Every Renewed and Canceled TV Show in 2024

After a strike-filled 2023, a number of TV shows are still waiting to be renewed or canceled by their respective networks and streamers in 2024.

As broadcast and cable networks — as well as their streaming counterparts —double down on their impending decisions for on the bubble series, the fate for both freshman shows and longrunning series hangs in the balance.

This year TV fans will say goodbye to several beloved favorites, including Chuck Lorre’s CBS sitcoms “Bob Hearts Abishola” and “Young Sheldon,” HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” ABC’s “Station 19,” Disney’s “Bunk’d” and Freeform’s “Good Trouble,” to name a few.

Get latest on the future of your favorite shows below:

“3 Body Problem” (Netflix) – Renewed & Ending

The sci-fi adaptation, which launched its first season in March, is officially set to air second and third installments before coming to a close, offering clarity to the streamer’s previous statement that it would return “with all-new episodes to take viewers through the full journey of this epic saga.”

“9-1-1” (ABC) – Renewed

Angela Bassett and Peter Krause on “9-1-1” (Disney/Mike Taing)

The procedural drama was granted an early Season 8 renewal by ABC just three episodes into its current season in April.

“Abbott Elementary” (ABC) – Renewed

The workplace sitcom created and led by Quinta Brunson was renewed for a fourth season in February, just days after ABC debuted the Season 3 premiere.

“After Midnight” (CBS) – Renewed

The late-night show hosted by comedian Taylor Tomlinson was been renewed for a second season airing during 2024-2025 broadcast season in June.

“Alert: Missing Persons Unit” (Fox) – Renewed

Fox is moving forward with a third season of its drama set in Philadelphia and starring Scott Caan and Dania Ramirez. Production on Season 2 is currently underway, and the series will stay in production for Season 3 episodes.

“All American” (The CW) – Renewed

The teen drama series was renewed for a seventh season at the CW in June, alongside renewals for Penn & Teller: Fool Us” and “The Chosen.”

“American Born Chinese” (Disney+) – Canceled

The series based on the graphic novel of the same name by Gene Luen Yang, which stars Ben Wang, Michelle Yeoh, Yeo Yann Yann, Chin Han, Jimmy Liu and Ke Huy Quan, was canceled by Disney+ after just one season in early January.

“Animal Control” (Fox) – Renewed

The Joel McHale-led workplace comedy was renewed for a third season in early February, ahead of its Season 2 premiere on Wednesday, March 6.

“Arcane” (Netflix) – Ending

The streamer teased its second season would be the show’s “final chapter” in June.

“Average Joe” (BET+) – Renewed

The dark comedy series starring Deon Cole was renewed for a second season in June.

“The Bachelorette” (ABC) – Renewed

The network renewed the reality dating show for a 21st season in February, which is set to premiere in summer 2024.

“The Bear” (Hulu) – Quietly Renewed

“The Bear” was quietly picked up for a fourth season, which is set to film immediately following production on its third installment, according to media reports.

“Berlin” (Netflix) – Renewed

The “Money Heist” prequel was renewed for a second season in February.

“Bob Hearts Abishola” (CBS) – Ending

Chuck Lorre’s comedy starring Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku will end with its fifth season at CBS, which is set air on Feb. 12.

“Bookie” (Max) – Renewed

Just as one Chuck Lorre show was canceled, another was renewed. The comedy series starring Sebastian Maniscalco as a veteran Los Angeles bookie was renewed by Max for a second season in early January.

“The Boys” (Prime Video) – Renewed and Ending

Showrunner Eric Kripke announced the graphic novel adaptation, which was renewed for Season 5 in May, would come to a close with its fifth season in June, just days before the premiere of Season 4. He specified the show was not canceled and said it was “always my plan” to end with Season 5, writing on social media, “Thrilled to bring the story to a gory, epic, moist climax.”

“The Brothers Sun” (Netflix) – Canceled

Joon Lee, Sam Song Li, Michelle Yeoh and Justin Chien in “The Brothers Sun.” (Netflix)

The action-comedy series starring Michelle Yeoh, Justin Chien and Sam Song Li was axed after just one season.

“Bunk’d” (Disney+) – Ending

Disney Channel’s longest-running live-action series will come to an end as it airs its last 10 episodes in 2024.

“Bupkis” (Peacock) – Renewed then Canceled

The Pete Davidson-led comedy series won’t return for a second season despite being initially renewed for one. Davidson ultimately pulled the plug on the autobiographical series, saying in a March statement, “this part of my life is finished.”

“Celebrity Family Feud” (ABC) – Renewed

The game show hosted by Steve Harvey will return for its 10th season later this year, the network announced in February.

“The Chelsea Detective” (Acorn TV) – Renewed

The Adrian Scarborough and Vanessa Emme crime series is officially returning for a third season. “The Chelsea Detectives” follows Detective Inspector Max Arnold (Scarborough) and Detective Sergeant Layla Walsh (Emme) as they dive into the crimes of the glamorous Chelsea. The four-episode Season 3 will include  the tragic death of a 2000s popstar, a deep dive into the U.S. Embassy and a climate scientist found dead in a supercar.

“Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med” and “Chicago P.D.” (NBC) – Renewed

The “Chicago” franchise was renewed for the 2024-2025 season alongside “Law & Order” and “Law & Order: SVU” in March.

“The Chosen” (The CW) – Renewed

The historical drama centered on the life of Jesus was upped for a fourth season in June, alongside “All American” and “Penn & Teller: Fool Us.”

“The Cleaning Lady” (Fox) – Renewed

The Élodie Yung-led show was renewed for a fourth season in May, with Miranda Kwok and Jeannine Renshaw stepping down as executive producers and showrunners.

“Coach Prime” (Prime Video) – Renewed

The docuseries, which follows Deion “Coach Prime” Sanders’ journey as a college football coach, was renewed for Season 3 in May.

“The Conners” (ABC) – Ending

The continuation of “Roseanne” will end after its forthcoming seventh season, ABC announced in May.

“Constellation” (Apple TV+) – Canceled

The sci-fi drama series starring Noomi Rapace and Jonathan Banks was canceled after Season 1. Apple announced the decision in May, a month and a half since it wrapped up its run on March 27.

“Cross” (Prime Video) – Renewed

The Aldis Hodge-led series was upped for a Season 2 in May ahead of its Season 1 debut later this year.

“CSI: Vegas” (CBS) – Canceled

The fifth series in the “CSI” franchise was nixed after three seasons at CBS, the network announced in April.

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” (HBO) – Ending

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” Season 12 (John Johnson/HBO)
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” Season 12 (John Johnson/HBO)

The Larry David-led and created comedy is set to return for its 12th and final season on Sunday, Feb. 4.

“As ‘Curb’ comes to an end, I will now have the opportunity to finally shed this ‘Larry David’ persona and become the person God intended me to be – the thoughtful, kind, caring, considerate human being I was until I got derailed by portraying this malignant character,” David said in a statement announcing the series’ end. “And so ‘Larry David,’ I bid you farewell. Your misanthropy will not be missed. And for those of you who would like to get in touch with me, you can reach me at Doctors Without Borders.”

“Dave” (FXX) – On Pause

The comedy series has gone on an indefinite hiatus as cocreator and star Dave Burd, aka Lil Dicky, pursues other projects.

“Deal or No Deal Island” (NBC) – Renewed

The game show hosted by Joe Manganiello and executive produced by Howie Mande was renewed for a second season in May.

“Death and Other Details” (Hulu) – Canceled

The mystery series starring Violett Beane and Mandy Patinkin was axed after one season by the streamer in late March.

“Dora” (Paramount+) – Renewed

Dora the Explorer is back for a second season … again. A revival of the beloved original, this new take on the preschool series uses CGI and comes from Nickelodeon Animation.

“Kids and family programming is consistently one of the most popular genres on Paramount+ and we’re thrilled that our audience has already embraced ‘Dora,'” Jeff Grossman, executive vice president of programming for Paramount+, said in a press release. “It’s an incredible opportunity to introduce this beloved character and iconic franchise to a whole new generation.”

“The Drew Barrymore Show” (Syndicated) – Renewed

The daytime talk series helmed by Drew Barrymore was renewed for a fifth season in January.

“Drops of God” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

The multilingual French-Japanese drama starring Fleur Geffrier and Tomohisa Yamashita was renewed for a second season in May, which will follow Camillie and Issei as they uncover the origin of the world’s most wonderful wine. The journey that will take them to far-flung corners of the globe, force them to face their inner demons and change them forever.

“Elsbeth” (CBS) – Renewed

“The Good Wife” spin-off series, which stars Carrie Preston, was renewed for a Season 2 in April.

“The Equalizer” (CBS) – Renewed

The drama series led by Queen Latifah was upped for a fifth season in April.

“Evil” (Paramount+) – Ending

The psychological mystery will end with its upcoming fourth season, the streamer announced in February.

“Extended Family” (NBC) – Canceled

The sitcom from Mike O’Malley, which starred Jon Cryer, Abigail Spencer and Donald Faison, was canceled after one season in May.

“Extra” (Syndicated) – Renewed

The entertainment newsmagazine was renewed for a 31st season by Fox Television Stations in late January.

“Fallout” (Prime Video) – Renewed

The video game adaptation scored a Season 2 renewal in April, just over a week after the series debuted on Wednesday, April 10.

“FBI,” “FBI: International” and “FBI: Most Wanted” (CBS) – Renewed

All three “FBI” series were renewed for the 2024-2025 season in April.

“Fire Country” (CBS) – Renewed

The drama starring series cocreator Max Theriot as Bode Donovan was renewed for a third season in March.

“Fix My Frankenhouse” (HGTV) – Renewed

The series, following husband-wife team Mike and Denese Butler as they fix hodge-podge properties, was renewed for a second season in January.

“The Flight Attendant” (Max) – Canceled

The thriller series led by Kaley Cuoco, which was originally billed as a limited series, will come to an end with its second season, which came to a close in spring 2022, the streamer announced in January.

“The Floor” (Fox) – Renewed

The competition series, hosted by Rob Lowe, was renewed for two more seasons at Fox that will air during the 2024-25 season, the network announced in May. Fox Entertainment also entered a first-look deal with Lowe to develop unscripted series to air on Fox. Series launched under the agreement would be produced by FOX’s in-house unscripted studio, Fox Alternative Entertainment.

“Frasier” (Paramount+) – Renewed

The reboot series was picked up for a Season 2 in February.

“Ghosts” (CBS) – Renewed

The comedy starring Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar was renewed for a fourth season in March.

“The Girls on the Bus” (Max) – Canceled

The series, which centered on female journalists played by Carla Gugino, Melissa Benoist, Natasha Behnam and Christina Elmore, was canceled after one season in May.

“The Good Doctor” (ABC) – Ending

Freddie Highmore in “The Good Doctor” (ABC/Jeff Weddell)
Freddie Highmore in “The Good Doctor” (ABC/Jeff Weddell)

The medical drama starring Freddie Highmore will end with its upcoming seventh season, which kicks off on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 10 p.m. ET/PT.

“Good Trouble” (Freeform) – Ending

The beloved spin-off of “The Fosters” will come to an end with its fifth season on Freeform, which premiered its final episodes on Jan. 2. Amid the cancellation, “Good Trouble” creators were given the opportunity to film additional scenes to wrap up the show with a supersized series finale, according to an individual with knowledge of production plans.

“Goosebumps” (Disney+) – Renewed

The show based on R.L. Stine’s book series was renewed for a second season as an anthology series, the network announced in February.

“Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars” (Fox) – Renewed

Gordon Ramsay’s cooking competition show was renewed for a second season at the network in early March.

“Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) – Renewed

The medical procedural was renewed for a 21st season in April, extending its run as the longest-running primetime series in ABC history, as well as the longest-running primetime medical drama in TV history.

“Hacks” (Max) – Renewed

The comedy series starring Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder was picked up for a fourth season in late May, just ahead of the debut of its Season 3 finale.

“Heartbreak High” (Netflix) – Ending

The YA series was renewed for a third and final season in May.

“House of the Dragon” (HBO) – Renewed

The “Game of Thrones” spin-off series led by Emma D’Arcy, Olivia Cooke was renewed for a third season in June, just days before its Season 2 debut.

“House of Villains” (E!) – Renewed

The reality competition series, hosted by Joel McHale, was renewed for a second season Jan. 18, after debuting as the cable network’s most watched new series in three years. Season 1 concluded in December with Tanisha Thomas crowned as the winner.

“Invasion” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

The science fiction drama series was renewed for a third season in February.

“Is it Cake?” (Netflix) – Renewed

The streamer renewed the baking show inspired by the viral trend, which is hosted by Mikey Day, in late January for a third season, which is set to premiere on March 29.

“The Jennifer Hudson Show” (Syndicated) – Renewed

The talk show, led by Jennifer Hudson, was renewed for a third season by Fox Television Stations and Hearst Television in January.

“Jeopardy! Masters” (ABC) – Renewed

The Ken Jennings-hosted game show is set to air another tournament-style season later this spring, ABC announced in February.

“Julia” (Max) – Canceled

The Julia Child-inspired series was canceled by Max in January, less than a month after its second installment aired its finale on Dec. 21.

“The Last Thing He Told Me” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

Nikolaj Coster-Walday and Jennifer Garner in "The Last Thing He Told Me"
Apple TV+

The thriller series was renewed for a second season in late March, with Jennifer Garner, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Angourie Rice and David Morse set to reprise their roles in the next installment.

“Law & Order” and “Law & Order: SVU” (NBC) – Renewed

“Law & Order” and “Law & Order: SVU” were renewed for the 2024-2025 season in March, while “Law & Order: Organized Crime” remains on the bubble.

“Limitless with Chris Hemsworth” (NatGeo) – Renewed

The docuseries was picked up for a second season at the network.

“Lioness” (Paramount+) – Renewed

The series starring  Zoe Saldaña, Nicole Kidman and Morgan Freeman was renewed for a second season in May.

“Lopez vs Lopez” (NBC) – Renewed

The comedy series following the fictionalized lives of George and Mayan Lopez was renewed for a third season in May.

“Love on the Spectrum” (Netflix) – Renewed

The dating-centric reality series was picked up for a third season in April.

“Minx” (Starz) – Canceled Again

After saving it from its first cancellation at Max, “Minx” was canceled again in early January after Starz opted not to move forward with Season 3 of the comedy series. Seasons 1 and 2 are set to remain on the Starz app, as well as on all major platforms.

“Monarch: Legacy of Monsters” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

The first live-action series to take place within Legendary Entertainment’s MonsterVerse was renewed for a second season in April.

“Mr. & Mrs. Smith” (Prime Video) – Renewed

The Donald Glover and Maya Erskine-led spy drama was renewed for a second season in May.

“NCIS: Hawai’i” (CBS) – Canceled

The “NCIS” spin-off series, which stars Vanessa Lachey as special agent-in-charge Jane Tennant, was canceled by the network after three seasons in April.

“NCIS: Sydney” (CBS and Paramount+ Australia) – Renewed

The first international expansion of the “NCIS” franchise was renewed for a second season in March.

“Night Court” (NBC) – Renewed

The Melissa Rauch and John Larroquette-led series was upped for a third season in May.

“Not Dead Yet” (ABC) – Canceled

The Gina Rodriguez-led sitcom was nixed after two seasons at the network.

“Obliterated” (Netflix) – Canceled

The Vegas-set action comedy from the “Cobra Kai” creators Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg and Josh Heald was canceled on Feb. 1.

“On the Roam” (Max) – Renewed

The Jason Momoa-led travel docuseries was renewed by the streamer for a second season in February.

“The Other Black Girl” (Hulu) – Canceled

The drama series based on the book by Zakiya Dalila Harris was canceled in May after one season at the streamer. Sinclair Daniel, Ashleigh Murray, Brittany Adebumola, Hunter Parrish, Bellamy Young and Eric McCormack lead the cast.

“Palm Royale” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

The 1960s-set dramedy starring Kristen Wiig, Carol Burnett, Laura Dern, Allison Janney, Ricky Martin and Josh Lucas was renewed for a second season in June, nearly a month after its Season 1 finale left off on a shocking cliffhanger.

“Percy Jackson and the Olympians” (Disney+) – Renewed

“Percy Jackson and the Olympians” (Disney+)

The show based on Rick Riordan’s book series was renewed for a second season at Disney+ in February.

“Penn & Teller: Fool Us” (The CW) – Renewed

The magician competition series was renewed for Season 11 in June alongside renewals for “All American” and “The Chosen.”

“Power Book III: Raising Kanan” (Starz) – Renewed

Starz’s “Power” universe is still going strong. While Season 4 of the series was filming in New York, the cable network renewed “Book III” for a fifth season.

“We know that our fans can’t get enough of ‘Raising Kanan.’ As the inevitable evolution of this young man into a killer plays out, we knew we had much more backstory to share in this ever-escalating family saga,” Kathryn Busby, president of original programming for Starz, said in a press release. “As we continue to expand the storytelling within the ‘Power’ universe, we’re looking forward to how this story may intersect with other ‘Power’ characters during this prequel era.”

“Power Book IV: Force” (Starz) – Ending

The Joseph Sikora-led series will end its third and final season, Starz announced in June, though showrunner and EP Gary Lennon is already in the midst of developing another show within the “Power” universe.

“Pupstruction” (Disney Junior) – Renewed

The series following an all-dog construction crew was renewed for a sophomore season in February.

“Rap Sh!t” (Max) – Canceled

Aida Osman and KaMillion in “Rap Sh!t” Season 2 (Max)

Issa Rae’s music industry series, which starred Aida Osman and KaMillion as rap duo Shawna and Mia, was canceled by the streamer after two seasons in January.

“Ratched” (Netflix) – Canceled

Star Sarah Paulson confirmed the “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” prequel series was canceled after one season in February.

“Raven’s Home” (Disney) – Ending

Disney announced in May that the show’s Season 6 finale from September 2023 would serve as the Raven-Symoné-led show’s final installment.

In its place, Disney has greenlit a pilot for a spin-off entitled “Alice in the Palace” starring Mykal-Michelle Harris, which will be executive produced and directed by Symoné under her new overall deal with Disney Branded Television.

“A Real Bug’s Life” (NatGeo and Disney+) – Renewed

The series based on Pixar’s “A Bug’s Life” and narrated by Awkwafina was renewed for a second season, which is set to premiere on Disney+ this fall.

“The Rookie” (ABC) – Renewed

The procedural, which stars Nathan Fillion stars as the LAPD’s oldest rookie, was renewed for a seventh season in April.

“Sherri” (Syndicated) – Renewed

The daytime talk show led by Sherri Shepherd was renewed for a third season by Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury in March, and is set to appear in more than 95% of the U.S.

“Shōgun” (FX) – Renewed

In a switch from initially being a limited series, FX announced in May that it would move forward with additional installments of “Shōgun,” which would “likely” lead to two more seasons.

“Slow Horses” (Apple TV+) – Renewed

The espionage drama starring Gary Oldman was renewed for a fifth season by the streamer in early January, following the release of Season 3.

“So Help Me Todd” (CBS) – Canceled

The Skylar Astin-led show was canceled after its second season in April.

“Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” (Paramount+) – Renewed

The spin-off series scored an early renewed for a fourth season while currently in production on its third season.

“Station 19” (ABC) – Ending

The “Grey’s Anatomy” spin-off series will wrap up its seven-season run, as it premieres its final installments beginning Thursday, March 14.

“SuperKitties” (Disney Junior) – Renewed

The kids series surrounding superhero kittens was upped for a second season in February.

“SurrealEstate” (Syfy) – Renewed

The horror drama was renewed for a third season in February.

“S.W.A.T.” (CBS) – Uncanceled and Renewed

The Shemar Moore-led procedural was renewed for an eighth season at CBS in Aprl, reversing the network’s previous decision to end the show with Season 7.

“Tamron Hall” (Syndicated) – Renewed

The syndicated daytime talk show, which airs on ABC-owned TV stations, as well as stations owned by Hearst, Scripps, Nexstar, Tegna, Gray and AMG, was renewed for a sixth season in April.

“Ted” (Peacock) – Renewed

Seth MacFarlane’s prequel series was renewed for a second season in May.

“The Terror” (AMC) – Renewed

The show based on the novel by Victor LaValle was renewed for a third season in February.

“Tires” (Netflix) – Renewed

Shane Gillis’ comedy series was upped for a second season in May, ahead of the premiere of Season 1.

“Tokyo Vice” (Max) – Canceled

The series was based on journalist Jake Adelstein’s memoir, “Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan,” was canceled in June, with EPs J.T. Rogers and Alan Poul teasing “there is more story to tell.”

“Tracker” (CBS) – Renewed

Justin Hartley-led show was granted an early Season 2 renewal in March.

“The Traitors” (Peacock) – Renewed

The buzzy competition series bringing together reality stars from across TV was renewed for a third season in the middle of its Season 2 rollout in early February.

“True Detective” (HBO) – Renewed

Jodie Foster and Finn Bennet in “True Detective: Night Country.” (Michele K. Short/HBO)

The HBO anthology crime series was renewed for a fifth installment, with  “Night Country” creator Issa López locked to return as showrunner.

“Upload” (Prime Video) – Renewed

The Robbie Amell-led series was renewed for a fourth and final season in March.

“The Upshaws” (Netflix) – Ending

The comedy series starring Mike Epps and Wanda Sykes will come to an end with a 12-episode Part 7, the streamer announced in June, ahead of the debut of Part 6 in early 2025.

“The Vince Staples Show” (Netflix) – Renewed

The show, which is executive produced by Vince Staples and Kenya Barris, was renewed for a second season in late May.

“Walker” (CW) – Canceled

After four seasons, the Jared Padalecki series has come to an end. The cancellation was announced ahead of Season 4’s finale. Developed by Anna Fricke, the series was a revival of the 1990s Western drama “Walker, Texas Ranger.”

“Welcome to Wrexham” (FX) – Renewed

Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds’ FX docuseries scored a Season 4 renewal during Disney’s presentation at the 2024 Upfronts.

“Wrexham AFC has exceeded all expectations on the pitch and with fans, scoring back-to-back promotions under the leadership of Rob and Ryan and rising to compete in League One next season,” Nick Grad, president of original programming for FX Entertainment, said in a statement. “‘Welcome to Wrexham’ is scoring big too, winning five Emmy Awards and a fourth season that will continue to document the team’s remarkable journey and its impact on the Wrexham community and growing legion of fans worldwide.”

“When Calls the Heart” (Hallmark) – Renewed

Hallmark’s longest-running original series was renewed for a 12th season in May, which is set to begin production in July.

“Wild Cards” (CW) – Renewed

Vanessa Morgan’s comedy-drama is coming back. The CBC series was renewed by the Canadian network during the company’s upfront presentation, but it will continue to air on the CW.

“Will Trent” (ABC) – Renewed

Prepare to see Ramón Rodríguez for a third season. The police procedural with the cutest dog on television will be coming back, which shouldn’t be surprising to anyone keeping tabs on ratings. The recent March 5 episode marked the series’ highest rated installment to date, bringing in 9.02 million total viewers according to Nielsen seven-day viewing.

“The Witcher” (Netflix) – Ending

The streamer announced the series would end with its fifth season in April, when Netflix also shared that production on Season 4 was underway. Both Seasons 4 and 5 will be led by Liam Hemsworth as Geralt of Rivia, a role that was originally portrayed by Henry Cavill.

“Wolf Pack” (Paramount Network) – Canceled

The Sarah Michelle Gellar supernatural drama won’t be returning for another season. This one was another casualty of the strikes. The network was hoping that the audience would grow between seasons, an insider familiar with the matter told TheWrap. But due to delays caused by the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, it was expected that Season 2 wouldn’t be ready until roughly two years after Season 1.

“Yellowstone” (Paramount Network) – Ending

Taylor Sheridan’s famed western drama, which stars Kevin Costner as patriarch John Dutton, will come to an end as the second half of “Yellowstone” Season 5 resumes production in late spring 2024.

“Young Sheldon” (CBS) – Ending

Joseph Apollonio as Connor and Iain Armitage as Sheldon Cooper. Photo: Robert Voets/CBS

Chuck Lorre’s “The Big Bang Theory” prequel series is set to end with its upcoming seventh season, which is slated to premiere Feb. 15.

“The Young and the Restless” (CBS) – Renewed

The daytime soap was renewed for four additional seasons at the network, taking “The Young and the Restless” through the 2027-2028 TV season and its 55th season.

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