2020 TV Scorecard: Which Shows Have Been Renewed Already?

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KILLING EVE, from left: Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer, 'Smell Ya Later', (Season 2, ep. 205, aired May 5, 2019). photo: Robert Viglasky / BBCAmerica / Courtesy Everett Collection

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With each year comes a plethora of series renewals and cancellations. Going into this year, TV fans have received good news as some shows, including Netflix’s beloved Raising Dion and BBC America’s Killing Eve, have already been picked up for additional seasons. Anxious to see if your go-to show will live to see another season? Keep reading to find out what’s been renewed thus far in 2020!

What Shows Have Been Renewed in 2020?

BBC America

Netflix

The CW

  • The Flash: The golden standard series will return for its seventh season.
  • Riverdale: Archie and the crew will be back for season five!
  • Supergirl: The superhero series has been renewed for season six.
  • Black Lightning: The Pierce family will return for their fourth season.
  • DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The series has been renewed for season six.
  • All American: After a successful sophomore season, thee series has been renewed for a third.
  • Charmed: The reboot series will return for season three.
  • Legacies: The supernatural series has been renewed for season three.
  • In the Dark: Season three of the series has been confirmed.
  • Roswell, New Mexico: The second TV adaptation of the Roswell High book series is getting a third season.
  • Batwoman: The freshman series following Kate Kane has been renewed for season two.
  • Nancy Drew: The CW renewed the new series for a second season.
  • Dynasty: Despite low ratings, the series will return for a fourth season.

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