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...
Keifer Sutherland's adventures as POTUS are over on ABC, but Netflix has picked up the drama for a third season.
Netflix is keeping its gorgeous ladies of wrestling around for a season three.
Season eight hasn't even premiered yet, but FX has already renewed the horror anthology through season 10.
They'll be back! AMC will welcome a fifth season of the Walking Dead spinoff.
Bob Odenkirk himself helped to make the announcement during the AMC's TCA 2018 press tour that the Breaking Bad sequel/prequel will be back for a fifth season.
The Showtime drama will end after its fifth season, which will likely air next year.
Wynonna and co. will be back for a fourth season on Syfy, as was revealed during the show's panel at San Diego Comic-Con.
Freeform wants a second season of its teen Marvel show, which the cast discovered during their San Diego Comic-Con panel.
FX has ordered a second season of Ryan Murphy's groundbreaking series, which made headlines for featuring the largest cast of transgender and LGBTQ actors ever. It also made a lot of headlines for being pretty dang good, which is why we're psyched for a season two.
Freeform announced the end of the Bella Thorne-starring show after two seasons with a statement.
"We are proud to have had the opportunity to air Famous In Love. After many discussions we have made the difficult decision not to renew the show for a third season. We want to thank our colleagues at Warner Horizon and our incredible producers, writers, cast and crew, especially Marlene King, for their creativity, hard work and dedication."
Netflix announced the third season renewal of Dear White People with a slightly creepy youtube video.
VH1 is staying in the Drag Race business, renewing the highly addictive competition reality series and its companion show Untucked for new seasons!
And 2018 continues to be the year of Donald Glover as FX renewed his hit comedy series for a third season, which will air in 2019.
"Atlanta is phenomenal, achieving and exceeding what few television series have done," the network president Nick Grad said in a statement. "With Atlanta Robbin' Season, Donald and his collaborators elevated the series to even greater heights, building on the enormous success of their award-winning first season. We're grateful to the producers and our extraordinary cast and crew for achieving this level of excellence, and we share the excitement with our audience about the third season knowing they will continue to take us to unexpected and thrilling places."
FX's mind-bending comic-book drama from Fargo creator Noah Hawley, a trippy take on Marvel source material related to the X-Men, will be back for a third season.
Following creator and star Roseanne Barr's latest offensive tweets, ABC decided to cancel their highest rated show (after initially renewing the revival for the 2019-19 TV season).
"Roseanne's Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show," network president Channing Dungey said in a statement.
Fox decided to ground the comedy starring Dylan McDermott after just one season.
With one episode left in season five and the narrative increasingly reaching the devastating climax seen on the big screen in Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel's small-screen MCU offshoot has been renewed for an abbreviated 13 episode sixth season.
Gotham will have one last hurrah on Fox with a fifth and final season, which will focus on Bruce Wayne's transformation into the caped crusader.
Fox picked up the drama for a third season...with Seann William Scott set to replace star Clayne Crawford opposite Damon Wayans. New season, new Riggs!
NBC has picked up the James Spader series for a sixth season!
Sherlock and Watson will be back for season seven on CBS.
CBS will officially be inviting more stars back into the Big Brother house next year.
It's one and done for Mark Feuerstein's real-life inspired comedy on CBS.