TV Series Tracker: 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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Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis in Billions (2016)

Renewed: "Billions"

Announced: April 26, 2018

In the middle of "Billions" Season 3, Showtime announced that it has picked up the drama series for a fourth season on the network.

Tim Robbins and Holly Hunter in Here and Now (2018)

Canceled: "Here and Now"

Announced: April 25, 2018

HBO bid farewell to "Here and Now," created by Alan Ball, after its single season of 10 episodes.

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

Renewed: "Jack Ryan"

Announced: April 24, 2018

With John Krasinski's starring turn in A Quiet Place proving successful, Amazon Studios picked up a second season of this Krasinski-led series. And if you're like, "Wait a second ... " — yes, the announcement comes more than four months before the Season 1 premiere on Aug. 31, 2018.

Aaron Paul in The Path (2016)

Canceled: "The Path"

Announced: April 24, 2018

Season 3 of this drama, which concluded on March 28, 2018, will be its last, Hulu announced.

Arlen Escarpeta in The Oath (2018)

Renewed: "The Oath"

Announced: April 24, 2018

Sony's Crackle streaming service has renewed its crime-underworld drama for a second season.

Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish in The Last O.G. (2018)

Renewed: "The Last O.G." and "Search Party"

Announced: April 23, 2018

TBS has picked up two of its comedies for an additional season. "The Last O.G." will get a second season, and "Search Party" will move on to Season 3.

Ellen Pompeo and Camilla Luddington in Grey's Anatomy (2005)

Renewed: "Grey's Anatomy"

Announced: April 20, 2018

ABC has ordered a 15th season of its long-running, Seattle-based hospital drama — and there may be more where that came from. Earlier in 2018, ABC inked star Ellen Pompeo to a two-year contract extension, which would hint at a potential Season 16, as well.

Bruce Campbell in Ash vs Evil Dead (2015)

Canceled: "Ash vs Evil Dead"

Announced: April 20, 2018

Starz has canceled Bruce Campbell's The Evil Dead follow-up series after three seasons. The show's Season 3 finale on April 29, 2018, will serve as the series finale.

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

Renewed: "Blue Bloods, "Bull," "Hawaii 5-0," "MacGyver," "Madam Secretary," "NCIS: Los Angeles," and "NCIS: New Orleans"

Announced: April 18, 2018

In addition to picking up four of its reality and news series, CBS has ordered additional seasons for seven of its dramas. These include: "Blue Bloods" (Season 9), "Bull" (Season 3), "Hawaii 5-0" (Season 9), "MacGyver" (Season 3), "Madam Secretary" (Season 5), "NCIS: Los Angeles" (Season 10), and "NCIS: New Orleans" (Season 5).

Regina King in Seven Seconds (2018)

Canceled: "Seven Seconds"

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"

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.

Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin in Homeland (2011)

Not returning: "Homeland"

Announced: April 18, 2018

Season 8 of Showtime's long-running CIA/international-intrigue drama will be its last, star Claire Danes announced. With Season 7 wrapping up in 2018, Season 8 is set to premiere in 2019 or later.

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

Renewed: "NCIS"

Announced: April 13, 2018

CBS will make it a sweet 16 seasons for "NCIS" after announcing that it has extended the run of the procedural, which debuted in 2003. Star and executive producer Mark Harmon also is confirmed to return.

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

Renewed: "On My Block"

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.

Krysten Ritter in Jessica Jones (2015)

Renewed: "Jessica Jones"

Announced: April 12, 2018

About a month after Netflix unleashed Season 2 of this superhero-turned-PI series, the streaming service announced that the Marvel show will have a third season on the network.

Martin Starr, Zach Woods, Thomas Middleditch, and Kumail Nanjiani in Silicon Valley (2014)

Renewed: "Silicon Valley"

Announced: April 12, 2018

HBO announced it has renewed this ensemble tech-world comedy for a sixth season.

Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer in Broad City (2014)

Renewed: "Broad City"

Announced: April 12, 2018

Comedy Central has picked up a fifth season of this New York-based (and briefly Florida-based) series. Season 5, however, will be the show's last — and it won't premiere until 2019. Stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson are attached to development of three additional series with the network, as well.

Ron Livingston, Laura Mennell, Will Sasso, and Anja Savcic in Loudermilk (2017)

Renewed: "Loudermilk"

Announced: April 12, 2018

The Audience Network has placed a 10-episode order for a second season of this comedy. It is set to air in fall 2018.

Bill Hader and Stephen Root in Barry (2018)

Renewed: "Barry"

Announced: April 12, 2018

Just a few episodes into its premiere season, this comedy, starring "Saturday Night Live" alumnus Bill Hader, received a Season 2 order from HBO.

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.

Anika Noni Rose in The Quad (2017)

Canceled: "The Quad"

Announced: April 9, 2018

BET announced the cancellation of this college-set drama shortly after the end of its second season.

Allison Janney and Anna Faris in Mom (2013)

Renewed: "Mom"

Announced: April 8, 2018

Having recently celebrated its 100th episode, the CBS comedy "Mom" will move on to its sixth season with the network.

Sydney Sweeney, Rio Mangini, Elijah Stevenson, and Quinn Liebling in Everything Sucks! (2018)

Canceled: "Everything Sucks!"

Announced: April 6, 2018

Netflix has canceled this '90s-nostalgia high school comedy/drama after its lone season.

Gael García Bernal and Lola Kirke in Mozart in the Jungle (2014)

Canceled: "Mozart in the Jungle"

Announced: April 6, 2018

Producers Paul Weitz, Roman Coppola, Will Graham, and Jason Schwartzman announced that Amazon will not pick up a fifth season of this Golden Globe-winning series, centered on folks in the New York Symphony.

Sandra Oh in Killing Eve (2018)

Renewed: "Killing Eve"

Announced: April 5, 2018

Days before the series debuted on BBC America, the network renewed the spy thriller — produced by Phoebe Waller-Bridge ("Fleabag") — for a second season.

David Ramsey, Willa Holland, and Stephen Amell in Arrow (2012)

Renewed: "Arrow," "The Flash," "Legends of Tomorrow," and "Supergirl"

Announced: April 2, 2018

The CW collectively gave another season to all four series in the Arrowverse: "Arrow" (Season 7), "The Flash" (Season 5), "Legends of Tomorrow" (Season 4), and "Supergirl" (Season 4).

James Kirkland, Dominique Kelley, Rajan Velu, Corey Anderson, Rachel Bloom, Joe Hall, Preston Mui, Andrew Pirozzi, and Kevin Frey in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2015)

Renewed: "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"

Announced: April 2, 2018

Shortly after The CW announced that it would renew this comedy for a fourth season, star Rachel Bloom stated that Season 4 will be the last for the show.

Nathalie Kelley and Elizabeth Gillies in Dynasty (2017)

Renewed: "Black Lightning" and "Dynasty"

Announced: April 2, 2018

The CW announced that it would pick up both of these freshman series for second seasons, as it expands to Sunday primetime programming.

Cole Sprouse, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, and K.J. Apa in Riverdale (2016)

Renewed: "Jane the Virgin," "Riverdale," and "Supernatural"

Announced: April 2, 2018

Rounding out the 10 series it renewed in early April, The CW gave a fifth season to "Jane the Virgin," a third season to "Riverdale," and a 14th season to "Supernatural."

John Goodman and Roseanne Barr in Roseanne (2018)

Renewed: "Roseanne"

Announced: March 30, 2018

Hot on the heels of its two-episode premiere in March 2018, ABC's "Roseanne" revival received a Season 2 order from the network. The comedy's second season (11th overall) will be 13 episodes, up from nine in the first go-round for the revamp.

Joe Nieves, Cerina Vincent, Kayla Maisonet, Jenna Ortega, Isaak Presley, Ronni Hawk, Nicolas Bechtel, Malachi Barton, and Ariana Greenblatt in Stuck in the Middle (2016)

Canceled: "Stuck in the Middle"

Announced: March 30, 2018

The third season of this Disney Channel comedy, starring Jenna Ortega as the middle of seven children, will be its last. Ortega is linked to the upcoming ABC pilot "Man of the House."

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.

Hank Azaria in Brockmire (2017)

Renewed: "Brockmire"

Announced: March 29, 2018

Ahead of its Season 2 premiere, this comedy — starring Hank Azaria as a post-breakdown baseball announcer — has been picked up for its third and fourth seasons, IFC announced.

David Boreanaz in SEAL Team (2017)

Renewed: "SEAL Team" and "S.W.A.T."

Announced: March 27, 2018

CBS has renewed both freshman special-forces dramas for second seasons.

Roxanne McKee and Alin Sumarwata in Strike Back (2010)

Renewed: "Strike Back"

Announced: March 27, 2018

Shortly before this series wrapped up its fifth season for Cinemax, the network renewed it for Season 6. The drama about a special-ops team had debuted on Sky in the U.K.

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

As anticipated, Netflix announced that it 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 and Debra Messing in Will & Grace (1998)

Renewed: "Will & Grace"

Announced: March 17, 2018

The "Will & Grace" revival will extend to a third season, NBC announced. This would mark 11 overall seasons for the comedy series — eight in its first run, with Season 9 concluding in spring 2018 and now Seasons 10 and 11 to come.

Mackenzie Crook and Kelly Reilly in Britannia (2017)

Renewed: "Britannia"

Announced: March 16, 2018

The Amazon Originals/Sky TV co-production "Britannia" will return for a second season on Sky Atlantic. A second season on Amazon Prime has yet to be announced.

Bill Pullman and Jessica Biel in The Sinner (2017)

Renewed: "The Sinner"

Announced: March 16, 2018

USA has renewed this crime drama — albeit likely without its top-billed star. While Season 1's six-episode run focused on Jessica Biel's character and the aftermath of her violence, Season 2 will follow Bill Pullman's Det. Harry Ambrose and his investigation of a murder in upstate New York. Biel will return as an executive producer only, per reports.

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 Season 3's first episode.

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. Plans are underway for a full-length movie, however.

Omari Hardwick and Naturi Naughton in Power (2014)

Renewed: "Power"

Announced: March 13, 2018

Starz has ordered a sixth season of its popular drama. The series previously had been picked up for another two-season run, with Season 5 slated to premiere on July 1, 2018.

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

Canceled: "The Librarians"

Announced: March 8, 2018

TNT will not renew its librarian fantasy-adventure series after four seasons. Star Noah Wyle previously had been linked to an upcoming pilot. Show-runner Dean Devlin left the door open for the show finding a new home elsewhere.

Freddie Highmore in The Good Doctor (2017)

Renewed: "The Good Doctor"

Announced: March 7, 2018

ABC's freshman hit "The Good Doctor," which stars Freddie Highmore a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome, has been renewed for a second season.

Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Annie Murphy, and Dan Levy in Schitt's Creek (2015)

Renewed: "Schitt's Creek"

Announced: March 6, 2018

The Pop network announced that it has renewed this comedy for a 14-episode Season 5 that will debut in winter 2019.

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 its science-fiction anthology series. Rumors of spinoffs for popular episodes such as "USS Callister" still abound.

Djimon Hounsou in Wayward Pines (2015)

Canceled: "Wayward Pines"

Announced: Feb. 27, 2018

Fox has canceled M. Night Shyamalan's mystery sci-fi drama after two seasons.

Summer Bishil and Hale Appleman in The Magicians (2015)

Renewed: "The Magicians"

Announced: Feb. 27, 2018

Syfy has renewed this drama about young people with magic powers for a 13-episode Season 4, which will debut in 2019.

Matt Ingebretson and Jake Weisman in Corporate (2018)

Renewed: "Corporate"

Announced: Feb. 26, 2018

After performance reviews, Comedy Central announced it will pick up a second season of this half-hour dark comedy about junior executives in a less-than-ideal working environment.

Holland Roden and Cathal Pendred in Lore (2017)

Renewed: "Lore"

Announced: Feb. 26, 2018

Amazon announced that it is planning on a second season of this horror anthology.

America Ferrera, Ben Feldman, Colton Dunn, Nichole Bloom, and Nico Santos in Superstore (2015)

Renewed: "Superstore"

Announced: Feb. 21, 2018

As this comedy rounds into the home stretch of Season 3, NBC announced its renewal for a fourth season.

Darrell Thorne, Ben Sinclair, and Machine Dazzle in High Maintenance (2016)

Renewed: "High Maintenance" and "Crashing"

Announced: Feb. 21, 2018

HBO has announced renewals of these two New York-based, half-hour comedies for third seasons. Each began its second season in January 2018.

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

Renewed: "Grace and Frankie"

Announced: Feb. 14, 2018

On Valentine's Day, Netflix announced that it would pick up a fifth season of this comedy.

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 its lone two-part season.

Arielle Kebbel, Yul Vazquez, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Dylan Bruce, and François Arnaud in Midnight, Texas (2017)

Renewed: "Midnight, Texas"

Announced: Feb. 14, 2018

NBC announced a second season of this drama from "True Blood" author Charlaine Harris' vampire trilogy. The show will get new show-runners for Season 2.

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 rejoin the show 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.

Dania Ramirez in Once Upon a Time (2011)

Canceled: "Once Upon a Time"

Announced: Feb. 6, 2018

Season 7 of this Disney drama will be its last, as ABC has announced that the heavily rebooted series will not return after its current season ends.

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.

Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle in Suits (2011)

Renewed: "Suits"

Announced: Jan. 30, 2018

USA Network has renewed the legal drama for an eighth season and confirmed Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle will depart the series at the end of its seventh season. The second half of Season 7 is set to premiere on March 28.

Andrew Dice Clay in Dice (2016)

Canceled: "Dice"

Announced: Jan. 30, 2018

Showtime has canceled Andrew Dice Clay’s semi-autobiographical comedy series after two seasons.

Michael Epps, Alex R. Hibbert, and Shamon Brown Jr. in The Chi (2018)

Renewed: "The Chi"

Announced: Jan. 30, 2018

Lena Waithe's "The Chi" has been renewed for a second season on Showtime.

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

Renewed: "Fuller House"

Announced: Jan. 29, 2018

Netflix has renewed "Fuller House" for a fourth season. Part one of "Fuller House" Season 3 premiered in September, with the second part debuting in December.

Patton Oswalt in Happy! (2017)

Renewed: "Happy!"

Announced: Jan. 29, 2018

Syfy has announced its renewal of this offbeat series starring Christopher Meloni as a hitman and Patton Oswalt as the voice of his blue horse friend. Season 1 had debuted in December 2017.

Killian Scott in Damnation (2017)

Canceled: "Damnation"

Announced: Jan. 25, 2018

USA Network has canceled "Damnation," the drama set in 1930s middle America, after one season.

Yara Shahidi in Grown-ish (2018)

Renewed: "Grown-ish"

Announced: Jan. 18, 2018

There will be a sophomore year for "Grown-ish," as Freeform has ordered a second season of the "Black-ish" spinoff.

Griffin Dunne and Kathryn Hahn in I Love Dick (2016)

Canceled: "I Love Dick", "One Mississippi", and "Jean-Claude Van Johnson"

Announced: Jan. 17, 2018

Amazon has canceled three of its original series — "I Love Dick" from Jill Soloway, "One Mississippi" from Tig Notaro, and "Jean-Claude Van Johnson," a comedy starring the action-movie actor Jean-Claude Van Damme.

Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman 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.

Austin Butler in The Shannara Chronicles (2016)

Canceled: "The Shannara Chronicles"

Announced: Jan. 16, 2018

The Paramount Network, formerly known as Spike TV, has passed on this adventure series, which had formerly appeared on MTV. Reports left the door open for the show to move to another network for Season 3.

Angela Bassett, Peter Krause, Aisha Hinds, and Oliver Stark in 9-1-1 (2018)

Renewed: "9-1-1"

Announced: Jan. 16, 2018

FOX has renewed Ryan Murphy's first-responders drama for a second season.

Maria Bamford and Mo Collins in Lady Dynamite (2016)

Canceled: "Lady Dynamite"

Announced: Jan. 13, 2018

Netflix has parted ways with Maria Bamford's comedy about a woman living with bipolar disorder after a two-season, 20-episode run.

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

Renewed: "The Walking Dead"

Announced: Jan. 13, 2018

Prior to the second half of Season 8 airing, AMC renewed its long-running zombie — sorry, walker franchise hub for Season 9.

Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd in Liar (2017)

Renewed: "Liar"

Announced: Jan. 13, 2018

SundanceTV has renewed the psychological drama "Liar," which stars Joanne Froggatt ("Downton Abbey") and Ioan Gruffudd ("Fantastic Four"), for a second season.

John C. McGinley and Mick Ignis in Stan Against Evil (2016)

Renewed: "Stan Against Evil"

Announced: Jan. 12, 2018

There will be more evil demon-things to fight, as IFC has renewed this horror-comedy for Season 3.

Kate Mulgrew, Seth MacFarlane, and Wendy Schaal in American Dad! (2005)

Renewed: "American Dad!"

Announced: Jan. 11, 2018

The Seth MacFarlane animated series will stretch at least through Season 14, as TBS announced it has picked up another two seasons of the long-running show.

Hugh Laurie in Chance (2016)

Canceled: "Chance"

Announced: Jan. 9, 2018

The run of this Hugh Laurie psychological thriller on Hulu will end after two seasons, the streaming network announced.

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

Renewed: "Runaways" and "Future Man"

Announced: Jan. 8, 2018

The Marvel series "Runaways" has received a 13-episode Season 2 order on Hulu, which also picked up the Josh Hutcherson series "Future Man" for its second season.

Zoe Perry and Iain Armitage in Young Sheldon (2017)

Renewed: "Young Sheldon"

Announced: Jan. 6, 2018

CBS has renewed its freshman comedy — a spinoff prequel of "The Big Bang Theory"— for a second season.

Lea Michele and Brandon Micheal Hall in The Mayor (2017)

Canceled: "The Mayor"

Announced: Jan. 4, 2018

ABC has canceled "The Mayor," pulling the freshman comedy from its Tuesday night schedule.

Natalie Alyn Lind, Emma Dumont, and Danny Ramirez in The Gifted (2017)

Renewed: "The Gifted"

Announced: Jan. 4, 2018

Fox has renewed the X-Men Universe series for a second season.

Jake T. Austin, Cierra Ramirez, Maia Mitchell, David Lambert, and Hayden Byerly in The Fosters (2013)

Canceled: "The Fosters"

Announced: Jan. 3, 2018

Although Freeform will be ending this adoption drama after five seasons, it has ordered a spinoff with stars Cierra Ramirez and Maia Mitchell.

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

Renewed: "She's Gotta Have It"

Announced: Jan. 1, 2018

Creator Spike Lee announced that Netflix has ordered a second season of the adaptation of his 1986 film, shortly after Season 1 debuted.

Jay Pharoah in White Famous (2017)

Canceled: "White Famous"

Announced: Dec. 29, 2017

Showtime has canceled this Jay Pharoah vehicle after one season.

Nick Nolte, Rudy Giuliani, Robert Pine, and Bill Richardson in Graves (2016)

Canceled: "Graves"

Announced: Dec. 21, 2017

Another term of this Epix series, starring Nick Nolte as a former U.S. president, is not in the cards, the network announced.

Andreas Pietschmann and Louis Hofmann in Dark (2017)

Renewed: "Dark"

Announced: Dec. 20, 2017

Netflix has signed on for Season 2 of its time-travel mystery, the streaming service's first German-language series.

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

Canceled: "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency"

Announced: Dec. 18, 2017

Season 2 is the end of the road for Max Landis' mystery-comedy, with BBC America cancelling the series.

Brit Marling in The OA (2016)

Renewed: "The OA"

Announced: Dec. 17, 2017

Co-creator and star Brit Marling has confirmed Netflix has renewed "The OA" for a second season.

David Cubitt, Vincent Gale, Christopher Heyerdahl, Kelly Overton, Jonathan Scarfe, Rukiya Bernard, and Hilary Jardine in Van Helsing (2016)

Renewed: "Van Helsing"

Announced: Dec. 19, 2017

Syfy will bite off a bit more of this vampire drama by picking it up for Season 3.

Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs in Love (2016)

Canceled: "Love"

Announced: Dec. 15, 2017

Season 3 of Judd Apatow's comedy series will be its last on Netflix.

Jason Momoa in Frontier (2016)

Renewed: "Frontier"

Announced: Dec. 14, 2017

Season 3 of this Jason Momoa starrer will stream later this year, Netflix says.

Larry David and Jeff Garlin in Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000)

Renewed: "Curb Your Enthusiasm"

Announced: Dec. 14, 2017

Chances of another extended hiatus for Larry David's comedy are slim, as HBO announced it has picked it up for a 10th season.

Rami Malek in Mr. Robot (2015)

Renewed: "Mr. Robot"

Announced: Dec. 13, 2017

USA Network has renewed “Mr. Robot” for a fourth season.

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.

Ryan Phillippe and Omar Epps in Shooter (2016)

Renewed: "Shooter"

Announced: Dec. 4, 2017

Ryan Phillippe and friends will return for Season 3 of this USA Network drama.

David Harbour and Millie Bobby Brown in Stranger Things (2016)

Renewed: "Stranger Things"

Announced: Dec. 1, 2017

Netflix has ordered a third season of breakout series that takes place in Hawkins, Ind., where a government lab accidentally opened a door to another dimension, referred to as the Upside Down.

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

Canceled: "Haters Back Off!"

Announced: Dec. 1, 2017

Netflix has backed off of Colleen Ballinger's comedy and will not renew it for a third season.

Holt McCallany 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.

Frankie Shaw and Anna Chanel Reimer in SMILF (2017)

Renewed: "SMILF"

Announced: Nov. 29, 2017

Shortly into the show's first season, Showtime announced it will pick up a second season of this half-hour single-mother comedy.

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.

Ted Danson, Kristen Bell, and William Jackson Harper in The Good Place (2016)

Renewed: "The Good Place"

Announced: Nov. 21, 2017

NBC has given a third-season renewal to this comedy series.

Hayden Panettiere in Nashville (2012)

Canceled: "Nashville"

Announced: Nov. 17, 2017

The country music drama will end after its upcoming sixth season on CMT, which revived the show after it was canceled by ABC after four seasons.

Still of Billy Ray Cyrus, Madison Iseman, and Chelsea Talmadge in

Canceled: "Still the King"

Announced: Nov. 17, 2017

CMT has opted not to pick up a third season of this scripted comedy starring Billy Ray Cyrus.