44 TV Shows Renewed For 2017 — Is Your Favorite Coming Back?

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44 TV Shows Renewed For 2017 — Is Your Favorite Coming Back?

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44 TV Shows Renewed For 2017 — Is Your Favorite Coming Back?

Networks are in the thick of renewing their biggest TV shows for 2017 and beyond.

Take a look at the gallery below to find out which cable series you’ll see next year — plus all the details on the broadcast networks' current renewal spree!

44 TV Shows Renewed For 2017 — Is Your Favorite Coming Back?
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'Empire' (Season 4)

Get excited, honey! #Empire has been renewed for Season 4. ????

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'Empire' (Season 4)

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The Lyons will survive to plot, murder, and sing for another day. FOX has renewed Empire for Season 4, following a return to its previous soapy glory over the last year.

Expect the would-be celebrity guests to start lining up now.

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'American Horror Story' (Through Season 9)

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'American Horror Story' (Through Season 9)

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We hope Sarah Paulson & Co. are ready for three more years of torture, since FX has renewed the Ryan Murphy horror anthology all the way through Season 9.

Fingers crossed that means we'll see more of those Season 6 red herring promos come to life.

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'Riverdale' (Season 2)

'Riverdale' (Season 2)

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The Archie comics-inspired teen drama will be back for round two, which gives us even more time to contemplate who killed Jason Blossom. Thanks, CW.

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'This Is Us' (Seasons 2 and 3)

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'This Is Us' (Seasons 2 and 3)

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The Pearson family will continue to make us cry for years to come.

NBC has renewed their emotional freshman drama for both Seasons 2 and 3 following a stellar debut.

Both upcoming seasons will run for 18 episodes.

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'The OA' (Season 2)

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'The OA' (Season 2)

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Nothing about this Netflix cult fave is average, so we’re not surprised creator-slash-actress Brit Marling has an unexpected name for her newly-renewed sci-fi drama’s second season.

The next set of OA episodes have officially been dubbed “Part II,” as opposed to “Season 2.”

Brit tells Vulture, “We always thought of it almost like books, and there could be many different volumes.

“The science-fiction, metafictional elements are open-ended so there can be a Part II in which we can delve into those spaces.”

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'How to Get Away With Murder' (Season 4)

'How to Get Away With Murder' (Season 4)

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Annalise Keating needs to find a way out of prison ASAP, since she now has a fourth season of legal chaos to lead. 

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'Scandal' (Season 7)

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'Scandal' (Season 7)

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You're going to need a lot more pop corn and red wine.

Olivia Pope and the rest of the gladiators have been renewed for another season of handling Scandal on ABC.

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'Grey's Anatomy' (Season 14)

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'Grey's Anatomy' (Season 14)

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With its Season 14 renewal, Grey's Anatomy will officially be old enough to enter high school this fall.

We expect it will start missing curfew and skipping classes soon enough too. 

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'The Mick' (Season 2)

'The Mick' (Season 2)

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Get ready to watch Kaitlin Olson behave badly for another season on FOX.

The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia powerhouse's broadcast comedy has been renewed for Season 2.

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‘Star’ (Season 2)

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‘Star’ (Season 2)

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Lee Daniels’s FOX empire continues to dominate as his second show on the network has been renewed for a 13-episode second season.

Fingers crossed the ladies of Star will finally have a run in with Empire’s Lyons in Season 2.

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‘Lethal Weapon’ (Season 3)

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‘Lethal Weapon’ (Season 3)

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FOX isn’t too old for this you-know-what. The net renewed action drama Lethal Weapon for its sophomore season. 

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'The Royals' (Season 4)

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'The Royals' (Season 4)

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This is a win for gorgeous British people everywhere, as the very pretty cast of E!'s The Royals will still have jobs for the next year. 

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‘Superstore’ Season 3

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‘Superstore’ Season 3

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Your favorite sitcom guilty pleasure will be back for more awkward sexual tension, Walmart-esque hijinks, and surprisingly on-point social commentary for a third season on NBC. 

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'Lucifer' (Season 3)

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'Lucifer' (Season 3)

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FOX will have a devil of a time throughout 2017 and 2018 with Lucifer Season 3, which will run for 22 episodes.

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'So You Think You Can Dance' (Season 14)

'So You Think You Can Dance' (Season 14)

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As NBC prepares the bafflingly complicated World of Dance, competitor FOX has renewed So You Think You Can Dance for a “back to basics” Season 14.

The new installments will feature adult contestants and the top 10 will be partnered with all-star alums, TVLine.com reports.

Cat Deeley is in talks to return to host SYTYCD Season 14, which will debut this summer. The upcoming judges are still unknown. 

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‘The Good Place’ (Season 2)

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‘The Good Place’ (Season 2)

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NBC will return to The Good Place after that “What the fork?!”-inducing freshman finale where (spoiler alert) we learn everyone has been in The Bad Place all along. 

Season 2 of the Mike Schur comedy will be 13 episodes long.

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‘The Middle’ (Season 9)

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‘The Middle’ (Season 9)

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ABC’s least progressive family sitcom will live on for another year.

That means Middle will run at least as long as Patricia Heaton’s other fam-friendly comedy, the iconic Everybody Loves Raymond. The CBS show aired for nine years.

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'Jane the Virgin' (Season 4)

'Jane the Virgin' (Season 4)

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There is more telenovela madness in store for Jane & Co. ahead of Jane the Virgin Season 4.

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'Supernatural' (Season 13)

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'Supernatural' (Season 13)

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Sam and Dean Winchester will continue saving people and hunting things with Supernatural Season 13.

After years of demon fighting, we doubt No. 13 will prove unlucky for these hunky hunters.

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'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' (Season 3)

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'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' (Season 3)

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This photo of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom perfectly captures our excitement over the musical dramedy's renewal.

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'Supergirl' (Season 3)

'Supergirl' (Season 3)

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Supergirl survives to fight another day and no one can stop smiling about it.

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'The Flash' (Season 4)

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'The Flash' (Season 4)

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We bet Team Flash is happier than they seem about coming back for Season 4.

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'Arrow' (Season 6)

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'Arrow' (Season 6)

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We've now been promised another full season of Stephen Amell's abs on television, so that's some good news.

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'Legends of Tomorrow' (Season 3)

'Legends of Tomorrow' (Season 3)

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Of course the fourth DC Comics show will return — you can't have a week-long crossover special without it.

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‘Fuller House’ (Season 3)

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‘Fuller House’ (Season 3)

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Have mercy! The guilty pleasure throwback sitcom will officially return with another batch of episodes next year on Netflix.

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‘Westworld’ (Season 2)

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‘Westworld’ (Season 2)

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Did you think HBO would leave you hanging after that murderous and mysterious Season 1 finale?!

Although the cable giant is aiming to premiere Westworld Season 2 during fall 2017, they have admitted we may not see the return of the ambitious drama until 2018.

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‘Insecure’ (Season 2)

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‘Insecure’ (Season 2)

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The network’s beloved new comedy, Insecure, will definitely come back in 2017, however.

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‘Divorce’ (Season 2)

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‘Divorce’ (Season 2)

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Sarah Jessica Parker’s dark comedy will also make a comeback next year on HBO.

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‘The Simpsons’ (Through Season 30. Yes, Season 30)

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‘The Simpsons’ (Through Season 30. Yes, Season 30)

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This FOX cartoon is going to outlive everyone you know.

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‘Finding Prince Charming’ (Season 2)

‘Finding Prince Charming’ (Season 2)

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“The Gay Bachelor” will be back once again!

It doesn’t sound like the Logo reality show will pick its new suitor out of Season 1’s leftovers, since the series held an online casting call this fall.

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‘Shameless’ (Season 8)

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‘Shameless’ (Season 8)

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Emmy Rossum (likely) got her raise, so now Showtime’s black comedy is free to start production.

Shameless Season 8 starts filming sometime in 2017.

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‘Luke Cage’ (Season 2)

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‘Luke Cage’ (Season 2)

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The Harlem superhero will return for Season 2 on Netflix. But, it’s unlikely you’ll see Luke’s standalone series in 2017.

Instead, expect The Defenders, an Avengers-style team-up series from the streaming service’s four Marvel heroes: Luke, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, and the soon-to-be-introduced Iron Fist.

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‘Full Frontal With Samantha Bee’ (Season 2)

‘Full Frontal With Samantha Bee’ (Season 2)

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The TBS comedy moves to Wednesdays in January. We doubt this news has made comedian Sam’s constant target Donald Trump very happy.

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‘Search Party’ (Season 2)

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‘Search Party’ (Season 2)

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While we wait for more — and betterArrested Development we’re more than happy to let this TBS comedy provide our Alia Shawkat fix.

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‘Scream’ (Season 3)

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‘Scream’ (Season 3)

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With Teen Wolf on the way out, MTV needs at least one sexy teen horror series on the air.

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‘Shooter’ (Season 2)

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‘Shooter’ (Season 2)

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Ryan Phillippe’s drama has been tapped for another run on USA.

While Shooter hasn’t been given a Season 2 premiere date, we expect it’ll debut in 2017.

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'Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath' (Season 2)

She's not done yet. @leahremini: #ScientologyTheAftermath will return for a second season!

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'Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath' (Season 2)

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The highly-publicized docuseries has been picked up for an additional ten episodes, which, like the first ten, will give a voice to former members of the Church of Scientology.

Production will begin sometime in 2017.

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'Legion' (Season 2)

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'Legion' (Season 2)

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 X-Men-inspired drama Legion has been killing it in the ratings, so it's no wonder FX ordered its sophomore season.

Episode count, as well as productions details, are still unknown.

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'The Good Fight' (Season 2)

Fall in love with #ChristineBaranski all over again. ❤️ #TheGoodFight premieres this Sunday, Feb 19th!

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Good news — only five episodes have aired thus far, but The Good Wife spin-off has been picked up for a second season on CBS.

Bad news — we'll have to wait until early 2018 to watch it.

 

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'12 Monkeys' (Season 4)

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'12 Monkeys' (Season 4)

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The plague continues in the fourth and final season of 12 Monkeys. With its time-twisting themes and edge-of-your-seat storyline, the SyFy series will be coming to a close in 2018. 

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'The Big Bang Theory' (Season 11 & Season 12)

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'The Big Bang Theory' (Season 11 & Season 12)

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Our favorite brainiacs will be returning to the small screen after securing a two-season, 48-episode renewal at CBS.

The agreement ensures that the hit show, currently in its 10th season, will stick around through Season 12. Can you say "Bazinga!"

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'Santa Clarita Diet' (Season 2)

'Santa Clarita Diet' (Season 2)

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Santa Clarita Diet fans can treat themselves to a second helping of the dark comedy featuring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant.

The original Netflix series has been renewed for a second season, less than two months shy of its debut on the streaming service. 

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'Nashville' (Season 6)

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'Nashville' (Season 6)

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The show must go on without Rayna! CMT has picked up a sixth of this musical drama, its second on the country-centric network.

The new episodes will air in early 2018, without our beloved Connie Britton.


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'Shadowhunters' (Season 3)

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'Shadowhunters' (Season 3)

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Freeform has clearly found success in turning YA book franchises into TV series —  Jace, Clary and the gang will be back for a third season of Shadowhunters.

The second half of Season 2 premieres in June 2017.

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Networks are in the thick of renewing their biggest TV shows for 2017 and beyond.

Take a look at the gallery below to find out which cable series you’ll see next year — plus all the details on the broadcast networks' current renewal spree!