ABC has officially canceled their freshman sitcom, "Back In The Game."
Tis the season to find out if your favorite TV show is returning … or getting the axe. Breaking up can be hard -- especially if it’s the network and not you -- but we’re giving you a breakdown so you can stock up on Ben & Jerry’s and make peace with the few remaining episodes of your favorite series.
Scroll down to see what TV shows have been canceled or renewed in 2013:
First The Good News …
“America’s Next Top Model” (The CW)
Tyra Banks is sticking around. The modeling competition series was picked up for a 21st season which will air in summer 2014.
“The Bachelor” (ABC)
Season 18 of “The Bachelor” will air in early 2014 and feature Desiree Hartsock’s former suitor, Juan Pablo.
“Big Brother” (CBS)
Prepare for more drama when season 16 premieres in 2014.
“Bob’s Burgers” (Fox)
Season 5 of the Sunday night cartoon is an official go.
Peter Griffin’s antics will continue into season 13.
The Fox series has been renewed for a sixth season, but creator Ryan Murphy confirmed that the new season will also be its last.
“Hollywood Game Night” (NBC)
The summer fun will continue into 2014 with season 2 premieres.
Season 2 of the breakout drama starring Alyssa Milano is an official go. The new season will premiere in summer 2014.
Season 2 for the summer show is an official go. Expect it to return in 2014.
“Rookie Blue” (ABC)
The ABC drama has been picked up for a fifth season that will air during summer 2014.
“The Simpsons” (Fox)
Homer and the gang will be sticking around for Season 26.
“Sleepy Hollow” (Fox)
After an explosive first few episodes, the Fox drama was the first new series of Fall 2013 to get a green light for season 2.
“So You Think You Can Dance” (Fox)
The dance competition will continue into season 11.
“Under The Dome” (CBS)
The Stephen King TV adaption will continue with season 2 in summer 2014.
Season 3 was confirmed for summer 2014.
And Now For The Bad News …
“How I Met Your Mother” (CBS)
The hit CBS comedy isn’t canceled, but it’s currently airing it ninth and final season.
NBC decided to cancel “Ironside” after low viewership for the first couple episods.
“Lucky 7” (ABC)
The ABC drama was the first to get the axe in the Fall 2013 TV season.
The final season of “Nikita” will premiere on Nov. 22.
“We Are Men” (CBS)
The CBS sitcom was canned after low viewership.
Welcome To The Family (NBC)
NBC cut their new comedy after low viewership.
Are you happy about the current cancelations and renewals? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
Amanda Remling studied journalism at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ.
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