Every Broadcast TV Show Canceled or Renewed for the 2024-25 Season

Upfronts 2024: Every Broadcast TV Show Canceled or Renewed for 2024-25 Season (UPDATING)
Upfronts 2024: Every Broadcast TV Show Canceled or Renewed for 2024-25 Season (UPDATING)

Upfronts week has kicked off in New York and so too has the annual spring tradition of networks making the final calls on which shows will and will not survive for another season.

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But broacast and cable channels are not alone in this process anymore. As Variety noted in early May, streamers like Netflix and Amazon have pivoted to ad-supported tiers, prodding them to make their first-ever upfront presentations to woo advertisers. In the shakeout after last year’s actors and writers strikes, all of the major networks have pulled back on the volume of original content. As such, the number of “bubble shows” awaiting their fate has shrunk compared to previous years.

Several of the renewals below point to the prevailing trend of the 2020s: Each of the major networks is largely relying on franchises that have already proven themselves. For example, Dick Wolf continues to anchor major portions of both NBC and CBS’ lineups, with “Law & Order” having two series renewed for seasons in the 20-somethings and “FBI” entering its ninth season. Unscripted fare was a lifeboat for the networks through the strikes and continues to hold strong, e.g. “The Bachelor” continues to birth new spinoffs on ABC and Gordon Ramsay lords over four different cooking shows on Fox.

But even with franchise hits, there comes a time to trim the fat. CBS caught fans by surprise with the recent cancellations of “NCIS: Hawai’i” and “CSI: Vegas,” and ABC cut its Niecy Nash-led “Rookie” spinoff in November.


A few key series remain in limbo, such as “Bachelor in Paradise” on ABC and “So You Think You Can Dance” on Fox. There’s also the matter of the CW, which is transitioning to a focus on sports and unscripted programming and has yet to announce any of its renewals and cancellations. The network makes its presentation to ad buyers on May 16.

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See the full list of renewed and canceled shows below, with updates to come.




“9-1-1” (Season 8)

“Abbott Elementary” (Season 4)

“American Idol” (Season 8 on ABC, Season 23 overall)

“America’s Funniest Home Videos” (Season 35)

“The Bachelor” (Season 29)

“The Bachelorette” (Season 21)

“Celebrity Family Feud” (Season 11)

“Celebrity Jeopardy!” (Season 3)

“Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” (Season 5)

“Claim to Fame” (Season 3)

“The Conners” (Season 7)

“Dancing with the Stars” (Season 33)

“Grey’s Anatomy” (Season 21)

“Jeopardy! Masters” (Season 2)

“Press Your Luck” (Season 6)

“The Rookie” (Season 7)

“Shark Tank” (Season 16)

“Will Trent” (Season 3)

“What Would You Do?” (Season 17)

“Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” (Season 3 on ABC, Season 23 overall)


“Home Economics”

Not Dead Yet”

“The Rookie: Feds”

“Station 19”

“The Wonder Years”




“The Amazing Race” (Season 37)

“Big Brother” (Season 26)

“Blue Bloods”(Season 14)

“Elsbeth” (Season 2)

“The Equalizer” (Season 25)

“FBI” (Season 9)

“FBI: International” (Season 4)

“FBI: Most Wanted” (Season 6)

“Fire Country” (Season 3)

“Ghosts” (Season 4)

“Let’s Make a Deal Primetime” (Season 3)

“Lingo” (Season 2 at CBS, Season 10 overall)

“NCIS” (Season 22)

“NCIS: Sydney” (Season 2)

“The Neighborhood” (Season 7)

“The Price is Right at Night” (Season 6)

“Raid the Cage” (Season 2)

“S.W.A.T.” (Season 8)

“Survivor” (Season 47)

“Tracker” (Season 2)


“CSI: Vegas”

“NCIS: Hawai’i”

“So Help Me Todd”



“9-1-1: Lone Star” (Season 5)

“Accused” (Season 2)

“Alert: Missing Persons Unit” (Season 3)

“Animal Control” (Season 3)

“Beat Shazam” (Season 7)

“Bob’s Burgers” (Season 15)

“Crime Scene Kitchen” (Season 3)

“Don’t Forget the Lyrics!” (Season 3)

“Family Guy” (Season 23)

“Gordon Ramsey’s Food Stars” (Season 2)

“Grimsburg” (Season 2)

“Hell’s Kitchen” (Season 23)

“Krapopolis” (Season 2)

“Lego Masters” (Season 5)

“MasterChef” (Season 15)

“Name That Tune” (Season 5)

“Next Level Chef” (Season 4)

“Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test” (Season 3)

“The Cleaning Lady” (Season 4)

“The Floor” (Season 2)

“The Great North” (Season 5)

“The Masked Singer” (Season 12)

“The Simpsons” (Season 36)






“America’s Got Talent” (Season 19)

“American Ninja Warrior” (Season 16)

“Chicago Fire” (Season 13)

“Chicago Med” (Season 10)

“Chicago P.D.” (Season 12)

“Deal or No Deal Island” (Season 2)

“Found” (Season 2)

“The Irrational” (Season 2)

“Law & Order” (Season 24)

“Law & Order: Organized Crime” (Moving to Peacock for Season 5)

“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (Season 26)

“Lopez vs. Lopez” (Season 3)

“Night Court” (Season 3)

“The Voice” (Season 26)


“Extended Family”

“Hot Wheels: Ultimate Challenge”

“La Brea”

“L.A. Fire and Rescue”

“Quantum Leap”

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