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Every TV show that has been renewed for the 2015-2016 season

Renewed TV Shows List 2015

It’s always a shame when your favorite show gets canceled before its time, but if you see your show on this list: rejoice! You’ve got at least another year of episodes coming your way.

READ MORE: Did your favorite show get the ax? A complete list of TV show cancellations

We’ve compiled the complete list of shows confirmed for renewal for the coming season below.

NBC

NBC has made the biggest changes of any network over the past year, sloughing off all of its Thursday night comedies in favor of hour-long dramas. I’ll never forgive them for that, and Undateable is a nightmare.

ABC

ABC has by far the longest list of renewals, but it’s a bit of a mixed bag in terms of quality. The good news is that Marvel’s Agent Carter got off on the right foot this season and I’m told that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has improved dramatically after a rocky first season. Also, is it even worth announcing that AFV has been renewed? I just assumed that show would live on forever.

CBS

Thankfully, the scourge of Two and a Half Men has finally ended, but this isn’t a very inspiring lineup. It’s hard not to find a show on CBS that hasn’t been critically panned since its inception.

Fox

Of all the lists, I think Fox has the most promising lineup of renewals. Bob’s Burgers is consistently hilarious, The Last Man on Earth has been an odd breath of fresh air and Brooklyn Nine-Nine is just a few great episodes away from becoming the next Parks and Recreation.

The CW

The only network as much superhero programming as NBC. Arrow and The Flash have been great for The CW, Legends of Tomorrow is on the way, and if you haven’t checked out iZombie yet, now you have one more reason to get caught up.

Jacob Siegal is Associate Editor at BGR, having joined the news team in 2013. He has over a decade of professional writing and editing experience, and helps to lead our technology and entertainment product launch and movie release coverage.