Renewed: 'Animal Kingdom'
"Animal Kingdom" has been renewed for a sixth season, which will also been its last.
The fifth season of the gritty crime drama, headlined by Shawn Hatosy, is expected to debut sometime in the summer of 2021.
Renewed: 'Queen Sugar'
"Queen Sugar" is bringing that sweet, sweet drama back to OWN for a sixth season. Show creator Ava DuVernay confirmed the news on Thursday, Jan. 14.
“What a joy and an honour to continue the stories of Queen Sugar with our partners at OWN and Warner Bros," DuVernay said in a statement. "On behalf of every producer, editor, costumer, grip, writer, cast member and all departments involved in making this series, we’re delighted to delve into a sixth season and to bring our beautiful audience more of the Bordelon family.”
The fifth season of Issa Rae's HBO hit, "Insecure", will be the show's last. In an announcement, Rae revealed that she had always planned on only doing five seasons of the much-beloved series and that production on season 5 was set to begin in late January 2021. The show first debuted in October 2016 and was based on Rae's online series, "Awkward Black Girl". "Insecure" received four Emmy nominations last year.
Cancelled: 'The Haves and the Have Nots"
Debuting on OWN in 2013, Tyler Perry's "The Haves and the Have Nots" will be concluding at the end of the current eighth season.
"'The Haves and the have Nots' was the first scripted drama we aired on OWN, and to say it took off from the first day it hit the air is an understatement," said OWN founder Oprah Winfrey in a statement. "It's all due to one man's creativity and very vivid imagination, a man I refer to as my 'big little brother,' Tyler Perry. I thank Tyler, the incredible cast, the tireless crew and every single viewer who watched with bated breath each week and tweeted along with us these past eight years. I will be watching alongside you all during this final season."
Renewed: 'Canada's Drag Race'
Get ready to sashay away all over again.
"Canada's Drag Race" will be coming back for season 2 this year, with production set to get underway in the coming months.
Renewed: 'His Dark Materials'
HBO and BBC One have ordered a third and final season of "His Dark Materials".
The upcoming eight-episode season is set to close the story.
Terence Stamp, Jade Anouka and Simone Kirby are set to join series regulars Ariyon Bakare, Andrew Scott, Will Keen, Ruta Gedmintas and Lin-Manuel Miranda for the final episodes.
Renewed: ‘B Positive’
Chuck Lorre's "B Positive" has been given another five episodes on CBS.
After 13 episodes of the Thomas Middleditch and Annaleigh Ashford led show, the back order will complete a full season.
Renewed: 'The Wilds'
The YA drama "The Wilds" has been renewed for a second season by Amazon Prime Video.
The show stars Helena Howard, Rachel Griffiths, David Sullivan, Troy Winbush and more.
Renewed: 'The Flight Attendant'
"The Flight Attendant" will be taking flight for a second season, with HBO Max announcing its renewing the dark comedy. The plot surrounds a hard-drinking flight attendant (Kaley Cuoco of "The Big Bang Theory") who wakes up after a booze-filled night with a stranger only to find him dead in bed — with no memory of what took place.
“We are delighted that the show has resonated so strongly with audiences and critics,” said HBO chief content officer Casey Bloys.
Renewed: 'Virgin River'
"Virgin River" will be returning to Netflix for a 10-episode third season — good news for fans, given the second season ended with a massive cliffhanger.
The series is based on a series of bestselling Harlequin books focused on nurse practitioner Melinda Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge), who's moved to the remote California town of Virgin River in search of a fresh start, only to discover that living in a small town is far more complicated than her expectations.
Renewed: 'Locke & Key'
Netflix is renewing "Locke & Key" for a third season, just as production in Toronto is wrapping on the second.
After their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances, the three Locke siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father's death. As the Locke children explore the different keys and their unique powers, a mysterious demon awakens — and will stop at nothing to steal them.
Renewed: 'Kids Say The Darndest Things'
Kids aren't done saying outrageous things just yet.
CBS has ordered a second season of the revival series "Kids Say the Darndest Things", hosted by Tiffany Haddish.
The show had previously been cancelled by ABC earlier this year following its first season. CBS previously ran the original version of the series from 1998 to 2000, hosted by Bill Cosby.
Renewed: 'Full Frontal With Samantha Bee'
Samantha Bee isn't done sticking it to those in power just yet.
The Canadian-American comedian's show "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" has been renewed for a sixth season at TBS.
"It’s a huge honor to get to keep doing this crazy smart and silly show for a sixth season,” Bee said in a statement, joking, “Is it official though? Are we still waiting for Pennsylvania to certify the sixth season?”
Apple TV+ is renewing M. Night Shyamalan's "Servant" for a third season, ahead of the second season premiere on Jan. 15, 2021.
Viewers of the psychological thriller have been told to expect the second season to take a supernatural twist.
Renewed: 'The Kelly Clarkson Show'
After more than a year on the air, "The Kelly Clarkson Show" has been renewed through 2023.
The show, which is headed into its second season, is the most watched new daytime talk show in seven years.
Episodes feature a mix of celebrity guests, everyday people, games, performances, and host Kelly Clarkson's signature "Kellyoke" covers.
Marvel’s Hulu drama “Helstrom” has been cancelled after one season.
The supernatural series, which was based on the comic of the same name, just wrapped season one in October.
Renewed: 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" has been renewed for another four seasons, taking the series to 18 seasons total.
This will make it the longest running live action scripted comedy.
Renewed: 'The Handmaid's Tale'
Hulu has renewed "The Handmaid's Tale" for a fifth season ahead of the season four premiere.
The first three seasons have racked up 54 Emmy nominations.
Netflix has pulled the plug on their adult animated series "Hoops" after just one season.
The show premiered on the streamer on Aug. 21, starring "New Girl"'s Jake Johnson, Rob Riggle and more.
Renewed: 'For All Mankind'
Apple TV+ plus has given the green light for a third season of the alternate history space race drama "For All Mankind".
The second season of the show was delayed after filming shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is set to debut Feb. 19.
Renewed: 'The Family Business'
The BET+ streaming service has renewed "The Family Business" for a third season. Based on the crime novel by Carl Weber, Ernie Hudson stars as the patriarch of the Duncans, an upstanding New York family whose exotic car dealership is actually a front for far more illegal activities.
It's official: the current sixth season of NBC comedy "Superstore" (which airs in Canada on Global) will be its last.
"We're grateful to Universal Television and NBC for letting us make 113 episodes of a show we're so proud of, and for giving us the chance to work with such an incredibly talented group of actors, writers and crew," said executive producers Justin Spitzer, Gabe Miller and Jonathan Green in a joint statement. "We're thankful most of all to the viewers who've stuck with us for the past six years (or discovered us somewhere along the way). We'll do our best to go out strong and give you the satisfying ending you deserve."
Renewed: 'Fear The Walking Dead'
Fans of zombie-stabbing dramas are in for some good news. AMC has announced that "Fear the Walking Dead" is being renewed for a seventh season.
Renewed: 'Masked Singer'
"Masked Singer" will be back for a fifth season on Fox. In a pleasant surprise for "Community" fans, "Masked Singer" panelist Ken Jeon and Joel McHale will reunite to emcee Fox's New Year's Eve telecast.
Amazon's "Utopia" has been cancelled after one season.
The show was about a group of comic book fans who find a deadly pandemic and was a remake of the British series by the same name.
An official reason for cancellation was not given but many found it hit too close to home.
Cancelled: 'One Day At A Time'
"One Day At A Time", the former Netflix comedy, has been cancelled.
The reboot of Norman Lear's 1975 beloved series was previously cancelled by the streaming giant before being picked up by ViacomCBS for a fourth season. Filming of the fourth and final season was cut short earlier this year due to COVID-19.
Renewed: 'The Expanse'
Amazon has officially renewed hit sci-fi series "The Expanse" for a sixth and final season.
The early renewal comes ahead of the debut of season 5 in December.
Not returning for the final season is Canadian actor Has Anvar, who faced a number of sexual misconduct allegations over the summer.
Cancelled: 'Black Lightning'
When "Black Lightning" returns with its fourth season in February 2021, that will be the series' last.
"When we first started the 'Black Lighting 'journey, I knew that Jefferson Pierce and his family of powerful Black women would be a unique addition to the superhero genre. The love that Blerds and all comic book fans around the globe have shown this series over the past three seasons proved what we imagined, Black people want to see themselves in all their complexities," showrunner/exec producer Salim Akil said in a statement. "Thank you to the phenomenal cast, writers and crew without whom none of this would’ve been possible. I’m incredibly proud of the work we’ve been able to do and the moments we’ve been able to create in bringing DC’s first African-American family of superheroes to life for the culture."
However, The CW is already working on developing a "Black Lightning" spinoff, "Painkiller", with Jordan Calloway to reprise his role as Khalil Payne, a.k.a. Painkiller, to be spun off as a backdoor pilot and be the seventh episode in the upcoming season.
Hulu has renewed the Larmone Morris-led comedy "Woke" for a second season, just two months after its series premiere.
In the show, inspired by the life of artist Keith Knight, Morris plays Keef, a cartoonist on the brink of success whose worldview gets turned upside down after a brush with law enforcement.
The series also stars Blake Anderson, Sasheer Zamata and Rose McIver.
Cancelled: 'The Order'
"The Order" won't be conjuring up a third season.
Netflix is cancelling the series, about a secret order of witches at war against a secret society of werewolves.
Series creator Dennis Heaton confirmed the cancellation on Twitter, writing, “For two seasons, I was honoured to work with an incredible cast and crew on 'The Order' for Netflix… Unfortunately, we aren’t returning, but I will always cherish the memories and the props I stole. Thank you all for watching.”
'Space Force' Returns For Season 2
Steve Carell’s ‘Space Force’ is flying back to Netflix after being renewed for a second season.
Production on the show will relocate from L.A. to Vancouver in order to reduce costs, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Both co-created by and starring Carell, the show was inspired by Trump's order to establish the space force as the sixth military branch.
A return date has not yet been set, but filming will begin next year.
Renewed: 'The Bradshaw Bunch'
Four-time Super Bowl champion Terry Bradshaw and his family are coming back to TV for more.
E! has renewed "The Bradshaw Bunch" for a second season following its successful first season, which was the network's most-watched show in four years.
The network also renewed popular shows "Botched" and "E! True Hollywood Story".
Renewed: 'Lego Masters'
TV's Lego reality competition series is coming back for more.
Fox has renewed "Lego Masters" for a second season in 2021, once again hosted by Will Arnett.
“‘Lego Masters’ raised the bar for all competition series, wowing fans with its wildly creative builds,” said Fox exec Rob Wade. “Add to that our insanely dynamic host, Will Arnett, and it’s just a great hour of family-friendly fun. We can’t wait to see this new batch of Lego contestants attempt to master Season 2’s even bigger and better challenges, brick by brick.”
Renewed: 'Emily In Paris'
"Emily in Paris" is staying put on Netflix. The streaming service has renewed the Lily Collins-led program for a sophomore outing. Neither episode count nor premiere date has been announced.
Cancelled: 'The Outsider'
HBO won't be bringing "The Outsider" back for more.
The network announced that the supernatural mystery series, based on the novel by Stephen King and starring Jason Bateman, Ben Mendelsohn, Cynthia Erivo, Julianne Nicholson and more, will not return for a second season.
The first season premiered January 2020.
Renewed: 'The Umbrella Academy'
Netflix's "The Umbrella Academy" has been renewed for a third season. Production on the 10-episode season is set to begin in Toronto in February 2021. Hargreeves siblings played by Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, David Casañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher and Justin H. Min, will all reprise their roles.
Renewed: 'Flip or Flop'
HGTV Canada's "Flip or Flop" has been renewed for a 10th season.
The show stars Tarek El Moussa and Christina Anstead and follows the divorced pair as they balance co-parenting their two children with their successful house-flipping business.
Cancelled: 'Castle Rock'
After two seasons, Hulu is pulling the plug on "Castle Rock", its anthology series based on characters created by Stephen King in his various novels, set in his fictional town of Castle Rock, Maine.
While the first season told a standalone story that weaved together elements from "The Shawshank Redemption" and "The Shining", the second focused on the backstory of mentally unstable nurse Annie Wilkes (Lizzy Caplan), decades before the events of "Misery".
"Next" has been cancelled after the first season.
The show underperformed in the ratings but the pandemic is also said to have played a part according to The Wrap .
Cancelled: 'Filthy Rich'
The Kim Cattrall led "Filthy Rich" has been cancelled by Fox after one season.
The show will air the remaining episodes of the first season before coming to an end.
Cancelled: 'Brave New World'
The NBCUniversal-owned streaming service is declining to order a second season of "Brave New World", adapted from Aldous Huxley's dystopian novel.
“There will not be Season 2 of Brave New World on Peacock,” the streamer said in a statement. “David Wiener created a thought-provoking and cinematic adaptation. We’re grateful to the cast and crew who brought this world to life. We look forward to telling more stories with David in the future."
UCP, the studio behind the project, is reportedly shopping "Brave New World" to other outlets in hopes of finding a new home.
Renewed: 'The Babysitter's Club'
The adventures of "The Babysitter's Club" will continue, with Netflix confirming the series (based on the bestselling YA book series) is being renewed for a second season.
The series follows the exploits of a group of middle-school girls in Connecticut who start their own babysitting business.
Renewed: 'Big Brother'
Global's "Big Brother" is coming back for a 23rd season.
The news that the hit reality series will return next summer comes just days before season 22 crowns a winner of the show's "All-Stars" run.
It is confirmed Julie Chen Moonves will continue her hosting duties.
Renewed: 'Ted Lasso'
"Ted Lasso" will be getting even more shots at goal.
Apple TV+ has given an early season 3 renewal to the breakout comedy starring Jason Sudeikis as an American football coach who moves to the U.K. to coach a soccer team.
The show, which recently ended its first season, is set to begin production on season 2 in January.
'Narcos: Mexico' Renewed For Season 3
Netflix has given the green light for “Narcos: Mexico” to return for a third season.
According to The Hollywood Reporter the new episodes of the cartel drama will open in the '90s, when “the globalization of the drug business ignites.”
Wagner Moura, who famously played Pablo Escobar in “Narcos”, will step behind the camera to direct two episodes.
Scoot McNairy will return to star alongside José Maria Yazpik, Alberto Ammann, Alfonso Dosal, Mayra Hermosillo, and Matt Letscher.
Renewed: ‘Cherish The Day’
Ava DuVernay’s anthology series will live another day.
The Oprah Winfrey Network has renewed “Cherish The Day” for a second season after strong ratings for the first season.
Production will begin in 2021.
Sterling Archer is keeping his return to reality going.
FXX has renewed the animated spy comedy "Archer" for a 12th season following a recent ratings boost.
The more recent season saw Archer back in the real world, after spending the previous three seasons stuck in a coma, getting into adventures in his own mind.
Hilary Swank's family space-travel drama "Away" won't be coming back for season 2.
Netflix has cancelled the series, which premiered its first season on Sept. 4, despite spending several weeks in the top 10 streaming ratings.
Renewed: 'Star Trek: Discovery'
"Star Trek: Discovery" is set for another season.
The hit CBS drama will come back for a fourth season with production kicking off next month.
A premiere date has not yet been determined.
'The Vow' Renewed For Season 2
The story of Keith Raniere and his cult NXIVM isn't over yet.
HBO has given a second season order for docuseries "The Vow", which follows the trial against Raniere.
The second season will explore NXIVM's innermost circle, as well as the journeys of the group's founders, supporters and defectors, while also unearthing new evidence and revelations about the group, which included "Smallville" actress Allison Mack among its adherents.
Renewed: ‘Black Monday’
Showtime is bringing back “Black Monday” for a third season.
The series stars Don Cheadle, Regina Hall, Andrew Rannells and Paul Scheer and just wrapped season two this past summer.
Cancelled: 'L.A.'s Finest'
"L.A.'s Finest", starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba, has been cancelled by Spectrum Originals after two seasons.
The news comes after Fox announced in May that it had acquired the rights to air both seasons of the police detective drama.
Cancelled: 'Last Man Standing'
After an impressive nine-season run, Tim Allen's "Last Man Standing" will come to an end in early 2021.
“I’ve been one lucky dude to have been part of 'Last Man Standing',” Allen said of the upcoming finale season. “I so appreciate the incredible support from our fans over this near-decade of work. As we approach the ninth season, I just admire and feel grateful for all the hard work our wonderful cast and crew have done. We had all considered to end the show after last season, but together with Fox, we decided to add a year so we could produce a full season to create the gentle and fun goodbye. I’m looking forward to a memorable and hilarious final season.”
Renewed: 'Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous'
Netflix is renewing "Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous" for a second season.
The animated series follows a group of teenagers who visit a new "Jurassic World" adventure camp where they find themselves stranded after dinosaurs wreak havoc across the island.
In the second season, the campers continue their struggle to survive as the series moves beyond the events of the "Jurassic World" movie.
Cancelled: 'On Becoming A God In Central Florida'
Showtime has reversed their decision on season 2 of Kirsten Dunst's "On Becoming A God In Central Florida".
"Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, we were unable to move forward with production on the new season," a statement read.
"Dickinson" was picked up by Apple for a third season.
The announcement comes ahead of the premiere for the second season of the Hailee Steinfeld-led comedy show.
Renewed: ‘The Outpost’
The CW has renewed ‘The Outpost’ for a fourth season.
The announcement comes ahead of the premiere of the fantasy series' third season, which was set to air in March but was delayed due to COVID-19.
Renewed: 'Tamron Hall'
Walt Disney Television is staying in the "Tamron Hall" business. The nationally syndicated daytime talk show has been renewed for a third season. The last time a daytime talk show was renewed beyond a second season was "Steve Harvey" in 2014.
Cancelled: 'Teenage Bounty Hunters'
Netflix has decided not to renew "Teenage Bounty Hunters" for a second season.
The series first debuted in August.
Netflix's "GLOW" was set for a fourth season but the platform has reversed that decision and cancelled the show due to COVID-19.
"There’s a lot of sh*tty things happening in the world that are much bigger than this right now. But it still sucks," creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch said to Deadline.
Renewed: 'Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready'
Netflix is renewing "Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready", the "Girls Trip" star's showcase of emerging comedy talent. According to a Deadline report, the new standup footage will be filmed under strict pandemic protocols, and is slated to debut sometime in 2021.
Cancelled: 'F Is For Family'
Fans of animated Netflix comedy received a mix of good and bad news when the streamer announced the series, co-created by comedian Bill Burr, was returning for a fifth season — which would also be its last.
“Thank you to all the fans that watched this show,” said Burr in a statement. “Thanks to Vince Vaughn, Peter Billingsley Victoria Vaughn, Ted Sarandos and all the INCREDIBLE writers, performers, animators, editors and musicians that made this show happen. Special thanks to the Captain of the Ship: The great Mike Price! I love all you guys!”
Look for the swan-song fifth season sometime in 2021.
Showtime is officially bringing "Billions" back for season 6.
The next season will air following the second half of season 5, and will see guest star Corey Stoll returning as a series regular.
The renewal comes as the series still awaits production restarting on the final five episodes of season 5, which are set to air in 2021. The first eight episodes of the season, filmed before the pandemic shutdown, aired over the summer.
RENEWED: 'The Wall'
NBC has renewed the hit game show "The Wall" for a fourth season.
The upcoming 20-episode season will also have Chris Hardwick return as host.
Renewed: 'Real Time With Bill Maher'
HBO has renewed "Real Time With Bill Maher" until 2022.
The renewal will bring the show into its 20th season.
Renewed: 'Family Guy' And 'Bob's Burgers'
Fox can't get enough of "Bob's Burgers" or "Family Guy". The network has renewed both animated shows for an additional two seasons. "Family Guy" will air through a milestone 20th season, while “Bob's Burgers" will broadcast a baker's dozen total seasons.
Renewed: 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction'
David Letterman and Netflix will continue their partnership. The streaming service has renewed Letterman's talk show, "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction" for a third season. The program returns October 21 with the entire four-episode season available immediately.
Renewed: ‘Power Book II: Ghost’
Starz has renewed "Power Book II: Ghost" for a second season following a huge series premiere.
The first spinoff series in the expanded "Power" universe franchise became the most-watched new series in the network’s history after drawing in nearly 7.5 million multi-platform views in its debut week.
"Book II: Ghost" is the first of four planned series related to the original drama.
'Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance' Cancelled By Netflix
"Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance" has been cancelled after just one season, despite winning an Emmy for Outstanding Children’s Program.
The series, which was a prequel to Jim Henson’s 1982 film, featured the voices of Sigourney Weaver, Lena Headey and Awkwafina.
In a statement announcing the news, Lisa Henson, CEO of The Jim Henson Company, said: "We know fans are eager to learn how this chapter of 'The Dark Crystal' saga concludes and we’ll look for ways to tell that story in the future."
Renewed: 'Harley Quinn'
The animated series "Harley Quinn" has been renewed for a third season, moving from DC Universe (which is being transitioned from a streaming service to a premium comics service) to HBO Max.
In the animated version, the psychotic Harley (played by Margot Robbie in film) is voiced by former "Big Bang Theory" star Kaley Cuoco.
Renewed: 'Raised By Wolves'
The sci-fi series "Raised By Wolves", produced by Ridley Scott, has been renewed for a second season.
The series, which launched on Sept. 3, tells the story of two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious new planet.
Renwed: 'Die Hart'
Kevin Hart is coming back to Quibi with a second season of his short-form series "Die Hart".
The comedian plays a fictional version of himself in the series, going to an action star school headed up by a maniacal John Travolta.
Despite a previous pickup order, "Stumptown" won't be returning for a second season after all. According to a report in Deadline, ABC pulled the plug on the Cobie Smulders-starring crime drama when the COVID-19 production shutdown meant the show wouldn't be ready for a fall launch.
However, the show may live on. Reports say the studio behind "Stumptown", ABC Signature, will be shopping it around in hopes of finding a new home.
Renewed: 'Desus & Mero'
Desus Nice and The Kid Mero can keep talking, with Showtime renewing their irreverent talk show for a third season.
“All of us at Showtime are so proud to have 'Desus & Mero' as our signature late-night series,” said Gary Levine, President of Entertainment, Showtime Networks. “They are our very own ‘Bronx Bombers’ who knock it out of the park every episode, with their singular blend of hilarity, authenticity and relevancy.”
Cancelled: 'United We Fall'
ABC is pulling the plug on family comedy series "United We Fall" after one season.
The show, which starred Will Sasso and Christina Vidal Mitchell, aired eight episodes between its premiere on July 15 and finale on August 26.
"Younger" season 7 will "unofficially" be the last for the show.
“We are unofficially planning [season 7] as a final season,” creator Darren Star told TVLine.
Filming of the 7th season is due to start in New York in a few weeks.
Renewed: 'Last Week Tonight'
HBO has given the green light to three more seasons of John Oliver's comedy news show, "Last Week Tonight".
“For the past seven years, John and his incredibly talented team have taken on topics that are both in the public mind and off the beaten path, always managing to shed new light on these subjects with intelligence and searing humour,” said HBO Chief Content Officer Casey Bloys. “We are beyond thrilled to continue this relationship for three more years.”
Oliver added, “We’re all extremely happy to be able to continue to do our show on HBO for another three years, or until the end of the world, whichever comes first."
Renewed: 'The Dr. Oz Show'
"The Dr. Oz Show" is returning to screens for seasons 13 and 14, through the 2022-2023 season.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, who hosts the show, said: “I’m honoured to have our long-term partners continue to support our mission to keep America healthy while providing context and analysis of complicated information in this unprecedented time."
Renewed: 'Doom Patrol'
Given that the second season of the delightfully bonkers series about a group of misfit superheroes halted production prematurely to leave the storyline unresolved, fans can breathe a sigh of relief that "Doom Patrol" has been renewed for a third season.
“On behalf of the wonderful cast, writers and crew, we are thrilled and grateful for the opportunity to return to Doom Manor,” said 'Doom Patrol' executive producer Jeremy Carver in the HBO Max announcement.
Renewed: 'The Goop Lab'
More tests will be conducted in "The Goop Lab" as Netflix renews the program for a second season. "The Goop Lap" revolves around Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle brand and topics of sex, intimacy and female empowerment. Season two will consist of six 30-minute episodes.
Renewed: 'The Chi'
"This show has definitely taken me on a journey," said series creator and executive producer Lena Waithe in a statement per TV Guide. "One of learning, healing, and growth. I didn't know how this season would be received, but the level of engagement and enthusiasm from the fans has been fantastic. I still can't believe our numbers are up by double digits! The Chi is a team effort, and I'm grateful to continue this journey with such an amazing group of people."
Cancelled: 'Venture Brothers'
Adult Swim has cancelled "Venture Brothers".
Series creator Christopher McCulloch made the annoucement, writing, We got the highly disappointing news a few months ago, while we were writing what would have been season 8. We thank you, our amazing fans, for 17 years of your kind (and patient) attention. And, as always, We Love You.”
Cancelled: 'Ashley Garcia: Genius In Love'
"Ashley Garcia: Genius In Love" has been cancelled by Netflix.
The comedy lasted one season and will still air a stand-alone Christmas special.
Cancelled: 'The Big Show Show'
Netflix has decided to cancel the multi-camera sitcom "The Big Show Show".
The show which premiered in April will still have a one-off Christmas special, which is not part of the current storyline.
The Zachary Quinto-led drama, "NOS4A2", has been cancelled.
Showrunner Jami O’Brien broke the news via Twitter, revealing the series will not be returning for a third season.
“Well friends, I heard from AMC last week. We won’t be making a 3rd season of #NOS4A2 . It’s a bummer, but I’m grateful we were at least able to finish adapting the storyline from Joe Hill’s terrific novel,” O’Brien wrote.
Renewed: 'Selena Gomez + Chef'
HBO Max has renewed Selena Gomez's hit cooking show, "Selena Gomez + Chef" for a second season.
The star launched the series amid quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic.
Season two will continue with Gomez cooking at home, but with an all-new roster of all-star chefs.
Just days after season one premiered, Netflix will bring back "Biohackers" for another season.
The German original series follows the revolutionary biohacking technology and intrigue at a German university and focuses on a mysterious student.
Cancelled: 'Altered Carbon'
Netflix is putting an end to its epic sci-fi series "Altered Carbon" after two seasons.
The second season of the show, starring Anthony Mackie as the lone surviving member of a group of elite interstellar warriors, premiered in February.
Mackie had taken over the lead role of Takeshi from Joel Kinnaman, who originated the character in season 1.
Cancelled: 'Penny Dreadful: City Of Angels'
The "Penny Dreadful" sequel, "City of Angels" has been cancelled after one season.
In a statement, the network said, “Showtime has decided not to move forward with another season of ‘Penny Dreadful: City of Angels.’ We would like to thank executive producers John Logan, Michael Aguilar and the entire cast and crew for their outstanding work on this project."
Cancelled: 'The Society', 'I Am Not Okay With This'
With production delayed due to COVID-19, Netflix has made the choice to cancel YA dramas "The Society" (pictured) and "I Am Not Okay With This".
"The Society" was heading into their second season and while "I Am Not Okay With This" wasn't officially renewed, Deadline reports the show was "quietly picked up."
The upcoming 12th season of "Tosh.0" will be its last. When the final episode airs in November, comedian Daniel Tosh's video-compilation series will go out as Comedy Central's longest-running show.
The cancellation follows the earlier axing of "Drunk History", reflecting Comedy Central's new programming focus on adult animation over live action.
“I look forward to doing an animated reboot of my show on MTV in 25 years,” Tosh joked in a statement.
Renewed: 'RuPaul's Drag Race'
Sashay away! Just kidding. No surprise that VH1 has renewed "RuPaul's Drag Race" as it continues to introduce more and more audiences to the wonderful world of drag. VH1 has also opted to renew the spin-off "RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars", and behind-the-scenes aftershow "Untucked".
Cancelled: 'Drunk History'
"Drunk History" is no more, with Comedy Central scuttling plans for a previously announced seventh season.
The series, created by Derek Waters, featured celebrities hitting the bottle while recounting a historical tale, with A-list actors acting out these tipsy tales.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cancellation is part of a larger programming strategy that involves shifting away from live-action originals to focus on adult animation, topical series and made-for-TV comedy films.
TV Ted Lasso
Season one of Jason Sudeikis’ "Ted Lasso" is only halfway through airing on Apple TV+, but the show has already been renewed for a second season.
The series is based on the popular character, American football coach Ted Lasso, Sudeikis played in NBC Sports videos several years ago.
Renewed: 'Warrior Nun'
"Warrior Nun" will continue to kick demon butt as Netflix has renewed the series for a sophomore season. "Warrior Nun" revolves around a 19-year-old woman who wakes up in a morgue and is tasked with fighting demons on Earth.
Cancelled: 'Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj'
"Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj" is parting ways with Netflix after six seasons. Minhaj announced the news on Twitter; it was later confirmed by Netflix.
"What a run. 'Patriot Act' has come to an end,” Minhaj wrote. “I got to work with the best writers, producers, researchers, and animators in the game. My two babies were born and grew up with the show. Thank you to Netflix and everyone who watched. Now it’s time to return these screens to Best Buy."
Cancelled: 'White Lines'
"White Lines", the Netflix murder-mystery dramedy set on the party island of Ibiza, will not be returning for a second season.
Actor Daniel Mays confirmed the series' cancellation in an interview with NME. “That show did so well…but I don’t think it’s going again though, which is a bit of a tragedy… we’ve known for two months now," he said.
“We all just took it as red, all of the actors, that it was going to go again because it was obviously No. 1 on Netflix’s ratings for so many weeks and it went all across Europe and the world and did so well," added Mays. "If ever there was a hit, this was it, but for whatever reason, they’re not renewing it.”
Renewed: 'Tough as Nails'
CBS has renewed "Tough as Nails" for a second season.
The show, hosted by Phil Keoghan, launched on the network just over a month ago.
“'Tough as Nails' stands out with its unique look and positive, heartfelt competitive spirit that showcases the strength, grit, and determination of remarkable hardworking men and women,” said Thom Sherman, senior executive vice-president, Programming, CBS Entertainment, according to Deadline.
“Under Phil Keoghan’s deft touch, the series has lived up to its name as a real summer workhorse for us, and we look forward to a second season with another extraordinary group of competitors.”
AMC's futuristic new series "Soulmates" hasn't even aired yet but it's already been renewed for a second season. The announcement came during a session for the show at Friday's virtual CTAM press tour.
Starring Sarah Snook ("Succession") and Kingsley Ben-Adir, the series is set in a world 15 years from now, where a technological advancement produces a test that can tell people who they’ll fall in love with.
Renewed: Padma Lakshmi's 'Taste The Nation'
Padma Lakshmi will be touring the diverse communities of America once again.
Hulu has renewed the "Top Chef" host's docuseries "Taste the Nation" for a second season.
The show sees Lakshmi travelling around the country to explore the rich food cultures of immigrants shaping American cooking.
Renewed: 'Love, Victor'
"Love, Victor" is returning for another year at Creekwood High.
Hulu has given the green light for a second season of the half-hour series inspired by the film "Love, Simon" and the book it was based on.
The series stars Michael Cimino as Victor Salazar, a high school student struggling with his identity and sexual orientation.
Renewed: 'Close Enough'
HBO Max has greenlit its animated adult comedy "Close Enough" for a second season, with series creator J.G. Quintel ("The Regular Show") sharing the pickup news on Twitter.
The show follows the adventures of a millennial couple in Los Angeles who face the sad truth that they're no longer cool now that they're parents.
The voice cast includes Gabrielle Walsh, Jessica DiCicco, Jason Mantzoukas, Kimiko Glenn and Danielle Brooks.
Cancelled: 'High Fidelity'
After just one season, Hulu is pulling the plug on "High Fidelity".
Based on Nick Hornby's novel (which was made into a 2000 feature), the series served up a female-centric spin on the premise by casting Zoë Kravitz as the protagonist, a lovelorn record store owner played by John Cusack in the film.
According to Deadline, the decision came after some serious deliberations, given the show's critical acclaim and Kravitz's star power; finding another home for the series is said to be a long shot.
Freeform has cancelled mermaid drama "Siren" after three seasons (the series airs in Canada on ABC Spark).
In the series, Eline Powell played a young woman whose arrival in the fishing town of Bristol Cove — known as an ancient home of mermaids — signals that these predatory beings are out to reclaim their right to the ocean.
Renewed: 'Fixer Upper'
Magnolia Network is bringing back "Fixer Upper" for a sixth season. Chip and Joanna Gaines will return to the program in 2021 alongside the network's launch. "Fixer Upper" has been off TV since airing its final episode in April 2018 on HGTV Canada.
Amazon Prime video's Nazi-hunting series "Hunters" is set to return for a second season.
It is not yet known whether the main cast, including Al Pacino, Logan Lerman and Jerrika Hinton will return for season 2, but showrunner David Weil has indicated there is more story to tell about the trio.
Produced by Jordan Peele's Monkeypaw, the first season also starred Josh Radnor, Tiffany Boone, Carol Kane and Lena Olin.
Renewed: 'Married At First Sight'
Fans of "Married at First Sight" have a lot to look forward to.
Lifetime has renewed its flagship reality series for six more seasons, all the way to season 17.
The network has also given the green light to a new spin-off, "Married at First Sight: Unmatchables", and a 16-episode renewal for "Married at First Sight: Couples Cam".
Renewed: 'Money Heist'
The heist is finally ending.
Netflix is bringing the hit Spanish series "Money Heist" back for a fifth and final season.
Shooting on the series is set to begin in the fall in Spain, Denmark and Portugal, for release in 2021.
Starz has ordered a second season of "P-Valley".
The strip club-based series is based on Katori Hall’s play Pu**y Valley and stars Shannon Thornton, Elarica Johnson and Nicco Annan.
‘Outer Banks’ Renewed For Season 2
"Outer Banks" is coming back to Netflix.
The action-drama follows a group of teenagers as they use a treasure map to find $400 million worth of gold.
“There would be a couple of episodes that take place, at least partially, in the Bahamas," said showrunner Jonas Pate, teasing the next season.
"It unfolds into a bigger mystery. We keep our old villains and we add some new ones. But it always comes back to the Outer Banks."
Renewed: 'The Boys'
With the second season set to premiere in September, Amazon Prime Video has already ordered a third season of "The Boys".
Focusing on a group of super-powered antiheroes, "The Boys" will also be accompanied by a new after-show, "Prime Rewind: Inside the Boys", hosted and exec produced by Aisha Tyler.
“Eric Kripke and the incredible cast of ‘The Boys’ continue to deliver a wild and action-packed series full of surprises and can’t-miss moments that have made the series a global hit,” said Vernon Sanders, co-head of television, Amazon Studios. “We couldn’t be more excited to see where Eric takes ‘The Boys’ and the supes in Season 3, and to have Aisha Tyler join ‘The Boys’ family as the host of ‘Prime Rewind: Inside The Boys.’”
Renewed: HGTV Canada's 'Flipping 101'
Tarek El Moussa is coming back to help some more first-time flippers.
HGTV Canada's "Flipping 101" is set to return with 12 new episodes in 2021, in a new one-hour format.
Four new season 1 episodes will also air this fall, beginning Sept. 17.
“The road to becoming a successful flipper is not easy,” El Moussa said. “I can’t wait to show more first-time flippers that with hard work, patience and persistence they can turn their dreams into a profitable reality.”
Renewed: 'Sweet Magnolias'
Netflix is bringing "Sweet Magnolias" back for a second season.
The series, based on the popular novels by Sherryl Woods, follows a trio of best friends played by Joanna Garcia Swisher, Brooke Elliott and Heather Headley as they navigated the complications of family, relationships and their careers.
Renewed: 'Perry Mason'
HBO has given the green light for a second season of "Perry Mason".
The reboot of the classic series stars Matthew Rhys as Perry Mason, a private detective investigating a gruesome murder while trying to prove his client's innocence.
"Perry Mason" also stars Juliet Rylance, Tatiana Maslany and Shea Whigham.
Renewed: 'Burden of Truth'
CBC has just renewed "Burden of Proof", picking up a fourth season of the legal drama starring Kristin Kreuk of "Smallville"/"Beauty and the Beast" fame as a crusading attorney.
The first three seasons have aired in the U.S. on The CW; while there's no word yet on whether The CW will be airing the fourth season, it seems likely given that TV and film production in Canada has been slowly resuming over the past few weeks while restarting production of scripted series in America at the moment is uncertain.
The Rosaria Dawson detective drama "Briarpatch" won't be coming back for more.
USA Network has cancelled the series after just one season.
Dawson starred in the show as Allegra Dill, an investigator who returns to her hometown near the border in Texas after her sister is murdered.
Jim Carrey's "Kidding" will not be returning to Showtime for a third season.
“After two seasons, 'Kidding' has concluded its run on Showtime. We are very proud to have aired this imaginative, critically acclaimed and rewarding series, and we would like to thank Jim Carrey, Dave Holstein, Michael Aguilar, Michel Gondry and the entire cast and crew for their brilliant and tireless work,” the network said in a statement announcing the cancellation.
Get ready for another season of "Hanna". The action-packed thriller is set for season 3 at Amazon Studios. Viewers will watch as Hanna (Esmé Creed-Miles) fights against an evil government agency while discovering the truth about who she is. The announcement comes shortly after season 2 premiered on July 3.
Renewed: 'The Moodys'
Viewers will have more from "The Moodys", with Fox revealing plans to renew the Denis Leary-starring comedy for a second season of what was initially intended as a six-episode holiday event.
“With ‘The Moodys,’ we set out to brand the holidays in the only way Fox can — bold and unconventional. What we ended up with was a special show – and a family – everyone at the network fell in love with,” said Fox entertainment president Michael Thorn. “[Exec producers] Bob Fisher, Rob Greenberg and Tad Quill perfectly captured the hysterics of Christmas, with sharp banter and real moments of family togetherness brought to life by Denis Leary, Elizabeth Perkins and the rest of the incredible cast... we’re looking forward to the Moodys’ future adventures.”
"Run" is running out of steam on HBO. The network has cancelled the romantic comedy thriller starring Domhnall Gleeson and Merritt Wever after just one season. The decision comes less than two months after the Season 1 finale.
Renewed: 'Better Things'
Television just got better with the renewal of FX's critically acclaimed Netflix comedy "Better Things", starring/created by Pamela Adlon.
"We are truly honoured to work with Pamela," said FX Entertainment president Eric Schrier. "She is one of the most talented artists in the business, which is exemplified through her work as a producer/showrunner, actor, writer and director. The most recent season of 'Better Things' was its best yet and we’re excited about what's to come in season five, as well as all of the future projects we are working on together."
"Ramy" will return, with Hulu greenlighting a third season of the quasi-autobiographical comedy from comedian Ramy Youssef. The series follows the adventures of a millennial Muslim man living in New Jersey, who embarks on a spiritual quest to gain a deeper understanding of his religion and, by extension, himself.
HBO Max has given a second season order to its reality competition series "Legendary".
The ball culture features queens battling it out in fashion and dance challenges to win the "Legendary" trophy and take home a cash prize.
The first season featured MC Dashaun Wesley, along with judges Leiomy Maldonado, Jameela Jamil, Law Roach and Megan Thee Stallion.
Renewed: 'The Challenge'
MTV has renewed its athletic competition series "The Challenge" for a record 36th season.
The current season of the show has experienced its highest ratings in eight years.
The new season will be "The Challenge: Total Madness" reunion competition, with former cast members vying for the $1 million prize.
Cancelled: 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'
When Netflix's "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" returns with the remainder of its fourth season, that will mark the end of the "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" reboot.
"Working on 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' has been an incredible honour from day one. The cast, beginning with Kiernan [Shipka] as everyone’s favourite teen witch, has been an absolute joy," said showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa in a statement. "I am beyond thankful to the crew, writers, editors, assistants, and everyone for pouring so much love into this dark dream of a show. I’m also grateful to our partners at Netflix, Warner Bros., Berlanti Television and Archie Comics for letting us tell the story we wanted to tell, the way we wanted to tell it. We can’t wait for everyone to see part four.”
Renewed: 'Most Dangerous Game'
The short-form streaming service Quibi has given a second season order to one of its most high-profile shows.
"Most Dangerous Game" will return with the original villain played by Christoph Waltz returning, while a new "runner" will replace first season star Liam Hemsworth.
Season one featured Hemsworth as a man with a terminal illness agreeing to a deadly game in which he is the prey in order to take care of his pregnant wife.
Renewed: 'The Last Kingdom'
Netflix has renewed its hit series "The Last Kingdom" for a fifth season.
The new season of the show is based on The Saxon Stories novels from Bernard Cornwell, and will focus on books nine and 10 of the beloved book series.
Renewed: 'Dead To Me'
Netflix is bringing "Dead to Me" back for a third and final season.
The series, which stars Linda Cardellini and Christina Applegate, debuted its second season in May.
“From start to finish, Dead to Me is exactly the show I wanted to make and it’s been an incredible gift," creator Liz Feldman said in a statement. "Telling a story sprung from grief and loss has stretched me as an artist and healed me as a human.
Renewed: 'DC's Stargirl'
"DC's Stargirl" is coming back for more superheroics.
The CW has renewed the series starring Brec Bassinger for a second season.
Existing parallel to the Arrowverse series of DC superhero shows, "Stargirl" premiered in May, originally as a DC Universe streaming exclusive.
Cancelled: 'Katy Keene'
The "Riverdale" spinoff "Katy Keene" has been cancelled by CW after one season.
The Lucy Hale led show is now shopping for a new home with HBO Max being the most realistic option.
Cancelled: 'The Kominsky Method'
"The Kominsky Method" is coming to an end.
Netflix has announced that the show's upcoming third season will be its last.
Michael Douglas stars in the show as Sandy Kominsky, an acting coach who had a brush with fame in his young days. Alan Arkin co-stars as Norman, Sandy's agent and friend.
In its first season, the show won three Golden Globes, including Best Comedy Series and Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for Douglas.
Renewed: 'The Great'
Catherine the Great is coming back to take over Russia.
Hulu has renewed "The Great", starring Elle Fanning as the longest-reigning female ruler in the history of Russia, for a second season.
The acclaimed and irreverent first season also starred Nicholas Hoult as Emperor Peter.
"The Great" airs in Canada on Amazon Prime Video.
Renewed: 'Never Have I Ever'
Netflix has renewed 2020's surprise hit "Never Have I Ever".
The series, created by Mindy Kaling, followed the complicated life of a modern-day first-generation Indian American teenage girl and was loosely based on her own experiences.
Renewed: 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'
There is no need to "curb your enthusiasm" because the beloved TV show is back for season 11 on HBO. The network had previously committed to doing more seasons so long as Larry David was on board. The show stars David, Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, Cheryl Hines, Richard Lewis, J.B. Smoove and Ted Danson.
"Ozark" will be back for an expanded fourth and final season.
Netflix posted the exciting news: "They're going to go out with a bang. 'Ozark' will be back with an expanded 14-episode final season."
The third season of the show aired in March 2020.
Lena Waithe's comedy hit "Twenties" has been renewed.
The series, which follows three Black twenty-somethings, will return for a second season on BET.
Renewed: 'Chrissy's Court'
Chrissy Teigen will be picking up the gavel again.
Quibi has ordered a second season of the courtroom reality series "Chrissy's Court".
“The verdict is in!!! Since there is no shortage of petty disagreements to judge, we’re back for a second season!!,” Teigen said.
Cancelled: 'Council of Dads'
With "Council of Dads", NBC was hoping to tap into the audience that made "This Is Us" such a big hit, telling the story of a family man whose cancer diagnosis causes him to rally his best friends to become back-up dads for his family when he's no longer around.
Unfortunately, the show never caught on, and NBC has decided not to invite "Dads" back for a second season.
Renewed: 'Jersey Shore Family Vacation'
A week after hitting a ratings high for its season finale, MTV has officially renewed "Jersey Shore Family Vacation" for a fourth season.
The revival series premiered in 2018. The season 3 finale shocked viewers with drama and featured the departure of longtime star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi.
Quibi's Chance the Rapper-hosted revival of "Punk'd" will be returning for a second season. Also announced to return for another season is "Singled Out", the streamer's update of the MTV dating show hosted by Keke Palmer and Joel Kim Booster.
Kenya Barris' family sitcom "#blackAF" is coming back for a second season at Netflix.
The "Black-ish" creator plays a fictional, exaggerated version of himself in the comedy, alongside Rashida Jones as his wife Joya.
Netflix is giving "Lucifer" one more shot at life. After previously indicating that the show's fifth season would be its last, the streamer has renewed the series for a sixth and this time final season.
Season 5 will premiere August 21 with 16 episodes.
HBO's female-centric skateboarding comedy "Betty" will be rolling into a second season.
“It’s been a joy to ride through the streets of NYC with the inspiring women of ‘Betty,’ and we’re grateful to them and to [series creator] Crystal [Moselle] for sharing their stories and friendships with us,” said Amy Gravitt, HBO's executive vice president of programming. “We can’t wait to watch where our beloved Bettys go next.”
RENEWED: 'Murder House Flip'
Quibi has renewed its hit series "Murder House Flip" for a second season.
The true-crime meets home renovation series will begin production of season two in the coming months.
Cancelled: 'The Baker and the Beauty'
"The Baker and the Beauty" has been cancelled by ABC after one season.
The romantic comedy series, which was based on the hit Israeli format, starred Victor Rasuk and Nathalie Kelley.