Three of your favorite TNT series are sticking around through 2016, while another trio have been given the pink slip.
The network announced on Tuesday that they've renewed The Librarians, Major Crimes, and Murder in the First for new seasons. Major Crimes' 13-episode fifth season and a 10-episode third go-round for Murder in the First are both set to air next summer, while a 10-episode third season of the hit fantasy series The Librarians will come your way next fall.
Rebecca Romijn and the rest of her secret-keeping Librarians are currently in the midst of their second season, with the finale set for Sunday, Dec. 27 at 8 p.m. Major Crimes, spun-off successfully from The Closer, is currently airing its fourth season on Mondays through Dec. 21, and will return to finish up its season in February 2016. Murder in the First, however, wrapped up its second season this past summer.
It wasn't all good news, though. Sean Bean's Legends, Ed Burns' Public Morals, and the Sharon Stone-starring Agent X were all canceled by the network. You win some, you lose some.