New Fall 2019 Network Shows: What's Renewed? What's Canceled? (PHOTOS) John Paul Filo/CBS; Peter Kramer/FOX; Tina Thorpe/NBC Tina Thorpe/2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Michael Yarish/2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Bob Hearts Abishola (CBS) Status: Full-season order Sonya Flemming/CBS Carol’s Second Act (CBS) Status: Full-season order John Paul Filo/CBS Evil (CBS) Status: Renewed for Season 2 Erik Voake/CBS The Unicorn (CBS) Status: Full-season order Tyler Golden/NBC Perfect Harmony (NBC) Status: TBD Tina Thorpe/NBC Sunnyside (NBC) Status: Pulled from schedule; remaining episodes will be released on the NBC App and NBC.com Linda Kallerus/FOX Almost Family (Fox) Status: TBD FOX Bless the Harts (Fox) Status: Renewed for Season 2 ABC/Giovanni Rufino Emergence (ABC) Status: TBD ABC/Byron Cohen mixed-ish (ABC) Status: TBD ABC/Mitch Haaseth Stumptown (ABC) Status: TBD Robert Falconer/The CW Batwoman (The CW) Status: TBD Robert Falconer/The CW Nancy Drew (The CW) Status: TBD
We're only a few weeks into the 2019-2020 season, and there's already good news for some of the
new network shows on TV.
Sixteen new series — seven comedies and nine dramas — debuted this fall on ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and The CW, and while a couple have already been all but
officially canceled, we know a few that will be sticking around. See Also
'9-1-1' is beating 'The Voice,' 'EVIL' tops 'Law & Order: SVU,' 'Bluff City Law' takes on 'Bull,' and more surprises.
Click through the gallery above for an up-to-date status report on which new shows will be coming back for more after their initial orders.