringing down the axe after just two seasons.
Thompson won't be out of work, since he's hanging onto his day job on "Saturday Night Live", where he recently made "SNL" history by appearing in his 1,500th sketch.
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After five seasons, The CW is cancelling its reboot of the iconic 1980s primetime soap.
Cancelled: 'Magnum P.I.'
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It's the end of the line for this reboot of the classic detective drama starring Jay Hernandez in the role originated by Tom Selleck. After four seasons, CBS has decided not to renew the series for a fifth.
Cancelled: 'B Positive'
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Say goodbye to "B Positive", the kidney-donor sitcom starring Thomas Middleditch ("Silicon Valley) and Annaleigh Ashford ("Masters of Sex"), with CBS announcing the plug is being pulled after two seasons.
Cancelled: 'Good Sam'
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"Good Sam", the medical drama starring Sophia Bush and Jason Isaacs, has been cancelled after one season, ending its first and only season as the lowest-rated drama airing on CBS.
Cancelled: ‘United States Of Al’
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Chuck Lorre’s sitcom “United States of Al” has been cancelled by CBS. The show, created by “The Big Bang Theory” writers Lorre, Dave Goetsch and Maria Ferrari had a short run, premiering in April 2021, and will air its season 2 series finale in May.
Renewed: 'Law & Order: Organized Crime'
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Det. Elliot Stabler isn'nt going anywhere, with NBC announcing that spin-off "Law & Order: Organized Crime" will be returning for a third season.
The series from which is sprang, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", was previously renewed for a 24th season.
Renewed: 'Law & Order'
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Revived after a several-year absence, "Law & Order" is being renewed for a second revival season (which will be its 22nd season overall).
“The iconic ‘Law & Order’ brand has long been synonymous with NBC and we couldn’t be more excited to bring back all three of these dramas for the 2022-23 season,” said Lisa Katz, president of scripted programming at NBCU Entertainment and Streaming. “It’s a testament to the brilliance of Dick Wolf’s storytelling that audiences remain compelled by these unforgettable characters week after week, year after year.”
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Hulu is pulling the plug on the female-led comedy "Dollface" after two seasons.
Featuring a group of female friends who reconnect in their late 20s (Kat Dennings, Brenda Song, Esther Povitsky and Shay Mitchell), the second reason premiered in February.
Renewed: 'Shining Vale'
STARZ is bringing Courteney Cox's horror-comedy "Shining Vale" back for a second season.
Cox stars alongside Greg Kinnear in the series about a couple who move into an old Victorian mansion in Connecticut in an attempt to save their marriage, only to discover they may be haunted by some very real demons.
Showrunner Jeff Astrof said he and co-creator Sharon Horgan are "thrilled to be able to tell the next eight chapters of the Phelps’ story-- especially after the way we ended season 1. Personally, I look forward to the crushing pressure of trying to raise the bar even further in season 2. But we can do anything."
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The "FBI" franchise will continue for two more seasons.
CBS renews the crime drama series for seasons 5 and 6.
The highly successful show was rated no. 2 for broadcast shows for CBS in the 2021-2022 season.
“The FBIs are one of the most successful brands in the entire TV landscape and a powerful cornerstone of our number one lineup,” said Kelly Kahl, President of CBS Entertainment.
Renewed: 'FBI: International'
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The story of “FBI: International” will continue as CBS renews the show for a season 2 and 3.
The renewal comes as part of the network’s order for more seasons from the very popular franchise.
“[The ‘FBIs’] have attracted a dedicated, loyal fan base, thanks to the extraordinary vision of executive producer Dick Wolf and the talents of all three outstanding casts and creative teams,” said President of CBS Entertainment, Kelly Kahl. “I know we and our viewers look forward to two additional seasons of engaging, heroic stories.”
Renewed: FBI: Most Wanted
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“FBI: Most Wanted” will return.
CBS renewed the show for a season 2 and 3 as part of its renewal for the “FBI” franchise.
“Everybody who works on these three shows is over the moon about the multi-year pickups,” said ‘FBI’ brand creator Dick Wolf.
The series stars Luke Kleintank, Heida Reed, Carter Redwood, Vinessa Vidotto and Christiane Paul.
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The Ophelia Lovibond and Jake Johnson series about the creation of the first erotic magazine for women is coming back for more.
HBO Max has ordered a second season of "Minx", from creator Ellen Rapoport.
In the show, Lovibond plays a young feminist who teams up with a sleazy publisher played by Johnson to launch the magazine in the '70s.
Renewed: ‘The Equalizer’
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“The Equalizer”, starring Queen Latifah, has been renewed by CBS for seasons 3 and 4.
The “outstanding cast” and “exceptional creative team” will continue to “evolve their storytelling with a compelling mix of everyday justice, family dynamics and real-world issues that connect and resonate with audiences,” said Thom Sherman, senior executive vice president of programming at CBS Entertainment.
Cancelled: 'Saved By The Bell'
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After two seasons, class is dismissed for Peacock's reboot of "Saved by the Bell".
“We are so proud to have been the home of the next iteration of 'Saved by the Bell' for both new and OG fans," said a Peacock rep in a statement. "'Saved by the Bell 'has been a cultural mainstay for more than 30 years and the new series, led by Tracey Wigfield’s superfan enthusiasm and signature witty humour, seamlessly continued the show’s legacy, all while allowing more audiences to feel seen. We’re grateful to Tracey, Franco Bario, our partners at UTV, the beloved cast, and the fans who have continued to champion one of the most iconic shows of all time."
Renewed: 'Sweet Magnolias'
Netflix has renewed "Sweet Magnolias" for a third season.
Stars of the show JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Brooke Elliott and Heather Headley are all set to reprise their roles and return to Serenity.
The first season debuted on May 19, 2020.
Renewed: 'Queer Eye'
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"Queer Eye" has been renewed by Netflix for a seventh season.
Revealing which city the Fab Five are now heading to, the show tweeted: “🚨QUEER EYE IS COMING BACK FOR SEASON 7🚨Beignets for everyone!! 😋✨ If you know someone in NOLA who is deserving of a 'Queer Eye' make-better let us know 💖🌈”
Cancelled: 'Legends Of Tomorrow'
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Following the cancellation of "Batwoman", The CW has also cancelled "Legends Of Tomorrow".
Having run since 2016, co-showrunner Keto Shimizu wrote: "We are heartbroken, but also immensely grateful for the amazing work our cast, crew, and writers have contributed to the little show that could."
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"Batwoman" has been cancelled after 3 seasons.
“Just got the sad news that Batwoman will not be seeing [season four],” showrunner Caroline Dries wrote on Twitter. "I am bummed, but full of gratitude. What an honor to make 51 episodes.”
Cancelled: 'Space Force'
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"Space Force" has failed to launch.
Netflix has cancelled the Steve Carell comedy after the second season.
Also starring Ben Schwartz and Jon Malkovich, the second season didn't perform nearly as well as season one did.
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Apple TV+ is giving its Korean-language series "Pachinko" a second season.
Based on the 2017 novel by Min Jin Lee, the series tells the story of a Korean immigrant family across four generations.
“Words cannot express my joy in being able to continue telling the extraordinary story of this indomitable family,” said creator Soo Hugh about the renewal.
Cancelled: 'Raising Dion'
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"Raising Dion", the Netflix drama about a boy (played by Ja'Siah Young) grappling with his mysterious superpowers has been cancelled after two seasons.
Series star Sammi Haney broke the news on social media, thanking fans for their "amazing support."
Renewed: 'Blue Bloods'
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CBS is delivering a baker's dozen of "Blue Bloods" to the family dinner. The network has renewed its police procedural drama for a 13th season, according to TV Line. The show stars familiar faces including Donnie Wahlberg and Tom Selleck, among others.
Renewed: 'The Goldbergs'
ABC has announced plans to renew "The Goldbergs" for a 10th season.
The fate of the sitcom was considered to be up in the air after the departure of star Jeff Garlin, who played Goldberg family patriarch Murray, following an HR investigation over questionable on-set behaviour. No word yet on how the show will handle Garlin's departure, but it wouldn't be a surprise if the 10th season begins with the revelation that Beverly Goldberg (Wendi McLendon-Covey) has become a widow.
Renewed: 'The Talk'
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Global's "The Talk" is coming back for plenty more conversation.
In a live on-air surprise, hosts Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Natalie Morales, Jerry O'Connell and Sheryl Underwood learned the show was renewed.
“The producers are just telling me there is some breaking news. This is just coming in right now, ‘The Talk’ has been renewed for Season 13," Morales announced to the rest of the cast.
O'Connell joked, “Now I know why all our bosses showed up today.”
Renewed: 'Life & Beth'
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“Life & Beth” gains new life with a season 2.
The announcement of a 10-episode renewal for the Amy Schumer-led series comes just after the conclusion of the first season.
Hulu’s comedy follows Schumer as Beth, an unhappy wine distributor in Manhattan, whose life changes after a dramatic incident causes her to have flashback memories of her teen years.
Schumer serves as a writer, director, and executive producer on the show.
Renewed: 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'
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The enthusiasm hasn't died yet.
Creator-star Larry David has revealed that "Curb Your Enthusiasm" will be back for a 12th season on HBO.
The long-running comedy series ended its 11th season in December. The show premiered with a special in 1999 and its first full season ran in 2000.
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"S.W.A.T." is coming back for season 6 on Global.
"Aaaayyeeeee!!!! Homies, Fans, n Baby Girls!!!!! You heard it here first!!!" Shemar Moore celebrated on Twitter. "Another year of Kicking Ass coming your way."
Cancelled: 'The Real'
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After eight seasons in daytime syndication, the talk show "The Real" will be coming to an end at the completion of the current season.
According to reports, the decision to axe the show is related to the show's producer, Warners/Telepicture, picking up a new daytime talker featuring Jennifer Hudson for next season, which will presumably take over the time slot currently held by "The Real" in various television markets.
Renewed: 'The Cleaning Lady'
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Fox Entertainment has renewed “The Cleaning Lady” for a second season. Starring Elodie Yung, the series centres on an undocumented worker forced to navigate the criminal underworld in order to save her ailing son’s life.
Renewed: 'The Rise Of The Lakers Dynasty'
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Adam McKay’s “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty” has been renewed for a second season.
The hit show chronicles the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Lakers.
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Renewed: ‘Bachelor In Paradise’
"Bachelor in Paradise" will be back with more romance and drama as the show returns for its eighth season. “The Bachelor” spin-off was last was hosted by David Spade, Lil Job, Tituss Burgess and Lance Bass following Chris Harrison's departure from the series.
Cancelled: 'Locke & Key'
Netflix has made it official: the upcoming third season of supernatural adventure series "Locke & Key" will be its last.
“Once we began working on the series, we felt three seasons was the ideal length to bring the story of the Locke family and their Keyhouse adventures to a satisfying conclusion,” said executive producers/co-showrunners Carlton Cuse and Meredith Averill in a statement, confirming that the plan was always a three-season series. “As storytellers, we are grateful that we had the opportunity to tell our version of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s incredible story exactly the way we wanted. We’re keeping the magical keys, though, for our own personal use.”
Apple TV+ is doubling down for a second season of "Severance", the mind-bending workplace thriller from producer-director Ben Stiller, starring Adam Scott as the employee of a mysterious company that has somehow managed to keep the personal and workplace memories of its workers completely separate.
“It’s really exciting to see the response from people who are loving the show — and the level of fan engagement,” Stiller said in a statement. “It has been a long road bringing 'Severance' to television... It has always been a multi-season story, and I’m really happy we get to continue it. I’m grateful to our partners at Apple TV+ who have been behind it the whole way. Praise Keir!”
"Snowfall" has been renewed for a sixth season, which will also be the last for the FX drama set in L.A. during the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980s, created by the late John Singleton.
“I couldn’t imagine telling this story anywhere but at FX,” said star Damson Idris, who is also one of the show's producers. “I’m incredibly proud of the history we have all made. Especially the impact ‘Snowfall’ has had on the culture. Very rarely does a TV show get to the sixth season mark and saying goodbye to ‘Franklin Saint’ will be heartbreaking. But the family and relationships I’ve made on this journey will last a lifetime. I know John Singleton is looking down smiling proud.“
Renewed: ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’
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Global’s “The Drew Barrymore Show” is renewed for a third season.
“Our show wants to be a bright spot not a blind spot and we just want to make people feel good,” said Barrymore. “And I thank all the people who helped us get here.”
The new season will be produced differently from the first two, as two half-hour episodes that can run back-to-back or be split up to air separately.
Watch “The Drew Barrymore Show” weekdays at 3 p.m. ET on Global.
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Global's "NCIS" continues to stand the test of time as the show has been renewed for a milestone 20th season. The show debuted all the way back in 2003, with Mark Harmon leading the cast for many, but not all, of the seasons.
Renewed: 'NCIS: Los Angeles'
The original Global "NCIS" spin-off, "NCIS: Los Angeles" will return for a 14th season. Season 13 featured Chris O'Donnell, Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen and Medalion Rahimi among its main cast.
Renewed: 'NCIS: Hawaii'
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One of the newer entries to Global's "NCIS" family, "NCIS: Hawaii" is being renewed for a sophomore season. The police procedural drama stars Vanessa Lachey, Alex Tarrant, Noah Mills and Yasmine Al-Bustami, among others.
Renewed: 'The Good Doctor'
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"The Good Doctor" is clearly doing a great job. The medical series, starring Freddie Highmore, has been renewed by ABC for a sixth season in the 2022-23 television season.
Renewed: 'The Rookie'
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"The Rookie" is a veteran at this point. ABC has renewed the police procedural drama for a fifth season. The Nathan Fillion-led series also has a spin-off in the works starring Niecy Nash.
Renewed: 'Love Is Blind'
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Netflix has renewed "Love is Blind" through season 5 after the success of the second series of the hit dating show.
“Love Is Blind: After the Altar" will also premiere later this year.
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Jared Padalecki's Texas Ranger will be back for a third season, with The CW announcing its renewing "Walker" for another season.
Renewed: 'Superman & Lois'
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Bitise Tulloch and Tyler Hoechlin will be reprising their roles as Lois Lane and Clark Kent/Superman in a third season of "Superman & Lois", with the show receiving a renewal order from The CW.
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The mysteries of "Riverdale" will continue to linger, with The CW announcing that that Archie Comics-inspired drama will be returning for a seventh season.
Renewed: 'Kung Fu'
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Olivia Liang's Nicky Shen will be back, with The CW renewing "Kung Fu" for a third season.
Renewed: 'The Flash'
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There's just no stopping "The Flash", with The CW announcing plans to renew the DC Comics-derived superhero series for a ninth season.
Renewed: 'All American'
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Critical acclaim and huge Netflix viewership numbers are among the factors that led The CW to renew "All American" for a fifth season.
Renewed: 'Nancy Drew'
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Nancy Drew (Kennedy McMann) and her mystery-solving pals aren't going anywhere, with The CW renewing the show for a fourth season.
Renewed: 'My Brilliant Friend'
The TV adaptation of Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan series has been renewed for a fourth and final season.
"My Brilliant Friend" will return, with Alba Rohrwacher taking over the role of Elena, previously played by Margherita Mazzucco.
The series follows the complicated friendship between two girls who grow up together in a poor Naples neighbour in the 1950s.
Season 4 will adapt the fourth and final book in the series, The Story of the Lost Child.
Renewed: 'And Just Like That'
The "Sex and the City" revival is coming back for more.
HBO Max has renewed "And Just Like That..." for a second season, bringing back stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis.
“I am delighted and excited to tell more stories about these vibrant, bold characters - played by these powerful, amazing actors. The fact is, we’re all thrilled. And Just like That… our Sex life is back," executive producer Michael Patrick King said.
Cancelled: 'New Amsterdam'
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“New Amsterdam” will end with its fifth season.
Global's medical drama is currently in its fourth season, but the already shortened 13-episode fifth season will be the end.
“The story of Max Goodwin, and his never-ending commitment to patients at New Amsterdam, has been inspiring,” said Lisa Katz, President of Scripted Programming at NBCUniversal Television & Streaming. “We’re so grateful to David Schulner, Peter Horton, and our cast and crew for their incredible dedication, talent and collaboration.”
The series follows Ryan Eggold as Dr. Max Goodwin, the new medical director of New Amsterdam, as he aims to reform one of the country’s oldest hospitals.
Renewed: ‘Abbott Elementary’
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“Abbott Elementary” is back in class for a second season.
Global's mockumentary will be renewed with an in-character post from Principal Ava Coleman.
The cheeky note from the character included a link to the organization Donors Choose which supports classrooms with extra funding.
The workplace comedy follows a group of teachers and a “slightly tone-deaf” principal as they work to support the students in their Philadelphia classroom.
Cancelled: 'The Baby-Sitters Club'
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Netflix won't be renewing "The Baby-Sitters Club", announcing the show — based on Anne M. Martin's popular YA novel series — had been cancelled after two seasons.
Showrunner Rachel Shukert confirmed the news in a statement. “I have wanted to be a part of the world Ann M. Martin created since I was 7 years old, and for two amazing seasons I actually got to be. It was a dream come true,” she said. “Although I am heartbroken not to be returning to Stoneybrook for 20 more seasons, I am so proud of the incredible show our amazing cast and crew created and the way it brought joy and comfort to so many when they needed it most.”
Cancelled: 'Judge Jerry'
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NBCUniversal is pulling the plug on "Judge Jerry" after three seasons of courtroom antics presided over by Jerry Springer. The show will remain on the air until September, when the current third season concludes.
Renewed: 'Never Have I Ever'
Never have fans ever been so thrilled. Netflix has renewed the coming-of-age dramedy for a fourth and final season premiering in 2023.
“Hey Crickets, we’ve got some morning announcements for you: Season three of "'Never Have I Ever' is gonna drop this summer!" announced show creators Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher ahead of the season three premiere. "Plus we’ve just been renewed for a fourth and final season, which we are absolutely thrilled about. We can’t wait to reveal all the steamy romance and hilarious adventures we have in store for you. Thanks to all our fans for your support – especially you #Bevi and #Daxton stans. We love you!”
Renewed: ‘Celebrity IOU’
Drew and Jonathan Scott are back to help more celebrities with their dream renovations for others.
The new season of the celebrity DIY show will feature big names like Halle Berry, Snoop Dogg, Tiffany Haddish, Howie Mandel, John C. Reilly, Anthony Anderson, Lisa Kudrow and Ali Wong.
“Hearing the incredible stories of gratitude never gets old,” said Drew. “We’re always inspired by these celebrities wanting to be completely hands-on with the renovations. This series is extra special.”
The show will return for eight more episodes on April 18.
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“Grown-ish” will return for a fifth season.
The show adds Marcus Scribner to the cast as Yara Shahidi’s brother in the new season.
The “Black-ish” spin-off is currently airing its fourth season on the Freeform network and follows Zoey (Shahidi) as she works towards graduation.
Cancelled: 'Ordinary Joe'
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"Ordinary Joe" won't be getting a second season.
The NBC drama starring Jimmy Wolk was NBC's lowest-rated drama of the season according to Deadline.
Cancelled: 'The Big Leap'
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Fox's "The Big Leap" has not been renewed for a second season.
The show starring Scott Foley and Simone Recasner "took viewers on a journey of self-acceptance, body-positivity and empowerment at any age."
Renewed: ‘The Bold And The Beautiful’
Ahead of the daytime drama’s remarkable 35-year milestone, “The Bold and the Beautiful” has been renewed through 2024 by CBS.
“For 35 years ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ has been a cornerstone of our No. 1 Daytime lineup,” said Margot Wain, senior vice-president, daytime programs, CBS Entertainment. She congratulated the “talented cast and crew,” as well as the show’s head writer and executive producer Bradley Bell “who have made this show a creative and ratings success.”
Renewed: 'Son Of A Critch'
"Son Of A Critch" is returning for a second season.
The Canadian comedy based on comedian Mark Critch's childhood in Newfoundland had the highest rating for a comedy premiere since "Kim's Convenience" in 2016.
Renewed: 'Sort Of'
CBC and HBO Max have renewed "Sort Of" for a second season.
The show follows Sabi Mehboob, "a fluid millennial who straddles various identities."
The first season can be seen on CBC Gem now.
Renewed: 'The Blacklist'
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Global's "The Blacklist" will be returning for a 10th season.
The crime drama starring James Spader has been given an early renewal, with season 9 currently airing.
Spader will return as star and executive producer, along with producer and showrunner John Eisendrath.