‘Will and Grace’ Revival Renewed for Season 2 at NBC

NBC has also ordered four more episodes for season one.read more

‘UnREAL’ and ‘Mary Kills People’ Renewed at Lifetime

The A+E Networks cabler has also greenlit a biopic about Olympic medialist Simone Biles.read more

TBS’ ‘Angie Tribeca’ and TNT’s ‘Animal Kingdom’ Renewed

Bobby Cannavale will join the cast of the Rashida Jones comedy for the upcoming fourth season.read more

‘Claws’ Renewed for Season 2 at TNT

The Warner Horizon Television drama was initially developed for HBO.read more

Jennifer Lopez’s ‘World of Dance’ Scores Season 2 Renewal at NBC

The summer competition series has been a rare reality breakout, performing incredibly well after 'America's Got Talent.'read more

CBS Picks Up Entire Daytime Lineup Through at Least 2018

'The Young and the Restless' has been renewed for three seasons, while 'The Price Is Right' has been picked up for two more seasons.read more

ABC’s ‘The Toy Box’ Renewed for Season 2

Eric Stonestreet hosts the reality competition, which premiered in April.read more

Bill Nye’s Netflix Talk Show Renewed for Season 2

The series, which hails from Bunim/Murray Productions, debuted earlier this year.read more

‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Renewed for Season 4 at Netflix

The Ellie Kemper comedy will be back with more.read more

Disney Channel’s ‘Andi Mack’ Renewed for Second Season

The comedy hails from 'Lizzie McGuire' creator Terri Minsky.read more

‘New Girl’ Renewed for Seventh and Final Season at Fox

The Zooey Deschanel comedy will return for one final run.read more

CBS’ ‘Code Black’ Renewed for Third Season

The renewal marks a key off-net pickup for ABC Studios, which co-produces the medical drama.read more

‘Law and Order: SVU’ Renewed for Season 19 at NBC

The renewal brings Dick Wolf's scripted drama tally to five series.read more

AMC Renews ‘The Son’ for Second Season

The Pierce Brosnan drama returns in 2018 with 10 episodes.read more

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Renewed at Fox for Season 5

The Universal Television-produced comedy will return for a fifth season, marking a key pickup at the network for a series from an outside studio. read more