TV Series Tracker: Renewed and Canceled

by IMDb-Editors | last updated - 1 day ago

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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Hit the Floor (2013)

Canceled: "Hit the Floor"

Announced: Dec. 7, 2018

"Hit the Floor" will hit the proverbial showers, as BET says the drama about a fictional, L.A.-based sports dance team will not return for a fifth season on the network.

Will Sasso, Ron Livingston, Laura Mennell and Anja Savcic in Loudermilk.

Renewed: "Loudermilk"

Announced: Dec. 5, 2018

AT&T's Audience Network announced it had renewed "Loudermilk" for a third season just before its second-season finale.

Diego Luna in Narcos: Mexico: La Última Frontera (2018)

Renewed: "Narcos: Mexico"

Announced: Dec. 5, 2018

Shortly after Netflix released this spinoff of its "Narcos" series, it announced that the cartel origin story would return for a second season.

The Good Place (2016)

Renewed: "The Good Place"

Announced: Dec. 4, 2018

Rejoice! NBC has renewed Kristen Bell's otherworldly comedy for a fourth season.

Margherita Mazzucco and Gaia Girace in L'amica geniale (2018)

Renewed: "My Brilliant Friend"

Announced: Dec. 4, 2018

Shortly before the end of its debut season on HBO, this Italian series received a second-season order on HBO and Italian network RAI.

Charlie Cox in Daredevil (2015)

Canceled: "Daredevil"

Announced: Nov. 29, 2018

And then there were two: Netflix announced that the third season of "Daredevil," released in October 2018, will be its last on the streaming service. It's the third Marvel series to end its run on Netflix recently, leaving "Jessica Jones" and "The Punisher." The moves come as Marvel-owner Disney plans its own streaming service.

Dominic Cooper in Preacher (2016)

Renewed: "Preacher"

Announced: Nov. 29, 2018

AMC has announced that "Preacher" will return for a fourth season. Production will move to Australia, with filming reportedly commencing in early 2019.

Natasha Leggero, Riki Lindhome, and Lauren Lapkus in Another Period (2013)

Canceled: "Another Period"

Announced: Nov. 29, 2018

Comedy Central has officially canceled this mockumentary after three seasons. The series' final episode aired in March 2018.

Eddie Cibrian and Rachel Bilson in Take Two (2018)

Canceled: "Take Two"

Announced: Nov. 21, 2018

Maybe the name was presumptive: ABC canceled "Take Two" after its lone 13-episode season on the network.

Katy Colloton and Katie O'Brien in Teachers (2016)

Canceled: "Teachers"

Announced: Nov. 20, 2018

TV Land announced that the comedy "Teachers" would end after three seasons. At time of the announcement, it was the final scripted series on the network.

Jennifer Finnigan, Santiago Cabrera, Jacqueline Byers, and Charlie Rowe in Salvation (2017)

Canceled: "Salvation"

Announced: Nov. 20, 2018

CBS said goodbye to this series about a pending asteroid collision with Earth after its two seasons on the network.

Brendan Gleeson in Mr. Mercedes (2017)

Renewed: "Mr. Mercedes"

Announced: Nov. 19, 2018

Based on a Stephen King novel, "Mr. Mercedes" will return to the Audience Network for a third season.

Maya Rudolph and Jessi Klein in Big Mouth (2017)

Renewed: "Big Mouth"

Announced: Nov. 17, 2018

Netflix has renewed Nick Kroll's animated comedy for a third season.

Ming-Na Wen in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013)

Renewed: "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."

Announced: Nov. 16, 2018

Just a few months after renewing "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." for a sixth season, and well before that season hit the air, ABC announced it had renewed the Marvel series for a seventh season.

Titus Welliver in Bosch (2014)

Renewed: "Bosch"

Announced: Nov. 14, 2018

Although Season 5 of Amazon's detective series is still in production, the streaming service has ordered a sixth season for Prime Video.

Tony Danza and Josh Groban in The Good Cop (2018)

Canceled: "The Good Cop"

Announced: Nov. 13, 2018

Netflix canceled the father-son police-officer series "The Good Cop" after its lone season on the streaming service.

Kingdom (2019)

Renewed: "Kingdom"

Announced: Nov. 8, 2018

Well before the series premiere in 2019, Netflix ordered a second season of "Kingdom," an original series chronicling the effects of a mysterious virus on Joseon Dynasty-era Korea.

The Purge (2018)

Renewed: "The Purge"

Announced: Nov. 6, 2018

Hours before the Season 1 finale, USA Network announced it had renewed "The Purge" for a second season.

Dennis Haysbert, Sarah Shahi, and David Clayton Rogers in Reverie (2018)

Canceled: "Reverie"

Announced: Nov. 6, 2018

NBC has canceled "Reverie," about a former hostage negotiator who rescues people stuck in a virtual-reality program, after its lone season.

Michelle Dockery in Good Behavior (2016)

Canceled: "Good Behavior"

Announced: Nov. 6, 2018

"Good Behavior" creator Chad Hodge announced on Instagram that his show would not be returning to TNT for a third season.

Sarah Jessica Parker in Divorce (2016)

Renewed: "Divorce"

Announced: Nov. 2, 2018

HBO's story of a drawn-out decoupling will extend to another season, set to film in 2019. The third season of "Divorce" will be six episodes, down from eight in Season 2 and 10 in Season 1.

Fran Drescher and Esther Povitsky in Alone Together (2018)

Canceled: "Alone Together"

Announced: Nov. 2, 2018

Freeform has canceled Esther Povitsky's millennial comedy after two seasons.

Ashton Kutcher and Kelli Goss in The Ranch (2016)

Renewed: "The Ranch"

Announced: Oct. 31, 2018

Netflix has renewed Ashton Kutcher's multi-camera comedy "The Ranch" for a fourth season ... despite not yet airing the second half of the third season.

Will Arnett in BoJack Horseman (2014)

Renewed: "BoJack Horseman"

Announced: Oct. 30, 2018

Netflix has renewed Will Arnett's dark comedy "BoJack Horseman" for a sixth season.

Paradise PD (2018)

Renewed: "Paradise PD"

Announced: Oct. 30, 2018

Netflix has renewed its animated incompetent-police series "Paradise PD" for a second season.

Jack Reynor and Peter Mark Kendall in Strange Angel (2018)

Renewed: "Strange Angel"

Announced: Oct. 29, 2018

CBS All Access has renewed this drama, starring Jack Reynor as a rocket scientist/occultist, for a second season.

Griffin Gluck, Taylor Dearden, and Tyler Alvarez in American Vandal (2017)

Canceled: "American Vandal"

Announced: Oct. 26, 2018

After two seasons of puzzling acts of vandalism, Netflix has canceled the true-crime mockumentary series "American Vandal." The show reportedly may land at another outlet, however.

Keir Gilchrist in Atypical (2017)

Renewed: "Atypical"

Announced: Oct. 24, 2018

Netflix has renewed its dramatic comedy about a teen on the autism spectrum for a third season.

Disenchantment (2018)

Renewed: "Disenchantment"

Announced: Oct. 22, 2018

Netflix confirmed a multi-year renewal for this animated series from Matt Groening. With the back half of Season 1 slated for 2019, the show's second season will be split between 2020 and 2021.

Mike Colter and Finn Jones in Luke Cage (2016)

Canceled: "Luke Cage"

Announced: Oct. 19, 2018

After two seasons, Netflix canceled "Luke Cage," the Marvel Television action drama. The news comes on the heels of Netflix axing another Marvel series, "Iron Fist."

Joseph Simmons and Justine Simmons in All About The Washingtons (2018)

Canceled: "All About The Washingtons"

Announced: Oct. 18, 2018

Netflix canceled the scripted comedy series starring real-life couple Joseph (Run-D.M.C.) and Justine Simmons after its lone season.

Natasha Lyonne and Taylor Schilling in Orange Is the New Black (2013)

Canceled: "Orange Is the New Black"

Announced: Oct. 17, 2018

The seventh season of Netflix's original prison drama/comedy will be its last. Netflix had ordered Season 7, with a 2019 air date, as part of a three-season order in February 2016.

Itzan Escamilla in Elite (2018)

Renewed: "Elite"

Announced: Oct. 17, 2018

Netflix has ordered a second season of the Spanish teen-crime series, which premiered on the streaming service in October 2018.

Animals. (2016)

Canceled: "Animals."

Announced: Oct. 17, 2018

HBO has canceled the animated series "Animals." after three seasons.

Finn Jones in Iron Fist (2017)

Canceled: "Iron Fist"

Announced: Oct. 12, 2018

The second season of "Iron Fist," which hit Netflix in September 2018, will be the Marvel series' last, the streaming network announced. The move comes as Marvel parent Disney prepares its own streaming service.

Jim Carrey in Kidding (2018)

Renewed: "Kidding"

Announced: October 10, 2018

Showtime announced it has renewed the Jim Carrey/Michel Gondry series for a second season.

Jason Bateman in Ozark (2017)

Renewed: "Ozark"

Announced: Oct. 10, 2018

The Netflix crime drama, starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, has been renewed for a third season, which will consist of 10 episodes.

Jake Stormoen and Jessica Green in The Outpost (2018)

Renewed: "The Outpost" and "Burden of Truth"

Announced: Oct. 9, 2018

In addition to renewing a few unscripted series and picking up the British series "Bulletproof," the CW ordered second seasons of two series that premiered in summer 2018. Both will return in summer 2019.

Scott Ryan in Mr Inbetween (2018)

Renewed: "Mr Inbetween"

Announced: Oct. 9, 2018

The Australian dark comedy "Mr Inbetween" has received a second-season order on FX, as well as on Foxtel in Australia.

Wyatt Russell in Lodge 49 (2018)

Renewed: "Lodge 49"

Announced: Oct. 4, 2018

AMC ordered a second season of its "aimless surfer joins a fraternal order" series shortly before the end of Season 1.

Brenton Thwaites in Titans (2018)

Renewed: "Titans"

Announced: Oct. 3, 2018

Prior to Season 1 of "Titans" premiering on DC Universe, the new streaming service announced that it had ordered a second season of the series.

Patrick Fugit and Gabriel Bateman in Outcast (2016)

Canceled: "Outcast"

Announced: Oct. 2, 2018

After two seasons, Cinemax has canceled this Robert Kirkman-created original series. Season 2 ended in late September 2018.

Alice Braga in Queen of the South (2016)

Renewed: "Queen of the South"

Announced: Oct. 1, 2018

Shortly after the show's third season concluded, USA announced that it had renewed this drug-cartel drama for a fourth season.

JD Pardo in Mayans M.C. (2018)

Renewed: "Mayans M.C."

Announced: Oct. 1, 2018

FX has ordered a second season of this "Sons of Anarchy" spinoff, which has forged its own trail on the network.

Ari Graynor in I'm Dying Up Here (2017)

Canceled: "I'm Dying Up Here"

Announced: Sept. 28, 2018

The last laugh may have occurred for "I'm Dying Up Here," with Showtime canceling the 1970s-standup-culture series after two seasons.

Lesley Manville in Harlots (2017)

Renewed: "Harlots"

Announced: Sept. 24, 2018

Hulu has renewed its 18th-century drama "Harlots" for an eight-episode third season.

Joy Nash in Dietland (2018)

Canceled: "Dietland"

Announced: Sept. 20, 2018

The Marti Noxon-created series about a disgruntled ghostwriter will not return to AMC after its lone season.

Maggie Gyllenhaal in The Deuce (2017)

Renewed: "The Deuce"

Announced: Sept. 20, 2018

HBO renewed the gritty David Simon/George Pelecanos series — featuring an ensemble cast that includes Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Franco — for third season, which will also be its last.

Malcolm Mays, Damson Idris, and Isaiah John in Snowfall (2017)

Renewed: "Snowfall"

Announced: Sept. 19, 2018

Just ahead of the Season 2 finale of "Snowfall," FX announced it had renewed the series for a third season. Season 3 will premiere in 2019.

Merle Dandridge in Greenleaf (2016)

Renewed: "Greenleaf"

Announced: Sept. 19, 2018

The OWN network announced that it has renewed its megachurch-set drama, "Greenleaf," for a fourth season.

Stana Katic and Neil Jackson in Absentia (2017)

Renewed: "Absentia"

Announced: Sept. 13, 2018

Amazon has renewed the Prime Original police drama "Absentia." Production for Season 2 has started in Bulgaria.

Debby Ryan in Insatiable (2018)

Renewed: "Insatiable"

Announced: Sept. 12, 2018

The teen-payback series "Insatiable" has parlayed the controversy surrounding its first season on Netflix into a second-season order on the streaming service.

Insecure (2016)

Renewed: "Insecure" and "Ballers"

Announced: Sept. 6, 2018

Just before the Emmys, HBO renewed "Insecure" for a fourth season and "Ballers" for a fifth.

Kiefer Sutherland and Breckin Meyer in Designated Survivor (2016)

Renewed: "Designated Survivor"

Announced: Sept. 5, 2018

Dropped by ABC earlier in 2018, "Designated Survivor" will return on Netflix, the streaming service announced. Neil Baer joins as show-runner for the series' third season.

Alicia Silverstone and Sam Morgan in American Woman (2018)

Canceled: "American Woman"

Announced: Sept. 5, 2018

The Paramount Network opted against ordering a second season of the comedy "American Woman," which it had picked up from TV Land.

Dave Franco and Zazie Beetz in Easy (2016)

Renewed: "Easy"

Announced: Aug. 22, 2018

Netflix has picked up the Chicagoland couples anthology-ish series "Easy" for a third and final season.

Jessica Barden in The End of the F***ing World (2017)

Renewed: "The End of the F***ing World"

Announced: Aug. 21, 2018

The end has not yet come for "The End of the F***ing World," as the Channel 4 and Netflix series will have a second season on the networks. Season 1 followed its comic-book source material in its entirity, with the Season 2 through-line not yet announced.

Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin in GLOW (2017)

Renewed: "GLOW"

Announced: Aug. 20, 2018

Season 2 left the door open for a potential venue change for the folks on "GLOW." Wherever that might land, it'll be streaming on Netflix, which picked up the wrestling series for a third season.

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

Canceled: "The Royals"

Announced: Aug. 16, 2018

Elizabeth Hurley's fictional reign as Queen of England is over, with E! cancelling "The Royals" after four seasons.

Ryan Phillippe in Shooter (2016)

Canceled: "Shooter"

Announced: Aug. 15, 2018

Shortly before the end of "Shooter" Season 3, USA announced that it would not pick up a fourth season of the drama. The series reportedly is being shopped to other networks.

Dalila Bela, Kyla Matthews, and Amybeth McNulty in Anne (2017)

Renewed: "Anne with an E"

Announced: Aug. 15, 2018

CBC and Netflix have ordered a third season of this coming-of-age story, set to debut in 2019 after shooting later in 2018.

Bill Skarsgård in Castle Rock (2018)

Renewed: "Castle Rock"

Announced: Aug. 14, 2018

Hulu has picked up this Stephen King Universe series for a second season. There have been hints of a full cast turnover for Season 2, as well.

Pádraic Delaney and Tom Cullen in Knightfall (2017)

Renewed: "Knightfall"

Announced: Aug. 13, 2018

History has renewed "Knightfall" for a second season with two notable changes. Aaron Helbing boards as showrunner, and Mark Hamill will have a recurring role, the network announced.

Dawn-Lyen Gardner, Rutina Wesley, and Kofi Siriboe in Queen Sugar (2016)

Renewed: "Queen Sugar"

Announced: Aug. 9, 2018

Anthony Sparks will replace Kat Candler as showrunner on Ava DuVernay's "Queen Sugar" when the show returns in 2019 for a fourth season, OWN announced.

Sarah Paulson in American Horror Story (2011)

Renewed: "American Horror Story"

Announced: Aug. 3, 2018

Ahead of Seasons 8 and 9 even hitting the air, FX announced that it had ordered a 10th season of the anthology series "American Horror Story." This likely will extend the show to run at least through 2020.

Chris Diamantopoulos and Gabriel Bateman in The Dangerous Book for Boys (2018)

Canceled: "The Dangerous Book for Boys"

Announced: Aug. 1, 2018

Amazon put "The Dangerous Book for Boys" back on the shelf by announcing that the children's fantasy series will not have a second season on the streaming service.

William Catlett and Michele Weaver in Love Is_ (2018)

Renewed: "Love Is_"

Announced: July 31, 2018

OWN has renewed this series, based on the life of writer-director couple Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil, for a second season, ahead of its Season 1 finale.

Bob Odenkirk in Better Call Saul (2015)

Renewed: "Better Call Saul," "Fear the Walking Dead," and "McMafia"

Announced: July 28, 2018

AMC announced pickups for three of its series at July's Television Critics Association presentation. The "Breaking Bad" prequel "Better Call Saul" and "The Walking Dead" offshoot "Fear the Walking Dead" will receive fifth seasons. "McMafia" received an order for Season 2.

Giovanni Ribisi and Marin Ireland in Sneaky Pete (2015)

Renewed: "Sneaky Pete"

Announced: July 28, 2018

Amazon announced that it has ordered a third season of the assumed-identity drama "Sneaky Pete."

Martha Higareda and Joel Kinnaman in Altered Carbon (2018)

Renewed: "Altered Carbon"

Announced: July 27, 2018

Netflix has ordered a second season of the sci-fi series "Altered Carbon," albeit with an alteration of its own: Anthony Mackie will assume the lead role of Takeshi Kovacs from Joel Kinnaman. No word yet on whether other roles will move to other actors, as consciousness-shifting is in the realm of possibility in the "Altered Carbon" world.

Mira Sorvino, Gabriel Hogan, Christina Marie Moses, and Angel Bonanni in Condor (2018)

Renewed: "Condor" and "You Me Her"

Announced: July 27, 2018

The Audience Network extended two of its series. The drama "Condor" will return for Season 2, and the romantic comedy "You Me Her" received orders for a fourth season as well as a fifth.

Catherine Bell in Good Witch (2015)

Renewed: "Good Witch"

Announced: July 26, 2018

Shortly after the conclusion of Season 4, the Hallmark Channel announced that the supernatural comedy/drama "Good Witch" will return for a fifth season.

Penn Badgley and Elizabeth Lail in You (2018)

Renewed: "You"

Announced: July 26, 2018

How hot is super-producer Greg Berlanti? His Lifetime scripted series "You," detailing the exploits of a tech-savvy twentysomething to woo the woman of his dreams, was renewed for a second season before Season 1 started on Sept. 9.

Brendan Fraser and Dominic West in The Affair (2014)

Renewed: "The Affair"

Announced: July 26, 2018

The end of "The Affair" is coming, but not immediately. As Season 4 of the Showtime drama winds down, the network announced that it has ordered a fifth and final season of the series.

Kevin Costner in Yellowstone (2018)

Renewed: "Yellowstone"

Announced: July 24, 2018

The Paramount Network has renewed Kevin Costner ranch-hand drama "Yellowstone" for a second season, hitting the airwaves in 2019.

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

Renewed: "The Man in the High Castle"

Announced: July 21, 2018

While premiering a date-announcement video for Season 3 of "The Man in the High Castle" at San Diego Comic-Con, Amazon Studios also announced that the dystopian/alternate-America series was renewed for a fourth season.

Tim Rozon, Melanie Scrofano, and Shamier Anderson in Wynonna Earp (2016)

Renewed: "Wynonna Earp"

Announced: July 21, 2018

Shortly into Season 3, Syfy renewed this series for Season 4, it announced at the show's San Diego Comic-Con panel.

Sarah Wayne Callies in Colony (2016)

Canceled: "Colony"

Announced: July 21, 2018

Days before the Season 3 finale of "Colony" was set to hit the air, USA announced that it would serve as the series finale for the apocalyptic drama.

Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph in Cloak & Dagger (2018)

Renewed: "Cloak & Dagger"

Announced: July 20, 2018

No need to stress, Marvel fans: The "Cloak & Dagger" panel at the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con included the announcement that the series will see a Season 2 on Freeform in Spring 2019.

Missi Pyle and Maddie Hasson in Impulse (2018)

Renewed: "Impulse"

Announced: July 19, 2018

YouTube has ordered a second season of this Doug Liman-helmed series, which focuses on a teen with a mysterious power.

Karen LeBlanc, Luke Roberts, and Brandon Jay McLaren in Ransom (2017)

Renewed: "Ransom"

Announced: July 16, 2018

CBS has renewed this drama, about negotiators who spring into action during crises and hostage situations, for a third season.

Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer in UnREAL (2015)

Canceled: "UnREAL"

Announced: July 16, 2018

There's good news and bad news for fans of "UnREAL." On the plus side, Hulu surprise-released all eight episodes of the series' fourth season on July 16, just months after Season 3 wrapped. Hulu also announced, however, that Season 4 would be the show's last.

Ella Purnell in Sweetbitter (2018)

Renewed: "Sweetbitter"

Announced: July 13, 2018

Starz has ordered a second season of the half-hour comedic drama "Sweetbitter," chronicling the first steps of a young woman (Ella Purnell) in New York's food and hospitality world. The order is for 10 episodes, up from the first season's six.

Dominique Jackson in Pose (2018)

Renewed: "Pose"

Announced: July 12, 2018

The category is ... SEASON 2 REALNESS: FX has renewed its late-1980s ball-culture series for a sophomore campaign.

Ellen Barkin in Animal Kingdom (2016)

Renewed: "Animal Kingdom" and "Claws"

Announced: July 2, 2018

TNT has renewed two of its original dramas: "Animal Kingdom" for Season 4 and "Claws" for Season 3. Both are expected to hit the air in 2019.

Anders Holm and Andy Favreau in Champions (2018)

Canceled: "Champions"

Announced: June 29, 2018

NBC canceled this comedy, co-created by Mindy Kaling, after its first season. Producers reportedly are shopping it to other networks.

Edwin Hodge, Kyle Schmid, Barry Sloane, and Donny Boaz in Six (2017)

Canceled: "Six"

Announced: June 29, 2018

The Season 2 finale of this History drama on July 25 will also serve as the Navy SEALs drama's series finale, with the network announcing its cancellation.

Adam Scott, Craig Robinson, and Amber Stevens West in Ghosted (2017)

Canceled: "Ghosted"

Announced: June 28, 2018

"Ghosted" isn't quite ghosting, but it is saying goodbye. Fox has canceled the comedy after its lone season.

Carter Jenkins and Bella Thorne in Famous in Love (2017)

Canceled: "Famous in Love"

Announced: June 26, 2018

The Season 2-ender that aired May 30 will serve as a series finale for "Famous in Love," which will not return to the Freeform network.

Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf, and Rachel Ramras in Nobodies (2017)

Canceled: "Nobodies"

Announced: June 23, 2018

TV Land canceled this scripted sitcom about writers of a children's show after its two-season run.

Goran Visnjic in Timeless (2016)

Canceled: "Timeless"

Announced: June 22, 2018

NBC has canceled this time-travelling crime-fighter series after two seasons. Previously rescued after a cancellation announcement following Season 1, the show will return for a two-hour finale during the holidays, NBC says.

Sebastian Armesto, Paul Ready, Anthony Flanagan, Richard Riddell, Kevin Guthrie, Tom Weston-Jones, and Jack Colgrave Hirst in The Terror (2018)

Renewed: "The Terror"

Announced: June 22, 2018

AMC has ordered a second season of "The Terror" with a decidedly new look. Alexander Woo ("True Blood") enters as showrunner, and the setting moves from the Arctic to Southern California and WWII internment camps. The terror itself shifts from a violent polar bear to an "uncanny scepter" that sets sights on a Japanese-American community.

Logan Browning, Antoinette Robertson, and Ashley Blaine Featherson in Dear White People (2017)

Renewed: "Dear White People"

Announced: June 21, 2018

About a month after Season 2 of "Dear White People" hit Netflix, the streaming service announced that it had picked up the series for a third season.

Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters in Bulletproof (2018)

Renewed: "Bulletproof"

Announced: June 19, 2018

The U.K. broadcaster Sky One has announced the renewal of this buddy-cop drama for a second season. The first, six-episode season of "Bulletproof" ended on June 19.

Tom Ellis and Aimee Garcia in Lucifer (2015)

Renewed: "Lucifer"

Announced: June 15, 2018

After FOX announced in May that it would not pick up a fourth season of this comic-based series, Netflix swooped in to revive it.

Mishel Prada and Melissa Barrera in Vida (2018)

Renewed: "Vida"

Announced: June 12, 2018

Starz has renewed this half-hour drama, in which two Mexican-American sisters discover their dead mother's "secret," for a second season.

Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong in Succession (2018)

Renewed: "Succession"

Announced: June 11, 2018

"Succession," the HBO series about a media empire loosely inspired by the family of Rupert Murdoch, received a Season 2 order from the cable network shortly after its debut season premiered.

Ana Gasteyer, Daniel Stewart Sherman, Brian Huskey, Wyatt Cenac, Tracee Chimo Pallero, Alice Wetterlund, Luka Jones, and Da'Vine Joy Randolph in People of Earth (2016)

Canceled: "People of Earth"

Announced: June 9, 2018

After renewing "People of Earth" for a third season, TBS changed its mind on the alien-abduction comedy and canceled the show after its two-season run.

Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, and Lakeith Stanfield in Atlanta (2016)

Renewed: "Atlanta"

Announced: June 7, 2018

With two Emmys already under its belt, "Atlanta" will return in 2019 for a third season on FX, the network announced.

Dylan Minnette and Katherine Langford in 13 Reasons Why (2017)

Renewed: "13 Reasons Why"

Announced: June 6, 2018

First there were tapes, then Polaroids, now ... singing telegrams? Maybe mysterious faxes? Netflix has renewed its hit high school drama "13 Reasons Why" for a third season, set to premiere on the streaming service in 2019.

Julia Stiles and Iwan Rheon in Riviera (2017)

Renewed: "Riviera"

Announced: June 5, 2018

U.S. streaming service Sundance Now announced that it will pick up the second season of the drama "Riviera," which Sky Atlantic had previously ordered in the U.K.

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