The adventures of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling will continue, with Netflix announcing it will renew the critically acclaimed comedy series for a third season.
Cancelled: 'The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale'
Say goodbye to Joel McHale. Netflix has cancelled the "Community" alum's talk show following its season one premiere in February.
Cancelled: 'The Break With Michelle Wolf'
Tough luck for Michelle Wolf. The comedian had plenty of buzz after her controversial White House Correspondents' Dinner speech, but the viewership for "The Break" was not significant enough for Netflix to move forward with a second season.
Cancelled: 'The Royals'
The exploits of "Queen" Elizabeth Hurley and her fictional royal family are coming to an end, with E! announcing it won't renew "The Royals" for a fifth season. “E! will not be moving forward with another season of ‘The Royals,’ which launched in 2015 as the network’s first original scripted series. Over four seasons, ‘The Royals’ took viewers behind the palace gates on a scandalous journey filled with twists and turns," reads a statement from E!. "We are grateful to the cast and our producing partners at Lionsgate and Universal Cable Productions.” The cancellation comes months after series creator and showrunner Mark Schwahn was fired from the show following numerous allegations of sexual harassment involving female cast and crew members on the show.
Renewed: 'Anne with an E'
Get ready for more adventures from Canada's favourite red-headed historical heroine, with CBC announcing plans to renew "Anne with an E" for a third season. The latest TV series based on Lucy Maud Montgomery's timeless novels "Anne of Green Gables" novels, "Anne with an E" will debut its second season on CBC in September (the show airs on Netflix in the U.S.). "We are thrilled to be able to announce a third season of 'Anne with an E' before season two premieres in Canada," said Sally Catto, General Manager, Programming, CBC. "Anne with an E delivered a rich first season, drawing in both new and existing fans to the world of Avonlea. We have no doubt that
Canadians will continue to fall in love with this beautiful and heartwarming series for seasons to come."
The NBC/Universal-owned USA Network is pulling the plug on "Shooter" after three seasons. The show — in which Ryan Phillippe stars as former military marksman Bob Lee Swagger, who comes out of retirement to prevent the president's assassination — got off to a rocky start when its premiere was delayed due to a real-life mass shooting. According to Deadline, the show's studio is reportedly shopping the show to other networks in hopes of a fourth-season pickup.
Renewed: 'Dr. Pimple Popper'
After parlaying her gross-yet-popular pimple-popping YouTube videos into hit reality show "Dr. Pimple Popper", dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee will be returning with a second season of zit-squeezing exploits. “We are delighted our viewers have embraced 'Dr. Pimple Popper', making it a hit for TLC this summer," said TLC president Howard Lee in the renewal announcement. "We look forward to giving viewers more of the fantastic Dr. Sandra Lee and showcasing how she tackles challenging conditions and, most importantly, improves her patients’ lives in the upcoming season.”
Renewed: 'Castle Rock'
Hulu has renewed "Castle Rock", and will reprise the J.J. Abrams-produced anthology series for a second season. Based on characters and situations introduced in the novels of Stephen King, the second season of "Castle Rock" will likely feature an entirely new cast, taking over for a first-season roster of talent that includes Sissy Spacek, Andre Holland, Melanie Lynskey, Bill Skarsgard and Jane Levy. A premiere date for the second season hasn't yet been set.
RenewedL 'Queen Sugar'
The fourth season of “Queen Sugar” has been confirmed. The show follows an estranged family in Louisiana. A major change this season sees Anthony Sparks assume creative control of the show.
Renewed: ‘Flip Or Flop’
HGTV has renewed “Flip Or Flop” for an eighth season.
The remodelling hit stars now-divorced couple Tarek and Christina El Moussa as they remodel homes in South California.
Production on season 8 is currently underway and is expected to hit HGTV in spring 2019.
Renewed: ‘Celebrity Family Feud’, ‘$100,000 Pyramid’ and ‘To Tell The Truth’
Steve Harvey and “Celebrity Family Feud” have been renewed for another season after keeping up the consistent high rating and maintain its summer Sunday at eight, number one spot. ABC also has given the green light to new seasons of “$100,00 Pyramid” & “To Tell The Truth “ with host Anthony Anderson
Showtime president and CEO David Nevins announced at the TCAs that the upcoming eighth season of "Homeland" will be its last.
Nevins stressed, "It's not a cancellation."
“[Showrunner] Alex Gansa will be bringing his show to its proper conclusion,” Nevins added, according to Deadline. “I can’t say how much it has meant to the acceleration of our brand and for me personally: It was the first series I greenlit.”
A premiere date for "Homeland" Season 8 has not been announced yet.
Renewed: 'American Horror Story'
FX has renewed Ryan Murphy's "American Horror Story" through til season 10. The series is currently in production on its eighth season — subtitled "Apocalypse" — which will feature the long-awaited crossover between the horror anthology's "Coven" and "Murder House" seasons.
Cancelled: 'The Dangerous Book For Boys'
It seems Amazon Prime believes "The Dangerous Book For Boys" is overdue. The streaming service has tossed season two of Bryan Cranston's comedy-drama after just one season.
Renewed: 'Better Call Saul', 'Fear The Walking Dead', 'McMafia'
AMC have announced that "Better Call Saul", "Fear the Walking Dead" and "McMafia" will all be returning to screens for another season.
The cable channel confirmed that "Better Call Saul" and "Fear the Walking Dead" would both be renewed for a fifth season, while "McMafia" is heading into its second series.
"In an environment where viewer choice is almost unlimited, the success of these shows is especially meaningful, with characters and stories that our viewers connect with and return to season after season," AMC president of originals, David Madden, said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Renewed: 'Sneaky Pete'
Amazon has announced it has ordered a third season of "Sneaky Pete". The series, created by former "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston and "House" creator David Shore, Created by Bryan Cranston and David Shore, stars Giovanni Ribisi as a con man ex-con trying to avoid being whacked by the mobster he once robbed by assuming the identify of his onetime cellmate, Pete.
Renewed: ‘Altered Carbon’
“Altered Carbon” has been renewed for a second season -- but with the twist.
“Captain America” star Anthony Mackie will replace Joel Kinnaman as Takeshi Kovacs on the Netflix drama.
Season 2's release date has not been revealed.
Cancelled: 'The Affair'
Showtime has announced "The Affair" will return for a fifth season — which will also be its final one for the provocative drama, which focuses on the emotional fallout for two fractured couples after an extramarital affair. "We love the intimacy, the nuance and the emotional honesty of The Affair's subjective examination of both infidelity and fidelity," said Gary Levine, president of programming at Showtime Networks. "[Co-creator and Showrunner] Sarah Treem has always envisioned this as a five-season series, and we will be fascinated to see where she takes her talented cast and all of us next year in its climactic season."
More 'Yellowstone' For Fans
Paramount Network has officially renewed "Yellowstone" for a second season. The Kevin Costner-led critically-acclaimed drama will be back with 10 new episodes next year.
‘Babylon Berlin’ Bounces Back
The period crime drama “Babylon Berlin” is coming back for a third season. The season will take place in 1930s Germany and explore the dark side of the entertainment industry
Renewed: 'Wynonna Earp'
Days after its third-season premiere, Syfy announced at San Diego Comic-Con that "Wynonna Earp" will be returning for a fourth season, continuing the supernatural adventures of the great-great-granddaughter of legendary lawman Wyatt Earp (Melanie Scrofano) she battles demons and various other mystical monsters.
Renewed: 'The Man In The High Castle'
Amazon has announced its intentions to air a fourth season of the alternative history drama "The Man in the High Castle". The studio announced the news at San Diego Comic-Con and shared a brand new look at the upcoming third season.
Renewed: 'Marvel's Cloak & Dagger'
Freeform has officially renewed "Marvel's Cloak & Dagger" for a second season, as announced Friday at San Diego Comic-Con.
Revived: "Star Wars: The Clone Wars"
Five years after its cancellation, animated TV series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" has been revived. The announcement that the "Star Wars" TV spinoff will return with new episodes was made at Comic Con. "I honestly didn't think we would ever have the opportunity to return to The Clone Wars," supervising producer Dave Filoni said in a statement following the announcement. "Thanks to the relentless fan support and the team behind Disney's direct-to-consumer streaming service, we will now get to tell more of those stories. We feel a tremendous responsibility to make something that lives up to the legacy that George Lucas created with the original series and I think our team, many of whom worked on the show from the beginning, has risen to the challenge."
After four seasons ‘UnREAL’ has been cancelled by streaming service Hulu. The drama was about the behind-the-scenes events of a reality TV show. Its final season ironically focuses on the fictional show being cancelled.
The Starz channel has renewed drama "Sweetbitter" for a second season, continuing the coming-of-age adventures of Tess (Ella Purnell), a young woman who arrives in NYC and lands a job in a posh Manhattan restaurant. "Season one gave audiences a taste of the characters and backstory of an upscale New York restaurant, leaving them wanting more – which we will deliver with a second helping of ‘Sweetbitter,’” said Starz president/CEO Chris Albrecht. “The immersion of the audience into the world in and around the restaurant will deepen as the series looks further into the complexities of Tess’ awakening and the lives of her new friends and colleagues in the second season.”
Renewed: 'Queer Eye'
A day after "Queer Eye" nabbed four Emmy nominations, Netflix announced the reboot of groundbreaking 2000s reality series "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" has been renewed for a third season. All members of the Fab 5 — Antoni Porowski (food and wine), Bobby Berk (interior design), Karamo Brown (culture), Jonathan Van Ness (grooming) and Tan France (fashion) —will be returning.
Ryan Murphy's ode to ball culture of the 1980s will be returning for a second season, with FX announcing plans to renew "Pose". “Ryan Murphy has once again revolutionized television with 'Pose', an incredibly engaging story of creativity, courage, compassion, love and family at a pivotal time in our culture,” said FX head John Landgraf of the show, which features more transgender cast and crew than any TV series in history. “As television critics have universally acknowledged, there is simply nothing like 'Pose' on TV, so effortlessly excelling on every creative level and earning a place in television history for its infectiously inclusive spirit."
Renewed: ‘Animal Kingdom’, ‘Claws’
TNT is bringing back both “Animal Kingdom” and “Claws”.
“Animal Kingdom” will return for it’s fourth season while “Claws” will enter it’s third.
“Claws” ranked among the top five cable dramas this past year.
"Champions" cannot even be considered contenders anymore. The freshman comedy starring Mindy Kaling was dropped from the network, although the remainder of the season will continue to air on Netflix.
After two seasons, History has decided not to renew its Navy SEAL drama "Six". This decision comes with only four more episodes left to air in the second season, which will run as scheduled.
Fox has announced the cancellation of its rookie comedy "Ghosted".
The paranormal comedy starred Adam Scott and Craig Robinson.
"Ghosted" was the last live-action comedy left on Fox's schedule after the cancellations, but the network has three new comedies lined up for this fall.
Renewed: 'Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours To Hell And Back'
Fox has renewed Gordon Ramsay's latest series "24 Hours to Hell and Back" for a second season after only two episodes.
The series follows Ramsay as he helps turn struggling restaurants around in only 24 hours.
Cancelled: 'Famous In Love'
Freeform has cancelled the drama series "Famous in Love" after two seasons.
Showrunner I. Marlene King and star Bella Thorne are reported to have clashed repeatedly over the course of the series.
Freeform decided to cancel the series after streaming partner Hulu declined to increase their financial stake in production.
The TV Land series "Nobodies" has been cancelled after two seasons on the air.
The comedy, which debuted in March 2017, starred Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf and Rachel Ramras as three friends trying to get their feature film script produced.
'Timeless' has been cancelled for a second time at NBC. The time-travel drama, produced by Sony Pictures Television Studios, was saved from cancellation last year after Sony gave up 50 percent of the show's ownership rights to NBC's Universal Television. Sadly, NBC has decided to axe the show once again, though sources tell Deadline that the studio and network are involved in talks for a potential two-hour movie to wrap up the finale cliffhanger.
Renewed: 'Dear White People'
Netflix has ordered a third season of its racially charged comedy "Dear White People". In a Twitter video declaring a special message from The Order of X, actor Giancarlo Esposito (who lends his voice to the show as narrator), says, "I come with a message of truth. To clarify the false information that's being disseminated around the world today: 'Dear White People' will be returning to Netflix for season 3. We'll meet you there."
Renewed: 'RuPaul's Drag Race'
VH1 has officially ordered another season of the hit competition show “RuPaul’s Drag Race”.
“After 10 sickening seasons, the 'Drag Race' phenomenon is just getting started,” said executive producer and host RuPaul Charles. “I want to thank VH1 for providing this amazing platform for a whole new generation of super-talented drag queens.”
Star/creator Donald Glover's critically acclaimed "Atlanta" is being invited back for a third season, with FX announcing plans to renew the groundbreaking comedy. “'Atlanta' is phenomenal, achieving and exceeding what few television series have done,” said FX Networks and FX Productions programming president Nick Grad. “With 'Atlanta Robbin’ Season', Donald and his collaborators elevated the series to even greater heights, building on the enormous success of their award-winning first season. We’re grateful to the producers and our extraordinary cast and crew for achieving this level of excellence, and we share the excitement with our audience about the third season knowing they will continue to take us to unexpected and thrilling places.”
Renewed: '13 Reasons Why'
Production will begin later this year on a third season of "13 Reasons Why", with Netflix announcing it's renewing the Selena Gomez-produced teen drama for a new 13-episode season. Look for season three to debut sometime in 2019.
"Younger" will be coming back for a sixth season, with the TV Land channel making the announcement that the Sutton Foster-starring comedy is being renewed. "'Younger' exemplifies romantic comedy at its best and each season the show hits new creative and ratings heights," said Kevin Kay, president of TV Land, CMT and Paramount Network. "We are honoured to continue to work with the brilliant Darren Star and this amazing cast, led by the multitalented Sutton Foster. The new season is outstanding and we are thrilled for what’s to come for these beloved characters."
Freeform has announced that "Shadowhunters" will end after its third season, ending the journey with a two-hour movie. "We are very proud of 'Shadowhunters', a series that broke new ground in the genre world and became a fan favourite,” the network said in a statement. “However, along with our partners at Constantin, we reached the very difficult decision not to renew the show for a fourth season. But as big supporters and fans ourselves, Freeform insisted on and championed the filming of a special two-part finale that would give devoted fans a proper ending. The 12 episodes will air in spring 2019. We want to thank our talented creators, producers, cast and crew along with our colleagues at Constantin for their hard work and dedication and to Cassie Clare for her incredible book series. We look forward to the final chapter of this breakthrough drama."
Bravo has pulled the plug on "Imposters" as the network reexamines its approach to scripted series. The season two conclusion of "Imposters" will now serve as the series finale.
FX has ordered a third season of Marvel's mutant drama "Legion".
“Legion has redefined the superhero drama and exceeded all expectations as the intensity and revelation build through the second season,” said President of Original Programming for FX Eric Schrier. “We are incredibly proud of Noah Hawley’s achievement and are honoured to continue the series as it pushes the boundaries of conventional television storytelling."
The show stars Dan Stevens as Legion, the son of Charles Xavier, as well as Aubrey Plaza and Rachel Keller.
Disney Channel has officially renewed animated television series "Tangled” for a third season. Stars Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi are set to reprise their roles as Rapunzel and Eugene.
Cancelled: ‘The Arrangement’
After just two seasons on the air it’s been confirmed that “The Arrangement” will not be renewed for a third season. An E! spokesperson says, “While we have decided not to move forward with the series, we are incredibly grateful to the cast and our production partner. “
Cancelled: ‘Code Black’
The CBS medical drama “Code Black” has been cancelled after three seasons. Showrunner Michael Seitzman confirmed on Twitter, “The sad news came today that we were cancelled. It’s been a true joy to make this show and watch your response every week.”
Cancelled: 'The Chew'
After seven ratings-challenged seasons, ABC is pulling the plug on its food-centric daytime talk show "The Chew". While the network announcement says the show is being taken off the schedule in order to make room for a third hour of "Good Morning America", "The Chew" certainly wasn't helped when one of its four hosts — celebrity chef Mario Batali — was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women. “Over the past six years 'Good Morning America' has solidified its place as America’s No. 1 morning show,” said Ben Sherwood, co-chairman, Disney Media Networks, and president, Disney|ABC Television, in the announcement. “We believe there is great opportunity for viewers and advertisers in expanding to a third hour.”
Being the SYFY network's most watched series and its highest ratings earner, the hit show will return for a second season, it's been confirmed.
The female-focused drama from Sarah Gertrude Shapiro and Marti Noxon will likely end in its fourth season. It’s set to air the new season first on Hulu rather than its normal network, Lifetime.
Renewed: 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'
Following the exploits of a trailblazing female standup comic (Rachel Brosnahan) in the late 1950s, the critically acclaimed period comedy from "Gilmore Girls" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has been renewed by Amazon for a third season — before the second has even aired! Addressing the renewal, Sherman-Palladino referenced the show winning a prestigious Peabody Award. "You’re going to give it to us because we’re bringing home the fancy thing, right?” she joked.
Cancelled: ‘Jane The Virgin'
After Gina Rodriguez hinted on social media that season 5 of "Jane The Virgin" might be the show's last, it has now been confirmed that the hit show will end.
The creators of “iZombie” are giving viewers a season 5 to close the show properly because of the true “fandom” the show has created.
Cancelled: ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'
Co-creator Rachel Bloom tweets, “Just found out that #CrazyExGirlfriend has been renewed for a final season.” The show will come to an end after its fourth and final season.
Renewed: 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'
"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." has been renewed at ABC for a sixth season, but with a shortened episode order. The show will be back for 13 episodes instead of the regular 22.