Canceled TV shows: Which 2019-2020 new shows will get a second season?

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EMERGENCE – “Mile Marker 14” – Jo and Benny investigate the death of Kindred’s former business partner. Meanwhile, Mia and Piper experiment with Piper’s powers, and Alex confronts Ed about his health on “Emergence,” airing TUESDAY, NOV. 5 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Eric Liebowitz)


ABC has had mixed results over the years. Last season, we certainly saw far too many new shows, leading to viewers not really knowing where to turn. Reducing the new fall shows to just three has been much easier to handle.

However, the new shows haven’t performed all that well. Stumptown has been disappointing in a tough night, but the DVR ratings are good. Emergence didn’t land a full-season order, but that’s because this is a show designed for 13 episodes.

We are including Kids Say the Darndest Things on this list. While it did originally air on CBS, this is the first season on ABC.

So, what are the chances of them becoming canceled TV shows? Let’s take a look:

  • The Baker and the Beauty: Too Soon To Tell
  • Don’t: Too Soon To Tell
  • Emergence: Season 2 Renewal Looking Unlikely
  • For Life: Renewal a 50/50 Chance
  • Generation Gap: Too Soon To Tell
  • Kids Say the Darndest Things:  Season 2 Renewal Looking Likely
  • mixed-ish: Season 2 Renewal Looking Likely
  • Stumptown: Season 2 Renewal a 50/50 Chance
  • United We Fall: Too Soon To Tell
  • Videos After Dark: Too Soon To Tell

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