Fall TV is in full-swing. While some TV newbies like "Blindspot" and "Quantico" are proving to be ratings gold, and veteran shows like "Scandal" and "How To Get Away With Murder" are still dominating, other shows experienced lack luster viewership and sadly won't be returning to TV for new seasons.
Check out all the TV shows that have been canceled or renewed this fall:
"America's Next Top Model" was not picked up for another season on the CW and will end its 12-year run on Dec. 4 with its Season 22 finale.
"Beauty and the Beast,” starring Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan, is getting ready for Season 4, slated to air during the summer 2016, but won't return for a fifth season.
"Dominion" wrapped its Season 2 finale earlier this month, and it was announced shortly afterwards that it wouldn’t return for a third season.
“Defiance” was cancelled after three seasons with Syfy saying in a statement to TV Line that it was proud of the series and showrunner Kevin Murphy for creating a “cross-platform experience that transcended the television screen in a way viewers had never seen before.”
Halle Berry's show "Extant" was canceled after two seasons after experiencing low ratings. The series aired its finale in September.
"Zoo" continued to hold onto solid ratings during its freshman season and was renewed for Season 2. It's expected to air in summer 2016.
It was announced late last month that "Graceland” was canceled after three seasons shortly after the show’s September finale.
"Proof," starring Jennifer Beals and Matthew Modine, was cut from the network’s lineup after just one season.
Megan Goode's new show "Minority Report" hasn't officially been canceled, but it was cut from 13 episodes to 10 due to low viewership.
The animated series "Bob's Burgers" was renewed for Seasons 7 and 8.
"Chasing Life" was canceled shortly after its Season 2 finale in September.
"Ink Master: Redemption" was renewed for a second season, set to debut in spring 2016.
"Halt and Catch Fire," starring Lee Pace and MacKenzie Davis, was renewed for a third season, set to air next year.
"Mistresses" finished with a strong Season 3 finale last month, and was renewed for a fourth season.
"500 Questions," a game show hosted by journalist Richard Quest, was renewed for Season 2, set to air in 2016.
On Oct. 16 it was announced that “Rookie Blue” was cancelled after six seasons. According to Entertainment Weekly, the show was axed because it reached a “natural conclusion, and this season’s finale was the perfect wrap up” for the cast and fans.
"WAGS," a reality series about the wives and girlfriends of professional athletes," was renewed for a second season after wrapping its Season 1 finale earlier this month.
"Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy” was renewed for Season 2, set to air in 2017.
"Tyrant" was renewed for Season 3, slated to air in 2016.