The FOX mystery drama Sleepy Hollow was the first show picked up this season!
The huge James Spader drama The Blacklist has already been renewed for the 2014-2015 season!
Agents of Shield
As one of the buzziest shows of the new season, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was an easy pick-up.
The Anna Faris and Allison Janney comedy Mom has been extended by CBS!
The Crazy One
Have you tried the Robin Williams comedy The Crazy Ones yet? If not, you should—it's been picked up!
It's been a good fall for comedies. CBS also ordered more episodes of Will Arnett's show The Millers.
Masters of Sex
Showtime's provocative new show Masters of Sex, starring Michael Sheen and Lizzie Caplan, has been picked up!
Fox has now got a solid night of comedy: Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been picked up for a full season, and will even get a prime airing after the Super Bowl.
Despite some unpleasant reviews, Dads has received a full-season order from Fox.
Super Fun Night
Yay Rebel Wilson! ABC has ordered four more episodes of Super Fun Night. Not the best possible news, but not bad either!
The CW is giving hot historical drama Reign more episodes.
As for its other comedies, ABC has ordered a full season of Trophy Wife, starring Malin Akerman...
and its family comedy set in the 1980s, The Goldbergs, as well!
The CW ordered more episodes of their Vampire Diaries spin-off, The Originals.
The Tomorrow People
Same goes for the CW show The Tomorrow People.
Sean Saves the World
Sean Hayes' NBC show Sean Saves the World is dunzo.
Not so lucky, after all. ABC's Lucky 7 was canceled after just two episodes.
We Are Men
There are lots of sitcoms about dudes being dudes this season, and the first one to be killed is CBS' We Are Men.
Back in the Game
Three strikes, you're out. ABC has canceled Back in the Game, though the remaining episodes will keep airing.
NBC has pulled the plug on The Michael J. Fox Show.
Bummer! ABC Family announced they have canceled their Pretty Little Liars spin-off, Ravenswood.