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All the Canceled and Renewed TV Shows This Month (November 2023)

Black Mirror is coming back for more techno-terror

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While we prepare to gorge on a Thanksgiving feast this month, Netflix and Prime Video are losing weight. The streamers swung a heavy ax this month, canceling eight shows — including the fantasy series Shadow and Bone, Matthew McConaughey's animated series Agent Elvis, and Justina Machado's The Horrors of Dolores Roach — over just two days. Other shows have called their endings after their upcoming seasons: Young Sheldon and SEAL Team will bow out after seven seasons each, Letterkenny is pitter-pattering away after 12 seasons, Blue Bloods is signing off after 14 seasons, and Superman & Lois will fly away after four. 

But it hasn't all been bad news. This month's renewals include Netflix's Black Mirror, Max's Harley Quinn, FX's Welcome to Wrexham and The Bear, and Hulu's Futurama.    

Whether you're looking to celebrate more of your favorites or mourn the loss of something on your regular rotation, we're keeping tabs on all the TV shows that were canceled or renewed this month below. 

Last month's renewals and cancellations

TV show cancellations

  • Miracle Workers, TBS: It was a miracle that Simon Rich's odd and endearing comedy anthology made it to four seasons, actually. (Nov. 21, TV Line)
  • Harlan Coben's Shelter, Prime Video: The YA-focused mystery from the much-adapted author was canceled after one season. (Nov. 21, The Hollywood Reporter)
  • The Horrors of Dolores Roach, Prime Video: The dark comedy about a woman who finds a tasty way to dispose of bodies was axed after one season. (Nov. 21, The Hollywood Reporter)
  • With Love, Prime Video: The romantic comedy focused on siblings and their relationship difficulties was dumped after two seasons. (Nov. 21, The Hollywood Reporter)
  • Muppets Mayhem, Disney+: The live-action puppet comedy about Animal's Electric Mayhem Band was taken off the stage after one season. (Nov. 21, Variety)
  • Blue Bloods, CBS: The long-running police procedural starring Tom Selleck is handing in its badge at the end of Season 14. The final season will air in two parts, with the first half premiering Feb. 16, 2024, and the second half airing in the fall of 2024. (Nov. 20, CBS)
  • La Brea, NBC: The shortened third season of the NBC sci-fi drama will officially be its last. Season 3 of La Brea will kick off on Jan. 9, 2024, and consist of six episodes. (Nov. 20, Deadline)
  • Ride, Hallmark Channel: The rodeo drama got bucked after one season. (Nov. 16, Vulture)
  • Agent Elvis, Netflix: The Matthew McConaughey-starring animated series has been canceled after one season. (Nov. 15, Deadline)
  • Captain Fall, Netflix: The adult cartoon featuring the voices of Jason Ritter and Christopher Meloni was sunk after one season. (Nov. 15, Deadline)
  • Shadow and Bone, Netflix: The fantasy series based on Leigh Bardugo's popular books didn't cast a spell on audiences in Season 2, leading to Netflix's decision to cancel it. (Nov. 15, Deadline)
  • Glamorous, Netflix: The dramedy starring Miss Benny as a fashion enthusiast who works at a legendary makeup company ran for one season. (Nov. 15, Deadline)
  • Farzar, Netflix: The animated sci-fi comedy series from the creators of Paradise PD didn't make it to a second season. (Nov. 15, Deadline)
  • SEAL Team, Paramount+: The David Boreanaz-led drama, which debuted on CBS before moving to Paramount+, will end after its upcoming seventh season, which is set to premiere in 2024. (Nov. 15, Paramount+)
  • Young Sheldon, CBS: The long-running Big Bang Theory spin-off is ending on its own terms after the upcoming seventh season. A one-hour series finale will air on May 16. (Nov. 14, CBS)
  • Praise Petey, Freeform: The animated series starring Annie Murphy was canceled after one season. "I can't believe we got to make this show," creator Anna Drezen wrote on Instagram. "I have heard that making a non-IP show during covid that premieres during a double strike in the dead of summer was not ideal for viewership." (Nov. 13, Instagram)
  • The Rookie: Feds, ABC: The spin-off of The Rookie has been canceled after one season. Niecy Nash-Betts starred. (Nov. 9, Deadline)
  • The Circus, Showtime: The eighth season of Showtime's political docuseries will serve as the final season. (Nov. 7, Deadline)
  • Chapelwaite, MGM+: The Stephen King adaptation starring Adrien Brody was canceled after one season despite Season 2 being in development. Showrunner Jason Filardi posted the news on Twitter. (Nov. 7, Twitter)
  • Superman & Lois, The CW: The upcoming fourth season of the superhero drama, which airs in 2024, will be its last. (Nov. 2, The CW)

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TV show renewals

  • Black Mirror, Netflix: The terrors of technology will continue on in Season 7 of Charlie Brooker's anthology. We're still waiting for an AI-written episode. (Nov. 21, Variety)
  • UnPrisoned, Hulu: The Hulu series, executive produced by and starring Kerry Washington, will return for Season 2. (Nov. 20, Variety)
  • Love Island, Peacock: The Americanized take on the U.K. hit will go on for at least two more seasons, bringing it to Season 7. (Nov. 16, Deadline)
  • Unstable, Netflix: Though Netflix axed a number of shows in November, Unstable saw new life. The comedy series was renewed for a second season, which will contain eight episodes. (Nov. 16, Netflix)
  • Harley Quinn, Max: @&$% yeah!!! The potty-mouthed DC icon voiced by Kaley Cuoco will be back for a fifth season. (Nov. 16, Max)
  • Welcome to Wrexham, FX: Score! The docuseries following Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney as they run the football club Wrexham AFC has been renewed for a third season. (Nov. 14, FX)
  • Queer Eye, Netflix: The popular makeover reality show will change locations and head to Las Vegas for the ninth season. Season 8, which will be Bobby Berk's last, premieres in January. (Nov. 13, Deadline)
  • The Circle, Netflix: Reality series The Circle has been renewed for a sixth and seventh season. Netflix also announced that Season 6 will premiere in Spring 2024. (Nov. 6, Netflix)
  • The Bear, FX: FX is saying "Yes, chef!" to another season of The Bear. The hit Hulu-exclusive series about the stressful inner workings of the restaurant business will return for Season 3. (Nov. 6, FX)
  • Letterkenny, Hulu — FINAL SEASON: Pitter patter, it's almost over. The Canadian comedy will return for a 12th season, but that season will be its last. The final episodes will premiere Dec. 26. (Nov. 2, Hulu)
  • Futurama, Hulu: The animated series has been renewed for two more seasons, taking it through Season 14. The two seasons will consist of 20 new episodes total. (Nov. 2, Hulu)