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With each passing week our favorite shows are wrapping up, but we're also getting news about renewals and cancellations for next season. While shows like FX's Mayans M.C. will be back for another round, others like Cloak and Dagger, Lucifer, and Whiskey Cavalier have gotten the ax. Luckily, The CW announced a TON of renewals for their hit series, including Riverdale and The Flash, and Hulu has also renewed a bunch of their freshman comedies. See what else has been renewed or canceled so far in 2019, ahead!
What's Been Renewed?
- Younger: The series, which was created by Darren Star, has been renewed for a seventh season.
- Into the Dark: The holiday and tradition-centered Blumhouse horror series will return for a second season of thrills and chills.
- The Handmaid's Tale: The fight against oppression will continue in the drama's fourth season.
- Light as a Feather: Unlike many of the characters in this AwesomenessTV thriller starring Liana Liberato, the show will live to see a second season.
- PEN15: Ready to go back to seventh grade? The freshman comedy has been renewed for season two.
- Ramy: Actor and comedian Ramy Youssef's hilarious series about a Muslim-American family navigating life in their politically divided New Jersey neighborhood is coming back for season two.
- Shrill: Aidy Bryant's brilliant comedy will see a second season of awkward run-ins, body acceptance, and hopefully a better romance for Annie Easton.
- High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season two of this spinoff was confirmed before season one even premiered.
- Suits: The series has been renewed for a ninth and final season, which will air sometime in 2019.
- The Magicians: The series, which is based on Lev Grossman's book of the same name, has been renewed for a fifth season.
- So You Think You Can Dance: The dancing competition has been renewed for season 16.
- The Masked Singer: The hit new show has been granted a second season.
- Big Mouth: The cartoon sitcom has been renewed for seasons four, five, and six as part of a new multiyear deal.
- The Society: Netflix's dystopian teen drama will indeed return for season two.
- Queer Eye: Don't worry — the Fab Five are coming back for a fifth season in a brand-new town!
- Dead to Me: You haven't seen the last of Jen and Judy, because the dark comedy has been renewed for a second season.
- Russian Doll: The freshman series starring Natasha Lyonne will be returning with eight new episodes in season two.
- After Life: The Ricky Gervais dramedy will be back for a second season in 2020.
- I Think You Should Leave: Tim Robinson and Zach Kani's Lonely Island-produced sketch-comedy show will return for a second season, set to premiere in 2020.
- Dogs: The puppy-loving docuseries will return for a second season.
- Grace and Frankie: The show starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin has been renewed for season six.
- The Kominsky Method: The comedy, which stars Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin, will return for season two.
- Fuller House: The Full House spinoff will return for its fifth and final season this Fall.
- Sex Education: After a successful first season, the series will return for season two.
- Umbrella Academy: After leaving fans with a dazzling cliffhanger in season one, the freshman Netflix series has been renewed for season two.
- Dear White People: The series has been renewed for a fourth and final season.
- Another Life: The Katee Sackhoff-led series was renewed for a second season in October.
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine: That's right, Brooklyn's 99th precinct squad is returning for an eight season.
- Superstore: Yes, the big-box sitcom will come back for a fifth installment!
- Ellen's Game of Games: The game show will return for a third season.
- New Amsterdam: The medical drama will return for season two.
- Chicago Fire: The squad of Chicago Firehouse 51 will return for season eight.
- Chicago Med: The medical drama has officially been renewed for season five.
- Chicago P.D.: The series will be back for its seventh season.
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine: After making the move from Fox to NBC late last year, the series has been picked up for season seven.
- Good Girls: Beth, Annie, and Ruby aren't done digging themselves out of trouble quite yet.
- Law & Order: SVU: The NBC series has been renewed for season 21, which will make it the longest-running live-action primetime series in American TV history!
- Manifest: The drama about a group of passengers who go missing for five years will return for a second season.
- Our Cartoon President: The animated series will return for season two.
- Shameless: Following Emmy Rossum's announcement that she is leaving the show after the current ninth season, the show has been renewed for season 10.
- On Becoming a God in Central Florida: The Kirsten Dunst-led comedy, which was originally developed at YouTube, will be back for its sophomore season.
- Why Women Kill: The CBS All-Access series is coming back for season two!
- God Friended Me: The series has been renewed for a second season.
- Bull: Despite controversy surrounding lead Michael Weatherly after he was accused of sexual harassment by former co-star Eliza Dushku, the network has decided to renew the procedural for a fourth season.
- Love Island: The reality series will return for another Summer of love with season 2!
- Riverdale: The series, which is based on the Archie Comics, will return for a fourth season.
- Arrow: Oliver Queen will be back for the show's eighth season.
- The Flash: You'll be seeing more of Team Flash when the show returns for season six.
- Supergirl: The series has been renewed for season five.
- Black Lightning: The show will return for season three.
- Charmed: The reboot of the popular '90s show will return for season two.
- Legends of Tomorrow: The show has been renewed for season five.
- Dynasty: The modern remake of the '80s show will return for season three.
- Legacies: The Originals spinoff has been renewed for season two.
- Supernatural: The series has been renewed for season 15.
- Roswell, New Mexico: The Roswell reboot will be back for season two.
- All American: The drama, which is inspired by the life of former football player Spencer Paysinger, will be back for another season.
- The 100: The postapocalyptic drama will be back for season seven.
- In the Dark: The series will be back for season two.
- Carnival Row: The fantasy show — starring Cara Delevingne and Orlando Bloom — will return for a second season.
- The Boys: The show has already been renewed for a second season ahead of its series premiere.
- The Expanse: The sci-fi program will come back for a fifth installment.
- Modern Love: The half-hour romantic-comedy anthology series will return for a second season.
- The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: The series has been renewed for a fourth season.
- The Walking Dead: The series has been renewed for season 11.
- Fear the Walking Dead: The prequel to The Walking Dead will come back for a sixth season.
- The Good Doctor: The medical drama has been renewed for season three.
- Modern Family: The hit show will return for its 11th and final season.
- A Million Little Things: The series has been renewed for a second season.
- Bachelor in Paradise: The Bachelor spinoff has been renewed for season six.
- Shark Tank: The show will return for season 11.
- The Conners: The Roseanne reboot will be back for a second season.
- Grey's Anatomy: So nice, they renewed it twice! The hospital drama got a two-season pickup for seasons 16 and 17.
- How to Get Away With Murder: The crime drama will return for season six!
- Station 19: The Grey's spinoff will return for a third season.
- A Black Lady Sketch Show: Robin Thede's hilarious sketch comedy series will return for a second season.
- Succession: The feuding-family drama, starring Brian Cox, Alan Ruck, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, and Kieran Culkin, will return for a third season.
- Grown-ish: The Black-ish spinoff will be back for season three.
- Good Trouble: The Fosters spinoff will return for season two.
- The Bold Type: Our favorite trio of women will be back for season four!
- Mayans M.C.: The Sons of Anarchy spinoff will ride again in a third season on FX.
- Archer: The show is returning for an 11th season.
- Atlanta: Although season three hasn't even begun filming yet, the dramedy has already been picked up for season four.
- Schitt's Creek: The series has been renewed for a sixth and final season.
- One Day at a Time: After getting canceled by Netflix, the series will have a fourth season on POP TV.
- When Calls the Heart: The series has been renewed for a seventh season, which is set to air sometime in 2020. The show will continue without Lori Loughlin after the network cut ties with the actress following her involvement in a college admissions cheating scam.
- LA's Finest: Despite some lackluster reviews, the Bad Boys spinoff starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba has been renewed for a sophomore season.
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What's Been Canceled?
- Ballers: The comedy series starring Dwayne Johnson will end with its forthcoming fifth season, airing Aug. 25.
- The First: The series starring Sean Penn will not return for a second season.
- Runaways: The show's upcoming third season will be its last.
- Channel Zero: After four seasons, the anthology series has been canceled.
- A.P. Bio: Creator Mike O'Brien revealed the comedy series has been scrapped after two seasons.
- Trial & Error: The series has been canceled after two seasons.
- I Feel Bad: The book-based comedy series will not return for a sophomore season.
- The Good Place: Michael Schur, the show's creator and executive producer, confirmed that the comedy will end with its fourth season.
- Friends From College: The dark comedy has two seasons under its belt but won't get a third.
- Jessica Jones: Despite a strong fanbase and positive critical reception, the Marvel series has been canceled (the upcoming third season will be its last).
- Lucifer: Despite being saved from cancellation by Netflix once before, the devilish series is ending for good.
- No Good Nick: The comedy-drama has been canceled after one season.
- The Punisher: Not long after its second season premiered, it was announced that Netflix has pulled the plug on the show, which was Marvel's last TV series on the streaming giant.
- Santa Clarita Diet: The zombie comedy starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant was laid to rest shortly after the release of its third season.
- She's Gotta Have It: After two seasons of Nola Darling's adventures, the series was canceled shortly after the release of season two.
- Travelers: The series starring Eric McCormack has been canceled after three seasons.
- Tuca & Bertie: The animated series starring Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong was canceled after one season.
- Daybreak: After one season, the series has been canceled.
- Speechless: The sitcom will not return for a fourth season.
- Splitting Up Together: The Jenna Fischer-led series has been canceled after its sophomore season.
- For the People: The law drama will come to an end after it's second season.
- The Kids Are Alright: The freshman comedy series starring The Walking Dead's Michael Cudlitz has been canceled.
- The Fix: The legal drama has been canceled in the middle of its first season.
- Whiskey Cavalier: There won't be a season two of this spy dramedy.
- Too Old to Die Young: The drama will not return for a second season.
- Patriot: The adventures of intelligence officer John Tavner (Michael Dorman) have ended after season one.
- The Romanoffs: This anthology series has concluded for good following its first season.
- The Tick: Despite being well-received, the superhero comedy will not return for a third season.
- Fleabag: Phoebe Waller-Bridge has confirmed that there will be no third season of the series.
- Instinct: The detective drama has been nixed and will not come back for a third season.
- Life in Pieces: The family comedy has four seasons under its belt, but will not get a fifth.
- Murphy Brown: Despite the revival of the classic series "looking forward" to a second season, it's been axed.
- Fam: The freshman comedy series will not return for another season.
- The Passage: After closing out its first season, the Mark-Paul Gosselaar-starrer has been canceled.
- Lethal Weapon: After some intense cast drama and behind-the-scenes troubles, the series was canceled after season three.
- BH90210: The Beverly Hills, 90210 revival will not have a second season.
- Power: After reigning supreme on its home network, the crime drama will conclude with its sixth season.
- Cloak and Dagger: The Marvel Television series starring Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph has been canceled after two seasons.
- Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists: The spinoff to Freeform's iconic Pretty Little Liars was canceled after its freshman season wrapped in May 2019.
- Pearson: The network opted not to renew the Gina Torres-led spinoff of Suits after its first season.