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UPDATED: Which of Your Favorite TV Shows Are Renewed, Canceled, or TBD

Criminal Minds (ENDING)

On January 10th, Criminal Minds was renewed for a 15th and final season. The last season will have 10 episodes, but the release date hasn't been announced. TVLine reported that it'll have a midseason debut, meaning it likely won't arrive until January, February, or later. 

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Hawaii Five-O (CANCELED)

Hawaii Five-O returned for a 10th season in October, but that's it. Deadline reported that after 10 seasons, the show was given the ax without a finale. CBS didn't release an official reason, but some say that the two main stars, Alex O'Laughlin and Scott Caan, are leaving. 

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The Resident (RENEWED)

The Resident is pretty popular, so it got a third season. The newest episodes began airing on September 24th. Because of the COVID-19 crisis, season four was pushed back, but the show will debut its next season in 2021. 

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Arrow (ENDING)

The CW's hit show Arrow was renewed for an eighth season. In March of 2019, it was announced that the eighth season would be the show's last. Additionally, it will only be a half-season featuring 10 episodes. Season eight premiered on October 15th. 

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This is Us (RENEWED)

This is Us quickly became one of the most popular series on NBC, and people can’t stop talking about it. It's no surprise that the series was renewed. What's more is that it was renewed for three seasons, taking it through to six seasons. The newest season, season four, began on September 24th.

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God Friended Me (CANCELED)

God Friended Me had a decent first season, drawing 10 million viewers in the first episode. The series was then renewed for a second season, which began on September 29th. Unfortunately, it didn't keep up the steam. The show was canceled. 

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Blue Bloods (RENEWED)

Blue Bloods was a hit the moment they cast Tom Selleck as the lead, but people stayed because of the drama. It was renewed for a 10th season, which began on September 23rd. The 10th season was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the series is moving ahead with season 11. The show was renewed, and the newest episodes are expected to be here as soon as 2021. 

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FBI (RENEWED)

FBI is one of the highest-rated shows on TV right now, so CBS was more than happy to give it a second season. New episodes for FBI began on September 24th. The season was cut short, so it leaves many fans wondering "what now?" Deadline reported that season three is on its way, but no one is really sure when. Filming has been halted due to COVID-19, but some reports are saying that season three could come as early as January 2021.  

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Suits (ENDING)

After Meghan Markle’s exit, Suits decided that it was time for a conclusion. The ninth and final season premiered on July 17 on the USA Network.

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The Masked Singer (RENEWED)

The Masked Singer is an odd one, but it’s apparently doing well. It got a third season, which debuted on February 2nd. So far, the series has been doing two seasons a year. Considering ratings are still great, it was naturally green-lit for a fourth season. The only hold up is filming at this point. We're not sure when the newest season will arrive, but we'll keep listening for a date. 

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The Conners (RENEWED)

The new Roseanne show, sans Roseanne, has quickly become the No. 1 comedy of the 2018-2019 TV season, with a loyal 9.5 million viewers tuning in each week. Execs are more than happy to continue this train, although filming has been on hold for now. We know season three is definitely on its way thanks to an interview with Bruce Helford, who stated that season three will "absolutely be dealing with" the coronavirus.

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Last Man Standing (RENEWED)

Fans rejoice! Last Man Standing will be returning for an eighth season, which will premiere Thursday, January 2nd. Be sure to clear your calendar that night!

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Mr. Robot (ENDING)

It’s the end of the road for Mr. Robot. USA has announced that the show will be having its fourth and final season. The new season began on July 17th, 2019, and it will have 12 episodes.

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SEAL Team (RENEWED)

Failure isn’t an option for SEAL Team! The series was renewed for a third season, which began on October 2nd on CBS. Now, we have news that season four will be coming! It will debut sometime between 2020 and 2021, depending on when filming begins. 

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All NCIS (RENEWED)

The OG NCIS got renewed for an 18th season pretty quickly (no shocker there, with an average of 16 million viewers per episode). However, due to the coronavirus, season 17 was cut short, and we have no clue when season 18 will be arriving. NCIS: Los Angeles was also renewed for a 12th season, and NCIS: New Orleans returned for the seventh season.  Networks haven't released dates for these either, but we expect to know soon. 

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Manifest (RENEWED)

Manifest made a huge splash on TV in 2018. NBC was quick to renew it for a second season, which debuted on January 6th, 2020.

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Whiskey Cavalier (CANCELED)

The drama starring Scott Foley and Lauren Cohen didn’t last very long. Whiskey Cavalier is being canceled due to it having okay ratings at best. It was a tough call, but ABC ultimately landed on a “no.”

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The Good Doctor (RENEWED)

The Good Doctor is currently ABC's highest-rated series. It's a show about a talented young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome. The series was quickly renewed for a fourth season, but fans will have to wait until 2021 for the newest episodes. 

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Supernatural (ENDING)

Supernatural will be ending with its 15th season on The CW. Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, and Misha Collins made the announcement in a video message earlier this year.  Fun Fact: Supernatural is the last-remaining show from when The CW was The WB! The final season started on October 10th.

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Young Sheldon (RENEWED)

The Big Bang Theory's hit spinoff series, Young Sheldon, has been picked up by CBS for a third AND fourth season. The third season began in September 2019, and season four will follow suit by premiering in September as well (only 2020). 

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Arrested Development (TBD)

The second half of Arrested Development's fifth season dropped this Spring on Netflix, and the reviews haven't been too kind. A sixth season hasn't been announced, and we don't have a good feeling about it. Considering it's taken this long for them to announce either way, we're guessing it's probably canceled. 

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New Amsterdam (RENEWED)

Are medical dramas making a strong comeback? New Amsterdam definitely shows that they are. Not only was the series renewed for a third season, but it was also given solid renewals until 2022-2023. Season three began on January 14th. 

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Ransom (CANCELED)

Ransom's third season began airing in February, but the show wasn't meant to be. A Twitter post announced that the show was being canceled, but the cast loved it while it lasted. 

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The Voice (RENEWED)

The Voice just started season 18 justs started on February 24th, and things have already gotten dramatic! We don't have any news about season 19 just yet, but considering how juicy 18 is, we can bet on another season. 

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One Day at a Time (RENEWED)

One Day at a Time is a reimaging of the famed Norman Lear sitcom that ran from 1975 to 1984. This reboot, instead, focuses on a Hispanic family. During its initial 3-season run on Netflix, the show received critical acclaim. However, Netflix canceled the series on March 14, 2019. Then, on June 27, the cable network Pop announced it had picked the show up for further seasons, officially renewing it. The newest season will premiere on April 14th.

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The Bachelor (RENEWED)

The Bachelor has been around since 2002 and shows no signs of stopping. The series was renewed for a 24th season, but it's going to be tough to follow up Colton's fence-jumping season. The newest season won't premiere until Monday, January 6th.

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Station 19 (RENEWED)

Station 19 has Shondaland fans in a tizzy since the Grey’s Anatomy crossover. The third season was renewed and began on January 23rd.

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Dancing with the Stars (RENEWED)

Dancing With the Stars took a break to make room for American Idol, but it returned for its 28th season on ABC on September 16th. Season 28 breathed new life into the show, which brought fans back. Season 29 is coming, but no one is sure when or how. All we're getting so far is "Fall." Could it be a virtual session? Who knows. 

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The Neighborhood (RENEWED)

The Neighborhood’s debut in 2018 showed it was a strong contender. CBS decided to give it another shot and renewed the series. Episodes began on September 23rd, but sadly we won't see the season two finale due to coronavirus. Writers and directors said they won't be filming the finale, but season three is coming. We're not sure when.

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American Idol (RENEWED)

Reviews about the 17th season of American Idol may have been mixed, but it's going to return for an 18th season! This makes it the third season on ABC, and we don't see any signs of it going anywhere. The newest season aired on February 16th, 2020. 

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Grey’s Anatomy (RENEWED)

Most of the cast is gone, but that isn't stopping Grey's Anatomy. It was just renewed through season 17. Even though some fans wanted it to end, Pompeo was quoted saying, "when the numbers start to drop and people aren't watching the same, people aren't as passionate about it..it's time to call it." The newest season will likely begin in September 2020. 

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The Walking Dead (RENEWED)

Somehow The Walking Dead keeps getting renewed. Season 10 premiered on October 6th. While ratings continue to crumble for the show, it's still one of the top shows on cable TV. However, some sources have said that the show will be concluding with a 12th season, which will put it on the schedule until 2022.

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Will and Grace (ENDING)

Will and Grace was one of the most popular shows in the late '90s, but it concluded in 2006. A decade later, it was renewed with the same cast so we could continue to follow their story. The new Will and Grace was renewed for season two and three (10 and 11, respectively) because of how well it’s done. However, you can only tell a story for so long. Season three will be the last, and it premiered on October 24th. 

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The Crown (RENEWED)

The hit royal show, The Crown, was renewed by Netflix for season four. This series has dominated for a while, so renewals are expected. Season four is slated to release in December, but there's bad news for fans. Show creators have stated that they don't want to continue through to the current time period, so this could mean the show is ending at season five. Still, we have yet to hear definitively. 

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The Goldbergs (TBD)

The Goldbergs is one of ABC's top shows. The series got a renewal for season seven, which began on September 25th. No word yet on season eight, but we’re guessing it’ll get renewed.

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Stranger Things (RENEWED)

The third season (released on July 4th) of Stranger Things was absolutely crazy. The show is doing so well, so Netflix won't let it go any time soon. We don't have a release date for season four, but with the current virus situation, production has been delayed. Regardless, we'll likely see it by the end of the year or early next year. 

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How to Get Away with Murder (ENDING)

This Shondaland drama follows an attorney and a few law students as they...well, help people get away with murder. The series was renewed for a sixth season, which premiered on September 25th, but this will be the shows finale. 

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Empire (ENDING)

After the Jussie Smollett drama, network execs decided to end Empire. The sixth and final season debuted on September 24th.

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MacGyver (RENEWED)

Even though MacGyver doesn’t have the best ratings, it came back for a fourth season. There have been some major changes behind-the-scenes, including the addition of Desiree "Desi" Nguyen as a regular character, who will partially fill the place of George Eads. The new season began airing on February 7th, 2020. 

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9-1-1 (RENEWED)

9-1-1 was renewed for a fourth season! New episodes for season three began on September 23rd, so we won't see season four for a while. The bosses are also hitting at a possible time jump in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Modern Family (ENDING)

Modern Family has been renewed, but the 11th season will sadly be the final season. The premiere date was September 25th. 

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The Handmaids Tale (RENEWED)

The Handmaid’s Tale quickly became one of Hulu's most popular original shows. It's no surprise that it was renewed for a fourth season, which was set to begin production in March, but was held back due to coronavirus. Now, we're not sure when it will debut, but it will certainly be 2020 or early 2021. 

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A Million Little Things (RENEWED)

A Million Little Things did well enough at ABC for the network to renew it for a second season. The newest season began on September 26th. 

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The Kids Are Alright (CANCELED)

ABC went on a cancellation spree when they nixed The Kids Are Alright. The creator of the show posted on Twitter, “’The Kids Are Alright’ is dead. I just got the call. Goodbye.” ABC President came out and defended his actions by saying there just wasn’t a strong enough fan base to keep the show alive.

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Madam Secretary (ENDING)

After the suspicious death of her predecessor, Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord becomes president after the public rallies behind her. The final season, season six, premiered on October 6th.

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Fear the Walking Dead (RENEWED)

Fear the Walking Dead just began its fifth season on June 2nd. On top of that, it was announced that the show had been renewed for a sixth season at the San Diego Comic-Con, but the premiere date won't come until later, likely May or June 2020. 

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Big Little Lies (TBD)

The second season of Big Little Lies premiered on June 9th, and it was a whirlwind. At the moment, the third season is in limbo. HBO stated they'll fund a third season as long as the entire cast returns, which makes total sense. However, the lead stars have started other projects, so we're not betting it'll return. 

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Ozark (RENEWED)

Ozark has been a big hit for Netflix, so it's been renewed for a third season. The series released the full season on March 27th. 

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Shark Tank (RENEWED)

Shark Tank was renewed for an 11th season despite viewership being down. The series debuted on September 29th, 2019. 

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The Good Place (ENDING)

The Good Place is doing so well, NBC has decided to renew the series for a fourth season. Unfortunately, this will be the final season. The current release date for the fourth season was September 26th, 2019. 

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Preacher (ENDING)

Preacher has been a fantastic ride, but the fourth season will be the last. The final season began on August 4th and continued until September 29th. 

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American Housewife (TBD)

American Housewife isn't one of the most popular shows on ABC, but season four could change that. Recently, season four was extended to 22 episodes, which means ABC is seeing good things. Will this amount to a fifth season? 

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The Code (CANCELED)

CBS couldn’t keep The Code. A Twitter post announced that the military legal drama would be canceled without a final season. The ratings for the series was modest at best, but it just didn’t garner enough views to warrant another season.

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Hell’s Kitchen (RENEWED)

Hell’s Kitchen has been renewed by FOX for not only a 19th season but a 20th as well! While an exact date debut date is unknown, we're betting it'll be 2021. 

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Chicago Fire, Med, P.D. (RENEWED)

Chicago Fire, Med, and P.D. have all been renewed. Chicago Fire will release its eighth season, Chicago Med will release its fifth season, and Chicago P.D. is going on to its seventh season. All three debuted on September 25th, one after the other. 

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The Expanse (RENEWED)

The Expanse is an extremely popular show, and fans are happy to know that it was renewed for a fifth season. It was nearly canceled permanently after SyFy gave it the ax, but Amazon picked it up. Season four began on December 13th, 2019, so season five will likely be late 2020 or early 2021. 

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Fresh Off the Boat (ENDING)

Fresh Off the Boat was moved to Friday nights, which is considered the kiss of death. It remained strong for a sixth season, but then it got the cancellation notice. The series had a two-part finale on February 21st. It made TV-history for being the longest-running comedy with an Asian American led cast. 

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The Big Bang Theory (ENDING)

Don’t expect The Big Bang Theory to continue past 12 seasons. Many people speculate that Jim Parsons is the reason as he requested an exit to pursue other things. The series wouldn’t be the same without his character, so the series will see its close with the 12th and final season. The finale aired May 16.

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All Real Housewives (RENEWED)

Bravo has renewed Real Housewives of Atlanta, Beverly Hills, Dallas, New Jersey, New York City, Orange County, and Potomac. The release date for Atlanta is November 3, the release date for Beverly Hills is early 2020, the release date for Dallas was September 4th, the release date of New Jersey is November 6th, NYC begins in 2020, Orange County returned on August 6th, and Potomac starts mid-2020.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine (RENEWED)

Don’t worry, Brooklyn Nine-Nine isn’t going anywhere. It was canceled by Fox but saved by NBC and has now been renewed through season seven! Season seven began on February 6th!

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The Flash (RENEWED)

The Flash was renewed for a sixth season—its premiere date was October 8th—and the show might look a little different when it comes back. Eric Wallace, who has been an executive producer of the show since season four, will be replacing Todd Helbing as showrunner going forward. Even before The Flash reached its halfway mark during season six, it was already renewed for a seventh season! That won't air until 2021 at the earliest. 

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Bob’s Burgers (RENEWED)

Bob’s Burgers was renewed for a 10th season by Fox. It will be premiering at a new time, which is why Fox supposedly canceled Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It began on Sunday, September 29th at 8:30 P.M. ET.

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Life in Pieces (CANCELED)

Life in Pieces may have a lot of viewers, but ratings have been steadily falling since season two began. Following season four, the show was canceled.

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Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (ENDING)

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was renewed for a seventh season, but this will be the last one. It's set to return summer 2020. 

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Survivor (RENEWED)

Survivor is another one of those shows that have been on forever. Season 40 began on February 12th, 2020, and the show already began filming season 41, although it's delayed.

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The $100,000 Pyramid (RENEWED)

The $100,000 Pyramid is apparently doing well as it was renewed for a fifth season. We don't have a release date but expect it to come out around June. 

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Black-ish (RENEWED)

Black-ish's newest season began on September 24th, and we're guessing it'll be just as good as the last. Looking forward to more Emmy nominations (and hopefully wins!).

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The Blacklist (RENEWED)

The Blacklist will return to NBC for a seventh season! It returned on October 4th,  and even better news, the network already decided to give the series an eighth season. 

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America’s Funniest Home Videos (RENEWED)

America’s Funniest Home Videos was renewed for a 30th and 31st season. The release date for season 30 is Fall 2019, while season 31 will begin in Fall 2020. 

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Lucifer (TBD)

Lucifer was set to be canceled but was picked up by Netflix to give the show a finale, with season five being the last. After everyone was sure the show was over, Netflix made a new deal with the showrunners to have a sixth season. This is still just a rumor (as Netflix hasn't released any official statements), but if it's true, we may see more seasons out of the show! Season five began showing late 2019, so it will premiere in 2020. 

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The Simpsons (RENEWED)

Of course, The Simpsons was renewed. Season 31 began on September 29th. Naturally, the series was renewed for a 32nd season. As long as there's TV, The Simpsons will still air. 

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Legends of Tomorrow (RENEWED)

Legends of Tomorrow has been renewed for a fifth season. You can catch the newest season on January 14th! Even though the series has just begun, season six is already confirmed. 

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S.W.A.T. (RENEWED)

Viewership may be dropping, but S.W.A.T returned for a third season on October 2nd. 

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Mom (RENEWED)

Good news: CBS not only ordered a seventh season of Mom, but an eighth season as well! The seventh season began on September 26th. No word yet on when season eight will premiere. 

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American Ninja Warrior (RENEWED)

NBC is bringing back the popular American Ninja Warrior for a season 11. It came back on May 29th and is still pretty popular. Naturally, it's coming back for a 12th season, but we're not sure when. Probably late-2020.

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Riverdale (RENEWED)

To the surprise of absolutely no one, The CW's hit, Riverdale, has officially been renewed for a fourth season. The newest season began on October 9th. CW has also already ordered a fifth season!

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Grace and Frankie (ENDING)

Netflix is bringing Grace and Frankie back for a seventh season, but it will be the final season. Season six debuted on January 15th, so we're not sure when the seventh season will release. Production has been delayed, so it could be later than usual. 

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Black Lightning (RENEWED)

Black Lightning will be returning for a fourth season. The premiere date will likely be late 2020. We don't have an exact date, but October is a good bet. 

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Charmed (RENEWED)

The new Charmed reboot was received with mixed reviews, but CW is putting a lot of effort into it. It’ll return for a second season, which debuted on October 11th. CW has also already ordered a third season!

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Dynasty (RENEWED)

Surprisingly, The CW's soapy new show, Dynasty, was renewed for a third season despite being down in viewership. The third season came back on October 11th, 2019. Additionally, the fourth season is on its way, although a release date is unknown. 

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Black Mirror (RENEWED)

A sixth season of Black Mirror will be coming to Netflix sometime in 2020. The fifth season went off without a hitch, and the sixth looks like it has some pretty big names.

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (RENEWED)

With how successful Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has been thus far, it was naturally going to get another season. Netflix has already ordered a third and fourth season! Season three released in January, so part four may come as early as late 2020 or early 2021!

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Haunting of Hill House (RENEWED)

Haunting of Hill House was another incredibly popular Netflix series. It’s becoming an anthology, meaning each season won’t build on the last. The next season will be an adaption of The Turn of the Screw and is slated to debut in 2020.

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The Enemy Within (CANCELED)

There won’t be a second season for The Enemy Within. The show starred Dexter alum Jennifer Carpenter, but her fame wasn't enough to draw in fans. Sadly, the TV show didn’t get as many viewers as the network had hoped. 

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Bull (RENEWED)

Bull was renewed for a fourth season, which began in September, although it was pretty controversial considering Michael Weatherly’s legal issues. The show lost Spielberg severed ties with the show, so this may be it’s last season. So far, there hasn't been any news on a fifth season.

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For the People (CANCELED)

For the People has been struggling for a fanbase, but ABC got tired of waiting. After being the second lowest-rated drama two seasons in a row, it got the ax.  

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Good Girls (RENEWED)

Good news for fans of this series! Good Girls was renewed for a third season. You can expect to watch the new episodes early 2020 on NBC.  

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Law & Order: SVU (RENEWED)

Law & Order: SVU made history when it was renewed for a 21st season. It’s now the longest-running primetime live-action series and even surpassed the original Law & Order series. Season 21 began on September 26th, and season 22 is already in the works. 

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Legacies (RENEWED)

The CW isn’t letting go of Legacies! It was renewed for a third season, and fans are ecstatic. Right now, we don't have a release date, but it'll likely be early 2021. 

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Magnum P.I. (RENEWED)

Lethal Weapon may not have lasted long, but Magnum P.I. was renewed. CBS wants more, and they got what they wanted on September 27th.

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Man With a Plan (RENEWED)

Matt LeBlanc is doing well since Friends. Man With a Plan was officially renewed for a fourth season by CBS. The release date is currently slated for April 2nd.

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Midnight, Texas (CANCELED)

NBC decided that Midnight, Texas wasn’t doing well enough so the show got the ax. However, the series is shopping for a new network, so it could get picked up elsewhere.

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Schooled (RENEWED)

Schooled did well enough to get a second season! The newest episodes began premiering on September 25th on ABC.

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Single Parents (RENEWED)

Single Parents will be getting a second season, which began on September 25. We'll keep our eyes peeled for a third season!

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Speechless (CANCELED)

There won’t be another season of Speechless. It was a gut-wrenching decision for ABC boss Karey Burke, especially since the creator and executive producer of the show was a former producing partner.

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Splitting Up Together (CANCELED)

There won’t be a third season of Splitting Up Together. ABC canceled the show after it didn’t garner enough views for another set of episodes.

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Supergirl (RENEWED)

Tons of Marvel shows got canceled, but DC is doing well. Supergirl is getting a fifth season, which returned on October 6th on the CW.  CW decided to give shows an early renewal, and Supergirl was on that list! We look forward to season six. 

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Superstore (RENEWED)

Superstore is doing great! Audiences adore the show, and that's why NBC has decided to give it a sixth season. While we don't know the exact release date, it's likely late 2020 to early 2021. 

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The Orville (RENEWED)

The Orville was ditched by Fox, but Hulu immediately picked it up. The third season will exclusively premiere on Hulu by the end of 2020.

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The Rookie (RENEWED)

Nathan Fillion is a fan favorite, so everyone is psyched that there will be a second season of The Rookie. The newest episodes began on September 29th. Unfortunately, Afton Williamson won’t be returning as Talia Bishop for the newest season.  

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Whose Line Is It Anyway? (TBD)

The newest season of Whose Line Is It Anyway? began in March. Since season 16 is still going, the CW hasn’t officially decided to renew or cancel this one. Viewership is going down, so we’ll just have to wait and see if this one will get a 17th season.

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