Look At Every Broadcast Scripted Series That Has Not Been Renewed Yet in 2022, From 'FBI' '9-1-1'To 'AMLT', 'Mr. Mayor' 'Legacies'

Look At Every Broadcast Scripted Series That Has Not Been Renewed Yet in 2022, From 'FBI' '9-1-1'To  ...

The whole of nets' rosters for the next season are still murky, but the consequences of their fate are non-affiliated shows, such as The Goldbergs (Sony TV), The Conners (Werner Entertainment, the FBI franchise, and The Equalizer (20th TV), as well as the network's own studio and/or top talent, like in Law & Order: Organized Crime and CBS' Blue Bloods.

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While these shows are expected to continue, the revivals of a slew of bubble shows will depend on the strength of the broadcast networks' crop of 2022 pilots, as they will be competing against them for a spot on the schedule.

Here's a look at the scripted broadcast series that are yet to be renewed or canceled, with an eye on their actual status and prospects. Next up, Deadline's Pilot Panic tour of pilot buzz, which will begin later this month.

ABC, which is seeing off veteran comedy black-ish, has so far renewed its strongest dramas, including Shondaland's Grey's Anatomy and Station 19, as well as The Rookie, as well as the red-hot Abbott Elementary. Deals are being worked out for veteran family comedy The Goldbergs and The Conners to come back, along with sophomore drama Big Sky. Two other half-hours, freshman The Wonder Years, and sophomore Home Economics, both look promising to continue.

Drama A Million Little Things, which is now in its fourth season, is a true bubble show with odds of 50-50. I hear, the series, which has drawn praise for its depiction of complex situations such as mental health, has been asked not to wrap its storyline in the Season 4 finale, which I hear could be a positive sign for its future. Like Dan Fogelman's did with This Is Us, AMLT creator DJ Nash had pitched the series with a planned ending, so a possible cancellation would

Queens, a freshman drama, is unlikely to appear back.

CSI: Vegas, NBC: Vegas, Young Sheldon, The Neighborhood, and Bob Hearts Abishola have all renewed their roles in Ghosts, as well as drama S.W.A.T., while veteran Bull is closing their season.

The Equalizer and Magnum PI are being launched for several non-bubble shows, notably CBS' top scripted series, Most Wanted and International. The flagship, as well as the other two FBI dramas, is currently in renewal negotiations with Universal Television, which is producing two other CBS dramas. I hear the conversation is complicated, but sources expect agreements on all five shows to resume.

Blue Bloods has been a solid Friday night anchor for CBS and is expected to remain one with a Season 13 renewal contingent on star and executive producer Tom Selleck closing a new deal, which I hear.

B Positive and United States Of Al, produced by Chuck Lorre for the second year in a row, were on the bubble. This year, both of them eventually became renewed. This time around, there is speculation that only one of Lorre's youngsters may join the program for 2022-23.

CBS has had one of the best freshmen classes in awhile, with three fantastic new additions already renewed for Season 2, Ghosts, NCIS, and Hawai'i and FBI: International. So far, the comedy How We Roll has been a so-so performer with lead-in retention in the ballpark of B Positive and United States of Al.

The Fox has renewed its animated slate as well as its freshman drama The Cleaning Lady. Like CBS, the network is yet to pick up its top-rated scripted series, 9-1-1 and spinoff, 9-1-1: Lone Star. The duo, along with the medical drama The Resident, are in renewal negotiations with 20th Television. All are expected to continue, but discussions are so.

Call Me Kat is expected to get another run on Season 2, as the show is reportedly satisfied with the show's creative direction under the new Season 2 showrunner and her writing staff. I hear Fox brass are also high on Pivoting, which is expected to be renewed if reduced budget for Season 2, boosted by a strong showing on Hulu. It's early to make a definitive call on midseason comedy Welcome To Flatch, but it is reportedly playing too young for Fox, with its linear ratings the lowest of any

The Big Leap, a dramedy, has already been canceled by Fox, with another freshman Our Kind Of People relying heavily on the bubble. There were some positive signs early on as Tubi has done well, but OKOP's chances of revival have diminished recently, mainly due to its high cost.

The Chicago franchise, Law & Order: SVU and New Amsterdam, will reprise next season as part of three-year renewals. (Next season will be Medical Drama New Amsterdam's last.)

Law & Order: Organized Crime and revived Law & Order are NBC's most-rated scripted series that haven't been renewed yet. Both are expected to come back.

A slam-dunk for a pickup is seen on freshman American Auto, from Justin Spitzer, with sophomore Young Rock, executive produced by and featuring Dwayne Johnson, also a positive sign for Mr. Mayor, based on Tina Fey and Robert Carlock's pedigree, as well as its streaming performance, with feelers outlining a potential Season 3 writers room. On Saturday Night Live, the former includes executive producer Lorne Michael and longest-running cast member Kenan Thompson.

Ordinary Joe, a freshman drama set in NBC's first year, has been canceled, but The Endgame, a year ago, isn't promising.

For the first time in years, the CW is dealing with about half of its series on the bubble. All American, The Flash, Kung Fu, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, and Superman, both had a remarkable increase in series renewed in January-February the following two years (12 and 13, respectively).

The CW's new majority owner is expected to have a strong voice in the remaining changes in the past year, with Warner Bros. becoming acquired last Friday. Nevertheless, the CW is not expected to renew shows in masse, making for some tough calls.

Low-rated episodes like freshman The 4400 as well as Dynasty, whose previous revivals were motivated by the program's Netflix agreement. Charmed and Legacies' odds are likely to be somewhat higher, with Legacies' links to one of the CW's signature programs, The Vampire Diaries, giving it a slight advantage.

The following are the three remaining DC series, veteran Legends of Tomorrow, Batwoman, and freshman Naomi. Word is that about half of the four projects will be picked up for next season. Legends of Tomorrow, which is currently in its seventh season, is unlikely to be picked up, but a final decision may be made. Given the uncertainty surrounding the network's ownership, the networks may not be affected.

Stargirl, Roswell, New Mexico, and In the Dark are yet to arrive.

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