AUSTIN, Texas — Which shows have had their seasons canceled for next year?
And which are still in the running?
The Austin American-Statesman’s weekly feature “AUSTIN HISTORY” has a list of shows and series that have been cancelled or on the way out this year.
It was released Friday, and the list includes a few familiar names that fans of “Dallas,” “The Walking Dead” and “Game of Thrones” know and love.
“The Walking,” for example, has been canceled and will not be renewed for a second season, as has “Dallas.”
The show’s co-creator J. Michael Straczynski has also said the series would not be revived.
And the producers of “The Good Place” have said they are not looking for a third season.
The list is filled with shows that have lost viewers and fans and those that have moved on from the broadcast network.
This is a long list.
For example, “Dallas” is off the air.
Other series that are no longer on the air include: The Cleveland Show, which ended its run on ESPN in April, has moved to ESPN2.
Also, NBC’s “The Voice” has moved from NBC to NBCSN.
Finally, ABC’s “Superstore” has been picked up for a 10-episode second season.
ABC also is planning to air an eight-episode season of “Shark Tank” on ABC Family.
ABC has been a strong performer with “The Bachelor” and a big year for “America’s Got Talent” on NBC.
But the network has been hit by a spate of high-profile departures, including “Big Brother” star Ashley Graham, “Grey’s Anatomy” star Amy Sedaris and “Scandal” star Jodie Sweetin.
More recently, the network also lost former “Bachelor” star Brittany Murphy.
Plus, it has seen the departure of “Orange Is the New Black” actress Lizzy Caplan.
Meanwhile, “The Vampire Diaries” and its spinoff, “Riverdale,” have been renewed for new seasons.
With the cancellation of “House of Cards” and the departure from “Breaking Bad,” “House” is the longest-running cable drama series.
It will return to its series regular-time slot next season, though it will also get a season-four renewal, according to The Hollywood Reporter.