Broadcast TV Scorecard 2020: What's New, Renewed and Canceled (So Far)

Keep up with which scripted dramas and comedies are returning (or ending) with The Hollywood Reporter's handy guide to the 2020-21 TV season.
Courtesy of ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and The CW
Clockwise from bottom left: NBC's 'This Is Us'; CBS' 'Blue Bloods'; ABC's 'Black-ish'; Fox's '911: Lone Star'; The CW's 'Batwoman'

As the line for what defines a broadcast hit and a miss continues to erode, the networks are increasingly showing a willingness to be patient with rookie shows as they look to better understand delayed viewing and how streaming plays a role in a program's total viewership.

It's with that in mind that the five broadcast networks begin to assemble their primetime scripted schedules for the 2020-21 television season. Amid the frenzy of pilot season, ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW consider ownership, international sales and a show's long tail of delayed viewing across multiple platforms as they make their decisions about which shows live to tell another story and which, well, won't.

This season, it will be particularly interesting to see if broadcasters hand out early renewals as that could be a sign of networks and studios looking to get a jump on scripts for next season amid the looming threat of a Writers Guild of America strike. The current agreement expires May 1 and, per sources, studios have begun stockpiling scripts for next season instead of seeing writers take their traditional hiatus.

In keeping with tradition, 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 2020-21 schedule at ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW. Keep checking back through upfronts as we continue to update this accordingly based on the latest information.

(Key: Renewed shows in bold; ownership by in-house studio designated with an asterisk; additional episode orders noted. Current status followed by our reporting and educated guesses.)

ABC

Veteran shows
A Million Little Things*: renewed for season three
Agents of SHIELD*: ending after seven seasons
American Housewife* (single-cam): renewed for season five
Black-ish* (single-cam): renewed for season seven
Bless This Mess*: canceled after two seasons
The Conners (Carsey-Werner, multicam): renewed for season three
Fresh Off the Boat* (20th, single-cam): ended with season six  
The Goldbergs (Sony, single-cam): renewed for season eight
The Good Doctor (Sony/ABC Studios): renewed for season four
Grey's Anatomy*: renewed for season 17
How to Get Away With Murder*: ended after six seasons
Modern Family* (20th, single-cam): ended after 11 seasons
The Rookie*: renewed for season three
Schooled (Sony/ABC Studios, single-cam): canceled after two seasons
Single Parents* (single-cam): canceled after two seasons
Station 19*: renewed for season four

Freshman shows
The Baker and the Beauty (ABC Studios/UTV): too soon to tell but could be a longshot
Emergence (ABC Studios): canceled
For Life (Sony/ABC Studios): too soon to tell but network loves it
Mixed-ish(single-cam): renewed for season two
Reef Break*: summer drama was canceled
Stumptown*: renewed for season two
United We Fall (Sony/ABC Studios, multicam): possible fall 2020 launch

New shows
The Big Sky (A+E/ABC Studios)
Call Your Mother (multicam, Sony TV)

CBS

Veteran shows
Blue Bloods*: renewed for season 11
Bull*: renewed for season five
Criminal Minds (ABCS/CBSTVS): ended after 15 seasons
Elementary*: ended after seven seasons
FBI (Universal TV/CBSTVS): renewed for season three
God Friended Me (WBTV): canceled after two seasons
Hawaii Five-0*: ended with season 10
Madam Secretary*: ended after six seasons
MacGyver*: renewed for season five
Magnum P.I.*: renewed for season three
Man With a Plan*: canceled after four seasons
Mom (WBTV, multicam): renewed for season eight
NCIS*: renewed for season 18
NCIS: Los Angeles*: renewed for season 12
NCIS: New Orleans*: renewed for season seven
The Neighborhood* (multicam): renewed for season three
SEAL Team*: renewed for season four
SWAT (SPT/CBSTVS): renewed for season four
Young Sheldon (WBTV, single-cam): renewed for season four

Freshman shows
Evil*: renewed for season two
FBI: Most Wanted (UTV, CBSTVS): renewed for season two 
All Rise (co-pro with WB): renewed for season two
Bob Hearts Abishola (WB, multicam): renewed for season two
Broke(multicam): canceled
Carol's Second Act*: canceled
The Unicorn(single-cam): renewed for season two
Tommy*: canceled

New shows
Clarice*
The Equalizer (CBSTVS/UTV)
B Positive (WBTV, multicam)

The CW

Veteran shows
The 100 (WBTV): ending after seven seasons
All American (WBTV): renewed for season three
Arrow (WBTV): ended after eight seasons
Black Lightning (WBTV): renewed for season four
Burden of Truth (acquisition): renewed for season three (summer)
Charmed (CBSTV): renewed for season three
Dynasty (CBSTVS): renewed for season four
The Flash (WBTV): renewed for season seven
In the Dark (CBSTV): renewed for season three
Legacies (WBTV): renewed for season three
Legends of Tomorrow (WBTV): renewed for season six
Riverdale (WBTV): renewed for season five
Roswell, New Mexico (WBTV) renewed for season three
Supergirl (WBTV): renewed for season six
Supernatural (WBTV): ending after season 15
The Outpost (acquisition): renewed for season three (production interrupted)

Freshman shows 
Batwoman (WB): renewed for season two
Katy Keene (WB) +13 scripts; could go either way
Nancy Drew (CBSTV): renewed for season two
Bulletproof
 (acquisition, summer); awaiting word on season two
Pandora (acquisition): renewed for season two (production interrupted)

New shows
Kung Fu (WBTV)
Republic of Sarah (CBSTV)
Superman & Lois
 
(WBTV, straight to series)
Walker (CBSTV, straight to series)

Fox

Veteran shows
911 (20th): renewed for season four
Bob's Burgers (20th): quietly renewed for season 11 as part of the season 10 pickup
Empire (20th): ended with season six
Family Guy (20th): renewed for season 19
Last Man Standing (20th/multicam): renewed for season nine
The Resident (20th): renewed for season four
The Simpsons (20th): renewed for season 32

Freshman shows
Bless the Harts (20th/Fox, animated): renewed for season two
90210 (CBSTV, summer): canceled
911: Lone Star (20th TV) renewed for season two
Almost Family (UTV, Endemol, Fox): canceled 
Deputy (eOne, Fox); canceled
Duncanville (20th/UTV/Fox, animated); renewed for season two
Filthy Rich (20th TV, Fox): fall 2020 launch
The Great North (animated/20th TV, Fox); awaiting premiere date
Next (20th TV, Fox): fall 2020 launch
Outmatched (20th TV, Fox/multicamera): canceled
Prodigal Son (WBTV, Fox): renewed for season two
What Just Happened (20th, summer): awaiting word on season two; zero chance

New shows
Call Me Kat (WBTV, multicam)
Housebroken
* (animated)

NBC

Veteran shows
The Blacklist (Sony/UTV): renewed for season eight
Blindspot (WBTV): ending with season five
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (single-cam)*: renewed for season eight
Chicago Fire*: renewed for seasons nine, 10 and 11
Chicago Med*: renewed for seasons six, seven and eight
Chicago PD*: renewed for seasons eight, nine and 10 
Good Girls*: renewed for season four
The Good Place*: ended after season four
Law & Order: SVU*: renewed for seasons 22, 23 and 24
Manifest (WBTV/UTV): awaiting word on season three; a long shot
New Amsterdam*: renewed for seasons three, four and five
Superstore* (single-cam): renewed for season six
This Is Us (20th): renewed through season six
Will & Grace
* (multicam): ended (again) after season 11

Freshman shows
Bluff City Law*: ending with initial 10-episode order; DOA
Council of Dads*: could go either way
Indebted (Sony, multicam): no chance
Law & Order: Hate Crimes* (straight to series, 13 episodes) remains in limbo
Lincoln Rhyme (UTV/Sony); don't hold your breath
Perfect Harmony (20th TV, single-cam); could go either way
Sunnyside* (single-cam): moving to digital (+1 episode); depends on mysterious digital returns
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist (Lionsgate): a safe bet

New shows
The Kenan Show(single-cam) rolled from last season
Young Rock* (single-cam, straight to series)
Mr. Mayor* (single-cam, straight to series)
Untitled Law & Order: SVU spinoff with Christopher Meloni* (straight to series)