TV’s queasy season has arrived! From now until late May, ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW will determine which shows are good to return next fall… and which will join Mob Doctor, Partners and Emily Owens, M.D. over at the MIA Network.
To help you monitor what’s staying, what’s going and what’s anxiously riding the “bubble,” we present you with our annual easy-to-browse cheat sheet. We’ll be updating this list regularly with the latest industry intel, so we strongly suggest you bookmark this puppy and check back for updates. As a reminder, the eight levels in TVLine’s reliable renewal index are as follows:
♦ Officially renewed
♦ A sure thing
♦ A safe bet
♦ Could go either way
♦ A long-shot
♦ Essentially cancelled
♦ Officially cancelled
♦ Too early to tell
666 Park Avenue: Officially cancelled.
The Bachelor: A sure thing.
The Bachelorette: A sure thing.
Body of Proof: Too early to tell; returns Feb. 5.
Castle: A safe bet.
Dancing With the Stars: A sure thing.
Don’t Trust the B—– in Apartment 23: A long-shot.
Family Tools: Too early to tell; premieres May 1.
Grey’s Anatomy: A sure thing.
Happy Endings: Could go either way.
How To Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life): Too early to tell; premieres April 3.
Last Man Standing: Could go either way.
Last Resort: Officially cancelled; series finale airs Jan. 24.
Malibu Country: Could go either way.
The Middle: A sure thing.
Modern Family: A sure thing.
Nashville: Could go either way.
The Neighbors: A long-shot.
Once Upon a Time: A sure thing.
Private Practice: Officially cancelled; series finale airs Jan. 22.
Red Window: Too early to tell; premieres March 3.
Revenge: A sure thing.
Scandal: A sure thing.
Shark Tank: A sure thing.
Suburgatory: A safe bet.
Zero Hour: Too early to tell; premieres Feb. 14.
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