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Now that the networks have all launched their fall line-ups—some with more success than others—we're officially in the most stressful time of year for TV lovers and creators alike, as it's time to for the network bosses to start looking to next 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 in serious danger...
NBC canceled the medical drama after four seasons.
"We want to thank our amazing creators and executive producers, Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah, for their dedication and stellar work; a cast and crew that were second to none; and the city of Albuquerque, N.M., which graciously opened its arms to us," Jennifer Salke, President, NBC Entertainment, said in a statement. "For four seasons The Night Shift gave audiences a window to heroic doctors, nurses and all-star medical workers who never hesitated to give their blood, sweat and time to help those most in need."
NBC picked up a second season of Marlon Wayans' sitcom, with is loosely inspired by his real life, after it averaged a 1.5 demo rating in its summer run.
Good news for fans of James Franco acting opposite himself in '70s New York City! HBO has ordered a second season of The Deuce.
Selina Meyer's political run (and Julia Louis Dreyfus' Emmy domination) is coming to an end. Season seven of the HBO comedy, which will air in 2018, will be its last.
Things won't be getting better for Jason Bateman's Marty Byrde any time soon now that Netflix has ordered a second season of the dark crime drama.
Naomi Watts' Jean Holloway won't be creepily meddling in her patients' lives anymore now that Netflix has pulled the plug on this psychological drama after one season.
Netflix has renewed the '80s lady wrestler series for a second season!
The awkward adventures of Issa and Molly will continue into a third season thanks to an early pick-up from HBO.
The Dwayne Johnson-starring comedy has landed a fourth season order from HBO.
Season nine will be the last for Patricia Heaton's ABC comedy.
The cult hit earned a third season renewal at Comic-Con.
"Fans have been passionately embracing Wynonna Earp since its debut," IDW president David Ozer said of the news. "SYFY recognized that passion and when coupled with superior writing, acting, directing and production values, saw that Wynonna Earp was more than just a distinctly unique television series. We're thrilled to continue our partnership with SYFY and look forward to another fun season of incredible entertainment with the cast and crew of Wynonna Earp."
Netflix renewed the drama for a second season at Comic-Con, with a new showrunner, Raven Metzner, set to take over.
The Originals will end the epic tale of the Mikaelson family after its fifth season on The CW, showrunner Julie Plec announced in an emotional note to fans, just one year after it was announced The Vampire Diaries would was ending. Always and forever!
TNT is staying in the nail business with a second season order of the Niecy Nash-starring darkly comedic drama.
In a surprising move, star Jerrod Carmichael announced plans to walk away from his series after season three, effectively canceling the NBC comedy.
Dear white people, you aren't off the hook just yet. Netflix has renewed their socially-conscious collegiate comedy for a second season!
NBC isn't ready to stop dancing just yet. The network has ordered a second season of their breakout hit dance competition starring Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, Ne-Yo and Jenna Dewan Tatum!
AMC's Breaking Bad prequel isn't going anywhere anytime soon now that the network has ordered a fourth season of the tragic story of Jimmy McGill's transformation into Saul Goodman.
Netflix continues on its first-ever cancellation streak by saying goodbye to Girlboss after one season.
Kimmy, Titus and Jacqueline will return for a fourth season in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt!
Fox is saying goodbye to its reincarnation of 24 after one season.
Season five of the comedy is coming to HBO.
HBO has renewed the Emmy-winning comedy for a seventh season.