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The complete list of your favorite network shows returning in fall 2022

The start of fall season is still four months away, but the returning network shows are already gearing up for their next go-round in primetime with hardly any time to celebrate their good fortune.The growth of streaming television and other platforms has severely weakened viewership for comedies and dramas on traditional broadcast TV; on the other hand, it’s also given a new lease on life to shows that might once have been cancelled due to low ratings — since the renewal bar has been significantly lowered as the networks try to hold on to their dwindling audiences in a fractured landscape.That’s good news for fans of ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox — which retained a fair number of their shows unlike The CW, which cancelled nine series going into the new season.With the networks firming up their fall schedules this week, it’s a good time to circle back to the returning tried-and-true favorites.

Here is a handy network-by-network guide to the scripted comedies and dramas that will be back this fall (as of this writing), with a nod to reality/competition shows.“Abbott Elementary” (Season 2)“Big Sky” (Season 3)“The Conners” (Season 5)“The Goldbergs” (Season 10)“The Good Doctor” (Season 6)“Grey’s Anatomy” (Season 19)“Home Economics” (Season 3)“A Million Little Things” (Season 6)“The Rookie” (Season 5)“Station 19” (Season 6)“The Wonder Years” (Season 2) “America’s Funniest Home Video” (Season 33)“American Idol” (Season 5 on ABC)“The Bachelor” (Season 27)“Celebrity Family Feud” (Season 8)“Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” (Season 3)“Holey Moley” (Season 4)“Judge Steve Harvey” (Season 2)“Press Your Luck” (Season 4)“The $100,000 Pyramid” (Season 6)“Shark Tank” (Season 14)“Blue Bloods” (Season 13)“Bob Hearts Abishola” (Season 4)“CSI: Vegas”

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The start of fall season is still four months away, but the returning network shows are already gearing up for their next go-round in primetime with hardly any time to celebrate their good fortune.The growth of streaming television and other platforms has severely weakened viewership for comedies and dramas on traditional broadcast TV; on the other hand, it’s also given a new lease on life to shows that might once have been cancelled due to low ratings — since the renewal bar has been significantly lowered as the networks try to hold on to their dwindling audiences in a fractured landscape.That’s good news for fans of ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox — which retained a fair number of their shows unlike The CW, which cancelled nine series going into the new season.With the networks firming up their fall schedules this week, it’s a good time to circle back to the returning tried-and-true favorites.
Canceled:Card SharksCelebrity Dating GameFor LifeThe HustlerMatch GamePooch PerfectPromised LandQueensThe Ultimate SurferRenewed:Abbott Elementary: Renewed for Season 2America’s Funniest Home Videos: Renewed for Season 33American Idol: Renewed for Season 6 at ABC (but 21st overall)The Bachelor: Renewed for Season 27Bachelor in Paradise Renewed for Season 8Big Sky: Renewed for Season 3Celebrity Family Feud: Renewed for Season 8Celebrity Wheel of Fortune: Renewed for Season 3The Conners: Renewed for Season 5The Goldbergs: Renewed for Season 10The Good Doctor: Renewed for Season 6Grey’s Anatomy: Renewed for Season 19 (announced in January)Holey Moley: Renewed for Season 4Home Economics: Renewed for Season 3Judge Steve Harvey (renewed for Season 2)A Million Little Things: Renewed for Season 5The Rookie: Renewed for Season 5Press Your Luck: Renewed for Season 4Shark Tank (renewed for Season 24)Station 19: Renewed for Season 6The Wonder Years: Renewed for Season 2The $100,000 Pyramid: Renewed for Season 6Canceled:Ellen’s Game of GamesThe EndgameKenanMr.

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