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This list also includes titles with to-be-announced premiere dates for 2021 and 2022, either because of the coronavirus-related Hollywood shutdown in the spring and summer of 2020 or because some networks and streamers enjoy reveling in our anticipation.

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Premiere Date Highlights


Paramount+ is going down to South Park again with its second film based on the cult animated series, South Park: Post Covid: The Return of Covid. Premiering December 16 on the streaming platform, the movie will attempt to avenge the Kenny’s latest death — if only Stan, Kyle and Cartman could just work together so that they could go back in time to make sure Covid never happened.


Netflix Geeked 2022 schedule

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Netflix has announced that several projects that fall under the broad definition of “genre” programming will premiere in 2022. Among them are director Mike Flanagan’s next horror series, The Midnight Club (which is not season 2 Midnight Mass); season 3 of The Umbrella Academy; the live-action adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman series of graphic novels; and animated genre event series, including The Witcher: Blood Origin, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, Magic: The Gathering, and Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas.


Just added: Killing Eve (Feb. 27), Severance (Feb. 18), The Dropout (Mar. 3), State of the Union (Feb. 14), Bel-Air (Feb. 13).


December


The Mandalorian season 2 Boba Fett poster

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Wednesday, Dec. 1




Tab Time: Season 1, YouTube Originals
Fruitcake Fraud: Season 1, Discovery+
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, Netflix
Kayko and Kokosh, Netflix
Candified: Home For The Holidays, Hulu
The Tower, BritBox
Adrienne, 8 p.m., HBO [movie]

Beebo Saves Christmas, 8 p.m., The CW
89th Annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center, 8 p.m., NBC
The Crown’s Ancient Forest, 8 p.m., Smithsonian Channel

Trafficked with Mariana van Zeller: Season 2, 9 p.m., Nat Geo
Kelly Clarkson Presents: When Christmas Comes Around, 10 p.m., NBC

Thursday, Dec. 2









The Business of Christmas 2, BET+ [movie]

Mickey and Minnie Wish Upon a Christmas, Disney Junior [movie]


Friday, Dec. 3













Harlem, Amazon Prime Video [movie]
Supa Strikas: Rookie Season, YouTube Originals
The Johnnyswim Show, Discovery+
The Hunt for the Chicago Strangler, Discovery+




Missing and Alone, 8 p.m., LMN [movie]
Family Massacre, 9 p.m., Oxygen

Saturday, Dec. 4


Christmas Beneath the Stars, 7 p.m., UPtv [movie]
Ozzy Osbourne: Black Sabbath Frontman, 8 p.m., Reelz


When Buildings Collapse: Disaster in Surfside, 8 p.m., Discovery

Sunday, Dec. 5


Real Murders of Orange County, 7 p.m., Oxygen
Something’s Coming: West Side Story, 7 p.m., ABC




Valley of the Queens, 8 p.m., Science Channel
Bruce Dickinson: Iron Maiden Frontman, 8 p.m., Reelz
The National Christmas Tree Lighting, 8:30 p.m., CBS

23rd Annual A Home for the Holidays, 9:30 p.m., CBS
Mr. A & Mr. M: The Story of A&M Records, 10 p.m., Epix

Monday, Dec. 6





Jeopardy! Professors Tournament, 8 p.m., NBC
A Very Boy Band Holiday, 8 p.m., ABC



The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All, 9 p.m., ABC

The Forever Prisoner, 10 p.m., HBO [movie]
Michael Bublé’s Christmas in the City, 10 p.m., NBC

Tuesday, Dec. 7




Alaskan Killer Bigfoot: Season 1, Discovery+



People’s Choice Awards, 9 p.m., NBC


Called to the Wild, 10 p.m., Nat Geo
Relatively Famous: Ranch Rules: Season 1, 11 p.m., E! (special premiere)

Wednesday, Dec. 8



Coyote Peterson’s Wild Field Trip, YouTube Originals
Welcome to Earth, Disney+
Nickelodeon’s Treasure Truck, 7:30 p.m., Nickelodeon
Christmas Around the World, 8 p.m., The CW
Dr. Pimple Popper: A Pimple Carol, 8 p.m., TLC

CMT Crossroads Christmas: Brett Young & Friends, 8 p.m., CMT
CMT’s A Tennessee Kind of Christmas, 9 p.m., CMT

Thursday, Dec. 9











The Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert, Amazon Prime Video
Shaman King: Season 2, Netflix




Flip or Flop: Season 9, 9 p.m., HGTV

Friday, Dec. 10

















The Now, The Roku Channel
Super Sema, YouTube Originals
Play-Doh Squished, IMDb TV
Saturday Morning All Star Hits!, Netflix
Family Dinner, Discovery+
LOL: Last One Laughing Mexico, Amazon Prime Video



A Daughter’s Deceit, 8 p.m., LMN [movie]

Saturday, Dec. 11


Radford Returns, Discovery+


Steven Tyler: Aerosmith Frontman, 8 p.m., Reelz



Sunday, Dec. 12
White House Christmas 2021, 6 p.m., HGTV
Miss Universe, 7 p.m., Fox





Secrets of the Celtic Grave, 8 p.m., Science Channel
90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, 8 p.m., TLC
Alex Murdaugh: Death. Deception. Power, 8 p.m., Oxygen
David Lee Roth: Van Halen Frontman, 8 p.m., Reelz

Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown 2021, 9 p.m., The CW
Ken and Barbie Killers: The Lost Murder Tapes, 9 p.m., ID
Small Town Christmas: Bethlehem, Pa.: Season 1, 9 p.m., UPtv

Monday, Dec. 13




Gordon Ramsay’s Road Trip: European Vacation, 8 p.m., Fox
20 Years of Christmas With the Tabernacle Choir, 8 p.m., PBS
VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition, 8 p.m., VH1

House Hunters Ho Ho Home, 10 p.m., HGTV

Tuesday, Dec. 14


Starbeam: Beaming the New Year, Netflix
The Future Diary, Netflix

The Murders at Starved Rock, 8 p.m., HBO


Fixer to Fabulous Holiday Surprise, 9 p.m., HGTV
Gordon Ramsay’s Road Trip: Christmas Vacation, 9 p.m., Fox

One Stage to the Next, 10 p.m., TV One

Wednesday, Dec. 15





Shatner in Space, Amazon Prime Video
Elite Short Stories: Phillipe Caye Felipe, Netflix
iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2021, 8 p.m., The CW




A Very Chrisley Christmas, 9:30 p.m., NBC

Thursday, Dec. 16















Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, Discovery+
2nd Annual HA Festival: The Art of Comedy, HBO Max
Diego, The Last Goodbye, Peacock [movie]
Puff: Wonders of the Reef, Netflix
Kid Correspondent New Year’s Eve Special, YouTube Originals
Tarek & Heather: The Big I Do, 8 p.m., HGTV

Dogs of the Year 2021, 8 p.m., The CW

Friday, Dec. 17








Uninterrupted’s Top Class: The Life and Times of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers, IMDb TV
The Murder of Gabby Petito: Truth, Lies and Social Media, Peacock
Joe Bob Ruins Christmas, 9 p.m., Shudder

Rolling Like Thunder, 8 p.m., Showtime [movie]
Twisted Little Lies, 8 p.m., LMN [movie]
89th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, 8 p.m., The CW
Chillin Island: Season 1, 10:30 p.m., HBO

Saturday, Dec. 18


Bulgasal: Immortal Souls, Netflix
Drew’s Dream Car: Season 1, Discovery+
My Dream Kitchen: Carla Hall, Discovery+
My Dream Kitchen: Giada De Laurentiis, Discovery+
Out of Stock: Supply Chain Crisis, 8 p.m., Discovery


Holmes for the Holidays, 8 p.m., HGTV

Christmas for Keeps, 10 p.m., HMM [movie]
Women of Worth, 8 p.m., NBC
Kindred Spirits: Season 1, 10 p.m., Travel Channel

Sunday, Dec. 19


What Happened in Oslo, Netflix
Patti LaBelle’s Holiday Party, 7 p.m., TV One
Christmas Together, 7 p.m., UPtv [movie]
Joy at Christmas, 8 p.m., GAC Family [movie]
Home Town: Ben’s Holiday Workshop, 8 p.m., HGTV



Tough Love With Hilary Farr, 9 p.m., HGTV
Small Town Christmas: Natchitoches, La., 9 p.m., UPtv

Monday, Dec. 20
Elite Short Stories: Samuel Omar, Netflix


100 Day Dream Home: Season 3, 8 p.m., HGTV

Miracles Across 125th Street, 9 p.m., VH1 [movie]
Christmas at Belmont, 9 p.m., PBS

Tuesday, Dec. 21



Fantasy Island Holiday Special, 8 p.m., Fox
The Christmas Ball, 8 p.m., Lifetime [movie]

Beyond Hubble: The Telescope of Tomorrow, 10 p.m., Science Channel

Wednesday, Dec. 22
The LCD Soundsystem Holiday Special, 9 p.m., Amazon Prime Video
WWII in Color: Road to Victory, Netflix





The Masked Singer Christmas Singalong, 8 p.m., Fox
44th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, 8 p.m., CBS

Thursday, Dec. 23




Beanie Mania, HBO Max [movie]
40 Means Nothing (40 No es Nada), HBO Max
Elite Short Stories: Patrick, Netflix
Yearly Departed, Amazon Prime Video
Babble Bop!, Peacock
Dead Man’s Switch, Discovery+
Christmas for Sale, BET+ [movie]
Rebuilding a Dream Christmas, 8 p.m., Lifetime [movie]
TMZ’S Merry Elfin’ Christmas: Bye, Bye 2021!, 9 p.m., Fox

Friday, Dec. 24






Daughter From Another Mother, Netflix [movie]
The Silent Sea, Netflix
Slugfest, The Roku Channel
Hot Chocolate Holiday, 8 p.m., Lifetime [movie]
Small Town Christmas: Summerville, S.C.: Season 1, 9 p.m., UPtv

Saturday, Dec. 25
Jimmy Carr: His Dark Material, Netflix
Stories of a Generation – with Pope Francis, Netflix
Writing Around the Christmas Tree, 8 p.m., Lifetime [movie]
Call the Midwife Holiday Special, 9 p.m., PBS

Sunday, Dec. 26




Holiday Wars: Champion Cake Off, 9 p.m., Food Network
Home Town: Season 6, 9 p.m., Food Network

Monday, Dec. 27
Death to 2021, Netflix
Insecure: The End, 10 p.m., HBO
Kids Baking Championship: Season 10, 8 p.m., Food Network
The Year: 2021, 9 p.m., ABC
Crimes Gone Viral: Season 2, 10 p.m., ID

Tuesday, Dec. 28
Hillside Strangler: Mind of a Monster, Discovery+
Word Party Presents: Math!, Netflix
Popstar’s Best of 2021, 8 p.m., The CW
Murder in the Heartland: Season 4, 9 p.m., ID
Raid the Fridge: Season 1, 10 p.m., Food Network

Wednesday, Dec. 29


Anxious People, Netflix
Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer, Netflix
Calls From the Inside: Season 1, 9 p.m., ID

Thursday, Dec. 30


Kitz, Netflix

Friday, Dec. 31





Stay Close: Season 1, Netflix
Seal Team, Netflix [movie]
The Established Home, Discovery+
Restoration Road With Clint Harp, Discovery+
Dishmantled: Season 2, The Roku Channel
Disney’s Holiday Magic Quest, 7 p.m., Disney Channel / Disney+
New Year’s Eve Toast & Roast 2022, 8 p.m., Fox
Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2022, 8 p.m., ABC
New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash, 8 p.m., CBS
United in Song: Celebrating the American Dream, 9 p.m., PBS
Gary Owens: Black Famous, 9 p.m., Showtime

December TBD
The Creator Games 3 Presented By MrBeast, YouTube Originals


Fall and Winter TBD


Chloe, Amazon Prime Video


December | TBD 2022 | TBD 2022 or Later

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If this heat wave has you sitting in front of your A/C window unit with the television on, now’s the perfect time to bask in some Fresh summer TV. From a long-awaited sequels (Masters of the Universe: RevelationGossip Girl) to the final outing of a Netflix favorite (Atypical), we’ve got plenty to dive into with 11 returning series you should binge-watch this July.


What it is: Saturday Night Live vet Tim Robinson co-created, writes, and produces on this sketch comedy series that became an instant cult favorite with its first season. Through ever-heightening means, the character drives someone into wanting to leave his company.

Why you should watch it: Time to spend a Sunday Funday with these idiots! Robinson is joined by a slew of guests each episode, from Vanessa Bayer to Steven Yeun to Andy Samberg — all of whom are more than game to play in Robinson’s bizarre world. Season 2 premieres July 6 on Netflix.

Where to watch: Netflix

Commitment: Approx. 1.5 hours (for the first season)


What it is: The dishy primetime drama that made stars out of Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Penn Badgley, and others is slated to do it all over again with a new group of heartthrobs playing Manhattan-dwelling teen elite in a sequel story from showrunner Joshua Safran. The best news: Kristen Bell returns as the titular voiceover. Xoxo, Gossip Girl.

Why you should watch it: A sexy, soapy teen drama isn’t doing its job unless it’s attacked by one side of the political spectrum for being too sexy, too soapy, and too corrupting of young minds — and Gossip Girl 2021 got that job without even premiering yet. Catch up on the original that started it all before its July 8 debut on HBO Max.

Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOWGoogle Play, HBO MaxMicrosoftVudu

Commitment: Approx. 85 hours (for all six seasons of the original Gossip Girl)


What it is: We all already know and love the Johnson clan from ABC’s long-running Black-ish, and daughter Zoey (played by a standout Yara Shahidi) gets the spinoff treatment in this Freeform hit when she goes off to college — only to learn that not everything is fun and games when mom and dad aren’t around.

Why you should watch it: With beauty, brains, and charisma in spades, Shahadi has the kind of screen presence that actors simply can’t fake. And she’s joined by an ensemble of similarly stellar teens and twentysomethings tackling socially conscious (but still entertaining) material for three seasons strong. Catch up before season 4 premieres July 8 on Freeform.

Where to watch: AmazonFandangoNOWGoogle Play, HuluMicrosoftVudu

Commitment: Approx. 7 hours (for the first three seasons)


What it is: Led by Keir Gilchrist and Jennifer Jason Leigh and from creator Robia Rashid, Atypical follows the coming of age of Sam, an 18-year-old high schooler on the autism spectrum whose search for independence leads to growth and lessons learned for everyone around him.

Why you should watch it: While the last few years have shelled out more offerings than ever before of authentic onscreen representations of the autism spectrum, Atypical remains a standout thanks to heartfelt storylines, precise performances, and lovable characters out the gate. Season 4, its last, premieres July 9 on Netflix.

Where to watch it: Netflix

Commitment: Approx. 14 hours (for the first three seasons)


What it is: Based on the 2010 Australian feature film of the same name from writer-director David Michôd, Animal Kingdom reconfigures itself in Southern California and showcases the city’s grittier side through a crime family led by iron-fisted matriarch Janine “Smurf” Cody (Ellen Barkin). Our point of entry is Joshua “J” Cody (Finn Cole), a 17-year-old who’s swept up into the family business after his mother dies of a heroin overdose.

Why you should watch it: Ellen Barkin, Ellen Barkin, Ellen Barkin. The series’ thrilling writing and direction, led by creator Jonathan Lisco, is well worth the binge, but Tony- and Emmy-winner Barkin’s Machiavellian Smurf must be seen to be believed. Season 5 premieres July 11 on TNT.

Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft, Vudu

Commitment: Approx. 40 hours (for the first four seasons)


What it is: Two lowly angels, Craig and Eliza, must convince God to save humanity in this off-kilter divine comedy.

Why you should watch it: Starring in season 1 as Craig and God, respectively, Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi make an unlikely comedy dream team alongside creator Simon Rich and costar Geraldine Viswanathan. As an anthological series, season 2 is set in the Dark Ages. We recommend you watch both installments before the third season’s Oregon Trail–set adventure begins July 13 on TBS.

Where to watch: AmazonGoogle PlayMicrosoft, Vudu

Commitment: Approx. 6 hours (for the first two seasons)


What it is: Inspired in part by co-creator Mindy Kaling’s own childhood, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan stars in this contemporary comedy about the life of a first-generation Indian American teenage girl.

Why you should watch it: Teen comedies don’t get much better than this. An oft-untold high school perspective paired with a star-making performance from a plucked-from-obscurity newcomer — plus a love triangle? Sign us up for more! Season 2 premieres July 15 on Netflix.

Where to watch: Netflix

Commitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)


What it is: The highly anticipated Power Book III: Raising Kanan spinoff from creator Sascha Penn hits Starz this month, so we think an original Power binge is in order. Omari Hardwick stars in the hit series as New York City nightclub owner James “Ghost” St. Patrick, who doubles as a drug kingpin to an elite clientele. Executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson also stars as competing drug dealer Kanan Stark, whom prequel series, Power Book III, follows through his rise in the 1990s.

Why you should watch it: We’ve written before of Power’s addictive brand of soapy melodrama, and it’s kept us coming back for more with six seasons of the original and a one-season installment of Power Book II: Ghost. Power Book III: Raising Kanan premieres July 18 on Starz.

Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, StarzVudu

Commitment: Approx. 52.5 hours (for all six seasons of Power)


What it is: A tale as old as time covering the fight between good and evil, the 1983–’85 television installment of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe from Filmation follows the universe-protecting adventures of He-Man, Orko, Cringer, and Man-At-Arms as they battle one of the biggest baddies of all time, Skeletor.

Why you should watch it: We’ve long known that Kevin Smith is one of the biggest fanboys around, so as the creator of this new sequel series, there’s little doubt he’ll do right by viewers new and old of the classic He-Man from nearly 30 years ago. Considering his Masters of the Universe: Revelation picks up from the 1985 conclusion of the original, we recommend you watch He-Man and the Masters of the Universe before jumping into this long-in-the-making follow-up. Masters of the Universe: Revelation premieres July 23 on Netflix.

Where to watch: Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, Vudu

Commitment: Approx. 65 hours (for both seasons of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)


What it is: Created by Bill Lawrence and Golden Globe–winner Jason Sudeikis, Ted Lasso follows a fish-out-of-water American football coach who’s hired to head a floundering soccer team on the other side of the pond.

Why you should watch it: Along with Sudeikis, this series has taken home about every gold accolade its first season has been eligible for, most recently including the coveted Peabody Award. Coming at a time when the world, shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, needed it most, Ted Lasso’s whip-smart, big-hearted humor served as an antidote to the darkest of times for many. Find out what all the fuss is about before season 2 premieres July 23 on Apple TV+.

Where to watch: Apple TV+

Commitment: Approx. 5 hours (for the first season)


What it is: Set in the titular vacation town of North Carolina, Outer Banks follows a group of teens (donned “the Pogues”) who are swept up in a treasure hunt, missing-persons case, and more after a hurricane wipes out their power for the summer.

Why you should watch it: From creators Jonas Pate, Josh Pate, and Shannon Burke, Outer Banks has teen melodrama and adventure to spare for those looking to soak it all in like a day at the beach. Season 2 premieres July 20 on Netflix.

Where to watch: Netflix

Commitment: Approx. 8 hours (for the first season)


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Want to know if your favorite television series is among the latest cancelled TV shows? Bookmark this page to learn about Netflix cancelled shows, when network series get the axe, and which cable TV limited series are being reworked as anthologies to squeeze every single drop of fan love out of them.

How it works: Renewals are obvious: new season = yay! When a network or streaming service announces that they’re not making another season of a show, however, we count that as cancelled (or “canceled” if you spell it without SEO considerations). Sure, some shows “come to a natural end,” but someone somewhere said “enough,” and to avoid endless discussions about whether a title was “cancelled” or “retired” — “Daredevil and Empire were cancelled, but Game of Thrones died peacefully of old age!” — we’re going with the one designation. Feel free to debate specific titles in the comments if you wish. But first, learn which series will live on, which have been resurrected — which is happening more and more frequently — and which have reached their expiration date.


HBO has announced a third season of its trippy fantasy series, His Dark Materials. However, fans of this adaptation of author Phillip Pullman’s work should note that this will be the last chapter in the series. The story focuses on Dafne Keen’s Lyra, an extremely brave young woman who happens to be from another world. Other cast members for the second season include Ruth Wilson, Amir Wilson, Ariyon Bakare, Andrew Scott, Will Keen, Ruta Gedmintas and Lin-Manuel Miranda. The show has a cumulative 80% Tomatometer for its first two seasons.


Buckle up, folks. Because HBO Max has cleared a second season of The Flight Attendant for takeoff. The psychological thriller stars Kaley Cuoco as Cassie Bowden, a globe-trotting flight attendant and party girl who gets an unwelcome surprise when she wakes up after a black-out night in a foreign country: The man she’d flirted with on the flight over (Michiel Huisman) is lying dead next to her. Now Cassie must solve the case before the feds — or the killer — find her. The first season is Certified Fresh with a 98% Tomatometer.


Brush off those lab coats. Peacock has renewed comedy A.P. Bio for a fourth season. The comedy, which aired on NBC for its first two seasons, stars Glenn Howerton as a former Harvard professor now relegated to teach high school biology (and make his students do his bidding). Other faculty members include Patton Oswalt as Principal Ralph Durbin and Paula Pell as his secretary, Helen Henry Demarcus. The first three seasons have a cumulative 88% Tomatometer.


Hulu has canceled the gritty horror/superhero series Marvel’s Helstrom after one season. The show, which has a 27% Tomatometer score, starred Tom Austen and Sydney Lemmon as Daimon and Ana Helstrom — the children of a serial killer who are also on the hunt for horrible people.


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12 Dates of Christmas: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
60 Minutes: season 53 (CBS) – Renewed
68 Whiskey: season 1 (Paramount Network) – Cancelled
9-1-1: season 4 (Fox) – Renewed
9-1-1: Lone Star: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed 
The $100,000 Pyramid: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed 
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A Discovery of Witches: seasons 2 and 3 (Sundance Now) – Renewed 
Absentia
: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
After Life: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Alex Rider: season 2 (IMDb TV) – Renewed
The Alienist: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
All American: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
All Rise: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Altered Carbon: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Amazing Race: season 33 (CBS) – Renewed
America’s Got Talent: season 15 (NBC) – Renewed
America’s Got Talent: The Champions: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
American Crime Story: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
American Gods: season 3 (Starz) – Renewed
American Horror Story: seasons 10, 11, 12 and 13 (FX) – Renewed
American Housewife: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
American Idol: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed 
American Ninja Warrior: season 12 (NBC) – Renewed
American Soul: season 2 (BET) – Renewed
Amphibia: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Amy Schumer Learns To Cook: season 2 (Food Network) – Renewed
Animal Kingdom: season 5 (TNT) – Renewed
Another Life: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
A.P. Bio: season 4 (Peacock) – Renewed
Archer: season 12 (FX) – Renewed
At Home With Amy Sedaris: season 3 (truTV) – Renewed 
Atlanta: seasons 3 & 4 (FX)  – Renewed 
Atypical: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after fourth, and final, season)
Avenue 5: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Away: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Awkwafina is Nora from Queens: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
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B

The Bachelor: season 25 (ABC)
The Bachelorette: season 16 (ABC) – Renewed
Bachelor in Paradise: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Back to Life: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Bargain Mansions: season 3 (HGTV) – Renewed
Bar Rescue: season 7 (Paramount Network) – Renewed
Baroness Von Sketch Show
: season 5 (IFC) – Renewed
Barry: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Beat Shazam: season 4 (Fox) – Renewed
Better Things: season 5 (FX) – Renewed
Better Call Saul: season 6 (HBO) – Cancelled (after sixth, and final, season)
Betty: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Big Brother: season 23 (CBS) – Renewed
Big Mouth: seasons 3-6 (Netflix) – Renewed
Billions: season 6 (Showtime) – Renewed
#blackAF: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Black-ish: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
A Black Lady Sketch Show: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Black Lightning: season 4 (The CW) –  Cancelled (after fourth, and final, season)
Black Monday: season 3 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Blacklist
: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Black Mirror: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Bless the Harts: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Blood & Treasure: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Blue Bloods: season 11 (CBS) – Renewed
Bob (Hearts) Abishola: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Bob’s Burgers: seasons 12 and 13 (Fox) – Renewed
The Bold and the Beautiful: seasons 34 and 35 (CBS) – Renewed
The Bold Type: season 4 (Freeform) – Renewed
Boomerang: season 2 (BET) – Renewed
Botched: season 7 (E!)- Renewed
The Boys: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Bradshaw Bunch: season 2 (E!)- Renewed
Brave New World: season 1 (Peacock) – Cancelled 
Breeders: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Britannia: season 3 (moves to Epix) – Renewed
Brockmire: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Buddy vs. Duff: season 2 (Food Network)  – Renewed
Bull: season 5 (CBS) – Renewed
Bunk’d: season 5 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Burden of Truth: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
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C

Cake: season 3 (FXX) – Renewed
Card Sharks: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Carmen Sandiego: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Carnival Row: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Carter: season 2 (WGN) – Renewed
Castle Rock: season 2 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Castlevania: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Celebrity Family Feud: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Charmed: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Chef’s Table: seasons 7 and 8 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Chi: season 4 (Showtime) – Renewed
Chicago Fire: season 11 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago Med
: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago P.D.
: season 10 (NBC) – Renewed
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: part 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after fourth, and final, season)
Christina on the Coast: season 2 (HGTV) – Renewed
The Circle: seasons 2 and 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
City on a Hill: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Claws: season 4 (TNT) – Cancelled (after fourth, and final, season)
Cobra Kai: seasons 3 and 4 (moves to Netflix) – Renewed
Conan: season 10 (TBS)-  Cancelled (moving to new show on HBO Max)
Condor: season 2 (Audience) – Renewed
The Conners: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Cops: season 32 (Paramount Network) – Cancelled
Craftopia: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Craig of the Creek: season 3 (Cartoon Network) – Renewed
Crank Yankers: season 6 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Creepshow: season 2 (Shudder) – Renewed
Crossing Swords: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Crown: seasons 4, 5 and 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after sixth, and final, season)
Curb Your Enthusiasm: season 11 (HBO) – Renewed
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Dancing With the Stars: season 29 (ABC) – Renewed
Dark
: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third, and final, season)
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Dave: season 2 (FXX) – Renewed
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: season 6 (The CW) – Renewed
Dead to Me
: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third, and final, season)
Dear White People: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Desus & Mero: season 3 (Showtime) – Renewed
Diary of a Future President: season 2 (Disney+) – Renewed
Dickinson: season 3 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Disenchantment: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Doctor Who: season 13 (BBC America) – Renewed 
Documentary Now: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Dogs: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Doom Patrol: season 2 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Drunk History: season 6 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
Duncanville: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Dynasty: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed
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E! True Hollywood Story: season 2 (E!)- Renewed
Eli Roth’s History of Horror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Elite: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed (through season 5)
Ellen’s Game of Games: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Emily In Paris: season 2 (Netflix)
The End of The F***ing World: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Euphoria: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Evil: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Everything’s Gonna Be Okay: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
The Expanse: season 6 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled (after a sixth, and final, season)

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F is for Family: season 5 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after fifth, and final, season)
Family Guy: seasons 19 and 20 (Fox) – Renewed
Family Reunion
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Fargo
: season 4 (FX) – Renewed
FBI: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
FBI: Most Wanted: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Fear the Walking Dead: season 6 (AMC) – Renewed
Feel Good: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after a second, and final, season)
Filthy Rich: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled
Five Points: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
Flack: season 2 (moves to Amazon) – Renewed
The Flash: season 7 (The CW) – Renewed
The Flight Attendant: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed,
For All Mankind: season 3 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
For Life: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
F*ck That’s Delicious: season 4 (Viceland) – Renewed
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee: season 6 (TBS) – Renewed

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Gangs of London: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Genius: season 4 (moves to Disney+ for season 4 after previously airing on Nat Geo) – Renewed
Gentleman Jack: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Gentefied: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Get Shorty: season 3 (Epix) – Renewed
Ghost Nation: season 2 (Travel Channel) – Renewed
GLOW: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Godfather of Harlem: season 2 (Epix) – Renewed
The Goldbergs: season 8 (ABC) – Renewed
The Good Doctor: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed
The Good Fight: season 5 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Good Girls: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Good Talk with Anthony Jeselnik: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Good Trouble: season 3 (Freefrom) – Renewed
Good Witch: season 6 (Hallmark) – Renewed
The Goop Lab with Gwyneth Paltrow: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Grace and Frankie: season 7 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after seventh and final season)
Grantchester: season 6 (PBS) – Renewed
The Great: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Great North: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Greenleaf: season 5 (OWN) – Renewed
Grey’s Anatomy: seasons 16 and 17 (ABC) – Renewed
Grown-ish: season 4 (Freeform) – Renewed
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The Handmaid’s Tale: season 5 (Hulu) – Renewed
Hanna
: season 3 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Harley Quinn: season 3 (moves to HBO Max) – Renewed
The Haunting of Hill House: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Hell’s Kitchen: seasons 19 and 20 (FOX) – Renewed
High Fidelity: season 1 (Hulu) – Cancelled
High Maintenance: season 4 (HBO) – Renewed
Hightown: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
The Hills: New Beginnings: season 2 (MTV) – Renewed
His Dark Materials: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled (after a third, and final, season)
Hitmen: season 2 (Peacock) – Renewed
Home Before Dark: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Hoops: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Hot Zone: season 2 (Nat Geo) – Renewed
How To with John Wilson: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Hunters: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
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I

I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
If Loving You Is Wrong: season 5 (OWN) – Cancelled (after fifth, and final, season)
I’m Sorry: season 2 (truTV) – Cancelled
Impractical Jokers: season 9 (truTV) – Renewed
Impulse: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
In the Dark: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Industry: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Insecure: season 5 (HBO) – Renewed
Into the Dark: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: season 15, 16, 17 and 18 (FXX) – Renewed
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Jimmy Kimmel Live: Seasons 18, 19, and 20 (ABC) – Renewed
Judge Judy: season 25 (syndicated) – Cancelled (after 25th, and final, season)
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed

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Keeping Up With the Kardashians: season 20 (E!) – Cancelled (after 20th, and final, season)
Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole: season 2 (A&E) – Renewed
Killing Eve: season 4 (AMC and BBC America) – Renewed
The Kominsky Method: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third, and final, season)
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L.A.’s Finest: season 2 (Spectrum Originals) – Cancelled
Last Chance U: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs: season 2 (Shudder) – Renewed
Last Man Standing: season 9 (Fox) – Cancelled
The Last O.G.: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: seasons 8, 9 and 10 (HBO) – Renewed
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: season 24 (NBC) – Renewed
Legacies: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Legendary: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Lego Masters: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Letterkenny: season 7 (Hulu) – Renewed
Liar: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
Little America: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Little Big Shots: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
A Little Late with Lilly Singh: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Live PD: season 4 (A&E) – Cancelled
Liza On Demand: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
Locke & Key: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Lord of the Rings: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Los Espookys: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Lost in Space: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after a third, and final, season)
Loudermilk: season 3 (Audience) Renewed
Love, Death & Robots: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Love is Blind: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Love Island: seasons 2 and 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Love Life: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Love, Victor: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
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MacGyver: season 5 (CBS) – Renewed
Magic for Humans: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Magnum P.I.: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Making It: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
The Mandalorian: season 3 (Disney+) – Renewed
Manifest: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Marcella: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Marvel’s Spider-Man: season 3 (Disney XD) – Renewed (retitled Spider-Man: Maximum Venom)
Marvel’s Helstrom: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: season 4 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Masked Singer: season 5 (Fox) – Renewed
MasterChef
: season 10 (Fox) – Renewed
MasterChef Junior: season 8 (Fox) – Renewed
Masters of Illusion
: season 9 (The CW) – Renewed
Match Game: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Mayans M.C.: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
Mental Samurai: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
A Million Little Things: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Mindhunter: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Miracle Workers: season 3 (TNT) – Renewed
The Misery Index: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
Mixed-ish: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Modern Love: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
The Moodys: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Motherland: Fort Salem: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
Mom: seasons 7 and 8 (CBS) – Renewed
The Morning Show: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Mr. Iglesias: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Mr. Inbetween: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
Mr. Mercedes: season 3 (Audience) – Renewed
Murder House Flip: season 2 (Quibi) – Renewed
My Brilliant Friend: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed

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NARCOS: MEXICO Photo Credit: Carlos Somonte/Netflix

(Photo by Carlos Somonte/Netflix)

Narcos: Mexico: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
NCIS: season 18 (CBS) – Renewed
NCIS: Los Angeles: season 12 (CBS) – Renewed
NCIS: New Orleans: season 7 (CBS) – Renewed
The Neighborhood: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Never Have I Ever: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
New Amsterdam: seasons 3, 4 and 5 (NBC) – Renewed
Next: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled
No Activity: season 4 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
NOS4A2: season 2 (AMC) – Cancelled
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O

October Faction: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
On Becoming a God in Central Florida: season 1 (Showtime) – Cancelled
On My Block: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
One Day at a Time
: season 4 (Pop) –  Cancelled
The Order: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Orville: season 3 (Fox/Hulu) – Renewed 
The Other Two: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Outer Banks: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Outlander: season 5 and 6 (Starz) – Renewed
The Outpost: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
The Outsider: season 1 (HBO) – Cancelled
The Owl House: season 2 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Ozark: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after a fourth, and final, season)
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P-Valley: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
Paradise PD: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Party of Five: season 1 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: season 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled
PEN15: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels: season 1 (Showtime) – Cancelled
Pennyworth: season 2 (Epix) – Renewed
Perry Mason: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Peyton’s Places: season 3 (ESPN+) – Renewed
Pose: season 3 (FX) – Renewed

Power Book II: Ghost
: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
Press Your Luck: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Prodigal Son: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Project Blue Book: season 2 (History) – Renewed
Project Runway: season 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Punk’d: season 2 (Quibi) – Renewed
The Purge: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
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Q

Queer Eye: season 6 (Netflix) – Renewed
Queen of the South: season 5 (USA) – Renewed
Queen Sugar: season 5 (OWN) – Renewed
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R

Raised by Wolves: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Ramy: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
Random Acts of Flyness: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Raven’s Home: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Real Time with Bill Maher: season 19 and 20 (HBO) – Renewed
The Resident: season 4 (Fox) – Renewed
Rhythm+ Flow: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Rick and Morty: season 4 (Adult Swim) – Renewed 
Ride With Norman Reedus: season 5 (AMC) – Renewed
The Righteous Gemstones: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: season 2 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Riverdale: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed
Riviera: season 3 (Sundance Now) – Renewed
The Rookie: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Room 104: season 4 (HBO) – Cancelled (after the fourth, and final, season)
Roswell, New Mexico: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
RuPaul’s Drag Race: season 13 (VH1) – Renewed
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: season 6 (VH1) – Renewed
Russian Doll: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
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S

Sacred Lies: season 3 (Facebook) – Renewed
Scream: season 3 (MTV) – Renewed
SEAL Team: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Search Party: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
See: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Selena + Chef: season 2 (HBO Max) – Renewed
Servant: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Sex Education: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Shameless: season 11 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after 11th, and final, season)
Shark Tank: season 11 (ABC) – Renewed
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Sherman’s Showcase: season 2 (AMC and IFC) – Renewed
Shrill: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Simpsons: seasons 31 and 32 (Fox) – Renewed
Singled Out: season 2 (Quibi) – Renewed
The Sinner: season 4 (USA) – Renewed
Siren: season 3 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Snowfall: season 4 (FX) – Renewed


Snowpiercer: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
So You Think You Can Dance: season 17 (Fox) – Renewed
The Society: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Solar Opposites: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
Somebody Feed Phil: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Songland: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Soulmates: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
South Park: season 26 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
South Side: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Space Force: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Star Trek: Discovery: season 4 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Star Trek: Picard: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: season 7 (Disney+) – Cancelled (after seventh, and final, season)
Stargirl: season 2 (moves to The CW from DC Universe) – Renewed
Station 19: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed
Stranger Things: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Strike Back: season 7 (Cinemax) – Cancelled (after seventh, and final, season)
Stumptown: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled 
Succession: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Supergirl: season 6 (The CW) – Cancelled  (after sixth, and final, season)
Supernatural: season 15 (The CW) – Cancelled (after fifteenth, and final, season)
Supertore: season 6 (NBC) – Cancelled (after a sixth, and final, season)
Survivor: season 41 (CBS) – Renewed
S.W.A.T.: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Sweet Magnolias: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Sydney to the Max: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
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Taboo: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Tacoma FD: season 3 (TruTV) – Renewed
Tamron Hall: season 3 (syndicated) – Renewed
Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Ted Lasso: season 3 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Teenage Bounty Hunters: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Tell Me a Story: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Cancelled
Temptation Island: season 5 (USA) – Renewed
Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-2020: Part 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (cancelled for this season)
The Terror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Texas 6: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
The Titan Games: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
This Close: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
This Is Us: seasons 5 and 6 (NBC) – Renewed
Titans: season 3 (DC Universe) – Renewed
To Tell the Truth: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
Tosh.0: season 12 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled (after 12th, and final, season)
Tough as Nails: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Transplant: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Truth Be Told: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Tuca & Bertie: season 2 (moves to Adult Swim from Netflix) – Renewed
Twenties: season 2 (BET) – Renewed
The Twilight Zone: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
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Ultraman: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Umbrella Academy
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Undone: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
The Unicorn: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Upload: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Utopia: season 1 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled
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Van Helsing: season 5 (Syfy) – Cancelled (after a fifth, and final, season)
The Venture Bros.: season 7 (Adult Swim) – Cancelled
Veronica Mars: season 4 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Very Scary People: season 2 (HLN) – Renewed
Vida: season 3 (Starz) – Cancelled (after third, and final, season)
Virgin River: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Voice: season 18 (NBC) – Renewed
The Vow: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
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The Walking Dead
: season 11 (AMC) – Cancelled (after 11th, and final, season)
Watch What Happens Liveseason 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Warrior: season 2 (Cinemax) – Renewed
The Weekly: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
We’re Here: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Westworld: season 4 (HBO) – Renewed
What We Do in the Shadows: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
When Calls the Heart: season 7 (Hallmark) – Renewed
The Witcher: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Whose Line Is It Anyway?: season 15 (The CW) – Renewed
The Wilds: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Woke: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
World of Dance: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Wrong Man: season 2 (STARZ) – Renewed
Wynonna Earp: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
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Penn Badgley stars in YOU

(Photo by Lifetime)

Year of the Rabbit: season 2 (IFC) – Renewed
Yellowstone: season 4 (Paramount Network) – Renewed
You: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
You Me Her: season 5 (Audience) – Cancelled (after fifth, and final, season)
The Young and the Restless: seasons 48, 49, 50 and 51 (CBS) – Renewed
Young Justice: seasons 4 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Young Sheldon: seasons 3 and 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Younger: season 7 (TV Land) – Renewed

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Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
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Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite won Best Original screenplay and Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit won Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2020 Writers Guild Awards on Saturday. On a ballot almost identical to the Oscars next week, both Parasite and Jojo Rabbit beat out strong fields that included The Irishman, Joker, 1917, and Rian Johnson’s Knives Out.

By beating out the odds-makers frontrunner, Little Women, the Nazi satire Jojo Rabbit now looks favored for the Adapted Screenplay Oscar, as six of the last nine winners in the category at the WGAs went on to win the Academy Award. On the Best Original screenplay side, Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin-won’s comedy-thriller, however, may have a harder time of it next week, as their prime competition Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was deemed ineligible by the WGA.

On the TV front, Chernobyl continued its awards streak, taking home the big prize for Long Form series, while Barry took Best Comedy Series, and Succession won in the drama category.

Read below for the full list of winners of the 2020 Writers Guild Awards.

Don’t agree with the WGA’s picks? Let us know what films and TV shows you think should have won in the comments. 


SCREENPLAY WINNERS

Original Screenplay — Parasite (2019) 98%

Adapted Screenplay — Jojo Rabbit (2019) 80%

Documentary Screenplay — The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley (2019) 79%


TELEVISION, NEW MEDIA, AND NEWS WINNERS

Drama Series — Succession 94%

Comedy Series — Barry 99%

New Series — Watchmen 96%

Original Long Form — Chernobyl 96%

Adapted Long Form — Fosse/Verdon 81%

Original Short Form New Media — “Special” – written by Ryan O’Connell

Animation — The Simpsons 85% – “Thanksgiving of Horror” – written by Dan Vebber

Episodic Drama — Succession 94% – “Tern Haven” – written by Will Tracy

Episodic Comedy — Dead to Me 89% – “Pilot” – written by Liz Feldman

Comedy/Variety Talk Series — Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

Comedy/Variety Specials — Full Frontal With Samantha Bee

Comedy/Variety Sketch Series — I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson 98%

Quiz and Audience Participation — Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

Daytime Drama — The Young and the Restless

Children’s Episodic, Long Form and Specials — Family Reunion

Documentary Script — Current Events — Frontline – “Trump’s Trade War” – written by Rick Young

Documentary Script — Other Than Current Events — Frontline – “Right To Fail “- written by Tom Jennings

News Script — Regularly Scheduled, Bulletin, or Breaking Report — Special Edition of the CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell  – “Terror in America: The Massacres in El Paso and Dayton”

News Script — Analysis, Feature, or Commentary — 60 Minutes

Digital News Series – “Stories About My Brother” –  written by Prachi Gupta, Jezebel.com


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How it works: Renewals are obvious: new season = yay! When a network or streaming service announces that they’re not making another season of a show, however, we count that as cancelled (or “canceled” if you spell it without SEO considerations). Sure, some shows “come to a natural end,” but someone somewhere said “enough,” and to avoid endless discussions about whether a title was “cancelled” or “retired” — “Daredevil was cancelled and Empire is cancelled, but Game of Thrones died peacefully of old age!” — we’re going with the one designation. Feel free to debate specific titles in the comments if you wish, but first, learn which series will live on, which have been resurrected — which is happening more and more frequently — and which have reached their expiration date.



Another renewal ahead of a debut: Apple TV+ has renewed M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant for a second season, Shyamalan revealed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Rupert Grint, and Nell Tiger Free star in the psychological thriller, which follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home. The series joins Apple Originals Dickinson, For All MankindSee, and The Morning Show, which received second-season orders.


THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING, Lawrence Makoare as Lurtz, 2001 (New Line Cinema)

(Photo by New Line Cinema)

Amazon has renewed The Lord of the Rings for season 2, while season 1 is still early in pre-production in New Zealand, Deadline reported. Season 1 will have a break in filming so that the writers room can reassemble to write season 2 scripts, which may allow simultaneous or back-to-back filming of seasons 1 and 2. The series is expected in 2021.


READ MORE: Upcoming TV Fantasy Series That Could Be the Next Game of Thrones


Marvel’s Runaways is the latest series developed under Marvel TV’s Jeph Loeb to get the axe. Loeb is expected to announce his exit before the Thanksgiving holiday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. All 1o episodes of the young superhero series’ third season will drop on Hulu on December 13.


It’s official: The Mandalorian season 2 is underway. Earlier this year, series creator Jon Favreau revealed that he was working on season 2 scripts, but, as any film or TV writer can tell you, a script does not equal a green light. In a post on Instagram, Favreau sent “Greetings from the set of #TheMandalorian season 2,” which is enough proof for us.



Leave it to magical monster hunter Geralt of Rivia to find a way to return before he’s even arrived. Netflix has renewed fantasy series The Witcher for season 2 ahead of its premiere. Henry Cavill stars as the titular adventurer in the series that launches on December 20. The series, based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s Witcher novels and short stories, also stars Freya Allan as Ciri and Anya Chalotra as Yennefer. Lauren Schmidt Hissrich (Daredevil) is showrunner on the title, which will likely find an audience with gamers thanks to CD Projekt Red’s enormously popular and critically-acclaimed video game series based on the character.

Latest update (12/13): Good Talk with Anthony Jeselnik: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed; Little America: season 2 (Apple TV+) – RenewedWatch What Happens Liveseasons 17 & 18 (Bravo) – RenewedBuddy vs. Duff: season 2 (Food Network)  – Renewed; Bargain Mansions: season 2 (HGTV) – RenewedGhost Nation: season 2 (Travel Channel) – Renewed


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13 Reasons Why: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
48 Hours: season 30 (CBS) – Renewed
60 Minutes: season 52 (CBS) – Renewed
9-1-1: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed
The 100: season 7 (The CW) – Renewed and Cancelled (after seventh and final season)
The $100,000 Pyramid: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
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A Discovery of Witches: seasons 2 and 3 (Sundance Now) – Renewed 
Abby’s
: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Absentia
: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
Action Watches Ancient Aliens
: season 2 (Viceland) – Renewed
The Affair: season 5 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after final season)
After Life: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Agatha Raisin: season 3 (Acorn TV) – Renewed
Aggretsuko: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Alexa & Katie: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Alienist: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
All American: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Alone Together: season 2 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Altered Carbon: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
America’s Got Talent: season 15 (NBC) – Renewed
America’s Got Talent: The Champions: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
American Crime Story: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
American Gods: season 3 (Starz) – Renewed
American Horror Story: seasons 9 and 10 (FX) – Renewed
American Housewife: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed
American Idol: season 18/season 8 (ABC) – Renewed (for third season on ABC, 18th overall)
American Ninja Warrior: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
American Soul: season 2 (BET) – Renewed
American Vandal: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
American Princess: season 1 (Lifetime) – Cancelled
Andi Mack: season 3 (Disney) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Angie Tribeca: season 4 (TBS) – Cancelled
Animal Kingdom
: season 5 (TNT) – Renewed
Animals
: season 3 (HBO)  – Cancelled
Anne With an E
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Another Life: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Another Period: season 3 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
Apocalypse Now: season 1 (Starz) – Cancelled
A.P. Bio: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed (on NBCUniversal’s upcoming streaming service Peacock, after being cancelled by NBC)
Archer: season 11 (FX) – Renewed
Arrow
: season 8 (The CW) – Cancelled (after eighth and final season)
At Home With Amy Sedaris: season 3 (truTV) – Renewed 
Atlanta: seasons 3 & 4 (FX)  – Renewed 
Atypical: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Axios: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
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The Bachelor: season 24 (ABC) – Renewed
The Bachelorette
: season 16 (ABC) – Renewed
Bachelor in Paradise
: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Back to Life: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Ballers: season 5 (HBO) – Cancelled
Bargain Mansions: season 2 (HGTV) – Renewed
Bar Rescue: season 7 (Paramount Network) – Renewed
The Baroness Von Sketch Show
: season 5 (IFC) – Renewed
Barry: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Baskets: season 4 (FX) – Cancelled
Better Things: season 4 (FX) – Renewed
The Big Bang Theory: season 12 (CBS) – Cancelled
Big Brother: season 22 (CBS) – Renewed
Big Mouth: seasons 3-6 (Netflix) – Renewed
Billions: season 5 (Showtime) – Renewed
Black-ish: season 6 (ABC) – Renewed
A Black Lady Sketch Show: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Black Lightning: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Black Monday
: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Blacklist
: season 7 (NBC) – Renewed
Black Mirror
: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
Bless the Harts: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Bless This Mess: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Blindspot: season 5 (NBC) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Blood & Treasure: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Blue Bloods: season 10 (CBS) – Renewed
Bob’s Burgers: season 10 (Fox) – Renewed
Bojack Horseman: season 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
The Bold Type: season 4 (Freeform) – Renewed
Boomerang: Season 2 (BET) – Renewed
Bosch: season 6 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Boys: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Broad City: season 5 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Brockmire: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Buddy vs. Duff: season 2 (Food Network)  – Renewed
Bull: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Burden of Truth: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
Busy Tonight: season 1 (E!) – Cancelled
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Card Sharks: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Carmen Sandiego: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Carnival Row: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Carter
: season 2 (WGN) – Renewed
Castle Rock: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Castlevania: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Catastrophe: season 3 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled
Celebrity Family Feud: season 6 (ABC) – Renewed
Chambers: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Champaign, ILL: season 1 (YouTube Premium) – Cancelled
Channel Zero: season 4 (Syfy) – Cancelled 
Charmed
: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Chef’s Table: seasons 7 and 8 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Chi: season 3 (Showtime) – Renewed
Chicago Fire: season 8 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago Med
: season 5 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago P.D.
: season 7 (NBC) – Renewed
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: parts 3 and 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Christina on the Coast: season 2 (HGTV) – Renewed
City on a Hill: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Claws: season 4 (TNT) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
The Code: season 1 (CBS) – Cancelled 
Cobra Kai: season 3 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed 
Condor: season 2 (Audience) – Renewed
The Conners: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
The Cool Kids: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled 
Corporate: season 3 (Comedy Central) – Renewed and Cancelled (after third and final season)
Counterpart
: season 2 (Starz) – Cancelled 
Craig of the Creek
: season 2 (Cartoon Network) – Renewed
Crashing: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: season 4 (The CW) – Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Creepshow: season 2 (Shudder) – Renewed
Criminal Minds: season 15 (CBS) – Cancelled (after 15th and final season)
The Crown: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Curb Your Enthusiasm: season 10 (HBO) – Renewed
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Jodie Whittaker in Doctor Who season 11 poster (BBC America)

(Photo by BBC America)

Dancing With the Stars: season 28 (ABC) – Renewed
Dark
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after third and final season)
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed
Dead to Me
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Deadly Class
: season 1 (Syfy) – Cancelled
Dear White People
: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Designated Survivor: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Desus & Mero: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Detour: season 4 (TBS) – Cancelled
Detroiters: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
The Deuce: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Dickinson: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Disenchantment: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Divorce: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Do You Want to See a Dead Body: season 1 (YouTube Premium) – Cancelled
Doctor Who: season 12 (BBC America) – Renewed (pictured)
Documentary Now: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Dogs: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Doom Patrol: season 2 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Drunk History: season 7 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Dynasty: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed
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Elementary: season 7 (CBS) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Eli Roth’s History of Horror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Elite
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Ellen’s Game of Games
: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Empireseason 6 (Fox) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
The End of The F***ing World
season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
The Enemy Within
: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Euphoria
: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Evil: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed;
The Expanse
: season 5 (Amazon) – Renewed (after being cancelled by Syfy)
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FARGO -- Year 3 -- Pictured (l-r): Michael Stuhlbarg as Sy Feltz, Ewan McGregor as Emmit Stussy. CR: Chris Large/FX

(Photo by Chris Large/FX)

F is for Family: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Fam
: season 1 (CBS) – Cancelled 
Family Guy
: season 18 (Fox) – Renewed
Family Reunion
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Fargo
: season 4 (FX) – Renewed (pictured)
FBI: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Fear the Walking Dead: season 6 (AMC) – Renewed
Feud: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
The First: season 1 (Hulu) – Cancelled 
Five Points
: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
The Fix
: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Flack
: season 2 (Pop) – Renewed
The Flash
: season 6 (The CW) – Renewed
Florida Girls
: season 2 (Pop TV) – Renewed
For All Mankind: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
For the People: season 2 (ABC) – Cancelled
Forever
: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Fresh Off the Boat
: season 6 (ABC) – Renewed
Friends from College
: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
F*ck That’s Delicious: season 4 (Viceland) – Renewed
Fuller House: season 5 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee: season 5 (TBS) – Renewed
Future Man: season 3 (Hulu) – Cancelled (after final third season)
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Game of Thrones: season 8 (HBO) – Cancelled 
Gentleman Jack: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Genius: season 3 (National Geographic) – Renewed
Get Shorty: season 3 (Epix) – Renewed
Ghost Nation: season 2 (Travel Channel) – Renewed
The Gifted: season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
GLOW: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
The Goldbergs: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Goliath: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
Good Behavior: season 2 (TNT) – Cancelled
The Good Cop: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Good Doctor: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
The Good Fight: season 4 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
The Good Witch
: season 6 (Hallmark) – Renewed
Good Girls
: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Good Talk with Anthony Jeselnik: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
The Good Place
: season 4 (NBC) – Cancelled
Good Trouble: season 2 (Freefrom) – Renewed
Grace and Frankie
: season 7 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after seventh and final season)
Grand Hotel
: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Grantchester
: season 4 (PBS) – Renewed
Greenleaf: season 4 (OWN) – Renewed
Grey’s Anatomy: seasons 16 and 17 (ABC) – Renewed
Grown-ish
: season 3 (Freeform) – Renewed
Gypsy
: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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The Handmaid’s Tale: season 4 (Hulu) – Renewed
Hanna
: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Happy Together: season 1 (CBS) – Cancelled
Happy: season 2 (Syfy) – Cancelled
Harlots: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Haunting of Hill House: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Hawaii Five-0: season 10 (CBS) – Renewed
Hell’s Kitchen: seasons 19 and 20 (FOX) – Renewed
High Maintenance: season 4 (HBO) – Renewed
The Hills: New Beginnings: season 2 (MTV) – Renewed
His Dark Materials: season 2 (BBC) – Renewed
Hit the Floor: season 4 (VH1) – Cancelled
Homeland: season 8 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after a final eighth season)
House of Cards: season 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
How to Get Away With Murder: season 6 (ABC) – Cancelled (after a final sixth season)
Humans: season 3 (AMC) – Cancelled 
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I Feel Bad: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled 
I Love You, America
: season 2 (Hulu) – Cancelled 
I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
I’m Dying Up Here:
season 2 (Showtime) – Cancelled
I’m Sorry: season 3 (TruTV) – Renewed
Impractical Jokers: season 9 (truTV) – Renewed
Impulse: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
In the Dark: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Into the Dark: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Insatiable: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Instinct: season 2 (CBS) – Cancelled
Into the Badlands: season 3 (AMC) – Cancelled
iZombie: season 5 (The CW) – Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
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J

Jane The Virgin: season 5 (The CW) – Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Seasons 18, 19, and 20 (ABC) – Renewed
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K

Kidding: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Kids Are Alright
: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled 
Killing Eve
: season 3 (BBC America) – Renewed (pictured)
Killjoys: season 5 (SyFy) – Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
The Kominsky Method: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Krypton: season 2 (Syfy) – Cancelled 
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L.A.’s Finest: season 2 (Spectrum Originals) – Renewed
Lady Dynamite
: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Last Call With Carson Daly
: season 17 (NBC) – Cancelled 
Last Chance U
: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs: season 2 (Shudder) – Renewed
Last Man Standing: season 8 (Fox) – Renewed
The Last O.G.: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
The Last Ship: season 5 (TNT) – Cancelled 
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: season 7 (HBO) – Renewed
Legacies: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Legion: season 3 (FX) – Cancelled
Lethal Weapon: season 3 (Fox) – Cancelled 
Letterkenny: season 7 (Hulu) – Renewed
Liar: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
Life in Pieces: season 4 (CBS) – Cancelled
Little America: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Little Big Shots: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Liza On Demand: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
Lodge 49: season 2 (AMC) – Cancelled
The Lord of the Rings: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Lore: season 2 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Los Espookys
: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed 
Lost in Space: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Loudermilk: season 3 (AT&T) – Renewed
Love Connection
: season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
Love, Death & Robots: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Love Island: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Lucifer: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
Luther: season 5 (BBC America) – Renewed
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MacGyver: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Madam Secretary
: season 6 (CBS) – Cancelled (after final season)
Magic for Humans
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Magicians: season 5 (Syfy) – Renewed
Magnum P.I.: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
The Mandalorian
: season 2 (Disney+) – Renewed
Man in the High Castle: season 4 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Man With a Plan: season 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Manifest
: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Marcella
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Marlon: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: season 7 (ABC) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Marvel’s Daredevil: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Iron Fist: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Jessica Jones
: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Luke Cage: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s The Punisher
: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Runaways: season 3 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Spider-Man: season 3 (Disney XD) – Renewed
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Masked Singer: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
MasterChef
: season 10 (Fox) – Renewed
MasterChef Junior
: season 8 (Fox) – Renewed
Masters of Illusion
: season 9 (The CW) – Renewed
Match Game: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Mayans M.C.: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Midnight, Texas
: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
A Million Little Things
: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Mindhunter
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Miracle Workers: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
The Misery Index: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed
Modern Family: season 11 (ABC) – Cancelled (after eleventh and final season)
Modern Love: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
Mom: seasons 7 and 8 (CBS) – Renewed
Mr. Iglesias: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Mr. Inbetween: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Mr. Mercedes: season 3 (Audience) – Renewed
Mr. Robot: season 4 (USA Network)  – Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Murphy Brown: season 11 (CBS)  – Cancelled
My Brilliant Friend: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Mystery Science Theater 3000:The Return: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled

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NARCOS: MEXICO Photo Credit: Carlos Somonte/Netflix

(Photo by Carlos Somonte/Netflix)

Narcos: Mexico: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Nathan for You: season 4 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
NCIS: season 17 (CBS) – Renewed
NCIS: Los Angeles
: season 11 (CBS) – Renewed
NCIS: New Orleans
: season 6 (CBS) – Renewed
The Neighborhood
: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
New Amsterdam: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Nightflyers: season 1 (Syfy) – Cancelled
No Activity: season 3 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
No Good Nick: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
NOS4A2: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
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The OA: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
On Becoming a God in Central Florida
: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
On My Block
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
One Day at a Time
: season 3 (Pop) – Renewed (by Pop) after being Cancelled (by Netflix)
One Dollar: season 1 (CBS All Access) – Cancelled
Orange Is the New Black: season 7 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final seventh season) (pictured)
The Orville: season 3 (Fox/Hulu) – Renewed 
The Other Two: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Outcast: season 2 (Cinemax) – Cancelled
Outlander: season 5 and 6 (Starz) – Renewed
The Outpost: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
The Owl House: season 2 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Ozark: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed

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Paradise PD: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Paradise Hotel: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled
The Passage: season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
Patriot: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
PEN15: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Pennyworth: season 2 (Epix) – Renewed
The Perfectionists: season 1 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Poldark: season 5 (BBC1) – Cancelled 
Pose: season 3 (FX) – Renewed (pictured)
Power: season 6 (Starz) – Cancelled (after sixth and final season)
Preacher: season 4 (AMC) – Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Press Your Luck: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Project Blue Book
: season 2 (History) – Renewed
Project Runway: season 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Proven Innocent: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled 
The Purge: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
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Q

Queer Eye: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Queen of the South
: season 5 (USA) – Renewed
Queen Sugar: season 5 (OWN) – Renewed
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R

The Rain: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Ramy
: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
The Ranch
: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after fourth and final season)
Random Acts of Flyness: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Ransom: season 3 (CBS) – Cancelled
Raven’s Home: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Ray Donovan: season 7 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Red Line: season 2 (CBS) – Cancelled
Rel
: season 1 (Fox) – Cancelled
The Resident: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed
Reverie: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Rick and Morty: 70 episodes (Adult Swim) – Renewed (pictured)
Ride With Norman Reedus: season 4 (AMC) – Renewed
The Righteous Gemstones: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: season 2 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Riverdale: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed
Rivieraseason 2 (Sundance Now) – Renewed
The Romanoffs: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
The Rookie: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Roswell, New Mexico: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Russian Doll: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Cancelled
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S

Sacred Lies: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
Salvation
: season 2 (CBS) – Cancelled
Santa Clarita Diet: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Schitt’s Creek: Season 6 (Pop) – Cancelled (after sixth and final season)
Schooled: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Scream: season 3 (MTV) – Renewed
SEAL Team: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Search Party: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
See: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
A Series of Unfortunate Events: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Servant: season 2 (Apple TV+) – Renewed
Sex Education: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Shades of Blue: season 3 (NBC) – Cancelled
Shadowhunters: season 3 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Shameless: season 10 (Showtime) – Renewed
Shark Tank: season 11 (ABC) – Renewed
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
She’s Gotta Have It
: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Shrill
: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Shooter
: season 3 (USA) – Cancelled
Sideswiped: season 1 (YouTube Premium) – Cancelled
Silicon Valley
: season 6 (HBO)  – Cancelled (after sixth and final season) (pictured)
The Simpsons: seasons 31 and 32 (Fox) – Renewed
Single Parents: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
The Sinner: season 3 (USA) – Renewed
Siren: season 3 (Freeform) – Renewed
SMILF: season 2 (Showtime) – Cancelled
Sneaky Pete: season 3 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled
Snowfall: season 4 (FX) – Renewed
Sydney to the Max: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed


Snowpiercer: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed (ahead of season 1’s 2020 premiere)
The Society: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Somebody Feed Phil: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Son
: season 2 (AMC) – Cancelled
Songland: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Sorry for Your Loss: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
South Park: season 26 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
South Side: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
The Spanish Princess: season 1 (Starz) – Renewed and Cancelled (the limited series has been extended for eight new episodes to conclude the story)
Speechless: season 3 (ABC) – Cancelled
Splitting Up Together: season 2 (ABC) – Cancelled
Stan Against Evil
: season 3 (IFC) – Cancelled
Star: season 3 (Fox) – Cancelled
Star Trek: Discovery: season 3 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: season 7 (Disney Streaming) – Renewed
Star Wars Resistance: season 2 (Disney) – Cancelled
Station 19
: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Stranger Things: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed

Strike Back: season 7 (Cinemax) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Succession: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Suits: season 9 (USA) – Cancelled (after final ninth season)
Supergirl: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed
Supernatural: season 15 (The CW) – Cancelled (after final 15th season)
Superstore: season 5 (NBC) – Renewed
Swamp Thing: Season 1 (DC Universe) – Cancelled 
SWAT: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Sweetbitter: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
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T

Taboo: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Tacoma FD: season 2 (TruTV) – Renewed
Take Two: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Tangled: season 3 (Disney) – Renewed
Teachers: season 3 (TV Land) – Cancelled
Tell Me a Story: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Temptation Island: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
The Terror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
The Tick: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Cancelled
The Titan Games: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
This Close: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
This Is Us: seasons 4, 5, and 6 (NBC) – Renewed
Tin Star: season 3 (Amazon) – Cancelled (after third and final season)
Titans: season 3 (DC Universe) – Renewed (pictured)
Timeless: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
To Tell the Truth: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
Too Old to Die Young: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Tosh.0: seasons 11 and 12 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Transparent
: season 4 (Amazon) – Cancelled (after wrap-up film)
Travelers: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Trial & Error: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
Trinkets: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed and Cancelled (after final second season)
Tuca & Bertie: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Twilight Zone: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
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U

The Umbrella Academy SEASON Season 1 EPISODE 10 PHOTO CREDIT Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix PICTURED Ellen Page

(Photo by Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix)

Ultraman: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Umbrella Academy
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Undone: season 2 (Amazon Prime Video) – Renewed
UnREAL: season 4 (Lifetime) – Cancelled

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V


Van Helsing: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
Veep: season 7 (HBO) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Veronica Mars: season 4 (Hulu) – Renewed
Versailles: season 3 (Ovation) – Cancelled
Very Scary People: season 2 (CNN) – Renewed
Vida: season 3 (Starz) – Renewed
Vice News Tonight: season 4 (HBO) – Cancelled
The Village: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Vikings: season 6 (History) – Cancelled (after final sixth season; pictured)
The Voice: season 17 (NBC) – Renewed
Voltron:Legendary Defender season 8 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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W

Wahlburgers: season 10 (A&E)  – Cancelled (after final tenth season)
The Walking Dead
: season 11 (AMC) – Renewed
Watch What Happens Liveseasons 17 & 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Warrior: season 2 (Cinemax) – Renewed
Westworld: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed (pictured)
What We Do in the Shadows: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
When Calls the Heart: season 7 (Hallmark) – Renewed
Whiskey Cavalier
: season 1 (ABC)  – Cancelled
The Witcher
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Whose Line Is It Anyway?: season 15 (The CW) – Renewed
Will & Grace: season 11 (NBC) – Cancelled (after final eleventh season)
World of Dance: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Wrecked: season 3 (TBS) – Cancelled
Wrong Man: season 2 (STARZ) – Renewed
Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas: season 2 (HBO) – Cancelled
Wynonna Earp: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
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X

X Company: season 3 (Ovation) – Cancelled
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Y

Penn Badgley stars in Lifetime’s new series YOU, premiering Sunday, September 9, 2018 at 10pm ET/PT. Photo Credit: Lifetime

Yellowstone: season 3 (Paramount Network) – Renewed
You: season 2 (Lifetime/Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
You Me Her: season 5 (Audience) – Renewed

Young & Hungry
: season 5 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Young Justice: seasons 4 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Young Sheldon: seasons 3 and 4 (CBS) – Renewed
Younger: season 7 (TV Land) – Renewed
You’re the Worst: season 5 (FXX) – Cancelled 

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Z Nation: season 5 (Syfy) – Cancelled
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The day after Game of Thrones aired one of its longest episodes ever — the super-sized, near-feature-length epic “The Last of the Starks” — SundanceTV premiered a series with episodes that clock in at a tidy 10 minutes each.

Ten-episode series State of the Union stars Rosamund Pike and Chris O’Dowd as a married couple going through a rough patch after a “spot of infidelity.” Each episode follows the pair in real-time as they meet in a pub before going across the street to marital counselling, discussing how they got to where they are and the events of the previous session every week. Director Stephen Frears captures these conversations, which go from heartfelt to hilarious at a moment’s notice.

State of the Union, which is currently 100% Fresh with 15 reviews, is just one example of a growing trend of high-quality short-form programming, a format that was once the realm of viral YouTube videos and is now getting attention from mainstream studios and well-funded startups.

Snapchat is making serious investments in original content, Netflix’s sketch comedy series I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson is being praised for its peppy 15-minute episodes, and former Disney and DreamWorks Animation bigwig Jeffrey Katzenberg is looking to jumpstart a whole new entertainment industry with short-form start-up, Quibi, led by CEO Meg Whitman.


Nick Hornby’s Comedy Experiment — in Brief

Rosamund Pike as Louise, Chris O’Dowd as Tom - State of the Union _ Season 1, Episode 4 - Photo Credit: Parisatag Hizadeh/Confession Films/SundanceTV

(Photo by Parisatag Hizadeh/Confession Films/SundanceTV)

But State of the Union’s writer, High Fidelity and About a Boy scribe Nick Hornby, wasn’t looking to disrupt anything when he came up with the idea.

“That was just something I wanted to try to see if I could have any fun with it or make it work,” Hornby told Rotten Tomatoes. “I had the idea of the setup, people talking immediately before therapy, sometime before.”

The constraints of the short-form format were an unexpected source of creative freedom, the author and screenwriter added.

“Even though I [only] had 10 pages, those 10 pages were actually very liberating,” he said. “Certainly with movies no one is going to let you write a scene with 10 minutes of dialogue in it.”

The dialogue is, essentially, the whole show, although both O’Dowd and especially Pike speak volumes with just their facial expressions as the two sit down across a pub table and attempt to determine what they feel for one another. Hornby stressed that the short length of the series didn’t necessarily make things easier for the actors, because actors “never get parts where they have literally 50 percent of the script,” as is the case in this series.

Even though State of the Union is primarily a comedy, the couple’s conversations have real emotional heft.

“I think that State of the Union, although it can be consumed in bite-size chunks, actually demands a lot of attention,” executive producer Jamie Laurenson said. “It’s very funny and entertaining, but you have to concentrate. It’s not lightweight because it’s small in size.”


Streamer Quibi Bets on Mobile

Although Katzenberg’s Quibi is yet to launch, the Hollywood veteran’s new venture is aiming to capture a similar sort of feeling — snackable, but filling. The name itself is short for “quick bites.”

Katzenberg and Whitman announced some details this weekend at the Produced By conference on Saturday in Los Angeles, and Katzenberg revealed more on Sunday at the Banff World Media Festival. Some of the details that emerged:

  • Quibi will launch in the U.S. on April 6, 2020
  • There will be two pricing tiers at launch: the first, for $4.99, with one pre-roll ad before each video segment, including a 10-second ad if the video is less than 5 minutes, and a 15-second ad for 5- to 10-minute videos. 2. an ad-free option at $7.99
  • Approximately 7,000 pieces of content will be available within the first year
  • The company will spend $1 billion on content
  • The service’s core-demo is aged 25-35
  • Videos to be 7-10 minutes

Some of the announced content includes:

  • An untitled horror series from Steven Spielberg, four episodes of which Spielberg will write himself.
  • #Freerayshawn starring Stephen James and Laurence Fishburne about Iraq War veteran Rayshawn (James), who is on the run after being set up by New Orleans police on a drug deal. The $15 million project is from Sony Pictures Television.
  • An untitled Steven Soderbergh project.
  • A non-scripted series from James Corden’s Fulwell 73 featuring Israeli mentalist Lior Suchard.
  • Punk’d and Singled Out reboots from MTV Studios.
  • Anna Kendrick comedy Dummy from Deadbeat co-creator Cody Heller and independent studio Wiip.

In a keynote presentation at South by Southwest this March, Katzenberg explained that Quibi, in addition to creating content that is specifically created for the time and technical demands of mobile viewing — the shows will be full screen in landscape and portrait mode, for example — will borrow from both film and TV. So they’ll be feature length, but broken up into episodes that are easy to squeeze in or to binge, whatever the viewer’s circumstances demand.

“We’re bringing those two creative, narrative forces together,” Katzenberg said at the time. “A series, for us, is a two- to two-and-a-half-hour story, told in act breaks that are eight to 10 minutes long.

Katzenberg’s vision has drawn top talent and top dollar, and he makes the case that the startup is an entertainment pioneer akin to HBO, which seemed like a risky venture when it first came on the scene. He and other players in the short-form game are trying to tap into an uncharted market: would-be viewers who want quality, narrative storytelling that’s broken into chunks that fit into their busy (and mobile) modern lives.


Snackable Storytelling Treats to Take on the Go

Rosamund Pike as Louise, Chris O’Dowd as Tom - State of the Union _ Season 1, Episode 3 - Photo Credit: Parisatag Hizadeh/Confession Films/SundanceTV

(Photo by Parisatag Hizadeh/Confession Films/SundanceTV)

“I know Quibi has very specific ambitions for their version of short-form content, and I think Jeffrey Katzenberg has publicly stated that he thinks it’s the answer to capturing younger audiences,” Hakan Kousetta, COO of Television for State of the Union producer See Saw Films, told Rotten Tomatoes. “I’m not sure I quite agree with that, but I do think that giving people as much opportunity to watch programs when they want in a way that’s convenient to them will always be the answer to increasing demand.”

If that’s a 10-minute episode on a bus ride while waiting for a dentist appointment, great. If it’s binging an entire series so that it essentially acts like a feature-length movie, also great. State of the Union, for instance, which premiered with all 10 episodes running back-to-back like a film at Sundance, still holds up in this format.

“You can watch three episodes back-to-back and have a half-an-hour slot show, or you can watch 100 minutes back-to-back, and it all works,” Kousetta said. “It doesn’t shortchange you if you want to consume it in that way.”

For his part, Hornby didn’t concern himself too much with the question of whether he was making a movie or if he was making a TV series.

“I really didn’t know what it was,” he said. “It was a TV show because it was bought by people who wanted to make it into a TV show. I didn’t ever think of it as being a movie. I thought it might be something that people might snack on. You know, watch on their phones while they’re sitting on the bus, or whatever, but you could have a complete experience over quite a short period of time.”

Put another way, Hornby said, it’s a great alternative to mindlessly scrolling on your phone.

“I think if you watch one episode on your daily commute,” he said, “maybe it’s better than flicking through YouTube videos or Instagram.”

State of the Union is available to watch in full at SundanceTV.

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