While it's not a back 9 (See what we did there?!), CBS did order three additional scripts from the sitcom created by and starring Mark Feuerstein (which is based on his real-life experience).
CBS picked up Shemar Moore's police drama for a full-season after it's been averaging 6.3 million viewers per episode.
The CW picked up a full season of their revival of the '80s soap. Enter: Alexis?! We can only hope.
David Boreanaz has another hit on his hands, with his CBS military drama getting a full-season order.
The diagnosis was a good one for the Freddie Highmore-fronted medical drama, receiving a full-season order from ABC after becoming the No. 1 new drama on TV.
Seth MacFarlane will continue exploring comedy and outer space on Fox, as the network has already renewed the dramedy for a second season.
The Big Bang Theory spinoff, focusing on a young version of Jim Parsons' fan-favorite character, had the honor of being the first show to be picked up, with CBS ordering a full-season. And it's easy to see why: The premiere attracted 17.2 million viewers and a staggering 3.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic, making it the most-watched comedy premiere on any network since 2011. (The rating was also the highest for any new comedy since 2013. Bazinga!)
The future is not looking so good for the CBS sitcom, with the network choosing to bump up the premiere of Man With a Plan's second season to replace the low-rated Me, Myself and I.
Kyra Sedgwick's drama failed to connect with ABC's viewers on Sunday nights, with the network choosing to burn off the remaining episodes on Saturdays later this season.