The new year has only just started, but TV news has been steadily flowing in. TV show cancellations and renewals now happen year round, so we’re catching you up on the latest news. A few shows have already been canceled, but other series have been luckier. See what’s been renewed or canceled in 2018 below, and if you don’t see your favorite show’s fate here, check here.
What’s Been Renewed
Fuller House: Netflix has picked up the reboot for the fourth season.
Grace and Frankie: The comedy has been renewed for season five.
911: The Ryan Murphy procedural has nabbed a second season.
The Four: The music competition series has been picked up for a second season.
The Chi: Lena Waithe’s freshman drama has been given a second season.
Suits: Following Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle’s exit from the series, the legal drama will return for season eight.
Andi Mack: The series has been renewed for a third season.
Superstore: The comedy starring America Ferrera has been renewed for a fourth season.
America’s Got Talent: The series has been renewed for season 13.
Crashing: The show will be back for season three.
High Maintenance: The series has been granted a third season.
Lore: The anthology series has been renewed for a second season.
The Magicians: The fantasy series, based on the novel of the same name by Lev Grossman, has been renewed for a fourth season.
What’s Been Canceled
Once Upon a Time The long-running fairy-tale series will wrap up after its current seventh season.
One Mississippi: This Amazon original series created by Tig Notaro (and inspired by her life) lasted two seasons.
I Love Dick: The adaptation of Chris Kraus’s novel of the same name aired for one season.
Jean-Claude Van Johnson: Jean-Claude Van Damme’s comedic spy series is no more after a six-episode run.
The Fosters: Despite a strong fan base for the family drama, it was canceled after five seasons.
Chance: Hugh Laurie’s thriller will not get a third season from the streaming network.
Shut Eye: The Jeffrey Donovan-led drama has been axed after two seasons.
Lady Dynamite: Comedian Maria Bamford’s comedy has been canceled after only two seasons.
Source: Pop Sugar