New TV shows has invaded our lives and DVRs, but every fervent watcher knows that the season of new shows is like the Hunger Games: only the strong survive. True to form, several brand-new series have succeeded by getting full-season pickups, but not all of them have been so lucky. See how the new (and returning) shows are faring this season!
What's Been Picked Up
The Muppets: The nostalgia hit will get a full season.
Quantico: The brand-new thriller just got a full-season order.
Dr. Ken: The Ken Jeong sitcom has gotten a full season.
Blindspot: The new drama was the first show to be picked up this season, and has already been renewed for season two.
Chicago Fire: The procedural will get a fifth season.
Chicago PD: The Chicago-set series has earned a fourth season.
Grandfathered: The John Stamos sitcom got a full season from Fox.
Rosewood: The crime procedural has been granted a full season by Fox.
Wayward Pines: The mystery series will get a second season.
Limitless: The drama has been picked up for a full season.
Life in Pieces: The comedy has received a full-season order from CBS.
Supergirl: The action-packed drama is here to stay.
The Walking Dead: The drama has been renewed for season seven.
American Horror Story: The anthology series will get a season six.
Fargo: The anthology series will be back for season three.
Homeland: The drama has been renewed for a fifth season.
The Affair: Get ready for season three of the hit drama.
Being Mary Jane: Gabrielle Union's show will return for a fourth season.
Younger: Sutton Foster's series will return for a third season.
What's Been Canceled
Rookie Blue: The cop drama has been canceled after six seasons on ABC.
The Whispers: The alien drama was canceled after a single season.
America's Next Top Model: The long-running reality show will stop after its current cycle — its 22nd!
Beauty and the Beast: The drama's upcoming fourth season will be its last.
Married: The comedy has been canceled after two seasons.
Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris: Sadly, it was not the best time ever.
Girls: Though it's technically not a "cancellation," Girls will end after season six.
Rizzoli & Isles: TNT is ending the series after season 7.
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