Staying updated on which of your favorite TV shows has been renewed or canceled can be a difficult task. On the one hand, there is an overwhelming amount of shows to keep track of. On the other hand, it’s difficult to know exactly when there is an update on your favorite TV show. BuddyTV has got you covered with this 2022 guide on renewed or canceled TV shows.
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70+ Renewed or Canceled TV Shows
Want to be certain if your favorite TV show has been renewed or canceled? Below is a quick highlight of over 70 TV shows that have been renewed, canceled, just ended, or are in their final seasons across the major networks and platforms. Hopefully, chances are that one or more of your favorite TV shows are on the list.
“The Legend of Vox Machina”
Prime Video has renewed “The Legend of Vox Machina” for a third season. The announcement was made on October 6, 2022, at the New York Comic Con.
Also returning to Prime Video for a second season is the western/sci-fi series “Outer Range.”
Netflix has announced that “Firefly Lane” concludes with season two which debuts in December.
“Interview With the Vampire”
AMC’s “Interview With the Vampire” was renewed for a second season days before the series premiered at all.
“Bridge and Tunnel”
Edward Burns’ “Bridge and Tunnel” has been canceled after two seasons.
“Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area”
Netflix has renewed “Money Heist: Korea” for a second season.
HBO Max has renewed Issa Rae’s “Rap Sh!t” for a second season.
Prime Video has canceled the freshman sci-fi series “Paper Girls” after just one season.
The Hulu comedy series “Maggie” starring Rebecca Rittenhouse has been canceled.
“The Handmaid’s Tale”
“The Handmaid’s Tale” has been renewed for a sixth season which will be its last.
“Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin”
Following the great reception given to the first season of the show — fans and critics alike, HBO Max has greenlighted “Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin” for a second season.
On September 2, 2022, Peacock announced the cancellation of “Rutherford Falls” after just two seasons.
HBO Max’s animated series and fan-favorite, “Harley Quinn” has received a green light for a fourth season.
Shortly after the live-action series premiered, Netflix ditched any hopes of the show being renewed for a second season. Officially, the series has been canceled.
“House of the Dragon”
Following its epic debut, “House of the Dragon” will undoubtedly return for a second season. HBO made the announcement public on August 26, 2022, while the first season is still unfolding.
“The Umbrella Academy”
Netflix has renewed Steve Blackman’s “The Umbrella Academy” for a fourth and final season.
“Extraordinary Attorney Woo”
Netflix has renewed “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” for a second series. The announcement which was made on August 23, 2022, also seems to suggest that the earliest return date for the courtroom drama series is 2024.
“Curb Your Enthusiasm”
HBO has renewed the long-running Emmy-nominated sitcom “Curb Your Enthusiasm” for another season.
HBO has announced that the docs-series “The Rehearsal” will renew for a second season. The announcement came just before the finale of season one.
“Love, Death, and Robots”
Netflix has renewed the Emmy-winning animated anthology series “Love, Death, and Robots” for a fourth season.
Apple TV Plus has announced that its half-hour dramedy “Physical” will renew for a third season. The announcement was made on August 11, 2022, just as the second season was rounding up.
“The Fosters” spin-off and popular drama series “Good Trouble” is set to return for a fifth season.
The teen vampire series “First Kill” will not be returning for a second season. Netflix announced that the show has been canceled on August 2, 2022.
“The First Lady”
Showtime has announced the cancellation of its top-rated drama “The First Lady” despite its exceptional reviews. The announcement was made on August 1, 2022.
After holding fans spellbound for eight years, CW has announced that the ninth season of the American superhero TV series “The Flash” will be its final season. The upcoming season is billed for some time in 2023.
After just a season, HBO Max has announced the cancellation of its family comedy “Gordita Chronicles.”
Amazon Prime Video has decided against renewing the series, “The Wilds” for a third season. The announcement was made on July 28, 2022 barely two months after the second season made its debut.
“Moonhaven” has been greenlighted for a second season. The new season is expected to premiere in 2023 and will air over six episodes.
“Miss Scarlet and the Duke”
Come January 2023, “Miss Scarley and the Duke” will return for a third season. The announcement was made public on July 28, 2022.
Paramount Plus has greenlighted “iCarly” for a third season — set to make its debut sometime in 2023.
“Mayans M.C” was renewed for a fifth season at the Comic-Con which was held in San Diego sometime in July 2022.
“For All Mankind”
Also, at the San Diego Comic-Con, Apple TV Plus greenlighted “For All Mankind” for a fourth season.
Similarly, at the San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel animation announced that “What If…?” would renew for a second season in early 2023.
“The Wheel of Time”
Amazon has announced that its fantasy series “The Wheel of Time” will return for a third season. The series is written based on Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson’s book with the same title.
SyFy has renewed Alan Tudyk’s sci-fi comedy TV series “Resident Alien” for another season — its third.
The family drama “Breeders” will return for a fourth season.
HBO Max has canceled the adult animated sitcom series “Close Enough” after three seasons.
Peacock has renewed “Dr. Death” for a second season. However, the upcoming season will be an anthology series and will have a different storyline from the first.
FX renewed Christopher Storer’s “The Bear” for a second season shortly after the first season made its debut on June 23, 2022.
You’ll recall that “Critical Minds” was canceled back in 2020. However, Paramount Plus has rescinded its decision and has renewed the series for a sixteenth season with the title “Criminal Minds: Evolution.” The upcoming season will premiere on Thursday, November 24, 2022, on Paramount Plus. The season will also come in two installments, with the other half debuting in 2023.
Apple has renewed its comedy series “Loot” for a second season.
“Only Murders in the Building”
The hit comedy-drama “Only Murders in the Building” starring Selena Gomez, Steve Martin and Martin Short has been renewed for a third season. The series is expected to make its debut in 2023.
“Joe Pera Talks with You”
“Joe Pera Talks with You” has been canceled. The news was made public by actor and comedian Joe Pera himself on July 7, 2022.
Halfway through the third season, Paramount Plus announced that the Paranormal drama “Evil” will return for a fourth season.
“The Time Traveler’s Wife”
The HBO series “The Time Traveler’s Wife” has been canceled after just one season.
CBS canceled “Magnum P.I.” in May 2022 after four seasons. However, the drama series has been renewed for two new seasons by NBC and is scheduled to release 20 new episodes.
“Why Women Kill”
The anthology series “Why Women Kill” was initially renewed for a third season. However, Paramount Plus again announced in July 2022 that the show has now been canceled.
The science fiction drama series “See” comes to an end this month. Apple TV Plus had earlier announced that it will draw a curtain on the post-apocalyptic series after its third season. Season three finale will air on October 14, 2022.
HBO has renewed “True Detective” for a fourth season. Jodie Foster will lead the upcoming season of the anthology crime-drama series set in Northern Alaska.
“The Old Man”
FX has renewed the action/thriller series “The Old Man” for a second season.
Hulu has canceled the comedy series “Woke” starring Lamorne Morris after two seasons.
Peacock announced in June 2022 that the comedy series “Killing it” will return for a second season.
AMC announced the renewal of “Dark Winds” for a second season two episodes into its debut season. The series is written based on Tony Hillerman’s detective novels and stars Zahn McClarnon as detective Joe Leaphorn.
While season two seems to have hinted that Emmy award-winning series “Hacks” was coming to an end, surprisingly HBO Max announced in June that it would return for a third season.
Apple TV Plus has greenlighted the sports-drama series “Swagger” for another season.
“Monsters at Work”
“Monsters at Work” will return for a second season on Disney Plus.
“Chip ‘N’ Dale: Park Life”
Disney Plus has also renewed the animated series “Chip ‘N’ Dale: Park Life” for a second season.
Critically acclaimed romantic-comedy series “Starstruck” for a third season. The series is co-produced by HBO Max and BBC Three.
The games will undoubtedly continue in 2023 as Netflix has renewed “Squid Game” for a second season.
“Made For Love”
HBO Max has canceled the comedy-drama series “Made For Love” after two seasons.
Apple TV Plus has renewed the comedy musical series “Schmigadoon” for a second season.
“The Boys” will return for a fourth season on Amazon.
Initially canceled by Showtime, “American Rust” has been renewed for a second season which will be on Amazon’s Freevee. Production is set to commence later this year.
“The Summer I Turned Pretty”
Prime Video has renewed the Teen drama “The Summer I Turned Pretty” for a second season.
“Masters of the Universe: Revelation”
Netflix’s animated series “Masters of the Universe: Revelation” has been renewed for a follow-up miniseries with the title “Masters of the Universe: Revolution.”
“What We Do in the Shadows”
Vampire comedy “What We Do in the Shadows” has been renewed for two more seasons.
“Raised by Wolves”
HBO Max has canceled “Raised by Wolves” after two seasons.
“A Black Lady Sketch Show”
Robin Thede’s Emmy Award-winning comedy series has been renewed for a fourth season by HBO.
“Our Flag Means Death”
The HBO Max series “Our Flag Means Death” is set to return for a second season.
“100 Foot Wave”
HBO’s Emmy award-winning sports documentary series “100 Foot Wave” will return for a second season — hopefully before 2022 runs out.
Ahead of its season two premiere scheduled for December 2, 2022 “Slow Horses” has been renewed for third and fourth seasons.
“Awkwafina is Nora From Queens”
“Awkwafina is Nora From Queens” will return for a third season on Comedy Central.
“Better Call Saul”
Co-creators Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan drew the curtains on the “Breaking Bad” spinoff “Better Call Saul” already after its sixth season.
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