Renewed: 'High School Musical: The Musical: The Series"
The Disney+ streaming service hasn't even launched, but one of its signature shows has already been given a second season, despite the fact that it hasn't even aired yet. The oddly titled "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" is set in East High — the same Utah school where the original franchise took place — but follows a group of new students as they mount a performance of "High School Musical: The Musical", the actual Broadway-style musical based on the beloved Disney Channel movies.
Renewed: 'Why Women Kill'
CBS All Access has ordered a second season of "Why Women Kill". The series focuses on three women in three different decades who are dealing with infidelity in their marriages. It examines how women's roles have changed over time but their reactions to cheating have not. The show stars Lucy Liu, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste.
Renewed: 'Holey Moley'
You have to hand it to NBA superstar Steph Curry for envisioning a reality TV competition based on miniature golf, with the premise popular enough for ABC to order a second season of his summertime series "Holy Moly". Curry — who is both exec producer and an onscreen presence as the show's resident golf pro — will be returning, as will Rob Riggle, Joe Tessitore and Jeannie Mai.
Renewed: 'The Walking Dead'
"The Walking Dead" will continue for an 11th season, with the news confirmed during a panel at New York Comic Con ahead of the 10th season premiere. And, as a bonus for fans, the 11th season will feature the return of Maggie Greene, following the announcement that former cast member Lauren Cohan (who exited in season nine) will be returning as a series regular in season 11.
Renewed: 'Dear White People'
"Dear White People" is coming back for one more season.
Netflix has announced that the series from creator Justin Simien has been renewed for a fourth and final season to premiere next year.
Based on Simien's film of the same name, the show follows the racial collisions between students at the predominantly white Winchester University.
Cancelled: 'Grand Hotel'
The "Grand Hotel" is closing its doors after just one season due to low ratings.
TNT's "Claws", starring Niecy Nash, is about to reach the end of the road.
The network has renewed the series for a fourth and final season to air in 2020.
"For the past three seasons, Claws has handled delicate and culturally relevant themes like race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation with grace and humor via superb storytelling,” said Brett Weitz, general manager of TNT.
“Fans cherish the over-the-top Clawsian moments that have defined its run, and we will do them justice as we wrap up the tale of Desna [Nash] and her crew," he added.
Renewed: 'Stranger Things'
Netflix's hit sci-fi series "Stranger Things" is returning for a fourth season, teasing fans with the tagline, "We're not in Hawkins anymore."
"We can’t wait to see what The Duffer Brothers have in store when they step outside the world of The Upside Down," said Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos in a statement.
Netflix has also signed series creators The Duffer Brothers to a new multi-year film and series deal.
Cancelled: 'The Perfectionists'
"The Perfectionists" was not perfect enough for Freeform. The Disney-owned cable channel has cancelled the "Pretty Little Liars" spin-off after just 10-episodes.
Cancelled: 'Bojack Horseman'
The upcoming sixth season of Netflix's "Bojack Horseman" will be its last. The show follows horse Bojack, a '90s sitcom star, who tries to navigate his self-loathing and drunken mishaps and back into the limelight. The adult animated show premiered in 2014 and was Netflix's first comedy series. The final season will air in two parts, on October 25 and January 31.
Renewed: 'On Becoming A God In Central Florida'
Fans can look forward to more of Kirsten Dunst in "On Becoming A God In Central Florida", with Showtime announcing it's renewing the dark comedy for a second season. “With such imaginative storytelling and an absolutely inspired lead performance, 'On Becoming A God In Central Florida' has been a revelation,” said Jana Winograde, Showtime's president of entertainment, describing the show as "a wondrous blend of satirical light within the economic and emotional melancholy that confronts so many Americans. We couldn’t be happier that 'On Becoming A God' is on Showtime, nor more eager to see what wild events await our ensemble in the downline of season two.”
"Absentia" has hit the trifecta. Amazon has renewed Stana Katic's drama thriller for a third season. "Absentia" will debut in 2020 with new showrunner Will Pascoe and new cast members Geoff Bell and Josette Simon.
Renewed: 'Married At First Sight'
Lifetime has renewed two more seasons of its hit reality series "Married At First Sight". The show focuses on couples meeting for the first time at the altar and is ranked as Lifetime's top series for the past two years. Season 10 and season 11 will have 17 two-hour episodes each and premiere in January 2020.
Netflix's "Glow" has been renewed for a fourth season and final season. The female wrestling dramedy follows the story of out-of-work actress Ruth Wilder who ends up in the glittery world of female wrestling. The show was inspired by the beloved 1980's counterpart and has earned 15 Emmy nominations and three wins during it's run.
Renewed: 'The Titan Games'
Dwayne Johnson's athletic competition "The Titan Games" has been renewed for season two.
The show sees both men and women compete in head-to-head challenges that push their bodies to the limit.
Renewed: 'The Wendy Williams Show'
Wendy Williams' talk show will stay on TV until 2022.
Williams, who recently took a four-month break to tend to her health, confirms: "I’m so excited to launch our 11th year by letting the world know I will continue to do what I love to do so much — and for a very long time.
"I want to tell Fox and all of our stations today how much their support and confidence means to me. They should know we will never stop working very hard to bring our dedicated Wendy Watchers and audience ‘co-hosts’ the freshest national daytime television!"
Cancelled: 'No Good Nick'
Netflix is pulling the plug on tween-oriented sitcom "No Good Nick" after just one season. The series focused on a 13-year-old named Nicole (a.k.a. Nick, played by Siena Agudong) who covertly infiltrates a family in order to seek revenge after they unknowingly ruined her life. Sean Astin and Melissa Joan Hart played the family's parents.
Renewed: 'Queen Sugar'
Deep South family drama "Queen Sugar" is coming back to OWN for a fifth season. The show focuses on three siblings, who move to Louisiana to claim their inheritance from their father. The show, executive-produced by Oprah Winfrey, averaged 1.6 million views a week in the fourth season.
Renewed: 'South Park'
Long-running animated comedy sensation "South Park" has been renewed yet again. Comedy Central has renewed the show through until 2022 despite years of complaints from parents and advocacy groups. The show premiered in August 1997; its 23rd season will premiere on September 23.
Renewed: 'The Righteous Gemstones'
The HBO comedy series "The Righteous Gemstones" has been renewed for a second season. The show follows a famous televangelist family that display both aberrant behaviour and charitable work.
Cancelled: 'The Detour'
It's the end of the road for "The Detour", with TBS opting not to renew the Jason Jones-starring comedy for a fifth season. The series followed the hilariously dysfunctional Parker clan and their over-the-top misadventures after a family road trip goes disastrously wrong.
Renewed: 'Grace and Frankie'
The Netflix sitcom "Grace and Frankie" has been renewed for its seventh and final season on the streaming service. The series follows two women who become unlikely friends after their husbands leave them for each other.
"This will make 'Grace & Frankie' the longest-running series in Netflix history," the show announced on Twitter.
Cancelled: 'American Princess'
Lifetime's "American Princess" has been cancelled after one season. The series, which followed an Upper East Side socialite who ran out on her wedding, ended its run on July 7. It starred Georgia Flood, Lucas Neff, Seana Kofoed, and Rory O'Malley.
The Netflix Spanish high school drama "Elite" has been renewed for a second season and will premiere September 6 on the streaming service. It follows three working-class teens who enrol in a private school and clash with the wealthy students.
Renewed: 'A Black Lady Sketch Show'
HBO is doubling down on late-night comedy by ordering a second season of "A Black Lady Sketch Show", starring Robin Thede, Ashley Nicole Black, Gabrielle Dennis and Quinta Brunson. “It’s been thrilling to see the audience embrace the characters that Robin, Ashley, Gabrielle and Quinta have brought to life,” said HBO executive vice president of programming Amy Gravitt. “We had a blast making this groundbreaking sketch show… and I can’t wait to see what next season holds.”
The Rock will no longer be cooking up "Ballers", with Dwayne Johnson confirming My heart is full of gratitude to all of you for rocking with us every season. You made us HBO’s highest rated comedy for years and most importantly, you helped create and sustain a platform for other actors to have the OPPORTUNITY to work hard, grow and become household names. To me, the opportunity ‘Ballers’ created for so many others, is the real gold of our show.
I love you, I thank you and enjoy our final season of ‘Ballers,'” Johnson wrote in a farewell statement.
"Succession" is getting a third season. HBO has renewed the satirical comedy-drama for season three. The move was widely expected as "Succession" looks poised to be the network's new flagship show following the conclusion of "Game of Thrones". "Succession" is expected to return sometime next year.
Renewed: 'RuPaul's Drag Race'
"RuPaul's Drag Race" is coming back for Season 12 with a whole new cast of drag superstars.
Additionally, the spin-off series "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars" will bring back some of the series' most popular queens for a fifth season.
CBS won't be renewing "Instinct" for a third season, with showrunner Michael Rauch tweeting to fans that the Alan Cumming-starring mystery drama won't be returning after the current season concludes, sending a "giant thank you to our diehard fans for your love, loyalty & excellent taste (is it too soon to ask for a reboot?)."
The NBCUniversal-owned Syfy network won't be bringing back "Krypton" for a third season. The Season 2 finale of the DC Comics-derived series — which focused on Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), the grandfather of Superman, prior to the destruction of the Man of Steel's home planet — drew a mere 350,000 viewers, a precipitous drop from the 1.8 million who viewed the Season 1 finale. The low same-day ratings no doubt factored into the decision to cancel the show.
Cancelled: 'Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath'
Former Scientologist Leah Remini has been a thorn in the side of the controversial church ever since she left in 2013, particularly due to her award-winning A&E docu-series "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath" and the horrific experiences shared by her fellow ex-Scientologists. After three seasons, however, the show will be coming to an end with a one-hour special that will will “explore stories of how Church of Scientology policies have hindered members from reporting instances of abuse and sexual assault to the authorities.”
Renewed: 'Cristina On the Coast'
With one hit series under her belt, Christina El Moussa now has another, with HGTV announcing plans to renew the "Flip or Flop" star's solo series for a second season. “HGTV knew 'Christina on the Coast' would be a winner and the series absolutely delivered,” said Jane Latman, president, HGTV. “More than 12 million viewers tuned in to watch the freshman season because they loved having a new opportunity to watch Christina evolve personally and professionally. We’ve seen her continue to gain popularity with our audience, so we couldn’t be more excited about the performance of the series. In season two, we will join Christina as she grows her design business and navigates relationships with her friends and family, including her husband and new baby. Everyone is rooting for her and her family as they build a whole new life.”
Renewed: 'Mr. Iglesias'
Gabriel Iglesias is heading back to school, with Netflix announcing it's renewed sitcom "Mr. Iglesias" for a second season. In the series, the comedian stars as a high school teacher who works at his alma mater, teaching gifted misfit kids.
While the third season of "Atlanta" has yet to go into production, FX is already renewing the Donald Glover-starring comedy for a fourth. Due to a gap in the busy star's schedule, both seasons will be shot back to back. "What more can be said about 'Atlanta' than the critical acclaim and accolades that Donald Glover, Paul Simms, Dianne McGunigle, Stephen Glover and Hiro Murai have earned for two exceptional seasons of what is clearly one of the best shows on television,” said FX Entertainment president Eric Schrier. “This group of collaborators and cast have created one of the most original, innovative stories of this generation and we are proud to be their partners.”
Renewed: 'The Bachelorette;
In possibly the season's least surprising renewal, ABC announced that "The Bachelorette" has been picked up for a 16th season. The announcement comes after the show's recent finale racked up the show's highest ratings in two years.
Renewed: 'Bachelor in Paradise'
ABC is also renewing its "Bachelor"/"Bachelorette" spinoff "Bachelor in Paradise", announcing plans to renew "summer's guiltiest pleasure" for a seventh season.
Cancelled: 'The OA'
Netflix won't be bringing back its critically acclaimed sci-fi drama "The OA" for a second season. “We are incredibly proud of the 16 mesmerizing chapters of 'The OA', and are grateful to Brit [Marling] and Zal [Batmanglij] for sharing their audacious vision and for realizing it through their incredible artistry,” Netflix head of originals Cindy Holland said in a statement. “We look forward to working with them again in the future, in this and perhaps many other dimensions.”
Cancelled: 'The 100'
The CW's sci-fi adventure drama "The 100" will bow out after the upcoming seventh season, with series creator Jason Rothenberg announcing the news on Twitter. "With #The100 Season 6 finale just days away, I have some bittersweet news to share: Season 7 will be our last," he wrote. "We are eternally grateful to WB & CW for always allowing us to tell our story the way we want to & to wrap the show on our terms. What an incredible ride this has been!"
Anna Paquin's celebrity public-relations drama "Flack" is coming back for a second season.
The British-American co-production will return for six episodes, and feature newcomers Daniel Dae Kim and Sam Neill.
Renewed: 'Love Island'
"Love Island", the American spin on the popular U.K. reality dating series, has officially been renewed for a second season.
“The intensity of their social media engagement has created tremendous enthusiasm for the series here at the network," CBS said in a press release. "We love the show’s creative execution and can’t wait for next season."
Renewed: '13 Reasons Why'
Netflix has announced its controversial teen suicide drama "13 Reasons Why" has been renewed for a fourth season, which will also be its last. Along with the renewal/cancellation announcement, Netflix has also revealed that the third season will drop on Aug. 23; unlike the first two seasons, the third season will reportedly not surround a suicide.
FX is tossing "Baskets" in the basket. Season four of Zach Galifianakis' comedy will feature the show's series finale. The show was never a ratings darling, but it's critical success earned Galifianakis and co-star Louie Anderson Emmy nominations.
Aubrey Plaza Leads 'Black Bear' Cast
“'Black Bear' is a thriller that depicts broken characters wrestling with a seemingly shattered world that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats,” said director Lawrence Michael Levine, per Deadline. “I am thrilled to have such a talented trio of actors on board.”
Renewed: '9 Months With Courteney Cox'
Facebook Watch can't get enough of Courteney Cox. The video-on-demand service has renewed Cox's weekly pregnancy docu-series for a second season. The famous "Friends" star serves as narrator and commentator for the program. "9 Months With Courteney Cox" follows Americans of various race, religion and class as they self-document their 9-month journey of pregnancy.
Netflix is bringing back “Trinkets” for a second but final season.
The high school drama, based on Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith‘s young-adult novel, will return in 2020 for 10 episodes.
Sarah Goldfinger (“Charmed”) will take over as showrunner for the final episodes.
Renewed: 'Carnival Row'
Amazon's upcoming fantasy series "Carnival Row" hasn't even premiered and it's already been renewed for a second season. Starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, the series is set in a Victorian world filled with mythological creatures forced to immigrate into human cities after exotic homelands were invaded by humanity.
Cancelled: 'The Romanoffs'
"The Romanoffs", the ambitious anthology series from "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner, won't be returning for a second season. Amazon Studios head Jennifer Salke confirmed the news during the streaming service's session at the Television Critics Association press tour in Los Angeles.
Cancelled: 'Too Old to Die Young'
Dark crime drama "Too Old to Die Young", starring Miles Teller as a grieving police officer who finds himself in a criminal underworld teaming with killers, will not be renewed by Amazon for a second season.
Amazon Prime Video is not going forward with a third season of "Patriot", making the announcement during the Television Critics Association press tour. “At this time we don’t have a plan for a new season,” said Amazon Prime Video's co-head of TV, Albert Cheng. “We are not planning a new season.”
Renewed: 'The Girlfriend Experience'
Starz has ordered a third season of "The Girlfriend Experience".
Season 3 will be set in the London tech scene where a young female neuroscientist begins to explore the world of The Girlfriend Experience.
Cancelled: 'Now Apocalypse'
"Now Apocalypse"'s time on Starz has come to an end.
The show make it just one season before Starz COO Jeffrey Hirsch announced the ending at the Television Critics Association press tour.
Renewed: 'Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back'
Gordon Ramsay will remain one of TV's busiest personalties, with Fox renewing "Gordon Ramsay: 24 Hours to Hell & Back" for a third season. The series finds the foul-mouthed celebrity chef travelling throughout the U.S. in his mobile restaurant, Hell on Wheels, to turn around failing restaurants within a 24-hour time frame.
Renewed: 'The Handmaid's Tale'
Hulu will be returning to the horrors of Gilead, with the U.S. streaming service announcing during the Television Critics Association press tour that it's renewed "The Handmaid's Tale" for another season. Based on Margaret Atwood's acclaimed novel, the series has branched beyond the book to follow the resistance efforts of a handmaid named June (a.k.a. Offred, played by Elisabeth Moss) in a dystopian misogynistic future U.S.
Renewed: 'Big Mouth'
Netflix is picking up "Big Mouth" for three more seasons, which will see Nick Kroll's animated comedy continue through to a sixth season. The pickup order is part of a larger deal the streaming service signed with Kroll's new animation production company, Brutus Pink.
Cancelled: 'Will & Grace'
After three revival seasons and 11 overall, "Will & Grace" will come to an end after the upcoming season, set to air on Global in early 2020. “We think of the ‘Will & Grace’ reboot episodes the way Karen Walker thinks of martinis — 51 is not enough, 53 is too many," said the show's exec producers in a statement. "That is why, after consulting with the cast, we all have decided this will be the final season of ‘Will & Grace’.”
Renewed: 'Baroness von Sketch Show'
Canada's own "Baroness von Sketch Show" has landed an early renewal for a fifth season on IFC (the show airs on CBC here in Canada). The renewal was announced just ahead of the series' panel at the Television Critics Association press tour in Los Angeles.
Cancelled: 'Designated Survivor'
"Designated Survivor" is the latest victim of Netflix's shuffling of original scripted programming. The streaming service said the series would not return for a fourth season. “We are proud to have offered fans a third season of 'Designated Survivor', and will continue to carry all three seasons for years to come," Netflix said in a statement. "We’re especially thankful to star and executive producer Kiefer Sutherland, who brought passion, dedication and an unforgettable performance as President Kirkman."
Cancelled: 'Tuca And Bertie'
Another original scripted program cancelled by Netflix is "Tuca and Bertie". The animated program featured Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong as the lead voices. "While 'Tuca and Bertie' won’t have a second season, we’re proud to feature this story on Netflix for years to come," Netflix said in a statement.
Renewed: 'Animal Kingdom'
TNT has renewed gritty drama "Animal Kingdom" for a fifth season, continuing the adventures of the Cody crime family headed by Janine "Smurf" Cody (Ellen Barkin). The fourth season will conclude in early August, with no return date yet set for Season 5.
"Younger" just keeps getting older, with TV Land announcing it's renewing the comedy series for a seventh season. In "Younger", Sutton Foster stars as a 40-something woman who pretends to be in her 20s in order to land her dream job. “Season after season, 'Younger 'has continued to reach new heights and build an incredibly loyal fan base,” said Keith Cox, president of development and production for Paramount Network and TV Land. “We love this talented and amazing cast and can’t wait to see what [series creator] Darren [Starr] has in store for season seven.”
Cancelled: 'The Code'
There is a code blue at CBS and the patient is "The Code". The military drama only lasted one season on the network before it was cancelled. "The Code" concluded with a series low 2.9 million for the finale.
Renewed: 'The Hills: New Beginnings'
It's only the start for "The Hills: New Beginnings".
MTV has announced that the rebooted reality series will be coming back for a second season.
The show is currently airing its first season, with cast members Brody Jenner, Adrian Patridge, Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Whitney Port, Justin Brescia, Stephanie Pratt, Frankie Delgado, Brandon Thomas Lee and Mischa Barton.
Renewed: 'Doom Patrol'
During Comic-Con in San Diego, "Doom Patrol" executive producer Jeremy Carver and star Diane Guerrero announced the DC Comics-inspired show will be returning for a second season. As a bonus, not only will the show air on the DC Universe streaming service, it will also be available on the upcoming HBO Max streaming service, airing simultaneously on both services.
AMC has renewed "NOS4A2" for a second season of the modern vampire story.
During Comic-Con, AMC president David Madden said, “'NOS4A2' has kept viewers on the edge of their seats since its debut, and we are ready to jump right back in to this story for season two."
"Archer" is coming back for season 11.
During the FXX panel at Comic-con, they made the announcement that the animated ex-spy turned space captain will be returning.
No other details about season 11 were released.
Renewed: 'The Boys'
"The Boys" are back on Amazon. The Amazon Original superhero drama has already been renewed for a second season one week ahead of its series premiere on July 26. Filmed in Toronto, "The Boys" takes place in a world where superheroes embrace the dark side of their celebrity and fame.
Renewed: 'Fear The Walking Dead'
Fans are getting a chance to "Fear the Walking Dead" all over again. "The Walking Dead" spin-off has been renewed for a sixth season by AMC. The announcement was made at Friday's Comic-Con panel.
Cancelled: ‘Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’
"Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D." will pack up its bags after seven seasons on ABC. “When you know that’s what you’re doing, you can take greater risks, of life and death,” Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb said of the show's conclusion at Comic-Con. “Those kinds of decisions suddenly now are really on the table because you’re not playing how do we undo this when we get to the next season. You’re playing that this is going to be the end of the story.”
Cancelled: 'She's Gotta Have It'
"She's Gotta Have It" won't be coming back after completing its second season on Netflix, with the streaming service announcing it's not renewing the series based on Spike Lee's 1986 debut. However, this isn't the last Netflix will see of the director. “Spike Lee is one of the greatest filmmakers of all time and we’re thrilled he brought the series 'She’s Gotta Have It' to Netflix,” said Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos. “While this is our last season, we’re very proud that it will be on our service for years to come, and excited to be working with Spike on his upcoming Netflix film 'Da 5 Bloods'.”
Renewed: ‘MasterChef Junior’
“MasterChef Junior” will be back on our televisions for its eighth season, but this time with a twist.
New judge Daphne Oz will replace Christina Tosi on the judges panel, the show’s official Twitter page confirms.
Oz will join chef veterans Gordon Ramsay and Aaron Sanchez.
Controversy has not hurt "Euphoria", with HBO announcing it's renewing the gritty Zendaya-starring teen drama for a second season. “'Euphoria' creator Sam Levinson has built an incredible world with an extraordinary cast led by the supremely talented Zendaya. We are so grateful that he chose HBO as the home for this groundbreaking series,” said Francesca Orsi, EVP, HBO Programming. “We look forward to following these complex characters as their journeys continue through the challenging world they inhabit.”
Cancelled: 'How To Get Away With Murder'
The ABC hit "How To Get Away With Murder" will wrap after its sixth season. During the show's run, star Viola Davis made history by being the first black woman to win an Emmy for Lead Actress in a Drama Series. The final season will air September 26.
Renewed: 'The Society'
YA drama series "The Society" has been picked up for a second season by Netflix.
Starring Kathryn Newton and Sean Berdy, the show is a modern take on 'Lord Of The Flies'. It follows a group of teens who are transported to a copy of their affluent New England town after a school camping trip. The only difference: everyone has vanished, including their parents, and they must figure out how to survive.
After three seasons of tense hostage-negotiation drama, CBS is cancelling "Ransom".
“We’re joyful & lucky to have shared these past three seasons with you,” the show’s official Twitter account wrote. “Unfortunately, we have to bid the CriRes team farewell. We loved telling stories about strong, smart characters resolving conflicts with words instead of violence. Thank you for watching.”
Sarah Jessica Parker is finalizing her "Divorce".
HBO has announced that the comedy series will end after the upcoming third season.
"Divorce" stars Parker and Thomas Haden Church as a couple dealing with the fallout and their new lives after deciding to split up.
Renewed: 'Island of Bryan'
HGTV Canada's "Island of Bryan" is coming back for Season 2.
The show follows builder Bryan Baeumler and his wife, designer Sarah, as they buy an island resort in the Bahamas and attempt to rejuvenate it with the goal of running it as a. luxury paradise in the Caribbean.
Renewed: 'Blood & Treasure'
Global's "Blood & Treasure" has been renewed for a second season.
The series, which premiered in May, stars Matt Barr and Sofia Pernas as an antiques expert and art thief who go on a globe-trotting adventure to catch a terrorist who funds his attacks by stealing treasure.
Renewed: 'One Day At A Time'
Fans were bummed when Netflix decided to cancel this modern-day reboot of Norman Lear's iconic sitcom, but good news arrived a few months later when U.S. cable channel Pop announced plans to rescue the show by ordering a fourth season.
“Three months ago, I was heartbroken with the news of our beloved 'One Day At A Time’s cancellation. Today, I’m overwhelmed with joy to know the Alvarez family will live on,” said Lear. “Thank you to my producing partner, Brent Miller, our incredibly talented co-showrunners, Mike Royce and Gloria Calderón Kellett, and of course, Sony, for never once giving up on the show, our actors or the possibility that a cable network could finally save a cancelled series that originated on a streaming service. And one last thank you to Pop, for having the guts to be that first cable network. Even this I get to experience — at 96.”
It looks like "Power" may be getting a reprieve. In May it was announced that the show's upcoming sixth season would be its last, but that may be about to change.
Executive producer 50 Cent announced on Instagram, "I changed my mind 'Power' is not going to be over after Season 6."
Whether the series will in fact continue before Season 6 has not been confirmed.
Renewed: ‘Total Bellas’
The Bella twins are returning to E! for season 5 of their docuseries “Total Bellas”. The new season starring the WWE stars will air 10 60-minute episodes, premiering in early 2020.
The second season hasn't even premiered, and the Paramount Network has already renewed "Yellowstone" for a third season. The series follows the drama surrounding the Dutton family, led by John Dutton (Costner), who controls the largest contiguous cattle ranch in the U.S.
Cancelled: ‘Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club'
MTV series “Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club” is being cut after only one season because there is not “enough drama.” The news is confirmed by a spokesperson for the “Mean Girls” star who says Lindsay is “not doing another season.” Apparently the beach club itself has been shut down and you can’t have a party without a club!
Netflix is pulling the plug on "Chambers", about a young heart transplant recipient (Sivan Alyra Rose) who becomes obsessed by the mystery surrounding the heart that saved her life.
“Chambers will not return for a second season,” Netflix announced in a statement. “We’re grateful to creator and showrunner Leah Rachel for bringing this story to us and to her fellow executive producers Alfonso Gomez Rejon, Steve Gaghan from Super Emotional, Winnie Kemp and Wolfgang Hammer from Super Deluxe, and Jennifer Yale. We’re also thankful to the tireless crew, and to our incredible cast, especially Uma Thurman, Tony Goldwyn and talented newcomer Sivan Alyra Rose.”
Renewed: 'Queer Eye'
The Fab 5 are coming back for two more seasons.
Netflix has announced that "Queer Eye" has been renewed for Season 4 and 5.
The fourth season, which brings the show back to Kansas City, will debut July 19, 2019.
Season 5 will move the show to Philadelphia, with a debut in 2020.
Ryan Murphy’s hit “Pose” has been renewed for a third season.
Fans of the series got the news just a week into the second season after writers decided to shift the focus away from stars Evan Peters, Kate Mara and James Van Der Beek to the transgender leads.
Renewed: 'L.A.'s Finest'
"L.A.'s Finest", the "Bad Boys"-derived TV drama starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba as a pair of mismatched LAPD detectives, will return for a second season. “We’re thrilled 'L.A.’s Finest' has resonated with our subscribers in such a major way. When I first saw the pilot — a show about two strong women learning to trust and support each other and still getting into plenty of trouble — I knew I’d follow them anywhere,” said Katherine Pope, head of Spectrum Originals. “Kudos to Gabrielle and Jessica, as stars and executive producers, along with creators Brandon Sonnier and Brandon Margolis and everyone else involved, for helping us launch our first original series and making the decision to greenlight a second season incredibly easy.”
Renewed: ‘Russian Doll’
Netflix has renewed hit series “Russian Doll” for a second season.
The streaming giant announced the renewal during the annual Code Conference: “We learned when we had a catalogue of foreign films and not what traditionally Hollywood makes, you realize people have eclectic tastes. It gave us early success. Going into original programming, we wanted content made for the Internet.”
The series stars Natasha Lyonne who also co-created the series.
Renewed: 'Love, Death And Robots'
Netflix has given a second season renewal to Tim Miller and David Fincher's "Love, Death and Robots".
The animated anthology series features adult-themed science-fiction stories from an array of different animators working in unique styles.
"Kung Fu Panda 2" director Jennifer Yuh Nelson will oversee Season 2.
Cancelled: 'The Good Place'
Michael Schur, creator of "The Good Place", announced via Twitter that the show will come to an end after the upcoming fourth season. “After 'The Good Place' was picked up for season two, the writing staff and I began to map out, as best we could, the trajectory of the show," wrote Schur.
“Given the ideas we wanted to explore, and the pace at which we wanted to present those ideas, I began to feel like four seasons — just over 50 episodes — was the right lifespan. At times over the past few years we’ve been tempted to go beyond four seasons, but mostly because making this show is a rare, creatively fulfilling joy, and at the end of the day, we don’t want to tread water just because the water is so warm and pleasant. As such, the fourth season will be our last.”
It's a case of good news, bad news for fans of "Lucifer" with Netflix announcing plans to renew the supernatural series for a fifth season — which will be the final one for the show, which was resurrected by Netflix after its cancellation by Fox, where it aired for three seasons. “We are so incredibly thankful to Netflix for resurrecting our show last season, and now letting us finish the story of Lucifer on our terms,” reads a statement from co-showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich. “Most importantly, we want to thank the fans for their incredible passion and support. The best is yet to come!”
After two seasons of outside-the-box lunacy, "Happy!" has been cancelled, bring to an end the adventures of an unhinged cop-turned-hitman (Christopher Meloni) and his imaginary friend, a tiny flying horse named Happy (voiced by Patton Oswalt).
Cancelled: 'Deadly Class'
Syfy has axed "Deadly Class", following the exploits of an elite private academy where the world's top criminals send their offspring to learn how to be stone-cold assassins.
Cancelled: 'Sneaky Pete'
The Bryan Cranston-created series "Sneaky Pete" is coming to an end after three seasons, with Amazon Prime Video declining to order a fourth season. The show followed a con man (Giovanni Ribisi) who assumes the identity of his former prison cellmate in order to evade being murdered by the mobster he once ripped off.
Cancelled: 'The Ranch'
"The Ranch" is closing its doors on Netflix. The Ashton Kutcher-led series will complete its run with the remaining 20 episodes of season four. "'The Ranch' is coming to an end, but not just yet," Kutcher tweeted. "We’re excited to bring you the final 20 episodes — 10 streaming later this year (2019) on Netflix and then 10 more in 2020."
Renewed: 'Dead To Me'
Netflix's dark comedy series "Dead To Me" will be returning for season 2 to pick up from season 1's cliffhanger. Lead actresses Linda Cardellini and Christina Applegate will reprise their respective roles.
“Dead To Me” follows the unlikely friendship between Jen (Applegate), a sarcastic widow who lost her husband in a hit-and-run and Judy (Cardellini), a free spirit who has suffered her own devastating loss.
Cancelled: 'Silicon Valley'
The upcoming sixth season of "Silicon Valley" will be its last, with series creators Mike Judge and Alec Berg announcing the news in a joint statement. "'Silicon Valley' has been a career and life highlight for us. We'll miss it desperately, but we've always let Pied Piper's journey guide the way, and Season 6 seems to be the fitting conclusion," said the pair. "We are forever indebted to our incredible cast, crew, and partners at HBO. At a certain point, there’s only so much we can do to make the world a better place."
NBC won't be ordering a second round of this sitcom set in a backyard bar run by a woman named Abby (Natalie Morales), which was axed after its debut season.
Cancelled: 'The Village'
NBC won't be returning to "The Village", with the network declining to order a second season of the midseason ensemble drama following the interconnected lives of the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building.
Cancelled: 'The Enemy Within'
Another NBC casualty is "The Enemy Within", featuring former "Dexter" star Jennifer Carpenter as a disgraced ex-CIA operative serving a life sentence for treason when she's reluctantly recruited by a former colleague (Morris Chestnut) to help track down a dangerous criminal she knows intimately. After a lacklustre first season, the network decided not to move forward with a second.
Cancelled: 'A.P. Bio'
School's out for "A.P. Bio", with NBC declining to request a third season of the classroom comedy starring Glenn Howerton ("It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia") as a disgraced Harvard professor who finds himself teaching high-school biology in Toledo, Ohio. The series creator, "SNL" alum Mike O'Brien, announced the news on Twitter, admitting, “This has been the favourite project of my life.”
AMC has announced the cancellation of their sci-fi series "Humans", starring Gemma Chan.
The series, which was a co-production with the UK's Channel 4, ran for three seasons, exploring the implications of a world with true AI beings.
"We know we left some threads hanging. That was the way we always wrote the show. Maybe one day we’ll get a chance to pick them back up," producers Jonathan Brackley and Sam Vincent said in a statement.
Renewed: 'Somebody Feed Phil'
Netflix's "Somebody Feed Phil" is coming back for another 10 episodes.
The show follows the humorous Phil Rosenthal, a Emmy and James Beard Award-winner and Critics’ Choice Award nominee, try foods from around the world while make new and old friends.
Cancelled: 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire'
"Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" is being canned after 22 years on television. The series originally aired from 1992 to 2002 with host Regis Philbin. It moved into syndication in Sept. 2002 and aired a total of 20 seasons.
Cancelled: 'The Tick'
Tick, tock the time is up for "The Tick". Amazon has cancelled the series following a two-season run. Series creator Ben Edlund revealed the news on Twitter. "I’m sorry to say Amazon has chosen not to proceed with [‘The Tick’],” Edlund wrote. “I’m not sorry to say I love this show, its cast, its story, and its message. Destiny demands that my compatriots and I now seek a new home for this series.”
Cancelled: 'Madam Secretary'
"Madam Secretary" is getting one final season before saying goodbye.
CBS announced Wednesday that the Téa Leoni political drama will return for a sixth and final season consisting of 10 episodes in order to close out the story.
At the end of Season 5, Leoni's Elizabeth McCord announced her plans to run for President of the United States.
Renewed: 'Miracle Workers'
Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi's comedy series "Miracle Workers" has been renewed for a second season at TBS.
The series, which also stars Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni, will take an anthology approach for Season 2, shifting the setting to medieval times, centering on a group of villagers trying to stay positive through the dark ages.
Renewed: 'The Last O.G.'
TBS announced Wednesday that it has renewed Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish's comedy series "The Last O.G." for a third season.
The show premiered in 2018 to big ratings for the network. Both Morgan and Haddish will return for Season 3.
Renewed: 'The Bold Type'
Set in the office of a top fashion magazine, "The Bold Type" has been renewed for a fourth season, with the announcement made during Freeform's upfront session.
“On ‘The Bold Type,’ we play characters who are determined to succeed in the New York fashion media business," said series stars Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee and Meghann Fahy. "We balance careers, friendship and love on the daily. But this show is so important to us and our fans because regardless of who you are, we are all just trying to navigate the mess of our lives. And we are so excited to be coming back for season 4! Here’s to more bold stories, friendship and a whole lot of rosé.”
Freeform has renewed the mermaid drama "Siren" for a third season to premiere in 2020.
Currently in its second season, "Siren" stars Eline Powell as a teenage mermaid with a dark secret who appears in the coastal town of Bristol Cove.
Renewed: ‘The Masked Singer’
Fox’s “The Masked Singer”, hosted by Nick Cannon alongside panelists Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke, is making a big comeback for season two. The costumed celebrity singing competition series’ second run will launch on Sunday, Feb. 2 in television’s most prized time slot, right after Super Bowl LIV. Season two will then move back to its regular run time airing on Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
Cancelled: 'The Passage'
The Fox show based on Justin Cronin's trilogy of novels has been cancelled.
The show only ran for one season where they first 10 episodes focused on the kidnapping of a girl from foster care to deliver her to an scientific organization to help cure a disease turning humans into virals. The season finale then jumped 100 years into the future where the virals have taken over.