Scott D. Pierce: Has your favorite show been canceled? Here’s a TV report card.

(Photo courtesy of Andrew Eccles/ABC) "Fresh Off the Boat" — which has been canceled after six seasons — stars Forrest Wheeler as Emery Huang, Hudson Yang as Eddie Huang, Ian Chen as Evan Huang, Constance Wu as Jessica Huang, Randall Park as Louis Huang, Lucille Soong as Grandma Huang, Chelsey Crisp as Honey, and Ray Wise as Marvin.

Will your favorite TV show be back next season?

If your favorite show is “Fresh Off the Boat,” the answer is no. If you love “Bluff City Law,” the answer is almost definitely not. And there are some bad signs for a bunch of other series.

Yes, it’s (largely) too early to be making definitive statements because so few shows have been either axed or renewed for the 2020-21 season. But there are clear indications of the way things are heading. So consider this sort of a midterm grade — based on ratings, not on quality.


Canceled • “Fresh Off the Boat” (finale airs in early 2020)

Final season • “How to Get Away With Murder,” “Modern Family” (finales air in May 2020)

Renewed • “Grey’s Anatomy”

Looking good for renewal • “American Housewife,” “Black-ish,” “Bless This Mess, “The Conners,” “The Goldbergs,” “The Good Doctor,” “A Million Little Things,” “Mixed-ish,” “Stumptown,” “Schooled”

Iffy • “The Rookie”

In trouble • “Emergence,” “Single Parents”

(Photo courtesy of Mark Schafer/CBS) Téa Leoni stars in "Madam Secretary," which airs its final episode on Dec. 8.


Canceled • Nothing, yet.

Final season • “Madam Secretary” (finale airs Dec. 8)

Renewed • “Evil,” “Mom,” “Young Sheldon”

Looking good for renewal • “Bob Hearts Abishola,” “Blue Bloods,” “Bull,” “FBI,” “God Friended Me,” “NCIS,” “NCIS: Los Angeles,” “NCIS: New Orleans,” “The Neighborhood,” “Seal Team,” “The Unicorn”

Undecided • “Hawaii Five-0,” “Magnum P.I.,” “S.W.A.T.”

Iffy • “All Rise,” “Carol's Second Act”

(Photo courtesy of Colleen Hayes/NBC) Joel Kim Booster as Jun Ho, Poppy Liu as Mei Lin, Samba Schutte as Hakim, Kal Penn as Garrett, Diana Marie Riva as Griselda and Moses Storm as Brady in “Sunnyside.” The series was pulled off NBC's schedule after just four episodes.


Canceled • “Sunnyside” was moved off the broadcast network and streamed seven (of 11) original episodes on Hulu. Supposedly, it could be renewed for another season on Hulu, but don’t hold your breath. Which is too bad — it’s a decent show.

Final season • “The Good Place” (90-minute finale airs Jan. 30), “Will & Grace” ends (again) early next year

Renewed • “This Is Us”

Looking good for renewal • “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med,” “Chicago P.D.,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “New Amsterdam” and “Superstore”

Undecided • “The Black List”

Probably canceled • “Bluff City Law” has aired all 10 of its episodes; the network didn’t order any more. It’s officially still under consideration for a second season, but, realistically, it won’t be back. And the numbers are pretty grim for “Perfect Harmony,” a musical sitcom that deserves more than 13 episodes.

(Fox via AP) This image released by Fox shows animated characters, from left, Bart, Homer, Maggie, Marge and Lisa from "The Simpsons," which has been renewed for its 32nd season.


Canceled • Nothing, yet

Final season • “Empire” (finale airs in 2020)

Renewed • “Bless the Harts,” “The Simpsons”

Looking good for renewal • “Bob’s Burgers,” “Family Guy,” “Prodigal Son,” “The Resident,” “9-1-1”

In trouble • “Almost Family”

(Photo courtesy of Sergei Bachlakov/The CW) Juliana Harkavy, Ben Lewis, Stephen Amel and David Ramsey star in "Arrow," which airs its final episode on Jan. 28.


Canceled • Nothing, yet

Final season • “Arrow” (finale airs Jan. 28), “Supernatural” (finale airs in May 2020)

Looking good for renewal • “Batwoman, “The Flash,” “Legacies,” “Riverdale,” “Supergirl”

Iffy • “All American,” “Black Lightning,” “Charmed,” “Dynasty” and “Nancy Drew.” Honestly, the ratings for all these shows pretty much suck. On any other network, they’d be dead. But, this being The CW, most (if not all) of these shows will be renewed.