Are your favorite shows returning for the upcoming 2020-2021 TV season?
While many shows are in the middle of airing their current season, fans are already getting antsy about whether or not the shows will secure a comeback in the fall.
The CW renewed much of their roster for the upcoming season, so you can breathe a sigh of relief.
NBC’s Superstore and Brooklyn Nine-Nine have gotten pick-ups along with This Is Us and New Amsterdam. Blacklist is also safe for one more season.
A few shows are still in limbo for the upcoming seasons including Manifest (currently airing its second season), Emergence (wrapped up its first season), God Friended Me (airing its second season), and more.
Below you’ll find which shows are currently airing a season, which ones were renewed, which ones canceled. The TBD means that a show has not yet gotten news about its upcoming season, so check back soon!
Check out where your favorite network shows stand below:
America’s Funniest Home Videos: Renewed through Season 31
American Housewife: Renewed for Season 5
American Idol: Renewed for Season 18 (Season 3 on ABC)
A Million Little Things: Renewed for Season 3
The Bachelor: Renewed for Season 25
The Bachelorette: Renewed for Season 16
Bachelor in Paradise: Renewed for Season 7
Baker and the Beauty, The: Airing Season 1, TBD
black-ish: Renewed for Season 7
Bless this Mess: Cancelled
The Conners: Renewed for Season 3
Dancing with the Stars: Renewed for Season 29
Emergence – Cancelled
Fresh Off the Boat: Ending after Season 6
For Life: Airing Season 1, TBD
The Goldbergs: Renewed for Season 8
The Good Doctor: Renewed for Season 4
Grey’s Anatomy: Renewed through Season 17
How to Get Away With Murder: Airing sixth and final season
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Renewed for seventh and final season
Modern Family: Airing 11th and final season
Reef Break: Canceled after one season
The Rookie: Renewed for Season 3
Shark Tank: Renewed for Season 12
Single Parents: Cancelled
Station 19: Renewed for Season 4
Stumptown: Renewed for season 2
Grand Hotel: Canceled after one season
The 100: Renewed for seventh and final season
All American: Renewed for Season 3
Arrow: Airing eighth and final season
Batwoman: Renewed for Season 2
Black Lightning: Renewed for Season 4
Charmed: Renewed for Season 3
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Renewed for Season 6
Dynasty: Renewed for Season 4
The Flash: Renewed for Season 7
In the Dark: Renewed for Season 3
Legacies: Renewed for Season 3
Nancy Drew: Renewed for Season 2
The Outpost: Renewed for Season 3
Riverdale: Renewed for Season 5
Roswell, New Mexico: Renewed for Season 3
Supergirl: Renewed for Season 6
Supernatural: Airing 15th and final season
9-1-1: Renewed for Season 4
9-1-1: Lone Star: Renewed for Season 2
Almost Family: Canceled
Beat Shazam: Renewed for Season 4
Bless the Harts: Renewed for Season 2
Bob’s Burgers: Renewed for Season 11
Deputy: Airing Season 1, TBD
Empire: Airing sixth and final season
Family Guy: Airing Season 18, TBD
Hell’s Kitchen: Renewed through Season 20
Last Man Standing: Renewed for Season 9
The Masked Singer: Renewed for Season 3
MasterChef: Renewed for Season 11
MasterChef Junior: Renewed for Season 8
Outmatched: Airing Season 1, TBD
The Orville: Renewed for Season 3, which will air on Hulu
Prodigal Son: Renewed for Season 2
The Resident: Renewed for Season 4
The Simpsons: Renewed through Season 32
So You Think You Can Dance: Renewed for Season 17
America’s Got Talent: The Champions: Renewed for Season 2
A.P. Bio: Renewed for Season 3 and moving to NBC’s streaming service
American Ninja Warrior: Renewed for Season 9
The Blacklist: Renewed for Season 8
Blindspot: Renewed for fifth and final season
Bluff City Law: Canceled after one season
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Renewed for Season 8
Chicago Fire: Airing Season 8, ordered for 3 more seasons through season 11
Chicago Med: Airing Season 5, ordered for 3 more seasons through season 8
Chicago P.D.: Airing Season 7, ordered for 3 more seasons through season 10
Days of Our Lives: Renewed for Season 56
Good Girls: Renewed for Season 4
The Good Place: Ended after four seasons
Law & Order: SVU: Airing Season 21
Manifest: Airing Season 2/ TBD
New Amsterdam: Renewed through Season 5
Saturday Night Live: Airing Season 45
Songland: Renewed for Season 2
Sunnyside: Moved to NBC’s digital service
Superstore: Renewed for Season 6
The InBetween: Canceled after one season
This Is Us: Renewed through Season 6
The Voice: Renewed through Season 18
Will & Grace: Airing 11th and final season
World of Dance: Renewed for Season 4
All Rise: Picked up for full first season
The Amazing Race: Renewed for Season 32
Big Brother: Renewed for Season 22
Blood & Treasure: Renewed for Season 2
Blue Bloods: Renewed for Season 11
Bob Hearts Abishola: Picked up for full first season
Bull: Renewed for Season 5
Carol’s Second Act: Canceled
Criminal Minds: Renewed for 15th and final season
Evil: Renewed for Season 2
FBI: Renewed for Season 3
FBI: Most Wanted: Renewed for Season 2
God Friended Me: Canceled after two seasons
Hawaii Five-0: Airing Season 10, TBD Season 11
Love Island: Renewed for Season 2
MacGyver: Renewed for Season 5
Madam Secretary:Airing sixth and final season
Magnum P.I.: Renewed for Season 3
Man With a Plan: Canceled
Mom: Renewed through Season 8
NCIS: Renewed for Season 18
NCIS: Los Angeles: Renewed for Season 12
NCIS: New Orleans: Renewed for Season 7
The Neighborhood: Airing Season 2, TBD
Survivor: Renewed for Season 40
S.W.A.T.: Airing Season 3, TBD
SEAL Team: Airing Season 3, TBD
The Unicorn: Picked up for full first season
Young Sheldon: Renewed through Season 4
What to Watch December 2020: ‘Selena: The Series,’ ‘Blue Bloods,’ ‘Shameless, ‘Sabrina’ and More!
The holidays are upon us and with that, some much-needed time to just sit back and relax with loved ones.
And there’s no better way to bond with others than by watching TV!
Here are all the exciting additions coming to primetime, cable, and streaming in December?
What are you adding to your binge-watch list?
SEAL Team – CBS (December 2)
Season 4 returns with a 2-hour season premiere with the team’s potential shakeup. Per the synopsis: “Bravo Team enters enemy territory in the snowy Spin Ghar Mountain Range to capture Al-Hazred, the leader of a terrorist group and son of the terrorist leader that Jason took down early in his career and made him Bravo One.”
Selena: The Series – Netflix (December 4)
The spirit of Selena Quintanilla comes to life in Netflix’s biopic starring Christian Serratos. Re-live the story of the Tejano music and iconic Mexican-American pop star. We interview Madison Taylor-Baez, who plays young Selena in the series. Check it out now.
The Hardy Boys – Hulu (December 4)
The Hardy Boys are back… and they’re on the case. To fill the Nancy-Drew sized void in your life, Hulu is rebooting the mystery series that will deliver action packed twists you didn’t see coming!
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays – Netflix (December 4)
There’s nothing like getting into the holiday spirit with some tasty treats. The third season of the baking competition finds former bakers competing in holiday-themed challenges.
MacGyver, Magnum P.I., and Blue Bloods – CBS (December 4)
The trio of veteran CBS dramas returns on the first Friday of the month for season 5, season 3, and season 11, respectively.
Shameless – Showtime (December 6)
The final season (season 11) is upon us. It’s time to say goodbye to the Gallagher family after nearly 10 years together.
Euphoria – HBO (December 6)
While this isn’t a second season announcement, HBO will air two special episodes bridging the gap between season 1 and 2, which has been halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Grinch the Musical – NBC (December 9)
Your heart might grow three sizes when you see Matthew Morrison take on the cynical creature in the theatrical event.
High School Musical: The Musical: Holiday Special – Disney+ (December 11)
Celebrate the holiday with the cast of HSMTMTS as they sing their favorite joyful songs and recall some holiday memories.
Bridgerton – Netflix (December 25)
Shondaland is here to give you your next obsession. Shonda Rhimes’ first Netflix show following her transition from ABC is based on the popular best-selling book. It follows eight children of the late Viscount Bridgerton in Regency in the early 1800s England.
Letterkenny – Hulu (December 26)
The comedy sitcom about the residents of Letterkenny, a small community in Canada, returns for its ninth season!
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – Netflix (December 31)
It’s time to say goodbye to the Spellman clan, but not before one last hurrah. The fourth and final season of the Riverdale spinoff premieres on the final day of 2020. According to the synopsis,”The Eldritch Terrors descend upon Greendale [and] the coven must fight each terrifying threat one-by-one (The Weird, The Returned, The Darkness to name a few), all leading up to… The Void, which is the End of All Things.
Godmothered – Disney+ (December 4)
Based on the trailer and the fact that Isla Fisher stars in the film, it’s giving me Enchanted vibes, which is a great thing. Jillian Bell stars as Eleanor, an inexperienced fairy godmother-in-training hoping to help Mackenzie Walsh (Fisher).
The Prom – Netflix (December 11)
Ryan Murphy return to the streaming giant with a musical, based on the critically acclaimed 2018 Broadway musical. It follows a star-studded cast (Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Keegan-Michael Key, James Corden and Andrew Rannells) of Broadway stars who visit a small-town in Indiana to help a high school girl named Emma attend to prom with her girlfriend.
The Midnight Sky – Netflix (December 23)
Times are bleak, but this post-apocalyptic space thriller hopes that you’ll indulge anyway. It follows George Clooney’s Augustine, a lonely scientist in the Arctic, hoping to contact astronauts to warn them against returning home tp Earth, where a mysterious catastrophe has taken place. Meanwhile, the astronauts, led by Felicity Jones, wonder why contact with Mission Control has seized.
Soul – Disney+ (December 25)
The highly-anticipated Pixar film arrives as a treat from Santa. After its theatrical release was delayed due to the COVID pandemic, the film will hit the streaming service with its star-studded cast of Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, Daveed Diggs, Phylicia Rashad, Angela Bassett, and Graham Norton.
Chess Boards Are Sold Out and You Can Thank Netflix’s ‘The Queen’s Gambit’
Queen’s Gambit is taking the chess world by storm.
In a case of art influences life, sales of chess boards have skyrocketed thanks to the Netflix limited series.
The series, set in the 1950s, trails the rise of a young orphan, Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), who finds chess to be an outlet, leading her to become a female prodigy.
Spin Master, a Toronto-based toy merchant, said that chess sales have increased by “triple digits” since the show’s premiere on October 23.
Goliath Games has also noted a surge of more than 1,000 percent, NPR notes.
“Our October sales for chess were up 178% over the same period last year,” Mary Higbe, director of marketing at Goliath Games, said. “That’s a big increase. But something else unexpected happened at the end of the month. Now, she says, “our chess sales are up 1,048%.”
EBay has made similar findings, reporting a 215 percent spike in sales of chess sets.
The New York Times found that wooden sets have trumped plastic sets.
Even before the series debuted, interest in chess sets was spiking due to COVID.
Will this make finding a Christmas present harder?
Toy analyst Gerrick Johnnson told NPR: “Good luck finding a chess set this holiday!”
The popularity also extends to groups such as the US Chess Federation, which revealed that membership also jumped for the first time since the onset of the pandemic.
You Can Get Free Streaming Subscriptions in December Thanks to Beautyrest
The one thing that has been keeping us all sane through what feels like a never-ending pandemic? TV shows!
Especially now as the winter months creep in and it becomes darker earlier than every, we’re turning to streaming services to find some comfort.
If you’re a TV show lover, like myself, you’re probably subscribed to several services because you watch an array of shows and the costs ADD UP!
Well, how would you like it if all of those streaming services were free in December? That means all the Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, and more for free!
Beautyrest, the ultimate brand in luxury mattresses, wants to cover streaming subscriptions during the month for 100 lucky people. 10 of those lucky people will even snag a Beautyrest mattress so that they can catch some R&R this winter (while watching shows, of course).
How can you enter the contest?
Now through December 5, send an email to BeautyrestUpgrade@icfnext.com with one sentence on why you deserve an upgrade for a chance to win.
Beautyrest will choose 100 winners through a random drawing on or around Monday, Dec. 7. If you’re a winner, you’ll be notified via email. You’ll need to reply within 48 hours to the email, so make sure you check your inbox!
Visit Beautyrest.com/FirstClassUpgrade for full rules and additional information on how you can score the ultimate binge-watching experience in bed.
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