Guide to Broadcast TV’s Renewals and Cancellations

A roundup of which shows will make it to next season

With broadcast upfront week rapidly approaching, the five broadcast networks are putting the finishing touches on their fall schedules by making final decisions on which of their current shows will continue and which will end.

There are less question marks than usual this week, as ABC, which used to wait until the last minute under former president Paul Lee to renew any of its series, picked up most of its shows two months ago, shortly after Channing Dungey stepped in as ABC Entertainment chief. Likewise, CBS, which also has a new network president this year, Glenn Geller, renewed several shows already, while The CW picked up 11 series in one fell swoop.

Here's what we know now about the fate of the shows that aired during the September-to-May broadcast season. This list will be updated throughout the next two weeks as final verdicts are made ahead of the upfront presentations, so keep checking back for the most up-to-date information. While some canceled series will desperately search for new linear or digital homes—hoping to follow the lead of The Mindy Project, which jumped from Fox to Hulu this time last year—most of them will be gone for good.

Official renewal/cancellation announcements appear below in all caps, followed by the date the decision was made, while breaking updates will be added in bold. For those shows whose future remains unclear, check out our best guess about its likely fate:

ABC

Freshman Series:

Blood and Oil — CANCELED (May 17)

The Catch — RENEWED (May 12)

Dr. Ken — RENEWED (May 12)

The Family — CANCELED (May 12)

The Muppets — CANCELED (May 12)

Of Kings and Prophets — CANCELED (March 17)

Quantico — RENEWED (March 3)

The Real O'Neals — RENEWED (May 12)

Wicked City — CANCELED (Nov. 13)

Returning Series:

American Crime — RENEWED (May 12)

America's Funniest Home Videos — RENEWED (March 3)

The Bachelor — RENEWED (March 3)

Beyond the Tank — RENEWED (May 17)

Black-ish — RENEWED (March 3)

Castle — CANCELED (May 12)

Dancing with the Stars — RENEWED (March 3)

Fresh Off the Boat — RENEWED (March 3)

Galavant — CANCELED (May 12)

The Goldbergs — RENEWED (March 3)

Grey's Anatomy — RENEWED (March 3)

How to Get Away With Murder — RENEWED (March 3)

Last Man Standing — RENEWED (May 13)

Marvel's Agent Carter — CANCELED (May 12)

Marvel's Agents of SHIELD — RENEWED (March 3)

The Middle — RENEWED (March 3)

Modern Family — RENEWED (March 3)

Nashville — CANCELED (May 12)

Once Upon a Time — RENEWED (March 3)

Scandal — RENEWED (March 3)

Shark Tank — RENEWED (March 3)

CBS

Freshman Series:

Angel From Hell — CANCELED (Feb. 8)

Code Black — RENEWED (May 16)

Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders — RENEWED (May 16)

Life in Pieces — RENEWED (May 11)

Limitless — CANCELED (May 25)

Rush Hour — CANCELED (May 16)

Supergirl — RELOCATING TO THE CW (May 12)

Returning Series:

The Amazing Race — RENEWED (March 25)

The Big Bang Theory — RENEWED for three seasons (March 12, 2015)

Blue Bloods — RENEWED (March 25)

Criminal Minds — RENEWED (May 6)

CSI: Cyber — CANCELED (May 12)

Elementary — RENEWED (March 25)

The Good Wife – CONCLUDED (Feb. 7); final episode aired May 8

Hawaii Five-O — RENEWED (March 25)

Madam Secretary — RENEWED (March 25)