Although it may seem like just yesterday that your favorite show returned from winter hiatus, many already are prepping for their season finales. And although finales are usually jam packed with drama and answers from season-long plotlines, the fear of cancellation often prevents some viewers from truly enjoying the last few episodes. Fortunately, some networks are already revealing the fates of their scheduled shows.

A full list of confirmed cancellations and renewals is below. Check back for more updates.

ABC

  • “Agent Carter” canceled after two seasons.
  • “American Crime” renewed for Season 3.
  • “America’s Funniest Home Videos” renewed for Season 27.
  • “The Bachelor” renewed for Season 21.
  • “Black-ish” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Blood & Oil” was canceled.
  • “Castle” was canceled by ABC. The current eighth season will be its last.
  • “The Catch” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Containment” canceled after one season.
  • “Dr. Ken” renewed for Season 2.
  • “The Family” canceled after one season.
  • “Fresh Off the Boat” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Galavant” canceled after two seasons.
  • “The Goldbergs” renewed for Season 4.
  • “Grey’s Anatomy” renewed for Season 13.
  • “How To Get Away With Murder” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Last Man Standing” renewed for Season 6.
  • “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” renewed for Season 4.
  • “The Middle” renewed for Season 8.
  • “Modern Family” renewed for Season 8.
  • “The Muppets” canceled after one season.
  • “Nashville” canceled after four seasons.
  • “Once Upon a Time” renewed for Season 6.
  • “The Real O'Neals” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Scandal” renewed for Season 6.
  • “Shark Tank” renewed for Season 8.
  • “Quantico” renewed for Season 2.
  • "Of Kings and Prophets" canceled after two episodes.

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Amazon

  • “Mad Dogs” canceled after one season.

AMC

  • “Fear the Walking Dead” renewed for Season 2, premiering April 10.
  • “Halt and Catch Fire” renewed for Season 3.
  • “The Talking Dead” renewed for Season 6.
  • “The Walking Dead” renewed for Season 7.
  • "Into the Badlands" renewed for Season 2.

A&E

  • “Bates Motel” renewed for Season 5. Season 4 premieres March 7.

CBS

  • “2 Broke Girls” renewed for Season 6.
  • “The Amazing Race” renewed for Season 29.
  • “Angel from Hell” Season 1 was canceled after five episodes.
  • “The Big Bang Theory” renewed for Season 10.
  • “Blue Bloods” renewed for Season 7.
  • “CSI: Cyber” canceled after two seasons.
  • “Elementary” renewed for Season 5.
  • “The Good Wife” is ending after its current season.
  • “Hawaii Five-0” renewed for Season 7.
  • “Madame Secretary” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Mike & Molly” was canceled. Its current sixth season will be the last.
  • “Mom” renewed for Season 4.
  • “NCIS” renewed for Seasons 14 and 15.
  • “NCIS: Los Angeles” renewed for Season 8.
  • “NCIS: New Orleans” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Scorpion” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Supergirl” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Survivor” renewed for Season 33.

CW

  • “The 100” renewed for Season 4.
  • “Arrow” renewed for Season 5.
  • “Beauty and the Beast” was canceled. The final season, Season 4, will premiere June 2.
  • “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” renewed for Season 2.
  • “DC's Legends of Tomorrow” renewed for Season 2.
  • “The Flash” renewed for Season 3.
  • “iZombie” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Jane the Virgin” renewed for Season 3.
  • “The Originals” renewed for Season 4.
  • “Reign” renewed for Season 4.
  • “Supernatural” renewed for Season 12.
  • “The Vampire Diaries” renewed for Season 8.

Fox

  • “American Idol” is currently in its final season. The show was canceled.
  • “Bones” Season 12 was renewed, but will mark final season.
  • “Bordertown” canceled after Season 1.
  • “Gotham” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Grandfathered” canceled after Season 1.
  • “The Grinder” canceled after Season 1.
  • “Empire” renewed for Season 3.
  • “Second Chance” canceled after Season 1.
  • “Scream Queens” renewed for Season 2.
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Freeform

  • “The Fosters” renewed for Season 4.
  • “Pretty Little Liars” renewed for Season 7.
  • “Stitchers” renewed for Season 2, premiering March 22.
  • “Switched at Birth”canceled,  Season 5 will be its last.
  • "Shadowhunters" renewed for Season 2.

FX

  • "American Crime Story" renewed for Season 2.
  • "American Horror Story" renewed for Season 6.
  • “The Bastard Executioner” canceled in November after one season.

History

  • "Vikings" renewed for Season 5.

NBC

  • “Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris” was canceled in December.
  • “Superstore” renewed for Season 2.
  • "Little Big Shots" renewed for Season 2.

MTV

  • “Faking It” was canceled after three seasons.
  • “Finding Carter” was canceled after its second season.
  • “Scream” renewed for Season 2.

Netflix

  • “Arrested Development” renewed for Season 5.
  • “Between” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Bloodline” renewed for Season 2.
  • “BoJack Horseman” renewed for Season 3.
  • "Chef's Table" Season 2, premiering May 27.
  • “Degrassi: Next Class” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Fuller House” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Grace and Frankie” renewed for Season 2, premiering May 6.
  • “House of Cards” renewed for Season 5, premiering in 2017.
  • “Love” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Making a Murderer” Season 2 confirmed by directors, but not by Netflix.
  • “Marco Polo” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Master of None” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Narcos” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Orange Is the New Black” renewed for Seasons 5, 6 and 7. Season 4 premiering June 17.
  • “Sense8” renewed for Season 2.
  • “Trailer Park Boys” renewed for Seasons 10 and 11.
  • “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” renewed for Season 3. Season 2 premieres April 15.

Spike

  • “Ink Master” renewed for Season 8.

TNT

  • “Legends” was canceled after its second season.
  • “Rizzoli & Isles” was canceled. The final 13 episodes will air this summer.

USA

  • "Royal Pains" ending after current eighth season.

WGN

  • "Outsiders" renewed for Season 2.