New, canceled, returning shows for this fall

The time has come when all the networks announce which shows will be renewed, which will be canceled and the new shows they have up their sleeves. Here’s a list of the major networks and what you can expect next fall.



"American Crime"

"America’s Funniest Home Videos"

"The Bachelor"


"The Catch"

"Dancing With the Stars"

"Dr. Ken"

"Fresh Off the Boat"

"The Goldbergs"

"Grey’s Anatomy"

"How to Get Away With Murder"

"Last Man Standing"

"Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D"

"The Middle"


"Modern Family"

"Once Upon a Time"


"The Real O’Neals"


"Secrets and Lies"

"Shark Tank"


"Astronaut Wives Club"

"Blood & Oil"


"The Family"


"Marvel’s Agent Carter"

"The Muppets"


"Of Kings and Prophets"

"Rookie Blue"

"The Whispers"

"Wicked City"


"American Housewife"

  • This new ABC show follows Katie Otto, a “confident, unapologetic and plump wife and mother of three” whose family moves to a wealthy Connecticut town where everyone is seemingly perfect. Otto lets audiences into her thoughts through voice overs throughout the show.


  • From the writer of Jessica Jones, "Conviction" is a legal drama in which the daughter of a former president is blackmailed into joining the Los Angeles Conviction Integrity Unit, where she and a team of investigators examine evidence that some "criminals" may have been wrongfully convicted.

"Designated Survivor"

  • Kiefer Sutherland plays the newly appointed U.S. President in this conspiracy thriller-drama. Sutherland’s character was a lower-level cabinet member when an attack during the State of the Union killed all those above him in the line to the presidency.


  • "Notorious" takes a look into the relationship between the justice system and the media by following the not-always-professional relationship between an attorney and television producer. The show is written by "Drop Dead Diva" writer Josh Berman and blogger Allie Hagan.


  • Starring Minnie Driver, "Speechless" is a comedy that follows a family whose oldest son is nonverbal. The show will have executive producers Scott Silveri known from "Friends" and Jake Kasdan from "Fresh off the Boat" and "New Girl."



"2 Broke Girls"

"The Amazing Race"

"The Big Bang Theory"

"Big Brother"

"Blue Bloods"

"Code Black"

"Criminal Minds"

"Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders"


"Hawaii Five-0"

"Life in Pieces"

"Madam Secratary"



"NCIS: Los Angeles"

"NCIS: New Orleans"

"The Odd Couple"


"Supergirl" (will be renewed on the CW)


"Undercover Boss"



"Angel From Hell"

"CSI: Cyber"


"The Good Wife"


"Mike & Molly"

"Person of Interest"

"Rush Hour"

"Under the Dome"


"Kevin Can Wait"

  • This show stars Kevin James and follows a man who is newly retired from the police department. His daughter drops out of college to support her fiancee and moves back in with the family.


  • "Bull" follows a brilliant psychologist who opens a trial consulting firm, using his knowledge of human nature to help his clients win their cases.

"The Great Indoors"

  • This show is about a renowned travel and adventure reporter who returns to a desk job and struggles to understand the millennials he works with.


"Man With a Plan"

  • "Man With a Plan" stars Matt Leblanc, known for his role in the TV series "Friends." The show follows a contractor who struggles to raise his three kids when his wife goes back to work.

"Pure Genius"

  • "Pure Genius" comes from the executive producer of "Parenthood" and "Friday Night Lights." It’s a medical drama that follows a young Silicon Valley tech billionaire who opens a new hospital to treat the rarest medical mysteries.



"The 100"

"America’s Next Top Model" (will be renewed on VH1 with new host)


"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"

"DC’s Legends of Tomorrow"

"The Flash"


"Jane the Virgin"

"The Original"



"The Vampire Diaries"


"Beauty and the Beast" (after the final season airs this summer)


"The Messengers"

"Significant Mother"



  • Written by Jeremy Carver of "Supernatural," "Frequency" is a sci-fi thriller based on the 2000 movie. The show follows a female detective who finds she is able to communicate with her father who died in 1996.

"No Tomorrow"

  • This romantic comedy follows Evie, a quality-control assessor who likes everything in order. Evie’s romantic life and career are on the outs when she meets a Xavier, who encourages her to carpe diem, considering the apocalypse is in only eight months — at least that’s what he thinks.



"Bob’s Burgers"


"Brooklyn Nine-Nine"


"Family Guy"


"Hell’s Kitchen"

"Last Man on Earth"



"MasterChef Junior"

"New Girl"


"Scream Queens"

"The Simpsons"

"Sleepy Hollow"

"So You Think You Can Dance"

"Wayward Pines"

"World’s Funniest"


"Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?"



"Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life"


"The Grinder"

"Knock Knock Live"

"Minority Report"

"Second Chance"

Up in the air:

"Houdini and Doyle"

"The X-Files"


"The Exorcist"

  • "The Exorcist" is a modern-day reboot of the 1970s book and movie. This psychological thriller is written by Jeremy Slater of "Fantastic Four" and follows two men taking on one family’s case of demonic possession.

"Lethal Weapon"

  • Also a reboot, this show modernizes the Mel Gibson and Danny Glover film franchise and will star Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford. The show will follow a Texas cop and former Navy SEAL (Crawford), who moves to Los Angeles after losing his wife and baby and is partnered with a detective whose medical problems call for zero stress.


  • This drama follows a young pitcher who becomes the first female to play in Major League Baseball. The show is executively produced by Dan Fogelman of "Cars" and "Crazy, Stupid Love" and Rick Singer of "American Dad."

"Son of Zorn"

  • This partly live-action, partly animated comedy features the voice of Jason Sudeikis and follows an animated warrior from an island on the Pacific Ocean who returns to Orange County to win back his live-action ex-wife and child.



"America’s Got Talent"

"American Ninja Warrior"


"The Biggest Loser"



"The Carmichael Show"

"Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon"

"Chicago Fire"

"Chicago Med"

"Chicago P.D."


"Hollywood Game Night"

"Law and Order: S.V.U."

"Little Big Shots"

"The Night Shift"

"Shades of Blue"


"The Voice"


"Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris"


"Game of Silence"



"Heroes Reborn"

"Mr. Robinson"

"The Mysteries of Laura"

"The Player"


"Truth Be Told"



"The Good Place"

  • From executive producer Michael Schur of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "Parks & Recreation," this comedy stars Kristen Bell and Ted Danson. The show follows a woman (Bell) who enters the after-life and realizes she hasn’t been a very good person. She becomes determined to separate from her old way of life with the help of her afterlife mentor (Danson).


  • This action-adventure thriller follows a scientist, a soldier and a history professor who attempt to save their world after a criminal steals a time machine and is determined to destroy the world by changing the past. The show is directed by Neil Marshall of "Game of Thrones."

"This is Us"

  • This show follows three groups of people whose lives cross paths and realize that a birthday isn’t the only thing they have in common. The show stars Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia and Sterling K. Brown.


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