What TV shows have been renewed and canceled?

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Keep up with all of this season's cancellations and renewals with our TV series tracker. Did your favorite shows make the cut?

1. Renewed: "American Horror Story"

Announced: Aug. 3, 2018

Ahead of Seasons 8 and 9 even hitting the air, FX announced that it had ordered a 10th season of the anthology series "American Horror Story." This likely will extend the show to run at least through 2020.


2. Canceled: "The Dangerous Book for Boys"

Announced: Aug. 1, 2018

Amazon put "The Dangerous Book for Boys" back on the shelf by announcing that the children's fantasy series will not have a second season on the streaming service.

3. Renewed: "Love Is_"

Announced: July 31, 2018

OWN has renewed this series, based on the life of writer-director couple Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil, for a second season, ahead of its Season 1 finale.

4. Renewed: "Better Call Saul," "Fear the Walking Dead," and "McMafia"

Announced: July 28, 2018

AMC announced pickups for three of its series at July's Television Critics Association presentation. The "Breaking Bad" prequel "Better Call Saul" and "The Walking Dead" offshoot "Fear the Walking Dead" will receive fifth seasons. "McMafia" received an order for Season 2.

5. Renewed: "Sneaky Pete"

Announced: July 28, 2018

Amazon announced that it has ordered a third season of the assumed-identity drama "Sneaky Pete."

6. Renewed: "Altered Carbon"

Announced: July 27, 2018

Netflix has ordered a second season of the sci-fi series "Altered Carbon," albeit with an alteration of its own: Anthony Mackie will assume the lead role of Takeshi Kovacs from Joel Kinnaman. No word yet on whether other roles will move to other actors, as consciousness-shifting is in the realm of possibility in the "Altered Carbon" world.

7. Renewed: "Condor" and "You Me Her"

Announced: July 27, 2018

The Audience Network extended two of its series. The drama "Condor" will return for Season 2, and the romantic comedy "You Me Her" received orders for a fourth season as well as a fifth.

8. Renewed: "Good Witch"

Announced: July 26, 2018

Shortly after the conclusion of Season 4, the Hallmark Channel announced that the supernatural comedy/drama "Good Witch" will return for a fifth season.

9. Renewed: "You"

Announced: July 26, 2018

How hot is super-producer Greg Berlanti? His Lifetime scripted series "You," detailing the exploits of a tech-savvy twentysomething to woo the woman of his dreams, was renewed for a second season before Season 1 started on Sept. 9.

10. Renewed: "The Affair"

Announced: July 26, 2018

The end of "The Affair" is coming, but not immediately. As Season 4 of the Showtime drama winds down, the network announced that it has ordered a fifth and final season of the series.

11. Renewed: "Yellowstone"

Announced: July 24, 2018

The Paramount Network has renewed Kevin Costner ranch-hand drama "Yellowstone" for a second season, hitting the airwaves in 2019.

12. Renewed: "The Man in the High Castle"

Announced: July 21, 2018

While premiering a date-announcement video for Season 3 of "The Man in the High Castle" at San Diego Comic-Con, Amazon Studios also announced that the dystopian/alternate-America series was renewed for a fourth season.

13. Renewed: "Wynonna Earp"

Announced: July 21, 2018

Shortly into Season 3, Syfy renewed this series for Season 4, it announced at the show's San Diego Comic-Con panel.

14. Canceled: "Colony"

Announced: July 21, 2018

Days before the Season 3 finale of "Colony" was set to hit the air, USA announced that it would serve as the series finale for the apocalyptic drama.

15. Renewed: "Cloak & Dagger"

Announced: July 20, 2018

No need to stress, Marvel fans: The "Cloak & Dagger" panel at the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con included the announcement that the series will see a Season 2 on Freeform in Spring 2019.

16. Renewed: "Impulse"

Announced: July 19, 2018

YouTube has ordered a second season of this Doug Liman-helmed series, which focuses on a teen with a mysterious power.

17. Renewed: "Ransom"

Announced: July 16, 2018

CBS has renewed this drama, about negotiators who spring into action during crises and hostage situations, for a third season.

18. Canceled: "UnREAL"

Announced: July 16, 2018

There's good news and bad news for fans of "UnREAL." On the plus side, Hulu surprise-released all eight episodes of the series' fourth season on July 16, just months after Season 3 wrapped. Hulu also announced, however, that Season 4 would be the show's last.

19. Renewed: "Sweetbitter"

Announced: July 13, 2018

Starz has ordered a second season of the half-hour comedic drama "Sweetbitter," chronicling the first steps of a young woman (Ella Purnell) in New York's food and hospitality world. The order is for 10 episodes, up from the first season's six.

20. Renewed: "Pose"

Announced: July 12, 2018

The category is ... SEASON 2 REALNESS: FX has renewed its late-1980s ball-culture series for a sophomore campaign.

21. Renewed: "Animal Kingdom" and "Claws"

Announced: July 2, 2018

TNT has renewed two of its original dramas: "Animal Kingdom" for Season 4 and "Claws" for Season 3. Both are expected to hit the air in 2019.

22. Canceled: "Champions"

Announced: June 29, 2018

NBC canceled this comedy, co-created by Mindy Kaling, after its first season. Producers reportedly are shopping it to other networks.

23. Canceled: "Six"

Announced: June 29, 2018

The Season 2 finale of this History drama on July 25 will also serve as the Navy SEALs drama's series finale, with the network announcing its cancellation.

24. Canceled: "Ghosted"

Announced: June 28, 2018

"Ghosted" isn't quite ghosting, but it is saying goodbye. Fox has canceled the comedy after its lone season.

25. Canceled: "Famous in Love"

Announced: June 26, 2018

The Season 2-ender that aired May 30 will serve as a series finale for "Famous in Love," which will not return to the Freeform network.


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