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Upfronts 2014: 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 2014-15 television season.

THR Network Scorecard Split - H 2014

As the five broadcast networks prep their nearly 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 2014-15 schedule for Fox, CBS, NBC, ABC and The CW. Keep checking back through upfronts as we continue to update this accordingly.

*Renewed shows in bold. Current seasons in parenthesis.

PHOTOS: Broadcast TV's Returning Shows 2014-15

ABC

Veteran shows:

America's Funniest Home Videos (season 24) -- renewed for 25th season
The Bachelor (18th cycle) -- renewed for 19th cycle
Castle (season six) -- renewed for seventh season
Dancing With the Stars (18th cycle) -- renewed for 19th season
Grey's Anatomy (season 10) -- renewed for season 11
Last Man Standing (season three) -- renewed for fourth season
The Middle (season five) -- renewed for season six
Modern Family (season five) -- renewed for season six
Mistresses (season two, summer)
Motive (season two, summer)
Nashville (season two) -- renewed for third season
The Neighbors (season two) -- canceled
Once Upon a Time (season three) -- renewed for season four
Revenge (season three) -- renewed for season four
Rookie Blue (season five, summer)
Scandal (season three) -- renewed for season four
Shark Tank (season five) -- renewed for sixth season
Suburgatory (season three) -- canceled
The Taste (season two)

Freshman shows:

Agents of SHIELD (drama) -- renewed for season two
The Assets (limited series) -- canceled
Back in the Game (comedy) -- canceled
Betrayal (drama) -- canceled
The Black Box (limited, April)
The Goldbergs (comedy) -- renewed for second season
Killer Women (drama, midseason) -- canceled
Lucky 7 (drama) -- canceled after two episodes
Mind Games (drama, midseason) -- canceled after five episodes
Mixology  (comedy, midseason) -- canceled
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (drama) -- canceled
Resurrection (drama, midseason) -- renewed for second season
Super Fun Night (comedy) -- canceled
Trophy Wife (comedy) -- canceled
The Quest (unscripted, June)

New shows:

Astronaut Wives Club (drama, midseason)
The Club (drama, 12-episode commitment)
Agent Carter
(drama)
How to Get Away With Murder (drama)
American Crime
(drama)
Black-ish
(comedy)
The Whispers
(drama)
Manhattan Love Story (comedy)
Selfie
 (comedy)
Galavant
 (comedy)
Forever
(drama)
Secrets and Lies (drama)
Cristela
 (comedy)
Fresh Off the Boat
(comedy)

PHOTOS: Faces of Pilot Season 2014

CBS

Veteran shows:

The Amazing Race (23rd cycle) -- renewed for 24th cycle
The Big Bang Theory (season seven) -- renewed through season 10 in 2016-17
Big Brother  (season 16, summer)
Blue Bloods (season four) -- renewed for a fifth season
Criminal Minds (season nine) -- renewed for a 10th season
CSI (season 14) -- renewed for an 15th season
Elementary (season two) -- renewed for a third season 
48 Hours Mystery (27th season) -- renewed for a 28th season
The Good Wife (fifth season) -- renewed for a sixth season
Hawaii Five-0 (fourth season) -- renewed for a fifth season
How I Met Your Mother -- ended after nine seasons
The Mentalist (season six) -- renewed for seventh season
Mike & Molly (season four) -- renewed for a fifth season
NCIS (season 11) -- renewed for a 12th season
NCIS: L.A. (season five) -- renewed for a sixth season
Person of Interest (season three) -- renewed for a fourth season
60 Minutes (season 46) -- renewed for a 47th season
Survivor -- renewed for two additional cycles (29, 30) through 2014-15
2 Broke Girls (season three) -- renewed for a fourth season
Two and a Half Men (season 11) -- renewed for a 12th season
Under the Dome (season two, summer)
Undercover Boss (season five) -- renewed for a sixth season
Unforgettable (season three, summer)

Freshman shows:

Bad Teacher (comedy, April) -- canceled
The Crazy Ones (comedy) -- canceled
Friends With Better Lives (comedy, March) -- canceled
Intelligence (drama) -- canceled
Hostages (drama) -- canceled
The Millers (comedy) -- renewed for a second season
Mom (comedy) -- renewed for a second season
Reckless (drama, June)
We Are Men (comedy) -- canceled after two episodes

New shows:

Battle Creek (13-episode drama)
Extant (13-episode drama, summer)
NCIS: New Orleans
(drama)
Stalker
(drama)
Madam Secretary (drama)
Scorpion
(drama)
The McCarthys (comedy)
The Odd Couple (comedy)
CSI: Cyber
(drama)

2015:

The Dovekeepers (miniseries)

The CW

Veteran shows:

America's Next Top Model (20th cycle) -- renewed for 21st cycle
Arrow (season two) -- renewed for third season
Beauty and the Beast (season two) -- renewed for third season
The Carrie Diaries (season two) -- canceled
Hart of Dixie (season three) -- renewed for fourth season
Nikita -- ended after four seasons
Supernatural (season nine) -- renewed for 10th season
The Vampire Diaries (season five) -- renewed for sixth season
Whose Line Is It Anyway? -- renewed for second season

Freshman shows:

The Originals -- renewed for second season
The Tomorrow People -- canceled
The 100 (midseason) -- renewed for second season
Reign -- renewed for second season
Star-Crossed (midseason) -- canceled

New shows:

The Flash
iZombie

The Messengers
Jane the Virgin
Backpackers (comedy, summer)
Seed (Canadian comedy, likely summer)

STORY: TV Premiere Dates 2014: The Complete Guide

Fox

Veteran shows:

American Dad -- moving to TBS for season 11
American Idol (season 13) -- renewed for 14th season
Bob's Burgers (season four) -- renewed for fifth season
Bones (season nine) -- renewed for 10th season
The Cleveland Show (season four) -- essentially canceled, not in production
Family Guy (season 12) -- renewed for season 13
The Following (season two) -- renewed for third season
Glee (season five) -- renewed for sixth and final season
Hell's Kitchen (season 12) -- renewed through season 13 in 2014-15
Hotel Hell (season two, summer)
Kitchen Nightmares (season six, spring)
MasterChef (unscripted) -- renewed through season six in 2014-15
MasterChef Junior (unscripted) -- renewed for second season and third season
The Mindy Project (season two) -- renewed for third season
New Girl (season three) -- renewed for fourth season
Raising Hope -- ended after four seasons
The Simpsons (season 25) -- renewed for 26th season
So You Think You Can Dance (season 11, summer)
The X Factor (season three) -- canceled

Freshman shows:

Almost Human (drama, midseason) -- canceled
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (comedy) -- renewed for second season
Dads (comedy) -- full-season order -- canceled
Enlisted (comedy, midseason) -- canceled
Gang Related (drama, May) -- canceled
Gracepoint (limited)
I Wanna Marry 'Harry' (unscripted, May) -- canceled
Murder Police (animated) -- canceled before premiere
Rake (drama, midseason) -- canceled
Riot (previously Slide Show) (unscripted, May) -- canceled
Sleepy Hollow (drama) -- renewed for 13-episode second season
Surviving Jack (comedy, midseason) -- canceled
24: Live Another Day (limited, May)
Us & Them (comedy, midseason) -- canceled before its premiere
Wayward Pines (limited)

New shows:

Backstrom (drama, 13-episode order)
Bordertown (animated Seth MacFarlane comedy)
Hieroglyph (drama)
The Last Man on Earth (comedy, midseason)
Mulaney (comedy, 16-episode order)
Weird Loners (comedy, six-episode order)
Gotham (drama)
Empire
(musical drama)
Red Band Society (drama)

STORY: TV Pilots 2014: The Complete Guide

NBC

Veteran shows:

The Biggest Loser (season 15)
Celebrity Apprentice (season 13) -- renewed for season 14
Chicago Fire (season two) -- renewed for third season
Community (season five) -- canceled
Grimm (season three) -- renewed for fourth season
Hannibal (season two, midseason) -- renewed for third season
Hollywood Game Night (season two, summer)
Law & Order: SVU (season 15) -- renewed for season 16
Last Comic Standing (season eight, May)
Parenthood (season five) -- renewed for sixth and final season
Parks & Recreation (season six) -- renewed for seventh and final season
Revolution (season two) -- canceled
The Sing-Off  (season four aired in December 2013)
The Voice -- renewed for seventh cycle

Freshman shows:

About a Boy (comedy, midseason) -- renewed for second season
American Dream Builders (unscripted, March)
Believe (drama, midseason) -- canceled
The Blacklist (drama) -- renewed for second season
Camp (drama/summer) -- canceled after one season
Chicago PD (drama, midseason) -- renewed for second season
Crisis (drama, March) -- canceled
Crossing Lines (drama/international) -- renewed for second season in Germany only
Crossbones (drama, May)
Dracula (drama) -- canceled
Food Fighters (unscripted, July)
Growing Up Fisher (comedy, midseason) -- canceled
Ironside (drama) -- canceled
The Michael J. Fox Show (comedy) -- canceled
Million Second Quiz (unscripted) -- canceled
The Night Shift (drama, May)
Sean Saves the World (comedy) -- canceled
Undateable (comedy, May)
Welcome to the Family (comedy) -- canceled
Welcome to Sweden (Canadian comedy, July)

New shows:

Aquarius (Charles Manson mini starring David Duchovny)
Emerald City (10-episode limited series, midseason)
Mr. Robinson (comedy, six episodes)
Rosemary's Baby (miniseries)
The Slap (miniseries, eight episodes)
Taxi Brooklyn (dramedy, 12-episode summer acquisition from EuropaCorp)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (comedy, fall)
Working the Engels (comedy) -- ordered straight to series
Marry Me (comedy)
Allegiance
(drama)
State of Affairs
 
(drama)
Odyssey (drama)
Constantine
(drama)
Mysteries of Laura (drama)
A to Z (comedy)
One Big Happy
(comedy)
Mission Control
(comedy)
Bad Judge (comedy)

2015:

A.D.
 (The Bible miniseries follow-up/spring 2015)
Heroes (limited 13-episode order) for 2015
Shades of Blue (Jennifer Lopez drama for 2015-16)

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