TV Scorecard: What's Picked Up and What's Canceled For Next Season
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.
The Grinder: Rob Lowe's comedy is getting a full season on 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.
Wicked City: Ed Westwick's murderous series was the first new show to be officially canceled.
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.