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2015-16 TV Season Tracking Sheet

Recent updates

12/2: Fox has ordered hypnotism-based game show You're Back in the Room for 2016.
12/2: The Art of More (Crackle) renewed for a 2nd season. 
12/2: You're the Worst (FXX) renewed for a 3rd season, to debut next summer.
11/30: The Fosters (ABC Family) renewed for a 4th season.
11/30: Star Wars Rebels (Disney XD) renewed for a 3rd season. 
11/30: Supergirl (CBS) picked up for a (nearly) full season, with its order upped from 13 to 20 episodes
11/25: Girl Meets World (Disney) renewed for a 3rd season.
11/24: Dancing with the Stars (ABC) picked up for a 22nd cycle, to debut in March.
11/23: CW has extended the current seasons of iZombie and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend by 6 and 5 episodes.
11/23: Fargo (FX) renewed for a 3rd season
11/20: Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything (Disney XD) renewed for a 2nd season.
11/20: The Meltdown With Jonah and Kumail (Comedy Central) renewed for an 8-episode 3rd season.
11/18: The Soup (E!) canceled after 22 seasons.
11/18: Syfy has ordered 2 seasons of horror anthology Channel Zero, to air in fall 2016 and 2017.
11/18: The Bastard Executioner (FX) canceled after 1 season. 
11/18: Syfy has renewed reality series Ghost Hunters and Paranormal Witness.
11/16: Netflix has picked up the period drama series Frontier, starring Jason Momoa, to stream in 2016
11/13: Wicked City (ABC) has been canceled after 3 episodes, marking the fall season's first cancellation. Production has been halted after 8 episodes, though the show will 
be pulled from the schedule immediately, and it is unclear if the other 5 episodes will air.
11/12: Murder in the First (TNT) renewed for a 3rd season, to air in 2016.
11/11: Spike has canceled its Jerry Bruckheimer-produced scripted drama series Harvest prior to the start of filming. Ten episodes were set to air in 2016.
11/10: Fox has ordered a new semi-animated fantasy comedy series from Phil Lord and 
Chris Miller, Son of Zorn, for next season. Jason Sudeikis stars.
11/10: American Horror Story (FX) renewed for a 6th season, to air in 2016.
11/9: Chicago Fire (NBC) renewed for a 5th season; Chicago PD (NBC) renewed for a 4th 
11/9: Blindspot (NBC) renewed for a 2nd season. 
11/9: NBC has ordered 3 additional episodes of Mysteries of Laura, increasing S2 to 16 total episodes
11/6: Maron (IFC) renewed for a 13-episode 4th season, to debut in the spring.
11/6: Z Nation (Syfy) renewed for a 15-episode 3rd season, to air in 2016.

11/5: BattleBots (ABC) renewed for a 2nd season on the network (its 7th overall).

11/3: Twin Peaks (Showtime), previously delayed to late 2016, is now pushed back to 

11/2: TBS has ordered Search Party, a new comedic mystery from Michael Showalter, 
starring Alia Shawkat. Watch a teaser.
11/2: Syfy has ordered 13 episodes of a Neil LaBute-penned series, Van Helsing, 
centering on a female version of the vampire hunter. It debuts next fall.
11/2: A new Star Trek TV series, produced by Alex Kurtzman, will debut in January 2017. The first episode will air on CBS, but subsequent episodes will be available only on 
the network's paid streaming service, CBS All Access. Writers, cast, and other details tbd.

10/30: Netflix has renewed Longmire for a 5th season (its 2nd on the streaming service).
10/30: The Walking Dead (AMC) renewed for a 7th season. Companion show Talking Dead 
also renewed.

10/29: The debut season for The Muppets(ABC) has been upped from 13 to 16 episodes.
10/29: Fox has trimmed the 1st season of midseason drama Lookinglass from 13 to 11 
10/29: Netflix has ordered a new series adaptation of the YA novel 13 Reasons Why, 
produced by Selena Gomez.

10/28: Grandfathered (Fox) picked up for a full season.
10/28: NBC has ordered 10 episodes of The Wall, a game show produced by Chris Hardwick and LeBron James and hosted by Hardwick.
10/28: Ash vs. Evil Dead (Starz) renewed for a 2nd season ahead of its S1 debut.
10/28: Spanish-language drama Club de Cuervos (Netflix) renewed for a second season.

10/27: Life in Pieces (CBS) picked up for a full season.
10/27: The Brink (HBO) canceled after 1 season—despite a previous renewal in July.
10/27: The Grinder (Fox) picked up for a full season.
10/27: NBC has reduced the order for new comedy Truth Be Told from 13 to 10 episodes.

10/26: Married (FX) canceled after 2 seasons.
10/26: From Dusk Till Dawn (El Rey) renewed for a 3rd season.

10/23: Freshman drama Blood & Oil (ABC) has had its order cut from 13 episodes to 10.
10/23: The debut season of The Player (NBC) has been trimmed to just 9 episodes.
10/23: Limitless (CBS) picked up for a full season.
10/23: Clipped (TBS) canceled after 1 season.

10/22: I Am Cait (E!) renewed for a 2nd season.
10/22: The Whispers (ABC) canceled after 1 season.

10/21: Instant Mom (Nick/TV Land) canceled after 3 seasons.
10/21: Switched at Birth (ABC Family/Freeform) renewed for a 5th season.
10/21: Casual (Hulu) renewed for a 2nd season.
10/21: Mythbusters (Discovery) canceled after 14 seasons. The finale will air in 2016.

10/19: Comedy Central has ordered 10 episodes of the Jason Sudeikis-produced comedy 
Detroiters. Tim Robinson (SNL) and Sam Richardson (Veep) star.
10/19: Dr. Ken (ABC) picked up for a full season.
10/19: Netflix has reportedly ordered a revival of Gilmore Girls for 2016, to consist
 of four 90-minute episodes. Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel will return, along with 
series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino.
10/19: Defiance (Syfy) canceled after 3 seasons.

10/16: Rookie Blue (ABC) canceled after 6 seasons.
10/16: Fox has picked up its new drama Rosewood for a full season.

10/15: FX has ordered Atlanta, a hip-hop comedy created by and starring Donald Glover, for 2016.
10/15: HBO has ordered Insecure, a comedy series from Issa Rae (who also stars) and 
Larry Wilmore.

10/14: Showtime has ordered 10 episodes of Roadies, a new dramedy series from Cameron 
Crowe and JJ Abrams, starring Luke Wilson and Carla Gugino.
10/14: America's Next Top Model (CW) has been canceled after 22 seasons. The 
season/series finale airs December 4.
10/14: The debut of new comedy Angel From Hell (CBS) has been delayed from November 
to February.

10/13: Beauty and the Beast (CW) will end after its 4th season, which will air next 
spring or summer.
10/13: Dominion (Syfy) canceled after 2 seasons.
10/13: The 2nd season of Fresh Off the Boat (ABC) extended from 13 to 22 episodes.
10/13: ABC freshman drama Quantico has been picked up for a full season.

10/9: Newcomer Blindspot (NBC) has been picked up for a full season.
10/9: Extant (CBS) canceled after 2 seasons.
10/9: Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (Disney XD) renewed for a 2nd season, to air in 2017.
10/9: Fox's first-year drama Minority Report had its season cut from 13 to 10 episodes.
10/9: CBS has ordered 13 episodes of American Gothic, a Steven Spielberg-produced 
murder mystery, to air next summer.
10/9: CBS has also ordered 13 episodes of an untitled Kevin James comedy for next 


Moved to A&E from Lifetime

The Frankenstein Chronicles

Moves to A&E from CBS


Blood & Oil
Season cut to 10 episodes on 23rd of October

Dr. Ken
Full-season pickup on 20th of October

The Muppets
Season extended to 16 episodes on 29th of October

Full-season pickup on 13th of October


UK renewal; will presumably air in US too

Untitled Woody Allen series
Delayed to Q3/Q4 2016


From The Walking Dead
Previously renewed for a 2nd season

Hell on Wheels
2-part final season wraps summer 2016

The Night Manager

The Walking Dead
Renewed for a 7th season on 2015-10-30



Angel From Hell
Launch delayed from November, starts February 2016

The Big Bang Theory
Already renewed through 2016-17

Code Black
6 additional scripts ordered 2015-10-23

Canceled 2015-10-09

Life in Pieces
Full-season pickup on 2015-10-27

Full-season pickup on 2015-10-23


Canceled 2015-07-28; ends after this 4th season

Strike Back
Ending after this 4th season

The CW

Americas Next Top Model
Canceled 2015-10-14; series finale airs 2015-12-04

Beauty and the Beast
Ending after this 4th season

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
5 additional scripts ordered 2015-10-05

5 additional scripts ordered 2015-10-05

Penn & Teller: Fool Us
Renewed for a 3rd season on 2015-08-11


American Idol
Ending after this 15th season

Bob's Burgers
Renewed for 2 more seasons on 2015-10-07

Full-season pickup on 2015-10-28

The Grinder
Full-season pickup on 2015-10-27

Canceled 2015-07-30 after 2 episodes

Minority Report
Season cut from 13 to 10 eps on 2015-10-09

Prison Break
Returning as a limited series

Full-season pickup on 2015-10-16

The Simpsons
Previously renewed through season 28

The X-Files
First new episodes since 2002, 6-episode limited season. Starts January 24th.

The Mindy Project
Moving to Hulu from Fox


Full season pickup 2015-10-09

The Carmichael Show
Renewed for a 2nd season on 2015-09-14

Chicago Fire
Season extended to 23 eps on 2015-11-03

Chicago PD
Season extended to 23 eps on 2015-11-03

The Decalogue

Freedom Run

Hot & Bothered
Season cut to 11 eps on 2015-10-19

Law & Order: SVU
Season extended to 23 eps on 2015-11-03

Mr. Robinson
Canceled 2015-09-14

The Myseries of Laura
5 additional scripts ordered 2015-10-13

The Player
Season cut to 9 eps on 2015-10-23

The Reaper

Welcome to Sweden
Canceled 2015-07-28


Childhood's End

Ending after short 4th season

Canceled 2015-10-13

Canceled 2015-08-18

Z Nation
Renewed for a 3rd season on 2015-11-06


May not return until 2017

Masters of Sex
Renewed for a 4th season on 2015-08-11

Ray Donovan
Renewed for a 4th season on 2015-08-11

Twin Peaks
Delayed to 2017

Untitled Halo Series
Project delayed


Ash vs Evil Dead
Renewed for a 2nd season on 2015-10-28

Black Sails
Renewed for a 4th season on 2015-07-31

Blunt Talk
2nd season already ordered

Close to the End

Da Vinci's Demons
Ending after this 3rd season

The One Percent
Delayed; likely won't air until 2016-17



Major Crimes
Expanded 4th season


It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Renewed through season 12

The League
Ending after this 7th season

Canceled 2015-10-26

The Strain
Renewed for a 3rd season on 2015-08-07

May not air until 2016-17 season


American Dad
Renewed for 2 additional seasons on 2015-08-27


Big Little Lies

The Brink
Canceled 2015-10-27; 2nd season will not air

Codes of Conduct

Miniseries delayed

Getting On
Ending after this 3rd season

Lewis & Clark
Delayed to next season

Project Greenlight
First new episodes since 2005

Show me a Hero

Project canceled in pre-production 2015-08-08

Already renewed through Season 7

Vice Principals
18 eps ordered (likely multiple seasons)


The Jim Gaffigan Show
Renewed for a 2nd season on 2015-08-31

The Soul Man
Ending after this 5th season


Pilot Picks: usa (2015)



Brooklyn Animal Control

  • Follows the inner workings of a secret subdivision of the NYPD that functions as social services for some of the city’s most unique citizens: werewolves. Delving into the lives of both the case officers and the secretive, highly insular Kveld-Ulf, a community of werewolves living deep in the borough, the show based on the IDW Publishing comic created by JT Petty examines city politics, immigrant communities and families divided by ambition, secrecy and tradition.

Actor: Stephen Graham

Stephen Graham

Status: Not known yet


  • Set in the near future in Los Angeles, which exists in a state of occupation by a force of alien intruders. Some collaborate with the authorities and benefit from the new order, while others rebel and suffer the consequences. The project revolves around a family torn by opposing forces and making difficult choices as they balance staying together with surviving the struggle of the human race.

Actor: Josh Holloway

Josh Holloway

Status: Picked up to series, 10 episode order. First episode to air January 14th, 2016

Evil Men

  • Harry is a sympathetic everyman with an underlying sense of decency. When he starts receiving frightening visions, the stable and satisfying life he knows is about to change.

Actor: Dallas Roberts

Dallas Roberts

Status: Pushed

Falling Water

  • Three unrelated people slowly realize that they are dreaming separate parts of a single common dream. Each is on a quest for something that can only be found in their subconscious: a missing girlfriend, a son, a way to communicate with a catatonic mother. However, the more they begin to use the dream world as a tool to advance their hidden agendas, they realize that their visions are trying to tell them something and that their very real lives are at stake.

Actor: David Ajala

David Ajala

Status: Not known yet

Paradise Pictures

  • Revolves around ambitious people striving to get to the top in 1940s Hollywood, when the dream factory was at its peak. Little do they know the challenges they’re about to face: the end of the studio monopolies, the blacklist and the new disruptive technology of television.

Actor: Izabella Miko

Izabella Miko

Status: Not known yet

Poor Richard’s Almanack

  • High-concept thriller weaves between modern day and a possible future where characters have changed radically and revolves around a cadre of heroes who emerge as the new “Founding Fathers,” after America is pushed to the brink of collapse.

Actor: Jordan Hayes

Jordan Hayes

Status: Not known yet

Queen of the South

  • Based on the book by Arturo Perez-Reverte, it centers on Teresa Mendoza, an innocent young girl from a small Mexican village whose desire to avenge a personal tragedy leads her down a path to become the most powerful woman in the dangerous world of narcotics trafficking in Europe.

Actor: Alice Braga

Alice Braga

Status: Picked up to series, 13-episode order. 


  • Bob Lee Swagger, an off-the-grid former Marine sniper, is coaxed into action to thwart the killing of the U.S. president. Ultimately double-crossed and framed for the attempt, he must call upon all the skills he acquired as a decorated Marine sharpshooter to avoid capture while hunting down and exposing the traitors who set him up. Based on the 2007 movie.

Actor: Ryan Phillippe

Ryan Phillippe

Status: Not known yet


  • Follows the staff at the American compound in the Middle Eastern country of Stanistan, zwhere State Department workers, covert CIA officers and journalists strike a delicate balance of danger and levity.

Actor: Jennifer Carpenter

Jennifer Carpenter

Status: Pushed

The Wilding

  • The Hayes family of suburban North Carolina is a typical, loving blended family seeking a fresh start after their 17-year-old daughter, Kayla, who is released from a mental health institution following 10 years of treatment. Their ideals are quickly threatened, however, when Kayla’s apparitions of the dead begin to haunt them once again.

Actor: Jordana Spiro

Jordana Spiro

Status: Not known yet