TV Shows That Have Been Renewed Fall 2014
TV Scorecard: What's Been Renewed and Canceled This Season
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.
American Horror Story: The anthology series has earned a fifth 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
A to Z: The new series was canceled by NBC.
Bad Judge: The Kate Walsh comedy will not get any more new episodes.
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.
Utopia: Mark Burnett's reality series was canceled midway into its first season.
Red Band Society: The freshman drama was pulled from Fox's lineup.
The Bridge: The drama starring Diane Kruger has been canceled after two seasons.
The Witches of East End: The supernatural series has been canceled after two seasons.
Franklin & Bash: The legal drama was canceled after four seasons.
To Be Determined
State of Affairs: Premieres Nov. 17