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What TV Shows Have Been Canceled or Renewed in 2016?

TV Scorecard: What Shows Have Been Canceled or Renewed in 2016?

Over the past two months, networks have been making major decisions about what shows will make the cut for Fall. Which shows will return this Summer? Which comedies and dramas are getting one final season? What is disappearing into the night, never to be seen again? Take a look below to find out the fate of your favorite shows, and if it's not on this list, it's probably on our previous scorecard!

What's Been Renewed

ABC

Once Upon a Time: Just ahead of its highly anticipated 100th episode, the fantasy series has been picked up for its sixth season.

Scandal: The heart-stopping political drama will return for a sixth season.

Grey's Anatomy: The iconic medical drama is officially coming back for season 13!

How to Get Away With Murder:: This crazy-addictive, insane show will be covering up murders for a third season.

Modern Family: ABC's staple family comedy has been given another season.

Dancing With the Stars: Even though the show has only begun casting season 22, it's already been welcomed back for season 23.

Agents of SHIELD: The TV extension of the Marvel universe will live on for another season.

The Bachelor: Even after hitting its 20th season, the wildly popular dating show has been given another year.

Shark Tank: The veteran show will continue on into its eighth season.

Quantico: The freshman drama will be back for season two.

The Goldbergs: The family sitcom has earned a fourth season.

Fresh Off the Boat: ABC's sophomore series will return for season three.

America's Funniest Home Videos: The show will go on to air its 27th season. Damn!

The Real O'Neals: The series will be back for a second season.

American Crime: The anthology show will return for another season.



NBC

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The long-running crime series has been granted an 18th season.

Chicago Med: The medical drama will return for season two.

Chicago Fire: The procedural will get a fifth season.

Chicago PD: The Chicago-set series has earned a fourth season.

Blindspot: The new drama was the first show to be picked up last Fall and has already been renewed for season two.

Shades of Blue: Jennifer Lopez's cop drama will come back for season two.

Superstore: NBC is bringing back its new midseason comedy.

Grimm: The show has been renewed for season six.



CBS

NCIS: The procedural has been renewed for not one, but two more seasons.

The Big Bang Theory: The comedy has been renewed.

Blue Bloods: The family cop show will live to see another season.

Elementary: The Sherlock show will return in the Fall.

Hawaii Five-O: The tropical reboot will be back with another season.

Madam Secretary: The political drama is returning with a new season.

NCIS: Los Angeles: Did you think the spinoff was in any danger? You were wrong.

NCIS: New Orleans: This spinoff will also be back.

Scorpion: The drama has earned another batch of episodes.

2 Broke Girls: Your favorite Brooklyn-dwelling ladies will be back.

Criminal Minds: The crime drama will return for season 12.

Life in Pieces: The family comedy will make a triumphant second season return.

Supergirl: The super-series is getting a second season, and it's moving to The CW!

Code Black: The show is getting a second season as well.

The Odd Couple: Matthew Perry's reboot will return.

Beyond Borders: The Criminal Minds spinoff will be back.



Netflix

Orange Is the New Black: The prison comedy has been renewed for another three seasons.

Master of None: Aziz Ansari's hit show will be back for season two.

Jessica Jones: Season two is on the horizon.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: The comedy has been renewed for seasons two and three!

Fuller House: The reboot was renewed for season two just a few days after the first season premiered on Netflix.

The Ranch: Ashton Kutcher's comedy has gotten a second season.



Fox

Sleepy Hollow: The eerie drama is set to return for a fourth season.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Fox comedy will return for season four.

The Last Man on Earth: The apocalyptic hit comedy is coming back for a third season.

Wayward Pines: The mystery series will return for a second season this Summer.

Scream Queens: Ryan Murphy's series is getting a second season.

Empire: Cookie will be back to bring the drama on a third season.

Gotham: The Batman prequel has been granted a third season.

Rosewood: Morris Chestnut will be back.

Lucifer: Get ready for another season.

New Girl: Zooey Deschanel's comedy has been renewed for season six.


The CW

Supernatural: The series is getting a season 12, making it the longest running CW/WB show.

The Vampire Diaries: The drama will return for season eight.

Arrow: Season five of the show is coming.

The Originals: The New Orleans-set spinoff is returning for season four.

Reign: The royal series is coming back for season four.

The 100: The critical favorite is getting a fourth season.

The Flash: The DC show will return for season three.

iZombie: Season three of the zombie show is coming up.

Jane the Virgin: Three cheers for Jane, who is getting a third season.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: The Golden Globe-winning series will be back for season two.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Get ready for season two.



MTV

The Shannara Chronicles: The new show will return for a second season.



Comedy Central

Broad City: The network has renewed the show for seasons four and five.

Inside Amy Schumer: Of course, Schumer will be back!



AMC

The Walking Dead: The drama has been renewed for season seven.

Better Call Saul: The Breaking Bad spinoff has been renewed for a third season.

Fear the Walking Dead: The network renewed the spinoff for season three within a week of season two's debut.



FX

American Horror Story: The anthology series will get a season six.

Fargo: The anthology series will be back for season three.

Baskets: Zach Galifianakis's bizarre comedy has earned a second season.

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The comedy has been renewed for a record-tying seasons 13 and 14.

Man Seeking Woman: The comedy series will be back with a third season.

Archer: The animated comedy will be back for three more seasons.

The Americans: The spy drama has been renewed for a final two seasons.



Freeform

Shadowhunters: The fantasy series is getting a second season.



Bravo

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce: Bravo is giving the series a whopping three more seasons.



Showtime

Homeland: The drama has been renewed for a fifth season.

The Affair: Get ready for season three of the hit drama.



Syfy

The Magicians: The fantasy has been renewed for a second season.



BET

Being Mary Jane: Gabrielle Union's show will return for a fourth season.



HBO

Vinyl: After only one episode, the show was renewed for a second season.

Game of Thrones: The show was renewed even before seaosn six premiered.

Veep: HBO wants another season of the political comedy.

Silicon Valley: The show will be back with a fourth season.



TV Land

Younger: The series, which is currently filming its third season, got an early season four renewal.


History

Vikings: The drama will be back with season five.


Hulu

The Mindy Project: The streaming service is sticking with Mindy Kaling by renewing the show for a fifth season.

The Path: The drama will return for a second season.


Amazon

Transparent: Ahead of this Fall's third season, Amazon has already renewed the show for a fourth season.


BBC America

Orphan Black: The sci-fi masterpiece will return for a fifth and final season in 2017.



What's Been Canceled

ABC

Of Kings and Prophets: The historical drama has been canceled after two episodes.

Nashville: The drama is over, after four seasons.

Agent Carter: Marvel's series has been canceled after two seasons.

Castle: Nathan Fillion's show will end with season eight.

Muppets: The series will end after only one season.



CBS

Angel From Hell: After a delayed start and only a few aired episodes, the show will not continue.

Mike and Molly: Melissa McCarthy's comedy will end after its current season.

The Good Wife: The show will end after its current run.

Person of Interest: The cop show starring Jim Caviezel will end with season five.

CSI: Cyber: The show is ending after two seasons.

Rush Hour: The adaptation will not be getting a second season.

Limitless: THe show has been canceled after one season.



NBC

Telenovela: The first-year comedy has been canceled.

Game of Silence: The freshman drama did not receive a second season.

Crowded: This midseason family comedy has been given the axe.

Heartbeat: After a delayed premiere and rocky start, the show was canceled after one season.

Undateable: The third-year comedy was not given a new season.



The CW

Beauty and the Beast: The drama's upcoming fourth season will be its last.



HBO

Girls: Though it's technically not a "cancellation," Girls will end after season six.

Togetherness: HBO has canceled the Mark Duplass comedy after two seasons.



TNT

Rizzoli & Isles: TNT is ending the series after season seven.



A&E

Unforgettable: The resuscitated drama was canceled (once again).



USA
Royal Pains: USA will end the medical comedy after its eighth season.


Showtime

Episodes: The upcoming seventh season will be its last.

House of Lies: Don Cheadle's comedy will end after season five.

Penny Dreadful: The show two-hour season four finale marked the end of the drama.



A&E

Damien: The horror show has been canceled after one season.



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