ABC Renewels And Cancellations

Here are the shows that ABC is keeping or cancelling next fall.

May 16, 2018

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ABC renewed "Roseanne" for a second season a month ago, but at yesterday's press event, the network's president said they expect the show to move "away from politics," and "toward family."

The other shows ABC is bringing back next season include:  "20/20", "America's Funniest Home Videos", "American Housewife", "American Idol", "The Bachelor", "Black-ish", "Child Support", "Dancing with the Stars", "For the People", "Fresh Off the Boat", "The Goldbergs", "The Good Doctor", "Grey's Anatomy", "How to Get Away with Murder", "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", "Modern Family", "Shark Tank", "Speechless", "Splitting Up Together", and "Station 19".

The shows ABC has CANCELED include:  "Alex Inc.", "The Crossing", "Deception", "Designated Survivor", "Downward Dog", "Kevin (Probably) Saves the World", "Marvel's Inhumans", "The Mayor", "The Middle", "Once Upon a Time", "Quantico", "Scandal", "Somewhere Between", "Still Star-Crossed", and "Ten Days in the Valley".

They're still undecided on these shows:  "Battle of the Network Stars", "Boy Band", "Steve Harvey's Funderdome", and "The Toy Box".

Some other new shows that will show up on ABC's schedule at some point include "Dancing with the Stars: Juniors", and an Alec Baldwin talk show.

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