2021 EMMY AWARDS
In September 2021, HBO Max confirmed that Genera+ion would not have a second season.
The Outpost will come to an end after four seasons on the CW.
The Amber Ruffin Show will continue to entertain late-night TV, as Peacock renewed the show for a second season.
Hulu has announced that there will be more murders in the building in the second season of hit dramedy Only Murders in the Building.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series will be back for a third season, but there's a bit of a twist. Instead of heading back to East High, the Wildcats will be spending the summer at sleepaway camp, "complete with campfires, summer romances and curfew-less nights."
XOXO, the new Gossip Girl is coming back for a second season on HBO Max.
In September 2021, BET+ renewed First Wives Club for a third season.
Reservation Dogs will return for a second season in 2022 on FX.
MTV has given us a reason to fist pump! Ahead of the season four finale, the network renewed Jersey Shore: Family Vacation for a fifth season. The new season will mark the full time return of Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi.
The Republic of Sarah had a short-lived reign as it was canceled after one season by the CW.
The Hailee Steinfeld-led Dickinson series will come to an end after season three.
Big Shot will be back on the court as Disney+ renewed it for a second season in Aug. 2021.
After NBC pulled the plug on the mystery series after three seasons, create, Jeff Rake, had hoped to find a new home for the show. Well, fans can rejoice! Netflix announced its renewal of Manifest for a fourth and final season.
In Aug. 2021, Freeform renewed Motherland: Fort Salem for its third and final season.
Shantay you stay! VH1 confirmed that RuPaul's Drag Race will return for a fourteenth season.
Peacock announced on Aug. 20 that the Punky Brewster reboot series starring Soleil Moon Frye is officially cancelled after one season.
Never Have I Ever will be back for a third season.
HBO Max confirmed in August that FBoy Island will be back for a second season.
In August 2021, star and creator Josh Thomas took to social media to announced that season two of Everything's Gonna Be Okay was the show's last.
"more stories. more horrors. more reasons to be afraid of the dark," FX Networks announced on Twitter in August. "#AHStories will return for a season two."
Alongside the season three trailer, FX confirmed that What We Do in the Shadows will get a fourth season.
HBO's The White Lotus will return for a second season, but will feature new guests and a different hotel property.
Sara Bareilles' Little Voice has become the first show canceled at Apple TV+.
Rose Byrne will be breaking a sweat once more as Physical has been renewed for season two at Apple TV+.