Cancelled: 'American Rust'
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"American Rust" is collecting dust. Showtime has opted not to renew the drama series three months after its season one finale, according to Tribune-Review.
"We can confirm that American Rust will not be moving forward with a second season,” a Showtime rep said in a statement. “We would like to thank our partners at Boat Rocker, our talented showrunner Dan Futterman and the rest of the wonderful writers, and our amazing cast led by Jeff Daniels and Maura Tierney.”
Cancelled: 'Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol'
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"Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol" won't be returning for a second season.
Peacock opted not to renew the show based on The Da Vinci Code.
Renewed: 'The Neighborhood'
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Cedric the Entertainer's "The Neighborhood" will be back for more laughs.
Max Greenfield, Beth Behrs, Tichina Arnold and more will also return for the CBS comedy.
Renewed: 'BOB ♥ ABISHOLA'
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"BOB ♥ ABISHOLA" is coming back once again.
CBS shared that the Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku has been renewed for another season.
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"Ghosts" will be making a return.
CBS announced that they have renewed their No. 1 new hit comedy.
The show starring Rose McIver, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Brandon Scott Jones, Richie Moriarty, Danielle Pinnock and more is based on the BBC show of the same name.
Cancelled: 'Pooch Perfect'
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Rebel Wilson's dog grooming competition show "Pooch Perfect" is over.
ABC has cancelled the series after just one season.
The show, hosted by the "Pitch Perfect" star, was based on an Australian series, and featured ten top dog groomers and their assistants competing in grooming-based challenges.
'Watch What Happens Live' Renewed Through 2023
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Andy Cohen is sticking with late-night.
Bravo has renewed "Watch What Happens Live" through 2023, taking the talk show through its 15th year on the air.
“My WWHL team rose to every challenge of the pandemic, and getting to do WWHL for two more years is the ultimate reward. We’re still having a ball making our show – whether our guests are virtual or in studio!” Cohen said of the news.
Cancelled: 'The Hills: New Beginnings'
"The Hills: New Beginnings" has been cancelled after two seasons.
A revival of MTV's reality hit "The Hills", the new series reunited original stars Brody Jenner, Audrina Patridge, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt, offering an update on their lives.
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"Bull" will be coming to an end after the end of its current sixth season.
“It’s been my privilege to play Dr. Jason Bull but after 6 seasons of incredible storylines, it’s time to pursue new creative challenges and bring his story to a close," tweeted star Michael Weatherly, with sources confirming it was Weatherly's decision to end the series.
"Bull" has been embroiled in controversy after actress Eliza Dushku sued the show, alleging Weatherly had sexually harassed her, with CBS settling the suit by paying her a whopping $9.5 million.
Cancelled: 'Ellen's Game Of Games'
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Ellen DeGerenes' NBC game show "Ellen's Game of Games" will be coming to an end after four seasons.
"Ellen's Game of Games" launched with eight episodes in 2017 before receiving a full second-season order. The fourth season, which launched in October 2020 and aired through May 2021, is officially the series' last.
Cancelled: ‘Cooking With Paris’
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The kitchen is closed for “Cooking With Paris”.
Netflix has not renewed the show for a second season after its short six-episode first season.
The show first debuted in August 2021 and briefly appeared on the Top 10 rankings for Netflix. It included a bevvy of celebrity guests including Kim Kardashian West, Nikki Glaser, Demi Lovato, Saweetie, Lele Pons, and Kathy and Nicky Hilton.
“Cooking With Paris” followed Paris Hilton's culinary adventures which often included rather glamorous techniques such as using a diamond-encrusted spatula for burgers.
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“Gentefied” will not return for a third season.
Netflix opted not to renew the show after season 2 ended on Nov. 10.
The dramedy, based on the digital series of the same title, followed a Latinx family trying to keep their grandfather’s taco shop in business in a neighbourhood slowly being gentrified.
The show never reached Netflix’s Top 10 series during its run.
The series starred Annie Gonzalez, Karrie Martin Lachney, Julissa Calderon, Melinna Bobadilla, Manuel Uriza, Ivana Rojas, and Clarissa Thibeaux.
Cancelled: ’60 Minutes+’
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Paramount+ is pulling the plug on the “60 Minutes" spin-off less than a year after its release.
Correspondents Seth Doane, Wesley Lowery, Laurie Segall and Enrique Acevedo were the on-air personalities at the Paramount+ original "60 Minutes+".
The streaming series was a repurposing of “60 in 6”, which aired on the defunct streaming service Quibi.
The show was meant to appeal to a younger diverse audience, and produced 30 episodes during its time on the air. The episodes will remain available on Paramount+ according to the service.
Renewed: 'The Great'
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Hulu has some great news. The streaming service has renewed "The Great" for a third season. The satirical comedic drama stars Elle Fanning as Catherine the Great alongside Nicholas Hoult (portraying Emperor Peter III), Phoebe Fox, Adam Godley and Gwilym Lee.
Renwed: 'Station 19'
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Just a day after "Greys Anatomy" was renewed for a 19th season, ABC announced that its spin-off "Station 19" will also be returning for season 6.
“It’s a privilege to tell stories of our heroic first responders, who on our show and in real life put their lives on the line every day to keep us all safe,” said showrunner Krista Vernoff.
The series follows the lives of the firefighters who work at Seattle Fire Station 19.
Renewed: 'Emily In Paris'
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Emily will be staying in Paris a good while longer.
Netflix has renewed the hit series "Emily in Paris", starring Lily Collins, for seasons 3 and 4, following the release of its second season last month.
The streamer says the new season was number 1 on its global Top 10 list in 94 countries during its first five days, with over 107 million hours viewed.
Cancelled: 'I Know What You Did Last Summer'
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Amazon Prime Video won't be bringing "I Know What You Did Last Summer" back for a second season.
Boasting the same premise of the hit 1997 horror movie and the novel from which it was adapted, the series followed a group of teenagers who are stalked by a mysterious killer, one year after a fatal accident during the night of their high school graduation.
Renewed: 'American Dad'
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"American Dad" has officially been renewed by TBS for two more seasons.
The animated series follows the escapades of Stan Smith, a C.I.A. Agent who is also dealing with the trials and tribulations of his colourful family life.
Cancelled: 'Julie And The Phantoms'
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Netflix won't be bringing "Julie and the Phantoms" back for a second season, with exec producer Kenny Ortega confirming the news via social media.
“Our ['Julie and the Phantoms'] family want to send our love and endless thanks to our Fantoms all over the world for the tremendous outpouring of love and support you have shown us since our premiere,” Ortega wrote of the series, which starred Madison Reyes as a teenage singer who accidentally summons the ghosts of dead rock musicians, who help her to achieve her dreams of stardom.
“We learned this week that Netflix will not be picking us up for another season," Ortega added. "Although our hearts are saddened, we move on with such pride for what we accomplished as a team and the family we built while creating Julie.”
Cancelled: 'Head Of The Class'
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HBO Max won't be renewing their reboot of "Head Of The Class" for a second season.
The first season dropped earlier November to mediocre reviews.
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Showtime’s survival drama “Yellowjackets” lives to see another day.
Five episodes into the show's premiere season, the network announced its renewal for a second season.
The series follows a group of female high school soccer players who are stranded in the northern wilderness after a plane crash.
The show stars Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci, and Tawny Cypress. It has already earned critical success, scoring 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.
“There are still lots of questions about who survived, what happened out there. There will be some real surprises in terms of that and I think some characters you may not even have met yet,” said Showtime president of entertainment Gary Levine.
Renewed: 'CSI: Vegas'
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What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. That includes a second season of "CSI: Vegas". CBS has renewed the show for its sophomore outing, according to The Wrap, but William Peterson will not return Gil Grissom.
Renewed: 'Call Me Mother'
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"Call Me Mother" one more time. OUTtv has officially renewed its popular drag reality competition for another season. The show is hosted by ET Canada Pride's Dallas Dixon.
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Apple has renewed “Servant” for a fourth season ahead of its season 3 premiere.
While Apple has yet to confirm, executive producer and showrunner M. Night Shyamalan tweeted the fourth will be the final season for the series.
“Happy to announce (in my very fitting Jericho t-shirt) that @Servant is greenlit for its 4th & final season,” he wrote. “I set the goal to tell 1 story in 40 episodes knowing there was no guarantee we would achieve it. It was a huge risk. Thanks @AppleTVPlus & #Servant cast, crew, & fans.”
The Apple TV+ series follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after a tragedy causes a rift in their marriage and allows a mysterious force to enter their lives.
The cast includes Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Nell Tiger Free, Rupert Grint, and Sunita Mani.
Season 3 premieres on Jan. 21.
Cancelled: ‘Diary Of A Future President’
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Disney+ cancelled "Diary Of A Future President" after two seasons. The series creator Ilana Peña took to Twitter to reveal the news.
“Just found out that [“Diary of a Future President”] is not moving forward with a season 3 at Disney+. Of course, we would love to continue telling this story, but I am filled with so much gratitude for the 2 seasons that we did get to make," she wrote in a statement.
The coming-of-age series was loosely based on the life of Peña as it followed Elena's (Gina Rodriguez) adventures while she navigated the ups and downs of middle school on her ultimate quest to become the future president of the United States.
Cancelled: 'Cowboy Bebop'
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Netflix has cancelled "Cowboy Bebop" a month after its debut.
The show brought in poor ratings despite bringing in almost 74 million viewing hours.
The show starred John Cho, Mustafa Shakir and Daniella Pineda.
Apple TV+ has renewed "Invasion" ahead of the season one finale.
The show stars Golshifteh Farahani, Shamier Anderson, Shioli Kutsuna and more in the sci-fi drama about an alien invasion taking place across the world.
Renewed: 'Outer Banks'
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Netflix's "Outer Banks" has been renewed for a third season.
The coming-of-age drama set in the beach vacation destination of Outer Banks, North Carolina, is about a group of teens on the hunt for $400 million in gold.
Chase Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Daviss, Rudy Pankow, Austin North, Drew Starkey, Charles Esten and Carlacia Grant will all be returning to star in season 3.
Renewed: 'Truth Be Told'
Podcaster Poppy Scoville is on the case again.
Apple TV+ has renewed the series "Truth Be Told" starring Octavia Spencer for a third season.
The anthology mystery series is based on the novel by Kathleen Barber, about a true crime podcaster pursuing truth and justice. The second season co-starred Kate Hudson.
"How to Get Away with Murder" writer Maisha Closson will also be taking over as showrunner for season 3.
Renewed: 'Sex Lives Of College Girls'
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Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble's series "The Sex Lives of College Girls" are going sophomore.
HBO Max has officially ordered a second season of the series starring Pauline Chalamet, Amrit Kaur, Reneé Rapp, and Alyah Chanelle Scott.
"The show follows four college roommates as they arrive at New England’s prestigious Essex College. A bundle of contradictions and hormones, these girls are equal parts lovable and infuriating as they live out their new, free lives on campus," according to the description.
Cancelled: 'A.P. Bio'
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Class is cancelled.
After for seasons on the air, "A.P. Bio" creator Mike O'Brien announced that the series won't be continuing at streamer Peacock.
The comedy, about a former Harvard philosophy professor, played by Glenn Howerton, who now teaches high school biology, originally ran for two seasons on NBC before being cancelled and then being revived for streaming.
“I’m sad to announce that AP Bio will not be renewed for a 5th season,” O’Brien wrote. “But mostly I’m feeling grateful right now. To all the fans who watched the show and fought for it to come back after the cancellation! And to Peacock & UTV for giving us two more seasons after that!”
Renewed: 'Fear The Walking Dead'
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"Fear the Walking Dead" has been renewed for an eighth season.
Former leading lady Kim Dickens, whose character Madison Clark was killed off in 2018, is set to make a comeback as a series regular in the upcoming season.
"The Walking Dead" writer Scott M. Gimple says, according to The Hollywood Reporter: “If there were a Mt. Deadmore, Kim Dickens’ face would be on it. Madison Clark is a foundational character to TWDU — heroic, complex, an everyperson who becomes a warrior and then a force of benevolence.
“Kim Dickens’ raw talent, strength and brilliance will electrify TWDU once more and we couldn’t be luckier to have her back.”
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"Pen15", the R-rated “traumedy” in which Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine play versions of themselves as 13-year-old outcasts, will not be returning after its second season.
According to a Hulu rep, Konkle and Erskine "feel the story they wanted to tell has come to an end with the upcoming second half of Season 2. Hulu will continue to leave the door open for more ‘Pen15’ in the future and look forward to working with [Erskine and Konkle] again."
Cancelled: 'Kevin Can F*** Himself'
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The Annie Murphy-led dark comedy "Kevin Can F*** Himself" is set to end after its upcoming second season.
The series, a multi-cam/single-cam hybrid, satirizing the relationship dynamics in tradition family sitcoms, was originally renewed for its second season in August.
Murphy plays Allison McRoberts, a woman caught between real life and an imaginary sitcom reality, who revolts against her marriage.
Season 2 will air in 2022.
Renewed: 'Men In Kilts'
Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish's "Men in Kilts" has been renewed for a second season.
The pair heads to New Zealand for the new series after touring Scotland in season one.
Season two will contain six episodes, while the first season consisted of eight.
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"Chucky" is coming back to haunt you as USA Network and Syfy have renewed the show for a second season.
Renewed: 'The Outlaws'
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"The Outlaws" will return for a second season along with Christopher Walken as Frank Sheldon.
The comedy thriller was created by Stephen Merchant and Elgin James.
Cancelled: 'The Sinner'
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After four seasons on the air, "The Sinner" is coming to an end.
Bill Pullman stars in the series as police detective Harry Ambrose, investigating murder cases.
Season 4, which debuted on Oct. 13, 2021, sees the now-retired detective investigating a tragedy involving the daughter of a prominent family on Hanover Island in Maine.
The series finale is set to air on Dec 1., 2021.
Cancelled: ‘Zero Chill’
Netflix has cancelled the YA skating drama “Zero Chill” after one season. The 10-episode series, filmed in Sheffield, UK., from Lime Pictures dropped on the platform in March 2021.
A Lime spokesperson said: “There are currently no plans for a second series of ‘Zero Chill’. We are very proud of the show we made and its global success. Sheffield was a wonderful place to film in and we hope to return to the city with future projects.”
Cancelled: 'Queen Sugar'
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Get ready to say goodbye to "Queen Sugar".
With the series' sixth season coming to an end, OWN has ordered a seventh and final season of the drama from Ava DuVernay.
“To write and produce seven seasons of a modern drama centered on a Black family is a radical act in our industry and a triumph that has far exceeded every hope I held," DuVernay said. "Now I feel strongly that the story, which began as a sunrise of a suggestion from Oprah, is ready for its sunset as a dream fully realized. 'Queen Sugar' has been one of the true joys of my career and my gratitude is buoyant and boundless.”
The final season is planned to debut later in 2022.
Renewed: La Brea
NBC’s sci-fi series “La Brea” is coming back for a second season.
“This was a big swing that captured audiences’ attention, and we’re excited to let fans know there’s more to come in season two,” NBCUniversal entertainment content chair Susan Rovner says.
The series follows a group of people who are transported back to a prehistoric world through a sinkhole in Los Angeles.
The first season finishes on Nov. 30 after 10 episodes. The second season will air in 2022.
Renewed: 'Star Trek: Prodigy'
The animated series "Star Trek: Prodigy" is coming back for a second season.
The show is the first in the franchise specifically targeted at younger audiences, and follows a crew of young aliens who work together to fly a derelict Federation starship and navigate the galaxy.
"Star Trek: Voyager" star Kate Mulgrew returned to the franchise to voice Captain Kathryn Janeway in the animated series, which also features the voices of Brett Grey, Ella Purnell, Rylee Alazraqui, Angus Imrie, Jason Mantzoukas, Dee Bradley, John Noble and Jimmy Simpson.
Renewed: 'Tamron Hall Show'
Global's "Tamron Hall Show" is returning for two new seasons.
The daytime talk show has been renewed through 2024 by ABC Owned Television Stations Group.
“I am so lucky to have such great partners, from ABC to all of our stations across the country, and an amazing team who all support the spirit of the show,” Hall said. “We wouldn’t have our success without our loyal audience.”
Renewed: 'Fantasy Island'
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Fox has renewed "Fantasy Island" for a second season.
The show was the No. 1 scripted program for adults over the summer and was the network's most streamed new drama since "9-1-1: Lonestar".
The small-town wrestling drama "Heels" is coming back for a second season.
The series stars Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig as two brothers at war over the legacy of their late father's family-owned pro-wrestling promotion business.
Actors Trey Tucker and Robby Ramos are also being bumped up from recurring characters to series regulars in season 2.
Renewed: 'The Wonder Years'
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"The Wonder Years" reboot goes on! ABC has given season one of the reboot a backorder of nine episodes, per ET. That brings the freshman season to 22 episodes total.
After debuting its third season to strong ratings and reviews, HBO has officially renewed "Succession" for a fourth season.
“With each season of Succession, Jesse Armstrong has continued to surpass our wildest expectations, pulling us deeper into the Roy family’s inner sanctum with indelible wit, humanity and precision,” said Francesca Orsi, executive VP HBO programming. “This season is undoubtedly no exception, and we couldn’t be more excited for all that’s in store in this next season ahead.”
Renewed: 'Mythic Quest'
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Apple TV+ is bringing its game developer workplace comedy "Mythic Quest" back for two more seasons.
The series, co-created by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Megan Ganz, and starring McElhenney, Charlotte Nicdao and more, will return for seasons 3 and 4.
The series debuted on Apple's streaming service in 2020, and aired its second season during the summer of 2021.
“Just like critics and audiences all over the world, we fell in love with Rob and his team’s sharp writing and full-of-heart, relatable characters that make up the world of ‘Mythic Quest,’” said Matt Cherniss, head of programming for Apple TV+. “We can’t wait for viewers to see what’s in store in the upcoming seasons of this brilliant workplace comedy.”
Renewed: 'Family Reunion'
Netflix has renewed "Family Reunion", starring Loretta Devine and Tia Mowry-Hardrict, for a 10-episode third and final season.
Series creator Meg DeLoatch shares: “I am so excited that 'Family Reunion' will be returning for a third season," Deadline reports.
“I will always be grateful to Netflix for giving me the opportunity to finally tell my story and the platform to share the beautiful, loving and joyous McKellan family with the world.”
Cancelled: ‘Y: The Last Man’
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"Y: The Last Man" will not be returning for a second season.
The Diane Lane-starring FX on Hulu series is an adaptation of the popular comics by Brian K. Vaughan.
Renewed: 'Doom Patrol'
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HBO Max is renewing "Doom Patrol" for a fourth season, with the announcement coming during the 2021 edition of the annual DC FanDome event.
The boldly inventive series follows the exploits of a ragtag group of superpowered individuals whose abilities are more curse than gift, including Robot Man (Brendan Fraser), Negative Man (Matt Bomer), Cyborg (Joivan Wade), Crazy Jane (Dianne Guerrero) and Elasti-Girl (April Bowlby).
Renewed: 'Jack Ryan'
The John Krasinski-led action series "Jack Ryan" is coming back for a fourth season.
While details surrounding the upcoming season are being kept under wraps, Prime Video Canada announced Michael Peña will join the cast.
Season three of the series is set to debut this year.
With its third season about to premiere, Netflix has renewed the serial killer drama "You" for season 4.
Penn Badgley stars in the series as Joe Goldberg, a dangerous romantic with a penchant for killing the people who stand in his way.
The third season finds Joe married and raising a baby with Love, played by Victoria Pedretti, but behind the charms of their suburban life lie more darkness, secrets and murder.
"Foundation", the Apple TV+ sci-fi series based on the books of Isaac Asimov, has been renewed for a second season.
“We have been so excited to watch global audiences embrace the captivating, suspenseful and breathtaking thrill ride that is Foundation,” said Matt Cherniss, head of programming for Apple TV+. “We know how long fans of these beloved Asimov stories have waited to see his iconic work brought to life as a visually spectacular event series and now we can’t wait to showcase even more of the richly layered world, compelling storytelling and stunning world-building in season two.”
Cancelled: 'Dash & Lily'
"Dash & Lily", the holiday-themed romantic comedy series that premiered in November 2020, will not be returning for a second season.
Austin Abrams and Midori Francis portrayed the titular characters, who who traded dares, dreams and desires in the notebook they passed back and forth at locations throughout New York City, discovering they had more in common than either expected.
Cancelled: 'Mr. Corman'
"Mr. Corman" has not been renewed for a second season.
The Joseph Gordon-Levitt created and starring series will not come back for round two on Apple TV+.
While it had good reviews, it didn't bring in the audience numbers the other comedies on the platform did.
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"Archer" has been renewed for a 13th season on FXX.
The eight episode season will run in 2022.
Renewed: 'The Mysterious Benedict Society'
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Disney has picked up "The Mysterious Benedict Society" for a second season.
The Tony Hale led series is based on Trenton Lee Stewart's YA book about four orphans and Mr. Benedict as they try to foil "Emergency".
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Netflix steamiest show is coming back for more.
The streamer has renewed the hit series "Sex/Life" for a second season.
The erotic drama stars Sarah Shahi as a former New York wild child, now a stay-at-home mom who begins to fantasize about her ex, played by Adam Demos.
Renewed: 'The Witcher'
The second season of "The Witcher" hasn't even made its debut but Netflix has already renewed the fantasy series for a third season.
Henry Cavill will be returning to reprise his role as Geralt of Rivia, tasked with protecting the world from all manner of witches and other supernatural creatures with evil intent.
Renewed: 'Sex Education'
Netflix comedy "Sex Education" has been picked up for a fourth season.
Featuring an ensemble cast led by Gillian Anderson, "Sex Education", other stars in the series include Emma Mackey, Ncuti Gatwa, Aimee Lou Wood, Kedar Williams-Stirling, Connor Swindells, Alistair Petrie and Patricia Allison.
Renewed: 'Full Frontal With Samantha Bee'
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"Full Frontal With Samantha Bee" will be returning to TBS for a seventh season in 2022.
Bee's late-night series will be moving from Wednesday nights to Thursdays when it launches in January.
“I’m beyond excited to be returning to TBS for a seventh season,” says Bee. “Now we have enough seasons for you to binge one every day of the week. I warned you I was tenacious.”
Renewed: 'My Unorthodox Life'
Netflix has renewed "My Unorthodox Life" for a second season.
The show follows Elite World Group CEO Julia Haart and her 4 kids as they navigate life after leaving an ultra-Orthodox community.
Cancelled: 'Hit & Run'
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The geopolitical thriller series "Hit & Run" won't be coming back for more.
Despite ending its first season on a major cliffhanger, Netflix has declined to renew the series created by "Fauna" showrunner Lior Raz for a second season.
Renewed: 'Virgin River'
Netflix is bringing back "Virgin River" for a whole lot more romance.
The drama, which premiered its third season in July 2021, has been renewed for seasons 4 and 5.
Alexandra Breckenridge, Martin Henderson, Colin Lawrence, Lauren Hammersley, Annette O’Toole and more star in the series about a midwife who moves to the remote Northern California town of Virgin River.
Cancelled: 'The Outpost'
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"The Outpost" has fallen. The CW has nixed the fantasy drama by not renewing the show for a fifth season, per Deadline. Created by Kynan Griffin and Jason Faller, "The Outpost" starred Jessica Green and Desai-Barochia. Its final episode airs on Oct. 7.
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The Lena Dunham produced HBO Max show "Genera+ion" will not move into a second season.
The cast included Nathanya Alexander, Chloe East, Nava Mau, Lukita Maxwell, Haley Sanchez, Uly Schlesinger, Sam Trammell, Chase Sui Wonders with Justice Smith and Martha Plimpton.
Renewed: 'Only Murders In The Building'
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"Only Murders in the Building" has been renewed for a second season on Hulu.
The comedy stars Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez as residents of a New York apartment building who share a love of true crime.
Renewed: 'High School Musical: The Musical: The Series'
Disney+ is bringing back "High School Musical: The Series" for a third season.
Disney announced the news Monday, revealing season three will follow the Wildcats as they leave the hallways of East High for the ultimate summer at sleepaway camp.
Cancelled: 'Narcos: Mexico'
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Netflix will conclude its hit drug cartel saga "Narcos: Mexico" after season three.
The "Mexico"-set series, which will see 10 episodes for the final season, will bring the "Narcos" franchise on Netflix to its sixth season overall.
Renewed: 'Real Time With Bill Maher'
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HBO has picked up two more seasons of the late-night show, "Real Time With Bill Maher", ensuring the show will continue through 2024.
The renewal comes midway through the show’s current multi-season order, which runs through 2022.
Renewed: 'Gossip Girl'
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HBO Max's "Gossip Girl" reboot has been renewed for a second season.
Fans of the original series, which ended in 2012, fell back in love with the drama, whose premiere episode broke records, bringing in over 555,000 views in the U.S. alone.
Renewed: 'Big Brother: Celebrity Edition'
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CBS is bringing back "Big Brother: Celebrity Edition" for a third season, featuring a whole new group of celebs.
The new season will air in winter 2022 with Julie Chen Moonves returning as host.
Apple TV+ has announced that the upcoming third season of "Dickinson", set to premiere Nov. 3, will be its last, ending the hilarious comedy starring Hailee Steinfeld as teenage poet Emily Dickinson.
"In my wildest dreams, I could never have imagined how rich and satisfying the experience of making this show would become and the incredible joy it has been to tell Emily's story along with Hailee and our brilliant, passionate cast and crew," said series creator Alena Smith in a statement. "I can't wait to share our epic final season with the world, and to bring our audience along with us to the conclusion of Emily's coming-of-age saga, as she continues to fight for her own poetic truth, while reckoning with so many of the issues that face us now. "
Cancelled: 'The Republic of Sarah'
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The CW is not inviting "The Republic of Sarah" back for a second season.
In the series, schoolteacher Sarah Cooper (Stella Baker) enlists the citizens of her small New Hampshire town to evoke an obscure loophole in the town charter to declare independence from the rest of the country in order to thwart a mining company's plans to raze the town in order to mine the valuable mineral that's been discovered beneath it.
Renewed: 'Reservation Dogs'
The groundbreaking and hilarious new comedy "Reservation Dogs" has received an early renewal for a second season.
Following the exploits of a group of First Nations teens on an Oklahoma reservation, the series has already made history for being the first TV series ever in which its creators, cast and entire writers' room are all Indigenous.
Renewed: 'Kevin Can F**k Himself'
Annie Murphy and "Kevin Can F**k Himself" will return for a second season, with AMC renewing the unique series that explores the hidden life of the beleaguered wife of an obnoxious sitcom character.
“We’re so grateful to AMC for giving a home to our weird little show," said series creator Valerie Armstrong. "Creating the first season of Kevin Can F**k Himself and getting to tell this story has been the joy of my life. We couldn’t be more thrilled to be stuck in Worcester with Allison for another year.”
Renewed: 'Cobra Kai'
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After its shift from YouTube to Netflix, "Cobra Kai" continues to be a hit for the streamer, which just renewed the "Karate Kid" spin-off series for a fifth season.
The fourth season is slated to debut in December, following the still-simmering rivalry between Ralph Macchio's Daniel LaRusso and nemesis Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka).
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HBO has closed the skatepark for "Betty". The network cancelled its all-girl skateboarding show after two seasons. Based on the 2018 movie "Skate Kitchen", the teen comedy series starred Dede Lovelace as Janay, Kabrina Adams as Honeybear, Nina Moran as Kirt, Ajani Russell as Indigo, and Rachelle Vinberg as Camille.
Renewed: 'Desus & Mero'
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Desus Nice and The Kid Mero do it again. Showtime has renewed "Desus & Mero" for the fourth season set to premiere in 2022. The comedians debuted the show on Viceland in 2016 before moving to Showtime three years later. Season three of the late-night talk show is set to conclude on Dec. 12 and guests this season include Zendaya, Ludacris, Glenn Close, J Balvin and Lil Nas X.
Renewed: 'Your Honor'
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Showtime keeps on rolling with the renewals. Bryan Cranston will reprise his role as New Orleans judge Michael Desiato in season two of "Your Honor". Cranston portrays a respected New Orleans judge caught up in a high-stakes game of deceit.
Renewed: 'RuPaul's Drag Race'
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Queens never stop slaying.
"RuPaul's Drag Race" has officially been renewed for season 14.
"I am extremely grateful to all the amazing and talented Drag Race queens -- past, present and future -- that continue to inspire us to find new ways to tell their stories," RuPaul said. "Through love, light and laughter, they remind all of us that the most powerful thing you can do is to become the image of your own imagination."
Along with season 14 of the drag competition, the companion show "Untucked" is returning, and the spin-off "RuPaul's Secret Celebrity Drag Race" has also been renewed for season 2.
Cancelled: 'Punky Brewster'
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"Punky Brewster" has been cancelled after season one.
The show was one of the first original series on NBCU's streaming platform Peacock.
Renewed: 'Never Have I Ever'
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"Oh my god."
After debuting its second season in July 2021, Netflix has renewed the Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher-created comedy "Never Have I Ever" for season 3.
“We are so grateful to Netflix and Universal Television for letting us continue to tell this story, and to the fans around the world who clamoured to see more of this badly behaved Indian teenager," the co-creators said.
"Never Have I Ever" stars Canadian Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as a high school girl navigating the world of family, friends and relationships as a teenager.
Also returning for season 3 are Poorna Jagannathan, Richa Moorjani, Jaren Lewison, Darren Barnet, Lee Rodriguez, Ramona Young and narrator John McEnroe.
Gordon Ramsay's "MasterChef" will be returning for a 12th season, with fellow judges Aarón Sánchez and Joe Bastianich also back onboard.
“Obviously, Gordon is a good friend and, given the recent launch of Studio Ramsay Global, an important part of Fox’s programming and growth strategy,” said Rob Wade, president of alternative entertainment and specials, Fox Entertainment. “'MasterChef', Gordon, Aarón and Joe, and our fantastic partners at ESNA, have been vital to Fox’s DNA. Even in its 11th season, this show continues to impress by sustaining Fox’s success on Wednesdays this Summer. We anticipate this momentum to continue next year when 'MasterChef' returns for a much-deserved Season 12.”
Renewed: 'FBoy Island'
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The hit reality series "FBoy Island" is coming back for more.
HBO Max has renewed the series for a second season.
The show follows three woman as they look for love from a pool of 12 "Nice Guys" and 12 more self-proclaimed "FBoys".
The first season was HBO Max's most successful reality show since the U.S.-based streaming service launched in 2020.
Cancelled: 'The Real Housewives of Dallas'
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"The Real Housewives of Dallas" will not be returning anytime soon, although the door is apparently being left open for a possible return at some point.
“There are currently no plans to bring 'The Real Housewives of Dallas' back next year, and beyond that nothing official has been decided,” declared a statement from Bravo.
Renewed: 'What We Do In The Shadows'
With the third season of vampire spoof "What We Do in the Shadows" set to premiere in early September, FX has announced that it's already ordered a fourth.
“Fans can’t seem to get enough of What 'We Do in the Shadows' and FX is ready to feed that appetite by setting up the series for a fourth season,” Nick Grad, president of original programming at FX Entertainment said during the network’s TCA presentation on Friday. “Our thanks to the extraordinary job by the creative team, cast, and crew who keep making a great show better each season.”
Renewed: White Lotus
HBO is ordering a second season of "White Lotus". Created by Mike White ("Enlightened"), the first season of the dark comedy followed the dysfunctional guests (including such stars as Connie Britton, Jennifer Coolidge and Steve Zahn) at a swanky Hawaiian resort.
The second season, however, will introduce a whole new cast, with new characters at a different White Lotus hotel in another tropical location.
“Mike has once again delivered a quintessential HBO show, and it’s the talk of the town. We were thrilled to hear where he wanted to go next, after closing this epic chapter in Hawaii, and can’t wait to keep following him wherever he takes us,” said HBO exec vp programming Francesca Orsi in a statement.
Renewed: 'The Circle'
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Netflix is renewing "The Circle" for a fourth and fifth season.
The game-show series already has a third season coming this fall, following up season 2, which premiered this past spring.
Renewed: 'Indian Matchmaking'
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"Indian Matchmaking" is coming back for a second season.
The hit reality series that took Netflix by storm after its premiere last year follows matchmaker Sima Taparia as she guides clients in the United States and India through the arranged marriage process.
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Amazon Prime Video has cancelled "Panic" after one season.
The show based on the YA novel starred Camron Jones, Ray Nicholson and Olivia Welch.
Cancelled: 'Little Voice'
The Sara Bareilles co-created Apple+ show "Little Voice" has been cancelled after one season.
The show starred Brittany O’Grady, Sean Teale, Colton Ryan and Shalini Bathina.
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The Rose Byrne-led dramedy "Physical" has been renewed for a second season on Apple TV+.
Set in the 1980s, the show follows a woman, played by Byrne, who goes on a journey of self-discovery through aerobics.
"We have been thrilled to see audiences around the world fall in love and feel seen by this show and we can’t wait for everyone to experience the next chapter in Sheila’s journey towards personal empowerment," said Apple TV+ exec Michelle Lee.
Renewed: 'Mighty Ducks'
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“Mighty Ducks: Game Changers” has been renewed for a second season.
The show stars Brady Noon, Lauren Graham and Emilio Estevez, who reprises his role as Gordon Bombay from the original movie series
Production on the Disney+ show is scheduled to begin early next year.
Renewed: 'The Chi'
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Lena Waithe's acclaimed series "The Chi" is coming back for more.
After the season 4 finale aired on August 1, Waithe revealed that the show has already been renewed for season 5.
“Season 5 of The Chi is coming. It is done. It is written,” she told fans.
Renewed: 'Love, Victor'
The Disney+ Star series "Love, Victor" has been renewed for a third season.
Inspired by the film "Love, Simon", the coming-of-age show centres on Victor, played by Michael Cimino, a teenager navigating coming out while also being a star high school athlete.
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"Snowpiercer" the post-apocalyptic sci-fi series based on the film by Bong Joon-o has been renewed for a fourth season.
The series, set on a train carrying the remnants of humanity, stars Daveed Diggs, Alison Wright, Jennifer Connelly, Sean Bean and more.
Renewed: 'Sweet Tooth'
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Netflix has given the green light to a second season of the fantasy-drama "Sweet Tooth".
Based on the comic book series by Jeff Lemire, the show follows the post-apocalyptic adventures of Gus, who is part deer, part boy.
“It’s been equally thrilling and heartwarming to experience how people around the world have been falling in love with our deer-boy. We couldn’t be more excited to continue our collaboration with Netflix and keep following Gus and his friends on their extraordinary journey," says showrunner Jim Mickle.
Renewed: 'The Good Fight'
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"The Good Fight" enters deep waters after Paramount+ renewed the show for a sixth season. The ViacomCBS streaming service announced the news early into the show's season five run, which premiered in June. Watch "The Good Fight" on W Network on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.