Despite a drop in ratings after its blockbuster debut, the buzzed-about Avengers off-shoot was renewed for a second season by ABC. Plus, the network also ordered another Marvel project, Agent Carter, to series. Avengers, Assemble! Or, you know, stay where you are!
While the ratings for J.J. Abrams' futuristic cop drama haven't been impressive, they have actually improved, especially in the adults 18-49 demo. However, it wasn't enough and Fox pulled the plug after one season.
The race will continue for a 25th season as CBS picked up another season of their Emmy Award-winning reality hit.
After Coven became the franchise's highest rated season yet (averaging 4 million viewers per episode), the FX drama will return for a fourth season. But who will be back? So far just Jessica Lange has said she's officially signed on for the fourth season and has indicated it will be her last with American Horror Story.
The former ratings powerhouse has dwindled in viewers in Season 13, even dropping to all-time lows in the demo (1.5), but Fox still picked up a 14th season of the reality series, with auditions kicking off in June.
This long-running reality series will outlive us all: it returns for its 20th cycle this summer on the CW.
Stephen Amell and all of his abs will be returning for a third season of crime-fighting and awesome guest stars, with the CW renewing its highest rated drama (3.9 million viewers), surprising no one.
Though Juan Pablo Galavis' season has courted its fair share of scandal, thanks to his controversial gay remarks, ratings have been solid, with the season premiere hitting a three-year high for the show. So yes, ABC will give the franchise another rose.
A&E reopens the Motel for its second season on March 3 after an impressive freshman outing. Network president Bob DeBitetto said, "With superb writing and exceptional acting, led by the critically acclaimed performances of Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore, we're incredibly excited to see where Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin take Norma and Norman Bates next."
Though it has a loyal fan base, Beauty and the Beast has been struggling in the ratings (the last original ep brought in under a million viewers) and the CW has struggled to find a timeslot for the action-romance drama, and put it on hiatus after its March 10 finale. However, most definitely thanks to it winning our "Save One Show" competiton, it was renewed for another season during Upfronts.
How much does CBS love TBBT, the number one comedy on TV? Enough to order three more seasons of the sitcom, bringing its run to 10 seasons by 2017. Can you say bazinga?! "Comedy is a big part of our schedule, and The Big Bang Theory is the biggest comedy force on television," CBS boss Nina Tassler said.
Despite the recent controversy surrounding winner Rachel Frederickson's shocking 155-pound weight loss, NBC is bringing the reality series back for a 16th season. But will Jillian Michaels return? She's hinted she wants out.
The No. 1 new drama of the year, NBC won't be crossing James Spader off their list anytime soon: the net has already renewed the procedural for a second season.
After the Tom Selleck-starrer hit season high numbers, continuing its Friday night dominance, CBS picked up the police procedural for a fourth season.
HBO announced it renewed Boardwalk Empire for a fifth and final season. "After much discussion with my creative team and HBO, we've decided to wrap up the series after such a great run and look forward to bringing it to a powerful and exciting conclusion," creator Terence Winter said.
Married life is good for Booth and Brennan! Fox renewed the drama for a 10th season and moved it back to its original Monday night timeslot. "10 is it," Boreanaz tweeted of the good news. "Bring the magic and bring the love for @BONESonFOX . #Back"
After a surprise win for Best Comedy at the Golden Globes, as well as an equally as surprising win for leading man Andy Samberg, Fox picked up Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a second season.
After the season two finale attracted well under a million viewers, the network decided to cancel The Sex and the City prequel, which starred AnnaSophia Robb as a young Carrie Bradshaw and Lindsey Gort as a young Samantha Jones.
After season six was the drama's highest-rated season yet, ABC's decision to pick up the Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic-starrer for a seventh season wasn't too surprising.
NBC picked up the firefighter drama for a third season after it launched a successful spinoff and its January midseason premiere attracted 6.8 million viewers and a 1.9/5 in the ratings, despite a four-week break and the absence of a Voice lead-in.
After a highly anticipated crossover with the mega-hit, Law & Order: SVU and solid ratings, NBC picked up the freshman drama, a spinoff from Chicago Fire, for a second season.
"It's official!! #ChicagoPD will be back for Season 2," Chicago PD star Sophia Bush tweeted. "Thank you all so much for watching and loving this show that we love to make for you!! #GetYourCPDon"
For a while, we kind of thought Community really could make it to the six seasons part of #sixseasonsandamovie. The cult favorite comedy returned to NBC this winter and had been doing consistent in its time period. Robert Greenblatt told reporters at TCA that there was a strong possibility the show would return next year, but alas our hopes were dashed when it was announced that season five was in fact its last.
CBS gave The Crazy Ones an early seal of approval by ordering a full first season, but a decline in ratings led the network to cancel the Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar sitom.
Still going strong 200 episodes in, CBS picked up the procedural for another season of watch-through-your-fingers cases.