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Cable TV Renewal Scorecard: What's Returning? What's Cancelled?

TV Renewed Cancelled Shows

NICKELODEON
Rugrats: Revival ordered to series
SpongeBob SquarePants: Renewed for Season 13

OWN
Ambitions: Season 1 return date TBA
David Makes Man: Season 1 finale airs Oct. 16
Greenleaf: Season 4 premiered Sept. 3
The Haves and the Have Nots: Season 6 finale aired July 2
If Loving You Is Wrong: Season 6 finale aired April 30
The Paynes: Season 1 finale aired Nov. 30, 2018
Queen Sugar: Renewed for Season 5

PARAMOUNT NETWORK
Coyote: Ordered to series
Emily in Paris: Ordered to series
Yellowstone: Renewed for Season 3

POP
Flack: Renewed for Season 2
Florida Girls: Renewed for Season 2
One Day at a Time (previously on Netflix): Renewed for Season 4
Schitt’s Creek: Final season premieres Jan. 7, 2020

homeland-renewed-cancelledSHOWTIME

The Affair: Series finale airs Nov. 3
Billions: Renewed for Season 5
Black Monday: Renewed for Season 2
The Chi: Renewed for Season 3
City on a Hill: Renewed for Season 2
Halo: Ordered to series
Homeland: Final season premieres Feb. 9, 2020
Kidding: Season 2 premieres Feb. 9, 2020
The L Word: Generation Q: Season 1 premieres Dec. 8
On Becoming a God in Central Florida: Renewed for Season 2
Our Cartoon President: Season 2 finale aired July 14
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels: Ordered to series
Ray Donovan: Season 7 premieres Nov. 17
Shameless
: Season 10 premieres Nov. 10
SMILF: Officially cancelled (series finale aired March 31)

SPECTRUM
L.A.’s Finest: Renewed for Season 2

STARZ
American Gods: Renewed for Season 3
Counterpart: Officially cancelled (series finale aired Feb. 17)
The Girlfriend Experience: Renewed for Season 3
Hightown: Ordered to series
Now Apocalypse: Officially cancelled (series finale aired May 12)
Outlander: Season 5 premieres Feb. 16, 2020; already renewed for Season 6
Power: Final season premiered Aug. 25
Sweetbitter: Season 2 finale aired Aug. 18
Vida: Renewed for Season 3

SYFY
Channel Zero: Officially cancelled (series finale aired Oct. 31, 2018)
Deadly Class: Officially cancelled (series finale aired March 20)
Happy!: Officially cancelled (series finale aired May 29)
Killjoys: Officially ended (series finale aired Sept. 20)
Krypton: Officially cancelled (series finale aired Aug. 14)
The Magicians: Renewed for Season 5
Nightflyers: Officially cancelled (series finale aired Dec. 13, 2018)
Van Helsing: Season 4 premiered Sept. 27
Wynonna Earp: Renewed for Season 4, to air in summer 2020
Z Nation: Officially cancelled (series finale aired Dec. 28, 2018)

TBS
American Dad!: Renewed for Season 15
Angie Tribeca: Officially cancelled (series finale aired Dec. 30, 2018)
Chad: Ordered to series
The Detour: Officially cancelled
The Guest Book: Season 2 finale aired Dec. 18, 2018
The Last O.G.: Renewed for Season 3
Miracle Workers: Renewed for Season 2
Search Party: Renewed for Season 3 and 4, moving to HBO Max

TNT
The Alienist: Renewed for Angel of Darkness sequel series
Animal Kingdom: Renewed for Season 5
Claws: Renewed for (final) Season 4
Deadlier Than the Male: Ordered to series
The Last Ship: Officially ended (series finale aired Nov. 11, 2018)
Raised by Wolves: Ordered to series
Snowpiercer: Season 1 premieres spring 2020; already renewed for Season 2

TRUTV
At Home With Amy Sedaris: Renewed for Season 3
I’m Sorry: Renewed for Season 3
Tacoma FD: Renewed for Season 2
Those Who Can’t: Officially cancelled

TV LAND
Teachers: Officially cancelled (series finale aired March 19)
Younger: Renewed for Season 7

USA NETWORK
Briarpatch: Season 1 premieres in 2020
Dare Me: Ordered to series
Dirty John (previously on Bravo): Renewed for Season 2, premiering in 2020
Mr. Robot: Final season premiered Oct. 6
Pearson: Season 1 finale aired Sept. 18
The Purge: Season 2 premieres Oct. 15
Queen of the South: Renewed for Season 5
The SinnerRenewed for Season 3
Suits: Officially ended (series finale aired Sept. 25)
Treadstone: Season 1 premieres Oct. 15

VH1
Scream (previously on MTV): Season 3 finale aired July 10

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