TV Series Tracker: Renewed and Canceled

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IMDb is keeping track of which scripted series are renewed and canceled (or just ending on their own terms). Read on to learn the fates of your favorite shows.

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Christine Baranski, Delroy Lindo, Michael Boatman, and Audra McDonald in The Good Fight (2017)

Renewed: "The Good Fight"

Announced: April 23, 2019

CBS All Access has renewed this law drama for a fourth season.

Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J in NCIS: Los Angeles (2009)

Renewed: "NCIS: Los Angeles" and "NCIS: New Orleans"

Announced: April 22, 2019

Following the renewal of "NCIS," CBS re-upped two of its spinoffs: "NCIS: Los Angeles" for an 11th season and "NCIS: New Orleans" for a sixth.

Tim Allen, Nancy Travis, and Molly McCook in Last Man Standing (2011)

Renewed: "Last Man Standing"

Announced: April 18, 2019

A year after Fox reclaimed the canceled "Last Man Standing," it announced the renewal of the Tim Allen comedy for the show's second season on Fox and eighth overall.

Jamie Chung and Blair Redford in The Gifted (2017)

Canceled: "The Gifted" and "Rel"

Announced: April 18, 2019

Fox will say goodbye to the X-Men spinoff "The Gifted" after two seasons. It also dropped the comedy "Rel" after its lone season.

Josh Dallas and Melissa Roxburgh in Manifest (2018)

Renewed: "Manifest"

Announced: April 15, 2019

The supernatural mystery "Manifest" received a second-season order from NBC.

Aidy Bryant and Lolly Adefope in Shrill (2019)

Renewed: "Shrill"

Announced: April 15, 2019

Hulu announced that it has picked up "Shrill," based on the memoir of writer Lindy West, for a second season. The eight episodes, up from six in Season 1, will drop in 2020.

Erin Krakow and Imogen Tear in When Calls the Heart (2014)

Renewed: "When Calls the Heart"

Announced: April 13, 2019

Star Erin Krakow announced that Hallmark Channel's "When Calls the Heart" will back back for Season 7.

Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman in Good Girls (2018)

Renewed: "Good Girls"

Announced: April 12, 2019

Why the long faces? NBC has given the dramatic money-laundering comedy "Good Girls" a third season on the network.

Tom Selleck, Christine Ebersole, Will Estes, and Vanessa Ray in Blue Bloods: Common Enemies (2019)

Renewed: "Blue Bloods"

Announced: April 12, 2019

CBS will make it an even 10 seasons for "Blue Bloods," after announcing that star Tom Selleck and the supporting cast will return for a new season in fall 2019.

Esme Creed-Miles in Hanna (2019)

Renewed: "Hanna"

Announced: April 11, 2019

Not long after debuting its full Season 1 on Prime Video, the action-adventure series "Hanna" — inspired by the 2011 film of the same name — received a second-season order. There was no word at time of the announcement regarding which cast members would be returning.

Mark Harmon, Wilmer Valderrama, Sean Murray, and Emily Wickersham in NCIS (2003)

Renewed: "NCIS"

Announced: April 11, 2019

"NCIS," CBS' longest-running drama, is set to return to the network for a 17th season. Star Mark Harmon also is confirmed to be returning.

Bill Hader in Barry (2018)

Renewed: "Barry"

Announced: April 10, 2019

Shortly into the second season of the Emmy-nominated series "Barry," HBO announced it had picked up a third season of the show.

Ryan Hansen, Alice Hunter, and Samira Wiley in Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television (2017)

Canceled: "Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television," "Champaign ILL," "Do You Want to See a Dead Body?" and "Sideswiped"

Announced: April 10, 2019

As part of a reported change to its original- and scripted-series strategy, YouTube bid adieu to four of its scripted (and semi-scripted) series: "Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television" after two seasons and "Champaign ILL," "Do You Want to See a Dead Body?" and "Sideswiped" after their lone seasons.

Josh Hutcherson and Eliza Coupe in Future Man (2017)

Renewed: "Future Man"

Announced: April 9, 2019

Hulu announced that "Future Man" would return for a third — and final — season of eight episodes.

Dominic Cooper in Preacher (2016)

Canceled: "Preacher"

Announced: Apr. 8, 2019

AMC announced that the cult hit's fourth season would also be its last. Executive producer Seth Rogen made the announcement on his Instagram. He went on to reveal the final season's return date: Aug. 8, 2019.

Jodie Comer in Killing Eve (2018)

Renewed: "Killing Eve"

Announced: April 8, 2019

Hours after the Season 2 premiere of "Killing Eve," BBC America announced that it had renewed the series for a third season. Suzanne Heathcote, who has written for "Fear the Walking Dead, will take over as lead writer for the thriller — the third person in that role, after Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Season 1) and Emerald Fennell (Season 2).

Ricky Gervais and Roisin Conaty in After Life (2019)

Renewed: "After Life"

Announced: April 3, 2019

Netflix has renewed Ricky Gervais comedy "After Life" for a second season of six episodes, which will launch in 2020.

Dayo Abanikanda and Brittany Inge in Boomerang (2019)

Renewed: "Boomerang" and "American Soul"

Announced: April 2, 2019

BET renewed two of its new original series for second seasons ahead of their season finales. "Boomerang," a remake of the 1992 rom-com of the same name, will return, as will the Don Cornelius/"Soul Train" dramatization "American Soul."

Dante Albidone, Aidan Gallagher, Cameron Brodeur, Eden Cupid, Ethan Hwang, and Blake Talabis in The Umbrella Academy (2019)

Renewed: "The Umbrella Academy"

Announced: April 2, 2019

Netflix has renewed "The Umbrella Academy," based on the comic book series of the same name, for a second season. Production on the second season, comprising 10 episodes, will begin in summer 2019.

Richard Armitage in Berlin Station (2016)

Canceled: "Berlin Station"

Announced: March 29, 2019

The Season 3 finale of "Berlin Station" will act as the series finale for spy drama, after Epix announced its cancellation.

Peter Gallagher and Mariska Hargitay in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999)

Renewed: "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"

Announced: March 29, 2019

The title of "longest-running primetime live-action series" now goes to "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," with NBC renewing it for a 21st season. The move also makes Mariska Hargitay's Lt. Olivia Benson the longest-running character on a primetime live-action (i.e., not animated) series on television.

Max Martini and Jake Manley in The Order (2019)

Renewed: "The Order"

Announced: March 28, 2019

Shortly after dropping Season 1 of "The Order," Netflix ordered a second helping of the supernatural drama. It reportedly will air in 2020.

Siobhán Cullen and Tom Felton in Origin (2018)

Canceled: "Origin" and "Overthinking with Kat & June"

Announced: March 27, 2019

YouTube will say goodbye to two of its original series: the space-travel drama "Origin" and the comedy "Overthinking with Kat & June." The site reportedly was considering moving away from expensive scripted dramas at the time of the announcement.

Pamela Adlon in Better Things (2016)

Renewed: "Better Things"

Announced: March 26, 2019

A mere month into its third season, Pamela Adlon's critically beloved comedy earned a fourth-season renewal from FX. Season 4 comes your way in 2020.

Kenneth Choi, Peter Krause, Aisha Hinds, and Oliver Stark in 9-1-1 (2018)

Renewed: "9-1-1"

Announced: March 25, 2019

No surprise to learn that Fox’s No. 1 drama series will be back for a third season.

Matt Czuchry and Manish Dayal in The Resident (2018)

Renewed: "The Resident"

Announced: March 25, 2019

Fox confirmed a third season centered on Chastain Park Memorial Hospital and focused on Dr. Conrad Hawkins (Matt Czuchry) shortly before Season 2 wrapped on the network.

Gregg Sulkin, Ariela Barer, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Allegra Acosta, and Rhenzy Feliz in Runaways (2017)

Renewed: "Runaways"

Announced: March 24, 2019

Hulu has renewed this teen superhero drama, set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, for a third season of 10 episodes.

Jensen Ackles, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Jared Padalecki in Supernatural (2005)

Canceled: "Supernatural"

Announced: March 22, 2019

Per tweets from stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, "Supernatural" will end on the CW after its upcoming 15th season.

John Goodman and Alicia Goranson in The Conners (2018)

Renewed: "The Conners"

Announced: March 22, 2019

ABC announced that the "Roseanne" spinoff "The Conners" will come back for second season. Most, if not all, primary cast members are expected to return.

Catherine O'Hara and Eugene Levy in Schitt's Creek (2015)

Renewed: "Schitt's Creek"

Announced: March 21, 2019

Although the comedy "Schitt's Creek" will return for a 14-episode sixth season on CBC and the CBS-owned Pop network, it will mark the final season for the series, creators Dan and Eugene Levy say.

Tim Roth in Tin Star (2017)

Renewed: "Tin Star"

Announced: March 20, 2019

Sky Atlantic announced that "Tin Star" will return for a third — and final — season. The six-episode arc will air in Sky in the U.K. and on Prime Video in the U.S. and elsewhere.

Ben Sinclair in High Maintenance (2016)

Renewed: "High Maintenance"

Announced: March 19, 2019

HBO has renewed "High Maintenance," chronicling a weed dealer's journeys and conversations across New York City, for a fourth season.

Ian McShane in American Gods (2017)

Renewed: "American Gods"

Announced: March 15, 2019

"American Gods" will return to Starz for a third season, the network announced shortly after Season 2 premiered. Charles H. Eglee will take over as show-runner. The series airs on Prime Video outside of the U.S.

Justina Machado and Joe Manganiello in One Day at a Time (2017)

Canceled: "One Day at a Time"

Announced: March 14, 2019

Despite critical acclaim, Netflix canceled the reimagined Norman Lear sitcom "One Day at a Time" after three seasons. Sony reportedly was shopping the series to other networks at the time of the announcement.

James Spader in The Blacklist (2013)

Renewed: "The Blacklist"

Announced: March 11, 2019

With Season 6 still underway, NBC has renewed "The Blacklist" for a seventh season.

Frankie Shaw and Miguel Gomez in SMILF (2017)

Canceled: "SMILF"

Announced: March 8, 2019

Showtime announced that the final episode of "SMILF" Season 2 will serve as the series finale, as the network will not pick it up for a third season. Variety also reported that ABC Studios would be suspending the show's creator, Frankie Shaw, without pay with regard to her overall deal. In late 2018, allegations surfaced regarding Shaw's behavior with another actress on the show.

Pete Holmes in Crashing (2017)

Canceled: "Crashing"

Announced: March 8, 2019

Prior to the Season 3 finale of "Crashing," HBO announced that the Pete Holmes comedy series will end with that episode.

Stephen Amell in Arrow (2012)

Canceled: "Arrow"

Announced: March 6, 2019

"Arrow" will end with a 10-episode Season 8 on The CW. The network said it was looking into new ways to tap into the DC Universe.

Bill Pullman in The Sinner (2017)

Renewed: "The Sinner"

Announced: March 6, 2019

"The Sinner" will return to USA for a third season. The setting moves to Dorchester, N.Y., where Det. Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) investigates a car crash and crosses paths with a local, played by Matt Bomer.

America Ferrera, Ben Feldman, and Colton Dunn in Superstore (2015)

Renewed: "Superstore"

Announced: March 4, 2019

Attention Cloud 9 shoppers: NBC has announced it is renewing "Superstore" for a fifth season!

Tim Meadows, Patrick Brammall, Nasim Pedrad, and Allison Bell in No Activity (2017)

Renewed: "No Activity"

Announced: March 4, 2019

"No Activity," the first new series on CBS All Access' roster of streaming shows, has been renewed for a third season on the network.

Daniel MacPherson, Sullivan Stapleton, Philip Winchester, Warren Brown, Roxanne McKee, and Alin Sumarwata in Strike Back (2010)

Canceled: "Strike Back"

Announced: Feb. 27, 2019

"Strike Back," the first scripted original series on Cinemax, will end after its seventh season. This technically is the second cancellation for the action procedural, as it its fourth season was designated as its last back in 2013.

Andy Samberg and Stephanie Beatriz in Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013)

Renewed: "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"

Announced: Feb. 27, 2019

NBC picked up another season of the police comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." This will be the seventh season for the show and second on NBC, after its stint on Fox.

Sonequa Martin-Green in Star Trek: Discovery (2017)

Renewed: "Star Trek: Discovery"

Announced: Feb. 27, 2019

In the middle of Season 2, CBS All Access announced a Season 3 renewal of "Star Trek: Discovery." Michelle Paradise will assume showrunner duties alongside Alex Kurtzman.

Jason Beghe and Markie Post in Chicago P.D. (2014)

Renewed: "Chicago Fire," "Chicago Med," and "Chicago P.D.,"

Announced: Feb. 26, 2019

Chicago — or at least Dick Wolf's version of it — is NBC's kind of town. The network renewed "Chicago Fire" for an eighth season, "Chicago Med" for a fifth, and "Chicago P.D." for a seventh.

Iain Armitage in Young Sheldon (2017)

Renewed: "Young Sheldon"

Announced: Feb. 22, 2019

CBS has renewed "Young Sheldon" for a third — and fourth — season, meaning when the show ends, they'll probably be calling it "Old Sheldon."

Carla Gugino, Henry Thomas, Mckenna Grace, Lulu Wilson, Julian Hilliard, Paxton Singleton, and Violet McGraw in The Haunting of Hill House (2018)

Renewed: "The Haunting of Hill House"

Announced: Feb. 21, 2019

Netflix has ordered a second season of "The Haunting of Hill House" — only without the "hill house" and potentially, without the Season 1 cast. The series is being reimagined as an anthology with a new setting and new characters for the new batch of episodes.

Maya Eshet in Nightflyers (2018)

Canceled: "Nightflyers"

Announced: Feb. 19, 2019

Syfy has canceled "Nightflyers," which was based on a novella by George R.R. Martin, after its lone season on the network.

Fred Savage, Nat Faxon, Annie Parisse, Jae Suh Park, Cobie Smulders, Keegan-Michael Key, and Billy Eichner in Friends from College (2017)

Canceled: "Friends From College"

Announced: Feb. 19, 2019

Netflix has canceled this ensemble comedy after two seasons. The show, which debuted its second season in January, had a cast that included Keegan-Michael Key, Fred Savage, Cobie Smulders, Nat Faxon, Annie Parisse, Jae Suh Park, and Billy Eichner.

Jon Bernthal in The Punisher (2017)

Canceled: "The Punisher" and "Jessica Jones"

Announced: Feb. 18, 2019

Netflix has completed its cancelation of Marvel superhero series by axing "The Punisher" and "Jessica Jones." It follows the cancelation of "Daredevil," "Luke Cage," "Iron Fist," and team-up miniseries "The Defenders." The third season of "Jessica Jones" will air on Netflix but will mark the end of Marvel shows on the streaming platform.

Gina Rodriguez in Carmen Sandiego (2019)

Renewed: "Carmen Sandiego"

Announced: Feb. 15, 2019

Netflix announced via Twitter that this animated series, which debuted with nine episodes in January 2019, would return for a second season. It was not clear at the time of the announcement whether that second season would be an extension of Netflix's reported initial order of 20 episodes or a separate order.

John Krasinski in Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan (2018)

Renewed: "Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan"

Announced: Feb. 13, 2019

Following in its new tradition of ordering new seasons of "Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan" well in advance, Amazon re-upped the series for a third season before Season 2 hit the air.

Seth Green, Alex Borstein, and Seth MacFarlane in Family Guy (1999)

Renewed: "Family Guy" and "Bob's Burgers"

Announced: Feb. 12, 2019

Fox has re-upped two more of its long-running animated series, renewing "Family Guy" for an 18th season and "Bob's Burgers" for a tenth.

Drew Tarver and Heléne Yorke in The Other Two (2019)

Renewed: "The Other Two"

Announced: Feb. 11, 2019

After airing only a handful of episodes, Comedy Central picked up "The Other Two" for Season 2. The comedy details the exploits of two siblings following in their younger brother's footsteps after his sudden brush with viral fame.

J.K. Simmons and Olivia Williams in Counterpart (2017)

Canceled: "Counterpart"

Announced: Feb. 11, 2019

Starz announced that alternate-universe spy drama "Counterpart" will not return for a third season on the network. The show reportedly is being shopped elsewhere.

Aidan Gillen in Project Blue Book (2019)

Renewed: "Project Blue Book"

Announced: Feb. 10, 2019

History announced it has picked up the Robert Zemeckis-produced UFO drama “Project Blue Book” for a 10-episode second season.

Pierce Brosnan and Sydney Lucas in The Son (2017)

Canceled: "The Son"

Announced: Feb. 9, 2019

AMC announced at the Television Critics Association winter press tour that “The Son” will end after Season 2.

Babou Ceesay, Dean-Charles Chapman, and Ella-Rae Smith in Into the Badlands (2015)

Canceled: "Into the Badlands"

Announced: Feb. 9, 2019

AMC announced at the Television Critics Association winter press tour that martial arts drama “Into the Badlands” will end after the final eight episodes of Season 3.

Hank Azaria, Julie Kavner, Dan Castellaneta, and Yeardley Smith in The Simpsons (1989)

Renewed: "The Simpsons"

Announced: Feb. 6, 2019

We were surprised to learn that "The Simpsons" is not older than television itself. It is, however, the longest-running scripted series of all time — and Fox will add to that record after renewing it for Seasons 31 and 32.

Allison Janney and Anna Faris in Mom (2013)

Renewed: "Mom"

Announced: Feb. 5, 2019

"Mom" will be sticking around for a while, as CBS has picked up another two seasons of the sitcom — its seventh and eighth.

Sofía Vergara, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Rico Rodriguez in Modern Family (2009)

Renewed: "Modern Family"

Announced: Feb. 5, 2019

ABC announced an 11th-season renewal for the comedy series "Modern Family" but with a major caveat: It will be the last hurrah for the Dunphys, Pritchetts, and Tuckers, with the show ending after Season 11 concludes.

Ron Livingston, Romany Malco, James Roday, and David Giuntoli in A Million Little Things (2018)

Renewed: "A Million Little Things" and "The Good Doctor"

Announced: Feb. 5, 2019

ABC has renewed a pair of dramas, "A Million Little Things" and "The Good Doctor," for second and third seasons, respectively. Celebrate by playing an impromptu pick-up game with your bros!

Yara Shahidi in Grown-ish (2018)

Renewed: "Good Trouble" and "Grown-ish"

Announced: Feb. 5, 2019

Freeform ordered new seasons of two spinoffs. "Good Trouble," picking up the story of "The Fosters," will get a second season. "Grown-ish," the college-set spinoff of ABC's "Black-ish," will return for Season 3.

Liana Liberato and Brianne Tju in Light as a Feather (2018)

Renewed: "Light as a Feather"

Announced: Feb. 5, 2019

Hulu re-upped the teen thriller series "Light as a Feather" for a 16-episode Season 2.

Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, and Matt Lintz in The Walking Dead (2010)

Renewed: "The Walking Dead"

Announced: Feb. 4, 2019

In the days leading up to its Season 9 midseason premiere, AMC announced it was renewing "The Walking Dead" for a tenth season.

Ryan Eggold and Anna Suzuki in New Amsterdam (2018)

Renewed: "New Amsterdam"

Announced: Feb. 4, 2019

NBC announced that it has renewed medical drama "New Amsterdam" for a second season.

Jean Smart in Legion (2017)

Canceled: "Legion"

Announced: Feb. 4, 2019

We feel you, Jean. FX has announced that the manic Marvel series "Legion" will end after Season 3, which is set to premiere in 2019.

Eric McCormack, MacKenzie Porter, Reilly Dolman, Jared Abrahamson, and Nesta Cooper in Travelers (2016)

Canceled: "Travelers"

Announced: Feb. 1, 2019

Eric McCormack revealed on Twitter that Netflix has canceled "Travelers" after three seasons. The show's first two seasons aired on Showcase in Canada before landing exclusively on Netflix for its third season.

Gillian Anderson and Asa Butterfield in Sex Education (2019)

Renewed: "Sex Education"

Announced: Feb. 1, 2019

Netflix has ordered a second season of this comedy drama about a teenage boy (Asa Butterfield) with a sex therapist mother (Gillian Anderson), who teams up with a high school classmate to set up an underground sex therapy clinic at school.

William H. Macy in Shameless (2011)

Renewed: "Shameless"

Announced: Jan. 31, 2019

The Gallaghers just keep going: Showtime has announced it is renewing "Shameless" for a tenth season, making it the longest-running original series in the cable network's history.

John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure, Dave Coulier, Lori Loughlin, and Bob Saget in Fuller House (2016)

Renewed: "Fuller House"

Announced: Jan. 31, 2019

Netflix has renewed "Fuller House" for a fifth and final season, set to premiere in fall 2019.

Brandon Micheal Hall in God Friended Me (2018)

Renewed: "God Friended Me"

Announced: Jan. 29, 2019

The spirituality-meets-social-media series "God Friended Me" has received a second-season order from CBS.

Jay Hernandez in Magnum P.I. (2018)

Renewed: "Magnum P.I.," "FBI," and "The Neighborhood"

Announced: Jan. 25, 2019

Just one wasn't enough: CBS ordered second seasons of the reboot of "Magnum P.I.," the procedural "FBI," and the comedy series "The Neighborhood."

Laura Dern and Bill Burr in F Is for Family (2015)

Renewed: "F Is for Family"

Announced: Jan. 24, 2019

Netflix announced that it has ordered a fourth season of the animated comedy "F Is for Family."

Katherine Heigl and Gabriel Macht in Suits (2011)

Renewed: "Suits"

Announced: Jan. 23, 2019

USA Network has announced it's renewing "Suits" for a ninth — and final — season, which will consist of 10 episodes.

Olivia Taylor Dudley in The Magicians (2015)

Renewed: "The Magicians"

Announced: Jan. 22, 2019

On the eve of this series' Season 4 premiere, Syfy announced that it had ordered a fifth season of the magic-oriented show.

Jeff Bergman in Our Cartoon President (2018)

Renewed: "Our Cartoon President"

Announced: Jan. 22, 2019

"Our Cartoon President," Showtime's animated parody of the Trump administration, has received a 10-episode Season 2 order from the network. The new season will air later in 2019.

Sean Penn and James Ransone in The First (2018)

Canceled: "The First"

Announced: Jan. 18, 2019

"The First" has seen its last days, as Hulu announced it would not order more episodes of the space-tragedy drama after its lone season.

Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin in The Kominsky Method (2018)

Renewed: "The Kominsky Method"

Announced: Jan. 17, 2019

With Season 1 of "The Kominsky Method" picking up two Golden Globes, including best comedy series, Netflix ordered a second season of the show.

Maria Sten in Channel Zero (2016)

Canceled: "Channel Zero"

Announced: Jan. 16, 2019

SYFY canceled this horror anthology after four seasons.

Kristin Chenoweth in Trial & Error (2017)

Canceled: "Trial & Error"

Announced: Jan. 16, 2019

Five months after neglecting to pick up its option on "Trial & Error," NBC announced the true-crime parody would not return for a third season.

Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in Grace and Frankie (2015)

Renewed: "Grace and Frankie"

Announced: Jan. 15, 2019

Ahead of the Season 5 premiere, Netflix announced it has renewed Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin's comedy for a sixth season, expected to premiere in 2020.

Joe Mantegna, Adam Rodriguez, Aisha Tyler, Matthew Gray Gubler, and Daniel Henney in Criminal Minds (2005)

Renewed and Canceled: "Criminal Minds"

Announced: Jan. 10, 2019

There's bittersweet news for fans of this long-running procedural. CBS has ordered a 10-episode Season 15 of "Criminal Minds," but the network also announced that it will be the final season of the show.

Katheryn Winnick in Vikings (2013)

Canceled: "Vikings"

Announced: Jan. 4, 2019

History Channel announced that "Vikings" will end after its 20-episode sixth season.

Kellita Smith and Katy M. O'Brian in Z Nation (2014)

Canceled: "Z Nation"

Announced: Dec. 22, 2018

Syfy announced that after five seasons, "Z Nation" has been canceled. The Dec. 28 season finale will be its final episode.

François Arnaud in Midnight, Texas (2017)

Canceled: "Midnight, Texas"

Announced: Dec. 21, 2018

NBC announced it was canceling the series as it wraps its second season. The supernatural drama is based on books by "True Blood" author Charlaine Harris.

Marlon Wayans, Essence Atkins, Notlim Taylor, and Amir O'Neil in Marlon (2017)

Canceled: "Marlon"

Announced: Dec. 21, 2018

According to NBC, Marlon Wayans' sitcom will not return for a third season.

Liev Schreiber in Ray Donovan (2013)

Renewed: "Ray Donovan"

Announced: Dec. 20, 2018

"Ray Donovan" will return for a seventh season on Showtime, with the show remaining set in New York City for the near term.

William Catlett and Michele Weaver in Love Is_ (2018)

Canceled: "Love Is_"

Announced: Dec. 19, 2018

OWN has canceled this series, based on the life of writer-director couple Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil, after announcing in July 2018 that it had been renewed. The move comes after allegations of assault against Salim Akil and an ensuing lawsuit.

Jesse Stanley in Van Helsing (2016)

Renewed: "Van Helsing"

Announced: Dec. 18, 2018

SYFY has ordered a fourth season of this vampire-hunter series, with Jonathan Walker ("Wu Assassins") replacing Neil LaBute as showrunner. No word yet on if Season 4 will continue Season 3's trend of naming episodes after Soundgarden songs. (If we're sticking with the grunge canon, might we suggest Tad?)

Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu in Elementary (2012)

Canceled: "Elementary"

Announced: Dec. 17, 2018

The case is nearly closed for CBS' version of Holmes and Watson, as the network announced that the seventh season of "Elementary" will be its last. It is set to run in 2019.

K. Trevor Wilson and Nathan Dales in Letterkenny (2016)

Renewed: "Letterkenny"

Announced: Dec. 17, 2018

Hulu has picked up another four seasons of "Letterkenny" after running the first two seasons of the series from Canadian network CraveTV earlier in 2018.

Danielle Campbell in Tell Me a Story (2018)

Renewed: "Tell Me a Story"

Announced: Dec. 17, 2018

CBS All Access announced it had ordered a second season of this fairy-tale-with-a-twist series shortly before its Season 1 finale.

Elizabeth Olsen and Kelly Marie Tran in Sorry for Your Loss (2018)

Renewed: "Sacred Lies" and "Sorry for Your Loss"

Announced: Dec. 13, 2018

As Facebook Watch enters its second year globally, Facebook announced the second-season renewal for two original series: the teen drama "Sacred Lies" and the Elizabeth Olsen-led "Sorry for Your Loss."

Christopher Denham and Nathaniel Martello-White in One Dollar (2018)

Canceled: "One Dollar"

Announced: Dec. 12, 2018

This murder mystery received the distinction of being the first original series canceled on the CBS All Access streaming service. "One Dollar" lasted one season.

Billy Bob Thornton and Nina Arianda in Goliath (2016)

Renewed: "Goliath"

Announced: Dec. 11, 2018

Prime Video has ordered a third helping of this Billy Bob Thornton-led series. Joining him as new faces in Season 3 are Amy Brenneman, Dennis Quaid, and Beau Bridges.

Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson in Detroiters (2017)

Canceled: "Detroiters"

Announced: Dec. 11, 2018

Comedy Central has canceled the aptly named Detroit-based buddy comedy "Detroiters" after two seasons on the network, according to star Sam Richardson.

Ray Romano, Sean Bridgers, and Chris O'Dowd in Get Shorty (2017)

Renewed: "Get Shorty"

Announced: Dec. 11, 2018

The Epix network will pick up a third season of the hitman-goes-Hollywood series "Get Shorty," loosely based on the 1995 film and 1990 novel of the same name.

Hit the Floor (2013)

Canceled: "Hit the Floor"

Announced: Dec. 7, 2018

"Hit the Floor" will hit the proverbial showers, as BET says the drama about a fictional, L.A.-based sports dance team will not return for a fifth season on the network.

Will Sasso, Ron Livingston, Laura Mennell and Anja Savcic in Loudermilk.

Renewed: "Loudermilk"

Announced: Dec. 5, 2018

AT&T's Audience Network announced it had renewed "Loudermilk" for a third season just before its second-season finale.

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Renewed: "Narcos: Mexico"

Announced: Dec. 5, 2018

Shortly after Netflix released this spinoff of its "Narcos" series, it announced that the cartel origin story would return for a second season.

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Renewed: "The Good Place"

Announced: Dec. 4, 2018

Rejoice! NBC has renewed Kristen Bell's otherworldly comedy for a fourth season.

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