Every Scripted Broadcast TV Show: Cancelled or Renewed?

We finally have decisions on every single broadcast TV series; well, every one of them not named "Transplant."
TV shows on the bubble 2022: cancelled or renewed?
TV shows on the bubble 2022: cancelled or renewed?

April showers gave way to May flowers, and April meetings among network executives led to the cancellations and renewals of existing broadcast series. Of course, there were plenty of nail-biter decisions made in May regarding CBS’, NBC’s, Fox’s, ABC’s, and The CW’s slate.

Find all of the cancels and renewals below. We should note here that not every cancelled TV show goes away on bad terms: Among the 20-something or so series we won’t be seeing again in the 2022-23 season, there were a few preplanned decisions — like the ending of NBC’s “This Is Us” and ABC’s “Black-ish” — that got mixed in.

You’ll notice we only focused on scripted series here. Sans a handful of perennial reality standouts like CBS’ “Survivor,” which has been officially renewed for Season 43, unscripted programming kind of does its own thing on its own schedule. Yeah, the TV business can be a real mess.

One final note: NBC’s “Transplant” is our lone TBD series, but to some extent its fate has already been decided — in Canada, at least. The imported medical drama was previously renewed by its home-country broadcast network CTV. So NBC can decide to license the third season — or not — pretty much any time it wants (or doesn’t).

Renewed: “NCIS” (for Season 20), “NCIS: Los Angeles” (for Season 14), “NCIS: Hawai’i” (for Season 2), “Bob Hearts Abishola” (for Season 4), “CSI: Vegas” (for Season 2), “Ghosts” (for Season 2), “The Neighborhood” (for Season 5), “Young Sheldon” (for Season 5), “S.W.A.T.” (for Season 6), “Blue Bloods” (for Season 13), “The Equalizer” (for Seasons 3 and 4), “FBI” (for Seasons 5 and 6), “FBI: International” (for Seasons 2 and 3), and “FBI: Most Wanted” (for Seasons 4 and 5)

Cancelled/Ending: “Bull” (after six seasons), “United States of Al” (after two seasons), “B Positive” (after two seasons), “Magnum P.I.” (after four seasons), “Good Sam” (after one season), and “How We Roll” (after one season)

Renewed: “New Amsterdam” (for fifth and final season), “Chicago Med” (for Season 8), “Chicago Fire” (for Season 11), “Chicago P.D.” for (Season 10), “The Blacklist” (for Season 10), “La Brea” (for Season 2), “Law & Order: SVU” (for Season 24), “Law & Order” (for Season 22), “Law & Order: Organized Crime” (for Season 3), “American Auto” (for Season 2), “Young Rock” (for Season 3), and “Grand Crew” (for Season 2)

Cancelled/Ending: “This Is Us” (after six seasons), “The Thing About Pam” (limited series), “Ordinary Joe” (after one season), “The Endgame” (after one season), “Kenan” (after two seasons), and “Mr. Mayor” (after two seasons)

TBD: “Transplant” (on Season 2; renewed for third season on CTV)

9-1-1: LONE STAR: Rob Lowe in the “Yee-Haw” episode of 9-1-1: LONE STAR airing Monday, Jan. 20 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2020 Fox Media LLC. CR: Jack Zeman/FOX.
“9-1-1: Lone Star” on FoxCR: Jack Zeman/FOX

Renewed: “Bob’s Burgers” (for Season 13), “Duncanville” (for Season 3), “Family Guy” (for Season 20), “Housebroken” (for Season 2), “The Great North” (for Season 3), “The Simpsons” (for Season 34), “Fantasy Island” (for Season 2), “The Cleaning Lady” (for Season 2), “9-1-1: Lone Star” (for Season 4), “Call Me Kat” (for Season 3), “Welcome to Flatch” (for Season 2), and “9-1-1” (currently for Season 6) and “The Resident” (for Season 6)

Cancelled/Ending: “The Big Leap” (after one season), “Our Kind of People” (after one season), and “Pivoting” (after one season)

Renewed: “Abbott Elementary” (for Season 2), “The Rookie” (for Season 5), “Station 19” (for Season 6), “The Good Doctor” (for Season 6), “Grey’s Anatomy” (for Season 19), “The Goldbergs” (for Season 10), “The Conners” (for Season 5), “Home Economics” (for Season 3), “The Wonder Years” (reboot for Season 2), “A Million Little Things” (for Season 6), and “Big Sky” (for Season 3)

Cancelled/Ending: “Black-ish” (after Season 8), “Queens” (after Season 1), and “Promised Land” (moved to Hulu midway through Season 1)

The CW
Renewed: “All American” (for Season 5), “The Flash” (for Season 9), “Kung Fu” (for Season 3), “Nancy Drew” (for Season 4), “Riverdale” (for Season 7), “Superman & Lois” (for Season 3), “Walker” (for Season 3), and “All American: Homecoming” (for Season 2)

Cancelled/Ending: “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” (after seven seasons), “Batwoman” (after three seasons), 4400″ (after one season), “Charmed” (after four seasons), “Dynasty” (after five seasons), “In the Dark” (after four seasons), “Naomi” (after one season), “Roswell, New Mexico” (after four seasons), and “Legacies” (after four seasons)

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