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While 2019 will mark the end of several beloved TV series, it’s not all bad news. Plenty of popular shows have new seasons on the way or have already scored early renewals. From broadcast staples like “Modern Family” and “Criminal Minds” to Netflix hits like “The Crown” and “Ozark,” here’s a look at some of the comedies and dramas that are returning to the screen in the near future.
So, mark your calendars and set your DVR — it looks like there’ll be plenty to watch this year.
Season 10 of “Modern Family” wraps up on March 13, but you don’t have to say goodbye to the Pritchett and Dunphy families just yet. After months of speculation over the show’s fate, “Modern Family” has been renewed for one more season. The 11th and final season, which will consist of 18 episodes, is expected to kick off in fall 2019.
‘The Good Doctor’
ABC’s “The Good Doctor” is in the middle of airing its second season, but that hasn’t stopped the network from jumping ahead and ordering season three. Per TVLine, the series has seen a decrease in ratings since its freshman season but is still garnering a healthy 6.8 million total viewers. It currently stands as the No. 2 drama on ABC.
‘Bachelor in Paradise’
ABC has also renewed its reality competition show, “Bachelor in Paradise,” for season six. The show will return sometime this summer, although no premiere has been set. And don’t worry, “Bachelor” fans — franchise mainstay Chris Harrison will be back as a host.
‘A Million Little Things’
“A Million Little Things” wraps its freshman season at the end of February, but that won’t be the last you see of the show. ABC is bringing the new drama back for a second season. While season one kicked off with the questions surrounding a character’s suicide, TV Line reports that season two will begin with a new mystery. The sophomore season will air in fall 2019.
The Sharks will return to score more deals and invest more money on “Shark Tank.” The Emmy-winning reality program scored an early renewal from ABC in February. The decision comes as no surprise, as “Shark Tank” has proven to be one of the network’s most reliable hits, appealing to a broad range of viewers.
‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’
Despite initial reports that the fifth season of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” would be its last, it seems ABC is sticking with the Marvel series for now. In addition to renewing the series for a shortened fifth season, the network also preemptively renewed it for a sixth season. The premiere of season five has been pushed back to summer 2019, leading some to speculate the new season could be tied to the events of the latest “Avengers” movie, “Avengers: Endgame.”
“Criminal Minds” has been renewed through season 15. The long-running drama will wrap up with a 10-episode final season, set to air during the 2019-2020 season. The CBS series confirmed the news via its official Twitter account, writing, “Get ready for a momentous ride: Season 15 will be our epic final season.”
Hey, #CriminalMinds fans—we've got big news. First, mark your calendar for the Season 14 finale, Feb 6 at 10/9c. Next, get ready for a momentous ride: Season 15 will be our epic final season. pic.twitter.com/7ASK0pgf2n
— Criminal Minds (@CrimMinds_CBS) January 11, 2019
“Mom” isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Though the comedy, starring Allison Janney and Anna Faris as a mother-daughter duo, is currently in the midst of airing season six, the show has already been preemptively renewed for a seventh and eighth season.
“Under Chuck Lorre’s extraordinary leadership and with his outstanding writing and production team, we look forward to having ‘Mom’ on CBS for many years to come,” Kelly Kahl, President of CBS Entertainment, said of the renewal in a statement.
‘The Neighborhood ‘
“The Neighborhood” is one of several newbies from the 2018-19 season to score a second-season pickup this year. CBS announced the early renewal in January, more than halfway through the show’s solidly rated first season. Cedric the Entertainer, who stars on the show alongside Max Greenfield and Beth Behrs, addressed the news on Instagram, posting the below video of the cast celebrating the announcement.
‘Magnum P.I. ‘
The CBS reboot of the ‘80s hit, starring Jay Hernandez, has also been renewed for a second season. The series has fared fairly well in ratings in its freshman season, averaging 5.9 million total viewers, according to TVLine. Season two will likely premiere in fall 2019, although a specific date hasn’t been determined.
After performing well in its debut season, FBI was renewed for a second season alongside fellow CBS rookies “The Neighborhood” and “Magnum P.I.” Of all the freshman series up for possible renewal, this fast-paced drama was the probably the biggest shoo-in. As Deadline reports, the series is CBS’s most-watched new show, garnering an average of almost 13 million viewers a week.
‘God Friended Me’
“God Friended Me” will also return for a second season, as announced this past January. The freshman comedy-drama, starring Brandon Micheal Hall, has been one of CBS’ best-performing new shows. “We’re thrilled with how ‘God Friended Me’ has performed on Sundays,” CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl said of the series in a statement. “It’s one of the top three new series on television, has improved its time period significantly, and continues a long tradition of prestige dramas for CBS on the night.”
Fox is keeping its Sunday block of animated series around. The network has renewed “Family Guy,” which is currently airing its 17th season, for another season that will debut this fall. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the decision to renew was made quietly months before it became public.
Bob’s Burgers” is also staying the Fox fold. The animated series has been renewed for a 10th season that likely air in the fall. In the meantime, fans can still enjoy the remaining episodes of the ninth season, which is currently airing.
“The Simpsons” is currently on its 30th season, but it has a long life ahead of it still. The beloved adult animated series has been renewed through season 32, which means fans have at least 40 more episodes to look forward to. Fun fact: Season 32 will contain the show’s 700th (!!) episode.
‘The Masked Singer’
Fox has already renewed its hit reality competition series, “The Masked Singer,” for a second season. The renewal comes as no surprise, given that the show kicked off in early 2019 to big ratings. According to Deadline, the series drew more than 17 million viewers on various platforms in its debut episode.
“New Amsterdam” became the first NBC freshman series to score a spot on NBC’s 2019-2020 lineup in February. The renewal comes after the medical drama earned healthy ratings during its freshman season. The show confirmed the news on its Twitter account, writing, “We’re not done making changes around here! #NewAmsterdam is returning for another season.”
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman will be back to host a second season of “Making It,” the competition series in which talented makers from across the country work on a variety of homemade projects. Though a season two premiere date hasn’t been set, it looks like fans can expect to go even bigger in its next round. “We’re sew excited to be ‘Making It’ again,” Poehler and Offerman said in a statement, per Variety. “We promise season two will have you glued to your seat.”
All of NBC’s Chicago-set dramas have been renewed, including the franchise originator “Chicago Fire.” Of the three series based in the Windy City, the fire department-focused show still pulls in the highest ratings, with the current season (season seven) marking its most widely watched season yet. Given that, it’s no surprise the series will return for season eight, which will kick off in fall 2019.
The police department-based counterpart to “Chicago Fire” is also set to return to NBC’s Wednesday night lineup. The show has been renewed for a seventh season, along with the rest of the Chicago based-franchise. Judging by previous seasons, the next season will likely launch in late September.
Rounding out the Chicago-based series is “Chicago Med,” which has been renewed for a fifth season. “The Chicago franchise is a linchpin of our schedule and we’re thrilled that audiences have embraced our Wednesdays with such incredible passion for these shows and characters.” Lisa Katz and Tracey Pakosta, co-presidents of NBC’s scripted programming, said of the franchise’s renewal.
‘Jane the Virgin’
The CW series was renewed for one more season last year. Season five will see the return of a character who was previously presumed dead (something viewers first saw in the season four finale). Sophia Bush will also join as a guest star, playing a new character named Julie. Season five premieres on March 27.
Like “Jane the Virgin,” “iZombie” was renewed for one final season in 2018. Star Rose McIver tweeted out news of the farewell season to fans, writing, “So the fifth season of #iZombie will be our last. I am therefore committed and excited to make it the best one yet! Really proud to be on a show that celebrates the misfits and I pinch myself every day that I get to be a part of the iZombie world with you guys.” The CW show’s upcoming fifth and final season will launch on May 2.
’13 Reasons Why’
The controversial teen drama will air its third season in 2019, although an exact date has yet to be released. Fans can expect at least one major change though. Katherine Langford, who stars in the series as Hannah Baker, likely won’t return for season three, as the actress confirmed on Instagram in 2018.
Netflix has also renewed Joe Swanberg’s episodic anthology series for a third and final season. The show, which earned widely positive reviews for its first two seasons, follows a group of diverse residents in modern-day Chicago. The third and final season will premiere sometime in 2019, although an official release date hasn’t been confirmed.
‘Orange is the New Black’
The women of Litchfield are about to be set free. In 2018, Netflix confirmed that its Emmy-winning prison dramedy has been renewed for a seventh and final season. Per The Hollywood Reporter, the last season will track the post-prison journey of Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling), who was given an early release at the end of season six. The final episodes will hit Netflix in summer 2019.
‘Alexa & Katie’
Netflix’s hit series, starring Paris Berelc and Isabel May as lifelong best friends Alexa and Katie, has been renewed for a third season. Season three will reportedly follow the duo through their junior and senior years of high school. According to Entertainment Weekly, the third season will premiere in fall 2019 in two parts, each consisting of eight episodes.
Get ready to spend another season with the Tanner-Fuller family. Shortly after the release of the “Full House” spinoff’s fourth season, Netflix announced the show will return for a fifth and final round of episodes.
“We saved the best for last,” the cast promised in a video announcement. The show’s final run will be available to stream on Netflix sometime this fall.
‘The Kominsky Method’
Netflix is bringing “The Kominsky Method,” starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin, back for a second season. Per Deadline, the sophomore run will consist of eight episodes and has already started production. Though the streamer has yet to reveal a premiere date, it’s likely that the next round of episodes will arrive sometime in late 2019.
Let the shady schemes, money-laundering and prison-dodging antics continue. “Ozark,” the Netflix hit starring Jason Bateman (who also directs and executive produces the series), will be back for season three this year. The renewal comes as no surprise given that the show has proven popular among streamers and earned attention during award season the last couple of years. Netflix has yet to announce a premiere date, although previous seasons aired in July and August, making a summer release likely.
‘Grace and Frankie’
Season five of “Grace and Frankie” only recently hit Netflix in January 2019, but the streaming service is already planning the series’ future. The show has been renewed for a sixth season, with pre-production already underway. But it will be a while before the next round of episodes arrives. Season six reportedly won’t premiere until 2020.
There are only two seasons of “The Crown” currently available to stream on Netflix, but there’s plenty more to look forward to. The company has renewed the historical drama through season four. Season three, expected to premiere sometime in 2019, will jump to the 1970s, with Olivia Colman taking on the role of Queen Elizabeth.
It seems like a lifetime ago (aka fall 2017) that “Mindhunter” initially got renewed for a second season, but Netflix still has yet to announce a premiere date. Expected to arrive sometime later this year, season two will reportedly focus on a series of murders that took place in Atlanta between 1979 and 1981.
‘My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman’
Netflix also opted to renew “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman.” The streamer has ordered another six-episode season of the talk show series, which will debut sometime in 2019. The show has yet to announce guests for the next season.
“Narcos: Mexico” is returning for season two, making it the fifth season of the franchise overall. Showrunner Eric Newman has previously discussed his hope to continue the show as long as possible, particularly given the plethora of real-life material to mine from.
“I will do this as long as they’ll let me do it,” Newman told The Hollywood Reporter before the renewal was confirmed.
After making the jump from Lifetime to Netflix, “You” has become an internet sensation. So it’s no surprise another season is already in the works. The second season will reportedly be a loose interpretation of Caroline Kepnes’ second novel, “Hidden Bodies.” It will also change locations from New York to Los Angeles. Season two will hit Netflix sometime later in 2019.
It’s only been a little more than a month since “Sex Education,” the Netflix comedy-drama fronted by Gillian Anderson and Asa Butterfield, first premiered, but fans can already start planning for season two. Netflix has ordered a second batch of episodes of the series, which centers on an awkward high school student with a sex therapist mother who sets up an underground sex therapy clinic for students. Anderson confirmed the news on Twitter, writing, “Ready for more?”
‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’
Get ready for more adventures with Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Season one of this supernatural series isn’t over just yet, with the second half of the season set to premiere in April 2019. Despite that, Netflix is charging ahead with a second 16-episode season, which — like the freshman season — will also be split into two parts.
The dystopian sci-fi series “Altered Carbon” will be back for season two — with some major changes. In addition to some behind-the-scenes changes, Anthony Mackie joins the cast as the new version of lead role Takeshi Kovac, whose journey on the show spans many years and various bodies and planets. In season one, Joel Kinnaman played the character. According to Deadline, the second season will consist of eight episodes.
“The Ranch” is still standing, despite the departure of co-star Danny Masterson over allegations of sexual misconduct. Netflix has renewed the Ashton Kutcher-fronted comedy for another season. Dax Shepard, who joined the cast after Masterson’s exit, will likely continue to recur on the series, as will Debra Winger. Season four will consist of 20 episodes and, if it follows the trajectory of its previous two seasons, will likely premiere early this summer.
“Ugly Delicious,” Netflix’s non-scripted series that examines the history and culture of a specific popular food, is also getting a second season. Renowned chef David Chang, who hosts the show, announced news of the pickup via Instagram on Thanksgiving. “@UglyDelicious is coming back for a second season. Only on #Netflix,” he wrote.
‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’
Amazon’s critically acclaimed series, starring Rachel Brosnahan, is also getting another season. The renewal was announced shortly before the launch of season two, which hit Amazon in December 2018. So when can you expect to see season three? Though no premiere date has been announced, it’s likely the third season will kick off in winter 2019.
‘Man in The High Castle’
Amazon renewed “Man in the High Castle” for a fourth season back in 2018, but it wasn’t until the release of the show’s latest trailer that fans learned season four would also be its last. The first trailer for the upcoming tells viewers, “The End of the Worlds Is Coming.” The last batch of episodes will hit Amazon Prime sometime this fall.
After earning rave reviews and award-season attention for its freshman season, Amazon has decided to move forward with a second season of “Homecoming.” But fans should expect some major changes — original star Julia Roberts will not appear in the next season, although she will stay on as an executive producer. Season two will reportedly further explore the storyline teased in the season one finale, in which Colin Belfast (Bobby Cannavale) faces off against his former assistant-turned-superior Audrey Temple (Hong Chau).
Also returning to Amazon in 2019? “Goliath,” the legal drama starring Billy Bob Thornton, which will kick off its third season later this year. According to the synopsis shared on the show’s Twitter account, season three will follow as Thornton’s Billy McBridge as he goes head-to-head with a billionaire rancher after the unexpected death of an old friend.
Just a quick teaser darlin'…
S3 will see Billy take a case in the drought-stricken Central Valley, where he comes face-to-face with a new Goliath: a billionaire rancher #DennisQuaid and his sister @AmyBrenneman pic.twitter.com/1qdAxNtbaO
— Goliath (@goliathtv) December 13, 2018
If you love Amazon’s “Bosch,” we have good news. The show has been preemptively renewed through season six — which means fans have two still-unaired seasons to look forward to. Season five has already wrapped production and is expected to air sometime this year. A premiere date hasn’t been confirmed, although it’s worth noting that both of the last two seasons have launched in mid-April.
Amazon renewed “Sneaky Pete” for a third season last summer, but a premiere date still has yet to be announced. One potential reason for the delay: The show’s writers had to make adjustments to the season’s script following the death of a guest star, Ricky Jay. The actor had signed on to play a new character in season three, although The Hollywood Reporter suggests his role may now be written out.
The second season of Amazon’s superhero series will launch on April 5. The show was initially renewed back in January 2018, with production on 10 new episodes wrapping up later that year. According to the synopsis, season two of the show will follow Tick (Peter Serafinowicz) and Arthur (Griffin Newman) as they defend the City from new villains and old enemies — while also convincing the government that they deserve the job.
Amazon’s critically acclaimed British sitcom earned a two-season renewal back in 2017. Though season three aired later that same year, fans have been waiting on the fourth season to premiere. After almost two years, it’s finally here. Season four, which is set to be the final season of the series, kicks off on March 15.
Fans of Amazon’s “Jack Ryan” reboot, starring John Krasinski, have plenty to look forward to. Following a well-received freshman season, Amazon has opted to renew the action-thriller through season three. But first things first: Season two has started filming in both the U.S. and abroad and will likely premiere in fall 2019. The second season will follow Jack Ryan as he confronts the powerful leaders in a declining South American regime.
The ’70s-set drama, which earned solid reviews but modest ratings, will conclude its story with a third and final season. Co-creator David Simon has previously hinted that the final season would take place in the mid-‘80s, a period of massive change in New York and, in particular, Times Square. The season will likely kick off in fall 2019.
‘Game of Thrones’
The end is coming for “Game of Thrones.” The fantasy drama, based on George R.R. Martin’s book series, will end with a highly anticipated eighth and final season (set to premiere in April). Though the pending season will only consist of 10 episodes, it looks like fans are in for an unforgettable conclusion. When recently asked to describe the final season on the Oscars red carpet, star Emilia Clarke replied, “Shock. It’s going to be huge.”
After delaying production to allow star Julia Louis-Dreyfus time to undergo treatment for breast cancer, “Veep” will return for one last season on March 31. The show left off with Selina Meyer looking to enter the Oval Office, courtesy of a constitutional loophole — but she’ll have to face off against opposing candidate Jonah Ryan first. Season seven will only consist of seven episodes. But from the looks of the trailer, the shortened season will still be packed with plenty of crazy campaign antics.
After scoring a season five renewal last September, Dwayne Johnson’s comedy-drama will be returning this year. Season five will pick up in the aftermath of the lawsuit Johnson’s Spencer filed against the NCAA, blaming the organization for his brother’s suicide. A premiere date hasn’t been announced, although prior seasons have typically kicked off in the summer.
After wrapping up its third season last fall, “Insecure” will return for season four this year. The show, a Sunday night comedy staple alongside “Ballers,” has proven to be a critical hit for HBO. Star Issa Rae, who nabbed an Emmy nomination for her role last year, confirmed the news on Instagram, thanking fans on behalf of all of the writers, cast and crew members.
HBO and “Divorce” are staying together for another season. The premium cable network has renewed the comedy, starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church, for a third season. Though that’s good news for fans, be forewarned: Season three will reportedly be its shortest season yet, consisting of only six episodes.
‘My Brilliant Friend’
“My Brilliant Friend” is also coming back to HBO. The show, based on Elena Ferrante’s best-selling book series, follows two women who meet as children and continue their friendship for many decades. Season two will reportedly be based on “The Story of a New Name,” the second of the four books in Ferrante’s series.
“Westworld” has proven to be incredibly popular for HBO, so it’s no surprise the network is bringing the series back for a third season. Unfortunately, fans still have no word on a possible release date for the next season. Considering that a full year and a half passed between seasons one and two, it may be a good while — perhaps not until 2020 — that viewers see its return.
Nearly a year after the conclusion of its first season, “Barry” will return with season two. The sophomore season will follow Bill Hader’s Barry as he juggles two lives, working in an athletic shop while simultaneously trying to cover up his guilt over the dark events that occurred last season. Hader will direct two episodes of the upcoming season, which you can see a teaser of below. It kicks off on March 31.
‘Big Little Lies’
“Big Little Lies” was initially meant to be a one-season mini-series. But the star-studded show proved to be such a big hit among both critics and audiences that it wasn’t long before HBO decided to bring it back for another go-round. Liane Moriarty, who wrote the bestseller the series is based on, penned a new novella as a template for the season two script. The new season will reportedly focus on a new mystery, although the entire cast is expected to return — with the addition of Meryl Streep!
‘The Walking Dead’
Depending on how you feel about the current season, you’ll either be happy or exasperated that “The Walking Dead” has been renewed for another season. The show wraps its ninth season at the end of March and will return with new episodes in October. Showrunner Angela Kang announced the news on Instagram alongside a creepy zombie-filled teaser.
Also returning to the AMC lineup: “Preacher,” the comic book-based drama from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. The network renewed the show for a fourth season, which will reportedly film in Australia. Though a premiere date hasn’t been announced, the series will likely premiere in early summer, as the last two seasons have.
AMC renewed horror anthology “The Terror” for a 10-episode second season back in June 2018. Season two, titled “The Terror: Infamy,” will reportedly take place in a Japanese internment camp during World War II. Derek Mio and George Takei have joined the cast for the upcoming season, which will premiere later this year.
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“Lodge 49” will return for another season. Though modestly rated, the series earned widely positive reviews from critics during its freshman run. The show confirmed the news on Instagram, writing, “We’re making more. #Lodge49 #Season2.” The second season will consist of 10 episodes and will air later this year.
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
Having earned huge buzz and critical acclaim in its first two seasons, a third season renewal for the Hulu series was pretty much a no-brainer. The show, adapted from Margaret Atwood’s novel of the same name, will kick off its third season on June 5, almost a year after the conclusion of its sophomore season.
Hulu is returning to “Castle Rock.” The company has renewed the anthology drama, based on the Stephen King-created universe, for a second season. Season two will focus on an entirely new story, as co-creator Dustin Thomason previously told The Hollywood Reporter.
“Each season is going to be its own self-contained story: beginning, middle, and end,” he explained.
PBS has confirmed that the show’s upcoming fifth season will double as its last. The show, as well as several cast members, shared photos of the final days on set on Instagram. Although a release date has not been confirmed, it has been confirmed that the final season will air later this year. “And that’s our final wrap! Thank you for all your support, we can’t wait to show you #Poldark S5 later in 2019,” the official “Poldark” account wrote in a caption alongside a cast photo.
This Golden Globe-winning drama is wrapping up, but fans still have one last season to look forward. There will be some major changes in the upcoming fifth and final season. The season will partly take place 20 years in the future, following the events of season four. Star Joshua Jackson will also depart the show while Anna Paquin will join the cast as a new key player.
Showtime’s veteran drama “Homeland” will wrap up this year with 12 final episodes. The farewell season, which premieres in June 2019, will reportedly kick off with a “fairly big time jump,” according to Entertainment Weekly. Rather than jumping from different countries, Carrie Mathison’s final adventure will take place mostly in Israel.
The “X-Men” spin-off has also been greenlit for a third and final season. Season three will reportedly introduce several notable guest stars, including Harry Lloyd as Professor X, the founder of the X-Men and Haller’s father, and Stephanie Corneliussen as his mother, Gabrielle Haller. You can watch the final episodes starting in June 2019.
After scoring solid ratings in its debut season, FX’s “Sons of Anarchy” spin-off has earned a second season. “The Mayans MC mythology sprung from the womb of ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ but anyone who has taken the time to watch, knows it has become its own mythical creature,” co-creator Kurt Sutter said in a statement of the renewal. FX has yet to confirm a release date, although Sutter has been teasing the second season on Instagram.
After getting renewed in summer 2018, “Atlanta” is also expected to return for a third season in late 2019 or early 2020. Creator and star Donald Glover has promised the upcoming season will be its most “accessible” yet.
“I align the seasons, I think, to me, like Kanye records,” he said, per IndieWire. “I feel like this is our ‘Graduation.’ This is probably our most accessible but also the realest — an honest version of it — and I feel like the most enjoyable, like the third album.”
“Pose” also has a second season coming this year after scoring a renewal in 2018. According to E!, the sophomore season of the series will begin in 1989 and end in March 1990, right when Madonna’s song “Vogue” debuted. Sandra Bernhard, who played the brash but caring nurse Judy Katz in season one, will return as a series regular for the second season.
After three seasons on air, “Mr. Robot” will come to a conclusion in 2019. Season four of the USA series will serve as the final chapter, with star Rami Malek promising an ending that won’t disappoint. “It’s going to be a very, very, climactic ending to what I think has been four great seasons of television,” he said, per Digital Spy.
‘Suits’ wrapped up its eighth season this February, but that won’t be the end for the USA series. The legal drama has been renewed for a ninth and final season that will kick off this summer. And that’s not the only thing fans have to look forward to — in addition to the final batch of episodes, the “Suits” universe will continue with a spin-off centering on Gina Torres’ character, Jessica Pearson.
Syfy is bringing plenty more magic to your screen. Though “The Magicians” is still airing its fourth season, the network has already gone ahead and renewed the fantasy series for a fifth season. Season four is expected to wrap up in early April, after which fans can look forward to the season five premiere sometime in January 2020.
Syfy’s vampire series will also return for a 13-episode fourth season. The upcoming season will come with a behind-the-scenes change, with writer and executive producer Jonathan Walker taking over the showrunner position. Walker has promised there’s plenty for fans to look forward to, telling Deadline, “Season 4 will delve deeper into the iconic lore of the vampires and their ultimate goals for this world. New villains will rise along with unexpected heroes joining the fight.”
After nabbing a two-season renewal in 2017, “Killjoys” still has one season left to air. A premiere date for the 10-episode fifth and final season has yet to be announced. However, a summer release is likely, as every other season of the show has begun in either June or July.
Though Syfy’s cult-favorite series “Wynonna Earp” has been renewed for a fourth season, it may be a while before fans get to see it. According to The Hollywood Reporter, production on the new season has been delayed due to mounting financial challenges from the show’s production company, IDW Entertainment. It’s unclear when production will begin, although IDW maintains its commitment to continuing the series.
“We are in the process of working out the details for how the ‘Wynonna’ story will continue and will share new details very soon,” the company said in a statement.
“Outlander” only just wrapped its fourth season in early 2019. But fans don’t need to spend any time worrying over the show’s fate. Starz has preemptively renewed the series through season six — meaning viewers have not one, but two new seasons to look forward to. Season five hasn’t started production yet, but we do know that it will consist of 12 episodes and that it will likely be based on the fifth book in Diana Galbadon’s “Outlander” series, “The Fiery Cross.”
Fans are getting a second course of “Sweetbitter.” The restaurant drama, based on Stephanie Danler’s novel of the same name, has been renewed for a second season. Though Starz has yet to announced a return date, the network has confirmed that the show’s sophomore run will be longer, consisting of 10 half-hour episodes rather than six.
After making its debut in April 2018, “Killing Eve” quickly became the world’s newest TV obsession. It earned rave reviews from critics and audiences alike and several accolades for star Sandra Oh. So it’s no surprise that the show is returning for another round of cat and mouse between Eve and Villanelle. Season two will kick off on April 7.