May 2023 TV Cancellations and Renewals

May 2023 TV Cancellations and Renewals

Canceled Renewed TV Shows

This May 2023, the television industry is buzzing not only with a Hollywood Writers Strike but also with news of canceled and renewed TV shows. It's that time of the year when networks and streaming platforms alike make crucial decisions on which shows to continue and which to let go. The competition for viewership is fierce, and as a result, some fan-favorite programs will be coming to an end, while others will receive the green light for new seasons.

This month's list of canceled and renewed TV shows features a mix of surprises and expected outcomes. From long-running dramas to newer comedies, there is no shortage of changes to the TV lineup. Let's take a closer look at which shows have been given the axe and which ones will be returning for more.

Canceled TV Shows in May 2023

The television landscape has recently undergone a couple of noteworthy changes. Firstly, Fox has announced that it will cancel Call Me Kat, a sitcom starring Mayim Bialik, due to lackluster viewership figures after three seasons on the air.

Additionally, Yellowstone, a wildly popular modern Western drama on the Paramount Network, is set to air its final batch of episodes with the upcoming fifth season. The network has revealed that a new, currently untitled sequel series is in the works, which will premiere on both the Paramount Network and Paramount+ streaming service in December.

Renewed TV Shows in May 2023

Netflix's comic book adaptation, Sweet Tooth, will return for its third and final season, as confirmed by the streaming giant on May 3. Production has already wrapped up on the final season, which is sure to give fans a satisfying conclusion to the story.

Over at The CW, the reality dating series FBoy Island has been resurrected for a third season, along with a brand new spin-off titled FGirl Island. The show was previously canceled by Max but has now found a new home on The CW, as announced on May 2.

In a surprising move, ABC has renewed the first responder drama 9-1-1 for a seventh season, but the show will be leaving its original network of Fox and instead, airing on ABC. The news was confirmed on May 1, after six successful seasons on Fox.

Meanwhile, 9-1-1: Lone Star, the popular spin-off of 9-1-1, has been renewed for its fifth season and will continue to air on Fox. This was revealed by Deadline on May 1.

Freevee's Bosch: Legacy, the spin-off of Amazon Prime Video's Bosch, will also return for a third season. Fans can expect the premiere of Season 2 this fall, as reported by Deadline on May 1.

Lastly, Netflix's new political drama, The Diplomat, received a quick renewal for a second season just 10 days after the premiere of its first season. Starring Keri Russell, the show has impressed audiences and critics alike, as announced by Netflix on May 1.

With these recent announcements of canceled and renewed TV shows, viewers can expect some changes to their favorite programs in the coming months. While some shows, such as 9-1-1, will be moving to new networks, others like Sweet Tooth and FBoy Island will be wrapping up their runs with final seasons. Fans of Bosch: Legacy and The Diplomat can look forward to new seasons of their favorite Renewed TV Shows.

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