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What TV Shows Have Been Cancelled or Renewed in 2017?

TV Scorecard: Which Shows Have Been Renewed or Canceled in 2017?


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We are smack in the middle of the exciting, sometimes heartbreaking, time of the year when TV shows are either given the green light for a new season or axed forever — until the reboot eventually gets underway in 2036. Take a look to see what fates have been decided, and if the show you're looking for isn't on this list yet, check our 2016 scorecard.

What's Been Renewed

CBS

  • Code Black: The medical drama lives to see another season.
  • Elementary: The Sherlock-inspired drama will return.
  • The Amazing Race: As if you had any doubt that this competition series would be back!
  • Law & Order: SVU: Season 19 is on the way!
  • The Big Bang Theory: The hugely popular series will be back for at least two more seasons.
  • Blue Bloods: The family drama will return for season eight.
  • Hawaii Five-0: Season eight is on the way.
  • Life in Pieces: The 30-minute family comedy will be back for season three.
  • Madam Secretary: Another season of Tea Leoni's drama is coming.
  • Mom: Anna Faris and Allison Janney will return.
  • NCIS: Los Angeles: The spinoff will be back for season nine.
  • NCIS: New Orleans: Scott Bakula's spinoff is also returning.
  • Scorpion: The tech drama has earned a fourth season.
  • Bull: Season two is on the way!
  • Kevin Can Wait: CBS wants another season of Kevin James's sitcom.
  • MacGyver: The reboot lives to see another season.
  • Man With a Plan: Matt LaBlanc is a man with a job for another year.
  • Superior Donuts: The new series has gotten a second season.
  • Survivor: Lucky season 35 is on the way.
  • 60 Minutes: Of course, the veteran news series will return.
  • 48 Hours: The investigative show will also be back.
  • Criminal Minds: The procedural will get a 13th season.

NBC

  • This Is Us: NBC has greenlit the show for seasons two and three.
  • The Good Place: We will be getting season two of Bell's comedy.
  • Superstore: The comedy will return for a third season.
  • Blindspot: Season three is on the way.
  • Timeless: After being saved from cancellation, the drama will be returning for a second season.

ABC

  • Once Upon a Time: The fantasy drama will come back for season seven.
  • Modern Family: The Emmy winner will return for seasons nine AND 10.
  • Grey's Anatomy: Season 14 is on the way.
  • Scandal: Olivia Pope and company will return for season seven.
  • How to Get Away With Murder: Shonda Rhimes's TGIT will stay intact another year!
  • The Middle: The family comedy has been renewed for season nine.
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Marvel property will come back for season five.
  • American Housewife: The freshman drama will get a second season.
  • Designated Survivor: The political drama with Kiefer Sutherland will get another shot.
  • Black-ish: The family sitcom will get another season.

Fox

The CW

  • iZombie: The series will return for season four!
  • The Originals: The spinoff will continue without its TVD predecessor.
  • The 100: The CW has renewed the series for a fifth season.
  • Riverdale: The Archie reboot was granted a second season.
  • Supergirl: The DC show was handed an early season three renewal.
  • The Flash: The speedster will return for a fourth season.
  • Arrow: Oliver and his merry band of vigilantes will come back for season six.
  • DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Season three is on the way.
  • Jane the Virgin: Jane will return for season four.
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: The Golden Globe-winner is coming back for season three.
  • Supernatural: And finally, the Winchester brothers will be back for a 13th round.

Netflix

  • Stranger Things: The megahit will return on Halloween.
  • The OA: The sci-fi show will return for season two.
  • Love: Judd Apatow's romantic comedy series has scored a third season.
  • A Series of Unfortunate Events: The show will be back for a second season.
  • Grace and Frankie: Season four is on the way, and Lisa Kudrow has joined the cast!
  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Titus and Kimmy are officially coming back for season four.
  • Dear White People Justin Simien critically-acclaimed series will be back for season two.

Showtime

Freeform

FX

  • Baskets: The comedy will be back with season three.
  • American Horror Story: The popular show has been renewed through season nine.
  • Taboo: FX and BBC have ordered a second season of Tom Hardy's dark drama.

HBO

  • Silicon Valley: Another season is coming our way.
  • Veep: No surprise here; the Emmy-winning comedy will return.
  • Westworld: HBO's breakout hit has been renewed for a second season.
  • Divorce: Sarah Jessica Parker's NYC-set series will be back for season two.
  • Insecure: HBO has also renewed Issa Rae's comedy for season two.
  • Ballers: Dwayne Johnson's show will return for season three this Summer.
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm: Larry David has agreed to do a ninth season.
  • Crashing: Season two of Pete Holmes's comedy series is on the way.

Hulu

  • The Handmaid's Tale: The critically acclaimed adaptation is returning for season two.
  • The Mindy Project: The show has been renewed for a sixth and final season.
  • The Path: Hulu has renewed the cult drama for a third season.

Amazon

  • Mozart in the Jungle: Amazon has renewed its critical hit for season four.
  • Red Oaks: Amazon announced that Red Oaks's third season will be its last.

AMC

SyFy

  • 12 Monkeys: The time-travel series will return for a fourth and final season.
  • The Magicians: Season three is incoming.

CMT

  • Nashville: The resuscitated drama will come back for a sixth season on CMT.

IFC

  • Brockmire: IFC has ordered season two of the half-hour comedy.
  • Portlandia: The quirky comedy is getting one final season.

What's Been Canceled


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Fox

  • Scream Queens: Ryan Murphy's horror-comedy is over after two seasons.
  • Making History: The time-travel comedy is history.
  • Son of Zorn: The live-action/cartoon hybrid is done after one season.
  • APB: The futuristic cop drama starring Justin Kirk is dead in the water.
  • Pitch: After one season, Fox is pulling the plug on this sports drama.
  • Rosewood: Two seasons in, and Fox is done.
  • Sleepy Hollow: Fox is calling it quits after four seasons.
  • 24: Legacy: The action spinoff of the long-running original 24 has been chopped from the lineup, but Fox is reportedly thinking about creating other versions of the show in the future.

ABC

  • The Real O'Neals: After two seasons, the show is over.
  • Dr. Ken: Ken Jeong's medical comedy is history.
  • Imaginary Mary: Viewers didn't tune in for Jenna Elfman's show, and now they never will.
  • American Crime: Though critically acclaimed, the anthology drama is through.
  • Secrets and Lies: After a solid first season, rating dipped in season two and ABC has canceled the drama.
  • The Catch: The sexy crime thriller is no more.
  • Last Man Standing: Tim Allen's show has been canceled.
  • Time After Time: After five episodes, ABC has pulled the low-rated drama.

NBC

  • The Blacklist: Redemption: NBC has pulled the plug on the spinoff.
  • Powerless: The superhero comedy is officially done.
  • Emerald City: We hardly got to know this Wizard of Oz adaptation before it was canceled.

CBS

  • The Odd Couple: CBS is calling it quits after three seasons.
  • Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders: Say goodbye to the Criminal Minds spinoff.
  • The Great Indoors: Will Arnett's comedy is over after a single season.
  • 2 Broke Girls: After six seasons, CBS canceled the comedy.
  • Doubt: CBS pulled Katherine Heigl's legal drama after just two episodes.

The CW

  • Frequency: The time-travel drama failed to catch on after one season.
  • No Tomorrow: The CW also axed this whimsical romantic drama.

FX

  • Man Seeking Woman: The show has been canceled after three brilliant (but low-rated) seasons.

Disney Channel

Netflix

OWN

  • Love Thy Neighbor: OWN canceled the Tyler Perry-produced show.
  • For Better or Worse: This show, also from Perry, is ending with its current season.

WGN

  • Outsiders: After two seasons, the drama has been shut down.
  • Underground: WGN has canceled the historical drama after two seasons, but Sony Pictures Television (who produces the show) is reportedly working to find it a new TV home.
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