5:30am PT by Rick Porter
Broadcast TV Unscripted Scorecard 2019: What's New, Renewed and Canceled
The broadcast networks made a somewhat bigger push into unscripted programming in the 2018-19 season, and it paid off with new hits like The Masked Singer and America's Got Talent: The Champions, while reliable franchises like Survivor and The Bachelor continued to perform.
Below is The Hollywood Reporter's guide to keep track of what will return in 2019-20, which shows have been canceled and what new series will be added to each network's unscripted roster. Bookmark this page, as it will be updated regularly based on the latest information. Shows scheduled to air in summer 2019 are considered part of the current season.
Unscripted shows also operate on a somewhat different cycle than that of scripted series, so decisions on some shows likely will not come until after the May upfronts.
Renewed shows are noted below in bold. Shows owned by a network's partner studio — NBC and now Fox have dedicated alternative units — are noted with an asterisk.
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America's Funniest Home Videos: renewed through season 31
American Idol: renewed for season three on ABC, season 18 overall
The Bachelor: renewed for season 24
Bachelor in Paradise
Celebrity Family Feud
Child Support: canceled
Dancing With the Stars: renewed for season 28
The Great American Baking Show
The Great Christmas Light Fight
Shark Tank: renewed for season 11
To Tell the Truth
The Alec Baldwin Show: canceled after one season
Dancing With the Stars: Juniors: canceled after one season
Card Sharks: premieres June 12
Press Your Luck: premieres June 12
Family Food Fight
The Amazing Race
Celebrity Big Brother
Million Dollar Mile
The World's Best
Masters of Illusion
Penn & Teller: Fool Us
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
The Big Stage: premieres June 7
Red Bull Peaking
24 Hours to Hell and Back
Hell's Kitchen: renewed for seasons 19 and 20
Love Connection: canceled after two seasons
So You Think You Can Dance
America's Got Talent
American Ninja Warrior
Ellen's Game of Games: renewed for season three
Hollywood Game Night*
Little Big Shots: renewed for season four with new host Melissa McCarthy
The Voice: renewed for season 17
World of Dance*: renewed for season four
America's Got Talent: The Champions: renewed for season two
Bring the Funny*: premieres July 9
Songland*: premieres May 28
The Titan Games*
Keep track of all the renewals, cancellations and new show orders with THR's scorecards for ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW and with all the latest pilot pickups and passes with our handy guide. For complete coverage, bookmark THR.com/upfronts.