Here are your favourite TV shows that are coming back for another season

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As some TV shows get the axe, others get picked up for more seasons.

Beloved shows like “Schitt’s Creek” recently ended impressive runs, while other series, including “American Horror Story” and “The Crown,” have more seasons on the way.

Here are your favourite shows that are returning for a new season through 2020 – and some shows that have even been renewed through 2021.

Anjelica Oswald contributed to an earlier version of this article.


“13 Reasons Why” season four (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixDylan Minnette stars on the controversial show.

Season three was made available to stream on Netflix in 2019.


“9-1-1” and spinoff “9-1-1: Lone Star” are both coming back in the fall.

Fox‘9-1-1’ is a drama focusing on first responders.

The Fox drama has been renewed for a fourth season, while its spinoff will return for a second season.


“The Alienist” season two (TNT) return TBD.

TNTDakota Fanning, Daniel Bruhl, and Luke Evans star.

The second season will be based on another book.


“All American” season three (The CW) return TBD.

Ray Mickshaw/The CWDaniel Ezra stars.

The show is inspired by the life and career of NFL star Spencer Paysinger.


“American Horror Story” seasons 10, 11, 12, and 13 (FX) return TBD.

Kurt Iswarienko/FXSarah Paulson starred on ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse.’

Season nine, titled “American Horror Story: 1984,” premiered on September 18, 2019.

Season 10 is expected to premiere sometime this year, and it’s already set to return for three additional seasons.


“American Housewife” season five return TBD.

Michael Ansell/ABC‘American Housewife’ is an ABC sitcom.

The ABC comedy was greenlit for a new season in May 2020.


“America’s Got Talent” season 15 (NBC) return TBD.

Mitchell Varble/NBCUniversalCeline Tam on ‘America’s Got Talent.’

Season 14 premiered in May 2019.


“American Ninja Warrior” season 12 (NBC) return TBD.

Mitchell Leff/NBCPeople compete on ‘American Ninja Warrior.’

Season 11 premiered in May 2019, but fans will have to wait for the 12th season, which has reportedly been delayed because of coronavirus.


“Animal Kingdom” season five (TNT) return TBD.

TNTThe show premiered in 2016.

The show is based on the Australian movie of the same name.


“Another Life” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixKatee Sackhoff stars.

Netflix plans to film season two in 2020.


“Atlanta” seasons three and four (FX) return TBD.

Guy D’Alema/FXDonald Glover stars.

Season three was originally slated for a 2019 return, but the production was delayed. Now, it’s looking both season three and season four of the hit FX show will premiere sometime in 2021.


“The Bachelor” season 25 (ABC) return TBD.

ABC/John FleenorPeter Weber starred on the latest season of ‘The Bachelor.’

A new season of spin-off show “The Bachelorette” was set to premiere on May 18, but has been pushed back because of coronavirus concerns.

However, ABC recently greenlit “The Bachelor” for a 25th season, although there’s still no word yet on a premiere date.


“Barry” season three (HBO) return TBD.

HBOBill Hader got his big break on ‘Saturday Night Live.’

The comedy follows a hit-man who wants to be an actor.


“Batwoman” season two (The CW) return TBD.

Elizabeth Morris/The CWRuby Rose stars on ‘Batwoman.’

Season one of the show followed DC comics hero Kate Kane (Ruby Rose), who’s the cousin of Bruce Wayne.

But with Rose now leaving the series, the CW has announced that they will be replacing her character with a new one for the second season.


“Better Call Saul” season six return TBD.

AMCBob Odenkirk stars.

The Emmy-nominated show is a “Breaking Bad” spin-off, and will return for a sixth and final season.


“Better Things” season five return TBD.

Jessica Brooks/FX‘Better Things’ airs on FX.

News of the FX comedy’s fifth season broke in early July.


“Big Mouth” seasons four, five, and six (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixThe show centres on teens going through puberty.

Netflix picked up the Nick Kroll-created series for an additional three seasons ahead of its third season premiere.


“#blackAF” season two return TBD.

NetflixKenya Barris and Rashida Jones star on ‘#blackAF.’

News of the show’s second season was announced in June 2020.


“Black-ish” season seven return TBD.

ABC/Nicole WilderTracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson will be back as parents worried about passing on their culture to their kids.

The comedy, which spawned the spin-offs “Mixed-ish” and “Grown-ish,” was greenlit for a new season in May 2020.


“A Black Lady Sketch Show” season two (HBO) return TBD.

Anne Marie Fox/HBORobin Thede, Ashley Nicole Black, and Quinta Brunson on episode four.

The sketch comedy is executive produced by “Insecure’s” Issa Rae.


“Black Lightning” season four (The CW) return TBD.

Guy D’Alema/The CWCress Williams stars.

The show follows the DC Comics hero who can harness and manipulate electricity, and will reportedly come back sometime in fall of 2020.


“Bosch” season seven return TBD.

Amazon StudiosTitus Welliver plays Bosch.

The show is based on Michael Connelly’s best-selling novels.


“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” season eight return TBD.

FoxAndy Samberg stars on ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine.’

One day after being cancelled by Fox, NBC picked up the show for a sixth season thanks to fan uproar. It has been renewed for two additional seasons.


“Charmed” season three (The CW) return TBD.

Katie Yu/The CWMelonie Diaz and Madeleine Mantock star.

The show is a reboot of The WB series of the same name.


“The Chi” season three (Showtime) returns Sunday, July 5.

ShowtimeJason Mitchell was fired from his starring role on ‘The Chi’ following misconduct accusations.

The series was created by Lena Waithe, who’s set to appear on the third season. And since star Jason Mitchell was fired from the show after allegations of sexual misconduct, guest stars like La La Anthony and singer Luke James will appear on the new season of the Showtime series.


“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” season four TBD.

NetflixKiernan Shipka stars on the NEtflix show.

Netflix revealed in early July that the upcoming fourth season will be the show’s last. The final season is set to premiere later this year.


“The Circle” was renewed for a second season.

Mitch Jenkins/Netflix‘The Circle’ aired on Netflix starting January 1, 2020.

Netflix announced the new season earlier this year, and also green-lit a second season for “Love Is Blind.”


“Claws” season four (TNT) return TBD.

TNTNiecy Nash (centre) stars on ‘Claws.’

The upcoming fourth season will be its last.


“The Conners” season three return TBD.

ABC/Robert Trachtenberg‘The Conners’ is a spin-off of ABC’s ‘Roseanne.’

ABC greenlit the sitcom for a new season in May 2020.


“The Crown” season four (Netflix) return TBD.

Sophie Mutevelian/NetflixOlivia Colman stars as Queen Elizabeth II.

The third season, which premiered on on November 17, 2019, introduced a different cast to portray a later time in the Queen’s life.


“Dancing With the Stars” season 29 return TBD.

ABC‘Dancing with the Stars’ first premiered in 2005.

The new season of the competition dance show was greenlit by ABC in May 2020.


“Dark” season three (Netflix) returns June 27.

Julia Terjung/NetflixIt’s a German sci-fi series.

The third season will be its last.


“Dead to Me” season three return TBD.

NetflixLinda Cardellini (left) and Christina Applegate star on ‘Dead to Me.’

The upcoming third season will be the Netflix show’s last.


“Dickinson” season two (Apple TV+) return TBD.

Apple TV PlusHailee Steinfeld stars on ‘Dickinson.’

The comedy is loosely based on the life of Emily Dickinson.


“Documentary Now!” season four (IFC) return TBD.

IFCIt’s a fictionalized satire of non-fiction documentaries.

The series was created by Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers, and Rhys Thomas and is executive produced by “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels.


“Dynasty” season four (The CW) return TBD.

The CWElizabeth Gillies (left) stars on ‘Dynasty.’

The show is a modernised reboot of an ’80s soap opera.


“Élite” season four return TBD.

Manuel Fernandez-Valdes/NetflixThe show follows students at an elite secondary school.

Netflix officially confirmed the return of the Spanish-language teen drama in May 2020.


“Ellen’s Game of Games” season four (NBC) return TBD.

Mike Rozman/NBCEllen DeGeneres is the host of ‘Game of Games.’

Contestants compete for cash prizes on the show, which was recently renewed for a fourth season in February.


“Euphoria” season two (HBO) return TBD.

Eddy Chen/HBOHunter Schafer stars as Jules on ‘Euphoria.’

The gritty teen drama has become known for its eye-catching fashion and makeup looks, but fans of the HBO show will have to wait a little longer for the next season since production has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.


“The Expanse” season five (Amazon) return TBD.

‘The Expanse’/SyFy‘The Expanse’ has been described as a sci-fi ‘Game of Thrones.’

Originally cancelled by SyFy, Amazon picked up “The Expanse” for season four, which premiered on December 13, 2019.


“F Is For Family” season four (Netflix) return TBD.

NETFLIXThe voice cast includes Bill Burr and Laura Dern.

The comedy is another of Netflix’s popular animated shows.


“Family Reunion” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixTia Mowry-Hardrict stars.

In addition to a 16-episode second season, nine new episodes from season one will be made available in January 2020.


“Fargo” season four (FX) was set to return in April, but is delayed because of coronavirus.

FX‘Fargo’ is an anthology series.

Chris Rock will star on the fourth season, which takes place in Kansas City, Missouri, in the 1950s.

The new season of the show was supposed to premiere on April 19th, but since production on the show has been postponed because of coronavirus concerns, the series will now premiere at a later date.


“Fear the Walking Dead” season six (AMC) return TBD.

Richard Foreman Jr/AMCCliff Curtis and Kim Dickens star.

It’s a prequel to “The Walking Dead.”


“The Flash” season seven (The CW) return TBD.

Dean Buscher/The CWGrant Gustin stars on ‘The Flash.’

The show is based on the DC Comics character Barry Allen.


“For All Mankind” season two (Apple) return TBD.

AppleThe revisionist history drama was created by Ron Moore.

The Apple TV+ show was renewed before its series premiere on November 1, 2019.


“Fuller House” season five part two (Netflix) return TBD.

Mike Yarish/Netflix‘Fuller House’ stars some of the original ‘Full House’ cast.

The fifth season will be its last. The first half premiered on December 6, 2019, and the second half will likely premiere sometime this year.


“Glow” season four (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixBetty Gilpin and Alison Brie star on ‘Glow.’

The fourth season will be its last.


“The Goldbergs” season eight return TBD.

ABC‘The Goldbergs’ is a period comedy.

ABC announced a new season of the show in May 2020.


“Grace and Frankie” season seven return TBD.

Melissa Moseley / NetflixJane Fonda and Lily Tomlin star.

The show is Netflix’s longest-running live-action scripted comedy series. The seventh season will be its last, and could possibly be delayed, since production has been halted due to coronavirus concerns.


Hulu’s “The Great” season 2 return TBD.

HuluElle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult star in ‘The Great.’

Season one of the period dramedy premiered on May 15, and news of the second season was announced in early July.


“Grey’s Anatomy” season 17 (ABC) return TBD.

ABCEllen Pompeo stars as Meredith Grey.

Season 16 of “Grey’s Anatomy” premiered in September. The Shonda Rhimes-created series is the longest-running medical drama of all time.


“Grown-ish” season four (Freeform) return TBD.

Eric Liebowitz/FreeformYara Shahidi stars on ‘Grown-Ish.’

The series is a spin-off from “Black-ish.”


“The Handmaid’s Tale” season four (Hulu) returns in 2021.

Sophie Giraud/HuluElizabeth Moss stars as June on ‘The Handmaid’s Tale.’

Hulu renewed the Emmy-winning drama for a fourth season in the midst of its third-season run.

Because of coronavirus, showrunners recently announced that the fourth season will premiere in 2021.


“Hanna” season two (Amazon) return TBD.

AmazonEsmé Creed-Miles stars in the titular role.

The series premiered in March 2019.


“Hell’s Kitchen” seasons 19 and 20 (Fox) return TBD.

FoxGordon Ramsay’s show is coming back.

Fox airs multiple Gordan Ramsay shows, which could account for the delay.


“The Hills: New Beginnings” season two (MTV) return TBD.

MTVMany original cast members returned for the reboot.

Neither Lauren Conrad nor Kristin Cavallari returned for the reboot.


“In the Dark” season three (The CW) return TBD.

The CWPerry Mattfeld stars as a woman with blindness.

It was renewed for a third season ahead of the second season premiere.


“Jack Ryan” season three (Amazon) return TBD.

Business InsiderJohn Krasinski stars on ‘Jack Ryan.’

The series is based on characters from Tom Clancy.


“Killing Eve” season four (BBC America) return TBD.

BBC AmericaJodie Comer (left) and Sandra Oh star on ‘Killing Eve.’

“Killing Eve” was renewed for season four, and season three premiered in April.


“The Kominsky Method” season three return TBD.

Mike Yarish/NetflixAlan Arkin (left) and Michael Douglas star on ‘The Kominsky Method.’

The third season of the Netflix comedy will be its last.


“Legacies” season three (The CW) return TBD.

Annette Brown/The CWDanielle Rose Russell stars on ‘Legacies.’

The show is a spin-off of “The Originals,” itself a spin-off of “The Vampire Diaries.”


“Legends of Tomorrow” season six return TBD.

The CW‘Legends of Tomorrow’ stars some heroes and villains introduced on other DC shows.

The time-travelling superhero series was renewed for a sixth season in January.


“Locke & Key” return TBD.

Christos Kalohoridis/NetflixKinsey and Gabe together on ‘Locke and Key’ season one.

The supernatural Netflix series will return for a second season, according to the show’s Twitter page.


“Love Is Blind” was just renewed for a second season.

Screenshot via Netflix‘Love Is Blind’ is a reality dating show from Netflix.

Netflix recently that the popular dating show has been picked up for a second and third season, and is now casting in the Chicago area.


“Los Espookys” season two (HBO) return TBD.

HBOFred Armisen cocreated and stars on ‘Los Espookys.’

The six-episode first season debuted on HBO in June.


“Lost in Space” season three (Netflix) return TBD.

Des Willie/NetflixTaylor Russell costars on Netflix’s ‘Lost in Space’ season two.

The third season of the space drama will be its last, and is expected to premiere sometime in 2021.


“Loudermilk” season three (Audience Network) return TBD.

Audience NetworkRon Livingston stars on the series.

The comedy focuses on a disillusioned rehab counselor.


“Love Island” season two (CBS) return TBD.

ITV StudiosSeason one’ contestant Adam Collard.

Coronavirus has delayed filming for the second season of the CBS show, adopted from the hit British series of the same name.


“Lucifer” season six return TBD.

20th Century FoxTom Ellis stars on ‘Lucifer.’

Netflix announced in June 2020 that the show will return for a sixth and final season.


“The Mandalorian” season two (Disney+) returns in fall 2020.

Disney/LucasfilmPedro Pascal stars.

Jon Favreau confirmed the renewal via Twitter shortly after the first season finale aired, and the third season is already reportedly in the works.


“The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel” season four (Amazon) return TBD.

AmazonRachel Brosnahan stars on the Emmy-nominated comedy.

The third season premiered on December 6, 2019.


“The Masked Singer” season four (Fox) return TBD.

Michael Becker / FOXT-Pain, disguised as ‘the Monster,’ was declared the winner of season one.

Judges have to figure out who is singing under masks in this reality competition show, which recently aired its third season.


“McMafia” season two (AMC) return TBD.

AMCJames Norton stars.

It’s a British crime show.


“A Million Little Things” season three return TBD.

Jack Rowand/ABC‘A Million Little Things’ premiered in 2016.

ABC greenlit a new season of the drama in May 2020.


“Mixed-ish” season two return TBD.

ABC/Richard CartwrightMykal-Michelle Harris, Ethan William Childress, Arica Himmel, and Christina Anthony star on ‘Mixed-ish.’

ABC greenlit a new season of the comedy (a spin-off of “Black-ish”) in May 2020.


“Modern Love” season two (Amazon) return TBD.

Amazon PrimeAnne Hathaway starred on an episode of the anthology series.

The show is based on the popular New York Times column of the same name.


“Mum” season eight (CBS) return TBD.

Darren Michaels/Warner Bros.Allison Janney and Anna Faris star on the series.

The show was renewed for two more seasons in January 2019.


“Morning Show” season two (Apple TV+) return TBD.

Apple TV PlusJennifer Aniston stars on ‘The Morning Show.’

The big-budget drama was set for two seasons from the start.


“Nancy Drew” season two (The CW) return TBD.

The CWKennedy McMann stars.

The show is based on Edward Stratemeyer’s beloved book series, and was renewed for a second season in January 2020.


“Never Have I Ever” season 2 return TBD.

NetflixMaitreyi Ramakrishnan and Jaren Lewison star in ‘Never Have I Ever.’

The coming-of-age comedy from Mindy Kaling premiered on Netflix earlier this year, and its return was announced in early July.


“The Other Two” season two (Comedy Central) return TBD.

Comedy CentralHeléne Yorke and Drew Tarver star.

The show follows a struggling actor and a former dancer, whose little brother rockets to fame on the Internet.


“Outlander” season six return TBD.

StarzCaitriona Balfe as Claire and Sam Heughan as Jamie on ‘Outlander.’

The series is based on Diana Gabaldon’s book series of the same name, and was renewed for a sixth season way back in 2018.


“Pennyworth” season two (Epix) return TBD.

EpixJack Bannon stars.

The series is a “Batman” prequel that follows the early life of his butler, Alfred Pennyworth. Production for the second season began in February, but the coronavirus pandemic will likely cause some delays.


“Pose” season three (FX) return TBD.

FXIndya Moore stars in the Ryan Murphy-created drama.

Season two premiered in June 2019.


“Queer Eye” season five (Netflix) returns summer 2020.

NetflixThe series premiered in 2018.

According to Deadline, the new season of the makeover show will premiere globally this summer on Netflix.


“Ramy” season three return TBD.

HuluRamy Youssef stars in ‘Ramy.’

Season two of the Hulu comedy premiered on May 29, and news of the new season came in early July.


“Raven’s Home” season four (Disney Channel) return TBD.

Disney ChannelRaven Symoné stars and serves as an executive producer.

The show is a spin-off of Disney Channel’s popular sitcom “That’s So Raven.”


“Rick and Morty” season five (Adult Swim) return TBD.

Adult Swim via YouTubeCreator Justin Roiland voices Rick and Morty.

Adult Swim ordered 70 more “Rick and Morty” episodes in May 2018, more than the number of episodes in its first three seasons combined. Season four premiered in November 2019.


“The Righteous Gemstones” season two (HBO) return TBD.

HBOAdam Devine, John Goodman, and Danny McBride star on the show.

The comedy premiered in August 2019.


“Riverdale” season five (The CW) return TBD.

The CWCamila Mendes and KJ Apa star.

Production on the popular teen drama has been halted because of coronavirus, meaning fans will likely have to wait a bit longer for a new season.


“The Rookie” season three return TBD.

ABCNathan Fillion (right) plays the oldest rookie at the Los Angeles police department on ‘The Rookie.’

The police procedural was greenlit for a new season by ABC in May 2020.


“Roswell, New Mexico” season three return TBD.

Ursula Coyote/The CWJeanine Mason and Nathan Parsons star on ‘Rosewell, New Mexico.’

The show is an adaptation of Melinda Metz’s “Roswell High” book series, and was renewed for a third season in January.


“Russian Doll” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

Courtesy of NetflixNatasha Lyonne co-created and stars on the show.

The dark comedy was co-created by “Orange Is the New Black” star Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland.

Production on the Netflix show is currently halted because of coronavirus, which means fans will probably have to wait a bit longer for a second season.


“See” season two (Apple TV+) return TBD.

AppleJason Momoa stars on ‘See.’

The show is set in a post-apocalyptic future, in which every person – except the main character’s twin children – is blind.

“See” was renewed for a second season in November, but a release date hasn’t been announced yet.


“Sex Education” season three return TBD.

Sam Taylor/NetflixAsa Butterfield and Emma Mackey star on ‘Sex Education.’

The series is a British comedy and drama, and was recently renewed for its third season.


“Shameless” season 11 (Showtime) returns in late 2020.

ShowtimeCameron Monaghan and Noel Fisher star.

The 11th season will be its last.


“The Simpsons” season 32 (Fox) returns in fall 2020.

Fox‘The Simpsons’ debuted in 1989.

The show has won 31 Emmys.


“Shark Tank” season 12 return TBD.

ABC‘Shark Tank’ first premiered in 2009.

ABC recently revealed that it had greenlit a new season of the reality show.


Hulu’s “Shrill” was just renewed for a third season.

Allyson Riggs/Hulu‘Shrill’ stars executive producer Aidy Bryant (left) and Lolly Adefope.

The show has been praised for its message of body positivity and its respectful portrayal of plus-sized women. Variety reported in March that the Hulu comedy had been green-lit for a third season.


“Snowfall” season four (FX) return TBD.

FXDamson Idris stars on ‘Snowfall.’

The show was renewed in the midst of its third season.


“The Society” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

Seacia Pavao/NetflixKathryn Newton stars on ‘The Society.’

The sci-fi teen drama is a modern take on “Lord of the Flies,” and could premiere in late 2020, although there’s still no specific date.


“Stargirl” season two return TBD.

The CWBrec Bassinger (right) stars on ‘Stargirl.’

The second season of the superhero show will premiere on the CW.


“Star Trek: Discovery” season three (CBS All Access) return TBD.

Michael Gibson/CBS‘Star Trek: Discovery’ was the first series developed for CBS All Access.

The series is set a decade before the original “Star Trek” series.

Even though it wrapped filming several weeks before coronavirus caused hundreds of other shows to halt production, there’s still not a set premiere date – although showrunner Alex Kurtzman recently said new episodes were coming “soon.”


“Star Trek: Picard” season two (CBS All Access) return TBD.

CBS All AccessSir Patrick Stewart reprises his role as Jean-Luc Picard from ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation.’

The show was renewed over a month before its first season premiere.


“Station 19” (ABC) season four return TBD.

ABCJaina Lee Ortiz stars on ‘Station 19.’

The show is a spin-off of the beloved medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy,” and was recently renewed for a fourth season.


“Stranger Things” season four (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixMaya Hawke and Joe Keery starred on season three of ‘Stranger Things.’

Netflix announced its renewal on September 30, nearly three months after the third season premiere.

There’s currently no set date for season four’s release, but some are speculating that it might premiere in October of 2020 or 2021.


“Stumptown” season two return TBD.

ABCCobie Smulders stars on ‘Stumptown.’

ABC greenlit a second season of the crime drama in May 2020.


“Supergirl” season six (The CW) return TBD.

The CWMelissa Benoist stars.

The show follows the DC Comics hero who’s also Superman’s cousin. Season six was confirmed in January, but some have wondered if star Melissa Benoist’s recent pregnancy will affect filming.


“This Is Us” seasons five and six (NBC) return TBD.

Ron Batzdorff/NBCThe show follows the Pearson family.

“This Is Us” is confirmed to return for at least two more seasons. Season four premiered in September, and the fifth season is expected to follow suit by premiering in September 2020 – that is, if coronavirus doesn’t impact filming.


“The Titan Games” season two (NBC) return TBD.

The Rock/YouTubeDwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson hosts the competition series.

The show features men and women going head-to-head in physical challenges, and was renewed for a second season in 2019.


“The Twilight Zone” season two (CBS All Access) return TBD.

CBSGinnifer Goodwin on the episode, ‘Point of Origin.’

Jordan Peele acts as the host, producer, and narrator of the show, which is expected to return sometime in 2020.


“The Umbrella Academy” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix‘The Umbrella Academy’ is based on a Dark Horse Comics series.

Luckily for fans of the superhero show, production for the second season wrapped before the coronavirus pandemic reached full swing. However, a specific date for the season two premiere hasn’t been announced yet.


“Van Helsing” season five (Syfy) return TBD.

Dan Power/Helsing S1 Productions/SyfyKelly Overton stars.

The fifth season will be its last, and was confirmed in December 2019 without a set premiere date.


“The Walking Dead” season 11 (AMC) return TBD.

Gene Page/AMCAndrew Lincoln left the series on season nine.

Both the finale for season 10 as well as filming for the upcoming eleventh season of the zombie drama have been delayed because of coronavirus.


“The Wendy Williams Show” seasons 13 (Fox) return TBD.

Wendy WIlliams ShowWendy Williams hosts the long-running daytime talk show.

The popular talk show was renewed for a thirteenth season in September 2019, but a new release date hasn’t been set yet.


HBO’s “Westworld” was just renewed for season four.

HBOAaron Paul and Evan Rachel Wood star on the new season of ‘Westworld.’

The sci-fi drama, loosely based on the 1973 film of the same name, will reportedly run for six seasons total.


“Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” season 22 return TBD.

Getty Images‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’ first premiered in 1999.

ABC greenlit a new season of the game show in May 2020.


“Why Women Kill” season two (CBS All Access) return TBD.

CBSLucy Liu stars.

The anthology series was created by Marc Cherry, and was renewed for a second season in October 2019, although a specific date hasn’t been set yet.


“The Witcher” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixHenry Cavill stars as Geralt of Rivia on ‘The Witcher.’

Based on the book series of the same name by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, filming for season two of the fantasy drama was suspended earlier this year after star Kirstofer Hivju tested positive for the coronavirus.

Production is currently on pause, but before the pandemic, season two was expected to premiere in 2021. A new date hasn’t been announced yet.


“Wynonna Earp” season four (SyFy) return TBD.

Syfy‘Wynonna Earp’ is based on the comic of the same name.

The cast had just begun filming again before the coronavirus shut down production midway through season four.


“You” season three (Netflix) return TBD, sometime in 2021.

NetflixPenn Badgley stars.

The first two seasons are available to stream on Netflix, and the third is expected sometime in 2021, although there’s still no exact date.


“Young Sheldon” season four (CBS) return TBD.

Robert Voets/CBSIain Armitage stars on the series.

The show is a “Big Bang Theory” prequel, and some speculate it might return in September 2020, although there’s not a confirmed date at this time.


“Younger” season seven (TV Land) return TBD.

TV LandSutton Foster and Hilary Duff on TV Land’s longest-running original series.

The show was renewed in the midst of airing its sixth season.

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