It's spring cleaning time for network TV. Did you favorite show get renewed or canceled?
The Broadcast upfronts take place next week when executives from NBC, ABC, FOX, CBS and CW will announce the debut of new television shows for their fall lineup. But to make room for them, the proverbial curtain will come down on some primetime favorites.
There's nothing worse than investing your time on a new show only to find it gets cancelled before plot lines are resolved. Are you willing to forgive a network that cursed you with Prime Time blue-balls so you could give brand new shows a chance?
Some shows have officially gotten the ax, while others are still in limbo and await their fate. Here's a list so far of what has been renewed for another season. Hopefully, the settings on your DVR will not have to be compromised.
Chicago Fire: The hot firefighters return for a fifth season.
Chicago Med: The medical drama returns for a second season.
Chicago PD: There's a lot of activity in the windy city. This series got a fourth season renewal.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: At this point, it will be a crime to cancel NBC's staple series, which is getting a whopping 18th season!
Shades of Blue: Jennifer Lopez returns with this police drama for a second season.
Blindspot: The first show from the network was the first to get a full season due to high ratings out the gate. It's no surprise the show will continue for a second season.
Grimm: The supernatural drama comes back for season six.
Superstore: The new midseason comedy is returning for more laughs in store for its second season.
Scandal: People can't get enough of scandals. This popular political drama is no exception, and it will return for a sixth season.
How To Get Away With Murder: This juicy drama/thriller is coming back for season three.
Grey's Anatomy: The hit medical drama is showing no signs of slowing down. It's back for a 13th season.
The Goldbergs: The kooky family sitcom is back for season four.
Modern Family: America's favorite family is a permanent resident of ABC, and is back for yet another season.
Agents of SHIELD: The extension of the Marvel universe is doing just fine on network tv. The agents are back for another season.
Quantico: The U.S. recruits as special agents are back for a second season.
Fresh Off The Boat: The quirky family comedy set in the 90s is back for season three.
The Real O'Neals: America was won over by the lovable fractured-family comedy. They're back for season two.
American Crime: The bold anthology series got renewed for a third season.
Dancing With the Stars: The popular competition series barely started casting for season 22 when it already got renewed for a 23rd season.
Once Upon A Time: The fairy tale series returns for a sixth season.
The Bachelor: The popular dating competition is back for another season.
The Last Man On Earth: This apocalyptic ensemble comedy will return for a third season.
Empire: There will be plenty of drama in store for the show's third season.
Gotham: The Batman origin story is coming back for season three.
Sleepy Hollow: This supernatural procedural returns for a fourth season.
Lucifer: The horror black comedy of the fallen angle got renewed for a second season.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The hilarious police sitcom returns for a fourth season.
New Girl: Everybody loves Zooey Deschanel's comedy. For season six, she doesn't seem to be much of a "new girl" anymore!
Wayward Pines: What other mysteries will be uncovered? You'll have to find out when the eerie series returns for a second season.
Scream Queens: Ryan Murphy's diabolically fun series returns for a second season.
Coming up, good news for shows on the CBS and the CW networks with official news for another season.
Big Bang Theory: The network's flagship comedy is still going strong and is getting another season.
Elementary: The sleuths will resume solving crimes for the Fall.
Hawaii Five-O: The tropical reboot is renewed through season seven.
NCIS: The popular procedural did not get renewed for one more season. Instead, it got renewed for two seasons!
NCIS: Los Angeles: Even the spin-off is faring well as it got renewed through season eight.
NCIS: New Orleans: The spin-off that takes place down South got a third season renewal.
Scorpion: The series is renewed through season three.
Blue Bloods: The family cop drama is not going anywhere. Well, it'll go through a seventh season.
Criminal Minds: There's still more disturbing cases to follow. The crime procedural will be headed for a 12th season.
Madame Secretary: The political drama returns for a third season.
Supergirl: She'll be taking flight to fight more crime through a second season and will be moving to the CW network.
2 Broke Girls: They haven't "moved on up" which is good for us. They're here to stay through season six to serve up more dirty humor.
Life In Pieces: The family comedy is returning for a second season.
Supernatural: The Winchester brothers are back for more ass-kicking through season 12. It will be the longest running CW/WB show.
Arrow: Is on target for a fifth season.
The Vampire Diaries: The show is back for more romance and carnage for an eighth season.
The Originals: The New Orleans set spin-off of The Vampire Diaries is back for season four.
The 100: The post-apocalyptic science fiction drama is back for a fourth season.
Reign: The historical fantasy series got renewed for a fourth season.
iZombie: The loose adaptation of the comic book is returning for a third season.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: The musical comedy is back for a second encore.
Jane the Virgin: Golden Globe winner Gina Rodriguez returns for her critically acclaimed series for a third season.
The Flash: The show from the DC Universe is renewed through season three.
DC's Legends of Tomorrow: The spin-off of Arrow and The Flash is back for season two.
Ready for the bad news? Find out which of your favorite shows are laid to rest for good.
Here is a list of the cancellations. Bid adieu to the following series.
The Player: The action-drama series has reached its endgame. (Interestingly, the show was previously titled Endgame.)
Crowded: The sitcom debuted on March 15, 2016, as a midseason entry and was cancelled.
Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris: The live variety show has only lasted one season.
Heroes Reborn: A resurrection wasn't enough to sustain the show for another season.Telenovela: The network has cancelled Eva Longoria's Latino soap opera.
Heartbeat: The medical drama has been given the flatline.
Game of Silence: The show based on a Turkish drama Suskunlar has been silenced for good.
Undateable: The comedy that began as a midseason replacement lasted for three seasons.
Blood & Oil: The prime-time soap opera will not live to see another season.
Rookie Blue: The show, unfortunately, will not be returning for another season.
Nashville: The musical drama, unfortunately, ends its run with the current season.
Of Kings and Prophets: After just two episodes, the series has been cancelled.
Castle: The show ends after the eighth season.
The Muppets: As lovable as they are, the Muppets lasted for only one season.Agent Carter: The Marvel series is now cancelled after two seasons.
Wicked City: Production already ceased after wrapping the eighth episode.
The Family: Will the show wrap up its mystery? There won't be a followup season to find out.
Minority Report: After the season was cut down from 13 to 10 episodes, the network decided to cancel the show altogether. Even the characters couldn't predict this crime.The Grinder: The legal comedy series was not renewed for another season.
Grandfathered: A second season was not ordered for this comedy series.
Cooper Barrett Guide To Surviving Life: Did they write a guide for surviving cancellation as well?
Bordertown: The adult animated sitcom is not returning for another season.
The Grinder: A strong case couldn't be made to renew Robe Lowe's wannabe-lawyer based series for another season.
Angel from Hell: Jane Lynch's fantasy sitcom failed to pull in viewers after the first five episodes of its inaugural season. It's been cancelled with unaired episodes remaining.
CSI: Cyber: The fourth series in the CSI franchise did not impress audiences. The network cancelled the show after two seasons.
Under the Dome: The series started off strong, but ratings started to dip after the second and third seasons. The executive producer of the show stated being happy with how the third season ended and that a fourth wasn't necessary though it could have continued.
Extant: The science fiction drama executive produced by Steven Spielberg has concluded after two seasons.
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