Want to know where your sweet new shows are and if they're sticking around? Never fear, Wetpaint Entertainment is here. We dug into all the new shows premiering on the major networks, and we're here to let you know the status.
Just to be totally clear, here's what the status of the show means:
Ordered for a full season: The network has okayed a full season for the show, and will complete Season 1.
Renewed for Season 2: Hooray, this show is coming back next year!
Premiering midseason: It's premiering later in the TV season — probably around January or February 2014 — so it hasn't had a chance to shine yet.
We all know what "canceled" means.
Read on for the fates of network TV's newest shows!
Back in the Game: A mother and recent divorcee moves in with her distant father, a drunkard and former baseballer. Starring James Caan. — More or less canceled, but will air a full 13 episodes.
The Goldbergs: A comedy about a high-strung family in the '80s. Starring Andrea Anders, Regina King, Adam Goldberg, and Jason Jones. — Ordered for a full season.
Super Fun Night: Three nerdy friends endeavor to have “super fun” every Friday night. Starring Rebel Wilson. — Additional episodes ordered; no season order yet.
Trophy Wife: A former party girl falls for a guy who happens to have three conniving kids and two mean ex-wives. Starring Bradley Whitford, Malin Akerman, and Marcia Gay Harden. — Ordered for a full season.
Mind Games: A "bipolar genius" and a "slick ex-con" team up to form a problem-solving agency. Oh, and they're brothers. Previously called Influence. Starring Christian Slater and Steve Zahn. — Premiering midseason.
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: Alice is a woman "who has a generous heart but carries the scars of a long hard life" in this Once Upon a Time spin-off set in pre-curse Wonderland. Starring Sophie Lowe, Paul Reubens, and Emma Rigby. — No news yet, but it doesn't look good.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics Division conducts their superhero-heavy covert operations in this Avengers spin-off. Starring Ming-Na. — Ordered for a full season.
Bad Teacher: An innappropriate party girl becomes a teacher for the wrong reasons in this adaptation of the 2011 Cameron Diaz movie. Starring Ari Graynor, Kristin Davis, David Alan Grier, Sara Gilbert, and Ryan Hansen. — Premiering midseason.
The Crazy Ones: A father/daughter workplace comedy set in the world of advertising. Starring Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Hamish Linklater, Amanda Setton, and James Wolk. — Ordered for a full season.
Friends With Better Lives: Four 35-year-old guys all think they have it worse than the other three. Starring James Van Der Beek, Majandra Delfino, Kevin Connolly, and Brooklyn Decker. — Premiering midseason.
Mom: A newly-single woman rebuilds her life in Napa Valley, California. Co-starring Anna Faris, French Stewart, and Allison Janney. — Ordered for a full season.
The Millers: A man not only has to deal with his recent divorce but also with the sudden invasion of his parents. Starring Will Arnett, Beau Bridges, J.B. Smoove, Michael Rapaport, and Margo Martindale. — Ordered for a full season.
We Are Men: Previously called Ex-Men. A group of friends rally around a newly-single guy. Starring Jerry O’Connell, Kal Penn, and Tony Shalhoub. — Canceled after just two episodes.
Hostages: A family is stuck in the middle of a political conspiracy. Starring Toni Collette, Rhys Coiro, James Naughton, and Dylan McDermott. — Only got 15 episodes for its first season, and things don't look good for a Season 2.
Intelligence: A unit that has been created at US Cyber Command around one agent with a very special gift — the ability to access the entire electromagnetic spectrum, thanks to a microchip that has been implanted in his brain. Starring Josh Holloway, Michael Rady, Meghan Ory, and Marg Helgenberger. — Premiering mid-season on Tuesday, January 7.
Reckless: A Yankee litigator and a Southern city attorney struggle to hide their intense attraction while clashing amid a police sex scandal. Starring Cam Gigandet, Adam Rodriguez, Shawn Hatosy, and Michael Gladis. — Premiering midseason.
The Hundred: Ninety-seven years after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization, a spaceship housing the lone human survivors sends 100 juvenile delinquents back to Earth to investigate the possibility of recolonizing the planet. Starring Henry Ian Cuisick, Isaiah Washington, Kelly Hu, and Paige Turco. — Premiering midseason.
The Originals: Klaus returns to his former home, the “supernatural melting pot” of New Orleans’s French Quarter, and is reunited with “his diabolical former protégé Marcel” in this Vampire Diaries spin-off. Starring Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Phoebe Tonkin, Claire Holt, and Danielle Campbell. — Ordered for a full season.
Star-Crossed A human girl and an alien boy strike up an epic romance when he and eight others of his kind — The Orion 9 — are integrated into a suburban high school 10 years after they and hundreds of others landed on Earth and were immediately consigned to an internment camp where they've been imprisoned ever since. — Premiering midseason.
Reign:When Mary Queen of Scots arrives in France at age 15 with her three best friends and ladies-in-waiting, she must survive the power plays and sexual intrigue of the French Court. — Ordered for a full season.
The Tomorrow People: Young people possessing special powers team up to defeat forces of evil. Starring Robbie Amell, Aaron Yoo, and Mark Pellegrino. Picked up for the 2013-2014 season. — Ordered for a full season.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: A ragtag group of detectives keep up their zany antics under the supervision of a new, much more stern boss. Starring Andy Samberg, Robert Wisdom, Joe Lo Truglio, and Terry Crews. — Ordered for a full season.
Dads: Two successful thirty-something guys get their style cramped when their dads move in. Starring Seth Green, Giovanni Ribisi, and Martin Mull. Picked up for the 2013-2014 season. — Ordered for a full season.
Enlisted: A comedy from Cougar Town co-creator Kevin Biegel about three brothers who work at an Army base in Florida. Starring Keith David and Parker Young. Picked up for the 2013-2014 season. — Premiering midseason on Friday, January 10 at 9:30 p.m.
Surviving Jack: A boy becomes a man and a man becomes a father in a time before coming of age was "something you could Google." Starring Christopher Meloni. — Premiering midseason on Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Us & Them: Two lovers don’t have a problem with their in-laws so much as their in-laws have problems with themselves. Starring Jason Ritter, Alexis Bledel, and Jane Kaczmarek. — Already canceled, but may air the six episodes already produced starting midseason.
Almost Human: Produced by J.J. Abrams, J.H. Wyman, and Fringe's Bryan Burk. A buddy cop drama set in the near future when LAPD officers are all partnered up with human-like androids. Starring Karl Urban, Michael Ealy, Lili Taylor, Minka Kelly, Michael Irby, Mackenzie Crook, and Mekia Cox. — After postponing the premiere date, Fox will begin airing the series on November 17.
Gang Related: A rookie cop rises in the ranks of the San Francisco Department, but — twist! — he's actually a gang member going undercover. Starring Jay Hernandez, Terry O'Quinn, and RZA. — Premiering midseason.
Rake: A criminal defense lawyer is brilliant in spite of — or perhaps because of — his unfiltered mouth and self-destructive personality. Starring Greg Kinnear. — Premiering midseason on Sunday, January 19.
Sleepy Hollow: A modern-day Ichabod Crane helps Sleepy Hollow’s sheriff fight evil in their small town. Starring Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie. — Already renewed for Season 2.
About a Boy: An immature man befriends the loner kid next door in this comedy based on the Hugh Grant movie of the same name. Starring David Walton and Minnie Driver. — Premiering midseason.
Growing Up Fisher: Formerly titled The Family Guide. Divorce is the unlikely catalyst for the repairing of a family in this 1980s-set comedy. Starring Parker Posey, Harold Perrineau, and J.K. Simmons. — Premiering midseason.
The Michael J. Fox Show: A father of three faces many challenges in his personal and private life, not the least of which is his Parkinson’s disease. Starring Michael J. Fox, Betsy Brandt, Katie Finneran, and Wendell Pierce. — No news yet, but the show is already airing internationally.
Sean Saves the World: A man must simultaneously learn how to be a father to his teenage daughter and an employee of his emotional new boss. Starring Sean Hayes and Lindsay Sloane. — No full-season order yet, but NBC has ordered additional episodes.
Undateable: A group of “undateable” friends meet a confident character who turns their worlds upside down. Starring Chris D'Elia. Picked up for the 2013-2014 season. — Premiering midseason.
Untitled Craig Robinson Project: We still don't have a title for The Office alum Craig Robinson's pilot about a talented musician adjusting to becoming a middle school music teacher, but we know it's happening. — Premiering midseason.
The Night Shift: Previously called After Hours. A group of army doctors reunites in the night shift at a San Antonio hospital. Starring Freddy Rodriguez, Jill Flint, and Ken Leung. — Premiering midseason.
Believe: An escaped prisoner protects a gifted young girl from the evil forces after her power. Starring Sienna Guillory, Kyle McLachlan, Jamie Chung, Delroy Lindo, Jake McLaughlin. — Premiering midseason.
The Blacklist: An international criminal surrenders and begins naming names, helping the feds track down his former accomplices. Starring Ryan Eggold and James Spader. — Ordered for a full season, and, since the show is making NBC a good chunk of change, the outlook is good for Season 2.
Chicago PD: Detective Antonio Dawson and his Chicago Police Department cronies are at the heart of this Chicago Fire spin-off, set to be tested in a backdoor pilot. Starring Jon Seda and Tania Raymonde. — Premiering midseason on January 8, 2014
Crisis: A Secret Service agent begins his first day at work only to find out that he is in the middle of an international crisis. Starring Gillian Anderson, Dermot Mulroney, Max Martini, Lance Gross, Halston Sage, and Rachael Taylor. — Planned for midseason; production has halted.
Ironside: A remake of the 1960s drama about a tough detective relegated to but not limited by a wheelchair. Starring Blair Underwood and Spencer Grammer. — Canceled after just three episodes.