2019 TV Cheat Sheet: Which Shows Are Canceled or Renewed? See the List!

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It's that time of year again: Time to see if your favorite TV shows are coming back!

Every spring, television executives at the five broadcast networks -- ABC, CBS, The CW, Fox and NBC -- decide which shows to bring back for another season, which ones to say goodbye to for good, and which shiny new dramas and comedies will get major pushes. As May approaches, we'll start to have a better picture of which stars we'll be seeing on TV in the upcoming 2019-20 season.

To help you sort through the overwhelming amount of TV news out there, ET launches its annual TV Cheat Sheet, your ultimate one-stop shop for all the renewals and cancellations from the major broadcast networks.

As the final decisions trickle in, we'll continue to update this master list. So be sure to check back here to learn the fate of your favorite network shows!


Station 19

'Station 19'


A Million Little Things - Season 2
American Housewife - Season 4
American Idol - Season 3
The Bachelor - Season 24
Bachelor in Paradise - Season 6 
The Bachelorette - Season 15 
Black-ish - Season 6
Bless This Mess - Season 2
The Conners - Season 2
Dancing With the Stars - Season 28
Fresh Off the Boat - Season 6
The Goldbergs - Season 7 
The Good Doctor - Season 3
Grey’s Anatomy - through Season 17
How to Get Away With Murder - Season 6
Marvel's Agents of SHIELD - through Season 7
Modern Family - Season 11 (Final season)
The Rookie - Season 2
Schooled - Season 2
Single Parents - Season 2
Station 19 - Season 3

The Fix
For the People
The Kids Are Alright
Splitting Up Together
Take Two
Whiskey Cavalier

Yet to Premiere:
Grand Hotel (Premieres June 17)
Reef Break (Premieres June 20)

Awaiting Decision:

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
The Baker and the Beauty (Stars Victor Rasuk and Nathalie Kelley)
Emergence (Stars Allison Tolman)
For Life 
Mixed-ish (Black-ish prequel)
United We Fall (Stars Will Sasso)
Untitled Cobie Smulders Drama (Based on Stumptown graphic novels, stars Cobie Smulders)


Young Sheldon

'Young Sheldon'


48 Hours - Season 32
60 Minutes - Season 52
Big Brother - Season 21
Blue Bloods - Season 10
Bull - Season 4
Criminal Minds - Season 15 (Final season)
Elementary - Season 7 (Final season)
FBI - Season 2
God Friended Me - Season 2
Hawaii Five-0 - Season 10
MacGyver - Season 3
Madam Secretary - Season 6 (Final season)
Magnum, P.I. - Season 2
Man With a Plan - Season 4
Mom - through Season 8
NCIS - Season 17
NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 11
NCIS: New Orleans - Season 6
The Neighborhood - Season 2
Ransom - Season 3
SEAL Team - Season 3
Survivor - through Season 40
S.W.A.T. - Season 3
Young Sheldon - through Season 4

Final Season:
The Big Bang Theory - Season 12 

Happy Together
Life in Pieces
Murphy Brown

Awaiting Decision:
The Amazing Race - Season 30
Celebrity Big Brother 
The Code 
- Season 2 (Premieres June 30)
The Red Line 

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
All Rise (Stars Marg Helgenberger)
Bob Hearts Abisola (Stars Billy Gardell)
Broke (Stars Jaime Camil and Pauley Perrette)
Carol's Second Act (Stars Patricia Heaton)
Evil (Stars Westworld's Katja Herbers)
FBI: Most Wanted (FBI spinoff starring Julian McMahon)
Tommy (Stars Edie Falco)
The Unicorn (Stars Walton Goggins)

The CW



The CW

The 100 - Season 7
All American - Season 2 
Arrow - Season 8 (Final season)
Black Lightning- Season 3
Burden of Truth - through Season 3
Charmed - Season 2
DC's Legends of Tomorrow - Season 5
Dynasty- Season 3
The Flash - Season 6
In the Dark - Season 2 
Legacies - Season 2
The Outpost - Season 2
Riverdale - Season 4
Roswell, New Mexico - Season 2 
Supergirl - Season 5
Supernatural - Season 15 (Final season)

Final Season: 
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend - Season 4
Jane the Virgin - Season 5
iZombie - Season 5 


Awaiting Decision:

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
Batwoman (Stars Ruby Rose)
Bulletproof (Premieres in summer)
Katy Keene (Riverdale spinoff starring Lucy Hale and Ashleigh Murray)
Nancy Drew (Stars newcomer Kennedy McMann)





9-1-1 - Season 3
Bob's Burgers - Season 10
Empire - Season 6 (Final season)
Family Guy - Season 18
Last Man Standing - Season 8 (Second season on Fox)
The Masked Singer- through Season 3
The Orville - Season 3
The Resident - Season 3 
The Simpsons - through Season 32

Final Season:
Gotham - Season 5 

The Cool Kids
The Gifted
Lethal Weapon
The Passage
Proven Innocent

Awaiting Decision: 

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
9-1-1: Lone Star (9-1-1 spinoff starring Rob Lowe)
BH90210 (Premieres Aug. 7)
Bless the Harts 
Deputy (Stars True Detective's Stephen Dorff)
Filthy Rich
(Stars Kim Cattrall)
The Great North
(Stars John Slattery)
Prodigal Son (Stars Michael Sheen)
Outmatched (Stars Jason Biggs)
Untitled Jason Katims Drama (Based on Australia's Sisters, stars Brittany Snow and Emily Osment)


Chicago Fire

'Chicago Fire'


America's Got Talent: Champions - Season 2
The Blacklist - Season 7
Blindspot - Season 5 (Final season)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Season 7 (Second season on NBC)
Chicago Fire - Season 8
Chicago Med - Season 5
Chicago PD - Season 7
Good Girls - Season 3
The Good Place - Season 4
Law & Order: SVU - Season 21
Manifest - Season 2 
New Amsterdam - Season 2
Superstore - Season 5
This Is Us - through Season 6
The Voice - Season 17
Will & Grace- Season 3 (11th season overall)
World of Dance - Season 4

A.P. Bio
The Enemy Within 
I Feel Bad
Midnight, Texas 
Trial & Error
The Village

Awaiting Decision:
The InBetween  

New Shows Premiering in 2019-20:
Bluff City Law (Stars Jimmy Smits)
Council of Dads (Stars Clive Standen)
Indebted (Stars Fran Drescher, Adam Pally and Abby Elliott)
The Kenan Show (Stars Kenan Thompson)
Law & Order: Hate Crimes (Being redeveloped)
Lincoln (Stars Russell Hornsby and Arielle Kebbel)
Perfect Harmony (Stars Bradley Whitford)
Sunnyside (Stars Kal Penn)
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist (Stars Jane Levy)

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