These are the TV shows, so far, returning for another season.
Skaicrew is continuing its fight on Earth for a fifth season.
Ahead of the Season 3 premiere, “12 Monkeys” was renewed for a fourth and final season.
FX’s anthology series “American Horror Story” was renewed for two seasons, guaranteeing at least nine for the series.
“Arrow,” starring Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards, and David Ramsey, was renewed for Season 6.
The Zach Galifianakis-starrer is headed back to screens for a third season.
Freeform’s supernatural/sci-fi series “Beyond” will return for a sophomore season.
CBS’s long-running tentpole series, “The Big Bang Theory,” secured a two-season renewal that will continue the show through Season 12.
“Billions” will return for a third season on Showtime.
Tom Selleck’s “Blue Bloods” will be back for an eighth season on CBS.
Freshman drama “Bull” was renewed for a second season by the Eye.
Pete Holmes’ series about a struggling stand-up comedian was renewed for a sophomore season.
The CW’s critical darling, musical comedy “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” was renewed for Season 3.
CBS’ “Criminal Minds” will return for a 13th season in 2017.
The Lyons will be back for more drama and Cookie-isms next year. The Fox series was renewed for Season 4 at the Television Critics Association.
“The Expanse” is returning for a third season. Season 2, currently airing on Wednesdays on the NBCUniversal-owned cable net, has drawn reasonable critical praise, if not necessarily a massive linear audience. Its current season average is a 0.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 600,000 viewers in Nielsen’s live-plus-same-day ratings.
Scarlet Speedster will race to another season.
TNT’s drama “Good Behavior” is getting a second season.
“The Good Fight,” the first major, exclusive show for CBS All Access, was renewed for a second season halfway through it’s first season.
Kristen Bell and Ted Danson’s “The Good Place” is returning for a second season. In its first season, “The Good Place” averaged a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49 and 6.1 million total viewers overall in Nielsen live-plus-same-day numbers.
“Grey’s Anatomy” will return for its 13th season next year on ABC.
“Hawaii Five-O” was renewed by CBS for an eighth season.
AMC’s sci-fi show that explores the blurring line between human and machine was renewed for a third season. The new season will air in 2018 with eight episodes.
“Ink Master” was renewed for a tenth season ahead of its Season 9 premiere.
Another of The CW’s critical darlings, “Jane the Virgin,” will be back for Season 4.
Kevin James’ “Kevin Can Wait” made the cut for a second season at CBS.
The CW’s team of time-travelling misfits will be back for another season.
“Life in Pieces” is getting a third season on the Eye.
The Judd Apatow and Paul Rust series will return for a third season.
CBS’ remake of “MacGyver” is coming back for a second season.
“Madam Secretary” will return to the Eye for a fourth season in 2017.
Matt LeBlanc’s CBS sitcom is planning on another season.
“The Mick” will be returning for a sophomore season on Fox.
Anna Faris and Allison Janney’s “Mom” is coming back to CBS for a fifth season.
Amazon’s award-winning series “Mozart in the Jungle” has also been renewed.
“Nashville,” which was revived for a fifth season on CMT after being canceled on ABC, has been renewed for a sixth season on the network.
“NCIS” will return for an impressive 15th season in 2017 on CBS.
“NCIS: Los Angeles” was renewed for a ninth season.
A fourth season is in the works for CBS’ “NCIS: New Orleans.”
Netflix’s series “The OA” will continue for a second season on the streamer.
Amazon’s ’80s-set comedy was renewed for a third and final season.
Time with Archie’s gang will continue to Season 2. While “Riverdale” hasn’t precisely been a juggernaut in its first six outings, averaging a 0.4 in the 18-49 demographic and 1.16 million viewers, it adds a healthy 78% in The CW-coveted 18-34 demographic in Nielsen’s Live+7 ratings.
Netflix’s “Santa Clarita Diet,” starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, will take a bite out of another season.
“Scorpion” has been renewed for a fourth season.
Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta’s “Shades of Blue” was renewed for a third season. Season 2 debuted on March 5, opening to a 0.98 rating in the key adults 18-49 demographic and 5.25 million viewers.
The Jeffrey Donovan-starrer about a husband and wife who run a chain of fortune-telling parlors will return for a second season.
The Maid of Might will take flight for Season 3 — “Supergirl’s” second season on The CW.
The freshman comedy, about the owner of a small donut shop that’s located in a quickly gentrifying Chicago neighborhood, is coming back for a sophomore season.
The CW’s seemingly endless series keeps on chugging. “Supernatural” was renewed for Season 13 at TCA.
The America Ferrera series “Superstore” is staying in business for a third season.
NBC’s blowout hit “This Is Us” was not only renewed for a second season, but also a third.
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