Every Renewed and Canceled TV Show in 2023

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"Miracle Workers," "The Horror of Dolores Roach" and "Black Mirror" (TBS, Prime Video, Netflix)

With the streaming bubble bursting and entertainment companies retooling their vision for the future of television, it seems like every new day yields a polarizing series cancellation. From viewership stats to marketing pitfalls and budgetary concerns, TV series are seeing the plug pulled at a seemingly faster rate than ever before — in some cases, after production has been completed and even before they’ve had a chance to air.

For example, after outcry over recently canned series like “1899,” “First Kill” and “Warrior Nun,” Netflix’s new co-CEOS Ted Sarandos and Greg Peters said they have never canceled a “successful show.” Platforms like AMC, Starz, Showtime and HBO Max have pulled shows despite having the majority of filming finished or nearly done so. And for Hulu, journalists and audiences raised disappointment following the cancellation of “Reboot.”

At the same time, some shows across networks and streamers are coming to a close; conversely, fan-favorites like “Abbott Elementary” or long-running staples like Fox Animation Domination’s slate are being greenlit for additional installments.

To help you keep it straight, we’ve broken down every TV show that’s renewed, canceled and ending in 2023. And we’ll be updating frequently, so check back often.

“Harlem” (Prime Video) – Renewed

On Dec. 6, Amazon’s Prime Video officially announced Tracy Oliver’s comedy series “Harlem,” which stars Meagan Good, Grace Byers, Shoniqua Shandai, and Jerrie Johnson, would be returning for a third season.

“9-1-1” (ABC) – Renewed

On May 1, Fox announced that one of its flagship drama series, which stars Angela Bassett and Peter Krause, would not be renewed, but would be moving to ABC for Season 7 in 2023-2024.

“100 Foot Wave” (HBO) – Renewed

The docuseries following surf legend Garrett McNamara was renewed by HBO for a third season in late August.

“1899” (Netflix) – Canceled

The death of “1899,” the paranormal German sci-fi period mystery series, was one of the first to rock the TV world this year. It was canceled despite climbing interest (having surpassed show creators Baran bo Odar and Jantje Freise’s first show, 2017’s “Dark”), leading to fan outrage.

“1923” (Paramount+) – Renewed

Taylor Sheridan’s “Yellowstone” universe continues to expand with a Season 2 renewal for “1923,” starring Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford. The prequel series was the biggest show premiere on cable for 2022 and the biggest Paramount+ premiere ever in the U.S., drawing in 7.4 million total viewers across Paramount+ and linear previews.

“48 Hours” (CBS) – Renewed

“48 Hours,” which has occupied the title of Saturday’s No. 1 non-sports primetime show for the past 17 consecutive seasons, will be back for another season in late 2023. The news program has been running since 1988.

“60 Minutes” (CBS) – Renewed

The No. 1 news program for primetime, “60 Minutes” covers the wide breadth of the human experience through enterprise stories, investigative reports and sit-down interviews. It’ll be back for the 2023-2024 season.

“61st Street” (The CW) – Renewed

Similar to “Invitation to a Bonfire,” the Courtney B. Vance series was pulled after one season, despite the fact that Season 2 episodes had already been shot. The drama, about a young Black man who got entangled in the Chicago criminal justice system, was part of the company’s strategic content write downs last year. The CW announced it’d be picking up the series on May 12, with plans to re-air Season 1 in fall 2023 and debut its second season in 2024.

“9-1-1: Lone Star” (Fox) – Renewed

Also on May 1, Fox ordered another season of the Rob Lowe-led spinoff.

“A Black Lady Sketch Show” (HBO) – Ending

HBO and creator/star Robin Thede announced in July that the variety sketch comedy series would not return for Season 5, opting to let its Season 4 finale mark the show’s end on a creative high. “Thank you to all the immensely talented cast members, guest stars, writers, directors, editors and crew members who have made ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ an Emmy-winning success,” Thede said in a statement.

“Abbott Elementary” (ABC) – Renewed

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At the 2023 Winter Television Critics Association, ABC announced that “Abbott Elementary” would be back for a third season. We can imagine Janine’s already dedicated a new binder to planning the upcoming term out.

“Acapulco” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

The bilingual comedy got a renewal for Season 3 in late January. The Eugenio Derbez vehicle, partially inspired by the 2017 feature “How to Be A Latin Lover,” will commence production this spring.

“Accused” (Fox) – Renewed

The crime anthology from executive producer Howard Gordon was picked up by Fox for a sophomore season in late March. Based on the BBC’s BAFTA-winning series, the series follows 15 emotional and intense stories of crime and punishment with a brand new cast for each episode that includes the likes of Abigail Breslin, Whitney Cummings, Margo Martindale, Rachel Bilson, Jack Davenport, Molly Parker, Rhea Perlman, Aisha Dee and Jason Ritter.

“The Afterparty” (Apple TV+) – Canceled

The murder mystery series starring Tiffany Haddish, Zach Woods and Sam Richardson won’t return for a third season at the streamer.

“Agent Elvis” (Netflix) – Canceled

The adult animated comedy, created by Priscilla Presley and John Eddie, was canceled by Netflix after one season.

The series sees Elvis trade his jumpsuit for a jetpack when he joins a secret spy program to stop villains from destroying the world. “Agent Elvis” starred Matthew McConaughey, Kaitlin Olson and Don Cheadle.

“Alaska Daily” (ABC) – Canceled

Hilary Swank will not be returning to ABC. After only one season, Tom McCarthy’s drama was axed along with “Big Sky” and “The Company You Keep.” The short-lived series followed a New York journalist who moves to Alaska after burning some major bridges. In her new job, she dives into the missing and murdered Indigenous women crisis in the state of Alaska.

“A League of Their Own” (Prime Video) – Canceled

The television version of Penny Marshall’s 1992 film was canceled by Prime Video after one season after being previously renewed for a shortened second season. Co-created by Will Graham and Abbi Jacobson, the series was set to return for four episodes in its limited series second installment to say farewell to fans in the LGBTQ+ community and beyond before it was ultimately. Sony plans to shop around the show.

“Alert: Missing Persons Unit” (Fox) – Renewed

Philadelphia-set procedural earned a second season on Fox in March. Following Philadelphia police officers Jason Grant (Scott Caan) and Nikki Batista (Dania Ramirez) as they chase clues in life-or-death missing persons search, the series is executive produced by Jamie Foxx and John Eisendrath. Carla Kettner is slated to join as executive producer and showrunner for Season 2.

“All American” (The CW) – Renewed

The football drama garnered an early Season 6 renewal.

“All American: Homecoming” (The CW) – Renewed

While a decision on the college drama spinoff was up in the air for some time, the network announced in June that “All American: Homecoming” would return for 13-episode third season.

“All Rise” (OWN) – Ending

The Oprah Winfrey Network’s courtroom drama will end with its third season. The Simone Missick-led series was previously cancelled by CBS after two seasons before moving to OWN.

“The Amazing Race” (CBS) – Renewed

This long-running, globe-trotting reality show is among the 19 series the network has renewed to date.

“American Auto” (NBC) – Canceled

The workplace comedy, which starred Ana Gasteyer and Harriet Dyer as the employees of a Detroit-based automotive company, was axed after two seasons at the network.

“American Gigolo” (Showtime) – Canceled

Following the news that Showtime would be integrated with Paramount+’s premium service later this year (under the name Paramount+ With Showtime), the Jon Bernthal-starring reboot was one of several series to receive the ax.

“Animal Control” (Fox) – Renewed

The workplace comedy, led by Joel McHale alongside Michael Rowland, Vella Lovell and Ravi Patel, was renewed for a second installment at Fox in May.

“Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches” (AMC) – Renewed

AMC Networks is betting on Anne Rice’s Immortal Universe, with the Alexandra Daddario-led supernatural drama joining predecessor “Interview With the Vampire” for a sophomore installment.

“Archer” (FXX) – Ending

Season 14 of “Archer,” which premieres in August, will be the show’s last.

“The Ark” (Syfy) – Renewed

The Syfy original series starring Christie Burke, Richard Fleeshman, Reece Ritchie, Stacey Read and Ryan Adams was renewed for a sophomore season in early April.

“Barry” (HBO) – Ending

The Bill Hader-led drama closed out its fourth and final season in 2023 at HBO.

“Based on a True Story” (Peacock) – Renewed

The mystery comedy starring Kaley Cuoco and Chris Messina was renewed by the streamer for a second season in mid-October.

“Beacon 23” (MGM+) – Renewed

MGM+’s sci-fi mystery thriller starring Lena Headey was renewed for Season 2 Monday, one day after debuting its Season 1 finale on the streamer. The eight-episode installment is set to premiere in April 2024.

“The Bear” (FX/Hulu) – Renewed

FX/Hulu’s acclaimed comedy-drama series “The Bear” will return for a third season, which is slated to air sometime in 2024.

The show, which tells the story of a renowned chef who returned to his hometown of Chicago to run his brother’s fledgling restaurant after his brother’s death, was created by Christopher Storer, who acts as executive producer alongside Joanna Calo, Hiro Murai of Super Frog, Josh Senior and Matty Matheson, with Tyson Bidner serving as producer. The series is produced by FX Productions.

“Big Shot” (Disney+) – Canceled

The basketball drama series starring John Stamos was canceled at the streaming service after two seasons. From co-creator David E. Kelley, the dramedy starred Stamos as men’s basketball coach Marvyn Korn, who found himself ousted from the NCAA and picking up a new job coaching a girls’ team at a private high school. The cast also featured Jessalyn Gilsig, Yvette Nicole Brown, Richard Robichaux, Sophia Mitri Schloss, Nell Verlaque, Tiana Le, Monique Green, Tisha Custodio and Cricket Wampler.

“Big Sky” (ABC) – Canceled

Another one bites the dust from David E. Kelley. Each season of this ABC drama revolved around around another cops versus criminals tale in the state of Montana. “Big Sky” had it all — moody independent detectives mourning the same lover, sex rings, surprise twins, Hitchcock homages and even an evil Reba McEntire. But ultimately it wasn’t enough. The series was canceled after its third season.

“Black Mirror” (Netflix) – Renewed

“Black Mirror” has been renewed for a seventh season at Netflix. The sci-fi series is created, written and executive produced by Charlie Brooker.

“Blindspotting” (Starz) – Canceled

“Blindspotting” has been canceled after two seasons.

The series, which was created by Rafael Casal and Daveed Diggs and served as a sequel to their 2018 film of the same name, centered on Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jones) who moved in with her mother-in-law and half-sister after her husband Miles is incarcerated.

Other cast members included Benjamin Earl Turner, Atticus Woodward, Candace Nicholas-Lippman, Jaylen Barron and Helen Hunt. Snoot Entertainment’s Jess Wu Calder and Keith Calder served as executive producers, alongside Ken Lee, Emily Gerson Saines and Tim Palen of Barnyard.

“Bling Empire” and “Bling Empire: New York” (Netflix) – Canceled

The reality series, which follows a wealthy Asian American community in Beverly Hills, and its New York spinoff will not be returning at Netflix, per Deadline.

“Blue Bloods” (CBS) – Renewed

The Tom Selleck-led drama was renewed for the 2023-2024 season in late March, marking its fourteenth year on the network.

“Blue Eye Samurai” (Netflix) – Renewed

The animated series featuring Maya Erskine and George Takei was renewed for a second season by the streamer in early December.

“Bob Hearts Abishola” (CBS) – Renewed

The romantic comedy was renewed for fifth season in late January, joining other popular CBS programming like “Ghosts,” “Young Sheldon” and “The Neighborhood” in installments running through the 2024 TV season.

“Bob’s Burgers” (Fox) – Renewed

Bob’s Burgers was renewed for Seasons 14 and 15 in late January.

“Bob’s Burgers” currently ranks among the Top 10 comedies for the 2022-23 season, marking the show’s second consecutive season on the list.

“Bosch: Legacy” (Freevee) – Renewed

The “Bosch” spinoff stars Titus Welliver as the retired cop and Madison Lintz as his daughter, Maddie, who followed her father onto the force. It was renewed for Season 3 on May 1.

“Breeders” (FX) – Ending

The Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard-led comedy about parenting is coming to an end after four seasons. The final, 10-episode season will premiere with its first two episodes on July 31 on FX, with every subsequent episode available each week. All episodes will be available to stream next day on Hulu. In addition to Freeman and Haggard, the season’s cast will include Alun Armstrong, Joanna Bacon, Oscar Kennedy, Zoë Athena and Jessie Williams.

“Bupkis” (Peacock) – Renewed

Pete Davidson’s semi-autobiographical comedy will be returning for a second season at the NBCUniversal-owned streamer.

“Call Me Kat” (Fox) – Canceled

The Mayim Bialik-led series was canceled at Fox just one day after its Season 3 finale in May. The ensemble cast was rounded out by the late actor Leslie Jordan, Swoosie Kurtz, Kyla Pratt, Julian Gant, Cheyenne Jackson and Christopher Rivas.

“Captain Fall” (Netflix) – Canceled

The animated comedy, which was canceled by Netflix after one season, followed a goofy, gullible sea captain who is hired to helm a high-end cruise ship and becomes the perfect fall guy for an illicit smuggling operation. “Captain Fall,” which is created by Jon Iver Helgaker and Jonas Torgersen, starred Jason Ritter, Christopher Meloni and Lesley-Ann Brandt

“Castlevania: Nocturne” – Renewed

Roughly a week after Netflix debuted its second “Castlevania” series, the streamer renewed “Nocturne” for Season 2.

Based on the classic Konami game series of the same name, “Castlevania: Nocturne” takes place 300 years after the end of the original “Castlevania,” which originally ran for four seasons on Netflix. At the height of the French Revolution, the series follows Annette, a sorceress from the Caribbean. As the counter-revolutionary aristocracy has formed a partnership with a vampiric messiah, Annette is desperate to find Richter Belmont, the last descendant of a family of vampire hunters.

“Thanks to all of the ‘Castlevania’ fans old and new for the amazing response and support! We are excited to be able to bring you more ‘Castlevania: Nocturne’ and the next chapter in the rise of Richter Belmont,” creator, showrunner and writer Clive Bradley and showrunner Kevin Kolde said in a joint statement.

“Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med” and “Chicago PD” (NBC) – Renewed

All three of Dick Wolf’s “One Chicago” series were renewed through 2024 in April: “Chicago Fire” (Season 12), “Chicago Med” (Season 9) and “Chicago PD” (Season 11).

“Chucky” (Syfy) – Renewed

Fret not, the title creepy doll (and M3gan’s nemesis) isn’t going anywhere. Along with “Reginald the Vampire” (see below), the horror show was renewed for Season 3 in mid-January.

“The Circle” (Netflix) – Renewed

Netflix’s social media-inspired reality competition series “The Circle,” has been renewed for two more seasons. Seasons 6 and 7 of the series were filmed in Atlanta, a departure from its previous U.K.-based seasons. Season 6 is set to debut next spring.

“Citadel” (Prime Video) – Renewed

The Richard Madden and Priyanka Chopra Jonas-led spy thriller “Citadel” has been greenlit for a second season at Prime Video. The series, which is the streamer’s second most-watched new original series outside the U.S. and fourth most-watched worldwide, will see Joe Russo direct all episodes of the next installment.

“City on Fire” (Apple TV+) – Canceled

The crime drama from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage won’t be returning for a second season on the streamer.

“The Cleaning Lady” (Fox) – Renewed

The thriller-crime series starring Élodie Yung was renewed for a third installment in early February, with “Good Girls” executive producer Jeannine Renshaw joining creator-EP Miranda Kwok as co-showrunner. She takes over from Melissa Carter.

“Cobra Kai” (Netflix) – Ending

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Cobra Kai (Netflix)

For five seasons, “Cobra Kai” has extended the universe of one of Hollywood’s most iconic fictional professional fighting tales, serving as a sequel to the original “The Karate Kid.” It’ll end with a sixth season.

“The Company You Keep” (ABC) – Canceled

Julia Cohen’s sexy spy thriller is not moving forward, along with “Big Sky” and “Alaska Daily.” The series followed a con man who finds himself in a complicated romantic relationship with an undercover member of the CIA. Starring Milo Ventimiglia and Catherine Haena Kim, the ambitious series never seemed to find its audience.

“The Conners” (ABC) – Renewed

The “Roseanne” sequel series will return for Season 6 at ABC, the network announced in May.

“Criminal Minds: Evolution” (Paramount+) – Renewed

The reboot of the long-running CBS procedural garnered a Season 2 order mid-January. The Joe Mantegna-led show became one of Paramount+’s top five original series and has driven the overall franchise to see an increase of nearly six times in month-over-month viewership. It reunites most of the original show’s cast members.

“Cruel Summer” (Freeform) – Canceled

The mystery anthology series produced by Jessica Biel was canceled in early December months after releasing its second season.

“CSI: Vegas” (CBS) – Renewed

The spinoff series starring Paula Newsome will return with a third season in the 2023-2024 TV season.

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” (HBO) – Ending

HBO announced in mid December that Larry David’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” will officially end with its upcoming Season 12, which will premiere in February 2024.

“Dark Winds” (AMC) – Renewed

The action series starring Zahn McClarnon was renewed for a third season by AMC, the network announced in mid-September.

“Die Hart” (Roku) – Renewed

Kevin Hart’s comedy series “Die Hart” has been renewed for a third season at Roku following a record-breaking premiere for its second season. Casting and additional details for season 3 will be shared at a later date.

“The Diplomat” (Netflix) – Renewed

The Keri Russell-led political thriller was renewed for a second installment at Netflix.

“Disenchantment” (Netflix) – Ending

Matt Groening’s adult animated comedy series will end with its fifth season. The final 10 episodes following Queen Bean as she tries to save Dreamland will premiere Sept. 1 on Netflix.

“Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.” (Disney+) – Canceled

The coming-of-age Disney+ show was cut by the streamer after two seasons, TheWrap learned in late August.

“Doom Patrol” (HBO Max) – Ending

Alongside “Titans” (see below), HBO Max announced in late January that the series would conclude with Season 4. The decision to end both shows was not related to the change in leadership at DC Studios (co-led by James Gunn and Peter Safran), nor parent company Warner Bros. Discovery’s cost-cutting efforts.

“The Drew Barrymore Show” – Renewed

A daytime favorite and the fastest-growing talk show of its kind, “The Drew Barrymore Show” was renewed through the 2024 TV season last month. The CBS syndicated show’s renewal comes as no surprise to fans of the actress, whose human-interest segments, bright personality and social media-savvy contribute to viewership success.

“East New York” (CBS) – Canceled

The series, which followed officers and detectives of the NYPD’s 74th precinct in Brooklyn, was canceled after one season at CBS.

“Elite” (Netflix) – Ending

The Spanish-language drama was renewed for an eighth and final season in mid-October.

“Fake Profile” (Netflix) – Renewed

The Colombian drama will be returning for Season 2 on Netflix, the streamer announced in June.

“Family Guy” (Fox) – Renewed

In addition to “Bob’s Burgers,” Fox renewed “Family Guy” for Seasons 22 and 23.

The Emmy-winning animated comedy currently ranks among the Top 10 comedies for the 2022-23 Season, marking the fifth consecutive seasons on the list. Per the network, “Family Guy” also ranks as Fox’s most-streamed program on record and continues the trend this season, averaging 5.1 million viewers.

“The Family Stallone” (Paramount+) – Renewed

The Sylvester Stallone-centric reality was renewed for a second season after the series secured its spot as the most watched original reality show premiere on the streaming service.

“Fantasy Island” (Fox) – Canceled

This sequel to the 1970s series, which starred Roselyn Sánchez as Elena Roarke, was canceled on May 9 after two seasons.

“Farzar” (Netflix) – Canceled

The animated comedy, which was canceled by Netflix after one season, was created by Roger Black and Waco O’Guin.

The series centered around Prince Fichael, who lives in a human colony on an alien world and vows to rid the planet of evil — but then learns his dad’s the biggest evildoer of them all.

“Farzar” starred David Kaye, Jerry Minor and Lance Reddick.

“Fatal Attraction” (Paramount+) – Canceled

The reimagining of classic 1987 film starring Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson was axed at Paramount+ after one season.

“FBOY Island” (The CW) – Renewed

The reality TV dating series hosted by Nikki Glaser has been picked up for a third season by The CW after being canceled on HBO Max, with the third installment of the series set to air on the network this fall.

“Firebuds” (Disney) – Renewed

The series was return for for a third water rescue themed season, Disney announced in June.

“Fire Country” (CBS) – Renewed

CBS’ fire-fighting procedural starring Max Thieriot as a young convict seeking redemption was renewed in early January for Season 2. Since its premiere, the drama has averaged 8 million viewers per episode, making it the top new broadcast series of the season. 

“The Flash” (The CW) – Ending

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Grant Gustin in ‘The Flash’ (The CW)

“The Flash” will end with Season 9, which is set to premiere on Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. Starring Grant Gustin as the title speedster, the show has spanned nearly a decade and more than 180 episodes. Based on the characters from DC, “The Flash” is from Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television.

“Found” (NBC) – Renewed

The freshman drama starring Shanola Hampton was renewed for a second season alongside “The Irrational” in late November.

“Freeridge” (Netflix) – Canceled

The “On My Block” spinoff, which starred Keyla Monterroso Mejia and Bryana Salaz, as, respectively, rival sisters Gloria and Ines, and featured an entirely POC cast, was canceled on April 12 after one season.

“From” (MGM+) – Renewed

The sci-fi series, which centers on a monstrous town that traps its visitors, was renewed for a 10-episode third season, just days after “From” aired its season 2 finale.

Futurama (Hulu) – Renewed

“Futurama” is coming back for more adventures after being renewed for Seasons 13 and 14 — an additional 20 episodes — at Hulu.

In 2022, the streamer revived the beloved adult-animated series for an eleventh season, which premiered on July 24. Season 12 of the series, which hails from 20th Television Animation, is expected to debut on Hulu next year.

“Gen V” (Prime Video) – Renewed

The spin-off of “The Boys” will return for a second season, the streamer announced in mid-October.

“Ghosts” (CBS) – Renewed

No scares here! A Season 3 renewal of the beloved comedy is in the bag. From creators Joe Port and Joe Wiseman, “Ghosts” ranks as the No. 1 comedy series on Paramount+ and CBS’ most-streamed program.

“Ginny & Georgia” (Netflix) – Renewed

Netflix renewed the mother-daughter drama for an additional two seasons in May, taking the series up to its fourth season. Former “Degrassi” producer Sarah Glinski will serve as showrunner for Seasons 3 and 4 after Debra J. Fisher led Seasons 1 and 2.

“Glamorous” (Netflix) – Canceled

The Kim Catrall-led comedy-drama series, which was canceled after one season, saw the “Sex and the City” alum play makeup mogul Madolyn Addison, a veteran from the Golden Age of Supermodels who is the founder and CEO of the prestigious boutique beauty brand that bears her name.

The quick-witted executive is focused on shaking up her business and sees an opportunity in Marco Mejia (Miss Benny), taking him from the makeup counter to a seat at the table, ruffling feathers along the way. 

In addition to Catrall and Miss Benny, the show’s cast included Zane Phillips, Jade Payton, Michael Hsu Rosen, Ayesha Harris and Graham Parkhurst, with Diana Maria Riva, Lisa Gilroy and Mark Deklin making guest appearances.

“Godfather of Harlem” (MGM+) – Renewed

The drama series starring Forest Whitaker was renewed for a 10-episode Season 4 in late November.

“The Goldbergs” (ABC) – Ending

After 10 seasons and more than 200 episodes, the Sony Pictures Television-backed comedy will be coming to a close. Created by Adam F. Goldberg, who based the half-hour show on his childhood experiences, the series finale is set for May 3.

“The Good Doctor” (ABC) – Renewed

The series, which stars Freddie Highmore, was renewed for Season 7 in April.

“Good Omens” (Prime Video) – Ending

Prime Video announced in mid December that the series, based on the acclaimed novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, was been renewed for a third and final season.

“Good Trouble” (Freeform) – Canceled

“The Fosters” spin-off show was axed ahead of the January release of the second half of its fifth season in January. Amid the cancellation, “Good Trouble” will get the opportunity to film additional scenes to wrap up the show with a supersized series finale, according to an individual with knowledge of production plans.

“Gossip Girl” (HBO Max) – Canceled

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Zion Moreno, Savannah Lee Smith and Jordan Alexander star in Gossip Girl season 2 (HBO Max)

The reboot series, which follows a new generation of New York private school teens who are taunted by a mysterious social media presence spilling their secrets, was canceled after two seasons, ahead of “Gossip Girl’s” extravagant Met Gala Season 2 finale. Though showrunner Josh Safran said he hoped to find a new home for the series at the time of cancelation, he admitted it would be an “uphill battle.”

“Gotham Knights” (The CW) – Canceled

The DC series was canceled after one season at The CW, the network announced ahead of the Season 1 finale of “Gotham Knights” that is slated to air on June 27.

“Grand Crew” (NBC) – Canceled

The hangout comedy series from Phil Augusta Jackson and Dan Goor (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”) has been canceled after two seasons. “Grand Crew,” which is produced by Universal Television and executived produced by Jackson and Goor, stars Echo Kellum, Nicole Byer, Aaron Jennings, Justin Cunningham, Carl Tart and Grasie Mercedes.

“The Great” (Hulu) – Canceled

The period drama starring Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult was canceled by the streamer after three seasons.

“Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) – Renewed

The beloved series made its return for Season 20 official on March 24, extending the show’s record as the longest-running medical drama in television history. Longtime writer and executive producer Meg Marinis is set to take over as showrunner as Krista Vernoff’s exit at the end of Season 19.

“Harlan Coben’s Shelter” (Prime Video) – Canceled

The mystery series from showrunners and EPs Harlan Coben and Allen MacDonald was canceled after its first season at the streamer, alongside Prime Video’s “The Horror of Dolores Roach” and “With Love.”

“Harley Quinn” (Max) – Rewnewed

DC’s favorite couple, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, are returning to Max for a fifth season. The raunchy comedy follows Harley Quinn after her breakup with The Joker and chronicles her misadventures as she and her crew of villainous misfits attempt to prove they’re among the worst of the worst Gotham has to offer.

“‘Harley Quinn’ has raised the comedic crowbar with every new season. We’re excited to continue this partnership with Max and take our biggest swing yet for Season 5,” Peter Girardi, executive vide president of alternative programming for Warner Bros. Animation, said in a press release.

“We’re thrilled that the news of Harley and Ivy’s continuing misadventures is finally out and we can stop telling people in secret,” executive producers Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker and Dean Lorey said in a joint statement. “We must have handed out at least three thousand NDAs by now. It was a big waste of paper.”

“Heels” (Starz) – Canceled

“Heels,” which stars Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig, has been canceled after two seasons.

The series, which was created by Michael Waldron, follows two brothers who are also archenemies, playing along with their scripted matches while fighting over a promotion in their father’s wrestling empire.

In addition to Amell and Ludwig, “Heels” stars Mary McCormack, Chris Bauer, Allen Maldonado, Kelli Berglund, Alice Barrett Mitchell, Trey Tucker, Robby Ramos and more.

“Hit Monkey” (Hulu) – Renewed

“Hit-Monkey” is coming back with a vengeance at Hulu after being renewed for a second season in February.

Based on the Marvel comics character, the show’s first season follows a Japanese snow monkey joins forces with the ghost of an American assassin to avenge the slaughter of his tribe by killing their way through the Yakuza underworld. The second season will follow the pair to New York City.

“High Desert” (Apple TV+) – Canceled

The dark comedy was canceled after one season, according to star Patricia Arquette via an instagram post.

“A lot of you have asked about ‘High Desert’ and if there was going to be a second season, so I just wanted to let you know that we just found out that we won’t be coming back,” Arquette said. “That’s a sad bummer for all of us.”

“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” (Disney+) – Ending

The Disney+ TV adaptation will end with its fourth season, which premieres in August.

“Home Economics” (ABC) – Canceled

The Topher Grace-led comedy series was canceled after three seasons at ABC. The show remained on the bubble in the onset of the Hollywood double strike, but did not end up receiving a Season 4 order. The show was inspired by the life of writer and executive producer Michael Colton.

“The Horror of Dolores Roach” (Prime Video) – Canceled

The thriller series starring Justina Machado was axed at Prime Video in late November, months after its first season launched in the summer. The series was canceled alongside freshman mystery “Harlan Coben’s Shelter” and romantic comedy “With Love.” 

“How I Met Your Father” (Hulu) – Canceled

The “How I Met Your Mother” spinoff series starring Hillary Duff was canceled at Hulu after two seasons.

“Hunters” (Prime Video) – Ending

The alternative history series concluded its two-season run this January. From David Weil, the drama — which followed a group of vigilante Nazi hunters in the 1970s — starred Al Pacino, Logan Lerman, Jennifer Jason Leigh and more.

“iCarly” (Paramount+) – Canceled

The reboot of the beloved Nickelodeon series — which featured the return of original cast members Miranda Cosgrove Jerry Trainor and Nathan Kress — was canceled in October after a three-season run on Paramount+. “’iCarly’ will not be returning for a fourth season on Paramount+,” a spokesperson from the service told TheWrap. “The series had a great three-season run and delivered on what fans really wanted to see with Carly and Freddie finally getting together. We want to thank the entire cast, the writers, directors and producers, along with the whole crew, for their dedication, creativity and talent.”

“The Idol” (HBO) – Canceled

The controversial music industry drama from “Euphoria” creator Sam Levinson, Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye and Reza Fahim was axed after one season at the network, HBO announced in late August.

“I Love That For You” (Showtime) – Canceled

The comedy series starring Vanessa Bayer and Molly Shannon will not be returning for a second season at Showtime, the network announced in June.

“Invitation to a Bonfire” (AMC) – Canceled

Tatiana Maslany was set to star in and executive produce the psychological thriller based on the novel by Adrienne Celt, about “Lolita” author Vladimir Nabokov and wife Vera’s marriage. Despite shooting part of its first season, the show was scrapped by AMC as part of its strategic cost-cutting efforts and $400 million write down announced last year. However, its showrunner Rachel Caris Love is hopeful the series will land elsewhere.

“Inside Job” (Netflix) – Canceled

The adult animated comedy show, from Shion Takeuchi (“Gravity Falls”) and about a young woman poised to take over a deep-state conglomerate secretly controlling the world, got an unsurprising (yet stinging) renewal reversal, which saw Netflix renege on its Season 2 commitment. The decision led to widespread fan outcries and is just one of many niche, revered shows on the platform to see the rug swept out from under it. Parts 1 and 2 of the first installment are still streaming on Netflix, though — be warned — the series ends on a cliffhanger.

“The Irrational” (NBC) – Renewed

The drama starring Jesse L. Martin was upped for a sophomore season in late November alongside fellow freshman series “Found.”

“James May: Our Man In…” (Prime Video) – Renewed

The travel show starring James May was renewed for third season, per Deadline. After tackling Japan and Italy in Seasons 1 and 2, respectively, “The Grand Tour” presenter will take his gig to India.

“The Jennifer Hudson Show” – Renewed

Jennifer Hudson’s daytime talk show was renewed in January for a second season. The EGOT winner shared the news during a recent episode, tearing up as she told her studio audience, “Today is a major day of celebration.”

“Joe Pickett” (Paramount+) – Canceled

The drama series starring Michael Dorman won’t return for a third season, Variety reported in late October.

“The Kardashians” (Hulu) – Renewed

The streamer renewed the reality series for 20 more episodes in May, ahead of the Season 3 premiere on May 25.

“Kiff” (Disney) – Renewed

The animated series will be returning for a second season, Disney announced in June.

“Kindred” (FX on Hulu) – Canceled

The adaptation of the beloved Octavia Butler sci-fi novel was canceled at FX after one season, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The series centers on Dana (Mallori Johnson), an aspiring TV writer who moves to Los Angeles who begins to question her sanity when she is violently pulled back in time to a 19th-century plantation.

“King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch” (Netflix) – Renewed

The streamer renewed the series following a leading auction house specializing in rare collectibles for a second season in July.

“Krapopolis” (Fox) – Renewed

The upcoming animated comedy was renewed for a third season well before its series premiere, which will make its debut during the 2023-24 Season. Set mythical ancient Greece, “Krapopolis” follows the dysfunctional interactions between humans, gods and monsters as the society makes its mark on the world’s first cities. The Fox Entertainment features an ensemble including Hannah Waddingham, Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry, Pam Murphy and Duncan Trussell.

“Kung Fu” (The CW) – Canceled

After three seasons, the martial arts action-adventure series has come to an end. The drama followed Olivia Liang’s character as she drops out of college and goes on a life-changing journey to an isolated monastery in China that forever changes her life.

 “As we reimagine the new CW, we had to make some tough programming decisions. We thank our partners at Warner Bros. and the casts and creative teams of ‘Kung Fu’ and ‘The Winchesters’ for all their hard work, creativity and dedication,” The CW said about the series’ cancelation in a statement.

“La Brea” (NBC) – Ending

Just after viewers had to wait two and a half months NBC’s sci-fi drama to return after a mid-season hiatus for Season 2, “La Brea” was renewed for third season, according to the network. The network announced the series will return for Season 3 on Jan. 9, 2024, which will serve as its final episodes.

“The Last of Us” (HBO) – Renewed

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Bella Ramsey and Pedro Pascal on “The Last of Us.” (HBO)

After rave reviews from critics and audiences alike and strong viewership numbers for the premiere and beyond, HBO’s adaptation of the Naughty Dog video game “The Last of Us” has earned a swift renewal for Season 2.

The post-apocalyptic drama, which stars Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, holds the record for HBO’s second largest debut — behind only “House of the Dragon” — since “Boardwalk Empire” premiered on the network in 2010.

“Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Organized Crime” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (NBC) – Renewed

The indomitable trio of police procedurals from Dick Wolf were greenlit for an additional season each in April. “Law & Order,” starring Sam Waterston as D.A. Jack McCoy, will return for Season 23; Chris Meloni will return as Elliot Stabler for Season 4 of “Law & Order: Organized Crime;” and “Law & Order: SVU,” starring Mariska Hargitay as Olivia Benson, will return for Season 25.

“Leguizamo Does America” (MSNBC) – Renewed

The docuseries from John Leguizamo, which showcases thriving Latino communities across the country, was renewed for a second season in late June.

“Letterkenny” (Hulu) – Ending

The Canadian comedy will end with its 12th and final season, Variety reported in early November.

“Let the Right One In” (Showtime) – Canceled

After Paramount announced that Showtime will be undergoing a rebrand and merging with Paramount+’s premium service in late January, “Let the Right One In” was one of the titles to be axed after its first season.

The adaptation of the 2008 Swedish movie tells the story of father daughter pair Mark (Demián Bichir) and Eleanor (Madison Taylor Baez), whose lives were transformed 10 years earlier when she was turned into a vampire.

“The Lincoln Lawyer” (Netflix) – Renewed

The legal drama was renewed for a third season by the streamer in late August. Season 3, which will consist of 10 episodes, will be based on the fifth novel in Michael Connelly’s book series of the same name, titled “The Gods of Guilt.”

“Lingo” (CBS) – Renewed

Hosted by RuPaul Charles, “Lingo” is a freshman game show in which contestants compete to decode five-letter words in order for a chance to fill up their Bingo cards. The primetime revival of the series earned solid ratings upon its January premiere and will be back for a Season 2.

“Lopez vs Lopez” (NBC) – Renewed

Get ready for more shenanigans with George and Mayan Lopez on NBC. The freshman sitcom starring the father-daughter duo will be back for Season 2. Fans will have to wait a few months, as the show is not set to return with new episodes until the second half of the 2023-224 broadcast season.

“Love Is Blind” (Netflix) – Renewed

The reality dating show and social experiment was renewed for a sixth and seventh season, with the sixth installment premiering Feb. 14.

“Love Island U.S.A.” (Peacock) – Renewed

After “Love Island U.S.A” Season 5 premiered its fifth season this summer, the dating show was renewed for two additional seasons, bringing it through Season 7, Peacock announced in November.

“Magnum P.I.” (formerly CBS, currently NBC) – Canceled

The reboot, which was picked up by NBC after original network CBS pulled the plug in 2022, will not return for Season 6. The second half of Season 5 is expected to air midseason 2024.

“MasterChef” (Fox) – Renewed

Ahead of the 250th episode of Gordon Ramsay’s cooking competition show, the Fox staple was renewed for Season 14. The series based on the British version of the same name first premiered in 2010 and follows amateur and home chefs as they compete to earn the title of MasterChef.

“MasterChef Junior” (Fox) – Renewed

The “MasterChef” spinoff will be returning for a ninth season with a twist: Tilly Ramsay will join her father as a new judge for the cooking competition show. Chef Aarón Sánchez and author and wellness advocate Daphne Oz are also set to return as judges in this new season. The series follows home cooks between the ages of 8 and 13 as they compete for $100,000 in prize money and the title of MasterChef Junior.

“Match Me Abroad” (TLC) – Renewed

TLC’s international matchmaking reality show has proven to be a big win. During its first season, the series scored 16.4 million viewers across all platforms and emerged as the network’s No. 1 freshman series in 2023. No wonder TLC celebrated with a Season 2 renewal.

“Mayor of Kingstown” (Paramount+) – Renewed

The Taylor Sheridan-created series will return for a third season led by Jeremy Renner.

“The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers” (Disney+) – Canceled

The streamer’s sequel series to Steven Brill’s 1992 hockey movie was canceled after two seasons. The show followed up the action of the movie in the present day, as the Mighty Ducks evolved from underdogs to an elite youth team. After young player Evan (Brady Noon) is cut from the competitive group, he and his mom (Lauren Graham) team up with Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez, reprising his role from the movie) to form a new team to compete against the Mighty Ducks.

“Minx” (formerly HBO Max, currently Starz) – Renewed

This one’s a doozy: After facing abrupt cancellation at HBO Max, the 1970s set dramedy found a new home in Starz. About the rise of an erotic magazine geared toward women, the series was one of the first in an unsettling new TV trend of nearly completed productions to be pulled from release. Season 2 eventually finished filming and Lionsgate successfully sold the show to Starz.

“Miracle Workers” (TBS) – Canceled

The heaven-set anthology comedy starring Steve Buscemi and Daniel Radcliffe was been canceled at TBS after four seasons on the channel. The news came in late November, nearly three months after the sitcom’s Season 4 finale aired on Aug. 28,

“The Mosquito Coast” (Apple TV+) – Canceled

The action series starring Justin Theroux, Melissa George, Logan Polish and Gabriel Bateman was canceled after two seasons on Apple TV+. Based on Paul Theroux’s bestselling 1981 novel, “The Mosquito Coast” centers on an idealist inventor who puts his family in jeopardy in order to escape the U.S. government, cartels and bounty hunters. 

“The Mole” (Netflix) – Renewed

The high-stakes competition series “The Mole” has been renewed by Netflix for a second season.

The series follows twelve players who must work together in challenges to add money to a pot that only one of them will win at the end. Among the players is one person who has secretly been designated “the Mole” and tasked with sabotaging the group’s money-making efforts. In the end, one player must outlast their competition and expose the Mole to win the prize pot.

“The Morning Show” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

“The Morning Show” has received an early renewal for Season 4 at Apple TV+ as the Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Anniston-led newsroom drama is set to debut its third season this fall.

“The Morning Show” is executive produced by Witherspoon and Aniston, as well as Mimi Leder and Michael Ellenberg. It is produced by the studio Media Res, Hello Sunshine and Echo Films. Aniston and Kristin Hahn executive produce through Echo Films; Witherspoon and Lauren Neustadter through Hello Sunshine.

“The Muppets Mayhem” (Disney+) – Canceled

The series fronted by Lily Singh has been axed at the streamer after one season.

“The Mysterious Benedict Society” (Disney+) – Canceled

The YA adaptation starring Tony Hale was canceled after two seasons at Disney+. While announcing the news that the series, which was originally greenlit by Hulu before moving over to Disney+, would end, co-creator Phil Hay included a spoiler alert that “the kids stay friends forever.”

“Nancy Drew” (The CW) – Ending

The CW reboot of the beloved tale will be ending with its fourth season, which will premiere Wednesday, May 31 at 8 p.m. ET and 9 p.m. PT. Starring Kennedy McMann as the storied teen detective, Season 4 will kickstart an investigation to find missing bodies dug up, stolen or risen from Horseshoe Bay’s cemetery.

“National Treasure” (Disney+) – Canceled

After one season, Disney+ has canceled its action series. The show was an extension of the “National Treasure” film franchise and starred Lisette Olivera, Lyndon Smith, Zuri Reed, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jake Austin Walker and more. The story centered on the young dreamer Jess, who is on a mission to learn more about her family’s background. She sets off on an adventure to dig up the truth about her lineage and save a lost Pan-American treasure.

“NCIS” (CBS) – Renewed

Having earned the title of one of the longest running primetime scripted series, “NCIS” will soon enter its 21st season and year later in 2023. Read on below to see the fate for other “NCIS” spinoffs.

“NCIS: Hawai’i” (CBS) – Renewed

Starring Vanessa Lachey, the Hawai’i-set spinoff will embark on a third season beginning in late 2023.

“NCIS: Los Angeles” (CBS) – Ending

The long-running procedural and second spinoff to the flagship “NCIS” is ending with Season 14. One of the rare dramas to have its leads — LL Cool J and Chris O’Donnell — remain throughout the entirety of its run, the series has been a strong performer for the network since its premiere in 2009. The show’s finale is set to air on CBS and stream on Paramount+ May 14.

“The Neighborhood” (CBS) – Renewed

The sitcom, starring Max Greenfield and Cedric the Entertainer, will celebrate its 100th episode this season. A sixth season renewal was announced in late January.

“Next Level Chef” (Fox) – Renewed

Gordon Ramsay is going to continue cooking with Fox. The network renewed the celebrity chef’s latest competition series for Seasons 3 and 4. The renewal was announced May 11 ahead of the Season 2 two-hour finale.

“The Night Agent” (Netflix) – Renewed

The action-thriller series scored an early Season 2 renewal under a week after its March 23 series launch. Based on the novel of the same name by Matthew Quirk, the series debuted at No. 1 in Netflix’s English TV List with 168.71 million hours viewed.

The second season will consist of 10 episodes, though there are no known details about a release date at this time.

“Night Court” (NBC) – Renewed

Several weeks after the sequel series’ Jan. 17 premiere, “Night Court” was renewed for a second season by NBC.

The sequel series followed in the steps of the original series, which first aired in 1984 for nine seasons, as Melissa Rauch (“The Big Bang Theory”) assumes the role of optimistic judge Abby Stone, the daughter of the late Judge Harry Stone (Harry Anderson) who presides over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment court.

“Nine Perfect Strangers” (Hulu) – Renewed

Hulu officially renewed “Nine Perfect Strangers” for a second season in June, with Nicole Kidman attached to return as the star and executive producer of the series.

“Not Dead Yet” (ABC) – Renewed

The Gina Rodriguez-led comedy will return to the network for its second installment, ABC announced in May.

“One Piece” (Netflix) – Renewed

The live action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s manga scored an early season 2 renewal after dominating the streamer’s most-watched TV list.

“One of Us Is Lying” (Peacock) – Canceled

“One of Us is Lying,” the first pilot Peacock ordered to series, was canceled in late January after two seasons.

“Only Murders in the Building” (Hulu) – Renewed

Following a star-studded third season and a killer finale cliffhanger, Hulu announced that its comedy whodunnit — starring Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez — was renewed for Season 4.

“The Other Two” (Max) – Ending

The Hollywood satire series, which stars Heléne Yorke, Drew Tarver and Molly Shannon, will end with its Season 3 finale, in a move headed up by creators Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider.

“It is bittersweet to say goodbye to the Dubek family after three seasons, but we always knew, both creatively and personally, that this was where we wanted to end their stories,” Kelly and Schneider said in a joint statement.  “And because we are quite literally out of ways to humiliate Drew Tarver, so what’s the point?”

“Outer Banks” (Netflix) – Renewed

Welcome to Poguelandia! The soapy YA drama scored an early Season 4 renewal ahead of its Season 3 premiere on Feb. 23. Set in the fictional Kildare County in the very real chain of eponymous North Carolina islands, it follows a group of teens as they set off on a search to uncover buried treasure, all while fighting against the powers that be and the wealthy islanders known as the Kooks.

“Outlander” (Starz) – Ending

“Outlander,” beloved by many for its whirlwind romance and wide spanning time-traveling historical fiction, will be ending with its eighth season on Starz. While Claire and Jamie’s epic love story has run its course, fans will be elated to know that Starz has already greenlight “Outlander’s” prequel series, “Outlander: Blood of My Blood,” which went into development last summer.

“Paris in Love” (Peacock) – Renewed

The Paris Hilton-centered reality series was renewed for a second season by Peacock in February. Season 2, which will launch at an unknown date in 2023, will follow Hilton, her husband, Carter Reum, and their new baby boy as Hilton balances motherhood with her professional responsibilities.

“The Peripheral” (Prime Video) – Canceled

The hard sci-fi series from “Westworld” creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy will not be returning for Season 2, despite its previous renewal. According to an individual with knowledge of the decision, the cancelation stems from delays caused by the ongoing WGA strike. The show starred Chloe Grace Moretz as a young woman who uses a device to transfer her consciousness into a robot body in the far future, and is based on the books by William Gibson.

“Perry Mason” (HBO) – Canceled

The Matthew Rhys-led iteration of the classic series was axed by HBO after two seasons in early June, almost a month and a half after its Season 2 finale aired on the network.

“Phineas and Ferb” (Disney+) – Renewed


“Phineas and Ferb” on a TV list in 2023? You bet all one hundred and four days of summer vacation! At TCAs, co-creator Dan Povenmire announced that a two-season, 20-episode revival would be coming to Disney+. While all 2000s kids are thrilled about this one, a certain older sister is sure to be quaking with anger.

“Physical” (Apple TV+) – Ending

The Rose Byrne-led series will be ending with its 10-episode third and final season, which debuts on the streamer August 2.

“Physical 100” (Netflix) – Renewed

The streamer renewed the Korean competition show for a second installment in June.

“Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin” (Peacock) – Canceled

The “Pitch Perfect” franchise will not be moving forward after all. “Bumper in Berlin,” which followed the music career of Adam Devine’s Bumper Allen after unexpectedly becoming a renowned star in Germany, was canceled in late September after initially being renewed for Season 2 on Peacock. The streamer cited production delays tied to the Hollywood double strikes as the reason for the reversal.

“Platonic” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

The half-hour comedy series starring Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen was renewed in December, months after the series from creators Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco first launched on May 24, 2023.

“Poker Face” (Peacock) – Renewed

Natasha Lyonne stars in Peacock's "Poker Face"
Natasha Lyonne stars in Peacock’s “Poker Face.” (Photo: Phillip Caruso/Peacock)

Rian Johnson’s mystery-of-the-week series was been renewed for a second season at Peacock in February. Starring Natasha Lyonne as Charlie Cale, the episodic series follows Charlie, whose knack for knowing when someone is lying prompts her to unravel mysterious crimes as she travels cross-country in her Plymouth Barracuda.

Season 1, which premiered Jan. 26, featured a wide range of guest stars, including Adrien Brody, Judith Light, Stephanie Hsu, Jameela Jamil and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, to name a few.

“Power Book II: Ghost” (Starz) – Renewed

The action-packed drama was renewed for a fourth season ahead of its March 17 Season 3 premiere. The third season in Starz’s first series in the expanded “Power” Universe franchise follows Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.), who is resolved to get back to his family and get out of the drug business for good before facing some new obstacles.

“Power Book III: Raising Kanan” (Starz) – Renewed

The family crime drama scored an early Season 4 renewal ahead of the premiere of its third installment.

“The Problem with Jon Stewart” (Apple TV+) – Canceled

The streamer abandoned its plans for a third season of the talk show featuring the former host of “The Daily Show” amid creative creatives between Stewart and the streamer.

“The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder” (Disney+) – Renewed

The animated spinoff series was renewed for a third season in June.

“Quarterback” (Netflix) – Renewed

Netflix’s NFL docuseries is reportedly working on its second installment, as executive producer Peyton Manning recently revealed on the “The Pat McAfee Show.” Season 1 was headlined by Patrick Mahomes, Kirk Cousins and Marcus Mariota. In the interview, Manning said he hopes finding quarterbacks who’ll agree to be documented for the show will be easier following the success of the first season.

“Rabbit Hole” (Paramount+) – Canceled

The show, which starred Kiefer Sutherland as corporate espionage master John Weir, was canceled after one season at the streamer.

“Reboot” (Hulu) – Canceled

The Hulu comedy poking fun at Hollywood’s reboot-mania was canceled in late January after one season. While creator Steven Levitan, a multiple Emmy winner for ABC hit “Modern Family,” was trying to find a new home for the comedy, he later confirmed the show is officially dead.

“Reginald the Vampire” (Syfy) – Renewed

“Reginald the Vampire” was renewed for a sophomore installment at Syfy in January.

Based on the book series by Johnny B. Truant, the series is produced by Great Pacific Media Inc., Modern Story Company, December Films and Cineflix Studios. Harley Peyton, Jeremiah Chechik, Todd Berger, Lindsay Macadam, Brett Burlock and Peter Emerson serve as executive producers.

“Reservation Dogs” (FX) – Ending

FX’s cult comedy hit will end with its third season, premieres August 2 on Hulu. Creator Sterlin Harjo teased on Instagram that the Season 3 finale is the “perfect SERIES finale.”

“The Righteous Gemstones” (HBO) – Renewed

“The Righteous Gemstones” was renewed for a fourth season on HBO ahead of its Season 3 finale.

“Riverdale” (The CW) – Ending

Lili Reinhart as Betty Cooper, KJ Apa as Archie Andrews and Camila Mendes as Veronica Lodge (The CW)

The CW will end its run of the drama-filled teen soap with a seventh season premiering Wednesday, March 29 at 9 p.m. ET and 10 p.m. PT.

Starring KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes and Madelaine Petsch, among others, “Riverdale” is based on the characters from Archie Comics. The series is from Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios, with executive producers Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Jon Goldwater.

“The Rookie” (ABC) – Renewed

“The Rookie” will return for a sixth season, ABC announced in April ahead of its Season 5 finale airing May 2. The procedural drama will hit its 100th episode milestone in its sixth season.

“The Rookie: Feds” (ABC) – Canceled

“The Rookie: Feds” has been canceled after one season at ABC.

The drama series, which first premiered in September 2022, stars Niecy Nash-Betts as former guidance counselor Simone, who becomes the oldest rookie in the agency as she joins the FBI as an agent. As Simone hones her skills and trusts her intuition, she proves her skeptics wrong, including Special Agent Matthew Garza, played by Felix Solis.

Created by Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter, who also served as showrunner for the freshman show, “The Rookie: Feds” rounded out its cast with Frankie R. Faison, James Lesure, Britt Robertson and Kevin Zegers

“Run the World” (Starz) – Canceled

“Run the World” has been canceled by Starz after two seasons.

The series, which followed a group of Harlem-based friends who juggled their romantic relationships and professional lives, starred Andrea Bordeax, Amber Stevens West, Bresha Webb, Corbin Reid, Erika Alexander, Tosin Morohunfola, Nick Sagar and more.

“Run the World” is created by Leigh Davenport, with Rachelle Williams-Benary serving as showrunner for the second season and Yvette Lee Bowser as executive producer.

“RuPaul’s Drag Race,” “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” and “Untucked” (MTV and Paramount+) – Renewed

“RuPaul’s Drag Race,” “All Stars” and their respective “Untucked” segments were greenlit for new seasons in August.

“School Spirits” (Paramount+) – Renewed

Paramount+’s latest YA series is safe. From showrunner Oliver Goldstick (“Pretty Little Liars,” “Bridgerton”), the series revolves around Maddie (Peyton List), a teen stuck in the afterlife who is investigating her own disappearance. According to Paramount+, the eight-episode first season ranked as the top YA series on the service during its run.

Season 2 will begin production in 2024 and will eventually premiere on Paramount+ in the U.S., Canada, Australia, the UK, Latin America, Brazil, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and South Korea.

“Selling the OC” (Netflix) – Renewed

The “Selling Sunset” spinoff, which follows the drama-loving realtors at The Oppenheim Group’s second office in Orange County, CA was renewed for two more seasons at the streamer after premiering just one season. Production on Season 2 is slated to begin this winter.

“Sex Education” (Netflix) – Ending

The high school-set dramedy will end with its fourth and final season, the streamer announced in July. Creator, writer and executive producer Laurie Nunn said ending the series was “not an easy decision … but as the themes and stories of the new season crystallized, it became clear that this was the right time to graduate.”

“Sex/Life” (Netflix) – Canceled

The Netflix drama won’t be returning for a third season after being canceled by the streamer after two seasons in early April.

“Shadow and Bone” – Canceled

The live-action sophomore series, which is inspired by the Grishaverse novels by Leigh Bardugo, was canceled by Netflix in November.

“Shining Vale” – Canceled

The Starz horror comedy was canceled on Dec. 20, two weeks after the premiere of its Season 2 finale. An individual close to the decision told TheWrap that the Courteney Cox-led series did not have a big enough audience to continue. The show will be removed from the Starz streaming platform at the end of 2023.

“Shrinking” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

The Jason Segel and Harrison Ford-led dark comedy was renewed for a second season at Apple TV+ in March. The series follows a recently widowed therapist who embraces a bold, somewhat unethical approach by practicing radical honestly with his patients.

“Silo” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

The sci-fi series starring Rebecca Ferguson, Tim Robbins, Common, and Avi Nas will return for a second season at the streamer.

Single Drunk Female (Freeform) – Canceled

The Sofia Black-D’Elia-led comedy series, which comes from 20th Television and has run on Freeform for two seasons, was canceled in June.

“The Simpsons” (Fox) – Renewed

Fox Entertainment renewed “The Simpsons” for Seasons 35 and 36 in late January.

The Emmy-winning adult-animated comedy has now surpassed its own record for the longest-running scripted series in television history and currently ranks among the Top 10 comedies for the 2022-23 season for the fourth consecutive time.

“Snowpiercer” (TNT) – Canceled

The series’ fourth season has been scrapped at TNT, another tax write-off casualty under the new Warner Bros. Discovery regime, but there might still be hope. Tomorrow Studios, along with the network, is currently shopping the new season of the sci-fi series, along with a potential prequel and sequel in the works.

“So Help Me Todd” (CBS) – Renewed

The network is underway to renewing all of its programs for the upcoming TV season. The legal drama starring Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin is Thursday’s No. 1 series and will be back for Season 2.

“Somebody Feed Phil” (Netflix) – Renewed

Phil Rosenthal’s food and travel series was renewed for Season 7 by Netflix in January, according to Variety. After the first season premiered in January 2018, Rosenthal has explored the tempting food scenes across Montreal, Seoul, Marrakesh, Chicago and London, to name a few.

“Somebody Somewhere” (HBO) – Renewed

Bridget Everett’s heartfelt series is safe from the cancellation axe. The comedy-drama follows Sam (Everett) as she deals with a midlife crisis triggered by the death of her sister. Also starring Jeff Hiller and Mary Catherine Garrison, the series has been widely praised by critics. Both seasons currently have 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

“Sort Of” (CBC/Max) – Ending

Co-creators Bilal Baig and Fab Filippo announced the decision to end the Peabody award-winning series with its upcoming third season on Instagram in October. Season 3 is slated to premiere early next year on Max, following an initial run on the Canadian network CBC.

“South Side” (HBO Max) – Canceled

The comedy was canceled by HBO Max after three seasons.

“Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test” (Fox) – Renewed

Fox’s unscripted competition series, which has featured “The Bachelorette” leading lady Hannah Brown, former soccer player Carli Lloyd, Anthony Scarmucci, Jamie Lynn Spears, Mel B and Kate Gosselin, will return for a sophomore season at the network.

“Spidey And His Amazing Friends” (Disney) – Renewed

Marvel’s spinoff series was renewed for a fourth season, Disney announced in June.

“Station 19” (ABC) – Ending

The “Grey’s Anatomy” spin-off will end its run on ABC after Season 7, the network announced on Dec. 8. The firefighter drama will return for its final episodes March 14, shifting to the 10 p.m. timeslot as “9-1-1” takes 8 p.m. at the broadcast network.

“Succession” (HBO) – Ending

The HBO drama ended its fourth and final season in May as the matter of who will succeed Logan Roy (Brian Cox) as head of Waystar comes became the subject of debate amongst siblings Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin).

“Sullivan’s Crossing” (The CW) – Renewed

Starring Chad Michael Murray, Scott Patterson and Morgan Kohan, this drama is based on the book of the same name by Robyn Carr. The series follows a neurosurgeon (Kohan) whose life is thrown into turmoil. With nowhere else to go, she returns to Sullivan’s Crossing and embarks on an unexpected healing journey. The Canadian drama was a breakout hit on CTV, becoming the highest-rated Canadian drama launch in over two years.

“The Summer I Turned Pretty” (Prime Video) – Renewed

The YA drama based on Jenny Han’s trilogy was renewed for a third season on the streamer during its Season 2 rollout.

“Superman & Lois” (The CW) – Ending

The superhero drama was renewed for a 10-episode fourth season on The CW announced in June, but the network later announced in November the fourth installment would be its last.

“Survivor” (CBS) – Renewed

A staple in the unscripted world, it’s no surprise that CBS has opted to renew “Survivor,” which will see Jeff Probst return to his role as host, a post he’s held since the show’s inception in 2000.

“Swagger” (Apple TV+) – Canceled

 The sports drama loosely inspired by NBA star Kevin Durant has been canceled at the streamer after two seasons.

“S.W.A.T.” (CBS) – Renewed

Just days after CBS announced the series would end with its Season 6 finale, the network reversed their decision, instead renewing the series for a seventh and final season. Actor Shemar Moore, who spoke out against the cancellation, was also added as an executive producer for the final season.

“Sweet Magnolias” (Netflix) – Renewed

The drama series starring JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Dana Brooke and Heather Headley was renewed for a fourth season in mid-October.

“That ’90s Show” (Netflix) – Renewed

Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith in “That ’90s Show” / Netflix

It’s time to ready up the Vista Cruiser because “That ’90s Show” is all set to journey through the year 1996. The sequel to Fox’s “That ’70s Show” — following Callie Haverda’s Leia Forman — just received a second season order of an extended 16 episodes. Season 1 premiered on Jan. 19 and immediately reached Netflix’s Top 10 English TV list in 35 countries, with more than 41 million hours viewed.

“That’s My Jam” (NBC) – Renewed

Jimmy Fallon will continue to host two shows at NBC. The musical variety show hosted by “The Tonight Show” star was renewed for a third season in mid-October. The series follows celebrity contestants as they compete in a variety of music-themed challenges inspired by “Tonight Show” segments. To date Ariana Grande, John Legend, Chance the Rapper, Taika Waititi, Taraji P. Henson, John Stamos, Quinta Brunson and Keke Palmer have all appeared on the series during its first two seasons.

“Tehran” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

Apple TV+ has ordered a third season of the drama series “Tehran,” with Hugh Laurie joining the cast for Season 3.

“The Terminal List” (Prime Video) – Renewed

“The Terminal List,” the conspiracy thriller starring Chris Pratt, was confirmed for a Season 2 by Prime Video in early February. The streamer also announced an expansion of the franchise, based on author Jack Carr’s works, which will include an as-yet untitled prequel with Taylor Kitsch, who will star and executive produce. That series, billed as an “elevated espionage” tale co-created by Carr and Season 1 creator-showrunner David DiGilio, will focus on Ben Edwards (Kitsch) and his journey from Navy SEAL to CIA paramilitary operator, exploring the darker side of warfare and the human cost that comes with it.

“Three Women” (Showtime) – Canceled

Following the news that Showtime would be rebranded and merge with Paramount+, the platform quietly scrapped “Three Women,” a series adaptation of Lisa Taddeo’s nonfiction bestseller of the same name. The drama, which completed filming and was set to star Shailene Woodley, Betty Gilpin, DeWanda Wise and Gabrielle Creevy, is actively being shopped elsewhere. Billed as an “intimate, haunting portrayal of American female desire,” the project centered on three women “on a crash course to radically overturn their lives.” However, the series has since been eyed for a pickup at Starz.

“Titans” (HBO Max) – Ending

Along with “Doom Patrol,” “Titans” is coming to a close with Season 4. The decision to end both shows was not related to the change in leadership at DC Studios (co-led by James Gunn and Peter Safran), nor parent company Warner Bros. Discovery’s cost-cutting efforts.

“Tough as Nails” (CBS) – Renewed

Hosted by Phil Keoghan and following contestants who compete in challenges based on physically laborious jobs, this reality show will be back for another installment in late 2023.

“The Traitors” (Peacock) – Renewed

Based on the British reality show that became a sleeper hit (in and of itself inspired by a Dutch format), the Alan Cumming-hosted series was swiftly renewed for a Season 2 following a successful mid-January premiere. A reunion for the murder-mystery game show is set for Feb. 28, with none other than Andy Cohen hosting.

“Transformers: Earthspark” (Parmount+) – Renewed

In February, Paramount+ announced that the animated series “Transformers: Earthspark” would be renewed for a second season. The season will follow the Malto family and Terrans on even higher stakes adventures packed with humor, heart and family.

“True Lies” (CBS) – Canceled

The reboot of James Cameron’s 1994 flick was canceled at CBS after one season.

“Uncoupled” (Netflix) – Canceled

The Neil Patrick Harris-starring rom-com was canceled after one season on Netflix. Created by Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman, the first season premiered its eight episodes on the streamer on July 29.

The series, which featured co-stars including Tisha Campbell, Brooks Ashmanskas, Emerson Brooks and Marcia Gay Harden, follows real estate agent Michael, who, after a devastating breakup with his partner of 17 years (Tuc Watkins) cautiously ventures back into the New York City dating scene.

“UnPrisoned” (Hulu) – Renewed

“UnPrisoned,” an Onyx Collective dramedy executive produced by and starring Kerry Washington, has been renewed for a second season at Hulu.

The series follows a messy but perfectionist relationship therapist and single mom whose life is turned right-side-up when her dad gets out of prison and moves in with her and her teenage son.

“UnPrisoned” is created by Tracy McMillan and inspired by her life. McMillan, Washington, Delroy Lindo, Yvette Lee Bowser, Joy Gorman Wettels and Jen Braeden and Simpson Street’s Pilar Savone executive produce. In addition to Washington and Lindo, the show’s cast includes Marque Richardson, Faly Rakotohavana and Jordyn McIntosh.

“Unstable” (Netflix) – Renewed

The comedy led by father-son duo Rob and John Owen Lowe will return for a second season at the streamer, Netflix announced in November.

“Up Here” (Hulu) – Canceled

The musical rom-com series created by “Dear Evan Hansen” writer Steven Levenson was canceled at Hulu after one season.

“Vampire Academy” (Peacock) – Canceled

The vampire-centric series was canceled in late January at Peacock after one season.

Created by vampire aficionado Julie Plec of “The Vampire Diaries,” “The Originals” and “Legacies,” the series gave new life to the YA Books by author by Richelle Mead, which was previously adapted in a 2014 film starring Zoey Deutch.

“Virgin River” (Netflix) – Renewed

The Alexandra Breckenridge-led drama secured an early Season 6 renewal at the streamer in May ahead of its fifth season launching Fall 2023.

“Walker” (The CW) – Renewed

The reimagining of “Walker, Texas Ranger” will return for a 13-episode fourth season that will premiere during the 2023-2024 broadcast season. The series, whose prequel “Walker: Independence” was canceled after one season, stars “Supernatural’s” Jared Padalecki alongside Keegan Allen, Violet Brinson, Molly Hagan, Kale Culley, Coby Bell, Jeff Pierre, Mitch Pileggi and Odette Annable.

“Walker: Independence” (The CW) – Canceled

The prequel to the Jared Padalecki-led ”Walker,” which starred Katherine McNamara, was axed in May after one season at the network.

“The Watchful Eye” (Freeform) – Canceled

The Mariel Molino-led drama series from Julie Durk, Ryan Seacrest Productions and ABC Signature was canceled in June after one season at Freeform.

“Wednesday” (Netflix) – Renewed

Jenna Ortega as Wednesday in “Wednesday” / Netflix

Snap, snap! The runaway hit will be back and spookier than ever in Season 2. After a chilling text-based cliffhanger, one of the streamer’s most popular series of all time will see Jenna Ortega return as the macabre Addams daughter.

“Welcome to Flatch” (Fox) – Canceled

The mockumentary based on British series “This Country” did not score a Season 3 renewal at the broadcast network.

“We’re Here” (HBO) – Renewed

The GLAAD award-winning unscripted series was renewed for a fourth season in July.

“Willow” (Disney+) – Canceled

Disney+ canceled “Willow,” the sequel series to the fantasy film, after one season.

“The Winchesters” (The CW) – Canceled

It was easy come, easy go for The CW’s “Supernatural” spinoff. Set in the 1970s, the drama documented how Sam and Dean’s parents —  John Winchester and Mary Campbell — met and fell in love.  

“As we reimagine the new CW, we had to make some tough programming decisions. We thank our partners at Warner Bros. and the casts and creative teams of ‘Kung Fu’ and ‘The Winchesters’ for all their hard work, creativity and dedication,” The CW said in a statement.

“Winning Time” (HBO) – Canceled

The series inspired by the Los Angeles Lakers will not return for a third season at HBO. Prior to the cancellation, which meant the Season 2 finale would serve as a series finale, Jeff Pearlman, who wrote “Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley and the Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s,” expressed his concern that a Season 3 would not happen.

“I’m telling you — the future of ‘Winning Time’ hangs in the balance,” he tweeted. “We need viewers. The strikes are crippling. Please help spread the word. Season 2 is amazing. But … HBO is big on #s.”

“With Love” (Prime Video) – Canceled

The multi-generational series created by Gloria Calderón Kellett was scrapped at the streamer after releasing two seasons. The series was canceled alongside “The Horror of Dolores Roach” and “Harlan Coben’s Shelter”

“The Wonder Years” (ABC) – Canceled

The sitcom reimagining the ’80s series of the same name was canceled after two seasons at ABC.

“XO Kitty” (Netflix) – Renewed

The “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” spinoff series was renewed for a second season in June.

“Yellowjackets” (Showtime) – Renewed

The drama, which stars Melanie Lynskey, Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci and Tawny Cypress, scored an early Season 3 renewal at Showtime ahead of the launch of its second installment.

“Yellowstone” (Paramount) – Ending

TV’s most-watched show is coming to a close with “Yellowstone’s” fifth and final season, which begins airing in November. The ending does not mean the “Yellowstone” universe is slowly down, however, as it will be succeeded by a new sequel series, that is in talks to be led by Matthew McConaughey.

“YOLO” (Adult Swim) – Renewed

“Smiling Friends” isn’t the only Michael Cusack show coming back for another season. In October Cartoon Network and Adult Swim announced the renewal of “YOLO” for Season 3, an installment that will be subtitled “Rainbow Trinity.” The animated series follows friends Rachel and Sarah as they travel through Australia.

“You” (Netflix) – Renewed

Joe’s killer journey will continue for a fifth and final season in 2024, Netflix announced in late March. Sera Gamble will step down as showrunner and continue to executive produce while executive producers Michael Foley and Justin W. Lo will step in as co-showrunners.

“Young Rock” (NBC) – Canceled

Dwayne Johnson’s “Young Rock,” which follows the actor’s journey to the top and the colorful characters that keep him grounded, has been canceled after three seasons. In addition to Johnson, the series stars Joseph Lee Anderson, Stacey Leilua, Ana Tuisila, Adrian Groulx, Bradley Constant, Uli Latukefu, Fasitua Amosa, John Tui and Matthew Willig star.

The show is created by Nahnatchka Khan and Jeff Chiang, with the pair serving as executive producers along Johnson, Dany Garcia, Jennifer Carreras, Hiram Garcia and Brian Gewirtz. Universal Television, Seven Bucks Productions and Fierce Baby Productions serve as producers.