Fall TV is in full swing, and now that most of the new series have premiered, the pickup, renewal, and cancellation news has begun. There have been a few exciting pickups for freshman and veteran series, and so far, a few cancellations. See how your favorite shows have fared so far — and what's still up in the air — and keep checking back for more news as we update.
What's Been Picked Up
The Mysteries of Laura: The Debra Messing-led series has gotten a full season.
The Flash: The superhero series is getting a full first season.
Jane the Virgin: The freshman series is also getting a full season.
Gotham: The freshman series was picked up for a full season.
How to Get Away With Murder: The drama was picked up for a full first season.
Black-ish: The Anthony Anderson sitcom was also picked up for an entire first season.
Forever: The NYC-set fantasy show has scored a full season order.
Cristela: The freshman series was picked up for a full season.
Scorpion: The new show was picked up for a full season.
Madam Secretary: The freshman political drama will be around for a whole season.
NCIS: New Orleans: The spinoff procedural has gotten a first-season pickup.
Stalker: The new drama starring Maggie Q was picked up for season one.
Under the Dome: The Summer series will be back for a third season.
Extant: The Halle Berry-starring series is getting a second season.
Downton Abbey: The British series has been renewed for a sixth season.
Graceland: The cable drama is coming back for a third season.
What's Been Canceled
Manhattan Love Story: The freshman series was the the first new show to be canceled this season, after just a couple episodes.
Selfie: The comedy has been canceled and will end after its initial 13 episodes.
Unforgettable: The drama was canceled for the second time.
The Millers: CBS has canceled the sitcom during its second season.
Franklin & Bash: The legal drama was canceled after four seasons.
To Be Determined
State of Affairs: Premieres Nov. 17