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

Tony Rivetti/ABC‘Grey’s Anatomy’ will continue for at least two more seasons.

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

Beloved shows like “Veep” and “Game of Thrones” will end impressive runs in 2019, while other series including “Outlander” and “The Crown” have at least two more seasons on the way.

Here are your favourite shows that are returning for a new season through 2020.

“13 Reasons Why” season three (Netflix) returns in 2019.

NetflixDylan Minnette stars on the series.

The controversial show is returning.

“48 Hours” season 31 (CBS) return TBD.

CBSErin Moriarty, Peter Van Sant, Maureen Maher, Richard Schlesinger and Tracy Smith are the correspondents.

The news magazine show focuses on crime and justice cases.

“60 Minutes” season 51 (CBS) return TBD.

CBS/’60 Minutes’The show premiered in 1968.

“60 Minutes” has been on the air for 51 years.

“The 100” season seven (TBD) return TBD.

Bettina Strauss/The CWThe show is set in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world.

“The 100” is currently renewed through its seventh season.

“9-1-1” season three (Fox) return TBD.

FoxConnie Britton starred on season one, but did not reprise her role.

Ryan Murphy created the series.

“The Affair” season five (Showtime) returns in 2019.

ShowtimeRuth Wilson and Dominic West star.

The fifth season will be the final one.

“After Life” season two (Netflix) returns in 2020.

NetflixRicky Gervais created and stars on the dark comedy.

“I have never had a reaction like this before,” show creator Ricky Gervais said in a statement. “It’s been insane. And heartwarming. But now I have to make sure the second season is even better so I’ll probably have to work much harder than usual. Annoying really.”

“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 two (The CW) return TBD.

Ray Mickshaw/The CWDaniel Ezra stars.

The show follows the rise of an intelligent, promising high school football player.

“The Amazing Race” season 31 (CBS) returns on Wednesday, May 22, 2019.

CBSA shot from season 30 of the show.

The show has won 10 Emmys out of 14 nominations for reality competition program.

“American Horror Story” seasons nine and ten (FX) returns 2019 and 2020, respectively.

FXSeason eight was a ‘Murder House’ and ‘Coven’ crossover.
Season eight premiered in September 2018.

“American Housewife” season four (ABC) return TBD.

ABCKaty Mixon stars.

The show is based in a wealthy Connecticut town.

“American Idol” season three (ABC) return TBD.

ABCRyan Seacrest is still the host.

It’s the show’s 18th season overall.

“American Ninja Warrior” season eight (NBC) returns summer 2019.

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

The competition show is returning in the summer.

“A Million Little Things” season two (ABC) returns fall 2019.

Jack Rowand/ABCDavid Giuntoli, James Roday, and Romany Malco star.

The show follows a group of friends from Boston.

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

TNTThe show premiered in 2016.

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

“Atlanta” season three (FX) return TBD.

Guy D’Alema/FXDonald Glover stars.

It was originally slated for a 2019 return, but the production was delayed.

“Arrow” season eight (The CW) returns fall 2019.

Dan Power/The CWStephen Amell stars as the titular hero on ‘Arrow.’

The DC Comics series is returning for its eighth and final season.

“Atypical” season three (Netflix) return TBD.

Adam Rose/NetflixThe series premiered in 2017.

The show follows Sam, a high school kid on the autism spectrum.

“The Bachelor” season 24 (ABC) return TBD.

ABCArie Luyendyk Jr. was the star of ‘The Bachelor’ season 22.

The newest season of “The Bachelorette” is currently underway.

“Bachelor In Paradise” season six (ABC) returns summer 2019.

ABC/Rick RowellThe series is a ‘Bachelor’ spin-off.

The series features rejected contestants from “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette.”

“Ballers” season five (HBO) return TBD.

HBO‘Ballers’ is on HBO.

Dwayne Johnson stars.

“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.

“Baskets” season four (FX) return TBD.

FXZach Galifianakis stars.

The show also stars Louie Anderson.

“Better Call Saul” season five (AMC) returns in 2019.

AMCBob Odenkirk stars.

The show has garnered numerous Emmy nominations.

“Better Things” season four (FX) returns in 2020.

FXThe show is produced and directed by Pamela Adlon, who also stars.

“I am humbled, grateful, and excited to tackle another season of stories and continue my creative partnership with my fearless FX team,” showrunner Pamela Adlon said in a statement.

“Big Little Lies” season two (HBO) returns on June 9, 2019.

HBOThe original cast is returning.

Meryl Streep joined for season two.

“Big Mouth” season three (Netflix) returns in 2019.

NetflixThe show centres on teens going through puberty.

The series was created by and stars Nick Kroll.

“Black Lightning” season three (The CW) returns fall 2019.

Guy D’Alema/The CWCress Williams stars on the series.

The DC series has yet to overlap with the other comic shows on the network.

“The Blacklist” season seven (NBC) return TBD.

Will Hart/NBCJames Spader stars.

The show premiered in 2013.

“Bless This Mess” season two (ABC) return TBD.

ABCLake Bell and Dax Shepard star.

The comedy was created and is executive produced by Lake Bell and Elizabeth Meriwether.

“Blue Bloods” season 10 (CBS) returns fall 2019.

John Paul Filo/CBSTom Selleck stars as Frank Reagan.

The renewal ensures that “Blue Bloods” will notch its 200th episode.

“Bob’s Burgers” season 10 (Fox) returns fall 2019.

FoxThe series centres on the Belcher family.

The series premiered in 2011.

“BoJack Horseman” season six (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixWill Arnett voices BoJack Horseman.

It’s an adult animated comedy.

“The Bold Type” season three (Freeform) return TBD.

FreeformMeghann Fahy, Katie Stevens, and Aisha Dee star.

The second season premiered summer 2018.

“Bosch” season six (Amazon) returns in 2019.

Amazon StudiosTitus Welliver plays Bosch.

“Bosch” is a character created by author Michael Connelly.

“Brockmire” seasons three and four (IFC) return TBD.

IFCHank Azaria stars on the series.

The comedy is about a Major League Baseball announcer who works to return to his career after a public meltdown.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” season seven (NBC) return TBD.

Fox‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ was saved from cancellation.

One day after being canceled by Fox, NBC picked up the show for a sixth season thanks to fan uproar and just got another renewal.

“Bull” season four (CBS) return TBD.

CBSMichael Weatherly stars.

Eliza Dushku recently accused the show’s star, Michael Weatherly, of sexual harassment.

“Burden of Truth” season two (The CW) return TBD.

CBCKristin Kreuk stars.

Season two was picked up in Canada before it was confirmed to air in the US.

“Castle Rock” season two (Hulu) return TBD.

HuluThe stories in ‘Castle Rock’ all take place in one town.

“Castle Rock” is based on characters and settings from Stephen King’s works.

“Charmed” season two (The CW) returns fall 2019.

Katie Yu/The CWThe series follows three sisters.

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

“The Chi” season two (Showtime) return TBD.

ShowtimeJason Mitchell stars.

The series was created by Lena Waithe.

“Chicago Fire” season eight (NBC) returns fall 2019.

Elizabeth Morris/NBCMiranda Rae Mayo as Stella Kidd, Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide.

The series is from Dick Wolf.

“Chicago Med” season five (NBC) returns fall 2019.

Elizabeth Sisson/NBCColin Donnell stars on the series.

“Med” is the most recent addition to the “Chicago” series.

“Chicago PD” season seven (NBC) returns fall 2019.

Matt Dinerstein/NBCAmy Morton as Desk Sgt. Trudy Platt, Jason Beghe as Sgt. Hank Voight.

“PD” is the second addition in the “Chicago” series.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” seasons three and four (Netflix) return TBD.

Netflix‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ even aired a special holiday episode.

Parts three and four of the series were announced in December 2018, months before the premiere of part two.

“Claws” season three (TNT) return TBD.

TNTIt’s about manicurists.

Niecy Nash stars on the series.

“The Conners” season two (ABC) return TBD.

ABCLaurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson, and John Goodman star.

The show is a spinoff of “Roseanne” sans Roseanne Barr herself.

“Criminal Minds” season 15 (CBS) returns fall 2019.

CBSThe series is about a Behavioural Analysis Unit.

The 15th will be its final season.

“The Crown” seasons three and four (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixThe series is about Queen Elizabeth II.

The cast is changing for the third and fourth seasons to portray a later part of the Queen’s life.

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” season 10 (HBO) return TBD.

HBOLarry David stars.

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” returned in 2017 after a six-year absence from TV.

“Dancing With the Stars” season 28 (ABC) returns fall 2019.

ABCThe show is a reality competition.

Stars perform with professional dancers on this competition.

“Dark” season two (Netflix) returns on Friday, June 21.

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

The season one finale left viewers with plenty of questions.

“Dear White People” season three (Netflix) return TBD.

Adam Rose/NetflixLogan Browning stars.

The show, based on the 2014 film of the same name, is expected to return in 2019.

“Designated Survivor” season three (Netflix) returns on Friday, June 7.

John Medland/ABCKiefer Sutherland stars.

Netflix saved the series after ABC canceled it.

“The Deuce” season three (HBO) returns in 2019.

Paul Shiraldo/HBOThe show follows the porn industry in New York City during the ’70s and ’80s.

“The Deuce” is ending with season three.

“Dirty John” season two (USA) returns in 2020.

BravoEric Bana and Connie Britton starred on season one.

The show, which is based on a true crime podcast of the same name, is moving from USA to Bravo for the second season. It will have a new story line.

“Divorce” season three (HBO) return TBD.

HBOThomas Haden Church and Sarah Jessica Parker star.

The third season will have six episodes.

“Doctor Who” series 12 (BBC One) returns in 2020.

BBCJodie Whitaker is newest doctor.

Jodie Whitaker became the first female Doctor in 2018.

“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.

“The Dragon Prince” season three (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixThe show is co-written by ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ head writer Aaron Ehasz.

The show’s return was announced at WonderCon 2019.

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

The CWElizabeth Gillies stars on the series.

The series is a reboot of a soap opera.

“Easy” season three (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixThe third season will be the last.

“Easy” is an anthology.

“Elementary” season seven (CBS) return TBD.

Michael Parmelee/CBSIt’s a ‘Sherlock Holmes’ drama.

The seventh season will be its last.

“Élite” season two (Netflix) returns in 2019.

Manuel Fernandez-Valdes/NetflixThe Spanish drama is on Netflix.

The drama follows students at an elite secondary school.

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

Mike Rozman/NBCEllen DeGeneres is the host.

Contestants compete for cash prizes.

“The End of the F—ing World” season two (Channel 4 and Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixJessica Barden stars as Alyssa.

Despite its original conception as a miniseries, a second season was confirmed in August 2018. Netflix users may have to wait a while, however: Channel 4’s content chief Ian Katz said it wouldn’t hit the streaming service for “more than a year” after it airs.

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

‘The Expanse’/SyFy‘The Expanse’ was saved.

Originally cancelled by SyFy, Amazon picked “The Expanse” up for another season.

“Family Guy” season 18 (Fox) returns fall 2019.

Fox via YouTubeThe series focuses on the Griffin family.

The series premiered in 1999.

“Fargo” season four (FX) return TBD.

FX‘Fargo’ is an anthology series.

Chris Rock will star on the fourth season.

“FBI” season two (CBS) returns fall 2019.

Michael Parmelee/CBSThe show is from Dick Wolf.

The series was renewed in January 2019.

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

NETFLIXIt’s an adult comedy.

The voice cast includes Bill Burr and Laura Dern.

“Fear the Walking Dead” season five (AMC) returns in 2019.

Richard Foreman Jr/AMCCliff Curtis and Kim Dickens star on AMC’s ‘Fear the Walking Dead.’

It’s a prequel to “The Walking Dead.”

“The Flash” season six (The CW) returns fall 2019.

Diyah Pera/The CWGrant Gustin stars on the series.

The series is a spin-off of “Arrow.”

“Fresh Off the Boat” season six (ABC) return TBD.

ABCThe show is based on Eddie Huang’s memoir of the same name.

The show’s star, Constance Wu, expressed disappointment about the renewal.

“Fuller House” season five (Netflix) returns fall 2019.

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

The fifth season will be its last.

“Future Man” season three (Hulu) return TBD.

HuluThe show stars Josh Hutcherson, who played Peeta in ‘The Hunger Games.’

The third season will also be its last.

“Get Shorty” season three (Epix) returns in 2019.

EpixRay Romano and Chris O’Dowd star on the series.

The comedy is based on the Elmore Leonard novel and subsequent film of the same name.

“GLOW” season three (Netflix) returns in 2019.

NetflixBetty Gilpin and Alison Brie star.

“GLOW” stands for “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.”

“God Friended Me” season two (CBS) returns fall 2019.

CBSBrandon Micheal Hall stars on the show.

The show is about a guy who talks to God through social media.

“The Goldbergs” season seven (ABC) return TBD.

Nicole Wilder/ABCWendi McLendon-Covey stars.

The semi-autobiographical show is set in the ’80s.

“Goliath” season three (Amazon) returns in 2019.

AmazonBilly Bob Thornton stars on the series.

Dennis Quaid is joining the show for the third season.

“The Good Doctor” season three (ABC) returns fall 2019.

ABCFreddie Highmore stars on the series.

The series centres on a doctor who has autism.

“The Good Fight” season four (CBS All Access) return TBD.

CBSChristine Baranski stars.

The series is a spin-off of “The Good Wife.”

“Good Girls” season three (NBC) return TBD.

NBCThe show got a boost from its availability on Netflix.

The show stars Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman as three suburban mums who turn into criminals.

“The Good Place” season four (NBC) returns fall 2019.

Colleen Hayes/NBCThe series was created by Mike Schur.

The third season was set on Earth.

“Good Trouble” season two (Freeform) return TBD.

FreeformMaia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez star on the series.

The series is a spin-off of “The Fosters.”

“Grace and Frankie” season six (Netflix) return TBD.

Melissa Moseley / NetflixJane Fonda and Lily Tomlin star.

The show is Netflix’s longest-running live-action scripted comedy series.

“Grey’s Anatomy” seasons 16 and 17 (ABC) return TBD.

ABCEllen Pompeo stars as Meredith Grey.

The Shonda Rhimes-created series is the longest-running medical drama of all time.

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

Eric Liebowitz/FreeformYara Shahidi stars on the series.

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

“Hanna” season two (Amazon) return TBD.

AmazonThe show is based on on Joe Wright’s 2011 film of the same name.

Esmé Creed-Miles stars in the titular role.

“Harlots” season three (Hulu) return TBD.

Liam Daniel / HuluThe series focuses on 18th-century brothels.

Jessica Brown Findlay and Samantha Morton star.

“Hawaii Five-0” season 10 (CBS) return TBD.

CBSDaniel Dae Kim and Grace Park star.

The crime drama is a reboot of a series that premiered in 1968.

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

FoxGordon Ramsay’s show is coming back.

Fox airs multiple Gordan Ramsay shows.

“High Maintenance” season four (HBO) returns TBD.

HBOThe series is about a marijuana dealer.

“High Maintenance” started as a web show.

“Homeland” eight seasons (Showtime) returns fall 2019.

JoJo Whilden/ShowtimeClaire Danes stars on the series.

The show is returning for a final season.

“How to Get Away With Murder” season six (ABC) return TBD.

Kelsey McNeal/ABCViola Davis stars.

The show follows the law professor Annalise Keating.

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

The CWPerry Mattfeld stars as a woman with blindness.

The show was created by Corinne Kingsbury.

“Insatiable” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixDebby Ryan stars.

Netflix renewed the show despite horrible reviews and accusations of fat-shaming.

“Insecure” season four (HBO) will reportedly return in 2020.

Merie W. Wallace/HBOIssa Rae and Yvonne Orji on HBO’s ‘Insecure.’

Issa Rae has been nominated for two Golden Globe Awards.

“Instinct” season two (CBS) return TBD.

Jeff Neumann/CBSAlan Cumming stars.

The show first aired in March 2018.

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” season 14 (FXX) return TBD.

FXXSeason 13 is currently airing.

The sitcom was renewed for two seasons in 2016.

“iZombie” season five (The CW) returns in 2019.

CWRose McIver stars.

The fifth season will be its last.

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

Prime VideoJohn Krasinski stars on the show.

The series is based on characters from Tom Clancy.

“Kidding” season two (Showtime) return TBD.

ShowtimeJim Carrey stars on the series.

Jim Carrey plays a children’s television show presenter.

“The Kominsky Method” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

Mike Yarish/NetflixAlan Arkin and Michael Douglas star.

Michael Douglas won a Golden Globe for his role.

“Last Man Standing” season eight (Fox) return TBD.

ABC‘Last Man Standing’ follows the Baxter family.

“It’s another big high-five to the legions of loyal fans who have faithfully kept us front and center and huge on the radar,” the show’s star, Tim Allen, said in a press release.

“Law and Order: SVU” season 21 (NBC) return TBD.

Michael Parmelee/NBCMariska Hargitay stars as Olivia Benson.

The upcoming season will make “SVU” the longest-running live-action TV series ever.

“Legacies” season two (The CW) returns fall 2019.

Annette Brown/The CWDanielle Rose Russell stars on the series.

The show is a spin-off of “The Originals.”

“Legends of Tomorrow” season five (The CW) returns fall 2019.

The CWThe series stars some heroes and villains introduced on other DC shows.

The Legends travel through time.

“Legion” season three (FX) returns June 2019.

Michelle Faye/FXThe series is connected to the ‘X-Men.’

The show is ending after its third season.

“Little Big Shots” season four (NBC) return TBD.

NBCSteve Harvey will be replaced by Melissa McCarthy.

“Little Big Shots” is a children’s talent show.

“Lodge 49” season two (AMC) returns in 2019.

Jackson Lee Davis/AMCWyatt Russell stars on the series.

The show is about an ex-surfer.

“Lost In Space” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixMolly Parker stars on the series.

The series is a reboot of the TV series of the same name.

“Loudermilk” season three (Audience Network) returns in 2019.

Audience NetworkRon Livingston stars on the series.

The comedy is from Peter Farrelly.

“MacGyver” season four (CBS) return TBD.

Ron P. Jaffe/CBSLucas Till stars.

The show is a reboot of the 1985 classic.

“Madam Secretary” season six (CBS) return TBD.

Sarah Shatz /CBSIt stars Tea Leoni as the US Secretary of State.

CBS announced the renewal on May 9.

“The Magicians” season five (Syfy) return TBD.

Eike Schroter/SyfyIt is a fantasy series.

The series is currently airing season four.

“Magnum PI” season two (CBS) returns fall 2019.

Karen Neal/CBSJay Hernandez stars on the series.

“Magnum PI” is a reboot.

“Making It” season two (NBC) returns in 2019.

Paul Drinkwater/NBCIt’s a reality competition.

Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman host.

“Man in the High Castle” season four (Amazon) return TBD.

AmazonIt’s based on the novel of the same name by Philip K. Dick.

Alexa Davalos, Rupert Evans, and Rufus Sewell star.

“Manifest” season two (NBC) return TBD.

NBCThe show follows the passengers of Flight 828, which mysteriously disappeared for five years.

The mysterious drama has left many questions unanswered at the end of its first season.

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

AmazonRachel Brosnahan stars.

The second season premiered in December 2018.

“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” season six (ABC) returns July 2019, season seven TBD.

Jennifer Clasen/ABCClark Gregg and Chloe Bennet star.

It got picked up for a seventh season before the season six premiere.

“Marvel’s Jessica Jones” season three (Netflix) returns in 2019.

David Giesbrecht/NetflixKrysten Ritter stars.

The third season will be its last.

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

Michael Becker/FoxA unicorn sings.

Judges have to figure out who is singing under masks in this reality competition show.

“Mayans M.C.” season two (FX) return TBD.

FXThe series focuses on the Mayans Motorcycle Club from the ‘Sons of Anarchy’ universe.

The series takes place four years after “Sons of Anarchy” ended.

“Masters of Illusion” season nine (The CW) returns on Friday, June 7, 2019.

The CWThe show features magicians performing tricks in front of a live audience.

Dean Cain hosts the stage magic show.

“McMafia” season two (AMC) return TBD.

AMCJames Norton stars

It’s a British crime show.

“Mindhunter” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

Patrick Harbron/NetflixHolt McCallany and Johnathon Groff star.

“Mindhunter” features real serial killers.

“Miracle Workers” season two (TBS) return TBD.

TBSLolly Adefope and Karan Soni also star.

The comedy stars Daniel Radcliffe as an overworked angel and Steve Buscemi as a cynical God.

“Modern Family” season 11 (ABC) returns fall 2019.

ABCThe sitcom is ABC’s No. 2 comedy, according to ratings.

The 11th season will be its last.

“Mum” seasons seven and eight (CBS) returns fall 2019 and fall 2020.

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

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

“Mr. Inbetween” season two (FX) returns in 2019.

Mark Rogers/FXScott Ryan and Damon Herriman of ‘Mr. Inbetween.’

The show is an Australian drama.

“Mr. Mercedes” season three (Audience Network) returns fall 2019.

Audience NetworkBrendan Gleeson and Harry Treadaway star on the series.

The series is based on a trilogy from Stephen King.

“Mr. Robot” season four (USA) returns 2019.

USARami Malek stars on the series.

The fourth season will be its final one.

“My Brilliant Friend” season two (HBO) return TBD.

HBOThe series is based on Elena Ferrante’s book series of the same name

The second season will focus on Elena Ferrante’s second book.

“My Next Guest Needs No Introduction” season two (Netflix) returns on Friday, May 31.

Joe Pugliese/NetflixFormer President Barack Obama was featured on season one.

David Letterman hosts the talk show.

“Narcos: Mexico” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

Carlos Somonte/NetflixIt will be the fourth overall season of ‘Narcos.’

“Narcos: Mexico” is a companion series to “Narcos.”

“NCIS” season 17 (CBS) return TBD.

CBSMark Harmon stars as Agent Gibbs.

It’s one of the longest-running procedurals on TV.

“NCIS: Los Angeles” season 11 (CBS) return TBD.

CBS‘Los Angeles’ was the first spin-off of ‘NCIS.’

The popular drama series stars Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J.

“NCIS: New Orleans” season six (CBS) return TBD.

CBS‘New Orleans’ is the third series of the ‘NCIS’ franchise.

The show will return for the 2019-2020 season.

“New Amsterdam” season two (NBC) returns fall 2019.

NBCRyan Eggold stars on the series.

The series is based on the book “Twelve Patients: Life and Death at Bellevue Hospital.”

“The Neighbourhood” season two (CBS) returns fall 2019.

CBSThe series stars Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield.

The series was renewed in January 2019.

“Orange is the new Black” season seven (Netflix) returns on July 26.

NetflixThe show was renewed for three seasons in 2016.

The seventh will be its final season.

“The Order” season two (Netflix) returns in 2020.

NetflixJake Manley and Sarah Grey are set to reprise their roles.

The horror series debuted on Netflix in March 2019.

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

Comedy CentralHeléne Yorke and Drew Tarver star.

The first season of the series is airing through spring 2019.

“Outlander” seasons five and six (Starz) 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.

“The Outpost” season two (The CW) returns on Thursday, July 11, 2019.

The CWJessica Green stars on the series.

Jessica Green plays Talon, the only surviving member of her family, who sets off to track her family’s killers, and discovers she has supernatural powers that she must learn to control.

“Ozark” season three (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixJason Bateman and Laura Linney star on the series.

Jason Bateman has earned two Golden Globe nominations for the role.

“Paradise PD” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

NetflixThe comedy is about a small-town police department.

The show is an animated adult comedy.

“Peaky Blinders” season five (BBC and Netflix) returns in 2019.

NetflixCillian Murphy stars on the series.

The show takes place in the early 1900s Birmingham, England and centres on one gang and their fierce boss Tommy Shelby, played by Cillian Murphy.

“Preacher” season four (AMC) returns on Sunday, August 4, 2019.

AMCJesse Custer (Dominic Cooper) from AMC’s ‘Preacher.’

Season four will be its last.

“Project Blue Book” season two (History) return TBD.

Ed Araquel/HistoryAidan Gillen stars on the series.

The series was renewed in 2019.

“The Purge” season two (USA) return TBD.

USAGabriel Chavarria stars as Miguel on ‘The Purge.’

“The Purge” is based on the movie franchise of the same name.

“Queen of the South” season four (USA) returns in 2019.

Benedicte Desrus/USA NetworkAlice Braga stars on the series.

The series is an adaptation of the telenovela “La Reina del Sur.”

“Queen Sugar” season four (OWN) returns in 2019.

OWNAva DuVernay created the show and Oprah is a producer.

Rutina Wesley and Dawn-Lyen Gardner star on the show.

“Queer Eye” returns for a four-episode special called “Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!” in 2019.

NetflixThe series premiered in 2018.

The reboot features Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness.

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

NetflixAshton Kutcher and Sam Elliott on the show.

The cast includes Ashton Kutcher, Sam Elliott, Elisha Cuthbert, and Dax Shepard.

“Ray Donovan” season seven (Showtime) return TBD.

Michael Desmond/ShowtimeThe series is a crime drama.

The show was renewed in December 2018.

“The Resident” season three (Fox) return TBD.

Guy D’Alema/FoxManish Dayal, Emily VanCamp, Matt Czuchry, and Bruce Greenwood star.

The show follows doctors at Chastain Memorial Hospital.

“Rick and Morty” 70 episodes (Adult Swim) return TBD.

Adult Swim via YouTubeCreator Justin Roiland voices Rick and Morty.

The amount of seasons for the series are unknown.

“Riverdale” season four (The CW) returns fall 2019.

The CWCole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart star.

The show features a twist on classic Archie Comics characters.

“Roswell, New Mexico” season two (The CW) return TBD.

Ursula Coyote/The CWJeanine Mason and Nathan Parsons star.

The show is an adaptation of Melinda Metz’s “Roswell High” book series.

“Runaways” season three (Hulu) return TBD.

HuluThe show follows a group of teenagers in the Marvel universe.

“Season three will be a magical time on ‘Runaways,’ as we deepen our connection to the Marvel universe,” co-showrunners and executive producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage said in a statement.

“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.

“Schitt’s Creek” season six (Pop) return TBD.

PopDan Levy co-created the show.

Dan and Eugene Levy announced that the sixth season would be the show’s last.

“Schooled” season two (ABC) return TBD.

ABCAJ Michalka stars.

The “Schooled” pilot originally aired as an episode of “The Goldbergs.”

“SEAL Team” season three (CBS) return TBD.

Skip Bolen/CBSDavid Boreanaz stars.

The military drama follows the lives of Navy SEALs.

“Sex Education” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

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

The series is a British comedy and drama.

“Shameless” season 10 (Showtime) returns fall 2019.

SHOWTIMEThe Gallagher family is returning minus a few members.

Emmy Rossum and Cameron Monaghan will not return.

“Shark Tank” season 11 (ABC) returns fall 2019.

‘Shark Tank’/ABCThe series is a reality show.

Entrepreneurs try to get investors to invest in their business or products.

“Silicon Valley” season six (HBO) returns in 2020.

HBOThe show has won multiple Emmys.

The premiere of season six was delayed in November 2018.

“The Simpsons” season 31 and 32 (Fox) returns fall 2019 and fall 2020.

Fox‘The Simpsons’ debuted in 1989.

The show has won 31 Emmys.

“Single Parents” season two (ABC) return TBD.

ABC/Richard CartwrightLeighton Meester, Brad Garrett, and Taran Killam star.

The first season finale aired in May.

“The Sinner” season three (USA) return TBD.

USAJessica Biel starred on the first season.

Matt Bomer will star on the third.

“Shrill” season two (Hulu) returns in 2020.

Allyson Riggs/HuluThe show stars executive producer Aidy Bryant and Lolly Adefope.

The show has been praised for its message of body positivity and its respectful portrayal of fatness.

“Sneaky Pete” season three (Amazon) return TBD.

Sony Pictures TVGiovanni Ribisi stars.

The series was originally for CBS.

“Snowfall” season three (FX) returns in 2019.

FX‘Snowfall’ is a crime drama.

Damson Idris, Carter Hudson, and Emily Rios star.

“So You Think You Can Dance” season 16 (Fox) returns summer 2019.

FOXDancers show off their skills.

The show is a reality competition.

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

Michael Gibson/CBSIt was the first series developed for CBS All Access.

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

“Strange Angel” season two (CBS All Access) return TBD.

CBS All AccessJack Raynor and Rupert Friend star on the series.

The show is about Jack Parsons, a rocket engineer.

“Stranger Things” season three (Netflix) returns on July 4.

NetflixMillie Bobby Brown stars on the series.
We already know some details about season three.

“Succession” season two (HBO) return TBD.

Colin Hutton/HBOThe show is a sharp satire.

The show became popular during its first season.

“Supergirl” five seasons (The CW) returns fall 2019.

The CWMelissa Benoist stars on the series.

The show first aired on CBS.

“Supernatural” season 15 (The CW) returns fall 2019.

The CWJared Padalecki and Jason Ackles star on the series.

The series follows two brothers as they hunt demons. Season 15 will be its final season.

“Superstore” season five (NBC) return TBD.

NBCAmerica Ferrera stars.

The comedy was created by Justin Spitzer.

“S.W.A.T.” season three (CBS) return TBD.

Bill Inoshita/CBSShemar Moore stars.

The show was inspired by a 2003 movie of the same name.

“Sweetbitter” season two (Starz) return TBD.

StarzElla Purnell stars on the series.

It’s based on the novel of the same name.

“Tell Me a Story” season two (CBS All Access) return TBD.

CBSIt’s based on Mexican television series ‘Érase una vez.’

The series re-imagines fairy tales as thrillers.

“The Terror” season two (AMC) returns in 2019.

AMCIt’s an anthology.

The second season will take place during World War II.

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

Ron Batzdorff/NBCThe show follows the Pearson family.

“This Is Us” is confirmed to return for at least three more seasons.

“Titans” season two (DC Universe) return TBD.

Warner Bros. TelevisionThe series is based on the ‘Teen Titans’ comics.

The series was renewed before the season one premiere.

“Transparent” season five (Amazon) return TBD.

AmazonThe fifth season will be the final one.

Jeffrey Tambor was fired after sexual harassment allegations came out against him.

“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.

“The Umbrella Academy” season two (Netflix) returns in early 2020.

Christos Kalohoridis/NetflixIt’s based on a Dark Horse Comics series.

According to Polygon, the second season should be ready to go about one year after the show’s initial premiere in February 2019.

“Van Helsing” season four (SyFy) return TBD.

Dan Power/Helsing S1 Productions/SyfyThe show centres on Vanessa Van Helsing.

The series was renewed in December 2018.

“The Voice” season 17 (NBC) return TBD.

NBCKelly Clarkson got her start on ‘American Idol.’

It will be the show’s first season without Adam Levine as a coach.

“The Walking Dead” season 10 (AMC) returns fall 2019.

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

The series is set in a post-apocalyptic world.

“Westworld” season three (HBO) returns in 2020.

HBO‘Westworld’ is based on the 1973 film of the same name.

“Westworld” season three (HBO) return TBD.

“Will & Grace” season 11 (NBC) returns fall 2019.

NBCEric McCormack and Debra Messing star as Will and Grace, respectively.

The 10th season premiered in October 2018.

“Wynonna Earp” season four (SyFy) returns in 2019.

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

Production has been delayed.

“Young Sheldon” seasons three and four (CBS) returns fall 2019 and fall 2020.

Robert Voets/CBSIain Armitage stars on the series.

The series was renewed for two season in February 2019.

“You” season two (Netflix) return TBD.

Lifetime‘You’ was originally on Lifetime.

“You” was picked up for a second season before the premiere of the first.

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