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Which ABC TV Shows are coming back and which are at risk for cancellation

With the return of Roseanne and the premier of American Idol, it has been a strong spring for Disney’s ABC Television Network. As with with every TV network, it’s not all sunshine and roses though, a number of shows are wrapping up or have been cancelled and there’s a long list of shows that we are waiting to hear about one way or another.

These shows we know are ending:

One Upon a Time airs its last episodes in a two-parter on May 11 and 18. The Middle’s series finale ends with an hour-long special on Tuesday May 22. Scandal wraps up this Thursday April 19th.

These shows are canceled although its not 100% official:

Boy Band, Marvel’s Inhumans, The Mayor, Somewhere Between, Ten Days in the Valley

We await news on the following shows:

Alex, Inc., American Housewife, The Bachelor Winter Games, Battle of the Network Stars, The Crossing, Deception, Designated Survivor, For the People, Fresh Off the Boat, How to Get Away With Murder, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Match Game, Speechless, Splitting Up Together, Station 19, and The Toy Box.

Likely to be renewed, but no word yet:

American Idol, Black-ish, and Grey’s Anatomy.

These shows have been renewed already and will be back for another season:

America’s Funniest Home Videos, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Child Support, Dancing With the Stars, The Goldbergs, The Gong Show, The Good Doctor, Modern Family, Roseanne, and Shark Tank.

ABC also announced a spin-off show for The Goldbergs set in the 1990s.

These shows haven’t yet had their season debut:

The $100,000 Pyramid (summer 2018), Bachelor in Paradise (summer 2018), Celebrity Family Feud (summer 2018), To Tell the Truth (summer 2018), and Quantico (April 26)

Are your favorite shows already on the renewed list? If you could pick one show to save from those we’re awaiting news on, which would you pick?

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