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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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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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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Jodie Whittaker in Doctor Who season 11 poster (BBC America)

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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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glow cancelled netflix

(Photo by Netflix)

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 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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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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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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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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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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Drama series Love stars Paul Rust, Gillian Jacobs (Netflix)

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Netflix Romantic Comedies Ranked by Tomatometer

Romantic comedies have a unique Catch-22: They are both beloved by their fans and often despised by jaded critics who review them.

Thankfully for those who love a good meet-cute, Netflix understands the marketability of the former and has fallen head-over-heels with the genre. The streaming giant has bankrolled Netflix Originals series and films with a variety of takes on romantic comedies, giving us 2018’s Set It Up and the teen dream that is To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and its 2020 sequel, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, as well as dramedies like Sex Education and Love. Netflix also helped with 2019’s Keanaissance, thanks to John Wick star Keanu Reeves’ stellar cameo in Ali Wong and Randall Park’s Always Be My Maybe.

Love doesn’t always conquer all in this genre, however. Netflix’s 2018 film The Kissing Booth fell flat with critics, scoring 17% on the Tomatometer, despite starring former teen rom-com goddess Molly Ringwald, but the Netflix original film was a hit with viewers, scoring a 60% Audience Score, and Netflix reporting that one in three viewers have rewatched the film. No wonder the streaming channel ordered a sequel, The Kissing Booth 2, which is scheduled to premiere in 2020.

But which of Netflix’s rom-coms is the best for a night of cozying up on your couch? We’ll definitely kiss and tell! Below, we rank all of Netflix’s romantic comedies based on their Tomatometer scores.

Is your favorite Netflix rom-com missing? Tell us in the comments.

Added 05/29The Lovebirds, The Wrong Missy, I Love You, Stupid (Te quiero, Imbécil).

#59

To Each, Her Own (2018)
17%

#59
Adjusted Score: 6168%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Simone believes she's a lesbian, but she suddenly finds herself attracted to a man.... [More]
Directed By: Myriam Aziza

#58
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Individually, Sanjay and Karina don't earn enough to be able to buy a home, so they enter into a marriage... [More]
Directed By: Anand Tiwari

#57

Blockbuster (2017)

#57
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Dumped over a video he made to amuse his ailing dad, a heartsick man hatches an elaborate scheme to win... [More]
Directed By: July Hygreck

#56
#56
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: A woman is stuck being everyone's bridesmaid. Deciding to no longer be a lady-in-waiting, she bravely reenters the dating scene.... [More]
Directed By: Trey Haley

#55
#55
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Maddy and Cole were inseparable friends until high school started and Maddy became the most popular girl on campus. When... [More]
Directed By: Benny Fine

#54

Naked (2017)
0%

#54
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Rob Anderson is all set to marry the girl of his dreams, but can't quite get to the altar. He... [More]
Directed By: Michael Tiddes

#53

The Last Summer (2019)
29%

#53
Adjusted Score: 12869%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: High school graduates wrestle with love and friendship during their final summer together before heading off to college.... [More]
Directed By: William Bindley

#52
#52
Adjusted Score: 12529%
Critics Consensus: The Kissing Booth deploys every rom-com cliché in the book with little care given to achieving any real sentiment.
Synopsis: A high school student finds herself face-to-face with her long-term crush when she signs up to run a kissing booth... [More]
Directed By: Vince Marcello

#51

Valentine's Day (2010)
18%

#51
Adjusted Score: 24076%
Critics Consensus: Eager to please and stuffed with stars, Valentine's Day squanders its promise with a frantic, episodic plot and an abundance of rom-com cliches.
Synopsis: In a series of interconnected stories, various Los Angeles residents (Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper) wend their way through... [More]
Directed By: Garry Marshall

#50
Adjusted Score: 32552%
Critics Consensus: A retread of A Christmas Carol, featuring Matthew McConaughey in a retread of his Dazed and Confused role, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past lacks originality, humor, and any semblance of charm.
Synopsis: Celebrity photographer Connor Mead (Matthew McConaughey) lives life in the fast lane, committed to bachelorhood and simultaneous relationships with multiple... [More]
Directed By: Mark Waters

#49
#49
Adjusted Score: 34503%
Critics Consensus: Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel make a charming couple with plenty of chemistry, but that isn't enough to make up for Life as We Know It's formulaic plot and poorly written script.
Synopsis: After a disastrous first date, the only things Holly Berenson (Katherine Heigl) and Eric Messer (Josh Duhamel) have in common... [More]
Directed By: Greg Berlanti

#48
#48
Adjusted Score: 31221%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: When Abbie is diagnosed with cancer, she embarks on a humorous mission to find a new love for Sam, her... [More]
Directed By: Stephanie Laing

#47
#47
Adjusted Score: 12722%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: A photographer inherits an antique Advent calendar that seems to predict her future -- including a budding romance.... [More]
Directed By: Bradley Walsh

#46
Adjusted Score: 26003%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Amber and Richard host royals from a faraway kingdom to renew a sacred truce, but when the priceless treaty disappears,... [More]
Directed By: John Schultz

#45

The Wrong Missy (2020)
33%

#45
Adjusted Score: 35304%
Critics Consensus: Lauren Lapkus lifts The Wrong Missy above abject failure, but this lazy comedy will be the wrong option for all but the most Happy Madison-starved viewers.
Synopsis: Disaster strikes when a man invites his dream girl to an island resort -- but a previous blind date shows... [More]
Directed By: Tyler Spindel

#44
#44
Adjusted Score: 19436%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: To keep her spirits high when their son leaves for college, Manhattanite Kate Conrad (Kristin Davis) has booked a 'second... [More]
Directed By: Ernie Barbarash

#43
Adjusted Score: 47689%
Critics Consensus: Despite the best efforts of a talented cast, He's Just Not That Into You devotes too little time to each of its protagonists, thus reducing them to stereotypes.
Synopsis: Baltimore-based friends and lovers, all in their 20s and 30s, try to navigate their way through the complexities of modern... [More]
Directed By: Ken Kwapis

#42
#42
Adjusted Score: 23104%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Before ambitious heiress Ellen Langford can inherit her father's business, she must deliver a special Christmas card to her dad's... [More]
Directed By: Ernie Barbarash

#41
#41
Adjusted Score: 43478%
Critics Consensus: Much like its protagonist, When We First Met struggles in the cinematic "friend zone" -- and will face a slew of viewer breakups before finding much in the way of true love.
Synopsis: After spending a night with the girl of his dreams only to become just friends, a man gets the opportunity... [More]
Directed By: Ari Sandel

#40

Tall Girl (2019)
38%

#40
Adjusted Score: 32435%
Critics Consensus: While charming at times, Tall Girl is mostly an uninspired teen comedy that fails to bring anything new to the genre.
Synopsis: Jodi (Ava Michelle) has always been the tallest girl in school -- and she's always been uncomfortable with it. After... [More]
Directed By: Nzingha Stewart

#39
#39
Adjusted Score: 25443%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: ... [More]
Starring:
Directed By:

#38

Murder Mystery (2019)
45%

#38
Adjusted Score: 47531%
Critics Consensus: Murder Mystery reunites Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler for a lightweight comedy that's content to settle for merely mediocre.
Synopsis: A New York cop and his wife go on a European vacation to reinvigorate the spark in their marriage. A... [More]
Directed By: Kyle Newacheck

#37

Like Father (2018)
46%

#37
Adjusted Score: 47635%
Critics Consensus: Like Father unites an alarmingly talented cast for a predictable rom-com that does nothing to counter the negative stereotypes surrounding the genre.
Synopsis: Left at the altar, a young executive takes her Caribbean honeymoon cruise with the last person she ever expected --... [More]
Directed By: Lauren Miller Rogen

#36
Adjusted Score: 50157%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: A year after Amber helped Richard secure the crown, the two are set to tie the knot in a royal... [More]
Directed By: John Schultz

#35
#35
Adjusted Score: 36796%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: After losing his girlfriend and his job, Marcos' life is turned upside down, and then he meets Raquel.... [More]
Directed By: Laura Mañá

#34
#34
Adjusted Score: 61442%
Critics Consensus: Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, but her movie's okay - largely thanks to Shannon Purser's work in the title role, which is strong enough to counter an uneven narrative.
Synopsis: A case of mistaken identity leads to an unexpected romance when a teen joins forces with a popular student to... [More]
Directed By: Ian Samuels

#33
Adjusted Score: 31868%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: ... [More]
Directed By: Michael Steiner

#32

The Perfect Date (2019)
67%

#32
Adjusted Score: 66182%
Critics Consensus: Though it may not be the perfect romcom, The Perfect Date's endearing leads still manage to show viewers a fun -- if overly familiar -- time.
Synopsis: A high school student creates an app to offer his services as a fake date to make money for college.... [More]
Directed By: Chris Nelson

#31

Falling Inn Love (2019)
67%

#31
Adjusted Score: 66379%
Critics Consensus: Warm and welcoming, Falling Inn Love doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it will give those looking for a cozy new romantic comedy a nice place to lay their heads.
Synopsis: Romance and remodeling collide when a corporate executive wins a New Zealand inn that lacks curb appeal.... [More]
Directed By: Roger Kumble

#30

The Lovebirds (2020)
66%

#30
Adjusted Score: 76908%
Critics Consensus: If the breezily enjoyable The Lovebirds feels like a little less than the sum of its parts, it's still an enjoyable showcase for the talents of its well-matched stars.
Synopsis: Accused of murder, a desperate couple embark on a dangerous quest to solve the mystery and clear their names.... [More]
Directed By: Michael Showalter

#29

Ibiza (2018)
67%

#29
Adjusted Score: 66542%
Critics Consensus: Ibiza settles into an amiable comedic groove enlivened by its talented stars, even if the end result is fittingly somewhat narratively hazy.
Synopsis: Harper, a single 30-something New Yorker, lets loose on a business trip to Barcelona, leading to a flirty encounter with... [More]
Directed By: Alex Richanbach

#28
Adjusted Score: 66379%
Critics Consensus: While its plot borders on the absurd, The Knight Before Christmas is endearing and charming enough to make it a worthy addition to the holiday rom-com genre.
Synopsis: A medieval knight is transported to the present day, where he falls for a high school science teacher who's disillusioned... [More]
Directed By: Monika Mitchell

#27
#27
Adjusted Score: 63608%
Critics Consensus: Smart and socially conscious, Nappily Ever After depicts black female empowerment in a fresh way, but the film relies too heavily on romantic comedy tropes.
Synopsis: A soulful barber helps a woman piece her life back together after an accident at her hair salon makes her... [More]
Directed By: Haifaa Al-Mansour

#26
#26
Adjusted Score: 62239%
Critics Consensus: Predictable but sweet, A Christmas Prince is pleasant enough to pass the time during the holiday season.
Synopsis: Christmas comes early for an aspiring young journalist when she's sent abroad to get the scoop on a dashing prince... [More]
Directed By: Alex Zamm

#25
Adjusted Score: 80348%
Critics Consensus: To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You may feel like little more than an amiable postscript to its predecessor, but fans of the original should still find this a swoonworthy sequel.
Synopsis: As her relationship with Peter continues to grow, Lara Jean reunites with another recipient of one of her old love... [More]
Directed By: Michael Fimognari

#24
#24
Adjusted Score: 63865%
Critics Consensus: The Princess Switch offers a healthy dose of charming, light-hearted, twin-swap fun and is delightful viewing for any hopeless romantic.
Synopsis: One week before Christmas, a duchess switches places with an ordinary woman from Chicago, who looks exactly like her, and... [More]
Directed By: Mike Rohl

#23
Adjusted Score: 78751%
Critics Consensus: The Fundamentals of Caring gets maximum mileage out of the chemistry between its well-matched leads as it follows a fairly well-worn coming-of-age road trip route.
Synopsis: A writer (Paul Rudd) retires after a personal tragedy and becomes a disabled teen's caregiver. When the two embark on... [More]
Directed By: Rob Burnett

She's Gotta Have It (2017)
78%

#22
Synopsis: Iconic filmmaker Spike Lee revisits his first feature film with this Netflix original series of the same name. Brooklyn-based artist... [More]

#21
#21
Adjusted Score: 25700%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: A chauvinist gets a taste of his own medicine when he wakes up in a world dominated by women.... [More]
Directed By: Eleonore Pourriat

#20

Alex Strangelove (2018)
81%

#20
Adjusted Score: 80671%
Critics Consensus: Alex Strangelove offers a refreshingly insightful -- and fittingly adult -- take on teen sexuality enlivened by smart humor and a fearlessly progressive approach.
Synopsis: A high school senior plans on losing his virginity to his girlfriend. Things get complicated when he meets a handsome... [More]
Directed By: Craig Johnson

#19

Let It Snow (2019)
81%

#19
Adjusted Score: 81773%
Critics Consensus: Comfortably cliché, Let It Snow wears its influences on its sleeve, but works anyway thanks an excellent ensemble and just the right amount of holiday cheer.
Synopsis: A snowstorm brings a group of young people together.... [More]
Directed By: Luke Snellin

#18

Someone Great (2019)
83%

#18
Adjusted Score: 85480%
Critics Consensus: What Someone Great lacks in originality it makes up for in relatability and charm, thanks in large part to the undeniable chemistry between its talented leads.
Synopsis: Dumped by her long-term boyfriend, a music journalist recruits her two best friends for one last outrageous adventure in New... [More]

#17
#17
Adjusted Score: 31997%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: On their three-year anniversary, Molly and Sam are at a crossroads and need to decide whether to move forward or... [More]
Directed By: Jared Stern

#16
#16
Adjusted Score: 91846%
Critics Consensus: As can be expected from a Tim Burton movie, Corpse Bride is whimsically macabre, visually imaginative, and emotionally bittersweet.
Synopsis: Victor (Johnny Depp) and Victoria's (Emily Watson) families have arranged their marriage. Though they like each other, Victor is nervous... [More]
Directed By: Tim Burton, Mike Johnson

#15

Win It All (2017)
85%

#15
Adjusted Score: 87151%
Critics Consensus: Win It All finds writer-director Joe Swanberg working in a comparatively mainstream vein -- and striking another collaborative spark with leading man Jake Johnson.
Synopsis: A small-time gambler (Jake Johnson) agrees to stash a duffel bag for an acquaintance who is heading to prison. When... [More]
Directed By: Joe Swanberg

#14
Adjusted Score: 91789%
Critics Consensus: The Incredible Jessica James makes its standard storyline feel new, almost purely on the strength of a captivating, potentially star-making performance from Jessica Williams.
Synopsis: Jessica, an aspiring playwright in New York City, is trying to get over a recent break-up when she meets Boone,... [More]
Directed By: Jim Strouse

#13
#13
Adjusted Score: 89086%
Critics Consensus: The Breaker Upperers brings the laughs early and often, thanks to the dry wit -- and effervescent chemistry -- of writer-director-star duo Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami.
Synopsis: Two cynical women create an agency that helps break up couples in an attempt to avoid moving on with their... [More]

#12
#12
Adjusted Score: 94501%
Critics Consensus: Carried by the infectious charms of Ali Wong and Randall Park, Always Be My Maybe takes familiar rom-com beats and cleverly layers in smart social commentary to find its own sweet groove.
Synopsis: Childhood sweethearts have a falling out and don't speak for 15 years. They reconnect as adults when Sasha runs into... [More]
Directed By: Nahnatchka Khan

#11
#11
Adjusted Score: 90458%
Critics Consensus: Our Souls at Night honors the quiet strength of its source material by offering a simple yet sturdy canvas for two talented veteran leads to bring its story to life.
Synopsis: Addie Moore and Louis Waters, a widow and widower, have lived next door to each other for years. When Addie... [More]
Directed By: Ritesh Batra

Easy (2016)
90%

#10
Synopsis: From director and creator Joe Swanberg, this Netflix-original comedy anthology series explores diverse Chicago characters, modern romance technology and culture.... [More]
Starring:
Directed By: Joe Swanberg

#9

Ali's Wedding (2017)
92%

#9
Adjusted Score: 92606%
Critics Consensus: Ali's Wedding uses its very specific setting to explore universal ideas about relationships -- and in delightfully smart, funny fashion.
Synopsis: After a reckless lie, the son of a Muslim cleric finds himself caught between his sense of duty and following... [More]
Directed By: Jeffrey Walker

#8

Set It Up (2018)
92%

#8
Adjusted Score: 93855%
Critics Consensus: Set It Up follows the long-established outlines of the rom-com template -- and in the process, proves there's still substantial pleasure to be wrought from familiar formulas.
Synopsis: Two overworked and underpaid assistants come up with a plan to get their bosses off their backs by setting them... [More]
Directed By: Claire Scanlon

Love (2016)
94%

#7
Synopsis: When his cheating girlfriend leaves him, people-pleasing nice-guy Gus (Paul Rust, "I Love You, Beth Cooper" and "Inglorious Basterds") moves... [More]

Sex Education (2019)
95%

#6
Synopsis: Socially awkward high school student Otis may not have much experience in the lovemaking department, but he gets good guidance... [More]

#5

Tramps (2016)
95%

#5
Adjusted Score: 95727%
Critics Consensus: Sweet, breezy, and unexpected, Tramps traipses through its romcom premise with earnestness and ease.
Synopsis: A heist, a stolen briefcase and a case of mistaken identity in New York bring together two aspiring criminals and... [More]
Directed By: Adam Leon

#4
Adjusted Score: 98498%
Critics Consensus: To All the Boys I've Loved Before plays by the teen rom-com rules, but relatable characters and a thoroughly charming cast more than make up for a lack of surprises.
Synopsis: A teenage girl's love letters are exposed and wreak havoc on her life.... [More]
Directed By: Susan Johnson

Scrotal Recall (2014)
98%

#3
Synopsis: Dylan, a 20-something romantic, has been intimate with a long list of women during his quest for true love. When... [More]

#2

Catching Feelings (2017)
100%

#2
Adjusted Score: 44976%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: The lives of a formerly-famous writer and his wife are disrupted when a famous and very self-indulgent author comes to... [More]
Directed By: Kagiso Lediga

#1

Lust Stories (2018)
100%

#1
Adjusted Score: 64246%
Critics Consensus: Directed by four talented Indian filmmakers, Lust Stories offers a refreshing and nuanced portrayal of women's complex desires.
Synopsis: An anthology of four stories that sheds light on modern relationships from the viewpoint of the Indian woman.... [More]


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Locke and Key (Netflix)

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Netflix has set February 7 for the premiere of Locke and Key, the Carlton Cuse–produced adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s IDW comic book series that has been in development for more than a decade. The mystery series revolves around the Locke family, three siblings and their mother who move into their ancestral home – Keyhouse – after the murder of their father. Keyhouse, as the Lockes quickly discover, is filled with magical keys that hold special powers. That draws out a demon who wants to steal the keys, which may have played a role in the murder of the Locke paterfamilias. The series stars Darby Stanchfield (Scandal), Jackson Robert Scott (IT), and Connor Jessup (American Crime).



The Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) returns with the launch of season 12 on Wednesday, January 1 at 8 p.m. ET/PT with friends Ryan (Tosin Cole), Yasmin (Mandip Gill) and Graham (Bradley Walsh). Subsequent episodes will air Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT beginning January 5 on BBC America. The season kicks off with a two-part episode entitled “Spyfall.”



Last season on The Magicians, magic was saved, but at a terrible cost: Quentin Coldwater died heroically to save his friends — and the world. Julia (Stella Maeve), Alice (Olivia Taylor Dudley), Eliot (Hale Appleman), Margo (Summer Bishil), Penny (Arjun Gupta), and their friends (and frenemies) must learn to navigate a world without him. In season 5, premiering January 15 at 10 p.m. ET/9C, a new threat has arisen: in freeing magic, the balance tipped the other way and there’s too damn much of it. As the excess builds, an apocalypse looms.



Cantankerous Larry David returns for season 10 of his HBO drama in January. Vince Vaughn joins the fun in a multi-episode arc.



Better Call Saul will return with a two-night premiere event on February 23 and 24, 2020. The fifth season will premiere on Sunday, February 23 at 10 p.m. ET/9C following a new episode of The Walking Dead. The season will continue the next night, Monday, February 24, with an encore presentation of the season premiere at 8 p.m. ET/7C followed by the season’s second episode at 9 p.m. ET/8C. Subsequent episodes will air Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET/8C. The new season will find Bob Odenkirk’s Jimmy McGill finally embracing his Saul Goodman persona to practice law, and the fallout that ensues for everyone around him, including fellow attorney and girlfriend Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn), fixer Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks), meth kingpin/restauranteur Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), and Jimmy’s criminal associate Nacho Varga (Michael Mando).


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Update (12/12): Pavarotti (Dec. 30), Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Jan. 24), Next in Fashion (Jan. 29), Briarpatch (Feb. 6), The Sinner (Feb. 6), Interrogation (Feb. 6), Wrong Man (Feb. 9), Hillary (Mar. 6), Ride with Norman Reedus (Mar. 8); Messiah (Jan. 1)


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Sunday, Dec. 1
Dead Kids (2019) 17% Netflix
Brain Games: Season 8 (2020)  8 p.m., National Geographic

Monday, Dec. 2
Making It: Season 2 (2019)  NBC

Tuesday, Dec. 3
Tiffany Haddish: Black Mitzvah (2019) Netflix
The First Temptation of Christ (2019) Netflix
Team Kaylie: Part 2 ()  Netflix
One Day at Disney (2019)  Disney+

Wednesday, Dec. 4

Let's Dance (2019) Netflix
() % Netflix
Magic for Humans: Season 2 (2019)  Netflix
The Moodys: Season 1 (2019) 64% 9 p.m., Fox
Vikings: Season 6 (2019) 100% 9 p.m., History
Five Day Biz Fix: Season 1 (2019) CNBC
The Gulf: Season 1 (2019)  Sundance Now

Thursday, Dec. 5
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Season 3 (2019) 79% Amazon Prime Video
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby (2019) 36% Netflix
Same Time, Next Christmas (2019) Netflix
Apache: The Life of Carlos Tevez: Season 1 (2019)  Netflix
Home for Christmas: Season 1 (2019)  Netflix
V Wars: Season 1 (2019) 56% Netflix
Growing Up Hip Hop: Season 5 (2019) WE tv
Tell Me a Story: Season 2 (2019)  CBS All Access

Friday, Dec. 6
Reprisal: Season 1 (2019) 53% Hulu
Into the Dark, Episode 3: "A Nasty Piece of Work" 82% Hulu
Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show: Season 1 (2019) 100% Netflix
The Chosen One: Season 2 (2019) Netflix
The Confession Killer: Season 1 (2019) 100% Netflix
Fuller House: Season 5 (2019)  Netflix
Glow Up: Season 1 (2019)  Netflix
Marriage Story (2019) 94% Netflix
Spirit Riding Free: The Spirit of Christmas (2019)  Netflix
Three Days of Christmas: Season 1 ()  Netflix
Teasing Master Takagi-san: Season 2 (2019)  Netflix
Triad Princess: Season 1 (2019) Netflix
Virgin River: Season 1 (2019)  Netflix
Truth Be Told: Season 1 (2019) 31% Apple TV+
One Day at Disney: Shorts: Season 1 (2019) Disney+
Clifford the Big Red Dog: Season 1 () Amazon Prime Video

Sunday, Dec. 8
The L Word: Generation Q: Season 1 (2019) 81% 10 p.m., Showtime
Expedition Bigfoot: Season 1 (2019)  10 p.m., Travel Channel
Work in Progress: Season 1 (2019) 100% 11 p.m., Showtime

Monday, Dec. 9
A Family Reunion Christmas, Netflix
The Heart Guy: Season 4 (2019) Acorn TV

Tuesday, Dec. 10
Michelle Wolf: Joke Show (2019) 100% Netflix
Ellen's Greatest Night of Giveaways: Season 1 (2019) NBC

Thursday, Dec. 12
Jack Whitehall: Christmas with my Father (2019) Netflix

Friday, Dec. 13
The Expanse: Season 4 (2019) 100% Amazon Prime Video
6 Underground (2019) 37% Netflix
Marvel's Runaways: Season 3 (2019) 83% Hulu
The Grand Tour: Season 4 (2019) Amazon Prime Video

Sunday, Dec. 15
A Very Merry Cavallari, 10 p.m., E!

Monday, Dec. 16
Slings & Arrows: Season 3, Acorn TV
Laurel Canyon, 9 p.m., Epix

Tuesday, Dec. 17
Ronny Chieng: Asian Comedian Destroys America! (2019) Netflix

Wednesday, Dec. 18
Don't F**K with Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer: Limited Series (2019) 67% Netflix
Soundtrack: Season 1 (2019) 38% Netflix
Mad About You: Season 1 (2019) 42% Part 2, Spectrum On Demand
Wisting, Sundance Now
Live in Front of a Studio Audience: 'All in the Family' and 'Good Times' (2019) 80% ABC
Good Times: Live in Front of a Studio Audience, ABC

Thursday, Dec. 19
() Netflix
Ultraviolet: Season 2 (2019) Netflix
Season 1: Season 1 (2019) Netflix
A Christmas Carol (2018) 52% 7:30 p.m., FX

Friday, Dec. 20
The Two Popes (2019) 89% Netflix
The Witcher: Season 1 (2019) 68% Netflix
The Aeronauts (2019) 71% Amazon Prime Video
Pick of the Litter: Season 1 (2019)  Disney+
Togo (2019) 92% Disney+

Saturday, Dec. 21
Crash Landing on You: Season 1 (2019)  Netflix

Monday, Dec. 23
From Father to Daughter, Acorn TV

Tuesday, Dec. 24
Lost in Space: Season 2 (2019) 85% Netflix
John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch (2019) 96% Netflix
Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-2020: Part 2, Netflix
Carole & Tuesday: Part 2, Netflix
Como caído del cielo (2019) Netflix

Wednesday, Dec. 25
Murdoch Mysteries: Season 13, Acorn TV
Call the Midwife: Holiday Special, PBS
Lucy Worsley’s 12 Days of Tudor Christmas, PBS

Thursday, Dec. 26
Close to the Enemy: Miniseries (2016) Sundance Now
You: Season 2 (2019) 87% Netflix
The App (2019)  Netflix
() % Netflix
Fast & Furious: Spy Racers: Season 1 (2019) 83% Netflix

Friday, Dec. 27
Into the Dark, Episode 4: "Midnight Kiss" 56% Hulu
The Gift: Season 1 (2019)  Netflix
Kevin Hart: Don't F... This Up: Season 1 (2019)  Netflix
()  Showtime
Duran Duran: There's Something You Should Know (2018) 83% Showtime

Saturday, Dec. 28
Hot Gimmick: Girl Meets Boy, Netflix

Sunday, Dec. 29
Flirty Dancing: Season 1 (2019) 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, Fox

Monday, Dec. 30
Alexa & Katie: Season 3 (2019) : Holiday Episode, Netflix
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.: Reawakened, Netflix
Pavarotti, 8 p.m., Showtime

Tuesday, Dec. 31
The Degenerates: Season 2 (2019) Netflix
The Neighbor​, Netflix
Yanxi Palace: Princess Adventures, Netflix
Ghost Stories (2020) 33% Netflix


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Also: Renewed & Cancelled

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 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


# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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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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B

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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C

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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D

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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E

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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G

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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H

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

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

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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O

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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P

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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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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Lucky number 13 is the name of the game this May. The month features several long-running summer favorites returning to the screen alongside several standouts hoping to avoid the sophomore slump. Catch up on the supernatural with iZombie and Lucifer, the character-driven with Deadwood and Fleabag, and the crime-ridden with Line of Duty and Elementary before new episodes drop in the coming weeks.


iZombie 92% (The CW)

What it is: A wonderfully original spin on the TV zombie craze started by The Walking Dead, iZombie stars Rose McIver as Olivia Moore, a med student-turned-zombie who helps the Seattle police solve homicides by eating victims’ brains and reliving their memories.

Why you should watch it: There’s no limit to the creative turns TV writers can take the simple premise of “zombies exist” — hat tip to the dearly departed Santa Clarita Diet — but as iZombie heads into its fifth and final season, it remains one of the genre’s best, most off-kilter examples. Season 5 premieres May 2 on The CW.

Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNOWGoogle Play, Microsoft, Netflix, Vudu

Commitment: Approx. 42 hours (for the first four seasons)


Lucifer 88% (Netflix)

What it is: Most people escape their locale to vacation where it’s warm, but where do you vacation when your home is in Hell? Los Angeles, apparently. That’s where our titular antihero Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) sets his sights, at least, after resigning his post as ruler of the underworld and wanting to spice up his life. Once in LA, he opens up a nightclub and stumbles into becoming a civilian consultant for the LAPD.

Why you should watch it: Based on the DC Comics character created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg, Lucifer Morningstar is a protagonist like we haven’t seen before. Ruler of Hell, sure, but also charismatic as hell (and charming, witty, and handsome), proving himself to be the perfect right-hand man for homicide detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German). (Over the course of three seasons, their beguiling relationship is one of the reasons to stick around, too.) Lucifer was cancelled by Fox last year, but revived by Netflix, which will premiere its fourth season on May 8.

Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNOWGoogle Play, HuluMicrosoft, Netflix, Vudu

Commitment: Approx. 42 hours (for the first three seasons)


Easy 90% (Netflix)

What it is: With Netflix’s romantic comedy series, it’s all in the name. That’s because there’s nothing, well, easy about modern love. Easy’s first two seasons follow an intertwining group of friends and couples living and loving in Chicago.

Why you should watch it: The best of television is often character-driven, and Easy gives you plenty of characters to work with. While this Windy City–set series focuses on people and relationships that occasionally overlap, each episode largely stands on its own as a singular meditation on a given couple’s romantic dynamic and exploration of intimacy. And with Drinking Buddies writer-director Joe Swanberg at the helm, the whole thing goes down smoothly (you thought there was going to be another “easy” joke, didn’t you?). Plus, it’s just a hoot to see some of our favorite talents (from Judy Greer to Aubrey Plaza to Dave Franco to Orlando Bloom) pop in for a quick half-hour installment.

Where to watch it: Netflix

Commitment: Approx. 8 hours (for the first two seasons)


Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 95% (ABC)

What it is: S.H.I.E.L.D. is the kind of agency you want at your back. Led by fan-favorite Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg, who caused uproar upon his character’s death in 2012’s The Avengers), Marvel Comics’ fictional Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics Division fights the behind-the-scenes battles that the average human wouldn’t dare face (see: Project Centipede and more). It’s wild, it’s crazy, and it’s a heck of a fun time for Marvel superfans.

Why you should watch it: Sure, this puzzle piece within the Marvel Cinematic Universe maintains the franchise call-backs and tonally checks all the boxes of what we look for in a Marvel romp, but you don’t have to be a die-hard lover of Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and co. to fall for S.H.I.E.L.D.’s extraterrestrial adventures and the now-beloved ensemble of characters it has built throughout its 100-plus episodes. Season 6 premieres on ABC May 10. 

Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, NetflixVudu

Commitment: Approx. 82 hours (for the first five seasons)


Sneaky Pete 96% (Amazon Prime Video)

What it is: Longtime character actor and standout supporter Giovanni Ribisi gets top billing as conman Marius who, once out of prison, takes on the identity of his cellmate, Pete. On the run from a cold-blooded mobster, Marius holes up with Pete’s unsuspecting small-town family.

Why you should watch it: This Amazon original series from creators David Shore and Bryan Cranston (who also co-stars as the aforementioned mobster, Vince) will sneak up and floor you — and we don’t say that simply as a play on words. Each ensemble member (but especially Ribisi and series breakout Marin Ireland) delivers lived-in and moving dramatic turns with fast-paced scripts that don’t skimp on nuance or character. In other words, Sneaky Pete doesn’t have to con its way onto your must-watch list. Season 3 premieres May 10 on Amazon Prime.

Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, MicrosoftVudu

Commitment: Approx. 18 hours (for the first two seasons)


Line of Duty 96% (Acorn TV)

What it is: Netflix’s Bodyguard may have taken the world by storm last year (along with a Golden Globe win for star Richard Madden), but it’s another cop thriller from creator Jed Mercurio that has us itching for more: Line of Duty. Five seasons in, the series remains one of the U.K.’s highest-rated dramas. Line of Duty follows D.S. Steve Arnott after he’s transferred to an anti-corruption unit and is partnered with a brilliant undercover investigator, D.C. Kate Fleming.

Why you should watch it: While dry in summary, the performances and procedural dramas here are absolutely astounding — some of the best nail-biters TV has to offer. Season 5 is already acclaimed overseas, but premieres for U.S. audiences May 13 on Acorn TV.

Where to watch it: Acorn TV, Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu

Commitment: Approx. 23 hours (for the first four seasons)


Fleabag 100% (Amazon Prime Video)

What it is: Well it’s about time! Fleabag’s six-episode first season premiered to critical acclaim back in 2016 — which means we’ve been waiting for quite a while to reacquaint ourselves with creator and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge and her titular and adrift heroine, who is learning to cope with the death of her best friend in varying self-destructive ways while building a life in London.

Why you should watch it: Few other creators are as exciting as Fleabag’s Waller-Bridge. The beloved and all-too-short first season of Amazon’s fuss-free comedy is based on the writer and actress’ hit one-woman play of the same name, which just wrapped a sold-out Off-Broadway run after its 2013 debut overseas. Crass, fearless, and heartbreaking in equal measure, the series trumpeted the arrival of a thrilling new creative voice. And now that Waller-Bridge has other hits with Killing Eve and an arc in Star Wars under her belt, she’s going into season 2 of Fleabag as a bonafide international superstar. Do yourself a favor and learn what the buzz is about. Season 2 premieres May 17 on Amazon Prime Video.

Where to watch it: Amazon

Commitment: Approx. 3 hours (for the first season)


Elementary 95% (CBS)

What it is: A contemporary (and gender-bending) update on the classic Sherlock Holmes, Elementary is a New York crime procedural starring Lucy Liu as Dr. Joan Watson and Jonny Lee Miller as the iconic Holmes. Watson begins as Holmes’ sober companion (the ex-Scotland Yard consultant is also a recovering drug addict), but as the series progresses, she becomes his apprentice and partner in solving NYPD’s most chin-scratching mysteries.

Why you should watch it: Liu is endlessly watchable in just about anything, so her involvement in this Robert Doherty series is reason enough to tune in. But Elementary is more than just a spellbinding leading lady: it’s a solid, reliable procedural that puts a clever twist on an old classic. Season 7 premieres May 23 on CBS.

Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNOWGoogle Play, Hulu, Microsoft, Vudu

Commitment: Approx. 103 hours (for the first six seasons)


Vida 100% (Starz)

What it is: Set in the rarely depicted neighborhood of East Los Angeles, Vida follows estranged Mexican-American sisters Lyn and Emma Hernandez, who are forced to revisit their childhood home and memories after the sudden death of their mother. Familial secrets and personal growth abounds.

Why you should watch it: Shows don’t get much more refreshingly original than Vida, Starz’s half-hour dramedy from showrunner Tanya Saracho. Centering queer, Latinx voices both in front of and behind the camera is a feat in and of itself, but the fact that the series is compellingly alive (and bingeable) is what will keep you sticking around. It’s wonderfully grounded by Melissa Barrera and Mishel Prada as the central reunited sisters. Season 2 premieres May 23 on Starz.

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

Commitment: Approx. 3 hours (for the first season)


She's Gotta Have It 78% (Netflix)

What it is: Spike Lee updated his original 1986 film in series form. She’s Gotta Have It is the story of Brooklyn-based artist Nola Darling and her three lovers — a love life she juggles while navigating her personal life in an ever-gentrifying Brooklyn and ever-shifting social and political climate.

Why you should watch it: Talk about a star-making performance: you simply can’t take your eyes off the magnetic DeWanda Wise. While season 1 admittedly goes a bit off the rails with some of its sillier subplots, She’s Gotta Have It is a series that packs a timely, sociopolitical punch while laying the drama (and sexiness) on thick. With Lee at the helm and Wise front and center, She’s Gotta Have It is a televisual update that’s an absolutely engrossing joy to watch. Season 2 premieres May 24 on Netflix.

Where to watch: Netflix

Commitment: About 5 hours (for the first season)


Animal Kingdom (TNT)

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 Barkin, a Tony and Emmy winner and two-time Golden Globe nominee, brings a conniving richness to Smurf that must be seen to be believed. Season 4 premieres May 28 on TNT.

Where to watch: Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google PlayMicrosoft, Vudu

Commitment: Approx. 27 hours (for the first three seasons)


Archer 90% (FXX)

What it is: Even the sleekest of action-packed espionage thrillers have an air of cartoonish hyperbole to them, but FXX’s Archer does away with that suspension of disbelief by making the whole thing a cartoon to begin with. The half-hour comedy from creator Adam Reed can land a joke as deftly as its titular man-child spy can land a punch, so expect to be thrilled while laughing yourself silly.

Why you should watch it: Over nine hit seasons, Archer has never shied away from genre experimentation. Season 8’s Dreamland and last season’s Danger Island were particularly high-concept highlights. Season 10 continues the genre-jumping trend of Archer’s coma-dream with 1999, which sees Archer not as the ass-kicking spy of ISIS we know from earlier incarnations, but a futuristic explorer of space on the M/V Seamus alongside our longstanding favorite characters and the voice actors behind them. While it’s a bottle season and therefore easily accessible to newcomers, we still recommend you catch up on all things Archer that have come before it. That’s where the payoff is! Archer: 1999 premieres May 29 on FXX.

Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, Hulu, Microsoft, Vudu

Commitment: Approx. 38 hours (for the first nine seasons)


Deadwood 92% (HBO)

What it is: In what is quickly proving to be one of the television events of the year, Deadwood’s long-awaited feature film finale is finally coming to HBO on May 31. The fan-favorite Western from creator David Milch reunites stars Timothy Olyphant as Seth Bullock and Ian McShane as Al Swearengen (along with the majority of the original ensemble) for a bookend installment set 10 years after the events of season 3’s unexpected ending. 

Why you should watch it: A fascinating, lurid, and original take on the classic Western genre, Deadwood built its devout fan base thanks to its ability to explore the human condition in tandem with the principles of early American society. With a smattering of scene-stealing performances from its expansive cast, it also has the writing, direction, and design to be one of the most gritty and authentic takes on America’s roots to ever hit the small screen. Deadwood: The Movie premieres May 31 on HBO.

Where to watch it: Amazon, FandangoNow, Google Play, HBO NowHulu, Microsoft, Vudu

Commitment: Approx. 36 hours (for all three seasons)


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Gather ’round, witches and warlocks: Netflix has ordered 16 new episodes of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, in addition to the nine-episode Part Two that is set to premiere on April 5, 2019.

Said creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa in a statement announcing the news,  “Praise Satan! I’m so grateful to my partners at Warner Brothers, Netflix, Berlanti Television, and Archie Productions for supporting this darker vision of the world’s most famous teen witch. And I’m thrilled to be continuing to tell Sabrina’s chilling adventures with our incredible cast and crew, led by the unstoppable Kiernan Shipka.”

The new episodes will air in two parts (Parts Three and Four), and will begin filming in 2019. The series’ holiday special, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale, debuted on Dec. 14.

Latest update (12/18): Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: parts 3 and 4 (Netflix) – RenewedRay Donovan: season 7 (Showtime) – RenewedVan Helsing: season 4 (Syfy) – RenewedSorry for Your Loss: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed; Tell Me a Story: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed; Elementary: season 7 (CBS) – Cancelled (after final seventh season); Magic for Humans: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed; Five Points: season 2 (Facebook) – RenewedSacred Lies: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed.


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Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley in The 100 (Diyah Pera/The CW)

(Photo by The CW)

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$100,000 Pyramid
: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
The 100
: season 6 (The CW) – Renewed (pictured)
12 Monkeys
: season 4 (SyFy) – Cancelled (after fourth season)
13 Reasons Why: season 3 (Netflix)  – Renewed
2 Dope Queens: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
48 Hours: season 32 (CBS) – Renewed
60 Minutes: season 51 (CBS) – Renewed
9-1-1
: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
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American Gods (Starz)

(Photo by Starz)

A

A Discovery of Witches: seasons 2 and 3 (Sundance Now) – Renewed (before season 1’s U.S. debut)
Absentia
: season 2 (Prime Video) – Renewed 
Adam Ruins Everything
: season 3 (tru TV) – Renewed
Adventure Time
: season 10 (Cartoon Network) – Cancelled (after final season)
The Affair: season 5 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after final season)
Aggretsuko: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Alex Inc: Season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Alexa & Katie: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Alienist: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
Alone: season 6 (History) – Renewed
Alone Together: season 2 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Altered Carbon: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
America’s Funniest Home Videos: season 29 (ABC) – Renewed
American Crime Story: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
American Dad: season 14 (TBS) – Renewed
American Gods: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed (pictured)
American Horror Story: season 10 (FX) – Renewed
American Housewife: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
American Idol: season 17/season 2 (ABC) – Renewed (for second season on ABC, 17th overall)
American Vandal: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
American Woman: season 1 (Paramount) – Cancelled
The Amazing Race: season 31 (CBS) – Renewed
The Americans: season 6 (FX) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
Ancient Aliens: season 13 (History) – Renewed
Andi Mack: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Angie Tribeca: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
Animal Kingdom: season 3 (TNT) – Renewed
Animals: season 3 (HBO)  – Cancelled
Anne With an E
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Another Period: season 3 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
A.P. Bio: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Archer: season 10 (FX) – Renewed
Arrested Development: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Arrow
: season 7 (The CW) – Renewed 
Ash vs. Evil Dead: season 3 (Starz) – Cancelled
At Home With Amy Sedaris: season 2 (truTV) – Renewed 
Atlanta: season 3 (FX)  – Renewed
Atypical: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
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Barry, Bill Hader (HBO)

(Photo by HBO)

B

B: The Beginning: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Bachelor: season 23 (ABC) – Renewed
Ballers: season 5 (HBO) – Renewed
The Baroness Von Sketch Show: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Barry: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed (pictured)
Basketsseason 4 (FX) – Renewed
Beat Shazam: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed
Being Mary Jane: season 4 (BET) – Cancelled (after two-hour movie)
Below Deck Mediterranean: season 4 (Bravo) – Renewed
Berlin Station: season 3 (Epix) – Renewed
Better Things: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
The Big Bang Theory: season 12 (CBS) – Cancelled (after an “epic” final season)
Big Brother: season 20 (CBS) – Renewed
Big Little Lies: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Big Mouth: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Billions: season 4 (Showtime) – Renewed
Black-ish: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Black Lightning: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Black Mirror: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Blindspot
: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Blood Drive
: season 1 (Syfy) – Cancelled 
Blue Bloods: season 9 (CBS) – Renewed
Bojack Horseman: season 6 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Bold Type: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
Bosch: season 6 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Brave: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled 
The Break with Michelle Wolf: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Bridezillas: season 11 (We) – Renewed
Broad City: season 5 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Brockmire: season 4 (IFC) – Renewed
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5 (Fox) – Cancelled by Fox; Renewed for Season 6 by NBC
Bull
: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Burden of Truth: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
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Ralph Macchio for Cobra Kai (YouTube Red)

(Photo by YouTube Premium)

C

 Castle Rock: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
 Castlevania: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Celebrity Family Feud
: season 4 (ABC) – Renewed
Champions: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Chance: season 2 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Channel Zero: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
Chelsea: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Chesapeake Shores: season 3 (Hallmark) – Renewed
The Chi
: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Chicago Fire
: season 7 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago Med
: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Chicago P.D.
: season 6 (NBC) – Renewed
Child Support
: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
: parts 3 and 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Chrisley Knows Best
: season 7 (USA) – Renewed
The Circus: season 3 (Showtime) – Renewed
Class: season 1 (BBC America) – Cancelled
Claws: season 2 (TNT) – Renewed
Cloak & Dagger: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
Cobra Kai: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed (pictured)
Colony: season 3 (USA) – Renewed
Condor: season 2 (Audience) – Renewed
Corporate: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Cosmos: season 2 (National Geographic/Fox) – Renewed
Counterpart: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
Crashing: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Craig of the Creek: season 2 (Cartoon Network) – Renewed
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed (for final season)
The Crossing: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
The Crown: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Curb Your Enthusiasm: season 10 (HBO) – Renewed
The Curse of Oak Island: season 6 (History) – Renewed
The Curse of Civil War Gold: season 2 (History) – Renewed
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(Photo by ABC)

D

Damnation: season 1 (SyFy) – Cancelled
Dancing With the Stars
: season 27 (ABC) – Renewed
Dark
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Dark Matter
: season 3 (SyFy) – Cancelled
Daytime Divas: season 1 (VH1) – Cancelled
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed
Dear White People: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Designated Survivor
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
Deception
: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
The Detour: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
Detroiters: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
The Deuce: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed (ending after third and final season)
Deutschland 83: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
Dice: season 2 (Showtime) – Cancelled
Dietland: season 1 (AMC) – Cancelled
Difficult People: season 4 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency: season 2 (BBC America) – Cancelled
Disenchantment: seasons 2 and 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Disjointed: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Divorce: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
Doc McStuffins: season 5 (Disney Junior) – Renewed
Doctor Who: season 12 (BBC America) – Renewed
Documentary Now: season 3 (IFC) – Renewed
Don’t Be Tardy: season 7 (Bravo) – Renewed
Drunk History: season 6 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
The Dude Perfect Show: season 3 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Dynasty: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
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THE EXPANSE -- Season:1 -- Pictured: Steven Strait as Earther James Holden (Jason Bell/Syfy)

(Photo by Jason Bell/Syfy)

E
Elementary: season 7 (CBS) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Elite: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Ellen’s Game of Games: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Empire:
season 5 (Fox) – Renewed
The End of The F***ing World: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Everything Sucks
: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Exorcist:
season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
The Expanse
 
(pictured above): season 3 (SyFy) – Cancelled; season 4 (Amazon) – Renewed
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The Flash (The CW)

(Photo by The CW)

F

F is for Family: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Falling Water: season 2 (USA) – Cancelled
Famous in Love: season 2 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Fargo: season 4 (FX) – Renewed
Feud: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Final Space: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed
Five Points
: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
The Flash
: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed (pictured)
Fleabag: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Flipping Out: season 11 (Bravo) – Renewed
Floribama Shore: season 2 (MTV) – Renewed
For the People: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
The Fosters: season 5 (Freeform) – Cancelled (after three-part wrap-up)
The Four: season  2 (Fox) – Renewed
Fresh Off the Boat
: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Friends from College
: season 2 (Netflix) –
 Renewed

Frontier: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee: season 4 (TBS) – Renewed
Fuller House: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Future Man: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
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Emilia Clarke as Danaerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones (HBO)

(Photo by HBO)

G

Game of Thrones: season 8 (HBO) – Cancelled (after final eighth season) (pictured)
Genius: season 3 (National Geographic) – Renewed
The Get Down: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Get Shorty: season 3 (Epix) – Renewed
The Gifted: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Girlboss
: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce: season 5 (Bravo) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
GLOW: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Goliath: season 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
The Gong Show: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Good Behavior: season 2 (TNT) – Cancelled
Good Girls: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
The Good Cop: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
The Good Doctor: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
The Good Fight: season 3 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
The Good Place: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
The Gorburger Show: season 1 (Comedy Central) – Cancelled
Gotham
: season 5 (Fox) – Renewed (for one final season)
Grace and Frankie
: season 5 (Netflix) – Renewed
Grantchester
: season 4 (PBS) – Renewed
Graves
: season 2 (Epix) – Cancelled
Great News
: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
Greenleaf
: season 4 (OWN) – Renewed
Grey’s Anatomy: season 15 (ABC) – Renewed
Growing Up Hip-Hop: Atlanta season 2 (We) – Renewed
Grown-ish
: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
The Guest Book
: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed
Gypsy: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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Elisabeth Moss in THE HANDMAID'S TALE (Take Five/Hulu)

(Photo by Take Five/Hulu)

H

Halt and Catch Fire: season 4 (AMC) – Cancelled
The Handmaid’s Tale: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed (pictured)
Hap & Leonard: season 3 (Sundance) – Cancelled
Happy!: season 2 (Syfy) – Renewed
Harlots: season 3 (Hulu) – Renewed
Haters Back Off: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Hawaii Five-0: season 9 (CBS) – Renewed
Heathers: season 1 (Paramount Network) – Cancelled, but shopping around
Hell’s Kitchen: season 18 (FOX) – Renewed
Henry Danger: season 5 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Here and Now: season 1 (HBO) – Cancelled 
High Maintenance: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
His Dark Materials: season 2 (BBC) – Renewed
Hit the Floor: season 4 (VH1) – Cancelled
Homeland: season 8 (Showtime) – Cancelled (after a final season)
House of Cards: season 6 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after upcoming sixth season)
How to Get Away With Murder: season 5 (ABC) – Renewed
Humans: season 3 (AMC) – Renewed
Hunter Street: season 3 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
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Issa Rae stars in Insecure (HBO)

(Photo by HBO)

I

I Love Dick: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
I Love You, America: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
I’m Dying Up Here
: season 2 (Showtime) – Cancelled
I’m Sorry
: season 2 (TruTV) – Renewed
Imposters: season 3 (Bravo) – Renewed
Impulse: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
Incorporated: season 1 (SyFy) – Cancelled
Insatiable: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Insecure: season 4 (HBO) – Renewed (pictured)
iZombie: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed
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Jane the Virgin - Gina Rodriguez (The CW)

(Photo by The CW)

J

Jane The Virgin: season 5 (The CW) – Renewed (pictured)
Jean-Claude Van Johnson: season 2 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Jersey Shore Family Vacation: season 2 (MTV) – Renewed
The Jim Jefferies Show
: season 2 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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Killing Eve Villanelle (Jodie Comer) and Eve (Sandra Oh) (BBC America)

(Photo by BBC America)

K

Kevin (Probably) Saves the World: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Kidding
: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Killing Eve
: season 2 (BBC America) – Renewed (pictured)
Killjoys: season 5 (SyFy) – Renewed
Knightfall: season 2 (History) – Renewed
Knight Squad: season 2 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Krypton: season 2 (SyFy) – Renewed
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Picture shows: DCI John Luther (IDRIS ELBA) (BBC America)

(Photo by BBC America)

L

Lady Dynamite: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled 
Last Chance U
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Last Man on Earth: Season 3 (Fox) – Cancelled 
Last Man Standing: season 7 (Fox) – Renewed (after being canceled by ABC in 2017)
The Last O.G.: season 2 (TBS) – Renewed
The Last Ship: season 5 (TNT) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
The Last Tycoon: season 1 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: season 7 (HBO) – Renewed
The Leftovers: season 3 (HBO) – Cancelled
Legion: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
Lethal Weapon: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed (Seann William Scott replaces Clayne Crawford)
Liar: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
The Librarians: season 4 (TNT) – Cancelled
Life Sentence: season 1 (The CW) – Cancelled
Lodge 49: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed 
Lore
: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed 
Lost in Space: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed 
Loudermilk: season 3 (AT&T) – Renewed
Love: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Lucifer: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed (After being canceled by Fox)
Luther: season 5 (BBC America) – Renewed (pictured)
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Marvel's The Punisher keyart with Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle (Netflix)

(Photo by Netflix)

M

MacGyver: season 3 (CBS) – Renewed
Madam Secretary
: season 5 (CBS) – Renewed
Magic for Humans: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Magicians
: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
Major Crimes
: season 6 (TNT) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
Making a Murderer: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Man at Arms: season 2 (El Rey) – Renewed
Man in the High Castle: season 4 (Amazon) – Renewed
Marcella: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Marlon: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Married to Medicine: season 6 (Bravo) – Renewed
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: season 7 (ABC) – Renewed
Marvel’s Daredevil: season 3 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Inhumans: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Iron Fist: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s Jessica Jones
: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Marvel’s Luke Cage: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Marvel’s The Punisher
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: seasons 2 and 3 (Amazon) – Renewed
MasterChef: season 10 (Fox) – Renewed
Masters of Illusion
: season 7 (The CW) – Renewed
Match Game
: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Mayans M.C.: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
The Mayor: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Mercy Street: season 2 (PBS) – Cancelled
The Middle: season 9 (ABC) – Cancelled (after final ninth season)
The Mick: season 2 (Fox) – Cancelled
Midnight, Texas: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Mighty Magiswords: season 2 (Cartoon Network) – Renewed
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles: season 11 (Bravo) – Renewed
Million Dollar Listing New York: season 7 (Bravo) – Renewed
Mindhunter
: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Mindy Project: season 6 (Hulu) – Cancelled (after final sixth season)
The Mist: season 1 (Spike) – Cancelled 
Modern Family: season 10 (ABC) – Renewed
Mom: season 6 (CBS) – Renewed
Mountain Men: season 8 (History) – Renewed
Mozart in the Jungle: season 4 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Mr. Inbetween: season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Mr. Mercedes: season 3 (Audience) – Renewed
Mr. Robot: season 4 (USA Network)  – Cancelled (after its final season)
My Brilliant Friend: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
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NARCOS: MEXICO Photo Credit: Carlos Somonte/Netflix

(Photo by Carlos Somonte/Netflix)

O

The OA: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Odd Mom Out: season 3 (Bravo) – Cancelled
On My Block: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Once Upon a Time: season 7 (ABC) – Cancelled
One Dollar: season 1 (CBS All Access) – Cancelled
One Mississippi: season 2 (Amazon) – Cancelled
Orange Is the New Black: season 7 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
The Originals: season 5 (CW) – Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Orphan Black: season 5 (BBC America) – Cancelled
The Orville: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Outcast: season 2 (Cinemax) – Cancelled
Outlander: season 5 and 6 (Starz) – Renewed (pictured)
The Outpost: season 2 (The CW) – Renewed
Ozark: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
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Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer - Preacher _ Season 3, Episode 2 - Photo Credit: Alfonso Bresciani/AMC/Sony Pictures Television

(Photo by Alfonso Bresciani/AMC/Sony Pictures Television)

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Paradise PD: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Path: season 3 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Patriot
: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Penn & Teller: Fool Us: season 6 (The CW) – Renewed
People of Earth
: season 3 (TBS) – Cancelled
Playing House: season 3 (USA) – Cancelled
Please Like Me: season 4 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Poldark: season 5 (BBC1) – Cancelled (after fifth and final season)
Portlandia: season 8 (IFC) – Cancelled
Pose:
season 2 (FX) – Renewed
Power
: season 5 (Starz) – Renewed
Preacher: season 4 (AMC) – Renewed (pictured)
Pretty Little Liars: season 7 (Freeform) – Cancelled
Project Runway: season 18 (Bravo) – Renewed
Pure: season 2 (WGN America) – Renewed
The Purge: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
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Queer Eye season 1 keyart (Netflix)

(Photo by Netflix)

Q

The Quad: season 2 (BET) – Cancelled
Quantico
: season 3 (ABC) – Cancelled
Quarry
: season 1 (Cinemax) – Cancelled
Queen of the South: season 4 (USA) – Renewed
Queer Eye: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed (pictured)

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Riverdale cast (Art Streiber/The CW)

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The Rain: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
The Ranch
: season 4 (Netflix) – Renewed
Random Acts of Flyness: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Raven’s Home: season 3 (Disney Channel) – Renewed
Ray Donovan: season 7 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Atlanta: season 11 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: season 9 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Dallas: season 3 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of New Jersey: season 9 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of New York City: season 11 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Orange County
: season 13 (Bravo) – Renewed
The Real Housewives of Potomac: season 4 (Bravo) – Renewed
Red Oaks
: season 3 (Amazon) – Cancelled
The Resident: season 2 (Fox) – Renewed
Reverie: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Rick and Morty: 70 episodes (Adult Swim) – Renewed
Rise: season 1 (NBC) – Cancelled
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: season 2 (Nickelodeon) – Renewed
Riverdale: season 3 (The CW) – Renewed (pictured)
Rivieraseason 2 (Sundance Now) – Renewed
Room 104: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Roseanne
: season 10 (ABC) – Renewed then Cancelled
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: season 4 (VH1) – Renewed
Marvel’s Runaways: season 2 (Hulu) – Renewed
Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes On Television: season 2 (YouTube) – Renewed
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Star Trek: Discovery - "Despite Yourself" -- Episode 110 (CBS All Access)

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Sacred Lies: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
Salvation
: season 2 (CBS) – Cancelled
Santa Clarita Diet: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Scandal
: season 7 (ABC) – Cancelled (after final seventh season)
Schitt’s Creek: season 5 (Pop) – Renewed
Scream: season 3 (MTV) – Renewed
SEAL Team: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Search Party: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
Sense8: season 2 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after wrap-up TV movie)
A Series of Unfortunate Events: season 3 (Netflix) –  Cancelled  (after third and final season)
Seven Seconds: season 1 (Netflix) – Cancelled
Shades of Blue: season 3 (NBC) – Cancelled  (after third and final season)
Shadowhunters: season 3 (Freeform) – Cancelled (with a two hour finale in 2019)
Shahs of Sunset: season 7 (Bravo) – Renewed
Shameless: season 9 (Showtime) – Renewed
The Shannara Chronicles: season 2 (Spike) – Cancelled
She’s Gotta Have It: season 2 (Netflix) – Renewed
Shooter
: season 3 (USA) – Cancelled
Shut Eye: season 2 (Hulu) – Cancelled
Silicon Valley: season 6 (HBO) – Renewed
The Simpsons: season 30 (FOX) – Renewed
The Sinner: season 2 (USA) – Renewed
Siren: season 2 (Freeform) – Renewed
Six: season 2 (History) – Cancelled
SMILF: season 2 (Showtime) – Renewed
Snowfall: season 3 (FX) – Renewed
The Son
: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
Sorry for Your Loss: season 2 (Facebook) – Renewed
South Park: season 23 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Southern Charm: season 6 (Bravo) – Renewed
Southern Charm Savannah: season 2 (Bravo) – Renewed
Speechless: season 3 (ABC) – Renewed
Splitting Up Together: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Stan Against Evil: season 3 (IFC) – Renewed
Star: season 3 (Fox) – Renewed
Star Trek: Discovery: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed (pictured)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars season 7 (Disney Streaming) – Renewed
Star Wars: Rebels: season 4 (DXD) – Cancelled
StartUp: season 3 (Crackle) – Renewed
Station 19: season 2 (ABC) – Renewed
Step Up: High Water: season 2 (YouTube Premium) – Renewed
Still the King: season 2 (CMT) – Cancelled
The Strain: season 4 (FX) – Cancelled
Stranger Things: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Strange Angel: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed

Strike Back
: season 6 (Cinemax) – Renewed
Succession: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Suits: season 8 (USA) – Renewed
Supergirl
: season 4 (The CW) – Renewed
Supernatural: season 14 (The CW) – Renewed 
Superstore: season 4 (NBC) – Renewed
Survivor: season 37 (CBS) – Renewed
Survivor’s Remorse: season 4 (Starz) – Cancelled
Swamp People: season 10 (History) – Renewed
SWAT
:
season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
Sweetbitter: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
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Tom Hardy in Taboo (FX)

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Taboo: season 2 (FX) – Renewed (pictured)
Take Two: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled
Taken: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled
Tangled: season 2 (Disney) – Renewed
Teachers: season 3 (TV Land) – Cancelled
Teen Wolf: season 6 (MTV) – Cancelled 
Tell Me a Story: season 2 (CBS All Access) – Renewed
Ten Days in the Valley: season 1 (ABC) – Cancelled 
The Terror: season 2 (AMC) – Renewed
This Close: season 2 (Sundance) – Renewed
This Is Us: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
The Tick: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Titans: season 2 (DC Universe) – Renewed
Timeless: season 2 (NBC) – Cancelled (following two-part finale)
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: season 2 (Amazon) – Renewed
Top Chef
: season 16 (Bravo) – Renewed
Tosh.0: season 12 (Comedy Central) – Renewed
Transparent
: season 5 (Amazon)- Cancelled (after final fifth season)
Travelers: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Trial & Error: season 2 (NBC) – Renewed
Trollhunters: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Truck Night in America: season 2 (History)  – Renewed
Turn: season 4 (AMC) – Cancelled
Twisted Sisters: season 2 (Investigation Discovery) – Renewed
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Ellie Kemper in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Eric Liebowitz / Netflix)

(Photo by Eric Liebowitz / Netflix)

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Ultimate Beastmaster: season 3 (Netflix) – Renewed
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: season 4 (Netflix) – Cancelled (after final fourth season) (pictured)
Underground: season 2 (WGN America) – Cancelled
UnREAL: season 4 (Lifetime) – Renewed
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Veep (HBO)

(Photo by HBO)

V

Valor: season 1 (The CW) – Cancelled
Van Helsing
: season 4 (Syfy) – Renewed
Vanderpump Rules
: season 7 (Bravo) – Renewed
Veep
: season 7 (HBO) – Cancelled (after final seventh season) (pictured)
Veronica Mars: season 4 (Hulu) – Renewed
Versailles: season 3 (Ovation) – Cancelled
Vida: season 2 (Starz) – Renewed
The Voice: season 15 (NBC) – Renewed
Voltron:Legendary Defender season 8 (Netflix) – Cancelled
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Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes - The Walking Dead _ Season 8, Episode 1 (Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)

(Photo by Jackson Lee Davis/AMC)

W

The Walking Dead: season 9 (AMC) – Renewed (pictured)
The Wall: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
: season 16 (Bravo) – Renewed
Westworld: season 3 (HBO) – Renewed
White Famous
: season 1 (Showtime) – Cancelled
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
: season 15 (The CW) – Renewed
Will
: season 1 (TNT) – Cancelled
Will & Grace
: season 11 (NBC) – Renewed
World of Dance: season 3 (NBC) – Renewed
Wrecked: season 3 (TBS) – Renewed
Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas: season 2 (HBO) – Renewed
Wynonna Earp: season 3 (Syfy) – Renewed
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X

X Company: season 3 (Ovation) – Cancelled (after final season)
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Young Sheldon (CBS)

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Y

Young & Hungry: season 5 (Freeform) – Canceled (after final fifth season and movie)
Young Sheldon: season 2 (CBS) – Renewed
You’re the Worst: season 5 (FXX) – Canceled (after final fifth season)
You: season 2 (Lifetime) – Renewed
You Me Her: season 4 and 5 (Audience) – Renewed
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Z: The Beginning of Everything (Amazon)

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Z: The Beginning of Everything: season 1 (Amazon) – Canceled (pictured)
Zoo: season 3 (CBS) – Canceled 
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You’ve had your Valentine’s Day dinner, shared some chocolate-dipped delights, and exchanged presents. Now you’re home with your significant other, and you’re looking for something to watch while you cuddle, whisper sweet nothings in each other’s ears, and gradually slip into the mood for more intimate activities (like Scrabble). Look no further, you beautiful, darling lovebirds, for we have compiled a list of 50 Certified Fresh and Fresh movies and TV series perfect for the occasion, whether you’re in need of something silly, steamy, sad, or sweet. See below for some excellent Valentine’s Day choices on Netflix.


1. 45 Years (2015) 97%

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Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay star in Andrew Haigh’s drama about a married couple dealing with long-simmering tensions on the cusp of their 45th wedding anniversary.

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2. The African Queen (1951) 96%

Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn star in John Huston’s classic, Oscar-winning romantic adventure film about a WWI steam ship captain operating in Eas Africa who falls in love with the missionary’s daughter he’s agreed to transport back to civilization.

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3. Ain't Them Bodies Saints (2013) 77%

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Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck star in this Certified Fresh drama about an imprisoned bank robber and the woman and child he left behind.

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4. Atonement (2007) 83%

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James McAvoy, Keira Knightley, and Saoirse Ronan star in Joe Wright’s Oscar-winning adaptation of the Ian McEwan novel about a young girl who sabotages the relationship between her older sister and the man she loves.

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5. Beauty and the Beast (2017) 71%

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Emma Watson and Dan Stevens star in Bill Condon’s live-action Disney adaptation of the studio’s own take on the classic tale of a young woman held captive by an angry beast who was once a prince.

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6. Before Midnight (2013) 98%

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In the third installment of Richard Linklater’s enduring love story, Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy) are married and hoping to recapture the spark that first brought them together.

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7. Begin Again (2013) 83%

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John Carney’s second musical romance stars Keira Knightley as a newly single songwriter who begins an unlikely friendship with the record exec (Mark Ruffalo) who volunteers to help record her album independently.

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8. Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013) 89%

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Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos star in this Certified Fresh, Palme d’Or winning coming-of-age drama about a teenager who falls in love with an older art student.

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9. Blue Jay (2016) 91%

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Mark Duplass and Sarah Paulson star in this romantic drama about a long-separated couple who reconnect after a chance encounter.

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10. Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) 89%

Arguably the most celebrated — surely the most widely recognized — Audrey Hepburn film. We just prefer to pretend all the Mickey Rooney stuff doesn’t exist.

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11. Bridget Jones's Baby (2016) 78%

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Renée Zellweger reprises her role as the titular singleton, who must figure out who the father of her child is after a pair of trysts results in a pregnancy.

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12. Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) 79%

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Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth, and Hugh Grant star in this comedy about a brash thirtysomething woman who decides to shape up and meets a couple of eligible bachelors.

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13. Bright Star (2009) 83%

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Ben Whishaw and Abbie Cornish star in Jane Campion’s biopic focusing on the romance between poet John Keats and Fanny Brawne during the last years of Keats’ life.

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14. Carol (2015) 94%

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Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara star in Todd Haynes’ period drama about an illicit affair between a lonely housewife and a younger woman.

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15. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 98%

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Rachel Bloom stars in this Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning CW musical comedy series about a career woman who leaves her job and Manhattan lifestyle to find love in California. Watch seasons 1 and 2.

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16. Definitely, Maybe (2008) 70%

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In this romantic comedy that essentially inspired How I Met Your Mother, Ryan Reynolds stars as a man who recounts his past conquests (played by Elizabeth Banks, Isla Fisher, and Rachel Weisz) to his daughter when his impending divorce makes her insufferably inquisitive.

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17. Drinking Buddies (2013) 84%

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Olivia Wilde, Anna Kendrick, Jason Sudeikis, Jake Johnson, and Ron Livingston star in this comedy about two co-workers at a brewery who share an attraction despite being in relationships with other people.

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18. Emma (1996) 85%

Gwyneth Paltrow stars in this adaptation of the Jane Austen novel about a well-meaning woman who takes it upon herself to play matchmaker to those in her life, unaware that she has an admirer of her own.

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19. Holding the Man (2015) 81%

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Based on Timothy Conigrave’s memoir of the same name, this independent drama from Australia centers on two men whose romance becomes the foundation of their gay rights activist work.

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20. The Incredible Jessica James (2017) 89%

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Jessica Williams and Chris O’Dowd star in this Netflix original comedy about an aspiring playwright who bonds with a man as they both attempt to deal with painful breakups.

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21. Jane The Virgin 100%

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Twenty-something virgin Jane has her life turned upside-down when she is accidentally inseminated with her boss’s sperm in this Certified Fresh dramedy with telenovela twists and a strong ensemble cast. Seasons 1 to 3 are available.

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22. Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001) 95%

Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan leads a village cricket squad in a match against their ruthless British occupiers in this beloved 2001 Oscar-nominated epic.

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 23. Leap Year (2010) 93%

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This drama from Mexico centers on a promiscuous but lonely journalist who engages in a steamy, complicated affair with a sadist.

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24. Like Water for Chocolate (1992) 87%

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Based on the novel of the same name by Laura Esquival, Alfonso Arau’s magical romantic tale centers on the forbidden love between a man and a young woman who can make others feel what she feels through the food that she cooks.

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25. Margarita, With a Straw (2014) 83%

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Kalki Koechlin stars in this Indian drama about a woman struggling with both cerebral palsy and matters of the heart.

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26. Master of None 93%

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In this Certified Fresh Netflix original comedy, Aziz Ansari (who also writes and directs) stars as a 30-year-old actor navigating life and love in New York City.

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27. Meet the Patels (2014) 87%

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Ravi Patel’s Certified Fresh documentary chronicles his family’s persistent attempts to find him a spouse.

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28. Middle of Nowhere (2012) 88%

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David Oyelowo stars in this drama about a med student whose life is upended when her husband is incarcerated, from Selma director Ava DuVernay.

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29. Midnight in Paris (2011) 93%

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Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, and a slew of stars breathe life into Woody Allen’s dreamy romantic comedy about an aspiring novelist who, on a trip to Paris with his fiancée, is transported back to an idealized version of the city in the 1920s.

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30. Moonrise Kingdom (2012) 93%

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Wes Anderson’s coming-of-age film stars Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward as a couple of pre-teens who fall in love and run away from home together.

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31. My Golden Days (2015) 90%

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This coming-of-age drama follows a French teenager’s troubled family life and misadventures in the Soviet Union.

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32. No Tomorrow 88%

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Tori Anderson and Joshua Sasse star in this CW series about a Seattle woman who gets involved with a man who believes the end of the world is near, and decides to join him in completing their bucket lists together.

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33. Nymphomaniac: Volume I (2014) 76%

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Charlotte Gainsbourg and Stellan Skarsgård star in Lars von Trier’s provocative tale of a woman who recounts her violently sexual past to a man nursing her back to health after saving her from a brutal attack in an alley.

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34. Omar (2013) 90%

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This drama from Palestine follows a baker and moonlighting freedom fighter who’s coerced into informing on a friend when he’s wrongly arrested for the murder of an Israeli soldier.

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35. On Body and Soul (2017) 90%

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Netflix picked up this Certified Fresh drama from Hungary about two people who discover they share the same dream every night and attempt to recreate the emotions of that dream in reality.

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36. Our Souls at Night (2017) 89%

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Robert Redford and Jane Fonda star in this romantic drama about a widow and a widower living next door to each other who fin a connection as they enter their twilight years.

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37. Palm Trees in the Snow (2015) 86%

This Spanish period drama follows a woman who discovers a letter that reveals details about her father’s journey from his island home to Spanish Guinea.

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38. The Reader (2008) 63%

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Kate Winslet and Ralph Fiennes star in Stephen Daldry’s drama about a young man who falls for an older woman who turns out to be a former Nazi prison guard.

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39. A Royal Night Out (2015) 74%

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Sarah Gadon and Emily Watson star in this period dramedy about Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret’s adventures out on the town during V Day festivities in 1945.

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40. Rust and Bone (2012) 82%

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Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts star in Jacques Audiard’s drama about a single father who falls in love with a whale trainer after she suffers a tragic accident.

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41. Sense8 86%

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This Emmy-nominated Netflix original series follows eight strangers from around the world who discover they can psychically travel between each other’s bodies, allowing them to experience each other’s lives. Watch seasons 1 and 2.

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42. She's Gotta Have It 78%

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Based on Spike Lee’s acclaimed 1986 debut feature film of the same name (which is also available to stream), this Netflix original series centers on a single woman navigating a trio of tricky romances and attempting to balance it with the rest of her personal and professional life.

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43.Sing Street (2016) 95%

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John Carney’s Golden Globe-nominated Certified Fresh musical drama centers on a Dublin teen in 1985 who starts a band to impress the girl he has a crush on.

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44. Southside With You (2016) 92%

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Parker Sawyers and Tika Sumpter star as the young Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson in a romantic drama that follows the couple around Chicago on their first date.

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45. Suite Française (2014) 76%

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Michelle Williams and Matthias Schoenaerts star in this period romance about a French woman who falls in love with a German soldier when his regiment takes over her town during WWII.

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46. Two Lovers and a Bear (2016) 84%

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Tatiana Maslany and Dane DeHaan star in this unique drama about a couple living in the icy wilderness of Canada who embark on a perilous journey south when a stalker threatens their lives.

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47. The Way He Looks (2014) 93%

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This Brazilian coming-of-age drama revolves around a blind teenager struggling for independence who slowly falls in love with a new classmate.

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48. Wedding Crashers (2005) 76%

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Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn star in this romantic comedy about a pair of cynical divorce attorneys who spend their time crashing weddings until they both meet their match in two very different women.

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49. While You Were Sleeping (1995) 81%

Sandra Bullock stars in this romantic comedy about a lonely tollbooth operator who falls in love with one of her customers and is mistaken for his fiancée when she intervenes in a tragic accident that leaves him comatose.

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50. And Your Mother Too (2001) 92%

Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna, and Maribel Verdu star in this coming-of-age road trip drama about a pair of friends who take off on an adventure with a cousin’s estranged wife after their girlfriends leave town.

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Stranger Things, Star Trek: Discovery, The Walking Dead (Netflix; CBS All Access; AMC)

Fall TV 2017 is done, and The Good Place has triumphed — at least, by straight Tomatometer score. We’ve updated our fall TV by Tomatometer scorecard each week all season, registering every new season and TV movie (starting September 1) that got at least 10 critic reviews.

The Good Place took the top spot with a 100% Tomatometer score on 28 reviews. It’s worth noting, however, that Alias Grace, the Margaret Atwood adaptation from Netflix, has a 99% score on 69 reviews — significantly more reviews than the 13-review average of the 20 series boasting a 100% final score for the season.

So while The Good Place is perched atop the list by straight Tomatometer score, it comes in fourth after Alias Grace, Mudbound, and Stranger Things by adjusted Tomatometer score, which takes into account the number of reviews that make up the final score. Season 1 of Mindhunter rounds out the top 5, proving Netflix’s dominance over fall TV by adjusted Tomatometer.

Just added (12/27): The Last PostBright, Peaky Blinders, Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Christmas, Gunpowder, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Great News, Exorcist, The Halcyon, Nathan for You, and No Activity

Inhumans: Season 1 (2017)
11%

#107
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Marvel's Inhumans sets a new low standard for the MCU with an unimaginative narrative, dull design work, weak characters, and disengaging soapy melodrama.

9JKL: Season 1 (2017)
19%

#106
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Irritatingly uninspired, 9jkl leaves its talented cast out in the cold.

#105
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: An odd jumble of campiness and sincerity, homage and satire, The Orville never quite achieves liftoff.

Valor: Season 1 (2017)
21%

#104
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Valor's attempt to highlight an often overlooked segment of the armed services is undercut by a badly judged blend of military action and melodrama.

#103

Bright (2017)
27%

#103
Adjusted Score: 34872%
Critics Consensus: Bright tries to blend fantasy, hard-hitting cop drama, and social commentary -- and ends up falling painfully short of the mark on all three fronts.
Synopsis: In an alternate present day, humans, orcs, elves and fairies have been coexisting since the beginning of time. Two police... [More]
Directed By: David Ayer

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Wisdom of the Crowd wastes a talented cast on a formulaic procedural crime drama that wavers between modest returns and unintentional laughs.

Neo Yokio: Season 1 (2017)
52%

#101
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Lacking an interesting plot or stimulating social commentary, Neo Yokio is a missed opportunity bound to bore or befuddle casual viewers and frustrate hardcore anime fans.

The Brave: Season 1 (2017)
42%

#100
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Formulaic to a fault, The Brave fails to bring anything new to the genre -- though high production values and a capable cast may be diverting enough for some.

S.W.A.T.: Season 1 (2017)
48%

#99
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Despite a commanding, charming performance from Shemar Moore, S.W.A.T. remains a simple procedural overrun with clichés.

Dynasty: Season 1 (2017)
49%

#98
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Dynasty's revival retains enough of its predecessor's over-the-top allure to offer a glamorous guilty pleasure in its first season, even if it never quite recaptures the magic of the original.

#97
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: South Park delivers an uncharacteristically stilted season that feels timid in its satire and unsure of who or what it's lampooning.

Damnation: Season 1 (2017)
64%

#96
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Damnation's complex character driven mystery is intriguing, though it occasionally feels like homework.

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Ten Days in the Valley's instantly tense delivery of familiar material leads to an intriguing character study and engrossing mystery despite naggingly untapped potential.

#94
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Jay Pharoah proves he's leading man material even if White Famous' satirical indictments of Hollywood -- though at times irreverent -- often feel outdated.

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Critics Consensus: The Good Doctor's heavy-handed bedside manner undermines a solid lead performance, but under all the emotionally manipulative gimmickry, there's still plenty of room to improve.

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Critics Consensus: Though perhaps a little uninspired, The Halcyon exercises well-worn period tropes with style, and its solid cast makes for watchable company.

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Critics Consensus: Knightfall will appeal to fans of medieval stories who prefer historical drama and palace intrigue to soapy, melodramatic twists.

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Critics Consensus: A rocky start can't keep The Punisher from pushing the boundaries of Marvel's TV universe with a fresh take on the comics-derived action thriller.
Directed By: Jim Chory, Jeph Loeb

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Breezily entertaining, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World relies on its likable lead to carry its still-sketchy premise, hinting at deeper potential that's yet to develop.

This weekend at the movies, we have a spirited Pixar outing (Coco, featuring the voices of Gael García Bernal and Benjamin Bratt) and Denzel Washington as a lawyer in crisis (Roman J. Israel, Esq., co-starring Colin Farrell and Carmen Ejogo). What are the critics saying?


Coco (2017) 97%


The concept of death isn’t exactly taboo in animation — as any film lover can tell you, countless classic cartoon characters are orphans, and the loss of a loved one has offered the motivation for many an ultimately heartwarming tale. But it’s rare to see a family-friendly movie whose plot is centered around mortality — let alone one that takes pains to honor the traditions of a culture that many viewers consider foreign. Leave it to Pixar to take both leaps with Coco, in which a young Mexican boy named Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) is caught between his dreams of being a musician and his obligations to his family. With a story (and overall aesthetic) influenced by the Mexican holiday of Día de Muertos, Coco represents a thematic and visual departure for the studio — which is exactly why critics say the movie is such a delight. While audiences can still expect all the tight storytelling craft and attention to detail that’s become synonymous with the Pixar name, the end result is still fresh enough to avoid feeling like formula. Whether Coco‘s characters remind you of your own family or you don’t know your mariachi from your norteño, this looks like a sure thing for families heading out to the theater over the long holiday weekend.


Roman J. Israel, Esq. (2017) 54%


Denzel Washington is one of our more remarkably gifted working actors, capable of bringing such depth to his performances that even the less compelling entries in his filmography can often be worth watching just for the opportunity to see him in action. All of which is to say that writer-director Dan Gilroy made the right move when he hired Washington to play the lead in Roman J. Israel, Esq., his drama about a principled lawyer whose life is upended when the senior partner in his small firm dies, forcing him to open up to uncomfortable changes — or potentially damaging lapses in ethics. It’s the type of part Washington can be counted on to invest with real feeling even when the screenplay or editing make it difficult; unfortunately, critics say that’s often the case here, adding up to a movie that, while far from a disaster, is also much less than the sum of its award-winning talent. Hardcore Washington or Gilroy fans may want to head to Israel this weekend, but for everyone else, there’s no reason not to wait for the movie’s arrival on home video.


What’s New on TV

Godless: Miniseries (2017) 83%

Vistas and violence root Godless firmly in traditional Western territory, but its female-driven ensemble sets it apart in a male-dominated genre.


She's Gotta Have It: Season 1 (2017) 84%

Fun, fascinating, and feminist, Spike Lee‘s classic is born again for a new generation.


Also Opening This Week In Limited Release

When Spike Lee’s debut feature film She’s Gotta Have It premiered in 1986, it did more than just herald the arrival of a film visionary. Tracy Camilla Johns’ portrayal of Nola Darling provided a feminist, black, sexual female protagonist for the ages and of a Brooklyn, New York, like we’d never seen onscreen before.

Lee’s new adaptation of the film as a series for Netflix reimagines Nola Darling (this time played by DeWanda Wise) and the ongoing rotation of her so-called “loving bed” for 2017. Even all these years later, its characters and messaging — particularly arcs that are undercut with sexual assault, gentrification, and Black Lives Matter — feel as vibrant, fresh, and vital as ever.

Tonya Lewis Lee and Spike Lee attends Netflix Original Series "She'’s Gotta Have It" Premiere 11/11/16 in New York (Johnny Nunez/Getty Images for Netflix)

Rotten Tomatoes spoke with Lee, his wife and executive producer Tonya Lewis Lee, Wise, and co-star Lyriq Bent who plays Jamie Overstreet in the series to learn more about the series, due to drop in full on Thanksgiving Day. Find out why this Nola Darling is a feminist icon we need today.


1. Nola Darling gets an update.

She's Gotta Have It - DeWanda Wise (David Lee/Netflix)

Perhaps it comes as little surprise, seeing as the film is 90 minutes long and the series is 10 half-hour installments, but this new adaptation for the small screen allowed the writers to dive deeper into all its characters, but especially Nola.

“We had this really beautiful opportunity to fill her out and flesh her out,” Wise said.

And one of the driving intentions of this first season was simply a matter of thinking about “a woman like Nola Darling — what’s her life like in 2017?” Lewis Lee said. “Our world has changed very much in the 30 years since Nola first appeared. The idea to be able to explore this black woman’s life in gentrified Fort Greene just seemed right.”

The streaming, episodic format, however, didn’t change Lee’s approach behind the camera.

“I never approached it as TV. It was just making a long movie,” said Lee, who directed all 10 episodes. “The way it was shot, it was a cinematic approach, not television. And if people want to watch it like this [on their phones], they’re missing out, because this is framed for people’s big screen TVs and the theaters.”


2. Nola is a modern spin on the traditional “feminist.”

She's Gotta Have It - DeWanda Wise (David Lee/Netflix)

She might not explicitly define herself as a feminist, but the way that Nola carries herself in the world and the ideals she holds close to heart make her one just the same. As Wise said, it’s “in her DNA.”

“What’s fascinating about it in the present context is the personal is political when we talk about reproductive rights, and [when] the choices that we make in our homes have become fodder for the political battlefield,” Wise said. “And so, I just think what you’re seeing in season 1 is a woman — like many women — who is going about her life and being confronted with the challenges, both the larger ones … and those kind of daily insidious things that happen that deter us from being the full human beings that we’re meant to be. So I think she is, in her DNA a feminist.”

“But there’s another element,” Lee added, “because when the film came out, the Nola character was not universally loved. There were many feminists that felt that Nola’s character was backwards, Nola’s character was the same old characterization of oversexed black women, people like bell hooks and Michelle Wallace. On the other hand, you had black women who were happy about their representation on the screen. So especially with my films and dealing with black folks, it’s never gonna be like everybody’s gonna think the same. So it’ll be interesting to see what the old feminists and the new feminists say about Nola Darling’s character.”


3. Nola has varied tastes in men and — new to the series — women!

She's Gotta Have It - Lyriq Bent and DeWanda Wise (David Lee/Netflix)

We’d be getting into spoiler territory were we to reveal too much about Nola’s same-sex relationship in this series, but the three men she’s notoriously juggling like in the original movie are the aforementioned Jamie Overstreet, Greer Childs (Cleo Anthony), and Mars Blackmon (Lee in the original film and here played by Hamilton’s Anthony Ramos).

“[Jamie is] the oldest. He’s the most stable in both iterations; he’s the professional business man. In our’s he’s the banker. He just represents stability,” Wise explains. “There’s definitely like a little paternal thing in there, but he’s always represented like this kind of deep love. We’ve complicated it in ours [because] he’s a married man now.”

Turning to Mars, she said that he’s “the most friendship-love of all the three guys… He’s hilarious and he definitely is the guy she goes to parties with. Mars is that dude who you don’t have to dress up [for] or try too hard. He’s the guy you could just like go over to his house and hang out and play video games.”


And lastly, pretty boy Greer: “Greer is, in our iteration, a bit more cultured. In the first version he was definitely like a straight-up meathead. But in our version we were playing around a lot. His archetype is [the] prince, which you’ll see very clearly. And he’s a photographer, so in addition to being the guy she has the wildest sex with and the most like visceral, physical attraction, he also speaks French and introduces Nola to things that she wouldn’t otherwise have come across in her life.”


4. They wanted the series to be about more than just Nola’s three lovers.

She's Gotta Have It - DeWanda Wise and Margot Bingham (David Lee/Netflix)

With Nola having three lovers, the film broke the mold in its depictions of confident and fearless sexuality. Back then, Lewis Lee said, a woman with three lovers was “really shocking,” but “today, that’s not such a big deal.” So the creatives embraced the opportunity to let audiences “really experience her fully, to really understand her as an artist, [and] understand her relationships that aren’t just sexual. Understand who she really is as a full-fledged woman.”

Wise said that her favorite non-sexual relationship depicted onscreen is Nola and her best girlfriends, Clorinda Bradford (Margot Bingham) and Shemekka Epps (Chyna Layne, whom Wise also worked with on Lee Daniels’ Precious).

“I’ve always grown up with really strong female friendships,” Wise said. “That’s what I’m accustomed to and I just feel like it’s a glaring omission in the cinematic landscape to act like … women are [only] at each other’s throats. We’re here and we’re present. And yeah that was, to be real with you, my favorite amendment or update.”


5. A team of women writers provided voices the series desperately needed.

She's Gotta Have It - Chyna Layne, Margot Bingham, DeWanda Wise, Elise Hudson (David Lee/Netflix)

Of course having the insight of Wise and Lewis Lee on set helped mold many of the series’ female-centric narratives, but She’s Gotta Have It also benefited from Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Lynn Nottage (last year’s Sweat on Broadway) and others, including Radha Blank, Joie Lee (sister and oft-collaborator to Spike), and Eisa Davis. This choir of strong voices from women of color provided “strength and energy as our anchor,” Wise said, adding that the show “is a love letter to women.”  

Lee said that “Tonya had her notes in here, even my daughter.” He admits that with the film, “the whole thing is told through a male gaze, because I wrote it, I directed it, and I was in it. But this was totally different. We wanted those type of writers who are black women in the room.”  

“There’s just something that feels right about [women writing this series] and just resonates with me in terms of storytelling,” Bent later concurred. “For a very long time now, we’ve seen things one way, which is through the eyes of men. Quite frankly, I’m a little bit bored by our stories and the way we perceive things … It resonates with me the way women tell stories, the way they see things, and the way they attach what they see to certain emotions. It was so important that women were involved in She’s Gotta Have It, because it’s about a woman’s opinion. It’s about her views of herself, and the world around her, and how the world perceives her, and finding that ground for herself — not even a common ground, but that ground for herself in which she can walk on firmly with confidence.”

Lewis Lee said the female writers room changed the narratives that might have resulted from a room full of men.

“It did get a little intense sometimes, because men don’t know what they don’t know, and sometimes they don’t even understand it when you explain it to them,” she said. “I do think women understand men a little more, because we’re forced to live in a man’s world. It’s just like black folks tend to understand white folks a little more than white folks understand black folks.”


6. Wise embraced the opportunity for body empowerment onscreen with her male co-stars.

She's Gotta Have It - Cleo Anthony and DeWanda Wise (David Lee/Netflix)

Considering it’s a series that’s in part about a sexually adventurous woman’s trio of lovers, She’s Gotta Have It required Wise to show a lot of skin onscreen. She didn’t flinch at the prospect.

“There’s no preparation,” Wise said when asked about how she readies for a sex scene. “I think part of the reason I’m here is because I’m a bold artist. I believe in storytelling, I believe in filling out the life of these dope characters. So you know, it’s an honor to step into that space and live in the kind of freedom that Nola lives and breathes and walks in.

“And thank goodness, fortunately, I was never raised with body shame,” she related. “My mother was ‘friend mom,’ you know? So I was never raised with the kind of conditioning, the stigma of sex. It was something we talked about. So yeah, my point of view on Nola came from a place of love and understanding. Whether or not I’d ever dated three guys at once or I’m the married woman I am is kind of besides the point.”


7. She’s Gotta Have It comes at a time when women are ‘tired’ of the ways of the world.

She's Gotta Have It - DeWanda Wise (David Lee/Netflix)

One of the main goals of the show is to “do a decent job of integrating heavy entertainment and craziness and fun and sexiness with issues that I care deeply about, whether it’s like that kind of sexual autonomy or even talking about black-female body issues,” Wise said.

The series’ star hopes that “radical reform where other people don’t feel like they have ownership over women’s bodies” is on the horizon. The goal is that through the hot-button social issues it’s depicting onscreen (Nola, for instance, is assaulted in the series’ opening episodes), She’s Gotta Have It is a step in the right direction to incite real-world conversation.

“Someone interviewed me and they were like, ‘You know it’s fine now, right? Women can do what they want.’ And I just had to counter, like, ‘No! I think the reason why we’re at where we’re at and why women are just being more bold is because we’re tired,’” Wise recalls. “We’re tired. We’re over it. You know what I mean? And that requires a certain heightened posture of resistance. That’s what Nola stands for, and I’m really honored to represent for that.”

She’s Gotta Have It premieres on Thursday, November 23 on Netflix.


The networks have been releasing new trailers and clips over the past month or so to get viewers excited about the new crop of fall shows and returning favorites to hit in September, October, and November. Here are previews of some of the most highly anticipated new series and returning shows of the season, including Stranger Things, Star Trek: Discovery, Will & Grace, American Horror Story, This Is Us, The Gifted, and more.

Updated 9/11: Curb Your Enthusiasm.


9JKL: Season 1 (2017) 19%


The Alienist: Season 1 (2018) 68%


Alias Grace: Miniseries (2017) 99%


American Horror Story: Cult (2017) 73%


American Vandal: Season 1 (2017) 98%


Arrow: Season 6 (2017) 64%


Atypical: Season 1 (2017) 74%


Better Things: Season 2 (2017) 96%


The Brave: Season 1 (2017) 42%


Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5 (2017) 100%


The Crown: Season 2 (2017) 89%


Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 9 (2017) 74%


DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Season 3 (2017) 88%


The Deuce: Season 1 (2017) 93%


Dice: Season 2 (2017)


Disjointed: Season 1 (2017) 19%


Dynasty: Season 1 (2017) 49%


Empire: Season 4 (2017) 83%


Empire: Season 4 (2017) 83%/Lee Daniel's Star: Season 2 (2017)  Crossover


The Flash: Season 4 (2018) 80%

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