The axe has fallen at ABC. On the cancellation chopping block? A number of fan-favorite comedies that just wrapped up their second seasons.

E! News has learned ABC has canceled Single Parents, Bless This Mess and Schooled in advance of the 2020-2021 TV season. Emergence starring Allison Tolman has also been canceled. The network has two shows on the bubble, For Life and The Baker and the Beauty, which it will decide on at a later date.

The cancellation news comes as ABC announced its line-up of new and returning shows for the upcoming season. A schedule was not announced.

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The network handed out new seasons to American Housewife, The Bachelor, black-ish, The Conners, Dancing With the Stars, The Goldbergs, A Million Little Things, mixed-ish, The Rookie, Shark Tank, Stumptown, 20/20 and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Previously announced returning shows include America's Funniest Home Videos, American Idol, The Bachelorette, The Good Doctor, Grey's Anatomy, Station 19 and a Supermarket Sweep revival.

New shows coming are Big Sky from David E. Kelley and Call Your Mother with Kyra Sedgwick.

"At a time when we are physically apart and shared experiences matter more than ever, these shows will build on the strategy that has made us No. 1 this season – bringing people together, creating cultural moments, and making content that entertains and inspires across generations and demographics," Karey Burke, president of ABC Entertainment, said in a statement. "Our top priority now is to work with our studio partners to ensure a safe return to production so that we can build on the strong momentum of a winning lineup with measured bets on new series that will invigorate our air and continue to deliver the quality programming that our viewers have come to expect and love."

Fox previously revealed it is holding the majority of its new and returning scripted programming for midseason. CBS announced two new shows will join the fall line-up and anticipates getting its shows on the air in the fall. Meanwhile, The CW won't begin its premieres of new and returning shows until January 2021. All these changes and uncertainty are due to the coronavirus pandemic and the production shutdowns to ensure the health and safety of those involved with making television.

Get the scoop on returning shows below.

Prodigal Son

Fox

Single Parents

ABC

Shark Tank

ABC

A Million Little Things

ABC

The Conners

ABC

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Catherine O'Hara

ABC

Dancing With the Stars, Hannah Brown

ABC

Stumptown

ABC

Mixed-Ish

ABC

black-ish

ABC

Bless This Mess

ABC

Emergence

ABC

Schooled

ABC

The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart

ABC

Katy Mixon, American Housewife

ABC

The Rookie

ABC

The Goldbergs

ABC

Outmatched

Fox

American Idol

ABC

The Good Fight

CBS

Good Girls

NBC

Tommy, Edie Falco

CBS

Broke, CBS, Pauley Perrette

CBS

Man With a Plan, Matt LeBlanc

CBS

Carol's Second Act

CBS

MacGyver

CBS

Magnum PI

CBS

Evil

CBS

All Rise

CBS

The Unicorn, New Fall Shows, 2019

CBS

SEAL Team

CBS

SWAT, S.W.A.T., Shemar Moore

CBS

Bob Hearts Abishola

CBS

The Neighborhood

CBS

Allison Janney, MOM

CBS

Bull

CBS

Blue Bloods

CBS

Young Sheldon

CBS

FBI

CBS

FBI: Most Wanted, Kellan Lutz

CBS

NCIS: New Orleans

CBS

NCIS: LA

CBS

NCIS

CBS

God Friended Me

CBS

911, 9-1-1

Fox

9-1-1: Lone Star

Fox

Grey's Anatomy, Station 19

ABC

The Magicians

Syfy

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