Renewed: 'Ginny & Georgia'
"Ginny & Georgia" is coming back for season two.
Just a month after Netflix debuted the first season of the mother-daughter drama, the streaming giant renewed the series promising 10 hour-long episodes.
Within its first 28 days, "Ginny & Georgia" brought in more than 52 million viewers.
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Netflix’s “Castlevania” is coming to an end.
The fourth and final season of the medieval fantasy animation will premiere on May 13.
Although fans will soon be saying goodbye to the popular vampire series, Deadline reports that Netflix is eyeing a new show set in the “same 'Castlevania' universe with an entirely new cast of characters.”
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CBS has a quintet of new renewals led by the 19th season of "NCIS". Mark Harmon is expected to return for another round of the flagship crime drama. “NCIS” airs on Global.
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No bull, CBS is renewing "Bull" for its sixth season. The legal drama stars Michael Weatherly as a psychologist and holder of three PH. D.s “Bull” airs on Global.
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"S.W.A.T." scores season five. The program premiered in 2017 with Shemar Moore in the lead role. “S.W.A.T."airs on Global.
Renewed: 'Magnum P.I.'
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The "Magnum P.I." reboot has scored its fourth season on CBS. The action-drama stars Jay Hernandez, Perdita Weeks, Zachary Knighton, Stephen Hill, Amy Hill and Tim King.
Renewed: 'Blue Bloods'
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"NCIS" is not the only long-running drama renewed by the network. "Blue Bloods" hits its dozenth season on CBS.
Renewed: 'Tough As Nails'
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Global's "Tough as Nails" is coming back for more construction fun.
The show, hosted and co-created by Phil Keoghan has been given a two-season renewal, through to season 4.
On the show, blue-collar contestants compete in challenges that place them in real-world job sites.
Tune-in to "Tough as Nails" Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Global.
'Bridgerton' Doubles Up On Renewals
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Netflix is on board the "Bridgerton" train. The streaming giant has renewed Shonda Rhimes' ultra-popular period romance drama for seasons 3 and 4 before season 2 has even aired.
“From the first time I read Julia Quinn’s delicious Bridgerton series, I knew these were stories that would captivate a viewing audience. But the evolution of this adaptation would not be a success without the many significant contributions of the entire Shondaland team," Rhimes said in a statement published by Deadline. “This two-season pickup is a strong vote of confidence in our work and I feel incredibly grateful to have partners as collaborative and creative as Netflix."
Renewed: 'The Hustler'
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The Craig Ferguson-hosted game show "The Hustler", which launched earlier this year, has been renewed for a second season.
The show features five contestants as they collaborate to answer a series of trivia questions, building up their prize pot as they get answers right.
Renewed: 'The Chase'
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Game show "The Chase" has officially been renewed for another season.
Adapted from a British programme, the show premiered in January with nine episodes.
The second season will reportedly be supersized with more episodes.
'The Right Stuff' Cancelled At Disney+
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Disney+ has grounded "The Right Stuff" after just one season.
According to Deadline, the space drama will instead be "shopped" to other networks, with TNT and HBO Max said to be in the mix.
'The Right Stuff' centres on the early days of NASA and the lives of America’s first astronauts.
Cancelled: 'Bless The Harts'
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Fox has cancelled "Bless The Harts".
The show will end after its current second season completes in May.
The Sunday slot will be filled with "Housebroken".
Renewed: 'Young Sheldon'
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"Young Sheldon" gets a trio of renewals, as CBS extends the series through its 2023-2024 broadcast season. The "Big Bang Theory" prequel has aired on the network since 2017 and is currently in its fourth season. It will go until at least season seven.
Renewed: 'Dancing With The Stars'
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"Dancing With The Stars" is coming back for a major milestone with a 30th season.
The beloved ABC reality competition show is also expected to bring back Tyra Banks, who took over from Tom Bergeron as host last season, along with judges Len Goodman, Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli.
Cancelled: 'American Gods'
Starz has cancelled "American Gods" after three seasons.
The show has faced troubles over the years, including recently dropping recurring star Marilyn Manson in the wake of the abuse allegations.
There is talk of a event series or movie to wrap up the drama.
Renewed: 'Who Killed Sara'
Netflix has renewed "Who Killed Sara" just days after its first season premiered on the streaming platform.
The series follows Alex as he's framed for his sister's murder and embarks on a revenge-fuelled hunt to find the real culprit.
Season two is set for a May premiere.
Renewed: 'FBI' & 'FBI: Most Wanted'
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CBS is bringing back the "FBI" franchise.
The network renewed the hit series "FBI" for a fourth season and "FBI: Most Wanted" for its third.
CBS has also given a series order to their new instalment "FBI: International".
Renewed: 'Resident Alien'
Syfy has renewed its hit comedy-drama TV series "Resident Alien" for a second season.
The show stars Alan Tudyk and is about to finish up its first season as the most-watched new cable drama over the past year.
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FX has renewed its hit drug drama "Snowfall" for a fifth season.
The news comes midway through "Snowfall"s fourth season four, as ratings went up 41 per cent since season three.
"Snowfall" stars Damson Idris, Carter Hudson, Amin Joseph and more.
Renewed: 'Mr. Mayor'
NBC has renewed the Ted Danson-led comedy "Mr. Mayor" for season 2.
The news comes after season 1 of the comedy from Tina Fey and Robert Carlock delivered decent ratings.
"Mr. Mayor" stars Danson, Holly Hunter, Vella Lovell, Mike Cabellon, Kyla Kenedy and Bobby Moynihan.
Renewed: 'The Drew Barrymore Show'
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After a successful launch, Global's "The Drew Barrymore Show" has officially been renewed for a second season.
“We launched this show in a pandemic, which made for a crazy, wonderful journey I never expected,” Barrymore says. “This is my dream job, and I feel so lucky to get to do this for another year. I am so grateful to CBS Media Ventures and all our station partners for believing in us.”
CBS Media Ventures president Steve LoCascio adds, “The show truly embodies Drew’s spirit, and we’re thrilled to be able to continue to provide our stations and viewers with another high-quality season this fall.”
Cancelled: 'Iyanla Vanzant'
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Iyanla Vanzant is saying goodbye.
After eight seasons, OWN's hit series "Iyanla: Fix My Life" is coming to an end with a two-hour farewell special on May 22.
"The time I have spent creating and working on 'Fix My Life' has been nothing short of phenomenal,” Vanzant said. “In my heart of hearts, I believe that 'Fix My Life' has contributed to the creation of a new genre of television programming, where people get to speak and see how to address issues that have been taboo."
Oprah Winfrey added, “The minute Iyanla stepped onto the stage of 'The Oprah Show', I knew she had a talent that was meant to be shared and I am glad that she created the perfect vehicle to provide OWN viewers with her healing magic.”
Renewed: 'Peppa Pig'
Peppa Pig and her brother George will continue their adventures through 2027. The "Peppa Pig" series has been renewed for an additional 104 episodes, which will be broadcast over the next six years. However, Astley Baker Davies, the animation studio behind the original series, will hand things over to UK-based studio Karrot for the new episodes. All voice talent, music, and visual style will remain unchanged.
Cancelled: 'World Of Dance'
"World of Dance" has been cancelled by NBC after four seasons.
The show was judged by Ne-Yo, Derek Hough and Jennifer Lopez, who also executive produced.
With production on the sixth season of "Outlander" currently underway, Starz has ordered a seventh.
The 12-episode season will be based on the seventh novel in author Diana Gabaldon's book series, "An Echo in the Bone".
Renewed: 'Selling Sunset'
Netflix has renewed the reality series "Selling Sunset" for five seasons.
The show is set in the world of high-end Los Angeles real estate and follows realtors from The Oppenheim Group.
Renewed: 'Bling Empire'
After a smash hit first season, the Netflix reality series "Bling Empire" will officially be returning for a second season.
The series follows a group of wealthy and wild Asian-American friends through their lives and adventures in Los Angeles.
Netflix's Emmy-nominated show “Special” is getting supersized for its second and final season.
While the first season of the show featured short, 15-minute episodes, the previously announced second season, premiering May 20, will see episodes grow to 30 minutes in length.
"People will be surprised that Special is ending but this is just the tip!" creator, star and showrunner Ryan O'Connell said. "I'm not finished telling stories about disability. I'm not finished telling queer stories. This is really just a beginning of a new chapter, so hang tight, baby, I'm coming!"
Renewed: 'The Equalizer'
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After just four episodes and hit ratings, Global's "The Equalizer", starring Queen Latifah, is coming back for a second season.
Based on the classic series of the same name, Latifah plays Robyn McCall, a woman who uses skills gained from her mysterious background as a CIA agent to help people in need.
Cancelled: 'Queen Of The South'
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The USA Network drama "Queen of the South" is set to end with its upcoming fifth season.
The show, which stars Alice Braga as a woman forced to flee to America from Mexican drug cartels who rises to the head of her own drug empire, was renewed for season 5 in 2019.
Production was halted in March 2020 due to the pandemic.
Its final, 10-episode season will premiere April 7.
Renewed: 'The Simpsons'
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The longest-running primetime scripted series in TV history will be going even longer.
"The Simpsons" has been given a renewal through 2023 with seasons 33 and 34.
“Woo Hoo! With any luck the show will soon be older than I am,” said Homer Simpson.
Creator Matt Groening added, “Everyone at The Simpsons is thrilled to be renewed once more, and we are planning lots of big surprises. Homer will lose a hair, Milhouse will get contact lenses, and Bart will celebrate his tenth birthday for the 33rd time.”
Renewed: 'Steve on Watch'
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Facebook Watch has ordered 20 more weeks of Steve Harvey's popular talk show "Steve on Watch", Deadline confirms.
The season is set to premiere later this year and will return to taping in front of a live audience where local pandemic guidelines will allow.
"Steve On Watch" features Harvey giving his take on "the everyday issues affecting his audience," as well as interviews with numerous stars.
Renewed: 'Superman & Lois'
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After airing just one episode, the new DC superhero series "Superman & Lois" has been renewed for season 2.
The show stars Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch as the iconic hero and his longtime love interest.
Renewed: 'Making The Cut'
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Global fashion competition series "Making the Cut" has been renewed for a second season to premiere on Amazon Prime Video this summer.
Hosted by Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, the stars will be joined by Canadian supermodel Winnie Harlow and Moschino Creative Director Jeremy Scott, along with more surprises judges and cameos throughout the season.
Renewed: 'Late Night With Seth Meyers'
Seth Meyers' "Late Night" will be sticking around NBC for a few more years, thanks to a new deal that will carry Meyers through until 2025.
In addition, Meyers' production company — Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions — has also signed an overall first-look development deal with Universal Studio Group through 2025.
“Seth is a rare talent who makes America laugh and think every night,” said Katie Hockmeyer, EVP of late night programming, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. “His ‘Closer Look’ segments are classic combinations of comedy with commentary. Seth is a brilliant stand-up comedian, interviewer and political commentator. His voice matters more now than ever.”
Netflix has renewed the Spanish-language drama "Elite" for a fifth season.
Season 4 still doesn't have a premiere date.
A synopsis for the show reads, "When three working-class teens enrol in an exclusive private school in Spain, the clash between them and the wealthy students leads to murder."
Cancelled: 'The Twilight Zone'
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"The Twilight Zone" is signing off after a two-season run on CBS All Access. The reboot of the classic Rod Serling anthology series was led by Jordan Peele, who acted as exec producer and, like Serling, as host.
The cancellation comes as the CBS All Access streaming service transitions to its new rebranded identity as Paramount+.
"Jordan Peele, Simon Kinberg and the entire production team truly reimagined 'The Twilight Zone' for the modern age," Paramount+ head of programming Julie McNamara said in a statement. "They upheld the classic series' legacy of socially conscious storytelling and pushed today's viewers to explore all new dimensions of thought-provoking and topical themes that we hope will resonate with audiences for years to come."
Renewed: 'Stanley Tucci: Searching For Italy'
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"Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy" has been picked up by CNN for a second season.
The series chronicles Tucci's travels across Italy, with him set to explore the culinary delights and cultures of several new regions in the upcoming season.
Renewed: 'Holey Moley'
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After two successful seasons, the mini-golf competition show "Holey Moley" has received a two-season renewal, carrying it through to season 4.
The series, which premiered in 2019 with a 10-episode season, previously had its season season extended to 13 episodes last summer.
Renewed: 'Fate: The Winx Saga'
It's back to boarding school for the sophomore season of 'Fate: The Winx Saga". Netflix has renewed the coming-of-age fairy series for an eight-episode second season.
“The six episodes in season 1 only scratched the surface of this incredibly rich world and the powerful fairies who inhabit it,” showrunner Brian Young said in a statement to Deadline. “As Bloom’s story continues to evolve, I can’t wait for you to learn even more about Aisha, Stella, Terra and Musa. And you never know who might show up at Alfea next term.”
Cancelled: 'NCIS: New Orleans'
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It's last call for "NCIS: New Orleans", which will be wrapping up at the end of the current season, it's seventh.
"It has been our sincere pleasure and honour to work on this show and with this incredible cast and crew for over 150 episodes,” said executive producers Christopher Silber and Jan Nash, who were recently announced to be developing a Hawaii-set "NCIS" spinoff for the network. “As disappointed as we are to see 'NOLA' end, we couldn’t be prouder of the work we’ve done and are grateful to the spectacular and resilient Crescent City that embraced us for seven wonderful years.”
Added star/exec producer Scott Bakula: “Sad to end our love affair with this phenomenal city but so grateful for all the friends we made along the way. I will miss the music. Big thank you to CBS for seven years.”
The series finale of "NCIS: New Orleans" will air May 16 on Global.
Renewed: 'The Neighborhood'
Global's "The Neighborhood" is coming back for a fourth.
The sitcom starring Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield about a family from the Midwest who move to a new neighbourhood and stir up trouble with their extreme friendliness.
Renewed: Bob Hearts Abishola
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The Chuck Lorre-produced sitcoms "Bob Hearts Abishola" has been given the green light for a third season.
The show stars Billy Gardell, who after ending up in hospital due to a mild heart attack, falls in love his a nurse, played by Folake Olowofoyeku.
Renewed: 'Search Party'
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"Search Party" will be returning for a fifth season on HBO Max.
The news of the renewal for the series comes about two weeks after the final episodes of season four debuted.
"Search Party" stars Alia Shawkat, John Reynolds, John Early and Meredith Hagner.
Cancelled: 'Lou Dobbs Tonight'
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Fox Business News has abruptly cancelled "Lou Dobbs Tonight" after months of controversy over host Lou Dobbs perpetuating easily disproven conspiracy theories of election fraud claiming that Donald Trump, and not Joe Biden, won the U.S. presidential election.
Not coincidentally, Dobbs' firing came one day after Fox News was hit with a $2.7 billion launched by Smartmatic, the company behind the voting machines that Dobbs and other Fox News hosts had been disparaging. Smartmatic has also filed similar lawsuits against Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and "kraken" attorney Sidney Powell, seeking an additional $1.3 billion in damages.
Cancelled: 'Wynonna Earp'
"Wynonna Earp" will end after season four on Syfy.
The show originally debuted in 2016 and has had fans rallying around it multiple times to prevent cancellation.
The last six episodes will start airing on March 5, with the finale on April 9.
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It’s only been on the air for a few weeks, but The CW’s “Walker” has already earned an early renewal for a second season, in addition to ordering five additional episodes for the first season.
The network’s reboot of Chuck Norris’ classic “Walker, Texas Ranger” starring Jared Padalecki (“Supernatural”) has been an out-of-the-box hit, with CW president Mark Pedowitz noting in the announcement that "we are particularly pleased with the huge success of the launch of ‘Walker’, which debuted as our most watched series premiere in five years.”
Renewed: ‘The Flash’
There’s just no stopping The CW’s lightning-paced superhero series “The Flash”, which will be zooming back for an eighth season.
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What started off as a spinoff of "The Vampire Diaries" has gone on to become a standalone hit in its own right.
The CW is celebrating the success of "Legacies" by awarding the show a fourth season.
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A big time jump rocked the current season of “Riverdale”, and The CW will be continuing the story, announcing an early renewal to bring the show back for a sixth season.
Renewed: ‘In the Dark’
The story of a hard-drinking blind woman with a knack for solving crimes has clearly connected with viewers. The CW announced plans for an early renewal, with “In the Dark” set to return for another season, its fourth.
Renewed: ‘Roswell, New Mexico’
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The CW’s aliens-in-the-desert immigration allegory has been developing a loyal fanbase, which has led the network to announce plans to renew the show for a fourth season.
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With new star Jacivia Leslie earning raves for her portrayal of the new saviour of Gotham City (replacing original series star Ruby Rose, who departed after just one season), “Batwoman” has gained an early renewal for a third season.
Renewed: ‘Nancy Drew’
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Blending supernatural elements into the tale of the iconic teen sleuth proved to be a winning idea, leading to a third-season renewal by The CW.
Renewed: ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’
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The cast has certainly fluctuated since its first season, but viewership has been solid enough that The CW has announced its renewing this slick superhero series for a seventh season.
This high school football series has already earned critical acclaim, and now it’s earning a renewal. According to an announcement from The CW, Daniel Ezra and the rest of the cast will be back for a fourth season.
Rebooting one of the most iconic series of the 1980s proved to be a wise choice for The CW, which is renewing “Dynasty” for an upcoming fifth season.
The third season has been a charmed one for the Charmed Ones, who are being invited back by The CW for a fourth season.
Renewed: ‘On My Block’
“On My Block” is coming back for a fourth season.
Netflix announced this final season will consist of 10 episodes and will resume filming in early March.
It is unclear if the final season will air this year or next.
'I Can See Your Voice'
Ken Jeong's "I Can See Your Voice" is a hit, and Fox is renewing the musical game show for a second season.
“'I Can See Your Voice' is such a deeply fun and genuinely suspenseful show, with the amazing Ken Jeong at the heart of it,” said Rob Wade, Fox's president of alternative entertainment & specials. “We are so grateful to our producers, James McKinlay and Craig Plestis, along with the entire crew, who brought this show to life and are working to make season two even bigger and better.”
Renewed: 'The Bold Type'
Freeform will be bringing back "The Bold Type" for a fifth and final season.
The female-led drama, set in the offices of a women's fashion magazine, airs in Canada on ABC Spark.
Renewed: 'Love Island'
CBS is tripling down on "Love Island", renewing the romance reality show for a third season.
The show features a group of singleton “Islanders” looking to hook up while situated in a tropical paradise. The second season, however, tweaked the format due to the pandemic, with all the participants sequestered within a bubble at a Las Vegas hotel.
Renewed: 'Red Table Talk: The Estefans'
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The Estefans are coming back to the table, with plenty of guests in tow.
Facebook Watch has officially ordered 12 new episodes of "Red Table Talk: The Estefans", the intimate talk show featuring Gloria Estefan, her daughter Emily and niece Lili.
Produced by original "Red Table Talk" creator Jada Pinkett Smith, the first season of the show has featured guests like Rosie O'Donnell, Michelle Rodriguez, Kate del Castillo and more, talking about everything from sexuality and coming out, to grief and mental health.
Renewed: 'Too Hot To Handle'
Netflix has renewed "Too Hot To Handle" for two more seasons, Deadline reports.
There are set to be some changes to the show, with it being filmed in a different location and being made by a different Fremantle production company; Thames, not Talkback like the first season.
The upcoming seasons will reportedly be filmed on the Turks and Caicos Islands, while the first was shot in Mexico.
Renewed: 'The Blacklist'
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"The Blacklist" is coming back for season 9.
The news from NBC comes just three episodes into the eighth season of the hit series.
James Spader, Megan Boone, and more beloved stars are set to return.
Apple TV+ Renews ‘Tehran’ For Season 2
Israeli spy-drama “Tehran” is returning for a second season.
The series follows a female Mossad agent who goes undercover on a dangerous mission in Tehran.
The renewal of the espionage thriller comes four months after the show premiered to rave reviews on Apple TV+.
Renewed: 'The Weakest Link'
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We're not saying goodbye to "The Weakest Link" just yet.
NBC has renewed the hit game show for a 13-episode second season.
Jane Lynch will also return to host.
Renewed: 'Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City' To Return
Andy Cohen just confirmed "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" will be returning for a second season.
"Oh, they're coming back for a season 2!" Cohen told his guests on "Watch What Happens Live".
Renewed: 'Saved By The Bell'
School will remain in session for the students of Bayside High. NBC's U.S. streaming platform Peacock has ordered a second season of the rebooted "Saved By The Bell", which features a diverse new cast and original series stars Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley Lauren. Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani Thiessen, and Lark Voorhies have all made guest appearances in the show's first season. The critically praised series is available on StackTV and W Network in Canada.
Cancelled: 'Peaky Blinders'
"Peaky Blinders" is coming to an end.
Writer/creator Steven Knight confirmed the beloved drama will conclude after season 6: "'Peaky' is back and with a bang. After the enforced production delay due to the COVID pandemic, we find the family in extreme jeopardy and the stakes have never been higher," he said, via Deadline. "We believe this will be the best series of all and are sure that our amazing fans will love it."
Knight added, "While the TV series will be coming to an end, the story will continue in another form.”
Renewed: 'Animal Kingdom'
"Animal Kingdom" has been renewed for a sixth season, which will also been its last.
The fifth season of the gritty crime drama, headlined by Shawn Hatosy, is expected to debut sometime in the summer of 2021.
Renewed: 'Queen Sugar'
"Queen Sugar" is bringing that sweet, sweet drama back to OWN for a sixth season. Show creator Ava DuVernay confirmed the news on Thursday, Jan. 14.
“What a joy and an honour to continue the stories of Queen Sugar with our partners at OWN and Warner Bros," DuVernay said in a statement. "On behalf of every producer, editor, costumer, grip, writer, cast member and all departments involved in making this series, we’re delighted to delve into a sixth season and to bring our beautiful audience more of the Bordelon family.”
The fifth season of Issa Rae's HBO hit, "Insecure", will be the show's last. In an announcement, Rae revealed that she had always planned on only doing five seasons of the much-beloved series and that production on season 5 was set to begin in late January 2021. The show first debuted in October 2016 and was based on Rae's online series, "Awkward Black Girl". "Insecure" received four Emmy nominations last year.
Cancelled: 'The Haves and the Have Nots"
Debuting on OWN in 2013, Tyler Perry's "The Haves and the Have Nots" will be concluding at the end of the current eighth season.
"'The Haves and the have Nots' was the first scripted drama we aired on OWN, and to say it took off from the first day it hit the air is an understatement," said OWN founder Oprah Winfrey in a statement. "It's all due to one man's creativity and very vivid imagination, a man I refer to as my 'big little brother,' Tyler Perry. I thank Tyler, the incredible cast, the tireless crew and every single viewer who watched with bated breath each week and tweeted along with us these past eight years. I will be watching alongside you all during this final season."
Renewed: 'Canada's Drag Race'
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Get ready to sashay away all over again.
"Canada's Drag Race" will be coming back for season 2 this year, with production set to get underway in the coming months.
Renewed: 'His Dark Materials'
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HBO and BBC One have ordered a third and final season of "His Dark Materials".
The upcoming eight-episode season is set to close the story.
Terence Stamp, Jade Anouka and Simone Kirby are set to join series regulars Ariyon Bakare, Andrew Scott, Will Keen, Ruta Gedmintas and Lin-Manuel Miranda for the final episodes.
Renewed: ‘B Positive’
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Chuck Lorre's "B Positive" has been given another five episodes on CBS.
After 13 episodes of the Thomas Middleditch and Annaleigh Ashford led show, the back order will complete a full season.
Renewed: 'The Wilds'
The YA drama "The Wilds" has been renewed for a second season by Amazon Prime Video.
The show stars Helena Howard, Rachel Griffiths, David Sullivan, Troy Winbush and more.
Renewed: 'The Flight Attendant'
"The Flight Attendant" will be taking flight for a second season, with HBO Max announcing its renewing the dark comedy. The plot surrounds a hard-drinking flight attendant (Kaley Cuoco of "The Big Bang Theory") who wakes up after a booze-filled night with a stranger only to find him dead in bed — with no memory of what took place.
“We are delighted that the show has resonated so strongly with audiences and critics,” said HBO chief content officer Casey Bloys.
Renewed: 'Virgin River'
"Virgin River" will be returning to Netflix for a 10-episode third season — good news for fans, given the second season ended with a massive cliffhanger.
The series is based on a series of bestselling Harlequin books focused on nurse practitioner Melinda Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge), who's moved to the remote California town of Virgin River in search of a fresh start, only to discover that living in a small town is far more complicated than her expectations.
Renewed: 'Locke & Key'
Netflix is renewing "Locke & Key" for a third season, just as production in Toronto is wrapping on the second.
After their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances, the three Locke siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father's death. As the Locke children explore the different keys and their unique powers, a mysterious demon awakens — and will stop at nothing to steal them.
Renewed: 'Kids Say The Darndest Things'
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Kids aren't done saying outrageous things just yet.
CBS has ordered a second season of the revival series "Kids Say the Darndest Things", hosted by Tiffany Haddish.
The show had previously been cancelled by ABC earlier this year following its first season. CBS previously ran the original version of the series from 1998 to 2000, hosted by Bill Cosby.
Renewed: 'Full Frontal With Samantha Bee'
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Samantha Bee isn't done sticking it to those in power just yet.
The Canadian-American comedian's show "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" has been renewed for a sixth season at TBS.
"It’s a huge honor to get to keep doing this crazy smart and silly show for a sixth season,” Bee said in a statement, joking, “Is it official though? Are we still waiting for Pennsylvania to certify the sixth season?”
Apple TV+ is renewing M. Night Shyamalan's "Servant" for a third season, ahead of the second season premiere on Jan. 15, 2021.
Viewers of the psychological thriller have been told to expect the second season to take a supernatural twist.
Renewed: 'The Kelly Clarkson Show'
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After more than a year on the air, "The Kelly Clarkson Show" has been renewed through 2023.
The show, which is headed into its second season, is the most watched new daytime talk show in seven years.
Episodes feature a mix of celebrity guests, everyday people, games, performances, and host Kelly Clarkson's signature "Kellyoke" covers.
Marvel’s Hulu drama “Helstrom” has been cancelled after one season.
The supernatural series, which was based on the comic of the same name, just wrapped season one in October.
Renewed: 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'
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"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" has been renewed for another four seasons, taking the series to 18 seasons total.
This will make it the longest running live action scripted comedy.
Renewed: 'The Handmaid's Tale'
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Hulu has renewed "The Handmaid's Tale" for a fifth season ahead of the season four premiere.
The first three seasons have racked up 54 Emmy nominations.
Netflix has pulled the plug on their adult animated series "Hoops" after just one season.
The show premiered on the streamer on Aug. 21, starring "New Girl"'s Jake Johnson, Rob Riggle and more.
Renewed: 'For All Mankind'
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Apple TV+ plus has given the green light for a third season of the alternate history space race drama "For All Mankind".
The second season of the show was delayed after filming shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is set to debut Feb. 19.
Renewed: 'The Family Business'
The BET+ streaming service has renewed "The Family Business" for a third season. Based on the crime novel by Carl Weber, Ernie Hudson stars as the patriarch of the Duncans, an upstanding New York family whose exotic car dealership is actually a front for far more illegal activities.
It's official: the current sixth season of NBC comedy "Superstore" (which airs in Canada on Global) will be its last.
"We're grateful to Universal Television and NBC for letting us make 113 episodes of a show we're so proud of, and for giving us the chance to work with such an incredibly talented group of actors, writers and crew," said executive producers Justin Spitzer, Gabe Miller and Jonathan Green in a joint statement. "We're thankful most of all to the viewers who've stuck with us for the past six years (or discovered us somewhere along the way). We'll do our best to go out strong and give you the satisfying ending you deserve."
Renewed: 'Fear The Walking Dead'
Fans of zombie-stabbing dramas are in for some good news. AMC has announced that "Fear the Walking Dead" is being renewed for a seventh season.
Renewed: 'Masked Singer'
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"Masked Singer" will be back for a fifth season on Fox. In a pleasant surprise for "Community" fans, "Masked Singer" panelist Ken Jeon and Joel McHale will reunite to emcee Fox's New Year's Eve telecast.
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Amazon's "Utopia" has been cancelled after one season.
The show was about a group of comic book fans who find a deadly pandemic and was a remake of the British series by the same name.
An official reason for cancellation was not given but many found it hit too close to home.
Cancelled: 'One Day At A Time'
"One Day At A Time", the former Netflix comedy, has been cancelled.
The reboot of Norman Lear's 1975 beloved series was previously cancelled by the streaming giant before being picked up by ViacomCBS for a fourth season. Filming of the fourth and final season was cut short earlier this year due to COVID-19.
Renewed: 'The Expanse'
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Amazon has officially renewed hit sci-fi series "The Expanse" for a sixth and final season.
The early renewal comes ahead of the debut of season 5 in December.
Not returning for the final season is Canadian actor Has Anvar, who faced a number of sexual misconduct allegations over the summer.
Cancelled: 'Black Lightning'
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When "Black Lightning" returns with its fourth season in February 2021, that will be the series' last.
"When we first started the 'Black Lighting 'journey, I knew that Jefferson Pierce and his family of powerful Black women would be a unique addition to the superhero genre. The love that Blerds and all comic book fans around the globe have shown this series over the past three seasons proved what we imagined, Black people want to see themselves in all their complexities," showrunner/exec producer Salim Akil said in a statement. "Thank you to the phenomenal cast, writers and crew without whom none of this would’ve been possible. I’m incredibly proud of the work we’ve been able to do and the moments we’ve been able to create in bringing DC’s first African-American family of superheroes to life for the culture."
However, The CW is already working on developing a "Black Lightning" spinoff, "Painkiller", with Jordan Calloway to reprise his role as Khalil Payne, a.k.a. Painkiller, to be spun off as a backdoor pilot and be the seventh episode in the upcoming season.
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Hulu has renewed the Larmone Morris-led comedy "Woke" for a second season, just two months after its series premiere.
In the show, inspired by the life of artist Keith Knight, Morris plays Keef, a cartoonist on the brink of success whose worldview gets turned upside down after a brush with law enforcement.
The series also stars Blake Anderson, Sasheer Zamata and Rose McIver.
Cancelled: 'The Order'
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"The Order" won't be conjuring up a third season.
Netflix is cancelling the series, about a secret order of witches at war against a secret society of werewolves.
Series creator Dennis Heaton confirmed the cancellation on Twitter, writing, “For two seasons, I was honoured to work with an incredible cast and crew on 'The Order' for Netflix… Unfortunately, we aren’t returning, but I will always cherish the memories and the props I stole. Thank you all for watching.”
'Space Force' Returns For Season 2
Steve Carell’s ‘Space Force’ is flying back to Netflix after being renewed for a second season.
Production on the show will relocate from L.A. to Vancouver in order to reduce costs, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Both co-created by and starring Carell, the show was inspired by Trump's order to establish the space force as the sixth military branch.
A return date has not yet been set, but filming will begin next year.