Just after the fall TV season starts, fans can expect cancellations rather quickly. This year’s first casualty actually came in a bit late. ABC canceled “Manhattan Love Story” Friday (Oct. 24), a few weeks later than the first cancellation usually comes in, according to Entertainment Weekly. But the good news is several shows have been picked up for more episodes and full seasons. Several ABC shows are even getting super-sized seasons, according to the Hollywood Reporter (22 episodes is typical for broadcast television). Check out what’s sticking around for fall 2014 and to what you have to say goodbye:
"The Millers" was canceled four episodes into Season 2.
"Scorpion" was picked up for a full 22-episode season on Oct. 27.
"NCIS: New Orleans" was picked up for a full 22-episode season on Oct. 27.
"Stalker" was picked up for a full 22-episode season on Oct. 27.
"Madam Secretary" was picked up for a full 22-episode season on Oct. 27.
"Reckless" was canceled after one season.
"The Mentalist" Season 7 is the show's final season.
"So You Think You Can Dance" was renewed for 12th season. Episodes will air in summer 2015 with a new format.
“Gotham” Season 1 was picked up for a full 22-episode season.
“Red Band Society” Season 1 still only has 13 episodes, but Fox has ordered four more scripts, the Wrap reports. Ordering scripts but not episodes usually indicates that the network is on the fence about keeping the series.
"Glee" Season 6 will be the show's final season.
"America's Next Top Model" was renewed for Cycle 22.
"Penn & Teller: Fool Us" was picked up for a second 13-episode season.
"Masters Of Illusion" was picked up for 13 more episodes.
“Jane The Virgin” Season 1 was picked up for 9 more episodes, giving it a full 22-episode season.
“The Flash” Season 1 will be 23 episodes.
“Hart Of Dixie” Season 4 will have a 10 episode season, but
a premiere date has not been given. The CW has not made a decision about if the show will continue after Season 4. UPDATE The season will premiere Jan. 9.
"Cristela" has been picked up for a full 22-episode first season.
"Selfie" has been canceled after failing to receive a nine-episode back order. It's unclear if the remaining episodes will air, however Entertainment Weekly notes that holiday programming has replaced the series for most of December.
"Forever" managed to get an additional nine-episode order despite low ratings. DVR numbers reportedly saved the new show.
“Grey’s Anatomy” will get two more episodes, bringing their Season 11 total to 24 episodes.
“Castle” will get one extra episode this season, bringing their Season 7 total to 23 episodes.
“Black-ish” was picked up for a 24-episode first season.
“Modern Family,” “The Middle,” and “The Goldbergs” all received two extra episodes, bringing their total episode counts to 24 episodes each.
“Resurrection” was given an extra episode, bringing the Season 2 total to 14 episodes.
“Once Upon A Time” was given an extra episode, bringing the Season 4 total to 23 episodes.
“How To Get Away With Murder” was given a full 15-episode season.
"Constantine" will not receive a full 22-episode season. The first season will be 13 episodes, but a second season renewal is still possible.
"Parenthood" is in its final season.
"The Mysteries Of Laura" was picked up for a full season.
"Bad Judge" was canceled. All 13 episodes will air.
"A To Z" was canceled. All 13 episodes will air.
“Marry Me” was given 5 more episodes, bringing the Season 1 total up to 18 episodes.
"Parks And Recreation" Season 7 will be the show's final season.
“The Walking Dead” Season 5 isn’t even over, but it was already renewed for Season 6.
"Hell On Wheels" was renewed for a fifth and final season.
“American Horror Story” has been given the green light for Season 5.
"Sons Of Anarchy" is in its final season.
"Witches of East End" was canceled after two seasons due to low ratings. The Lifetime series left off with some pretty major cliffhangers.
"Franklin & Bash" was canceled after four seasons.
"Graceland" was renewed for Season 3.
"Perception" was canceled after three seasons. The five episodes that remain in Season 3 will air on the network in 2015.
"Hot In Cleveland" was canceled. The show's sixth season will be its final season.
"American Dad!" was renewed for Season 12.
"Continuum" was renewed for a fourth and final season.
Check back for more updates as networks announce renewals and cancelations.