Where to See Your Favorite TV Stars After Their Shows End in 2020 (PHOTOS)

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Daniel Henney

Current show: Criminal Minds

Next project: The Wheel of Time

Henney will be playing al’Lan Mandragoran in the Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television series based on Robert Jordan’s bestselling fantasy novels.

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Ted Danson

Current show: The Good Place

Next project: Untitled project with Tina Fey and Robert Carlock

Danson will star in a new single-camera comedy ordered straight to series by NBC. He’ll play a wealthy businessman who runs for mayor in Los Angeles for all the wrong reasons and has to figure out what he stands for when he wins.

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Adam Rodriguez

Current show: Criminal Minds

Next project: Penny Dreadful: City of Angels

Rodriguez will star in the next chapter of Penny Dreadful as Raul Vega, the eldest son of the Vega family. He acts as a father figure to his brother, Tiago, and is described as “a righteous union leader and advocate for his people” and “wise to the ways of the world.”

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Katherine McNamara

Current show: Arrow

Next project: The Stand

McNamara has joined the cast of the CBS All Access series as Julie Lawry, described as “a small-town girl with a wild side” and “one of Lloyd’s conquests in Las Vegas.”

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Sarah Hyland

Current show: Modern Family

Next project: Untitled project with writer/executive producer Emily V. Gordon

Hyland will star and executive produce in an untitled ABC comedy pilot inspired by experiences from her and Gordon’s lives.

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Stephen Amell

Current show: Arrow

Next project: Heels

Amell is getting back into the wrestling ring with a series regular role on the eight-episode wrestling drama on Starz. His character is the “heel,” the nemesis, inside the ring of his family’s Duffy Wrestling Association (DWA).

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Jared Padalecki

Current show: Supernatural

Next project: Walker

Padalecki will star in the reimagining of the 1990s series Walker, Texas Ranger, which starred Chuck Norris. The reboot has landed at The CW for development.

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There are quite a few shows ending in 2020, but that doesn’t mean you’ll have to say goodbye to your favorite TV stars.

While you will have to say goodbye to numerous characters, their portrayers will be back on the small screen before you know it. (A few projects are still untitled and in development.) Click through the gallery above to see which actors have already lined up their next gigs.