Updated: Oct. 1, 2023 – The television industry is still grappling with the aftermath of the 2022-2023 season, as renewals and cancellations trickle in. The recent writer’s strike, which lasted for 148 days, caused a delay in decision-making for network executives. However, as the strike has now ended, we can expect more announcements in the coming weeks.
ABC, CBS, The CW, FOX, and NBC have all renewed and canceled various shows, and Hidden Remote has been diligently tracking the changes. Notably, ABC has already revealed most of its renewal decisions, with only one series still pending. Additionally, FOX took over the hit series 9-1-1 after it was canceled by the network and added it to its own lineup.
Here is a breakdown of the renewals and cancellations across the Big 5 networks:
ABC Renewed Shows for 2023:
– Abbott Elementary (Season 3)
– Celebrity Family Feud (Season 9)
– Claim to Fame (Season 2)
– Jeopardy! (Through 2027-2028 season)
– Press Your Luck (Season 5)
– Wheel of Fortune (Through 2027-2028 season)
– The Bachelorette (Season 20)
– Grey’s Anatomy (Season 20)
– Will Trent (Season 2)
– The Good Doctor (Season 6)
– The Rookie (Season 7)
– 9-1-1 (Season 7)
– Station 19 (Season 7)
– Not Dead Yet (Season 2)
– The Conners (Season 6)
– America’s Funniest Home Videos (Season 34)
– Shark Tank (Season 15)
– American Idol (Season 7)
– Celebrity Jeopardy! (Season 2)
– Celebrity Wheel of Fortune (Season 4)
– The Bachelor (Season 28)
– Bachelor in Paradise (Season 9)
ABC Canceled Shows for 2023:
– The Goldebergs (After 10 seasons)
– Alaska Daily
– Big Sky
– The Company You Keep
– The Final Straw (Unofficially canceled)
In a surprising move, the reboot of The Wonder Years, which aired during the summer on ABC, did not receive a renewal after completing its second season. Similarly, Home Economics, despite not yet receiving an official decision, has been canceled due to the conclusion of the writer’s strike. The only remaining show without a renewal or cancellation is The Rookie: Feds, with a decision expected soon.
Moving on to CBS, the network has renewed the majority of its programming, with only a few casualties:
CBS Renewed Shows for 2023:
– 60 Minutes
– 48 Hours
– The Amazing Race (Season 35)
– Bob Hearts Abishola (Season 5)
– CSI: Vegas (Season 3)
– The Drew Barrymore Show (Season 4)
– The Equalizer (Season 4)
– FBI (Season 6)
– FBI: International (Season 3)
– FBI: Most Wanted (Season 5)
– Fire Country (Season 2)
– Ghosts (Season 3)
– Lingo (Season 2)
– NCIS (Season 21)
– NCIS: Hawa’ii (Season 3)
– The Neighborhood (Season 6)
– So Help Me Todd (Season 2)
CBS Canceled Shows for 2023:
– S.W.A.T. (Initially canceled but later renewed for a final season)
It’s worth noting that CBS initially canceled S.W.A.T., but reversed its decision following fan backlash and the lead actor, Shemar Moore’s public outcry. However, the renewed seventh season will be the series’ last.
As the dust settles on the 2022-2023 television season, viewers can now anticipate the arrival of new episodes from their favorite shows and the introduction of exciting new series. Stay tuned for more updates as networks continue to unveil their broadcast schedules.
What shows have been renewed for the 2023-2024 television season?
Shows like Abbott Elementary, The Bachelorette, Grey’s Anatomy, The Rookie, 9-1-1, FBI, NCIS, Survivor, and many others have been renewed for the upcoming television season.
Which shows have been canceled?
Some shows that have been canceled include The Goldebergs, Alaska Daily, Big Sky, The Company You Keep, and The Final Straw.
Will there be any new shows?
Yes, networks are set to introduce new shows for the 2023-2024 television season. Keep an eye out for announcements and trailers to discover exciting additions to your favorite networks’ lineups.