Renewed: 'Are You Afraid Of The Dark?'
Nickelodeon is ready to terrify kids once again with the approval of "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" season 2.
According to producers, the new series will follow "a new Midnight Society group of kids who tell a chilling tale, only to witness the events of the terrifying story start to unfold around them."
It's not yet clear which members of the original cast will return for the second season.
Renewed: 'Ellen's Game Of Games'
Ellen DeGeneres is coming back to primetime for a new season of games.
NBC has renewed "Ellen's Game of Games" for a fourth season of the show, which featured supersized versions of the popular games from her daytime talk show.
“I’m so excited. I love this show so much,” DeGeneres said announcing the renewal. “It makes me so happy. I love games. It combines all my favourite things: prizes and surprises. I’m sure you’ve seen it but if you haven’t, you’ve been missing out. We can’t wait to get started on the next round of episodes.”
Netflix has cancelled its revenge comedy “Insatiable” after only two seasons. It confirmed the cancellation after cast member Alyssa Milano tweeted “We will not be coming back, sadly."
“Insatiable” was originally developed at the CW before Netflix picked up the series.
Renewed: 'Avenue 5'
The voyage of "Avenue 5" will continue on HBO. The network has renewed the Hugh Laurie and Josh Gad-led sci-fi comedy for a second season.
The NBC comedy about beleaguered employees at a big-box store is coming back for a sixth season. The show stars America Ferrera and Ben Feldman.
Renewed: 'The Good Doctor'
"The Good Doctor" is coming back to fight another day.
ABC has renewed the medical drama starring Freddie Highmore for a fourth season to premiere this fall.
Renewed: ‘Sex Education’
Less than a month after the premiere of season 2, the raunchy comedy has been renewed for a third season by Netflix. The Asa Butterfield-starring show’s third season is set to air in 2021.
Cancelled: 'Ray Donovan'
Expectations that Showtime would be bringing back "Ray Donovan" for an eighth and final season were scuttled when the network announced the series had been cancelled. "After seven incredible seasons, Ray Donovan has concluded its run on Showtime,” the network said in a statement. “We are proud that the series ended amid such strong viewership and on such a powerful note. Our deepest thanks go to Liev Schreiber, Jon Voight, showrunner David Hollander and the entire cast and crew, past and present, for their dedicated work.”
Cancelled: 'Spinning Out'
"Spinning Out" is down for the count. Netflix has cancelled the competitive figure skating drama after just one season. The streaming service analyzed one month of viewership data before reaching its conclusion.
Netflix has cancelled the Jenna Dewan-led series "Soundtrack" after one season.
The series, originally developed for Fox, premiered in December and starred Dewan next to Callie Hernandez.
Renewed: 'The Young and the Restless'
Long-running Global daytime drama "The Young and the Restless" has been renewed for four more seasons, taking the show through to the 2023-2024 broadcast season. “Having the #1 show for any length of time in any daypart is a tremendous accomplishment,” said CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl. “But 'The Young and the Restless' has been daytime’s top drama for over three decades. The last time any other show was on top, Ronald Reagan was president, and the Berlin Wall was still standing. It’s a remarkable achievement and a testament to the extraordinary cast, gifted writers, talented producers and supremely passionate fans, as well as our tremendous partnership with Sony Pictures Television.” "Y&R" airs weekdays at 4 p.m. ET/PT on Global.
Renewed: 'Days Of Our Lives'
NBC's long-running daytime drama "Days of Our Lives" has been renewed for a 56th season. “We are most grateful to NBC for their enduring faith in the future of ‘Days of our Lives,’ and we are excited to continue delivering compelling stories to our loyal family of fans into this new decade,” said exec producer Ken Corday.
Renewed: ‘Red Table Talk’
Fans of the Facebook Watch talk show can look forward to another two years -- ‘Red Table Talk’ has been extended to 2022. The show features Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne Banfield as hosts.
Facebook Watch is also adding a new show “Red Table Talk: The Estefans” to the franchise. The new show will be hosted by Gloria Estefan, her daughter, Emily, and niece Lili.
Renewed: 'American Ninja Warrior'
Fans can buckle up in preparation for a new season of "American Ninja Warrior", with NBC confirming it's renewed the series for a 12th season that will air this summer.
Renewed: 'Home Before Dark'
Apple TV+ is showing some faith in its upcoming series "Home Before Dark", renewing the drama for a second season, months before the first is scheduled to air. The series is inspired by the reporting of young investigative journalist Hilde Lysiak, and will premiere on April 3.
Renewed: 'Running Wild with Bear Grylls'
Bear Grylls will be "Running Wild" for another season, with the National Geographic channel announcing the pickup at the Television Critics Association press tour.
Renewed: 'Brain Games'
Keegan-Michael Key will be returning to host more "Brain Games", with the National Geographic Channel announcing the show has been renewed for another season.
Renewed: 'The World According to Jeff Goldblum'
Look for Jeff Goldblum to continue his oddball adventures throughout the world, with Disney+ announcing plans to pick up "The World According to Jeff Goldblum" for a second season.
Freeform's spinoff of "black-ish", the college-set "grown-ish", has been picked up for a fourth season. The comedy focuses on the solo adventures of eldest Johnson child Zoe (Yara Shahidi) as she navigates college life.
Renewed: 'Good Trouble'
Freeform has pulled the trigger on a third season of "Good Trouble", the network's spinoff of "The Fosters".
Hulu is giving its comedy series "Dollface", starring Kat Dennings, a second season, calling the show one of its "best performing new binge series for subscriber engagement."
The show, about a young woman dealing with her broken heart and wild imagination in the face of a breakup, also stars Brenda Song, Shay Mitchell and Esther Povitsky.
Renewed: 'Wu-Tang: An American Saga'
The story of Wu-Tang Clan isn't done yet.
Hulu has given its biographical series "Wu-Tang: An American Saga" a renewal for a second season.
The series chronicles the formation and rise of the iconic hip-hop group in the early '90s, and stars Ashton Sanders, Shameik Moore and others.
The Jessica Biel-starring conspiracy thriller "Limetown" won't be back for a second season, with Facebook Watch announcing the series won't be renewed. Also cancelled: "Sorry For Your Loss", starring Elizabeth Olsen. According to reports, the latter show is being shopped around to other networks and streaming services, and could find another home.
Renewed: 'Better Call Saul'
The adventures of Jimmy McGill, a.k.a. Saul Goodman, will conclude after a sixth and final season. During the Television Critics Association press tour, AMC announced the critically acclaimed "Breaking Bad" spinoff was renewed for one more season, which will be its last. Look for the final season to air sometime in 2021.
Renewed: 'American Dad!'
"American Dad!" will surpass 300 episodes as TBS renews the animated series for two more seasons. The Seth MacFarlane-created series aired on Fox for 11 seasons before moving to TBS in 2014.
Renewed: 'Nora From Queens'
Awkwafina's comedy "Nora From Queens" hasn't even made its TV debut, but it's already been renewed for a second season. "We are in awe of Awkwafina’s creative genius on every level and we could not be more excited to embark on a season two with the entire Lin family in Awkwafina is 'Nora From Queens',” said Comedy Central co-heads of originals Sarah Babineau and Jonas Larsen in a statement announcing the series' early renewal.
Netflix’s psychological thriller “You” will be back for a third season in 2021. Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti will reprise their roles as the troubled bookstore manager Joe Goldberg and his partner Love Quinn.
Renewed: 'One Day At A Time'
"One Day at a Time" lives to see another day, just not on Netflix. Pop TV announced on Jan. 13 that season four of "One Day at a Time" will premiere on March 24 following its cancellation by Netflix.
"Billions" has been renewed for a fifth season for Showcase.
Julianna Margulies and Corey Stoll will join the cast for the new season, along with series regulars Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis.
"Billions" returns to Showcase on May 3.
RENEWED: 'The L Word'
Showcase "The L Word: Generation Q" has the green light to return for a second season.
The hit revival, which will wrap its first season this month, has been given another 10-episode run.
The original series aired between 2004 and 2009.
Renewed: ‘Star Trek: Picard’
"Star Trek: Picard" has been renewed for a second season.
Season one of the show will premiere on Jan. 23, 2020.
Renewed: 'New Amsterdam'
NBC is renewing "New Amsterdam" for three more season, with the network making the announcement at the Television Critics Association press tour. It's rare for a network to renew a show for that many seasons, indicating the faith that NBC has in the hit medical drama (which airs on Global here in Canada).
Renewed: 'Making It'
Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler will be returning for a third season of "Making It", with NBC announcing its renewing the craft competition for another go-round.
Renewed: 'American Horror Story'
There's nothing to fear for "American Horror Story" fans.
On Thursday, FX announced Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's horror anthology series has been renewed for another three seasons.
Season 9, "1984", concluded in November 2019.
The CW Renews 13 Shows
The CW is showing some serious allegiance to its programming, announcing an en-masse renewal of 13 shows. According to the announcement, series returning to the network next year will be: "Batwoman", "Nancy Drew", "All American", "Black Lightning", "Charmed", "Dynasty", "The Flash", "In the Dark", "Legacies", "DC's Legends of Tomorrow", "Riverdale", "Roswell, New Mexico" and "Supergirl".
Renewed: 'Killing Eve'
The award-winning crime-thriller 'Killing Eve' is back for a fourth season as BBC America has renewed it ahead of its season 3 premiere.
The show stars Sandra Oh as an MI6 operative and Jodie Comer as an assassin caught in a cat-and-mouse chase.
Renewed: 'Raising Dion'
Dion keeps growing up. Netflix has renewed Michael B. Jordan's superhero family drama "Raising Dion" for a second season. Netflix said the program was one of the streaming service's most popular shows of 2019.
The dramedy "Sweetbitter" has been cancelled.
The show was executive produced by Brad PItt's Plan B and ran for two seasons.
Renewed: 'Green Eggs And Ham'
Netflix has picked up their adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic "Green Eggs and Ham" for a second season.
The animated series features the voices of Adam DeVine, Michael Douglas, Ilana Glazer, Eddie Izzard, and Keegan-Michael Key.
Hot off its highly-acclaimed second season earlier this year, HBO has given its drama "Succession" a green light for Season 3, to air in 2020.
Bill Hader's HBO comedy-drama "Barry" is returning for a third season in 2020, the network has announced.
HBO has renewed the hit teen drama "Euphoria", starring Zendaya, for a second season to premiere in 2020.
Renewed: 'Van Helsing'
Syfy's Dracula lore reimagining "Van Helsing" is returning for a fifth and final season.
The 13-episode final season is set to premiere in 2020.
"Van Helsing" stars Kelly Overton, Missy Peregrym, Jonathan Scarfe and more.
Netflix has cancelled its post-apocalyptic dramedy "Daybreak" after one season. The show's executive producer Aron Eli Coleite announced the news on Twitter: “No one is as heartbroken as we are that we can’t share more of this ride with you.”
Renewed: 'Star Trek: Picard'
With still only one more month until it's official debut, "Star Trek: Picard" has already been renewed for a second season.
Like its first season, the Patrick Stewart-led series' sophomore season will also be a 10-episode order.
The inaugural season of "Star Trek: Picard" premieres on CBS All Access on January 23.
Emmy-nominated comedy series "Special" is coming back for a second season.
Netflix has officially ordered an eight-episode second season of the hit series, which stars Ryan O'Connell.
Cancelled: 'Reef Break'
ABC's crime drama "Reef Break" is being cancelled after just one season. The show, which starred Poppy Montgomery, followed a former thief who ends up working as a fixer for the governor on a Pacific Island paradise. It ran for 13 episodes.
Renewed: 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'
The marvelous run of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" continues. Amazon has renewed the awards darling for a fourth season on Amazon Prime Video. The news comes just six days after the premiere of season three.
Renewed: 'Tamron Hall'
Tamron Hall has scored herself a repeat. Her syndicated talk show, "Tamron Hill" has been renewed for a sophomore season. The show is produced and distributed by Disney and has been cleared in 80 per cent of the U.S.
Renewed: 'Flip Or Flop'
Tarek El Moussa has confirmed the return of "Flip or Flop". Tarek guaranteed the show would return for season nine in August of 2020. "Stay tuned for more details!" he tweeted ahead of the season eight finale.
"Brockmire is coming to an end. The Hank Azaria and Amanda Peet comedy will conclude with an eight-episode fourth season. "I really loved this season in several very right and a few very wrong ways. I hope you will too," said Azaria, per The Hollywood Reporter.
Renewed: 'Little America'
Do not expect Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon to go anywhere anytime soon. Apple TV+ has already renewed the pair's new show "Little America" for a second season. Whatsmore, season one does not even premiere until Jan. 17, 2020.
'Watch What Happens Live' Renewed Through 2021
Bravo has renewed "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen" through 2021. The late-night show premiered in 2009 and has featured stars like Jennifer Lopez, Priyanka Chopra, and Oprah Winfrey, among others.
"I keep waiting to stop having fun — or run out of guests, stories or booze; but the party rolls on and I couldn’t be more excited!" says the Emmy-nominated host in a statement.
Renewed: 'Ride With Norman Reedus'
AMC has renewed "Ride with Norman Reedus" for a fifth season. The reality series features the "Walking Dead" star hitting the open road, exploring different cultures around America and the world.
Cancelled: 'Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return'
Netflix has pulled the plug on "Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return," the revival of the cult 1988 series.
The streaming giant announced on Wednesday that it won't be making another season of the show, which came as a shock to some fans.
‘Strange Angel’ Cancelled After Two Seasons
CBS All Access has cancelled its period drama "Strange Angel" after two seasons.
“The series brought new meaning to the idea that the truth is stranger than fiction and we are incredibly thankful to the creative team of Mark Heyman, David DiGilio, Ridley Scott, and David W. Zucker for their vision, as well as the fantastic cast for bringing the bizarre story of Jack Parsons to life,” said CBS All Access vice president Julie McNamara in a statement.
Cancelled: 'Anne With an E'
Fans will soon be saying goodbye to Green Gables.
Netflix announced that the Canadian co-production will come to an end with its third season.
The third season finale aired recently on CBC and will premiere Jan. 3 on Netflix worldwide.
Days before its premiere, the M. Night Shyamalan-directed thriller "Servant" was renewed by Apple TV+ for a second season, with Shyamalan making the announcement during an appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon". According to the series synopsis, "Servant" "follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home."
Renewed: 'Days Of Our Lives'
After concern the longest-running series was coming to an end after the cast was released from their contracts, NBC renewed "Days of our Lives" for its 56th season.
Renewed: 'Desus and Mero'
Desus Nice and The Kid Mero will be returning for a second season of their Showtime talk show "Desus and Mero".
“Desus and Mero have been a fantastic addition to the Showtime family,” said Showtime co-president of entertainmentJana Winograde. “With their hilarious commentary on current events, spirited conversations with major political figures and celebrities and unique tours of their much-beloved New York City, Desus and Mero bring an entirely new perspective on late night programming, and we can’t wait to see where they shine that light in 2020.”
The new season begins on Feb. 3.
Renewed: 'Black Summer'
Netflix is renewing its zombie apocalypse drama "Black Summer" for a second season. Jaime King returns as Rose, a young mother who braves a zombie-filled world in search of her missing daughter.
Renewed: 'Back To Life'
Showtime's "Back to Life" is officially returning for a second season. The dark, British comedy, starring co-creator Daisy Haggard, follows a young woman who tries to go back to her old life after being in prison for 18 years.
Renewed: 'Lord Of The Rings'
Amazon's TV series "Lord Of The Rings" is just getting ready to film the first season in New Zealand but the show has already been renewed for season two.
There is also potential for a spin-off based on J.R.R Tolkien's novels.
Renewed: Kelly Clarkson's Hit Talk Show Gets A Second Season
Kelly Clarkson's "The Kelly Clarkson Show" has been renewed for a second season.
According to Deadline, the series premiere had the strongest start to any new show in seven years with an average of 1.9 million viewers per episode.
Clarkson's renewal will take the show through the 2020-21 television season.
Cancelled: 'Marvel's Runaways'
U.S. streaming service Hulu won't be renewing "Marvel's Runaways" after the series' upcoming third season. The show, following a group of super-powered teenagers who learn their parents are members of a vast criminal enterprise, will return with its swan-song season on Dec. 3; in Canada, "Runaways" airs on Showcase.
Amazon Prime Video has announced plans to renew "Goliath" for a fourth season, which will also be its last. In the acclaimed legal drama, Billy Bob Thornton stars as hard-drinking lawyer Billy McBride, who represents clients going up against rich and powerful foes. “Goliath has been one of our most popular shows ever on Prime Video,” Vernon Sanders, co-head of television, Amazon Studios, said in a statement. “We’re happy that our customers around the world will have a chance to see Billy McBride bring this final chapter to a close on Prime Video next year.”
Renewed: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has received an early renewal ahead of its seventh season premiere.
Season 8 of the police sitcom will be the series' third on NBC after the show was saved from cancellation at the end of its fifth season.
Renewed: 'Full Frontal with Samantha Bee'
Samantha Bee is coming back to deliver more of her unique take on world events.
TBS has announced the renewal of "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" for a fifth season, through the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
"Excited to still be at it when Trump finally gives up the presidency at the end of his fifth term, January 2036," Bee said of the renewal. "I heard he'll be leaving to spend more time with his family. JK JK."
Renewed: 'The Witcher'
"The Witcher" hasn't even had its series premiere yet, but Netflix has already greenlit a second season.
Season 2 will begin production in early 2020 for a fall 2021 release.
The Henry Cavill-led fantasy series is set to premiere Dec. 20.
Renewed: DC ‘Titians’ To Return For Season 3
DC’s Netflix hit “Titians” has bee renewed for a third season.
The series, based on DC Comics’ “Teen Titans”, stars Brenton Thwaites, Minka Kelly and Alan Ritchson.
New episodes will premiere in Fall 2020.
Cancelled: 'Fresh Off the Boat'
After six seasons of groundbreaking comedy, "Fresh Off the Boat" is ending its run.
“We couldn’t be prouder of this game-changing show and the impact it has had on our cultural landscape,” said Karey Burke, president of ABC Entertainment. “The success of ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ has helped pave the way for inclusion throughout the industry. Nahnatchka Khan and her brilliant creative team have created an unforgettable series with an Asian-American family front and centre, something that hadn’t been done in two decades. The cast, led by Randall Park and Constance Wu, is one of the finest and funniest on television. We’ll miss the Huang family and are eternally grateful for the incredibly heartfelt stories they have told these past six seasons.”
However, the world created in "Fresh Off the Boat" may continue in a potential spinoff, with an upcoming episode to serve as a "backdoor pilot" to introduce the spinoff's characters, an Indian family whose daughter goes to school with Eddie Huang (Hudson Yang).
Don't expect a return to the Peach Pit next summer, with Fox announcing it won't be picking up "BH90210" for a second season.
While it was originally anticipated that the mockumentary-style not-quite-a-revival of "Beverly Hills, 90210" would run for multiple seasons, the disappointing ratings did not support that plan.
“We are so proud to have reunited in a very special summer event one of the network’s legacy series and casts with 90210 fans across the country,” said the network in a statement. “Profound thanks to and respect for Brian, Gabrielle, Ian, Jason, Jennie, Shannen and Tori, who, along with the entire crew and everyone at Fox and CBS Television Studios, poured their hearts and souls into this truly inventive and nostalgic revival.”
Apple TV+ only just launched, but the new streaming service has already announced some renewals. Among these: "See", the Jason Momoa-starring action series set in a future where society has gone back to the Bronze Age after modern civilization crumbled in the wake of a virus that wiped out most of humanity and left the survivors and their offspring blinded. Filmed in British Columbia, a second season will be going into production.
Renewed: 'For All Mankind'
Apple TV+ is ordering a second season of "For All Mankind". The latest from exec producer Ronald D. Moore, Joel Kinnamon stars in this sci-fi series set in an alternate universe in which Russia and America never ended the space race.
A second season of "Dickinson" will be coming to Apple TV+, which renewed the comedy based on the life of 19th-century poet Emily Dickinson (played by Hailee Steinfeld).
Cancelled: 'The Jim Jefferies Show'
After three seasons of hilariously incisive political commentary, Comedy Central is bringing "The Jim Jefferies Show" to an end.
“'The Jim Jefferies Show’ will air its final episode on Nov. 19, concluding a brilliant three-year run on Comedy Central,” the cable channel said in a statement. “We thank Jim and the team for bringing us a unique and international approach to culture and politics. We look forward to developing more projects with Jim in the future.”
The Australian comedian already has his next gig lined up: he'll be starring in a multi-cam sitcom for NBC next season.
Renewed: 'Mayans M.C'
FX has renewed "Mayans M.C" for a third season.
Despite co-creator Kurt Sutter being fired a few weeks ago after numerous complaints about him being an "abrasive dick" (his words), the "Son of Anarchy" spin-off will live on.
Cancelled: 'The InBetween'
Supernatural drama "The InBetween" has been cancelled after the first season.
The 10-episode summer series starred Harriet Dyer as a woman who can talk to the dead. Justin Cornwell and Cindy Luna also starred.
It's one and done for "Pearson", with the USA Network announcing it's cancelling the Gina Torres-starring "Suits" spinoff after the completion of its first season. The cancellation of "Pearson" brings the world of "Suits" to an end, as the flagship series recently ended its nine-season run.
The Batman prequel series "Pennyworth" has been renewed by Epix for a second season to premiere in 2020.
The series stars Jack Bannon as the younger version of Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred Pennyworth during his days as a British SAS soldier working for Thomas Wayne in the 1960s.
Cancelled: 'Lodge 49'
The secret-society adventures of Sean "Dud" Dudley are apparently coming to an end, with AMC making the decision to cancel "Lodge 49" after the completion of the second season of the series, about an aimless slacker (Wyatt Russell) who finds meaning when he stumbles upon a barely surviving secret society. "We are so proud to have had 'Lodge 49' on our air,” AMC said in a statement. “This wonderful show gave audiences fresh and unforgettable characters in a world that did not exist anywhere else on television. Thanks to the stellar cast including Wyatt Russell, Sonya Cassidy and Brent Jennings and to our partners in this unique labor of love, Jim Gavin, Peter Ocko and Paul Giamatti for two remarkable seasons that initiated the world into The Ancient and Benevolent Order of the Lynx.” According to reports, the producers are planning to shop the show around to other networks and streaming services in hopes of a third-season pickup.
Renewed: 'Another Life'
Netflix has announced the renewal of the space drama "Another Life" for a second season.
The Katee Sackhoff-starring series will return for 10 new episodes, with production to start in Vancouver in 2020.
"Another Life", about a crew searching for alien intelligence among the stars, also features Justin Chatwin, Samuel Anderson and Elizabeth Faith Ludlow.
Renewed: 'Modern Love'
Amazon Prime Video is doubling down on "Modern Love", ordering a second season of its rom-com anthology series. While the first season featured such stars as Anne Hathaway and Tina Fey in standalone episodes, look for a new roster of talent in the second season. "Being given a green light to proceed with 'Modern Love' is a great opportunity for us to continue to tell stories of love, while opening up the series into new cities and worlds. The possibilities are truly endless,” said series creator John Carney. “Subsequent seasons can really branch out and dig deep into what it means to love in this complicated world. It’s incredible news for everyone involved in the series, and we are dizzy with possibilities moving forward.”
Cancelled: 'Marvel's Cloak and Dagger'
The Disney-owned Freeform channel is closing the door on "Marvel's Cloak and Dagger" after two seasons. "We are so proud of 'Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger' and the trailblazing stories this series told," Freeform said in a statement. "We are also grateful to our incredible talent Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph for bringing these beloved characters to life, and showrunner Joe Pokaski for his vision. We’d like to thank our partners at Marvel Television for a wonderful two seasons and are we are hopeful that we can find another project together."
The new drama "Evil" will be returning for a second season, with CBS announcing it's renewing the new series from "The Good Wife"/"The Good Fight" creators Robert and Michelle King. The series — which airs in Canada on Global — follows the exploits of a priest-in-training (Mike Colter), a skeptical psychologist (Katja Herbers) and a carpenter (Aasif Mandvi) as they investigate apparently supernatural phenomenon on the behest of the Catholic Church.
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.