Broadcast TV Scorecard: 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 2016-17 television season.

As the five broadcast networks prep their annual crop of 60-100 pilots ahead of May's upfront presentation to Madison Avenue buyers, executives must weigh 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 all the new additions to the 2016-17 schedule for Fox, CBS, NBC, ABC and The CW. Keep checking back through upfronts as we continue to update this accordingly.

This year, we've updated the scorecard to reflect the growing push for ownership with an asterisk reflecting if the the show is produced in-house — and listing the studio if it isn't.

Renewed shows in bold. (Current season in parentheses)
* Owned by the network's studio sibling


Veteran shows:
Agent Carter*: canceled after season 2
Agents of SHIELD*: renewed for season 4
American Crime*: renewed for season 3
The Astronaut Wives Club* (summer): canceled after season 1
Black-ish*: renewed for season 3
Castle*: canceled after season 8
Fresh Off the Boat (20th): renewed for season 3
Galavant*: canceled after season 2
The Goldbergs (Sony): renewed for season 4
Grey's Anatomy*: renewed for season 13
How to Get Away With Murder*: renewed for season 3
Last Man Standing (20th TV): renewed for season 6
The Middle (WBTV): renewed for season 8
Mistresses* (summer): renewed for season 4
Modern Family (20th): renewed for season 8
Nashville (Lionsgate/ABC Studios) canceled after season 4
Once Upon a Time*: renewed for season 6
Rookie Blue (summer): canceled after season 6
Scandal*: renewed for season 6
Secrets and Lies* (season 2)
Whispers* (summer): canceled after season 1

Freshman shows:
Blood and Oil* (drama): effectively canceled; order trimmed to 10
The Catch*: renewed for season 2
Dr. Ken (Sony/ABC Studios) (multicam comedy): renewed for season 2
The Family*: canceled after 1 season
Of Kings and Prophets* (drama): canceled after 2 episodes
The Muppets* (comedy): canceled after 1 season
Quantico* (drama): renewed for season 2
The Real O'Neals*: renewed for season 2
Uncle Buck (Universal/ABC Studios) (single-cam): canceled after 1 season
Wicked City* (drama): canceled after three episodes

New shows:
Designated Survivor* (drama)
Still Star-Crossed* (drama)
Conviction* (drama)
Downward Dog* (single-camera comedy)
American Housewife* (single-camera comedy)
Time After Time (WBTV) (drama) 
Notorious (Sony) (drama)
Imaginary Mary (Sony) (single-camera comedy)
Speechless (ABC Studios/20th) (single-camera comedy)


Veteran shows:

2 Broke Girls (WBTV): renewed for season 6
Big Bang Theory (WBTV): renewed through season 10
Blue Bloods*: renewed for season 7
Criminal Minds (ABC Studios/CBS Television Studios): renewed for season 12
CSI: Cyber*: canceled after season 2
Elementary*: renewed for season 5
Extant (summer): canceled after season 2
The Good Wife*: canceled after seven seasons
Hawaii Five-0*: renewed for season 7
Madam Secretary*: renewed for season 3
Mike and Molly (WBTV): canceled after six seasons
Mom (WBTV): renewed for season 4
NCIS*: renewed for two seasons, through season 15 in 2017-18
NCIS: Los Angeles*: renewed for season 8
NCIS: New Orleans*: renewed for season 3
The Odd Couple*: renewed for season 3
Person of Interest (WBTV): canceled after five seasons
Scorpion*: renewed for season 3
Under the Dome (summer): canceled after season 3
Zoo* (summer): renewed for season 3 in summer 2017

Freshman shows:
Angel From Hell* (single-camera): canceled
Code Black (CBSTVS/ABCS) (drama): renewed for season 2
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (ABC Studios) (drama): renewed for season 2
Life in Pieces (20th) (single-camera): renewed for season 2
Limitless* (drama): canceled after 1 season
Rush Hour (WBTV) (drama): canceled after 1 season
Supergirl (WBTV): canceled at CBS but renewed for season 2 at CW

New shows:
American Gothic* (straight-to-series for summer 2016): canceled
BrainDead* (straight-to-series for summer 2016): canceled
Kevin Can Wait (Sony) (13-episode straight-to-series) 
Bull* (drama)
MacGyver* (drama)
Training Day (WBTV) (drama)
Pure Genius (CBSTVS/Universal)
The Great Indoors* (multicam)
Man With a Plan* (multicam)
Doubt* (drama)
Superior Donuts* (multicam, off-cycle)

The CW

Veteran shows:
The 100 (WBTV): renewed for season four
Arrow (WBTV): renewed for season five
Beauty and the Beast (WBTV): season 4 is its last
The Flash (WBTV): renewed for season three
iZombie (WBTV): renewed for season three
Jane the Virgin (CBSTVS): renewed for season three
The Originals (WBTV): renewed for season four
Reign (CBSTVS): renewed for season four
Significant Mother (Seed/WBTV)
Supernatural (WBTV): renewed for season 12
The Vampire Diaries (WBTV): renewed for season eight

Freshman shows:
Containment (WBTV): canceled after 1 season
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CBSTVS): renewed for season 2
Legends of Tomorrow (WBTV): renewed for season 2
Supergirl (WBTV) (drama): renewed for season 2

New shows:
Riverdale (WBTV) (drama)
No Tomorrow (CBSTVS) (drama)
Frequency (WBTV) (drama)


Veteran shows:
American Idol: ending after season 15
Bob's Burgers*: renewed through season 8
Bones* (season 11): renewed for abbreviated 12th and final season
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Universal): renewed for season 4
Empire*: renewed for season 3
Family Guy* (season 14)
Gotham (WBTV): renewed for season 3
The Last Man on Earth*: renewed for season 3
New Girl*: renewed for season 6
The Simpsons* (season 26) renewed through season 28
Sleepy Hollow*: renewed for season 4
Wayward Pines*: renewed for season 2 in summer 2016

Freshman shows:

Bordertown* (animated): canceled after 1 season
Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life* (single-camera): canceled after 1 season
Grandfathered (ABC Studios/20th) (single-camera): canceled after 1 season
The Grinder* (single-camera): canceled after 1 season
Houdini and Doyle (Sony) (10-episode straight-to-series drama)
Second Chance* (formerly The Frankenstein Code) (drama): canceled after 1 season
Lucifer (WBTV) (drama): renewed for season 2
Minority Report* (drama): effectively canceled; order trimmed to 10
Rosewood* (drama): renewed for season 2
Scream Queens*: renewed for season 2
The X-Files* (six-part limited series) 

New shows:
Prison Break* (drama)
Shots Fired* (drama)
Son of Zorn* (live-action/animated single-cam) (comedy)
Star* (13 episodes) (drama)
24: Legacy* (12 episodes) (drama)
Pitch* (drama)
APB* (drama)
Exorcist* (drama)
Lethal Weapon (WBTV) (drama)
Making History* (single-cam) 
The Mick*  (single-cam) 


Veteran shows:
Aquarius (ITV) (summer): renewed for season 2
The Blacklist (Sony): renewed for season 4
Chicago Fire*: renewed for season 5
Chicago PD*: renewed for season 4
Grimm*: renewed for sixth and final season
Hannibal: canceled after season 3
Law & Order: SVU* renewed for season 18
Mr. Robinson*: canceled after season 1
Mysteries of Laura (WBTV): canceled after season 2
The Night Shift (Sony) (season 3)
Undateable (WBTV): canceled after season 3

Freshman shows:
Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris: canceled after one season 
Blindspot (WBTV) (drama): renewed for season 2
The Carmichael Show (20th/Universal): renewed for season 3
Chicago Med* (drama): renewed for season 2
Coach* (13-episode comedy): canceled before premiere
Crowded* (multicamera comedy): canceled after 1 season
Emerald City*: revived for 2015-16 season
Game of Silence (Sony) (drama): canceled after 1 season
Heartbeat* (drama): canceled after 1 season
Heroes Reborn*: canceled
The Player (Sony) (drama): trimmed to nine episodes
Shades of Blue* (Jennifer Lopez drama): renewed for season 2
Superstore* (single-camera): trimmed to 11 episodes; renewed for season 2
Telenovela* (straight to series comedy): canceled after 1 season
Truth Be Told* (formerly People Are Talking, multicamera): trimmed to 10 episodes
You, Me and the End of the World (hourlong Canadian co-pro, 10 episodes)

New shows:
Taken (Universal/Europa Corp) (drama, straight to series)
Mike Schur comedy* (straight to series)
Powerless (WBTV) (single-cam)
Trial & Error (WBTV) (single-cam)
Chicago Justice* (drama)
This Is Us (20th)
Midnight, Texas* (drama)
Great News* (single-cam)
Marlon* (multicam) 
Timeless (Sony) (drama)
Blacklist: Redemption (Sony) (drama)

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