2019 TV Cheat Sheet: Which shows are canceled or renewed? See the list!

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It’s that time of year again: Time to see if your favorite TV shows are coming back!

Every spring, television executives at the five broadcast networks — ABC, CBS, The CW, Fox and NBC — decide which shows to bring back for another season, which ones to say goodbye to for good, and which shiny new dramas and comedies will get major pushes. As May approaches, we’ll start to have a better picture of which stars we’ll be seeing on TV in the upcoming 2019-20 season.

To help you sort through the overwhelming amount of TV news out there, ET launches its annual TV Cheat Sheet, your ultimate one-stop shop for all the renewals and cancellations from the major broadcast networks.

As the final decisions trickle in, we’ll continue to update this master list. So be sure to check back here to learn the fate of your favorite network shows!

ABC:

Renewed:
A Million Little Things – Season 2
Bachelor in Paradise – Season 6 
The Bachelorette – Season 15 (Premieres May 13)
Black-ish – Season 6
The Conners – Season 2
The Good Doctor – Season 3
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD – through Season 7
Modern Family – Season 11 (Final season)

Canceled:
For the People
Take Two
The Kids Are Alright
The Fix

FOR THE PEOPLE – “A Choice Between Two Things” – On Election Day, Jay turns to Kate and the team for help after his parents and other voters are illegally intimidated at their polling place. Meanwhile, Roger and Jill’s relationship is at an impasse when Sandra learns that they are romantically involved and challenges Jill’s judgement. Elsewhere, Seth gets assigned to the case of a lifetime, but his anxiety increases when he is appointed a bodyguard to help protect him, all while Sandra and Ted take their relationship up a notch on the season finale of “For The People,” THURSDAY, MAY 16 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. (Byron Cohen/ABC via Getty Images)
BRITT ROBERTSON, JASMIN SAVOY BROWN, CHARLES MICHAEL DAVIS

FOR THE PEOPLE – “A Choice Between Two Things” – On Election Day, Jay turns to Kate and the team for help after his parents and other voters are illegally intimidated at their polling place. Meanwhile, Roger and Jill’s relationship is at an impasse when Sandra learns that they are romantically involved and challenges Jill’s judgement. Elsewhere, Seth gets assigned to the case of a lifetime, but his anxiety increases when he is appointed a bodyguard to help protect him, all while Sandra and Ted take their relationship up a notch on the season finale of “For The People,” THURSDAY, MAY 16 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. (Byron Cohen/ABC via Getty Images)
BRITT ROBERTSON, JASMIN SAVOY BROWN, CHARLES MICHAEL DAVIS

FOR THE PEOPLE – “First Inning” – In the season premiere, Sandra, with the help of new investigator Ted, must defend a teenage gamer whose online argument leads to a police raid that ends with the death of a United States senator. A personal connection to the “swatting” case makes Roger determined to charge the teenager to the fullest extent of the law and pushes Kate to her limits in the process. Meanwhile, Jay is tasked with defending New York’s most spoiled millennial from going to jail for her petty crimes on the season premiere of “For The People,” THURSDAY, MARCH 7 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network. (Giovanni Rufino/ABC via Getty Images)
JASMIN SAVOY BROWN, BRITT ROBERTSON, WESAM KEESH, HOPE DAVIS

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Yet to Premiere:
Grand Hotel (Premieres June 17)
Reef Break (Premieres in summer)

Awaiting Decision:
American Housewife
American Idol

The Bachelor 
Bless This Mess
Fresh Off the Boat
The Goldbergs

Grey’s Anatomy (Likely returning for Season 16)
How to Get Away With Murder
The Rookie
Schooled
Single Parents
Speechless
Splitting Up Together
Station 19
Whiskey Cavalier

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
Mixed-ish (Black-ish prequel)
Untitled Cobie Smulders Drama (Based on Stumptown graphic novels, stars Cobie Smulders)

CBS:

Renewed:
48 Hours – Season 32
60 Minutes – Season 52
Big Brother – Season 21 (No formal announcement, but Julie Chen says she will return)
Blue Bloods – Season 10
Bull – Season 4
Criminal Minds – Season 15 (Final season)
Elementary – Season 7 (Final season)
FBI – Season 2
God Friended Me – Season 2
Hawaii Five-0 – Season 10
MacGyver – Season 3
Madam Secretary – Season 6
Magnum, P.I. – Season 2
Mom – through Season 8
NCIS – Season 17
NCIS: Los Angeles – Season 11
NCIS: New Orleans – Season 6
The Neighborhood – Season 2
Ransom – Season 3
SEAL Team – Season 3
S.W.A.T. – Season 3
Young Sheldon – through Season 4

Final Season:
The Big Bang Theory – Season 12 (Series finale on May 16)

knock, knock, knock, thank you… Thank you, apartment 4A, for being a home to so many dreams come true, to so many friendships made. And thank YOU, ALL of you – yes, YOU, reading this right NOW! As we get ready to tape our final episode tonight, to walk in and out of this apartment door for the last time, it is hard to find the words to articulate what a profound experience this has been. But the words “love” and “gratitude” come to mind… so love and gratitude to all of you. ALL of you. Thank you. ❤️ (oh! and happy birthday to @sanctionedjohnnygalecki and @kunalkarmanayyar – talk about good timing… may your next 12 years be as vibrant and wonderful as the last 12 years in which i’ve had the pleasure to know and work with you both 🎉)

It is an overwhelming day to say the least. All of the feelings: gratitude, sadness, joy, excitement, grief…it’s the end of a huge part of our lives and the beginning of who knows what. Thank you to the millions of people who love this show. Thank you for the lessons we have learned from you all. Thank you to our writers for caring so very much about these characters you all believe in and trust. Thank you for making our family a part of your family’s laughter, tears, and challenges. I get to play dress up for a living and I am so honored to be a part of this cast, this crew, this staff, and this wonderful show about how these brilliant characters live, think, and love. It all started with a big bang. ❤️💥

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Canceled:
Salvation 

Awaiting Decision:
The Amazing Race – Season 30 (Premieres May 22)
Celebrity Big Brother 
The Code 
Fam
Happy Together 
Instinct
 – Season 2 (Premieres June 19)
Life in Pieces 
Man With a Plan
Murphy Brown
The Red Line
 
Survivor
 (Likely returning for Seasons 39 and 40)

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
All Rise
Bob Hearts Abisola 
(Stars Billy Gardell)
Broke (Stars Jaime Camil and Pauley Perrette)
Carol’s Second Act (Stars Patricia Heaton)
Evil (Stars Westworld‘s Katja Herbers)
FBI: Most Wanted (FBI spinoff starring Julian McMahon)
The Unicorn (Stars Walton Goggins)

The CW:

Renewed:
The 100 – Season 7
All American – Season 2 
Arrow – Season 8 (Final season)
Black Lightning – Season 3
Burden of Truth – Season 2
Charmed – Season 2
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 5
Dynasty – Season 3
The Flash – Season 6
In the Dark – Season 2 
Legacies – Season 2
The Outpost – Season 2
Riverdale – Season 4
Roswell, New Mexico – Season 2 
Supergirl – Season 5
Supernatural – Season 15 (Final season)

Final Season: 
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – Season 4
Jane the Virgin – Season 5
iZombie – Season 5 

Canceled:
None

Awaiting Decision:
None

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
Batwoman (Stars Ruby Rose)
Bulletproof (Premieres in summer)
Katy Keene (Riverdale spinoff starring Lucy Hale and Ashleigh Murray)
Nancy Drew (Stars newcomer Kennedy McMann)

FOX:

Renewed:
9-1-1 – Season 3
Bob’s Burgers – Season 10
Empire – Season 6
Family Guy – Season 18
Last Man Standing – Season 8 (Second season on Fox)
The Masked Singer – Season 2
The Resident – Season 3 
The Simpsons – through Season 32

Final Season:
Gotham – Season 5 

Canceled:
The Gifted
Rel

Awaiting Decision:
The Cool Kids 
Lethal Weapon
The Orville
The Passage
Proven Innocent
Star

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
BH90210 (Premieres Aug. 7)
Bless the Harts 
Deputy (Stars True Detective‘s Stephen Dorff)
Duncanville
The Great North
Next 
(Stars John Slattery)
Prodigal Son (Stars Michael Sheen)
Outmatched (Stars Jason Biggs)
Untitled Jason Katims Drama (Based on Australia’s Sisters, stars Brittany Snow and Emily Osment)

NBC:

Renewed:
The Blacklist – Season 7
Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Season 7 (Second season on NBC)
Chicago Fire – Season 8
Chicago Med – Season 5
Chicago PD – Season 7
Good Girls – Season 3
The Good Place – Season 4
Law Order: SVU – Season 21
Manifest – Season 2 
New Amsterdam – Season 2
Superstore – Season 5
Will Grace – Season 3 (11th season overall)

Canceled:
Marlon 
Midnight, Texas 
Trial Error

Yet to Premiere:
The InBetween (Premieres May 29)

Awaiting Decision:
Abby’s
A.P. Bio 
Blindspot
The Enemy Within 
I Feel Bad 
This Is Us 
The Village 
The Voice 

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
Bluff City Law (Stars Jimmy Smits)
Council of Dads (Stars Clive Standen)
Law Order: Hate Crimes (Being redeveloped)
Sunnyside (Stars Kal Penn)
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (Stars Jane Levy)

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