5/17: CBS has announced its fall schedule and 8 new shows for the 2017-18 season. 8/4: HBO has ordered Room 104, a comedy anthology from the Duplass brothers, for 2017. However, after opening to a dismal 0.8 rating among adults 18-49, the drama was pulled two episodes into its 13-episode run -- making it the first official cancelation of the season. About Our Ads The series did not receive a back-nine pickup and went off the air in January. 4/28: Sweet/Vicious (MTV) canceled after 1 season. 7/22: BoJack Horseman (Netflix) renewed for a 4th season. 6/20: Penny Dreadful (Showtime) canceled after 3 seasons. 9/23: The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail (Comedy Central) will end after the upcoming 3rd season. The Vincent D'Onofrio starrer ran for 10 episodes. 7/21: Marvel's Daredevil (Netflix) renewed for a 3rd season. 1/18: This Is Us (NBC) renewed for 2 additional seasons, its 2nd and 3rd. 5/10: NBC has renewed 3 of its 4 Chicago dramas, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago P.D. Most of this fall’s TV programs have wrapped up or are wrapping up for winter hiatus over the next few days. Citing producers' monetary payments to some participants for access, This page was last edited on 16 September 2020, at 09:05. 10/31: Fox has given a full-season pickup to Lucifer, extending its 2nd season to 22 episodes. 10/17: Bosch (Amazon) renewed for a 4th season ahead of its S3 premiere next year. ©2020 Verizon Media. 4/14: Fear the Walking Dead (AMC) renewed for a 4th season. The network will keep the show on the air until all 13 filmed episodes have aired. Today is National Voter Registration Day! Tonight's episode will be the series finale. 2/27: Drama series Fortitude, which was renewed for a 2nd season by Pivot but has been unable to air since Pivot has ceased broadcasting, is jumping to Amazon. Each episode will air live. 9/22: Dice (Showtime) renewed for a 7-episode 2nd season, to air in 2017. Fans are not happy. 5/8: NBC has added the Seth Meyers-produced high school comedy series A.P. 5/10: The CW has added two more dramas to its 2017-18 lineup: Black Lightning (yet another Greg Berlanti-produced DC Comics series) and Life Sentence (starring Lucy Hale as a terminal cancer patient who finds out she isn't dying after all). 8/16: Amazon has officially ordered 10 episodes of Jack Ryan, based on Tom Clancy's books. 7/22: A&E confirmed that Bates Motel will end with next year's 5th season. 12/2: Good Girls Revolt (Amazon) canceled after 1 season. 5/17: Arrested Development (Netflix) renewed for a 5th season. 3/8: Billions (Showtime) renewed for a 3rd season. Here Are All the Canceled TV Shows From the 2016-17 Broadcast Season. Jimmy (John Stamos) and Edie (Layla / Emelia Golfieri) in Fox's Grandfathered. 1/11: Fox has picked up an extra 4 episodes for new comedy The Mick. 7/8: Hunters (Syfy) canceled after 1 season. 1/30: The Good Place (NBC) renewed for a 13-episode 2nd season. 1/31: Night Train with Wyatt Cenac (Seeso) renewed for a 2nd season. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_programs_broadcast_by_USA_Network 9/14: Bloodline (Netflix) will end with next year's 3rd season, which has also been shortened to 10 episodes. At the Disco to Perform at 'New Year's Rockin' Eve' in New Orleans", Mariah Carey Ends 2016 With An Awkward New Year's Eve Performance, and Twitter Went In, "Kathy Griffin Joins Anderson Cooper For 10th Year Hosting CNN's New Year's Eve-Palooza", "Kathy Griffin Wraps Anderson Cooper in Foil for Their 'Tin Anniversary", "CNN's Don Lemon Does Shots, Gets A Piercing And Bares His Soul On Live TV", "CNN Delivers Its Best New Year's Eve Ratings Ever", "Dr. Mehmet Oz, JungoTV Launch OTT Platform Globally", "Queen Latifah and Flavor Unit Team Up with Mega Producer Jermaine Dupri to Help Find the Next Big Name in Hip Hop with "The Rap Game," Premiering New Year's Day", "Midseason Premiere & Return Dates: 2016 Edition", "FOX winter 2016 schedule: 'Sleepy Hollow' to Friday, 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' back to Tuesday", "Discovery Channel Revs Up Engines and Tricks Out Trucks with New Series, "Diesel Brothers, "Get Ready to Be "Pitch Slapped" with Lifetime's New A Cappella Docuseries Premiering January 5", "The Shannara Chronicles Comic-Con Trailer is Now Online!