Network: The CW
The CW has a knack for making shows about hot and sweaty people, but it couldn't garner the right audience with its military drama, Valor. Due to consistently poor ratings, the freshman series was quickly axed.
CANCELLED: 'The Night Shift'
After four seasons, the summer medical drama will not continue on. Yeah, that means you need to find something else to watch if you want to stay in when the weather heats up.
RENEWED: 'The Gong Show'
In this amateur talent contest, Mike Myers stars as cheeky host and British comedy legend Tommy Maitland. Expect Myers to bring his signature brand of funny next season because he's surely on a roll
Network: The CW
Compared to its undesirable premiere ratings, Dynasty managed to gain an uptick by the end of Season 1. The show could still be much campier and melodramatic, but at least it's gaining more viewership.
RENEWED: 'A.P. Bio'
NBC will continue on with the A.P. Bio experiment. The Glenn Howerton comedy aired as a midseason replacement, but managed to make just the right impact to score a Season 2 renewal.
CANCELLED: 'Alex Inc'
Unfortunately, Zach Braff couldn't replicate the success of Scrubs. His latest small-screen attempt was brutally axed after the ninth episode aired
CANCELLED: 'Shots Fired'
This one definitely hurts. Shots Fired wasn't a big, flashy show, but it dealt with serious political and social issues with a level hand. It will definitely be missed.
CANCELLED: 'LA to Vegas'
LA to Vegas tried throwing everything into the kitchen sink at this point, including a potential Will Ferrell appearance. But even that wasn't enough. The show was given the boot after some careful consideration.
CANCELLED: 'The Originals'
Network: The CW
Well, somethings aren't meant to last. At least The Originals is getting a proper send off with Season 5 .
CANCELLED: 'Living Biblically'
After terrible ratings, CBS quickly pulled Living Biblically off its primetime schedule. The new series was one of the lowest-rated CBS originals of the season. Yikes!
RENEWED: 'Black Lightning'
Network: The CW
There's a new superhero in town, and he's here to stay. Black Lightning has certainly amped up The CW's cool factor, while also bringing important social and racial issues to the forefront.
CANCELLED: 'Superior Donuts'
It's a surprise this goofy comedy survived for two seasons, but CBS has finally cut Superior Donuts' lifeline.
RENEWED: 'Life in Pieces'
This was the first year this CBS comedy was left on the bubble. Clearly, things worked out nicely since Life in Pieces has been green-lit for a fourth season.
RENEWED: 'American Housewife'
Katie Otto will keep on truckin' on against all the cookie-cutter mommies who doubt her parenting skills. Expect another season of laughter when fall rolls around.
CBS is sticking with this freshly-aired, midseason drama series. In Instinct, Alan Cumming portrays Dr. Dylan Reinhart — who also happens to be the first openly gay lead character on a broadcast drama.
RENEWED: 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow'
We should all be grateful for the effervescent Sara Lance. She has truly made Legends of Tomorrow a delight to watch, and we hope she gets even more screen time in Season 4.
RENEWED: 'The 100'
Network: The CW
The 100's renewal was a bit of surprise, but Clarke and her comrades are not to be messed with, okay!
The world may be doomed on Salvation, but this CBS thriller continues to thrive!
Some shows are just plain ol' stinkers, and 9JKLcertainly is one of them. CBS quickly cancelled this freshman series due to its grievously low ratings.
Luck has run out for Scorpion after four lukewarm seasons. The Katherine McPhee-led drama will not be returning next fall, but maybe she'll put out another album now?
Some shows are born duds, and Zoo is one of them. CBS finally cancelled the drama series after three mediocre seasons.
CANCELLED: 'The Mayor'
Poor Lea Michelle! Can someone give this immensely talented woman a hit new show that won't get axed? First Scream Queens and now this. DAMN!
Based on the movie of the same name, Taken was a bizarre choice for a TV reboot. It clearly failed to materialize on the film's success, and its cancellation isn't a tough loss.
CANCELLED: 'Me, Myself & I'
Even though Bobby Moynihan was a standout on SNL, he couldn't bring the same magic to his own comedy series.
This reboot has found just the right amount of viewers to stay alive for Season 3. Sure, it isn't the most notable CBS drama, but at least it packs a punch and showcases some killer hairdos.
Can we get a woot woot for Liv Moore? This is one hilarious zombie who we never want to say goodbye to. Thank you Rob Thomas for putting out one consistent season after another.
CANCELLED: 'Wisdom of the Crowd'
Plagued by low ratings and the controversy surrounding Jeremy Piven's sexual misconduct allegations, Wisdom of the Crowd quickly became a sinking ship for CBS.
CANCELLED: 'The Brave'
After just one season, NBC decided to close the door on The Brave. The military drama starring Anne Heche and Mike Vogel couldn't rely on its stars' nostalgic factor, and the feeble storylines certainly didn't help its case.
RENEWED: 'Chicago Med'
Season 4 was always a sure thing for this Dick Wolf-produced drama. Don't be surprised if it lives well into the double digits.
Looks like CBS has demanded more Ransom! After its midseason debut, the series has seen an uptick in viewership, and it certainly bodes well with the network's flagship audience.
The musical drama has been given a third life. Queen Latifah's deliciously harmonious series hit all the high notes this season, which is why its renewal isn't a shocker at all.
CANCELLED: 'Ten Days in the Valley'
Suffice to say, Kyra Sedgwick's talents were wasted here. Audiences failed to connect with the clunky plot lines, and ABC quickly let the Ten Days in the Valley out of its misery.
CANCELLED: 'Code Black'
After a major casting shake up at the end of its debut season, Code Black tried to come in swinging, but failed to build an audience. It didn't take long for the show to flatline
CANCELLED: 'The Exorcist'
After undergoing major casting and narrative changes for Season 2, The Exorcist finally found a terrifying rhythm. Unfortunately, it was a little too late.
RENEWED: 'Man With a Plan'
Matt LeBlanc's fairly-new series somehow managed to pull a win. You can expect to see the Burns in action again for a third season.
RENEWED: 'Big Brother'
Julie Chen will return with a fresh batch of delusional, thirsty, and manipulative nobodies looking to make an extra dollar. You can always expected the unexpected on Big Brother.
RENEWED: 'The Blacklist'
It came down to the wire, but NBC has continued to stick by The Blacklist. The show will return for Season 6, but will the audience?
RENEWED: 'Midnight, Texas'
You might be unfamiliar with this cult hit, but Midnight, Texas has built a devoted viewership that's stuck by it. You can look forward to more spooks and thrills next season.
As a middle-of-the-pack ratings earner Blindspotmanaged to earn a Season 4 renewal. Clearly the peacock has a soft spot for this drama.
CANCELLED: 'The Middle'
After a whopping nine seasons, The Middle was yanked off the air before it hit a major milestone. One more year and it could've been on for a decade! Yeah, this one sure hurts.
CANCELLED: 'Kevin (Probably) Saves the World'
Sometimes you try your best, and things still don't work out. That's definitely the case with Kevin (Probably) Saves the World. In spite of boasting a well-meshed ensemble cast, this little comedy simply couldn't pull it off in the long run. Hey, it was good while it lasted, right?
CANCELLED: 'Shades of Blue'
Jennifer Lopez will hang up her TV hat after the third and final season of Shades of Blue. It'll be nice to see Harlee receive a well thought-out ending, especially since the series dragged quite a bit in Season 2.
Network: The CW
Never count out Kara and her girl gang! These fierce divas will be back to kick some butt next season, and we can't wait.