2016-17 TV Season: Renewed and Canceled

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IMDb is keeping track of which scripted series are renewed and canceled. Read on to learn the fates of your favorite shows.

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Emeraude Toubia and Katherine McNamara in Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments (2016)

Renewed: "Shadowhunters"

Announced: April 21, 2017

Freeform has renewed its fantasy series "Shadowhunters," starring Katherine McNamara, for its third season.

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny in The X-Files (1993)

Renewed: "The X-Files"

Announced: April 20, 2017

After a long delay, Fox has finally committed to producing a second edition of "The X-Files" revival.

Michael Dorman and Michael Chernus in Patriot (2015)

Renewed: "Patriot"

Announced: April 18, 2017

Amazon's dark spy comedy "Patriot" will return for a second season on the streaming service.

Parker Young and Rob Heaps in Imposters (2017)

Renewed: "Imposters"

Announced: April 17, 2017

Bravo has ordered a second season of its dark comedy.

Kim Dickens and Alycia Debnam-Carey in Fear the Walking Dead (2015)

Renewed: "Fear the Walking Dead"

Announced: April 14, 2017

Ahead of the launch of Season 3 this June, AMC has renewed the series for a fourth season.

Mark Jeffrey Miller, Gillian Alexy, Laurie Klatscher, Tina Alexis Allen, Troy Bogdan, Danielle Brickman, and David Breda in Outsiders (2016)

Canceled: "The Outsiders"

Announced: April 14, 2017

WGN has canceled the series after two seasons.

Josh Henderson and Christine Evangelista in The Arrangement (2017)

Renewed: "The Arrangement"

Announced: April 13, 2017

E! has ordered a second season of this original scripted series, set to span another 10 episodes.

Mackenzie Astin and Stella Maeve in The Magicians (2015)

Renewed: "The Magicians"

Announced: April 12, 2017

There will be a third season for Syfy's drama series based on Lev Grossman's best-selling novels.

Hugh Dancy and Aaron Paul in The Path (2016)

Renewed: "The Path"

Announced: April 12, 2017

Hulu renewed the series for a third season just hours after the Season 2 finale was streamed.

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

Renewed: "Grace and Frankie"

Announced: April 12, 2017

Netflix renewed the series for a fourth season, which will include the addition of Lisa Kudrow to the cast. The announcement came just weeks after the debut of Season 3.

Clare Bowen and Sam Palladio in Nashville (2012)

Renewed: "Nashville"

Announced: April 10, 2017

CMT has renewed "Nashville" for a second season on the cable network and sixth overall. The upcoming season will feature only 16 episodes.

A.J. Cook, Damon Gupton, Adam Rodriguez, and Aisha Tyler in Criminal Minds (2005)

Renewed: "Criminal Minds"

Announced: April 7, 2017

The veteran crime drama will return to CBS for a 13th season.

Hank Azaria and Amanda Peet in Brockmire (2017)

Renewed: "Brockmire"

Announced: April 5, 2017

IFC's comedy series was renewed just ahead of its scheduled series premiere.

Neil Patrick Harris, Jacqueline Robbins, and Joyce Robbins in A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017)

Renewed and Extended: "A Series of Unfortunate Events"

Announced: April 4, 2017

Less than a month after Netflix announced it had picked up a second season of the series, the Neil Patrick Harris-led show has been extended for a third.

Sarah Wayne Callies and Alex Neustaedter in Colony (2016)

Renewed: "Colony"

Announced: April 4, 2017

USA Network has renewed Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal's "Colony" for a third season.

Jay Baruchel and Sarah Gadon in Man Seeking Woman (2015)

Canceled: "Man Seeking Woman"

Announced: April 4, 2017

There will be no fourth season for FXX's romantic comedy series.

Jessica Hecht and Lizzie Brocheré in Falling Water (2016)

Renewed: "Falling Water"

Announced: April 3, 2017

USA's supernatural thriller drama returns for a second season.

Frank Grillo in Kingdom (2014)

Canceled: "Kingdom"

Announced: April 1, 2017

DirecTV's mixed martial arts drama will be canceled after the completion of the show's third season.

Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant in Santa Clarita Diet (2017)

Renewed: "Santa Clarita Diet"

Announced: March 29, 2017

Netflix's zombie mom series isn't going away: It will begin production on Season 2 sometime this summer.

Chris Messina and Mindy Kaling in The Mindy Project (2012)

Renewed: "The Mindy Project"

Announced: March 29, 2017

Hulu has renewed "The Mindy Project" for a sixth and final season.

Genesis Rodriguez and Freddie Stroma in Time After Time (2017)

Canceled: "Time After Time"

Announced: March 29, 2017

ABC has pulled drama "Time After Time" time from its schedule, effectively canceling the freshman drama series.

Carrie-Anne Moss, Marshall Allman, and Gemma Chan in Humans (2015)

Renewed: "Humans"

Announced: March 28, 2017

AMC's sci-fi drama will return for a 10-episode third season, set to air sometime in 2018.

Clive Owen and André Holland in The Knick (2014)

Canceled: "The Knick"

Announced: March 23, 2017

It's the end of the road for Cinemax's medical drama, stopped short of a third season.

Michael Weatherly in Bull (2016)

Renewed: "Bull," "Blue Bloods," "Hawaii Five-0," "MacGyver," "Madam Secretary," "NCIS," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "NCIS: New Orleans," "Scorpion," "Kevin Can Wait," "Superior Donuts," "Mom," "The Big Bang Theory," "Life in Pieces," "Man With a Plan"

Announced: March 23, 2017

CBS announced renewals for 18 series overall, including six comedies and nine dramas, newsmagazine shows "48 Hours" and "60 Minutes," in addition reality TV stalwart "Survivor." Of the 15 scripted renewals, five are for freshman series.

Jeffrey Donovan and KaDee Strickland in Shut Eye (2016)

Renewed: "Shut Eye"

Announced: March 20, 2017

Hulu gave a second-season pickup to its streaming drama.

Johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg, Jim Parsons, and Kunal Nayyar in The Big Bang Theory (2007)

Renewed: "The Big Bang Theory"

Announced: March 20, 2017

One of the longest-running sitcoms in primetime, "The Big Bang Theory" will live to see Season 11 and Season 12, after CBS and Warner Bros. Television agreed to give the show a two-season renewal.

Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson in Detroiters (2017)

Renewed: "Detroiters"

Announced: March 20, 2017

Comedy Central has ordered a second season of this buddy comedy near midway point of Season 1.

Jennifer Lopez, Ray Liotta, and Drea de Matteo in Shades of Blue (2016)

Renewed: "Shades of Blue"

Announced: March 17, 2017

NBC gave the green light to a third season for its cop drama, after only two episodes into its current season.

Chad L. Coleman and Steven Strait in The Expanse (2015)

Renewed: "Expanse"

Announced: March 16, 2017

Syfy has renewed the space drama for a 13-episode third season.

Patrick Garrow in 12 Monkeys (2015)

Renewed: "12 Monkeys"

Announced: March 16, 2017

The Syfy time-travel drama will return for a fourth and final season.

Lauren Lapkus and Pete Holmes in Crashing (2017)

Renewed: "Crashing"

Announced: March 15, 2017

HBO renewed the comedy series for a second season after only four episodes aired.

Christine Baranski and Cush Jumbo in The Good Fight (2017)

Renewed: "The Good Fight"

Announced: March 15, 2017

CBS All Access has renewed "The Good Wife" spinoff for a second season, Variety has learned. Season 2 will premiere in early 2018.

Dan Stevens and Rachel Keller in Legion (2017)

Renewed: "Legion"

Announced: March 15, 2017

FX has renewed Marvel Comics-inspired drama for a second season.

Will E. McDonald, Richard Harmon, Lindsey Morgan, and Joseph John Coleman in The 100 (2014)

Renewed: "The 100"

Announced: March 10, 2017

The CW has renewed the sci-fi series for a fifth season.

Zach Galifianakis in Baskets (2016)

Renewed: "Baskets"

Announced: March 9, 2017

FX comedy "Baskets" starring Zach Galifianakis has been renewed for a third season.

Damian Lewis in Billions (2016)

Renewed: "Billions"

Announced: March 8, 2017

Showtime has renewed the Wall Street drama for a third season.

Tom Hardy in Taboo (2017)

Renewed: "Taboo"

Announced: March 8, 2017

BBC One and FX have renewed the period drama for a second season.

Cole Sprouse, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, and K.J. Apa in Riverdale (2017)

Renewed: "Riverdale"

Announced: March 7, 2017

The CW renewed its high school drama for a second season.

Julianne Nicholson in Eyewitness (2016)

Canceled: "Eyewitness"

Announced: March 1, 2017

USA has canceled this crime thriller after just one season.

Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange in Feud (2017)

Renewed: "Feud: Bette and Joan"

Announced: Feb. 28, 2017

Producer Ryan Murphy’s new anthology limited series "Feud: Bette and Joan" does not premiere until March 5, but FX has already announced it will place a 10-episode order for the second installment of the Feud franchise, "Feud: Charles and Diana," which is scheduled to debut in 2018.

Dennis Haysbert, Douglas Nyback, and Sean Teale in Incorporated (2016)

Canceled: "Incorporated"

Announced: Feb. 27, 2017

Syfy has announced it will not air a second season of thriller "Incorporated" from creators Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.

Katherine Heigl, Dulé Hill, and Steven Pasquale in Doubt (2017)

Canceled: "Doubt"

Announced: Feb. 24, 2017

CBS has pulled the Katherine Heigl legal drama “Doubt” from the schedule after just two episodes.

Ryan Destiny, Jude Demorest, and Brittany O'Grady in Star (2016)

Renewed: "Star"

Announced: Feb. 22, 2017

FOX has given a second season to Lee Daniels’ music drama “Star."

Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford in Lethal Weapon (2016)

Renewed: "Lethal Weapon"

Announced: Feb. 22, 2017

Referencing its solid ratings performance, Fox has announced that it will renew buddy cop remake "Lethal Weapon" starring Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford for a second season.

Peter Reckell and Kristian Alfonso in Days of Our Lives (1965)

Renewed: "Days of Our Lives"

Announced: Feb. 21, 2017

NBC has renewed the daytime soap opera for its 52nd season.

Tricia O'Kelley and Kaitlin Olson in The Mick (2017)

Renewed: "The Mick"

Announced: Feb. 21, 2017

Fox has renewed "The Mick" starring Kaitlin Olson for a second season.

Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Vincent Regan, and Alexandra Park in The Royals (2015)

Renewed: "The Royals"

Announced: Feb. 16, 2017

“The Royals” will continue on E! for a fourth season, as the network has renewed the scripted drama for another installment.

Billy Bob Thornton in Goliath (2016)

Renewed: "Goliath"

Announced: Feb. 15, 2017

Amazon has renewed the legal drama “Goliath” starring Billy Bob Thornton for a second season. Thornton received a 2017 Golden Globe for "Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama" for his performance as washed-up lawyer Billy McBride.

America Ferrera and Ben Feldman in Superstore (2015)

Renewed: "Superstore"

Announced: Feb. 14, 2017

NBC announced that it will cut a 22-episode order for the third season of "Superstore." The half-hour comedy centers around a group of employees at a big-box store, "Cloud 9."

Tom Ellis in Lucifer (2015)

Renewed: "Lucifer"

Announced: Feb. 13, 2017

Fox has announced it will renew “Lucifer” for a third season of 22 episodes. Currently on hiatus, the show will return to finish out its second season starting on May 1, 2017 in its usual Monday 9 p.m. slot.

Kerry Washington in Scandal (2012)

Renewed: "Scandal"

Announced: Feb. 10, 2017

ABC Studios has announced that "Scandal" will enter its seventh season in 2017.

Patrick Dempsey and Ellen Pompeo in Grey's Anatomy (2005)

Renewed: "Grey's Anatomy"

Announced: Feb. 10, 2017

ABC Studios has announced that "Grey's Anatomy" will return for an impressive fourteenth season in 2017.

Viola Davis in How to Get Away with Murder (2014)

Renewed: "How to Get Away With Murder"

Announced: Feb. 10, 2017

ABC Studios has announced that "How to Get Away With Murder" will enter its fourth season in 2017.

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

Renewed: "Travelers"

Announced: Feb. 8, 2017

Netflix and Canada’s Showcase have renewed their original time-traveling sci-fi series "Travelers" starring Eric McCormack for a second season set to premiere in 2017. Production on Season 2 will begin in March. Netflix, which carries "Travelers" globally except for Canada, will debut Season 2 after it airs on Showcase this fall.

Beth Fowler, Constance Shulman, Lin Tucci, Vicky Jeudy, Adrienne C. Moore, Samira Wiley, and Danielle Brooks in Orange Is the New Black (2013)

Renewed: "Orange Is the New Black"

Announced: Feb. 8, 2017

Netflix has announced that the ladies of Litchfield will return for a fifth season, which is slated to drop on the streaming platform June 9, 2017.

Brit Marling in The OA (2016)

Renewed: "The OA"

Announced: Feb. 8, 2017

Just eight weeks after the first installment of the supernatural drama debuted, "The OA" was given the green light for a second season by Netflix.

Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs in Love (2016)

Renewed: "Love"

Announced: Feb. 8, 2017

Netflix has renewed “Love” for a third season; however, no premiere date has been set. Season 2 will premiere on March 10, 2017. The dark romantic comedy is created, written, and executive produced by Judd Apatow and Paul Rust.

Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney in Catastrophe (2015)

Renewed: "Catastrophe"

Announced: Feb. 7, 2017

Amazon Video has announced that "Catastrophe" will return for its third season on April 28, 2017.

Kristen Bell in The Good Place (2016)

Renewed: "The Good Place"

Announced: Jan. 30, 2017

NBC has renewed comedy “The Good Place” for a 13-episode second season. The move makes creator Mike Schur’s comedy the second freshman series to get an early renewal this season from NBC, following drama “This Is Us,” which was given a rare two-season pickup earlier this month.

Cat Deeley, Nigel Lythgoe, and Mary Murphy in So You Think You Can Dance (2005)

Renewed: "So You Think You Can Dance"

Announced: Jan. 30, 2017

“So You Think You Can Dance” has been renewed for Season 14, which will air this summer on Fox. The dance competition show will feature dancers from the ages of 18 to 30, following last season’s young crop of contestants. The Top 10 dancers will be paired with all-stars.

Gael García Bernal in Mozart in the Jungle (2014)

Renewed: "Mozart in the Jungle"

Announced: Jan. 30, 2017

The fourth season of “Mozart in the Jungle” will begin production later this year for a 2017 return.

Craig Roberts in Red Oaks (2014)

Renewed: "Red Oaks"

Announced: Jan. 30, 2017

“Red Oaks” will be returning for its third and final season in 2017.

Patricia Heaton and Neil Flynn in The Middle (2009)

Renewed: "The Middle"

Announced: Jan. 25, 2017

ABC Entertainment released that the Midwestern comedy will return for a ninth season in the fall.

Padma Lakshmi, Gail Simmons, Tom Colicchio, and Hugh Acheson in Top Chef (2006)

Renewed: "Top Chef"

Announced: Jan. 24, 2017

Bravo has announced the nationwide search for chefs to compete on Season 15 of "Top Chef." This year’s chef meet-and-greets will take place by appointment at restaurants of alumni and friends of "Top Chef" in Chicago, Dallas, New Orleans, New York, Pittsburgh, Portland, San Francisco and Washington D.C.

Rebecca Romijn, Lindy Booth, Christian Kane, and John Harlan Kim in The Librarians (2014)

Renewed: "The Librarians"

Announced: Jan. 24, 2017

TNT renewed the show for a fourth season just two days after the Season 3 finale.

Giovanni Ribisi in Sneaky Pete (2015)

Renewed: "Sneaky Pete"

Announced: Jan. 19, 2017

Amazon renewed "Sneaky Pete" for a second season.

Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia in This Is Us (2016)

Renewed: "This Is Us"

Announced: Jan. 18, 2017

NBC has renewed the primetime drama for two additional seasons of 18 episodes each. The network announced the news at the Television Critics’ Association winter press tour presentation.

Mary McDonnell and Phillip P. Keene in Major Crimes (2012)

Renewed: "Major Crimes"

Announced: Jan. 18, 2017

TNT has renewed its cop drama for a sixth season.

Fred Armisen, Kevin Corrigan, and Carrie Brownstein in Portlandia (2011)

Renewed: "Portlandia"

Announced: Jan. 14, 2017

IFC has renewed its flagship original comedy series for an eighth season, which will also be the show's last.

Rob Riggle in Drunk History (2013)

Renewed: "Drunk History"

Announced: Jan. 13, 2017

Comedy Central has renewed its historical reenactment show for a fifth season.

Sammi Rotibi, Ben Cotton, Anamaria Marinca, Clémentine Poidatz, Alberto Ammann, and Jihae in Mars (2016)

Renewed: "Mars"

Announced: Jan. 13, 2017

National Geographic has renewed its docudrama for a second season.

Lily Rabe in American Horror Story (2011)

Renewed: "American Horror Story"

Announced: Jan. 12, 2017

FX renewed its popular franchise through nine seasons.

Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson in Empire (2015)

Renewed: "Empire"

Announced: Jan. 11, 2017

FOX has renewed its popular drama for a fourth season.

Cierra Ramirez, Amanda Leighton, and Arden Belle in The Fosters (2013)

Renewed: "The Fosters" and "Beyond"

Announced: Jan. 10, 2017

Freeform has renewed "The Fosters" for a fifth season and "Beyond" for a second.

Maura Tierney and Omar Metwally in The Affair (2014)

Renewed: "The Affair"

Announced: Jan. 9, 2017

Showtime renewed the drama for a fourth season.

Grant Gustin in The Flash (2014)

Renewed: "The Flash," "Arrow," "Legends of Tomorrow," "Supergirl," "Jane the Virgin," "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," and "Supernatural"

Announced: Jan. 8, 2017

The CW gave early renewals for seven of its series.

Those Who Can't (2016)

Renewed: "Those Who Can't"

Announced: Jan. 5, 2017

TruTV has renewed the classroom comedy for a third season.

Danielle Fishel, Ben Savage, and Rider Strong in Girl Meets World (2014)

Canceled: "Girl Meets World"

Announced: Jan. 4, 2017

Disney Channel has canceled the series after three seasons.

Alexa Davalos in The Man in the High Castle (2015)

Renewed: "The Man in the High Castle"

Announced: Jan. 3, 2017

Amazon renewed its dystopian thriller for a third season.

Andrea Barber, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Fox Messitt in Fuller House (2016)

Renewed: "Fuller House"

Announced: Dec. 24, 2016

Netflix took to social media to announce a third season of its sitcom revival.

Patrick Stewart in Blunt Talk (2015)

Canceled: "Blunt Talk"

Announced: Dec. 20, 2016

Starz canceled the series after two seasons.

Ryan Phillippe in Shooter (2016)

Renewed: "Shooter"

Announced: Dec. 19, 2016

USA has renewed the drama for a second season.

Take My Wife (2016)

Renewed: "Take My Wife"

Announced: Dec. 19, 2016

Seeso picked up a second season of its single-camera romcom.

William H. Macy and Chloe Webb in Shameless (2011)

Renewed: "Shameless"

Announced: Dec. 19, 2016

Showtime has ordered a 12-episode Season 8, to begin production in 2017.

Jonathan Bruce and Colleen Ballinger in Haters Back Off! (2016)

Renewed: "Haters Back Off!"

Announced: Dec. 15, 2016

Netflix has signed on for another season of the series from YouTube creator Miranda Sings and based on a character by Colleen Ballinger.

John C. McGinley in Stan Against Evil (2016)

Renewed: "Stan Against Evil"

Announced: Dec. 13, 2016

IFC renewed the comedy horror series for a second season.

Impastor (2015)

Canceled: "Impastor"

Announced: Dec. 13, 2016

TV Land has canceled this comedy series after two seasons.

Janet Montgomery in Salem (2014)

Canceled: "Salem"

Announced: Dec. 13, 2016

The supernatural drama will end after its current Season 3 run on WGN America.

Lorenzo Richelmy and Zhu Zhu in Marco Polo (2014)

Canceled: "Marco Polo"

Announced: Dec. 12, 2016

Netflix has canceled the period drama after two seasons. The series is the first Netflix Original scripted show not to be renewed for a third season.

Toby Regbo and Adelaide Kane in Reign (2013)

Canceled: "Reign"

Announced: Dec. 7, 2016

The upcoming fourth season of the CW's historical fantasy series, set to return Feb. 2017, will be its last.

Justin Theroux in The Leftovers (2014)

Ending: "The Leftovers"

Announced: Dec. 6, 2016

HBO announced that the third season of "The Leftovers," set to start April 2017, will be its last. There will be only eight episodes.

Mike Colter in Luke Cage (2016)

Renewed: "Luke Cage"

Announced: Dec. 4, 2016

Netflix renewed the Marvel series for a second season. It's the third Marvel series on Netflix to get a Season 2.

Anna Camp in Good Girls Revolt (2015)

Canceled: "Good Girls Revolt"

Announced: Dec. 2, 2016

Amazon Studios opted not to pick up a second season of the period drama.

Lizzy Caplan in Masters of Sex (2013)

Canceled: "Masters of Sex"

Announced: Nov. 30, 2016

Showtime opted not to pick up a fifth season for the period drama.

Keith Allan in Z Nation (2014)

Renewed: "Z Nation"

Announced: Nov. 29, 2016

Syfy ordered up a fourth season of the zombie series.

Elijah Wood and Samuel Barnett in Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency (2016)

Renewed: "Dirk Gently"

Announced: Nov. 21, 2016

BBC America ordered a 10-episode second season to premiere in 2017.

Richard Armitage and Victoria Mayer in Berlin Station (2016)

Renewed: "Berlin Station" and "Graves"

Announced: Nov. 17, 2016

Premium cable network Epix renewed its first two original series for second seasons, each with 10-episode orders, to start in early 2017.

Scott Wolf in The Night Shift (2014)

Renewed: "Night Shift"

Announced: Nov. 17, 2016

NBC renewed the medical drama for a fourth season.

Evan Rachel Wood in Westworld (2016)

Renewed: "Westworld," "Insecure," and "Divorce"

Announced: Nov. 14, 2016

HBO gave second season pickups to a trio of new fall series. All three shows were renewed for 10 episodes.

Stephen Fry and Joel McHale in The Great Indoors (2016)

Additional Episodes Ordered: "The Great Indoors," "Man With a Plan" and "Code Black"

Announced: Nov. 14, 2016

CBS has given full season orders to Joel McHale's and Matt LeBlanc's freshman series. Each show gets 19 episodes. "Code Black" gets a 16-episode second season.

Tig Notaro in One Mississippi (2015)

Renewed: "One Mississippi"

Announced: Nov. 14, 2016

Amazon's critically acclaimed comedy starring Tig Notaro earned a second season, some two months after it debuted.

Caity Lotz in Legends of Tomorrow (2016)

Additional Episodes Ordered: "Legends of Tomorrow"

Announced: Nov. 9, 2016

The CW ordered four additional episodes for Season 2, bringing the total to 17 episodes.

Ronen Rubinstein and Elizabeth Lail in Dead of Summer (2016)

Canceled: "Dead of Summer"

Announced: Nov. 8, 2016

After its 10-episode freshman run, Freeform's teen horror series won't be seeing a second season. The network made the announcement on election night.

Hayley Atwell in Conviction (2016)

Episode Order Cut: "Conviction"

Announced: Nov. 8, 2016

On a busy election night, ABC announced that its freshman drama starring Hayley Atwell will not be extended past its initial 13-episode order. Although no cancellation announcement has been made, it doesn't look good, though the network is reportedly keeping its options open.

Katy Mixon and Daniel DiMaggio in American Housewife (2016)

Additional Episodes Ordered: "American Housewife" and "The Real O'Neals"

Announced: Nov. 4, 2016

ABC extended the order for suburban sitcom "American Housewives" by an additional nine episodes, giving the freshman series 22 episodes this season. Meanwhile, "The Real O'Neals" gets three more episodes for its second season, which now stands at 16 episodes ordered.

Dan Castellaneta in The Simpsons (1989)

Renewed: "The Simpsons"

Announced: Nov. 4, 2016

FOX renewed the beloved animated for two more season, for a total of 30 seasons overall. This means the total numbers of episodes for the series will amount to 669, which is a record for a scripted series, surpassing "Gunsmoke" at 635.

Adam Devine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson in Workaholics (2011)

Canceled: "Workaholics"

Announced: Nov. 3, 2016

There will be no Season 8 for Comedy Central's workplace comedy series. The show had been renewed just last year for Seasons 6 and 7, which begins January 2017. The show's three stars, Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, and Anders Holm, are set to star in Netflix's Game Over, Man!

Lou Diamond Phillips and Robert Taylor in Longmire (2012)

Renewed and Ending: "Longmire"

Announced: Nov. 2, 2016

Netflix renewed the series based on the Walt Longmire series of books written by Craig Johnson for a sixth and final season. Season 6 will include 10 episodes and air sometime in 2017.

Zendaya in K.C. Undercover (2015)

Renewed: "K.C. Undercover"

Announced: Nov. 1, 2016

Disney Channel renewed "K.C. Undercover" for Season 3. The comedy is about a high school math whiz who is also an undercover government agent. According to the network's press release, over the course of its run, the show has reached 106 million total viewers across all of Disney Channel’s platforms, including live viewing, On Demand, and the Disney Channel app. The show's star Zendaya will become a producer on the series in Season 3.

Matt Lanter in Timeless (2016)

Additional Episodes Ordered: "Timeless"

Announced: Nov. 1, 2016

NBC has ordered three additional episodes of the sci-fi drama, upping the season order to 16 episodes in total. The network will air new episodes through Dec. 12, the return after the holiday season from Jan. 16 to Feb. 20.

Tom Ellis in Lucifer (2015)

Additional Episodes Ordered: "Lucifer"

Announced: Oct. 31, 2016

FOX ordered nine additional episodes of drama "Lucifer" giving it a full 22-episode Season 2. The series launched in January 2016, and, like many mid-season shows, aired for just 13 episodes. Season-to-Date the show is averaging a 1.1 Live + Same Day Nielsen rating in the Adults 18-49 demographic, tying its lead-in "Gotham." Those are not huge numbers for a network show, but against stiff competition including Monday Night Football and "The Voice," they are in line with FOX's expectations.

Piper Perabo, Matt Walton, and Sepideh Moafi in Notorious (2016)

Episode Order Cut: "Notorious"

Announced: Oct. 25, 2016

ABC reduced the number of episodes of freshman drama "Notorious" from 13 to 10. When a network opts to produce fewer episodes of a show than originally planned, it usually portends the show's cancellation. The legal soap opera was given one of the best timeslots on ABC's schedule, Thursday at 9 p.m. ET/PT, sandwiched between the network's hits "Grey's Anatomy" and "How to Get Away With Murder." Unfortunately, the show performed poorly in the Nielsen ratings. The most recent episode of the show garnered a 0.9 Live + Same Day rating among Adults 18-49, down 57% from "Grey's Anatomy's" 2.1. Despite its low numbers, ABC plans to air all 10 produced episodes of the series.

Guilt (2016)

Canceled: "Guilt"

Announced: Oct. 20, 2016

Freeform canceled "Guilt" after Season 1. The drama, inspired by the Amanda Knox case, concerned an American exchange student in London who is accused of murdering her roommate. The show's viewership was lower than the network's other dramas, with most episodes garnering approximately 300,000 Total Viewers in Nielsen Live + Same Day ratings. Unfortunately for its fans, Season 1 ended with several cliffhangers that will never be resolved.