Renewed: Bridgerton (Netflix)
All the ton’s aflutter due to the fact that Bridgerton will be back on Netflix for a season two, with a focus on Anthony (Jonathan Bailey). Production begins in spring 2021.
Canceled: At Home With Amy Sedaris (TruTV)
TruTV has canceled At Home With Amy Sedaris after three seasons, just in time for season three to head to HBO Max.
Renewed: Saved By the Bell (Peacock)
NBCU’s streaming service Peacock has renewed the reimagined Saved By the Bell series featuring O.G. stars and a crop of young new talent for a second season.
Renewed and Ending: Animal Kingdom (TNT)
TNT has renewed the drama Animal Kingdom for a sixth and final season, ahead of season five’s summer 2021 debut.
Renewed: Queen Sugar (OWN)
A month before its fifth season will even premiere, Ava DuVernay‘s Queen Sugar has been renewed for a sixth season.
Canceled: The Pack (Amazon Prime)
Lindsey Vonn‘s Amazon Prime competition series, which featured humans competing alongside their dog companions, will not be returning for a second season.
Ending: Insecure (HBO)
Insecure will be coming to an end after its upcoming fifth season.
Renewed: The Wilds (Amazon Prime)
The new YA version of Lost will be back for a second season on Amazon Prime.
Renewed: The Flight Attendant (HBO Max)
Surprise! What looked like a limited series has now become a full on series, with Kaley Cuoco set to return for another wacky ride. Hopefully another guy won’t end up dead, but you never know.
Renewed: The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)
Season four won’t air until later in 2021, but Hulu has already renewed its critically acclaimed dystopic drama for season five.
Canceled: One Day At a Time (Pop)
ViacomCBS has dropped ODAAT after it was first saved from Netflix cancellation by Pop, which is now shifting away from scripted TV. The beloved comedy ran a total of four seasons.
Ending: Superstore (NBC)
Cloud 9 will be closing after six seasons on NBC.