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With the 2021 TV season underway, we look ahead to what the future holds for both new and returning shows, whether currently airing or on hiatus.

Scroll down to find out which of your favorites have been renewed across cable, premium channels, and streaming services. (Note: This list only includes seasons that have yet to begin airing.)

ABC

Bachelor in Paradise, Season 7

Wheel of Fortune, through 2022

Jeopardy!, through 2022

The $100,000 Pyramid, Season 5

American Idol, Season 4

The Good Doctor, Season 5

Grey’s Anatomy, Season 18

Station 19, Season 5

A Million Little Things, Season 4

The Rookie, Season 4

The Conners, Season 4

The Goldbergs, Season 9

Home Economics, Season 2

Adult Swim

Tuca & Bertie, Season 2 (revived after being canceled at Netflix)

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Amazon

Hanna, Season 3

Carnival Row, Season 2

Modern Love, Season 2

Lord of the Rings, Season 2

Bosch, Season 7 (final season)

The Boys, Season 3

Hunters, Season 2

The Wilds, Season 2

Invincible, Seasons 2 & 3

AMC

The Walking Dead, Season 11 (final season)

Fear the Walking Dead, Season 7

Better Call Saul, Season 6 (final season)

Soulmates, Season 2

Apple TV+

Dickinson, Season 2

For All Mankind, Seasons 2 & 3

The Morning Show, Season 2

See, Season 2

Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, Season 2

Ted Lasso, Seasons 2 & 3

Servant, Season 3

Central Park, Season 2 & 3

Home Before Dark, Season 2

Truth Be Told, Season 2

Tehran, Season 2

The Mosquito Coast, Season 2

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BBC America

Killing Eve, Season 4

McMafia, Season 2

BET

Games People Play, Season 2

Twenties, Season 2

Tyler Perry’s The Oval, Season 3

Tyler Perry’s Sistas, Season 3

Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, Season 9

Tyler Perry’s Assisted Living, Season 3

CBS

Dr. Phil, through 2023

Survivor, Season 41

Blood & Treasure, Season 2

Evil, Season 2

Big Brother, Season 23

Love Island, Season 3

Bob Hearts Abishola, Season 3

The Neighborhood, Season 4

Young Sheldon, Seasons 5, 6, & 7

The Equalizer, Season 2

FBI, Season 4

FBI: Most Wanted, Season 3

Tough as Nails, Seasons 3 & 4

NCIS, Season 19

Blue Bloods, Season 12

S.W.A.T., Season 5

Bull, Season 6

Magnum P.I., Season 4

NCIS: Los Angeles, Season 13

B Positive, Season 2

United States of Al, Season 2

SEAL Team, Season 5

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Comedy Central

South Park, Seasons 24, 25 & 26

Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens, Season 2

The CW

All American, Season 4

Batwoman, Season 3

Black Lightning, Season 4 (final season)

Charmed, Season 4

Dynasty, Season 5

In the Dark, Season 4

Legacies, Season 4

Nancy Drew, Season 3

Roswell, New Mexico, Season 4

Riverdale, Season 6

Supergirl, Season 6 (final season)

The Flash, Season 8

The Outpost, Season 4

Walker, Season 2

Superman & Lois, Season 2

Kung Fu, Season 2

DC’s Stargirl, Season 3

Disney+

The Mandalorian, Season 3

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, Season 2

The World According to Jeff Goldblum, Season 2

Diary of a Future President, Season 2

EPIX

Godfather of Harlem, Season 2

Perpetual Grace, LTD, Season 2

Fox

Hell’s Kitchen, Seasons 19 & 20

The Simpsons, Season 32

Duncanville, Season 3

I Can See Your Voice, Season 2

Call Me Kat, Season 2

The Resident, Season 5

9-1-1, Season 5

9-1-1: Lone Star, Season 3

The Great North, Season 3

The Masked Singer, Season 6

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Freeform

grown-ish, Seasons 3 & 4

Everything’s Gonna Be Okay, Season 2

Motherland: Fort Salem, Season 2

Good Trouble, Season 3

The Bold Type, Season 5 (final season)

FX

Mayans MC, Season 3

Pose, Season 3

Atlanta, Seasons 3 & 4

Better Things, Season 5

What We Do in the Shadows, Season 3

Snowfall, Season 5

American Horror Story, Seasons 10, 11, 12, & 13

American Crime Story, Season 3

Mr Inbetween, Season 3

Taboo, Season 2

Breeders, Season 3

FXX

Dave, Season 2

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Seasons 15, 16, 17 & 18

Archer, Season 12

Hallmark Channel

Good Witch, Season 7

When Calls the Heart, Season 8

Chesapeake Shores, Season 5

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HBO

Insecure, Season 5

My Brilliant Friend, Season 3

Westworld, Season 4

Barry, Season 3

Gentleman Jack, Season 2

Euphoria, Season 2

Los Espookys, Season 2

Succession, Season 3

The Righteous Gemstones, Season 2

Avenue 5, Season 2

We’re Here, Season 2

Betty, Season 2

Curb Your Enthusiasm, Season 11

His Dark Materials, Season 3 (final season)

Last Week Tonight, Season 10

Perry Mason, Season 2

Real Time With Bill Maher, Season 20

How to With John Wilson, Season 2

Industry, Season 2

A Black Lady Sketch Show, Season 3

HBO Max

Love Life, Season 2

Legendary, Season 2

Doom Patrol, Season 3

Raised by Wolves, Season 2

The Other Two, Season 2

South Side, Season 2

12 Dates of Christmas, Season 2

The Flight Attendant, Season 2

Search Party, Season 5

Selena + Chef, Season 3

Hulu

The Handmaid’s Tale, Seasons 4 & 5

Shrill, Season 3

The Orville, Season 3

The Great, Season 2

Ramy, Season 3

Love, Victor, Season 2

Taste the Nation, Season 2

Crossing Swords, Season 2

Dollface, Season 2

Solar Opposites, Seasons 2 & 3

Woke, Season 2

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IFC

Documentary Now!, Season 4

Sherman’s Showcase, Season 2

Lifetime

Married at First Sight, Seasons 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 & 17

MTV

Wild ‘N Out, Seasons 15 & 16

National Geographic

Genius: Aretha Franklin, Season 3

NBC

American Ninja Warrior, Season 13

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Season 8

New Amsterdam, Seasons 4 & 5

Making It, Season 3

Chicago Fire, Seasons 10 & 11

Chicago Med, Seasons 7 & 8

Chicago P.D., Seasons 9 & 10

Law & Order: SVU, Seasons 23 & 24

A Little Late Night With Lilly Singh, Season 2

This Is Us, Season 6

Transplant, Season 2

The Kelly Clarkson Show, Seasons 3 & 4 (via NBCUniversal Syndication)

The Blacklist, Season 9

Mr. Mayor, Season 2

Netflix

The Baby-Sitters Club, Season 2

Russian Doll, Season 2

Lucifer, Season 6 (final season)

After Life, Season 3

Sex Education, Season 3

Grace and Frankie, Season 7 (final season)

The Crown, Seasons 5 & 6 (final season)

Ozark, Season 4 (final season)

Dead to Me, Season 3 (final season)

Family Reunion, Season 2

Dear White People, Season 4 (final season)

Another Life, Season 2

The Witcher, Season 2

Raising Dion, Season 2

You, Season 3

Atypical, Season 4 (final season)

Lost in Space, Season 3 (final season)

Sweet Magnolia, Season 2

Outer Banks, Season 2

Warrior Nun, Season 2

Virgin River, Season 3

Stranger Things, Season 4

Queer Eye, Season 6

Never Have I Ever, Season 2

Love Is Blind, Seasons 2 & 3

Locke & Key, Season 2 & 3

The Last Kingdom, Season 5

The Circle, Seasons 2 & 3

Black Summer, Season 2

#blackAF, Season 2

Big Mouth, Seasons 5 & 6

The Umbrella Academy, Season 3

Emily in Paris, Season 2

Too Hot to Handle, Seasons 2 & 3

On My Block, Season 4 (final season)

Fate: The Winx Saga, Season 2

Selling Sunset, Seasons 4 & 5

Bling Empire, Season 2

Ginny & Georgia, Season 2

Firefly Lane, Season 2

Shadow and Bone, Season 2

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Nickelodeon

PAW Patrol, Season 9

Blue’s Clues & You, Season 4

Santiago of the Seas, Season 2

OWN

Queen Sugar, Season 6

David Makes Man, Season 2

Cherish the Day, Season 2

Paramount+

No Activity, Season 4

The Good Fight, Season 5

Star Trek: Discovery, Season 4

Why Women Kill, Season 2

Star Trek: Picard, Season 2

Star Trek: Lower Decks, Season 3

Paramount Network

Yellowstone, Season 4

Peacock

A.P. Bio, Season 4

Saved by the Bell, Season 2

Girls5eva, Season 2

Showtime

Billions, Season 5

Desus & Mero, Season 3

The L Word: Generation Q, Season 2

Work in Progress, Season 2

Back to Life, Season 2

The Chi, Season 4

Black Monday, Season 3

City on a Hill, Season 3

Shudder

Creepshow, Season 3

Starz

American Gods, Season 3

Outlander, Season 6

P-Valley, Season 2

The Girlfriend Experience, Season 2

Hightown, Season 2

Power Book II: Ghost, Season 2

Sundance Now

A Discovery of Witches, Seasons 2 & 3

Syfy

Van Helsing, Season 5 (final season)

TBS

The Misery Index, Season 3

American Dad, Season 18

The Last O.G., Season 4

Miracle Workers, Season 3

Full Frontal With Samantha Bee, Season 6

Wipeout, Season 2

Chad, Season 2

TNT

Claws, Season 4 (final season)

Animal Kingdom, Season 6

Snowpiercer, Season 3

TV Land

Younger, Season 7

Tru TV

Tacoma FD, Season 3

Impractical Jokers, Season 10

Fast Foodies, Season 2

USA

Miz & Mrs., Season 2

Queen of the South, Season 5

The Sinner, Season 4

Chrisley Knows Best, Season 9

Growing Up Chrisley, Season 3

VH1

RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars, Season 6

This article originally ran on tvinsider.com.

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