Canceled and Renewed Network TV Shows for 2023: See the Full List

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It’s time to find out if your favorite network TV shows are canceled or renewed!

It can be overwhelming keeping up with what’s coming back and what’s not, which is why ET is your one-stop shop for all the latest at ABC, CBS, The CW, Fox and NBC. Just in the past several months, a flurry of network shows have been unceremoniously canceled (Fox’s Monarchs) or opted to end their multi-season runs (The CW’s The FlashABC’s A Million Little Things), while others were lucky enough to earn early renewals (CBS’ FBI franchise and The Equalizer) or surprise resurrections (NBC’s Magnum PI). Only time will tell for the other shows hoping for good news.

And with the growing number of streaming shows, we’ve also created an easy-to-navigate canceled/renewed guide tracking all of the major streaming titles, such as Apple TV+’s The Morning Show, Disney+’s MCU, Paramount+’s Yellowstone franchise and more, so head on over there for the latest intel.

As pickups and cancellations continue to roll out over the next several months for the networks’ primetime programming, we’ll update this list regularly with all the latest news. So, to keep up to date on all things renewed, canceled or on the bubble, bookmark this page and check back here often to learn whether your favorite network shows were picked up or banned to the TV graveyard!


Abbott Elementary

‘Abbott Elementary’

Gilles Mingasson/ABC

Abbott Elementary-Season 3
American Idols – Season 21 (premieres Feb. 19)
The Bachelor – Season 27 (premieres Jan. 23)
Celebrity Family Feud -Season 9
Claim to Fame – Season 2
Press Your Luck -Season 5
The Wonder Years – Season 2 (premieres summer)

Avalon (scrapped after straight-to-series order)

Season Finals:
A Million Little Things (premieres Feb. 8)

New Series for 2023:
The Company You Keep (premieres Feb. 19)
Not Dead Yet (premieres Feb. 8)
Will Trent

To Be Determined:
Alaskan Daily
Bachelor in Paradise
The Bachelorettes
Big Sky
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune
The Conners
The Goldbergs
The Good Doctor
Grey’s Anatomy
Home Economics
The Rookies
The Rookies: Feds
Shark Tanks
Station 19



The Equalizer – through Season 4
FBI – through Season 6
FBI: International – through Season 3
FBI: Most Wanted – through Season 5
Fire Country – Season 2
Ghosts – Season 3
Survivors – through Season 44
Young Sheldon – through Season 7


Season Finals:
NCIS: Los Angeles

New Series for 2023:
True Lies (premieres March 1)

To Be Determined:
Blue Bloods
Bob Hearts Abisola
CSI: Vegas
Eastern New York
NCIS: Hawaii
The Neighborhood
So Help Me Todd

The CW



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All American – Season 6

Tom Swift

Season Finals:
The Flash(premieres Feb. 8)
Nancy Drew(premieres 2023)
Riverdale(premieres 2023)
DC’s Stargirl

New Series for 2023:
Gotham Knights (premieres March 14)

To Be Determined:
All Americans: Homecoming
Kung Fu
Superman & Lois
(Season 3 premieres March 14)
Walker: Independence
The Winchesters



Fantasy Island – Season 2
Grimsburg – through Season 2
Krapopolis – through Season 2


Season Finals:

New Series for 2023:
Accused (premieres Jan. 22)

To Be Determined:
9-1-1: Lone Star
(Season 4 premieres Jan. 17)
Bob’s Burgers
Call Me Kat
The Cleaning Lady
Family Guy
The Great North
The Resident
The Simpsons
So You Think You Can Dance
Welcome to Flatch


Law &  Order: Organized Crime

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’

Cara Howe/NBC

American Auto – Season 2 (premieres Jan. 24)
The Blacklist – Season 10 (premieres Feb. 26)
Grand Crew – Season 2 (premieres 2023)
Magnum PI – Season 5 (20-episode pickup after CBS cancellation)
Quantum Leap – Season 2
The Voices -Season 24


Season Finals:
New Amsterdam

New Series for 2023:
Found (pushed to fall)
Night Court (premieres Jan. 17)
Untitled Mike O’Malley series (premieres 2023)

To Be Determined:
Chicago Fire
Chicago Med
Chicago PD
La Brea
Law & Order
Law & Order: Organized Crime
Law & Order: SVU
López vs. López
Young Rock

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