Broadcast TV Scorecard 2018: Complete Guide to What’s New, Renewed and Canceled

Keep up with what broadcast series are returning, canceled or have wrapped their run with THR’s handy guide to the 2018-19 television season.

As the five broadcast networks review their annual crop of more than 70 pilots ahead of May’s upfront presentation to Madison Avenue buyers, executives must weigh in on whether or not to bring back perennial favorites and decide the fate of the numerous bubble shows that currently line their respective schedules.

Here’s The Hollywood Reporter‘s handy guide to help keep track of what’s coming back, what’s canceled and what’s been added to the 2018-19 schedule for Fox, CBS, NBC, ABC and The CW. Keep checking back through upfronts as we continue to update this accordingly based on the latest information.

(Renewed shows in bold, ownership by sibling studio designated with an asterisk.) 


Veteran shows
Agents of SHIELD*: 50-50
American Housewife* (single-cam): likely to return
Black-ish* (single-cam): a lock to come back
Designated Survivor*: the Netflix deal works in its favor, as does strong DVR returns  
Fresh Off the Boat (20th, single-cam): 60-40 chances it comes back
The Goldbergs (Sony, single-cam): renewed for season six
Grey’s Anatomy*: a lock to come back
How to Get Away With Murder*: 50-50
The Middle: ending with season nine
Modern Family (20th, single-cam): renewed for season 10
Once Upon a Time*: ending with season seven
Quantico*: too early to tell
Scandal*: ending with season seven
Speechless (ABC Studios/20th, single-cam): a safe bet

Freshman shows
Alex, Inc. (Sony/ABC Studios single-cam): too early to tell
The Crossing*: too early to tell
Deception (WBTV): too early to tell
For the People*: too early to tell
The Good Doctor (Sony/ABC Studios co-pro): a slam dunk to return
The Gospel of Kevin*: 50-50
The Inhumans* (eight-episode straight-to-series): when 2,000-pound CGi bulldogs fly
The Mayor* (single-cam): effectively canceled
Roseanne (Carsey-Werner): without a doubt
Somewhere Between (Thunderbird, 10-episode straight-to-series): canceled
Splitting Up Together (WBTV, single-camera): too soon to tell
Ten Days in the Valley (Skydance TV, 10-episode straight-to-series): canceled
Untitled Grey’s Anatomy firefighter spinoff* (straight-to-series): too soon to tell 

New shows
The Rookie* (straight to series)
Take Two* (straight to series)


Veteran shows
The Big Bang Theory (WBTV, multicam): renewed for season 12
Blue Bloods*: highly likely
Bull*: a lock
Code Black (CBSTVS/ABCS): 50-50
Criminal Minds (ABCS/CBSTVS): 50-50
Elementary*: has to be nearing the end of its run
Hawaii Five-0*: 50-50
Kevin Can Wait (Sony, multicam): a safe bet
Life in Pieces (20th, single-cam): a safe bet
Madam Secretary*: a safe bet
MacGyver*: a safe bet
Man With a Plan*: 70-30 odds it comes back
Mom (WBTV, multicam): a lock to come back
NCIS*: a lock
NCIS: Los Angeles*: 60-40 to come back
NCIS: New Orleans*: 70-30 to come back
Ransom (acquisition): renewed for season two
Salvation(straight-to-series for summer 2017): renewed for summer 2018
Scorpion*: 50-50
Superior Donuts*: a safe bet to return

Freshman shows
By the Book (WBTV, multicam): too soon to tell
Instinct*: too soon to tell
Me, Myself and I (WBTV, single-cam): effectively canceled
9JKL* (multicam): unlikely to return
SEAL Team*: likely to return 
SWAT (SPT/CBSTVS co-pro): likely to return
Wisdom of the Crowd (UTV/CBSTVS co-pro): effectively canceled
Young Sheldon (WBTV, single-cam): renewed for season two

New shows
FBI (Universal TV/CBSTVS, 13-episode straight-to-series order)
Murphy Brown (WBTV, multicam, 13-episode straight-to-series order)

The CW

Veteran shows
The 100 (WBTV): too soon to tell
Arrow (WBTV): starting to show its age
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CBSTVS)
The Flash (WBTV): a safe bet
iZombie (WBTV): too soon to tell
Jane the Virgin (CBSTVS): a safe bet
Legends of Tomorrow (WBTV): a safe bet
The Originals (WBTV): ending with season five
Riverdale (WBTV): a lock to return
Supergirl (WBTV): a lock to return
Supernatural (WBTV): will run as long as the stars want it to

Freshman shows
Black Lightning (WBTV, Netflix co-producing): a lock
 (CBSTVS, Netflix co-producing) (full season): Netflix deal helps its chances
Life Sentence (CBSTVS/WBTV): too soon to tell
Valor (CBSTVS/WBTV) (13 and out): will be honorably discharged

New shows



Veteran shows
Bob’s Burgers*: a lock to return
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (UTV/single-cam): 50-50
Empire*: a lock to return
The Exorcist*: 50-50
Family Guy*: a lock to return
Gotham (WBTV): a safe bet to return
The Last Man on Earth* (single-cam): 50-50
Lethal Weapon (WBTV): a safe bet
Lucifer (WBTV): 50-50
The Mick* (single-cam): a safe bet
New Girl* (single-cam): ending with season seven
Prison Break*: waiting on creative
The Simpsons*: renewed for season 30
Star*: a safe bet
The X-Files*: unlikely

Freshman shows
911* (13-episode straight-to-series order): renewed for season two
The Gifted*: renewed for season two
Ghosted* (single-cam): 50-50
L.A. to Vegas* (single-cam): too soon to tell
The Orville* (13-episode straight-to-series): renewed for season two
The Resident*: too soon to tell

New shows


Veteran shows
The Blacklist (Sony): a safe bet
Blindspot (WBTV): 50-50
Chicago Fire*: a safe bet
Chicago Med*: a safe bet
Chicago PD*: a safe bet
The Good Place*: renewed for season three
Great News* (single-cam): 50-50
Law & Order: SVU*: a safe bet
Marlon* (multicam): too soon to tell
Midnight, Texas*: awaiting new showrunner
The Night Shift (Sony): canceled after season four
Shades of Blue*: too soon to tell
Superstore* (single-cam): 50-50
Taken (UTV/Europa Corp.): too soon to tell
This Is Us (20th): renewed for season three
Timeless (Sony): too soon to tell 
Trial & Error (WBTV, single-cam): too soon to tell

Freshman shows
A.P. Bio* (single-cam): too soon to tell
The Brave*: 50-50
Champions* (single-cam): too soon to tell
Good Girls* (Netflix co-producing): too soon to tell
Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders*: unlikely
Reverie*: too soon to tell
Rise*: too soon to tell
Will and Grace
* (multicam): revival renewed for second season (10th overall)

New shows
The Gilded Age* (10-episode straight-to-series)

Keep up with all the latest pilot orders, castings and eventual series pickups with THR‘s handy guide. 

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