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It's that time of the year, TV fans.
Networks are starting to decide on which shows they will be keeping around and which ones they will be axing, either delighting or destroying fans. And some renewals and cancellations have come early, with the CW picking up eight of its series and CBS renewing three of its dramas. But not every show has been so lucky.
To help you find out if your favorite show has been renewed or canceled, we've compiled info on over 60 series! And for the ones the networks have yet to make a decision on, we're giving you the odds on whether or not it will survive. Consider us your TV Yoda, you will!
Ratings are solid, it produced a massively successful spinoff and the CW is looking to add in yet another spinoff (possibly centering on Brandon Routh's Ray Palmer aka the Atom). So yeah, season four is a go.
Break out your pruning shears 'cause we're going to need a lot more roses!
Sorry, Rainn Wilson! Fox has canceled The Office star's TV return after just one low-rated season..
Last March, CBS ordered three more seasons of TV's most-watched comedy. Consider it an uber-renewal!
ABC renewed the freshman drama, along with 21 other series on May 7.
NBC officially renewed the James Spader-led drama after moving it to Thursdays, a switch which Bob Greenblatt called a "risky but necessary move to make."
Blue Bloods is such a strange beast only because it's SUCH a strong performer on a Friday night. So of course, CBS renewed it.
Booth and Brennan are officially returning for an 11th season, and John Boyd will be a series regular. Yay for more Agent Aubrey!
Expect the laughs to continue in the precinct as Andy Samberg's cop sitcom was renewed for season three.
It was all but official back in January, when boss Paul Lee told reporters, "It will be coming back." So there you go!
The drama about a young woman (Italia Ricci) learning she has cancer shouldn't be this charming, but it is, so it wasn't surprising to see the network renew it for a second season.
"Through the laughter and the tears, our audience has connected with the characters and relationships in Chasing Life and we are thrilled to continue telling April's courageous story," Karey Burke, EVP of ABC Family, said. "Chasing Life has found a home here."
NBC officially renewed the drama and its sister show in February. "The odds are great," NBC boss Bob Greenblatt previously said about the series' return chances.
"The odds are great that Chicago Fire and Chicago PD will be back," NBC boss Bob Greenblatt said of Dick Wolf's latest successful drama series, with a third show, Chicago Med, possibly in the works. And he wasn't lying! NBC officially renewed the series in February.
Proof that not ALL comic book adaptations work? NBC's Constantine, which failed to connect with viewers, leading the network to cancel it after one low-rated season.
Even though Jennifer Love Hewitt is exiting the series after just one season, CBS picked up the drama, as well as its spinoff, for the fall.
Though CSI's was trimmed by four episodes and Ted Danson booked a role on Fargo's second season, don't count the drama, now in its 15th season, out just yet. "We don't know yet what is going to happen with the show," CBS boss Nina Tassler said. "We're just incredibly proud and it continues to do well."
No surprise here, ABC renewed the reality hit for a 21st season, so prepare to return to the ballroom in the fall.
Sherlock Holmes will be back for another season of mystery-solving and wisecracks.
After just two episodes, Fox renewed the hip hop drama for a second season, and it's easy to see why, given that the ratings actually went up from week one to week two. Long live the Empire, indeed. (And Cookie. Cookie forever!)
Halle Berry's sci-fi summer series, which was billed as a limited event, is coming back for a second season...but there will be changes, CBS boss Nina Tassler said, including some casting changes. "We are making changes in terms of the mythology of show," she added.
Um, it was the network's highest-rated series debut ever, and its crossover episode with Arrow actually improved on those numbers. So yes, season two is happening. Duh.
And the killing spree has come to an end after three seasons, as Fox pulled the plug on Kevin Bacon's serial killer thriller.
[Insert cheap joke about the freshman drama not going on forever here.]