TV Season Renewed 2016-17

Below are all new and returning primetime shows expected to air during the 2016-17 television season (beginning with the summer of 2016).

3/16: The Expanse (Syfy) renewed for a 13-episode 3rd season, to air in 2018.

3/16: America’s Next Top Model (VH1) renewed for a 24th season (it’s 2nd since leaving the CW). Tyra Bank is

3/16: FX has ordered yet another Ryan Murphy series. Pose, a non-anthology drama examining different segments of society in 1986 New York, will launch in 2018.

3/16: 12 Monkeys (Syfy) renewed for a 4th and final season.

3/15: Crashing (HBO) renewed for a 2nd season.

3/15: The Good Fight (CBS All Access) renewed for a 2nd season.

3/15: Legion (FX) renewed for a 2nd season.

3/14: Big Hero 6 (Disney XD) renewed for a 2nd season ahead of its fall debut.

3/13: CBS has ordered The Big Bang Theory spinoff Young Sheldon for next season.

3/13: A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix) has been renewed for a 2nd season.

3/10: Mr Robot‘s (USA) 3rd season has been pushed back to October.

3/10: The 100 (CW) renewed for a 5th season.

3/10: Schitt’s Creek (Pop) renewed for a 4th season.

3/9: Mercy Street (PBS) canceled after 2 seasons.

3/9: Baskets (FX) renewed for a 3rd season.

3/8: Billions (Showtime) renewed for a 3rd season.

3/8: Taboo (FX) renewed for an 8-episode 2nd season.

3/7: Riverdale (CW) renewed for a 2nd season.

3/7: The Night Manager (AMC) looks like it will return for a 2nd season, though it is not yet official. (It is currently in development.)

3/4: One Day at a Time (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season.

3/3: Star Wars Rebels (Disney XD) renewed for a 4th season, to air this fall.

3/1: Eyewitness (USA) canceled after 1 season.

2/28: Feud (FX) renewed ahead of its series premiere this weekend. Next year’s 2nd season will focus on the ending of the marriage between Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

2/27: Showtime has ordered a 2nd season of political documentary series The Circus, to focus on the Trump administration’s first 100 days. It debuts in March.

2/27: Incorporated (Syfy) canceled after 1 season.

2/27: Drama series Fortitude, which was renewed for a 2nd season by Pivot but has been unable to air since Pivot has ceased broadcasting, is jumping to Amazon. The 2nd season will stream later this year.

2/24: Doubt (CBS) canceled after just 2 episodes aired; future episodes have been pulled from the schedule.

2/23: Six (History) renewed for a 10-episode 2nd season.

2/22: Star (Fox) renewed for a 2nd season.

2/22: Lethal Weapon (Fox) renewed for a 2nd season.

2/21: The Mick (Fox) renewed for a 2nd season.

2/16: The Royals (E!) renewed for a 4th season.

2/15: The previously announced 3rd season of Outlander (Starz) won’t begin until September.

2/15: Goliath (Amazon) renewed for a 2nd season.

2/15: Tangled: The Series (Disney) renewed for a 2nd season ahead of its series premiere next month.

2/14: Superstore (NBC) renewed for a 22-episode 3rd season.

2/14: Amazon has ordered 10 episodes of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, a sci-fi anthology based on Dick’s short stories, from Battlestar Galactica‘s Ronald D. Moore and Bryan Cranston.

2/13: Lucifer (Fox) renewed for a 3rd season.

2/10: ABC has renewed all three of its “TGIT” dramas, Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away With Murder, and Scandal.

2/9: MTV has canceled first-year comedies Loosely Exactly Nicole and Mary + Jane.

2/9: Channel Zero (Syfy) renewed for 2 additional seasons (its 3rd and 4th) ahead of its 2nd season premiere.

2/9: Trollhunters (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season, to stream later this year.

2/8: Amazon has ordered 10 episodes of Too Old To Die Young, a new drama series from Nicolas Winding Refn.

2/8: Travelers (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season.

2/8: Love (Netflix) renewed for a 3rd season a month prior to its 2nd season debut.

2/8: The OA (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season.

2/2: Please Like Me (Hulu) canceled after 4 seasons.

2/2: Skylanders Academy (Netflix) renewed for a 3rd season ahead of 2nd season premiere.

2/1: Cold Justice, which aired for three seasons on TNT (ending in 2015), has been revived by Oxygen for new episodes beginning this summer.

1/31: Night Train with Wyatt Cenac (Seeso) renewed for a 2nd season.

1/30: The Good Place (NBC) renewed for a 13-episode 2nd season.

1/30: So You Think You Can Dance (Fox) renewed for a 14th season, which will return to the show’s original format.

1/30: OWN has canceled the sitcoms Love Thy Neighbor and For Better or Worse. Each one will air one final season this year.

1/30: Mozart in the Jungle (Amazon) renewed for a 4th season.

1/30: Red Oaks (Amazon) renewed for a 3rd and final season, to stream later in 2017.

1/25: The upcoming 5th season of Young & Hungry (Freeform) has been extended by 10 episodes (to 20 total).

1/25: The Middle (ABC) renewed for a 9th season.

1/24: Netflix is rebooting Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. The reality series originally ran on Bravo for 100 episodes beginning in 2003.

1/24: The Librarians (TNT) renewed for a 4th season.

1/24: Top Chef (Bravo) renewed for a 15th season.

1/23: Amazon has canceled Highston, a new comedy previously ordered to series that had been expected to debut this year.

1/19: Sneaky Pete (Amazon) renewed for a 2nd season.

1/18: This Is Us (NBC) renewed for 2 additional seasons, its 2nd and 3rd.

1/18: Major Crimes (TNT) renewed for a shorter (13-episode) 6th season.

1/18: NBC has ordered a 10-episode revival of sitcom Will & Grace for next season.

1/18: Season 1 of new game show The Wall (NBC) has been extended by 20 episodes.

1/14: Portlandia (IFC) will return for an 8th and final season in 2018.

1/14: Good Behavior (TNT) renewed for a 2nd season, to air this fall.

1/13: Nobodies (TV Land) renewed for a 2nd season ahead of its series debut in March.

1/13: Mars (Nat Geo) renewed for a 2nd season.

1/13: StartUp (Crackle) renewed fora 2nd season.

1/13: Drunk History (Comedy Central) renewed for a 5th season.

1/12: The 2nd season of Atlanta (FX) has been delayed to 2018 due to Donald Glover’s film schedule.

1/12: FX has extended the renewal for American Horror Story by two additional seasons, meaning the show will now run through season 9 in 2019.

1/11: Fox is reviving the classic dating show Love Connection as a summer series hosted by Andy Cohen.

1/11: Empire (Fox) renewed for a 4th season.

1/11: Fox has picked up an extra 4 episodes for new comedy The Mick.

1/11: Fox announced that both Wayward Pines and X-Files could return in the future, though neither will air this year.

1/10: Beyond (Freeform) renewed for a 2nd season.

1/10: The Fosters (Freeform) renewed for a 5th season.

1/9: The Affair (Showtime) renewed for a 4th season.

1/8: The CW has given early renewals to all 7 of its returning fall shows: Arrow, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The Flash, Jane the Virgin, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and Supernatural. A decision has not yet been made on the network’s remaining programs.

1/6: CBS has extended new sitcoms Great Indoors and Man With a Plan by three episodes each (to 22 total) and Kevin Can Wait by an extra two episodes (to 24).

1/5: Those Who Can’t (truTV) renewed for a 3rd season.

1/5: Girl Meets World (Disney) canceled after 3 seasons.

1/3: The Man in the High Castle (Amazon) renewed for a 3rd season.

12/24: Fuller House (Netflix) renewed for a 3rd season.

12/20: Blunt Talk (Starz) canceled after 2 seasons.

12/19: Shooter (USA) renewed for a 2nd season.

12/19: Take My Wife (Seeso) renewed for a 2nd season.

12/19: Shameless (Showtime) renewed for a 12-episode 8th season.

12/15: Haters Back Off (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season.

12/13: ABC has extended the current seasons of Black-ish, The Goldbergs, Speechless, Fresh Off the Boat, The Middle, and American Housewife to 23 (or, for the first two on the list, 24) episodes each.

12/13: Salem (WGN) canceled after 3 seasons. The remaining 5 episodes will wrap up the story.

12/13: Impastor (TV Land) canceled after 2 seasons.

12/13: TBS has renewed its new comedies Search Party and People of Earth. Each will air a 10-episode 2nd season in 2017.

12/13: Stan Against Evil (IFC) renewed for a 2nd season.

12/12: Marco Polo (Netflix) canceled after 2 seasons. It’s the first Netflix original series to be canceled so soon.

12/12: Bajilion Dollar Propertie$ (Seeso) renewed for 2 additional seasons, its 3rd and 4th. Season 3 is in production and will debut in the spring.

12/8: The canceled Cinemax series Strike Back has been revived for a 5th season, though it will feature an entirely different cast. It may not air until 2018.

12/7: Reign (CW) canceled. The 4th (and now final) season will still air next year as scheduled.

12/7: Adam Ruins Everything (TruTV) renewed for a 16-episode 2nd season. The Carbonaro Effect also renewed for a 3rd season.

12/5: Million Dollar Extreme (Adult Swim) canceled after 1 season.

12/4: Marvel’s Luke Cage (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season.

12/2: Good Girls Revolt (Amazon) canceled after 1 season.

11/30: Masters of Sex (Showtime) canceled after 4 seasons.

11/29: CBS has opted not to extend The Odd Couple‘s 3rd season beyond 13 episodes.

11/29: Z Nation (Syfy) renewed for a 4th season.

11/21: CBS will not order additional episodes of new drama Pure Genius beyond its original 13-episode order. The show is not yet officially canceled, however.

11/21: Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party (VH1) renewed for a 2nd season.

11/21: Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (BBC America) renewed for a 10-episode 2nd season, to air in 2017.

11/18: Hart of the City (Comedy Central) renewed for a 2nd season.

11/17: The Night Shift (NBC) renewed for a 4th season.

11/17: Epix has renewed new series Berlin Station and Graves. Both will return for 10-episode 2nd seasons in late 2017.

11/16: Duck Dynasty (A&E) will end after its current 11th season concludes in April.

11/16: The CW has opted against extending newcomers No Tomorrow and Frequency beyond their original 13-episode orders. No decision has been made about either show’s renewal for a 2nd season.

11/16: Full Frontal With Samantha Bee (TBS) renewed for a 2nd season. The show will move to Wednesdays in January.

11/14: ABC has ordered Marvel’s The Inhumans, which will debut in the fall of 2017. The first two episodes will screen in IMAX theaters next summer prior to their TV debut.

11/14: HBO has renewed Westworld, Insecure, and Divorce. All three new programs will return for a 2nd season next year (though there’s a chance Westworld could be delayed until 2018).

11/14: CBS has given near-full-season pickups to new shows The Great Indoors and Man With a Plan (each extended to 19 episodes) as well as sophomore drama Code Black (16 episodes).

11/14: One Mississippi (Amazon) renewed for a 2nd season.

11/11: Not Safe With Nikki Glaser (Comedy Central) canceled after 1 season.

11/8: Conviction (ABC) effectively became the first new fall show to be canceled when ABC declined to pick up the second half of its debut season. The network will keep the show on the air until all 13 filmed episodes have aired.

11/8: Dead of Summer (Freeform) canceled after 1 season.

11/7: Amazon has reportedly ordered 2 seasons of an untitled David O. Russell crime drama series starring Julianne Moore and Robert De Niro. All 16 episodes will be written and directed by Russell.

11/7: TVLand has ordered 12 episodes of 1970s dramedy American Woman, starring Alicia Silverstone.

11/7: Canceled WB animated series Young Justice will return for a 3rd season on a yet-to-be-determined network.

11/7: Decker: Unclassified (Adult Swim) renewed for a 2nd season.

11/4: American Housewife (ABC) extended (by 9 episodes) to a full season of 22 episodes. Fellow ABC comedy The Real O’Neals was extended by just 3 episodes (to 16 total).

11/4: Any Given Wednesday with Bill Simmons (HBO) canceled in its 1st season.

11/4: The Simpsons (Fox) renewed for 2 additional seasons, its 29th and 30th. At some point during that run, the show will overtake Gunsmoke with the most episodes for one series in TV history.

11/3: Workaholics (Comedy Central) will end with next year’s 7th season.

11/2: Longmire (Netflix) renewed for a 6th and final season, to stream in 2017.

11/1: Timeless (NBC) has had its 1st season extended to 16 episodes.

10/31: Fox has given a full-season pickup to Lucifer, extending its 2nd season to 22 episodes.

10/28: Fox has cut the first-season order of upcoming comedy Making History to just 9 episodes.

10/27: Nightcap (Pop) renewed for a 2nd season ahead of its series debut next month.

10/27: Young & Hungry (Freeform) renewed for a 5th season, to debut in 2017.

10/25: Netflix has renewed its upcoming drama series Frontier for a 2nd season ahead of its debut in 2017.

10/25: Notorious (ABC) has had its 1st season cut to just 10 episodes (from 13). The show has not yet been canceled, however.

10/24: The CW has renewed Masters of Illusion, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, and Whose Line Is It Anyway?; all three shows will return in the summer.

10/20: Guilt (Freeform) canceled after 1 season.

10/20: CBS has ordered the 13-episode asteroid apocalypse drama Salvation to air next summer.

10/19: HarmonQuest (Seeso) renewed for a 2nd season, to debut in 2017.

10/18: American Crime Story (FX) renewed for a 3rd season, which will deal with the murder of designer Gianni Versace. (The Hurricane Katrina-related 2nd season will air in 2017, though probably not until later in the year.)

10/18: The Voice (NBC) renewed for 2 seasons, its 12th and 13th.

10/17: CBS has canceled summer series American Gothic and BrainDead after 1 season.

10/17: CBS announced full-season pickups for newcomers Bull, MacGyver, and Kevin Can Wait. Each will now run for 22 episodes this season.

10/17: Difficult People (Hulu) renewed for a 10-episode 3rd season, to stream in 2017.

10/17: Bosch (Amazon) renewed for a 4th season ahead of its S3 premiere next year.

10/16: The Walking Dead (AMC) renewed for an 8th season ahead of its S7 premiere.

10/14: Sundance has officially picked up the 2nd season of Deutschland 83 (to be titled Deutschland86) for broadcast in the U.S. in 2018.

10/14: Scream (MTV) has been renewed for a very short (6-episode) 3rd season.

10/14: Van Helsing (Syfy) renewed for a 13-episode 2nd season.

10/13: This Is Not Happening (Comedy Central) renewed for a 4th season ahead of its S3 premiere tonight.

10/12: Lethal Weapon (Fox) has received a full-season order, with its debut season increasing by 5 to 18 total episodes.

10/11: Murder in the First (TNT) canceled after 3 seasons.

10/10: Halt and Catch Fire (AMC) renewed for a 4th and final season.

10/7: Ash vs. Evil Dead (Starz) renewed for a 3rd season.

10/7: @midnight with Chris Hardwick (Comedy Central) renewed for a 4th season.

10/6: Stitchers (Freeform) renewed for a 3rd season.

10/4: American Horror Story (FX) renewed for a 7th season.

10/3: ABC has ordered a primetime revival of 1970s game show The Gong Show.

10/1: Aquarius (NBC) canceled after 2 seasons.

9/30: Fox has ordered a new version of Gordon Ramsay’s UK reality/cooking series The F Word for 2017. Each episode will air live.

9/30: FX has ordered 10 episodes of the John Singleton-produced Snowfall, a drug drama set in the early 1980s, to debut in 2017.

9/29: ABC has picked up newcomers Designated Survivor and Speechless for a full (22-episode) season.

9/29: Adventure Time (Cartoon Network) will end with its 9th season, which will air in 2018.

9/28: You’re the Worst (FXX) renewed for a 4th season, to air in 2017.

9/28: NBC has ordered Little Big Shots: Forever Young, a spinoff from reality series Little Big Shots that will feature senior citizens.

9/28: High Maintenance renewed for a 2nd season on HBO.

9/28: United Shades of America (CNN) renewed for a 2nd season, to air in 2017.

9/27: NBC has picked up newcomer This Is Us for a full season, increasing its season 1 total from 13 to 18 episodes.

9/27: The Strain (FX) renewed for a 4th and final season, to air next summer.

9/27: Amazon has picked up all 3 of its recent pilots to series. The Tick, I Love Dick, and Jean-Claude Van Johnson will all debut in 2017.

9/26: Born This Way (A&E) renewed.

9/23: Superstore (NBC) has been given a full season order, expanding its current 2nd season from 13 to 22 episodes.

9/23: Ride with Norman Reedus (AMC) renewed for a 2nd season, to air in 2017.

9/23: The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail (Comedy Central) will end after the upcoming 3rd season.

9/22: Better Late Than Never (NBC) renewed for a 2nd season.

9/22: Dice (Showtime) renewed for a 7-episode 2nd season, to air in 2017.

9/22: Odd Mom Out (Bravo) renewed for a 10-episode 3rd season, to air in 2017.

9/21: CBS has finally greenlit its long-gestating comedy series Superior Donuts, based on the play by Tracy Letts. The 13-episode first season will launch in midseason with stars Jermaine Fowler, Katey Sagal, David Koechner, and Judd Hirsch.

9/21: Comedy Central has given a series order to Problematic, a new weekly talk show hosted by comedian Moshe Kasher. It will debut in 2017.

9/20: FX has renewed new comedies Atlanta and Better Things.

9/19: Flowers (Seeso) renewed for a 2nd season.

9/16: Roadies (Showtime) canceled after 1 season.

9/15: Hand of God (Amazon) canceled. The 2nd season will still stream next year.

9/15: Netflix has ordered 10 episodes of She’s Gotta Have It, based on Spike Lee’s movie. Lee himself will direct every episode of the series, which was originally headed to Showtime.

9/14: CBS All Access has delayed the launch of Star Trek: Discovery from January to May 2017.

9/14: Bloodline (Netflix) will end with next year’s 3rd season, which has also been shortened to 10 episodes.

9/13: Regular Show (Cartoon Network) will end after the upcoming 8th season.

9/12: American Ninja Warrior renewed for a 6th season (on NBC) and 9th season (on Esquire).

9/10: Mistresses (ABC) canceled after 4 seasons.

9/10: Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll (FX) canceled after 2 seasons.

9/9: Hell’s Kitchen (Fox) renewed for 2 additional seasons, its 17th and 18th.

9/9: Hulu has ordered 13 episodes of Future Man, a time-travel comedy from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg that will star Josh Hutcherson and Eliza Coupe.

9/8: After being renewed for a 4th season a few months ago, The Last Ship (TNT) has now been extended through season 5.

9/7: Tyrant (FX) canceled after 3 seasons. Tonight’s episode will be the series finale.

9/6: Queen of the South (USA) renewed for a 2nd season.

9/6: Narcos (Netflix) renewed for 2 additional seasons, its 3rd (to stream in 2017) and 4th.

9/2: Feed the Beast (AMC) canceled after 1 season.

9/1: Devious Maids (Lifetime) canceled after 4 seasons.

9/1: Syfy has renewed Killjoys and Dark Matter; each will return for a 3rd season in 2017.

9/1: Too Close to Home (TLC) renewed for a 2nd season.

8/31: Stranger Things (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season, to stream in 2017.

8/29: Grimm (NBC) canceled. The short 6th season will still air, beginning in January.

8/29: Pretty Little Liars (Freeform) has been canceled and will end with the current 7th season. The final 10 episodes will begin in April.

8/24: Survivor’s Remorse (Starz) renewed for a 4th season.

8/22: The Jim Gaffigan Show (TV Land) canceled after 2 seasons.

8/22: Netflix has ordered 8 episodes of the Nick Stoller-directed comedy series Friends From College, starring Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders, and Fred Savage.

8/18: Comedy Bang! Bang! (IFC) canceled after 5 seasons. The second half of season 5 will still air in October.

8/18: Seeso has ordered second seasons of Hidden America with Jonah Ray, The Cyanide & Happiness Show, and Big Jay Oakerson’s What’s Your F@%king Deal?! for 2017.

8/16: I Am Cait (E!) canceled after 2 seasons.

8/16: Mr. Robot (USA) renewed for a 3rd season.

8/16: Amazon has officially ordered 10 episodes of Jack Ryan, based on Tom Clancy’s books. John Krasinski will star.

8/15: Last Chance U (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season.

8/15: The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore (Comedy Central) has been canceled. The final episode will air Thursday (August 18).

8/11: Ray Donovan (Showtime) renewed for a 12-episode 5th season.

8/10: Big Brother (CBS) renewed through season 20, which will air next summer. The show was already renewed for a 19th season (to stream this fall on CBS All Access) earlier this month.

8/10: Zoo (CBS) renewed for a 3rd season.

8/10: Party Over Here (Fox) canceled after 1 season.

8/9: Coupled (Fox) canceled after 1 season.

8/5: Girlfriends Guide to Divorce (Bravo), previously renewed through its 5th season, will now come to an end with that 5th season.

8/4: HBO has ordered Room 104, a comedy anthology from the Duplass brothers, for 2017.

8/4: ABC has renewed primetime game shows Celebrity Family Feud, Match Game and $100,000 Pyramid, which will return next summer.

8/3: Powers (PlayStation Network) canceled after 2 seasons.

8/3: Suits (USA) renewed for a 7th season.

8/3: Donny! (USA) canceled after 1 season.

8/2: Houdini and Doyle (Fox) canceled after 1 season.

8/2: America’s Got Talent (NBC) renewed for a 12th season.

8/2: CBS has added a fall season of Big Brother, which will be exclusive to its CBS All Access streaming service.

8/1: Queen Sugar (OWN) renewed for a longer (16-episode) 2nd season ahead of its September debut.

8/1: The Girlfriend Experience (Starz) renewed for a 2nd season.

8/1: Rogue (DirecTV/AT&T) renewed for a 4th and final season, to air in the spring.

7/31: The A Word (Sundance) renewed for a 2nd season.

7/31: The Last Ship (TNT) renewed for a 13-episode 4th season.

7/30: HBO confirmed that Game of Thrones would end with its 8th season. Season 7 will air next summer.

7/30: Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO) has been renewed through 2018, which will encompass the show’s 15th and 16th seasons.

7/29: American Grit (Fox) renewed for a 2nd season.

7/28: Ballers (HBO) renewed for a 3rd season.

7/28: Flaked (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season.

7/27: Netflix has also renewed Real Rob (for 8 episodes) and talk show Chelsea (for 90 episodes).

7/27: Amazon has ordered its recent pilot The Last Tycoon to series (and has passed on the other pilot, The Interestings).

7/27: Lady Dynamite (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season.

7/27: Still the King (CMT) renewed for a 2nd season.

7/26: Project Greenlight (HBO) canceled.

7/25: Turn: Washington’s Spies (AMC) renewed for a 4th and final season of 10 episodes, to air in 2017.

7/24: Netflix has acquired the rights to the upcoming 14-episode revival of Mystery Science Theater 3000.

7/23: Wynonna Earp (Syfy) renewed for a 10-episode 2nd season.

7/23: The Vampire Diaries (CW) will conclude with the upcoming 8th season.

7/22: A&E confirmed that Bates Motel will end with next year’s 5th season.

7/22: BoJack Horseman (Netflix) renewed for a 4th season.

7/22: Voltron Legendary Defender (Netflix) renewed for a 2nd season, to stream later this year.

7/22: Legends of Chamberlain Heights (Comedy Central) renewed for a 2nd season ahead of its series debut in September.

7/22: Impractical Jokers (truTV) renewed for a 26-episode 6th season.

7/21: Marvel’s Daredevil (Netflix) renewed for a 3rd season.

7/21: Teen Wolf (MTV) canceled; the upcoming 6th season will be the show’s last.

7/20: Black Sails (Starz) canceled; next year’s 4th season will be the show’s last.

7/20: DirecTV/AT&T has ordered 10 episodes of Loudermilk, a new comedy from Peter Farrelly.

7/19: Power (Starz) renewed for 2 additional seasons, the show’s 4th and 5th.

7/19: Netflix has ordered a 2nd season of Making a Murderer, to focus on new developments in the same case.

7/18: HBO confirmed that next year’s 7th season of Game of Thrones will not air until summer (rather than its usual spring start), and will run for just 7 episodes.

7/15: NBC has ordered 8 episodes of new anthology series Law & Order: True Crime. The first season will present a fictionalized look at the Menendez brothers murder trial.

7/13: Netflix has ordered 20 episodes of Chuck Lorre’s new cannabis dispensary comedy Disjointed. Kathy Bates will star.

7/13: Bloodline (Netflix) renewed for a 10-episode 3rd season.

7/12: Catastrophe (Channel 4/Amazon) renewed for two additional seasons in the UK, the show’s 3rd and 4th. Both will presumably also come to Amazon in the US, in 2017 and 2018.

7/11: Maron (IFC) canceled after 4 seasons. The series finale airs Wednesday.

7/8: Hunters (Syfy) canceled after 1 season.

7/7: Chrisley Knows Best (USA) renewed for a 5th season.

7/6: Please Like Me (Pivot) renewed for a 4th season, to air in November.

7/6: Poldark (BBC/PBS) renewed for a 3rd season. The 2nd season has yet to air in the U.S. (but should this fall).

7/6: Uncle Buck (ABC) canceled after 1 season.

7/6: Animal Kingdom (TNT) renewed for a 2nd season.

7/6: TBS has renewed comedies Angie Tribeca (for a 3rd season) and Wrecked (for a 2nd). Both shows will return in 2017 with 10 new episodes.

6/29: Netflix has ordered a remake of Lost in Space. 10 episodes will stream in 2018.

6/29: 12 Monkeys (Syfy) renewed for a 3rd season. It’ll be a bit shorter (just 10 episodes instead of 13).

6/29: Preacher (AMC) renewed for a longer (13-episode) 2nd season.

6/28: Top Gear USA (History) canceled after 6 seasons. The finale airs tonight.

6/27: Baby Daddy (Freeform) renewed for a 6th season.

6/27: Hap and Leonard (Sundance) renewed for a 2nd season.

6/24: The UCB Show (Seeso) renewed for a 2nd season.

6/23: Casual (Hulu) renewed for a 13-episode 3rd season.

6/22: HBO has canceled Vinyl after all, despite previously renewing the drama for a 2nd season (which now will not be filmed).

6/21: Archer (FX) renewed for 3 additional seasons, its 8th, 9th, and 10th. Each will run for 8 episodes.

6/20: Penny Dreadful (Showtime) canceled after 3 seasons.

6/16: Orphan Black (BBC America) will end with a 10-episode 5th (final) season in 2017.

6/14: Younger (TV Land) renewed for a 4th season well ahead of its season 3 debut this fall.

6/14: Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO) will return for a 9th season, likely in 2017 at the earliest (though no date has been given).

6/13: Idiotsitter (Comedy Central) renewed for a 10-episode 2nd season, to air in 2017.

6/13: Netflix has ordered Big Mouth, a new animated comedy series from Nick Kroll that will also include the voices of John Mulaney, Jason Mantzoukas, Jenny Slate, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, and more.

6/10: ABC’s canceled series Nashville has been revived for a full (22-episode) 5th season by CMT. Reruns of each episode will air the following day on Hulu.

6/6: CBS has added one more new show to its 2016-17 schedule by picking up 13 episodes of the international production Ransom, from Frank Spotnitz (The Man in the High Castle).

6/5: Deadbeat (Hulu) canceled after 3 seasons.

6/3: Lopez (TV Land) renewed for a 2nd season.

6/2: HBO has ordered Barry, a new comedy series from Bill Hader and Silicon Valley‘s Alec Berg, for the 2017-18 season. Hader stars alongside Henry Winkler and Stephen Root.

6/2: Good Witch (Hallmark) renewed for a 3rd season.

6/2: UnReal (Lifetime) renewed for a 3rd season ahead of its S2 premiere.

6/2: Cleverman (Sundance) renewed for a 2nd season.

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