Streaming TV: Renewed and Canceled

by IMDb-Editors | last updated - 6 months ago

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

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

Renewed: "Jack Ryan"

Announced: April 24, 2018

Amazon Studios has ordered a second season of this John Krasinski-led action thriller, four months ahead of the series premiere on Aug. 31, 2018.

Aaron Paul in The Path (2016)

Canceled: "The Path"

Announced: April 24, 2018

Hulu has confirmed that Season 3 of this cult drama, which concluded on March 28, 2018, will be its last.

Arlen Escarpeta in The Oath (2018)

Renewed: "The Oath"

Announced: April 24, 2018

Sony's Crackle has renewed this criminal underworld drama for a second season.

Regina King in Seven Seconds (2018)

Canceled: "Seven Seconds" (Netflix)

Announced: April 18, 2018

Netflix announced that it would not renew this drama about police and race relations in New Jersey. The show's first season debuted on the streaming service in February 2018.

Shoshannah Stern and Zach Gilford in This Close (2018)

Renewed: "This Close" (Netflix)

Announced: April 18, 2018

"This Close," Sundance Now's exploration of two hearing-impaired friends in Los Angeles, will return for a second season, the streaming service announced.

Brett Gray, Jason Genao, and Sierra Capri in On My Block (2018)

Renewed: "On My Block" (Netflix)

Announced: April 13, 2018

Netflix has ordered a second season of this coming-of-age comedy, set in South Central L.A. Season 1 hit the streaming service in March 2018.

David Tennant and Krysten Ritter in Jessica Jones (2015)

Renewed: "Jessica Jones"

Announced: April 12, 2018

The Marvel series centred on a superhero-turned-PI will return for a third season on Netflix.

Tiffani Thiessen, Paris Berelc, and Isabel May in Alexa & Katie (2018)

Renewed: "Alexa & Katie"

Announced: April 9, 2018

It will be another year of high school for the kids in "Alexa & Katie," as Netflix has renewed the tween comedy for a second season on the streaming service.

Gael García Bernal in Mozart in the Jungle (2014)

Canceled: "Mozart in the Jungle"

Announced: April 6, 2018

Amazon will not pick up a fifth season of this Golden Globe-winning comedy drama, based around characters in the New York Symphony.

Peyton Kennedy and Jahi Di'Allo Winston in Everything Sucks! (2018)

Canceled: "Everything Sucks!"

Announced: April 6, 2018

Netflix has canceled this high school comedy set in the '90s after just one season of 10 episodes.

Burkely Duffield in Beyond (2016)

Canceled: "Beyond"

Announced: March 29, 2018

Freeform announced that the recently concluded Season 2 for this supernatural drama will be its last on the network.

Rita Moreno, Justina Machado, Todd Grinnell, and Isabella Gomez in One Day at a Time (2017)

Renewed: "One Day at a Time"

Announced: March 26, 2018

Netflix has ordered a third season of the reimagined version of "One Day at a Time." The 13-episode season will hit the streaming service in 2019.

Eric McCormack, Douglas Chapman, and Nesta Cooper in Travelers (2016)

Renewed: "Travelers"

Announced: March 15, 2018

Netflix will be home to the third season of this time-travel-to-save-the-world drama, whose previous two seasons had debuted on Showcase in Canada before hitting the streaming service. Star Eric McCormack will direct the first episode of Season 3.

Emily Osment and Jonathan Sadowski in Young & Hungry (2014)

Canceled: "Young & Hungry"

Announced: March 15, 2018

Freeform announced that the 10-episode fifth season of this comedy, premiering in June 2018, will be its last on the network. However, plans are underway for a feature-length movie.

Jesse Plemons, Jimmi Simpson, Cristin Milioti, Milanka Brooks, Osy Ikhile, Michaela Coel, and Paul G. Raymond in Black Mirror (2011)

Renewed: "Black Mirror"

Announced: March 5, 2018

Netflix has ordered a fifth season of the anthology series exploring a twisted, high-tech world where humanity's greatest innovations and darkest instincts collide.

Robert Patrick, Bethany Anne Lind, Maddie Nichols, and Neal Genys in Lore (2017)

Renewed: "Lore"

Announced: Feb. 26, 2018

Amazon has ordered a second season of the anthology series based on the popular true horror podcast, which will be overseen by new showrunner Sean Crouch.

Will Smith and James Corden in Carpool Karaoke (2017)

Renewed: "Carpool Karaoke: The Series"

Announced: Feb. 15, 2018

Apple Music has ordered a second season of this celebrity singing format, based on a popular segment from James Corden's CBS talkshow.

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

Renewed: "Grace and Frankie"

Announced: Feb. 14, 2018

Netflix has picked up a fifth season of this comedy starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.

Kathy Bates, Aaron Moten, and Dougie Baldwin in Disjointed (2017)

Canceled: "Disjointed"

Announced: Feb. 14, 2018

Netflix has canceled this comedy about a Los Angeles marijuana operation after two seasons.

Titus Welliver in Bosch (2014)

Renewed: "Bosch"

Announced: Feb. 13, 2018

Prior to Season 4's release on April 13, 2018, Amazon Studios renewed the detective series for a fifth season. Eric Ellis Overmyer will return to the drama as co-showrunner, after stepping away for Season 4 to work on "The Man in the High Castle."

Tim Meadows, J.K. Simmons, and Patrick Brammall in No Activity (2017)

Renewed: "No Activity"

Announced: Feb. 13, 2018

"No Activity," the first original scripted comedy on CBS All Access, has been picked up for a second season, the streaming network announced. The show is a Funny Or Die offshoot of an Australian series of the same name.

Neil Patrick Harris and Malina Weissman in A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017)

Ending: "A Series of Unfortunate Events" (Netflix)

Announced: Feb 1, 2018

Star and producer Neil Patrick Harris confirmed speculation that the third season of Netflix's take on Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events will be the show's last. But it will be some time before the final episode is available. Season 2 of the fantasy series is set to premiere March 30, 2018.

Jeffrey Donovan in Shut Eye (2016)

Canceled: "Shut Eye"

Announced: Jan. 30, 2018

After two seasons, Hulu has canceled this drama series, star Jeffrey Donovan announced on Twitter.

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

Renewed: "Fuller House"

Announced: Jan. 25, 2018

Netflix has renewed "Fuller House" for a fourth season. The show is a is continuation of ABC series "Full House," which ran from 1987 to 1995.

Yara Shahidi in Grown-ish (2018)

Renewed: "Grown-ish"

Announced: Jan. 18, 2018

This spinoff of the ABC series "Black-ish" has been renewed for a 20-episode second season at Freeform.

Tig Notaro and Casey Wilson in One Mississippi (2015)

Canceled: "One Mississippi"

Announced: Jan. 17, 2018

The semi-autobiographical dark comedy starring standup comedian/storyteller Tig Notaro will not be renewed for a third season.


Canceled: "I Love Dick"

Announced: Jan. 17, 2018

Jill Soloway's treatise on women, feminism, and art has been canceled by Amazon Studios.

Jean-Claude Van Damme and Tait Fletcher in Jean-Claude Van Johnson: Pilot (2016)

Canceled: "Jean-Claude Van Johnson"

Announced: Jan. 17, 2018

The action comedy in which Jean-Claude Van Damme played an agent (Van Johnson) whose cover was that of a martial arts action star, has been canceled.

Peter Serafinowicz in The Tick (2017)

Renewed: "The Tick"

Announced: Jan. 17, 2018

Amazon has renewed "The Tick," the series based on the popular comic book character, for a 10-episode second season.

Maria Bamford in Lady Dynamite (2016)

Canceled: "Lady Dynamite"

Announced: Jan. 13, 2018

Netflix has canceled Maria Bamford's comedy series, which was inspired by the comedian's own experience with bipolar disorder, after two seasons.

Gretchen Mol and Hugh Laurie in Chance (2016)

Canceled: "Chance"

Announced: Jan. 9, 2017

Hulu has chosen to end this drama thriller after two seasons. It starred Hugh Laurie as a forensic neuro-psychiatrist who reluctantly enters a dangerous and violent world of mistaken identity, police corruption and mental illness.

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

Renewed: "Runaways"

Announced: Jan. 9, 2018

Hulu has ordered a second season of 13 episodes of this Marvel action series about a group of teenagers who band together after discovering their parents are supervillains.

Josh Hutcherson and Eliza Coupe in Future Man (2017)

Renewed: "Future Man"

Announced: Jan. 9, 2018

Hulu has ordered a second season of 13 episodes of this comedy sci-fi series about a young gamer who is recruited by mysterious visitors to travel through time and prevent the extinction of humanity.

Animaniacs (1993)

Reboot: "Animaniacs"

Announced: Jan. 4, 2018

Hulu has partnered with Amblin Television and Warner Bros. Animation for a rebooted version of the classic cartoon series, which has scored a two-season, straight-to-series commitment.

DeWanda Wise in She's Gotta Have It (2017)

Renewed: "She's Gotta Have It"

Announced: Jan. 1, 2018

Netflix has ordered a second season of this series based on the 1986 film by Spike Lee, telling the story of one woman and her three lovers.

Louis Hofmann in Dark (2017)

Renewed: "Dark"

Announced: Dec. 20, 2017

Netflix has ordered a second season of this family saga with a supernatural twist, set in a German town, where the disappearance of two young children exposes the relationships among four families.

Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs in Love (2016)

Ending: "Love"

Announced: Dec. 15, 2017

Netflix has chosen to end Judd Apatow's comedy series after its third season, which debuts March 9, 2018.

Jason Momoa in Frontier (2016)

Renewed: "Frontier"

Announced: Dec. 14, 2017

Netflix has ordered a six-episode third season of the period drama starring Jason Mamoa.

Jon Bernthal in The Punisher (2017)

Renewed: "The Punisher"

Announced: Dec. 12, 2017

Netflix has ordered a second season of the Marvel drama about a vigilante with revenge on his mind.

Millie Bobby Brown in Stranger Things (2016)

Renewed: "Stranger Things"

Announced: Dec. 1, 2017

Netflix has ordered a third season of the hit supernatural drama, which centers on a young girl with telekinetic powers and the four boys that try to protect her and their town from an ever-encroaching evil from another dimension.

Erik Stocklin and Colleen Ballinger in Haters Back Off! (2016)

Canceled: "Haters Back Off!"

Announced: Dec. 1, 2017

Netflix has chosen not to order a third season of this comedy series, based on on popular YouTube personality Colleen Ballinger’s oddball character, Miranda Sings.

Tom Carlson and Jonathan Groff in Mindhunter (2017)

Renewed: "Mindhunter"

Announced: Nov. 30, 2017

Netflix has ordered a second season of this crime drama thriller, centered on FBI agents who delve into the psychology of murder.

Baron Vaughn, Jonah Ray, and Hampton Yount in Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return (2017)

Renewed: "Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return"

Announced: Nov. 24, 2017

Netflix has ordered a second season of this comedy sci-fi series, which spotlights B-movies.

Julie Klausner and Billy Eichner in Difficult People (2015)

Canceled: "Difficult People"

Announced: Nov. 14, 2017

After three seasons, Hulu has canceled this comedy, featuring Julie Klausner, Billy Eichner, and a gaggle of guest stars.

Ultimate Beastmaster (2017)

Renewed: "Ultimate Beastmaster"

Announced: Nov. 8, 2017

The athletic competition show will return for a second season on Netflix on Dec. 15, 2017.

Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright in House of Cards (2013)

Ending: "House of Cards"

Announced: Oct. 30, 2017

Netflix will end the political drama with its upcoming sixth season. The final episodes will premiere in 2018.

American Vandal (2017)

Renewed: "American Vandal"

Announced: Oct. 26, 2017

Netflix has renewed the spoof documentary series for Season 2.

Andrew Rannells, Jessi Klein, and Jason Mantzoukas in Big Mouth (2017)

Renewed: "Big Mouth"

Announced: Oct. 24, 2017

Netflix has renewed the animated series from Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg for Season 2.

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

Renewed: "Star Trek: Discovery"

Announced: Oct. 23, 2017

CBS All Access has renewed the latest installment of the sci-fi franchise for a second season.

Michaela Watkins, Tommy Dewey, and Tara Lynne Barr in Casual (2015)

Ending: "Casual"

Announced: Oct. 19, 2017

The sibling dramedy has been renewed for an abbreviated fourth and final season, with eight episodes.

Chelsea Handler and Harry Styles in Chelsea (2016)

Canceled: "Chelsea"

Announced: Oct. 18, 2017

Netflix has canceled its first talk show, hosted by Chelsea Handler, after a two-season run.

The Bold Type (2017)

Renewed: "The Bold Type"

Announced: Oct. 4, 2017

Freeform has ordered two more 10-episode seasons of this show about young women in New York City.

Aparna Nancherla in BoJack Horseman (2014)

Renewed: "BoJack Horseman"

Announced: Sept. 21, 2017

Shortly after releasing the fourth season of this animated series, Netflix announced that it will renew the show for a fifth season.

Perry Mattfeld in Stitchers (2015)

Canceled: "Stitchers"

Announced: Sept. 15, 2017

Freeform has canceled the sci-fi procedural after three seasons.

Keir Gilchrist in Atypical (2017)

Renewed: "Atypical"

Announced: Sept. 13, 2017

Netflix has renewed this comedy-drama about a young man on the autism spectrum for a second season of 10 episodes.

Doozers (2012)

Renewed: "Doozers"

Announced: Sept. 11, 2017

Hulu confirmed a second season renewal of its first original series for kids, "Doozers," from The Jim Henson Company.

Kelsey Grammer and Matt Bomer in The Last Tycoon (2016)

Canceled: "The Last Tycoon"

Announced: Sept. 9, 2017

Amazon Studios has canceled the 1930s Hollywood drama after one season.

Christina Ricci in Z: The Beginning of Everything (2015)

Canceled: "Z: The Beginning of Everything"

Announced: Sept. 7, 2017

Amazon Studios pivoted on its Zelda Fitzgerald drama, cancelling the series after announcing it was renewed for Season 2 earlier this year.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Fleabag (2016)

Renewed: "Fleabag"

Announced: Aug. 25, 2017

Amazon has renewed the award-winning comedy series for a second season, expected to premiere later in 2019.

Jeffrey Tambor, Melora Hardin, and Judith Light in Transparent (2014)

Renewed: "Transparent"

Announced: Aug. 24, 2017

Amazon has renewed the Emmy-winning series for a fifth season, expected to premiere later in 2018.

Last Chance U (2016)

Renewed: "Last Chance U"

Announced: Aug. 24, 2017

Netflix has renewed the college-football documentary series for a third season.

Annie Parisse and Keegan-Michael Key in Friends from College (2017)

Renewed: "Friends From College"

Announced: Aug. 21, 2017

Netflix has ordered an eight-episode second season of this ensemble comedy.

Jason Bateman and Laura Linney in Ozark (2017)

Renewed: "Ozark"

Announced: Aug. 15, 2017

Netflix will return to Southwest Missouri for a second season of the drama "Ozark."

Naomi Watts in Gypsy (2017)

Canceled: "Gypsy"

Announced: Aug. 11, 2017

Netflix has canceled its drama series in which Naomi Watts played a therapist who crosses the line with her patients after one season.

Bashir Salahuddin, Alison Brie, and Betty Gilpin in GLOW (2017)

Renewed: "GLOW"

Announced: Aug. 10, 2017

Netflix's partial fictionalization of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling will hit the ring for Season 2 on the streaming service.

Amybeth McNulty in Anne with an E (2017)

Renewed: "Anne With an E"

Announced: August 3, 2017

Netflix has ordered a second season of this adaptation of "Anne of Green Gables," which follows the adventures of a young orphaned girl in the late 19th century. The new season will be available in 2018.

Bella Thorne in Famous in Love (2017)

Renewed: "Famous in Love"

Announced: August 3, 2017

Freeform has ordered a second season of this romantic drama. The first run of 10 episodes centered on an ordinary college student(Bella Throne) who wins the starring role in a Hollywood blockbuster and must navigate her new star-studded life and chemistry with her co-lead.

Logan Browning in Dear White People (2017)

Renewed: "Dear White People"

Announced: June 30, 2017

Netflix has ordered a second season of this comedy, set at a predominantly white Ivy League college where a diverse group of students navigate various forms of discrimination. The new season of 10 episodes will be available in 2018.

Doona Bae in Sense8 (2015)

Ending: "Sense8"

Announced: June 29, 2017

After Netflix canceled its high-concept sci-fi show after two seasons, it was announced that a two-hour finale special will wrap up the series in 2018.

Laura Dern, Bill Burr, Debi Derryberry, Justin Long, and Haley Reinhart in F Is for Family (2015)

Renewed: "F is for Family"

Announced: June 28, 2017

Netflix has ordered a third season of this animated comedy, set in the 1970s and based around the Murphy family, with a voice cast that includes Bill Burr, Laura Dern, and Sam Rockwell.

Britt Robertson in Girlboss (2017)

Canceled: "Girlboss"

Announced: June 26, 2017

Netflix has canceled its comedy series about a young fashion businesswoman after one season.

Bill Nye in Bill Nye Saves the World (2017)

Renewed: "Bill Nye Saves the World"

Announced: June 15, 2017

Netflix has ordered a second season of this show in which Bill Nye explores science and its impact on politics, society and pop culture.

Ellie Kemper and Tituss Burgess in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2015)

Renewed: "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"

Announced: June 13, 2017

Netflix has renewed its Tina Fey/Robert Carlock-created comedy for a fourth season.

Jaden Smith, Skylan Brooks, Shameik Moore, Justice Smith, and Tremaine Brown Jr. in The Get Down (2016)

Canceled: "The Get Down"

Announced: May 24, 2017

Netflix has canceled its hip-hop origin story after one season.

Ron Howard and Jason Bateman in Arrested Development (2003)

Returning: "Arrested Development"

Announced: May 17, 2017

Netflix is bringing back the family comedy for a fifth season, to begin in 2018. The show's fourth season debuted on Netflix in 2013.

Jean-Luc Bilodeau and Derek Theler in Baby Daddy (2012)

Ending: "Baby Daddy"

Announced: May 13, 2017

Freeform announced the comedy series will end at the conclusion of its sixth season.

Dylan Minnette in 13 Reasons Why (2017)

Renewed: "13 Reasons Why"

Announced: May 7, 2017

The hit Netflix series will return in 2018 with 13 more hour-long episodes and will pick up in the aftermath of Hannah Baker's death.

Elisabeth Moss and Alexis Bledel in The Handmaid's Tale (2017)

Renewed: "The Handmaid's Tale"

Announced: May 3, 2017

Just one week after the show's debut, Hulu has renewed the series for a second season.

Chad Michael Collins and Liza Koshy in Freakish (2016)

Renewed: "Freakish"

Announced: May 1, 2017

Hulu's horror series will get a second season.

Kate del Castillo, Aida López, Maxi Iglesias, and Alberto Guerra in Ingobernable (2017)

Renewed: "Ingobernable" (Netflix)

Announced: April 27, 2017

Netflix renewed the Spanish-language drama for a 15-episode second season.

Harry Shum Jr., David Castro, Katherine McNamara, and Dominic Sherwood in Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments (2016)

Renewed: "Shadowhunters" (Freeform)

Announced: April 21, 2017

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

Rupert Grint in Snatch (2017)

Renewed: "Snatch" (Crackle)

Announced: April 19, 2017

Crackle is giving a second season to "Snatch," its most streamed scripted original to date.

Bryan Cranston in SuperMansion (2015)

Renewed: "SuperMansion" (Crackle)

Announced: April 19, 2017

Crackle is giving a third season this animated series, in which voices are provided by Bryan Cranston and Keegan-Michael Key.

Michael Dorman in Patriot (2015)

Renewed: "Patriot" (Amazon Video)

Announced: April 18, 2017

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

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

Renewed: "Santa Clarita Diet" (Netflix)

Announced: March 29, 2017

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

Ike Barinholtz and Mindy Kaling in The Mindy Project (2012)

Ending: "The Mindy Project" (Hulu)

Announced: March 29, 2017

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

Bernadette Peters, Paul Guilfoyle, and Christine Baranski in The Good Fight (2017)

Renewed: "The Good Fight" (CBS All Access)

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.

Billy Bob Thornton in Goliath (2016)

Renewed: "Goliath" (Amazon Video)

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.

Brit Marling in The OA (2016)

Renewed: "The OA" (Netflix)

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.

Craig Roberts, Ennis Esmer, Nate Smith, and Oliver Cooper in Red Oaks (2014)

Ending: "Red Oaks" (Amazon Video)

Announced: Jan. 30, 2017

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

Giovanni Ribisi in Sneaky Pete: Pilot (2015)

Renewed: "Sneaky Pete" (Amazon Video)

Announced: Jan. 19, 2017

Amazon renewed "Sneaky Pete" for a second season.

Rufus Sewell in The Man in the High Castle (2015)

Renewed: "The Man in the High Castle" (Amazon Video)

Announced: Jan. 3, 2017

Amazon renewed its dystopian thriller for a third season.

Lorenzo Richelmy and Zhu Zhu in Marco Polo (2014)

Canceled: "Marco Polo" (Netflix)

Announced: Dec. 12, 2016

The period drama was canceled after two seasons. It marked the first Netflix Original scripted show not to be renewed for a third season.


Renewed: "Luke Cage" (Netflix)

Announced: Dec. 4, 2016

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