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Keep up with what broadcast series are returning, canceled or have wrapped their run with THR's handy guide to the 2015-16 television season.

As the five broadcast networks prep their nearly 100 pilots ahead of May's upfront presentation to Madison Avenue buyers, executives must weigh whether or not to bring back perennial favorites and decide the fate of the numerous bubble shows that currently line their respective schedules.

Here's The Hollywood Reporter's handy guide to help keep track of what's coming back, what's canceled and all the new additions to the 2015-16 schedule for Fox, CBS, NBC, ABC and The CW. Keep checking back through upfronts as we continue to update this accordingly.

• Renewed shows in bold.


Veteran shows:
America's Funniest Home Videos: renewed for season 26
The Bachelor: renewed for cycle 20
Castle: renewed for season 8
Dancing With the Stars: renewed for cycle 20
Extreme Weight Loss: renewed for season 5
The Goldbergs: renewed for season 3
Grey's Anatomy: renewed for season 12

Last Man Standing (season 4)
Marvel's Agents of SHIELD: renewed for season 3
The Middle: renewed for season 7
Mistresses: renewed for season 3 in summer 2015
Modern Family: renewed for season 7
Nashville: renewed for season 4
Once Upon a Time: renewed for season 5

Resurrection: canceled after two seasons
Revenge: canceled after four seasons
Rookie Blue: renewed for season 6 in summer 2015
Scandal:renewed for season 5
Shark Tank: renewed for season 7
Shark Tank: Beyond the Tank: renewed for season 2

The Taste: canceled

Freshman shows:
American Crime: renewed for season 2

The Astronaut Wives Club picked up for season 1 in summer 2015
Cristela: canceled
Forever: canceled
Fresh Off the Boat: renewed for season 2
Galavant: renewed for season 2
How to Get Away With Murder: renewed for season 2

Manhattan Love Story (ABC Studios): canceled
Members Only: canceled before premiere
Marvel's Agent Carter: renewed for season 2
Secrets and Lies: renewed for season 2

Selfie: canceled
The Whispers picked up for season 1 in summer 2015

New shows:
The Catch (drama)
Dr. Ken (multicam comedy)
The Family (drama)
Of Kings and Prophets (drama)
The Muppets (comedy)
Quantico (drama)
The Real O'Neals (single-camera comedy)
Uncle Buck (single-camera comedy)
Untitled Pate & Fishburne Project (drama)
Wicked City (drama)

See more Broadcast TV's Returning Shows 2015-16


Veteran shows:
2 Broke Girls: renewed for season 5

The Amazing Race: Season 26 returns in February 2015
The Big Bang Theory: renewed for seasons 9, 10
Big Brother: renewed for season 17 in summer 2015 and season 18
Blue Bloods (season 5)
Criminal Minds (season 10)
CSI (season 15)
Elementary (season 3)
Extant: renewed for season 2 in summer 2015
48 Hours Mystery (season 28)
The Good Wife (season 6)
Hawaii Five-0 (season 5)
The Mentalist: canceled
Mike and Molly: renewed for season 6
The Millers: canceled
Mom: renewed for season 3
NCIS (season 12)
NCIS: Los Angeles (season 6)
Person of Interest (season 4)
Reckless: canceled
Survivor: Season 30 returns in February 2015
Two and a Half Men: canceled
Under the Dome: renewed for season 3 in summer 2015
Undercover Boss (season 6)
Unforgettable: canceled and revived for season 4 by A&E

Freshman shows:
Battle Creek: canceled
CSI: Cyber
Madam Secretary: renewed for second season
The McCarthys: canceled
NCIS: New Orleans: renewed for second season
The Odd Couple
Scorpion: renewed for second season
Stalker: canceled
The Dovekeepers (mini)

New shows:
Angel From Hell (single-camera comedy)
The Briefcase (unscripted, summer)
Code Black (drama)
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (drama)
Life in Pieces (single-camera comedy)
Limitless (drama)
Rush Hour (drama)
Supergirl (drama)
Zoo (summer 2015)

See more Broadcast TV's New Shows for 2015-16 Season

The CW

Veteran shows:
The 100: renewed for season three
America's Next Top Model: renewed for 22nd cycle
Arrow: renewed for season four

Backpackers (comedy): canceled
Beauty and the Beast: renewed for season 4 (summer)
Hart of Dixie: canceled
Masters of Illusion (reality): renewed for season 2
The Originals: renewed for season three
Penn & Teller: Fool Us (reality): renewed for season 2
Reign: renewed for season three

Seed (comedy): canceled
Supernatural: renewed for season 11
The Vampire Diaries: renewed for season seven
Whose Line Is it Anyway?: renewed for season 3

Freshman shows:
The Flash: renewed for season two
iZombie: renewed for season two
Jane the Virgin: renewed for season two

The Messengers: canceled

New shows:
Dates (Canadian acquisition/summer)
Wicked Offer (unscripted/summer)
Significant Mother (Seed comedy)
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

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Veteran shows:
American Idol (season 14)
Bob's Burgers: renewed for sixth season
Bones renewed for season 11
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: renewed for third season

The Cleveland Show: canceled
Family Guy: Renewed for season 14
The Following canceled after three seasons
Gang Related: canceled
Glee: canceled
Hell's Kitchen
Kitchen Nightmares: canceled
MasterChef: renewed for season 6
MasterChef Junior: renewed for season 4

The Mindy Project: canceled after three seasons but moving to Hulu
New Girl: renewed for season 5
The Simpsons: renewed through season 28
Sleepy Hollow: renewed for season 3 with new showrunner
So You Think You Can Dance: renewed for summer 2015

World's Funniest Fails (unscripted): Bows in January

Freshman shows:
Backstrom canceled
Bordertown (animated)
Empire: renewed for second season
Gotham: renewed for second season

Gracepoint: canceled
Hieroglyph: canceled before premiere
The Last Man on Earth: renewed for season 2 (13 episodes)
Mulaney: canceled
Red Band Society: effectively canceled
Utopia (reality): canceled
Wayward Pines
Weird Loners

New shows:
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader (unscripted, June)
Boom (unscripted)
The Frankenstein Code (drama)
Grandfathered (single-camera comedy)
The Grinder (single-camera comedy)
The Guide to Surviving Life (single-camera comedy)
Houdini and Doyle (10-episodes straight-to-series drama from Sony)
Lucifer (drama)
Minority Report (drama)
Scream Queens (straight to series 15-episode comedy anthology for fall)
The X-Files (six-part limited series)
Home Free (eight-episode unscripted)
Rosewood (drama)

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Veteran shows:
About a Boy canceled after two seasons
America's Got Talent: renewed for summer 2015
American Ninja Warrior: renewed for summer 2015
The Biggest Loser (season 16): renewed for winter/spring 2015 cycle
The Blacklist: renewed for season 3
Celebrity Apprentice: renewed for 15th cycle
Chicago Fire: renewed for season 4
Chicago PD: renewed for season 3

Community: Moved to Yahoo
Grimm: renewed for season 5
Hannibal (season 3)
Hollywood Game Night (reality): renewed for season 3
Last Comic Standing: renewed for summer 2015
Law & Order: SVU: renewed for season 17
The Night Shift: renewed for season 3

Parenthood: canceled
Parks and Recreation: canceled
The Sing-Off: renewed for fifth cycle
Taxi Brooklyn (summer)
Undateable: renewed for all-live season 3
The Voice (reality): renewed for winter/spring 2015 cycles
Welcome to Sweden (summer) -- renewed for season two

Freshman shows:
A to Z: canceled after 13
Allegiance: canceled after 5
Bad Judge: canceled after 13
Constantine: canceled after 13
Crossbones (summer): canceled
Emerald City (10-episode limited series, midseason): canceled before premiere and revived for 2015-16 season
Heroes Reborn (fall 2015)
Marry Me: canceled
Mission Control: canceled before premiere
Mr. Robinson: Bows in August
Mysteries of Laura: renewed for 13-episode second season
One Big Happy canceled
The Slap (miniseries, eight episodes)
State of Affairs: canceled
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: moved to Netflix (and renewed)
Working the Engels (summer): canceled

Aquarius (summer)

New shows:
Apocalypse (hourlong dramedy, Canadian co-production, 10 episodes)
Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris (10-episode variety show)
Blindspot (drama)
The Carmichael Show (six-episode comedy)
Chicago Med (drama)
Coach (13-episode comedy)
Crowded (multicamera comedy)
First Dates (eight-episode docuseries)
Game of Silence (drama)
Heartbreaker (drama)
I Can Do That! (six-episode variety show, summer)
The Island (six-episode Bear Grylls unscripted series)
Manhunt (anthology drama)
People Are Talking (multicamera comedy)
The Player (drama)
Shades of Blue (Jennifer Lopez drama/fall)
STRONG (unscripted)
Superstore (single-camera)
Telenovela (13-episode comedy picked up straight to series)

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