It's the most stressful time of the year! Now that all of the fall shows have finally made their debut, it's time for networks to start thinking about next year.
Click through our gallery to find out which new and returning shows have already been renewed and which ones are in serious danger...
Starz pulled the plug on the Patrick Stewart comedy after two seasons. "Thank you to everyone who watched our little show for the past two years. Onwards and upwards," star Karan Soni tweeted.
It's time for Lizzie Caplan and Michael Sheen to say goodbye to the swinging '60s as Showtime has opted to turn their show's just-aired fourth season finale into a stealth series finale. The network confirmed the news via the following statement: "Masters of Sex was a beautifully written and acted exploration of America's changing sexual mores. We are incredibly proud to have shared the story of Masters and Johnson for four critically-acclaimed seasons. The series will remain available across our platforms where new viewers can discover it for years to come."
The medical drama starring Marcia Gay Harden and Rob Lowe has been given three additional episodes, bringing its season two episode total to 16.
Matt LeBlanc's return to multi-camera sitcoms has been give a full season order by CBS.
Joel McHale's CBS comedy was ordered six additional episodes, bringing the show to a full season order.
Now that Robert and Michelle King are busy with the Good Wife spinoff, CBS apparently has no time for their summer political satire BrainDead. They've opted not to go with a second season. CBS has also axed another summer show, American Gothic.
As if The Walking Dead were ever going away. AMC renewed the massive hit (and its aftershow, Talking Dead) for an eighth season, which will kick off with the series' 100th episode.
There's good news and bad news: AMC's sleeper hit Halt and Catch Fire has been renewed for a fourth season, hooray! The bad news: it'll also be the drama's last.
Did Sunday Funday come early?! Midway through its third, FX renewed our favorite comedy for a fourth season.
The humans and the strigoi will have a final showdown on FX. The series will wrap up in the summer of 2017 with its fourth and final season.
Don't count this odd mom out just yet! Bravo has renewed the Jill Kargman-created comedy for a 10-episode third season set to premiere in 2017.
FX is staying in town for a second season of the Donald Glover-created comedy with a 10-episode order for the season two.
Things just got better for Pamela Adlon and the cast and crew of Better Things. FX has ordered a 10-episode second season.
There will be no encore for Luke Wilson and the rest of the Roadies gang. Showtime has decided to stop the music after just one season of the Cameron Crowe-created musical comedy.
Those murderous Rayburns will continue wreaking havoc down in the Florida Keys now that Netflix has ordered a 10-episode third season of the Kyle Chandler-starring series, set to hit the streaming service sometime in 2017. However, it will be also be the last season as Netflix has decided to wrap the series after season three.
There will be no season five for ABC's soapy summer drama! The network canceled the series just a few days after the season four finale, which has now become the series finale.
Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll&Canceled. FX's Denis Leary-starring rock drama won't be back for a third season, and neither will its ampersands.
It's time to say goodbye to Abbudin. FX announced that the season three finale would double as a series finale, effectively ending Tyrant's reign.
ABC announced shortly after the Bachelor in Paradise engagement-palooza (sorry, we mean the second part of the season three finale) that the show will return for a fourth season.
Sorry, Schwimmer: AMC has canceled the former Friends star's drama, Feed the Beast, after one season.
Lifetime has decided to cancel its super-fun summer soap Devious Maids after just four seasons. Now how will be know what happened to Marisol on her wedding day?! There was blood on the broken window!
Good news and bad news, Stranger Things fans: The sci-fi series has been renewed for a nine-episode second season...but you'll have to wait until it hits Netflix in 2017 to watch.
CBS picked up the reality hit for two more seasons, set to air in summer 2017 and 2018, with an additional season set to all this fall on CBS All-Access.