Zoey's still got a lot more growing up to do.

Grown-ish has been renewed for a second season by Freeform, the network announced at its inaugural Freeform Summit in Los Angeles on Thursday. The Black-ish spinoff focusing on Yara Shahidi's Zoey as she navigates her freshman year at Cal U. Maybe Zoey will lose her "Cup B--ch" nickname in her sophomore year?!

Also starring in the series are Trevor Jackson, Francia Raisa, Emily Arlook, Jordan Buhat, Chloe and Halle Bailey, Luka Sabbat, Dean Cole and Chris Parnell

Grown-ish, Yara Shahidi


Grown-ish's series premiere attracted the network's highest ratings for a comedy debut in almost six years, with 1.56 million total viewers. Its debut was also the night's No. 1 scripted series on cable among women 18-49. 

Plus, critics and Twitter are loving the show, which was created by Kenya Barris. Hey, they do say college is the best four years of your life!

Curious to know what other shows have been picked up for another season? We've got you covered: 

Renewed/Canceled gallery: 9-1-1, Young Sheldon, The Gifted, Will & Grace


It's that most nerve-wracking time of year, TV fans. Time for the networks to decide how much of their current lineups will receive new season pickups. Will your long-running fave find itself suddenly retired? And how about that new show you're digging? Will it make it out of its freshman year?

Click through our gallery to find out which of your favorite new and returning shows have already secured safe passage to another season and which are living on borrowed time...

Will and Grace, Will & Grace


Before the highly-successful revival of NBC's beloved comedy even debuted in the fall, the network had already sealed the deal on a second (or 10th) season with the Fab Foursome. And now the show has been renewed for a third/11th season! We've got new Will & Grace to last us all the way to 2020, and you won't hear us complaining about that. 

The Bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr., Lauren Burnham

Paul Hebert/ABC

Yeah, like ABC wasn't going to pick up a 23rd season of the longrunning reality hit after THAT finale. 

Dancing With the Stars


Fans will be taking a 27th trip back to the ballroom this fall. 

The Good Doctor


The diagnosis for TV's No. 1 drama is—wait for it!—good, as ABC renewed Freddie Highmore's medical procedural for a second season. 

"The Good Doctor's message of inclusiveness resonates with our viewers and is a hallmark of what we aim to accomplish here at ABC," Channing Dungey, president, ABC Entertainment, said in a statement. "This series has quickly joined the zeitgeist and broken records in the competitive television landscape. We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Shaun Murphy will be back for another season."

Schitt's Creek, Season 4


The Rose family isn't getting out of Schitt's Creek any time soon now that Pop has renewed the Canadian co-production for a fifth season and frankly, we can't wait to see what new wigs are in store for the incredible Catherine O'Hara.

Black Mirror


Charlie Booker's unnerving technology-influenced anthology series will be back on Netflix for a fifth season, its third on the streaming service.

The Magicians


We guess this means that Quentin Coldwater (Jason Ralph) and his cynical band of magicians find a way to restore magic after all because Syfy has renewed the delightful drama for a fourth season!

Superstore, Pilot

Trae Patton/NBC

Attention, Cloud 9 shoppers! Superstore has officially been renewed for a fourth season!

Mel B, America's Got Talent, AGT


NBC's summertime variety competition will be back for a 13th season with Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Mel B returning as judges alongside host Tyra Banks.

Lauren Tom, Andi Mack, Disney Channel

Disney Channel/Craig Sjodin

Disney Channel's heartfelt coming-of-age comedy, from Lizzie McGuire creator Terri Minsky, has landed a third season order from the kid-skewing cable network.

So You Think You Can Dance


America's favorite dance competition has earned a season 15, with judges Mary Murphy, Nigel Lythgoe and Vanessa Hudgens, as well as host Cat Deeley, returning this summer.

Kathy Bates, Disjointed


Talk about a buzzkill. Netflix has canceled Kathy Bates' weed comedy, from creator Chuck Lorre, after just one season.

Midnight Texas


The supernatural citizen of Midnight, Texas live to see a second season, with NBC renewing the summer's No. 1 broadcast drama.

Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Grace and Frankie


Netflix won't leave Grace and Frankie fans hanging after the season four finale left its titular characters (played by Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, respectively) without a place to call home. And in season five, debuting in 2019, they'll be joined by guest star RuPaul, who will appear as Benjamin Le Day, a quick-witted adversary who faces off with our gals.

Once Upon a Time


Once upon a time, all good things must come to an end. The ABC fairy tale drama will end after the current seventh season.

Suits Season 7, Meghan Markle, Patrick J. Adams


Suits is returning for an eighth season...but officially saying goodbye to two original cast members: Meghan Markle and Patrick J. Adams. (And we all know why. Hi, Prince Harry!)

"After seven seasons, Suits remains one of USA Network's most beloved and popular series," Chris McCumber, President, Entertainment Networks, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment, said in a statement. "While we're excited for Season 8, everyone at USA will deeply miss Patrick and Meghan, and are grateful for the talent and commitment they brought to Suits season after season. We wish each of them nothing but the very best."

Creator Aaron Korsh added, "I would like to thank Patrick and Meghan for their extraordinary contributions over the last seven years. Not only have they been outstanding in their roles as Mike and Rachel, they are also superb human beings who will always be beloved members of the Suits family, and we wish them well in their days to come."

The Chi


Showtime has ordered a second season of Lena Waithe's creation, citing the drama's ratings power, with each new episode seeing audience growth and the Jan. 28 episode outperforming the series premiere by a whopping 41 percent. 

"From viewers and critics alike, the response to The Chi has been so enthusiastic from the very start that our decision to renew the series was an easy one," Gary Levine, Showtime's president of programming, said. "We love the vibrant characters and the nuanced world that Lena has created. Her vision for The Chi has clearly struck a chord and we know she has many more moving, personal and resonant stories to tell about her beloved hometown."  

Fuller House


The Tanner clan will be back for a fourth season of episodes on Netflix.

Happy!, Christopher Meloni


Syfy has ordered a second season of its bonkers graphic novel adaptation starring Christopher Meloni and featuring the voice of Patton Oswalt as the titular blue winged horse.

9-1-1, Connie Britton, Peter Krause, Angela Bassett


Ryan Murphy's take on the first responder procedural, starring Connie Britton, Angela Bassett and Peter Krause, has earned a second season renewal after airing only two episodes.

Young Sheldon


No bazinga here! TV's No. 1 new comedy, the single-cam origin story of The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper, will be back for a second season on CBS.

The Mayor


Despite being one of the fall's most charming new comedies, ABC's politically-minded series failed to connect with viewers and was yanked from the schedule after just nine episodes.

The Gifted, Fox New Shows


Days ahead of its two-hour first season finale, Fox announced that its Marvel series set in the world of the X-Men universe will return for a second season!

The Good Place, Ted Danson, Kristen Bell


Great forking news! NBC has handed a third season order to Mike Schur's delightful comedy about the afterlife, starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson.

The Gong Show


ABC has handed out a second season order to its revival of TV's most insane talent show. This time around, legendary comedian Mike Myers is owning the fact that he's the actor bringing outlandish host Tommy Maitland to life.

Frankie Shaw, SMILF


Showtime has renewed its critically acclaimed comedy for a second season!

Ten Days in the Valley, Kyra Sedgwick


Kyra Sedgwick's return to TV wasn't enough to draw viewers in the melodramatic kidnapping thriller, causing ABC to burn the rest of the 13-episode first season on Saturday nights.

You're the Worst


FXX announced the hit comedy will end in 2018. 

"Making You're The Worst has been an incredible experience and FX Networks have been dream partners," creator Stephen Falk said. "I am thankful to have the opportunity to be thoroughly judged whether or not we ‘stick the landing'—which is a thing people say now that stupid Breaking Bad had to end so damn perfectly."

Love, Paul Rust, Gillian Jacobs


The third and final season of Netflix's romantic comedy, created by Judd Apatow and starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust, will debut on the streaming service on March 9, 2018.

Mr. Robot Season 3


USA Network's critically-beloved hacker thriller will return for a fourth season in 2018!

The Orville


One of the breakout hits of the fall season, Fox renewed Seth MacFarlane's space dramedy for a second season. 

Hayden Penettiere, Nashville

Mark Levine/CMT

CMT announced the country music drama's sixth season will also be its last. 

"All of us on Nashville are so incredibly grateful to the show's fans, who convinced CMT to give us a chance to keep telling the story of these remarkable characters," executive producer Marshall Herskovitz said in a statement. "And we want to return the favor with a final season that celebrates all the joys and passions, twists and turns—and amazing music!—that made Nashville such an exciting journey for the last six years."

Difficult People


Billy Eichner confirmed on Twitter that Hulu is saying goodbye to its Difficult People after three delightfully difficult seasons. 

Wisdom of the Crowd


CBS has opted not to give the crime drama a season two. 

Emmy Rossum, Shameless

Paul Sarkis/SHOWTIME

Showtime renewed its No. 1 comedy for a ninth season, with the network president David Nevins saying, "As challenging as it can be for any show simple to maintain viewers in the current TV landscape, Shameless is adding them in droves. But it's no mystery why. The series' reputation for rich and resonant characters and for deep--and deeply--twisted comedy has drawn not only faithful longtime viewers, but a steadily growing audience." 

American Vandal


We may have never gotten a definitive answer to "Who drew the dicks?" but we are getting a second season of Netflix's hysterical true-crime spoof. The streaming giant announced that American Vandal will be back with eight new episodes in 2018.

Mindhunter, Jonathan Groff


Agents Ford, Tench, and Carr will be back to creep you out in a second season of the Netflix series.

Marvel's The Punisher, Jon Bernthal


Netflix has opted to bring back its latest Marvel offering for a season two.

Curb Your Enthusiasm


Ready for some pretty, pretty, pretty good news? HBO has renewed Larry David's caustic comedy for a 10th season. "As I've said many times, when one has the opportunity to annoy someone, one should do so," David said, celebrating the news.

Grown-ish airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Freeform. 

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