TV Tracker: Renewed and Canceled Shows

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IMDb is keeping track of which scripted series (and key reality shows) are renewed and canceled — or just ending on their own terms). Read on to learn the fates of your favorite shows.

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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (2019)

Canceled: "The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance"

Announced: Sept. 21, 2020

Netflix announced that the fantasy puppet series (and prequel to the 1982 Jim Henson film) would not be returning for a second season.

Harley Quinn (2019)

Renewed: "Harley Quinn"

Announced: Sept. 18, 2020

"Harley Quinn" will return for a third season with a new home—HBO Max. In addition, Warner Bros. announced today that DC Universe would no longer stream original series, focusing on its comic book subscription service.

Amanda Collin and Abubakar Salim in Raised by Wolves (2020)

Renewed: "Raised by Wolves"

Announced: Sept. 18, 2020

HBO Max has renewed the Ridley Scott sci-fi series for a second season, announcing that it has become the top-performing original series on the streamer.

Michael Epps, Alex R. Hibbert, and Shamon Brown Jr. in The Chi: Frunchroom (2020)

Renewed: "The Chi"

Announced: Sept. 8, 2020

Lena Waithe's timely coming-of-age drama series has been renewed for a fourth season at Showtime.

Sam Keeley, Nicholas Coombe, and Jeremy Tardy in 68 Whiskey (2020)

Canceled: "68 Whiskey"

Announced: Sept. 2, 2020

Paramount called it quits on the freshman military drama "68 Whiskey," cancelling it after one season.

Zachary Quinto in NOS4A2 (2019)

Canceled: "NOS4A2"

Announced: August 31, 2020

NOS4A2" completed its second season just over a week ago, AMC decided not to take the story beyond the Joe Hill novel it was based on.

Anthony Mackie in Altered Carbon (2018)

Canceled: "Altered Carbon"

Announced: August 26, 2020

After two seasons, Netflix cancels the mind bending sci-fi drama series, starring Joel Kinnaman in Season 1 and Anthony Mackie in Season 2.

Sophia Lillis and Sofia Bryant in I Am Not Okay with This: Deepest, Darkest Secret (2020)

Canceled: "I Am Not Okay with This"

Announced: August 21, 2020

In a surprise move, Netflix reversed its decision to bring back the popular teen superhero show with Sophia Lillis for Season 2. Complexities with shooting a live-action show during the global pandemic were cited as a primary reason behind the decision. "The Society," another Netflix hit, experienced the same fate.

Natalie Dormer in Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (2020)

Canceled: "Penny Dreadful: City of Angels"

Announced: August 21 2020

It's curtains for the Natalie Dormer-led series set in 1930s Los Angeles. Showtime canceled the show after its first season.

Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins in Hitmen (2020)

Renewed: "Hitmen"

Announced: August 20, 2020

Former "Great British Bake Off" co-hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc's comedy caper has been renewed for Season 2 on Peacock.

Jerry O'Connell, Joe Lo Truglio, and Jayma Mays in Drunk History (2013)

Canceled: "Drunk History"

Announced: August 19, 2020

No more rounds for the long-running show centered around tipsy historical re-enactments. Comedy Central had previously ordered a 7th season, but the network has decided to stop producing any live-action scripted programming.

Jason Sudeikis in Ted Lasso (2020)

Renewed: "Ted Lasso"

Announced: August 19, 2020

Jason Sudeikis' charming sports-comedy "Ted Lasso" has scored a 10-episode, second season on Apple TV+ set to debut in 2021.

Tristán Ulloa, Kristina Tonteri-Young, Toya Turner, Alba Baptista, and Olivia Delcán in Warrior Nun (2020)

Renewed: "Warrior Nun"

Announced: August 19, 2020

Netflix announced that the demon-fighting nuns will return for a second season.

Zoë Kravitz in High Fidelity (2020)

Canceled: "High Fidelity"

Announced: August 5, 2020

Hulu has cancelled the series, executive produced by Zoë Kravitz, after one season.

Al Pacino and Logan Lerman in Hunters (2020)

Renewed: "Hunters"

Announced: August 3, 2020

Al Pacino and his band of Nazi hunters will return for a second season of Amazon Studios' "Hunters."

Itziar Ituño, Alba Flores, Úrsula Corberó, and Esther Acebo in Money Heist (2017)

Renewed: "Money Heist"

Announced: July 31, 2020

Netflix’s most-watched non-English language series ever, "La Casa de Papel," will wrap up after one more season. Part 5 will conclude the epic series that has captivated viewers around the world.

Jack De Sena and Paula Burrows in The Dragon Prince (2018)

Renewed: "The Dragon Prince"

Announced: July 24, 2020

Netflix will be returning to Xadia for "The Dragon Prince" Season 4, with a commitment to finish the complete saga currently planned as seven seasons.

Madelyn Cline and Chase Stokes in Outer Banks (2020)

Renewed: "Outer Banks"

Announced: July 24, 2020

Just three months after its premiere, Netflix has renewed the hit YA drama for a second season.

Laz Alonso, Karl Urban, and Tomer Capon in The Boys (2019)

Renewed: "The Boys"

Announced: July 23, 2020

At the Comic-Con@Home 2020 panel discussion, co-creators Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg announced that "The Boys" will be returning for a third season.

Matthew Rhys in Perry Mason (2020)

Renewed: "Perry Mason"

Announced: July 22, 2020

Perry Mason will return to solve more mysteries as the Matthew Rhys-fronted series has been picked up for a second season on HBO.

Peter Stormare and Rosario Dawson in Briarpatch: Behind God's Back (2020)

Canceled: "Briarpatch"

Announced: July 17, 2020

USA canceled Rosario Dawson's crime/thriller series after a single season.

Catherine Bell and Sarah Power in Good Witch: The Loft (2020)

Renewed: "Good Witch"

Announced: July 15, 2020

Cassie Nightingale and her daughter, Grace, will return for a seventh season on the Hallmark Channel. The network also renewed "Chespeake Shores" for a fifth season.

Jim Carrey and The Dalai Lama in Kidding (2018)

Canceled: "Kidding"

Announced: July 14, 2020

Jim Carrey's surreal comedy series has been canceled at Showtime after two seasons. Not kidding.

Esme Creed-Miles in Hanna (2019)

Renewed: "Hanna"

Announced: July 13, 2020

Just over a week after its second season dropped, Prime Video renewed their adaptation of the hit movie for a third go-round.

Denis Leary, Elizabeth Perkins, Jay Baruchel, François Arnaud, and Chelsea Frei in The Moodys (2019)

Renewed: "The Moodys"

Announced: July 10, 2020

While Denis Leary's FOX comedy has been renewed for a second season, the show will no longer be centered around the holiday season.

Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson in Run: Trick (2020)

Canceled: "Run"

Announced: July 10, 2020

It seems HBO's "Run" has run out of steam after just one season. The thriller/rom-com, starring Domhnall Gleeson and Merritt Wever, has been canceled after a 7-episode first season, which left viewers with a cliffhanger to ponder forevermore.

Tobias Menzies and Olivia Colman in The Crown (2016)

Renewed: "The Crown"

Announced: July 9, 2020

Though the royals-centric series was set to end with its fifth season, "The Crown" will now officially have another installment. Season 4, starring Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, will debut later this year, before Imelda Staunton assumes the crown for Season 5.

Ramy Youssef in Ramy (2019)

Renewed: "Ramy"

Announced: July 9, 2020 Ramy (Ramy Youssef) explored his Muslim faith with help from Sheikh Malik (Mahershala Ali) in Season 2, and his spiritual journey will continue with a third season at Hulu.

Michelle Gomez and Kiernan Shipka in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (2018)

Canceled: "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina"

Announced: July 8, 2020

Part Four of the supernatural series "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" is set to premiere later this year, and it will serve as the final installment. Netflix canceled the show, which released part one in 2018.

Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini in Dead to Me: Where Do We Go From Here (2020)

Renewed: "Dead to Me"

Announced: July 6, 2020

Netflix has renewed "Dead to Me," a dark comedy starring Christina Applegate, Linda Cardellini, and James Marsden, for a third and final season.

Brec Bassinger in Stargirl (2020)

Renewed: "Stargirl"

Announced: July 6, 2020

"Stargirl" is set to return for a second season, and while Season 1 was available on DC Universe, The CW will run the comic book-inspired series exclusively moving forward.

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in Never Have I Ever (2020)

Renewed: "Never Have I Ever"

Announced: July 1, 2020

Mindy Kaling's coming-of-age comedy series has been will be returning for a second season in 2021.

Larry David in Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000)

Renewed: "Curb Your Enthusiasm"

Announced: June 30, 2020

HBO announced that the long-running fan favorite "Curb Your Enthusiasm" will be coming back for an eleventh season.

Jason Bateman and Laura Linney in Ozark (2017)

Renewed: "Ozark"

Announced: June 30, 2020

Netflix announced that its hit show, "Ozark," has been renewed for a fourth and final season, which will be split into two parts and run 14 episodes.

Vagrant Queen (2020)

Canceled: "Vagrant Queen"

Announced: June 26, 2020

Syfy announced that it has canceled the series after one season. The show was the networks lowest-rated series since 2019.

Jonica T. Gibbs in Twenties: Living the Dream (2020)

Renewed: "Twenties"

Announced: June 26, 2020

After a strong showing with both critics and audiences, BET will be getting a second season of Lena Waithe's semi-autobiographical comedy.

Betty (2020)

Renewed: "Betty"

Announced: June 18, 2020

After concluding its first six-episode first season, HBO has renewed the inspiring, skater-centric series.

Mary Mack and Sean Giambrone in Solar Opposites (2020)

Renewed: "Solar Opposites"

Announced: June 18, 2020

Hulu's adult animated series, which was initially picked up for a two-season order, is now renewed for a third season, bringing the team of quirky aliens back for more adventures in suburban America.

Bill Pullman in The Sinner: Part I (2020)

Renewed: "The Sinner"

Announced: June 15, 2020

USA Network picked up "The Sinner" for a fourth season, bringing back Bill Pullman as Detective Harry Ambrose, on the case for a new mystery.

Alanna Ubach and Luke Evans in Crossing Swords (2020)

Renewed: "Crossing Swords"

Announced: June 18, 2020

Celebs including Nicholas Hoult, Tony Hale, and Seth Green will return to reprise their voiceover roles for the second season of "Crossing Swords" on Hulu.

Jane Levy in Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist (2020)

Renewed: "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist"

Announced: June 12, 2020

The music plays on as NBC has renewed musical dramedy "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" for a second season.

Love Life (2020)

Renewed: "Love Life"

Announced: June 11, 2020

The first scripted series from HBO Max, starring Anna Kendrick, was renewed for a second season. The new season will focus on a different lead character, but Kendrick will stay on as executive producer.

James Badge Dale and Monica Raymund in Hightown (2020)

Renewed: "Hightown"

Announced: June 11, 2020

Halfway through its eight-episode first season, Starz announced it will renew the crime drama for a second season.

Russell Hornsby and Brían F. O'Byrne in Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector: Mano a Mano (2020)

Canceled: "Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector"

Announced: June 10, 2020

After one season, NBC pulled the plug on "Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector," based on the best-selling novel by Jeffery Deaver.

Bradley Whitford in Perfect Harmony (2019)

Canceled: "Perfect Harmony"

Announced: June 10, 2020

The Bradley Whitford comedy—which wrapped its first season in January—won't be returning for a second, according to NBC.

Alexa Davies in Harlots (2017)

Canceled: "Harlots"

Announced: June 10, 2020

Hulu announced two series cancellations, the 18th century period drama, "Harlots" and the revenge series "Reprisal."

Terrence Green, Lauryn Alisa McClain, Jade Chynoweth, Marcus Emanuel Mitchell, Petrice Jones, Eric Graise, and Kendra Oyesanya in Step Up: High Water (2018)

Renewed: "Step Up: High Water"

Announced: May 29, 2020

STARZ has stepped up and will be the new home to the 3rd season of the cancelled YouTube original series.

Pamela Adlon, Mikey Madison, Hannah Alligood, and Olivia Edward in Better Things (2016)

Renewed: "Better Things"

Announced: May 26, 2020

Pamela Adlon's comedy-drama will be back on FX for a 5th season, in addition to the renewals of the FX animated series "Cake" and the comedy series "Mr. Inbetween."

David Hornsby and Renée Felice Smith in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005)

Renewed: "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"

Announced: May 26, 2020

With a 15th season renewal, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" has become the longest running live-action comedy series (by number of seasons).

Kayvan Novak in What We Do in the Shadows (2019)

Renewed: "What We Do in the Shadows"

Announced: May 22, 2020

FX announced that "What We Do in the Shadows" will get a third season, as fans and critics flock continue to jump on the vampire-comedy's bandwagon.

Tuca & Bertie (2019)

Renewed: "Tuca & Bertie"

Announced: May 22, 2020

Adult Swim plans to revive “Tuca & Bertie,” greenlighting a second season of the animated series that debuted last year on Netflix. The second season will include 10 episodes and premiere in 2021.

Jason Biggs and Maggie Lawson in Outmatched (2020)

Canceled: "Outmatched"

Announced: May 19, 2020

Fox decided to call it quits on the freshman parenting-comedy series, cancelling the Jason Biggs fronted show after one season.

Joanna Bacon, Martin Freeman, and Daisy Haggard in Breeders: No Sleep (2020)

Renewed: "Breeders"

Announced: May 18, 2020

Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard will return for a second season of brutal parenting in the FX comedy series.

Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman in Good Girls: Synergy (2020)

Renewed: "Good Girls"

Announced: May 15, 2020

After Season 3 was cut short due to production hurdles related to COVID-19, NBC has renewed "Good Girls" for a fourth season.

Christine Baranski in The Good Fight (2017)

Renewed: "The Good Fight"

Announced: May 14, 2020

CBS has ordered the return of "The Good Wife" spinoff series which will pick up for Season 5 after a shortened fourth season.

Lionel Richie, Luke Bryan, and Katy Perry in American Idol (2002)

Renewed: "American Idol"

Announced: May 15, 2020

Here's hoping competitors will actually be heading to Hollywood when "American Idol" returns for a fourth season on ABC. Season 3 introduced remotely filmed episodes due to coronavirus concerns.

Jeremy Irvine in Treadstone (2019)

Canceled: "Treadstone"

Announced: May 13, 2020

USA Network's fast-paced Bourne series has run out of steam after just one season.

The Purge: 7:01am (2019)

Canceled: "The Purge"

Announced: May 13, 2020

The legalized crime spree is coming to an end — USA Network is pulling the plug on "The Purge" after two seasons.

Novi Brown, Mignon, and Ebony Obsidian in Sistas (2019)

Renewed: "Sistas" and The Oval"

Announced: May 12, 2020

BET has renewed Tyler Perry's comedy series Sistas" and political drama The Oval" for a second season.

Orlando Jones and Sameerah Luqmaan-Harris in Room 104 (2017)

Canceled: "Room 104"

Announced: May 12, 2020

The HBO series' fourth and last season will air in July.

Dave Burd in Dave (2020)

Renewed: "Dave"

Announced: May 11, 2020

Wildly popular comedy series "Dave," based on the life of rapper and comedian Dave Burd (also known as Lil Dicky), gets another run at the big-time with a second season on FX.

Natalie Alyn Lind and Eka Darville in Tell Me a Story: Number One Fan (2019)

Canceled: "Tell Me a Story"

Announced: May 11, 2020

CBS All Access is closing the book on fairytale-inspired thriller series "Tell Me a Story" after a two-season run. The show's episodes have been acquired by The CW.

Nick Cannon in The Masked Singer: A Brand New Six Pack: Group B Kickoff! (2020)

Renewed: "9-1-1: Lone Star," "Bless the Harts, "Bob's Burgers," "Cosmos," "Family Guy," "The Masked Singer," "Masterchef Junior," "The Simpsons."

Announced: May 11, 2020

FOX is serving up more of what the people want with renewals of mega-hit series like "Bob's Burgers" and "The Masked Singer," though audiences are still waiting for the word on a few shows left out of the network's fall announcement.

Robbie Amell in Upload (2020)

Renewed: "Upload"

Announced: May 8, 2020

The sci-fi comedy series from creator Greg Daniels ("The Office," "Parks and Rec") will be getting a second season, according to Amazon Studios.

Simon Merrells and Tom Cullen in Knightfall (2017)

Canceled: "Knightfall"

Announced: May 7, 2020

The final days of the Knights Templar have come early with the cancellation of History's "Knightfall.

Aidan Gillen in Project Blue Book (2019)

Canceled: "Project Blue Book"

Announced: May 7, 2020

Sad news for "Game of Thrones" fans, the Aidan Gillen fronted UFO-hunting series will not be returning for a third season.

Julia Dearden, Ricky Gervais, and Roisin Conaty in After Life (2019)

Renewed: "After Life"

Announced: May 6, 2020

Just a few episodes into its second season, Netflix renewed Ricky Gervais' comedy — which currently has an 8.5 IMDb rating — for a third season. Gervais set up an overall deal with the streamer to create both scripted series and stand-up comedy.

Matt LeBlanc and Liza Snyder in Man with a Plan (2016)

Canceled: "Man With a Plan," "Carol's Second Act," "Broke, and "Tommy."

Announced: May 6, 2020

CBS is calling it quits on a handful of shows, including Matt LeBlanc's "Man With a Plan" and the Edie Falco-led series, "Tommy," which debuted in February of 2020.

Iain Armitage in Young Sheldon: A Secret Letter and a Lowly Disc of Processed Meat (2020)

Renewed: "Bob Hearts Abishola," "The Neighborhood, "The Unicorn," "60 Minutes," "48 Hours," "Undercover Boss," "Young Sheldon," "Evil," "Mom," "Survivor," and "The Amazing Race."

Announced: May 6, 2020

More CBS shows picked up for next season include several comedies, news programs and long-standing competition series such as "Survivor," which will go on to shoot its 41st season.

Julian McMahon and Roxy Sternberg in FBI: Most Wanted (2020)

Renewed: Blue Bloods," "All Rise," "Bull," "FBI," "FBI: Most Wanted," "MacGyver," "Magnum P.I.," "NCIS," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "NCIS: New Orleans," "SWAT," and "SEAL Team"

Announced: May 6, 2020

CBS has announced renewals for most of its current scripted and unscripted shows, including several popular drama series.

Merle Dandridge in Greenleaf (2016)

Canceled: "Greenleaf"

Announced: May 3, 2020

The Oprah Winfrey Network's family drama series will end with this summer's 5th season.

Yvonne Orji and Issa Rae in Insecure (2016)

Renewed: "Insecure"

Announced: May 1, 2020

HBO has renewed the comedy series, starring and co-created by Issa Rae, for a fifth season. The pickup comes three episodes into the show's fourth season, which premiered April 12.

Idris Elba in Turn Up Charlie (2019)

Canceled: "Turn Up Charlie"

Announced: April 27, 2020

Nanny duty is over for DJ Idris Elba, as Netflix just unplugged his sitcom which wrapped up its first season in May 2019.

Erin Krakow in When Calls the Heart: Into the Woods (2020)

Renewed: "When Calls the Heart"

Announced: April 26, 2020

Hallmark renewed its beloved romantic drama series for an eighth season on the same day that its seventh season — the first without original cast member Lori Loughlin — wrapped up.

Evan Rachel Wood in Westworld (2016)

Renewed: "Westworld"

Announced: April 22, 2020

Looks like Dolores' uprising will continue since HBO has renewed "Westworld" for a fourth season.

Brandon Larracuente, Niko Guardado, Emily Tosta, and Elle Paris Legaspi in Party of Five (2020)

Canceled: "Party of Five"

Announced: April 17, 2020

Freeform's reboot of the '90s family drama was canceled after one season, which wrapped up in March.

God Friended Me (2018)

Canceled: "God Friended Me"

Announced: April 14, 2020

CBS unfriended their sitcom starring Brandon Micheal Hall after two seasons. The series will end with a two-hour finale on April 26.

Stephen Dorff, Brian Van Holt, and Bex Taylor-Klaus in Deputy: 10-8 Agency (2020)

Canceled: "Deputy"

Announced: April 3, 2020

Career lawman Bill Hollister only lasted one season on Fox as acting sheriff of Los Angeles County.

David Spade in Lights Out with David Spade (2019)

Canceled: "Lights Out With David Spade"

Announced: April 3, 2020

It's lights out for David Spade's talk show on Comedy Central, but the program is being shopped to other channels and platforms.

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