Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Agents of Shield has been a decent performer for ABC, but the surprise in this renewal came from the announcement that the series was renewed for a seventh season before its season six premiere has even aired. While Agents of Shield Season 6 will only consist of 13 episodes, it's exciting to see ABC's faith in the series and that the show still has plenty of story left to tell.
Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos was just as devastated by Syfy's premature decision to cancel The Expanse as the rest of its viewers, as he himself is a huge fan of the series. The Expanse's fans were all able to breathe a sigh of relief after Amazon swooped in to save the show and will be bringing the series' fourth season to Amazon Video.
Just when we thought we couldn't find another reason to love Amazon.
Designated Survivor had a rocky sophomore season, but the series has proved to have a devoted fan base which is why it's cancellation at ABC was such a disappointment. However, thanks to Netflix, President Kirkman won't be resigning from office anytime soon as the streaming service picked up the series for a ten-episode fourth season set to be released in 2019.
Following the controversy surrounding Danny Masterson's sexual assault allegations, many fans wondered if the series would be returning at all, despite writing Masterson's character, Rooster out of the series. However, Netflix surprisingly ended up announcing its renewal plans for a fourth season.
As grateful as we are for Netflix bringing canceled shows back to life, the streaming service came very close to giving one of its own shows the ax. After GLOW's first season, Netflix heavily considered not renewing the series due to poor ratings, however, there was no denying the critical acclaim the series garnered during its freshman run. Netflix eventually made the wise decision in bringing back GLOW for a second season and has already been renewed for a third. The Gorgeous Women of Wrestling simply won't stay down for the count!
While Timeless wasn't renewed per se, after NBC canceled it they did decide to give it a two-hour wrap-up movie airing later this month to close out the story. Most fans are hoping the movie will do well enough for NBC or another network to pick it up for a third season. Fingers crossed!