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

"Exorcism Part 2" -- David is shocked to learn he is being sued for inflicting severe psychological harm on Caroline Hopkins (Karen Pittman), after he assisted in her exorcism. The accusation leads him to question his future as a priest, especially once he develops a very close connection with his defense attorney, Renée Harris (Renée Elise Goldsberry), on EVIL, Thursday, Dec. 5 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Peter Scolari guest stars as Bishop Marx. Pictured Mike Colter as David Acosta Photo: Elizabeth Fisher /CBS ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved
"Exorcism Part 2" -- David is shocked to learn he is being sued for inflicting severe psychological harm on Caroline Hopkins (Karen Pittman), after he assisted in her exorcism. The accusation leads him to question his future as a priest, especially once he develops a very close connection with his defense attorney, Renée Harris (Renée Elise Goldsberry), on EVIL, Thursday, Dec. 5 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Peter Scolari guest stars as Bishop Marx. Pictured Mike Colter as David Acosta Photo: Elizabeth Fisher /CBS ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved /
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The CW

The CW opted to only bring two freshman shows to the fall lineup. This is a network that doesn’t tend to cancel too much once it gets past the first season, liking to get to 100 episodes for syndication reasons. There may be more new shows coming in 2020-2021’s season since the network is saying goodbye to bigger shows.

However, the network could also choose to save some underperforming shows. This is a network that doesn’t just look at live TV ratings. It considers the CW app, the way the shows perform on streaming sites, and more.

Shows that are produced by CBS Studios stand a better chance of survival than shows produced by Warner Bros. Studios, simply due to cost. So, I may have some surprising thoughts on the potentially canceled TV shows on this list.

  • Batwoman: Officially Renewed for Season 2
  • Katy Keene: Season 2 Renewal a 50/50 Chance
  • Nancy Drew: Officially Renewed for Season 2
  • Stargirl: Too Soon To Tell

Next. Canceled TV shows: The 2019-2020 broadcast renewal scorecard. dark

Which shows do you watch right now? Which freshman offerings will make it to Season 2? Which ones will become canceled TV shows? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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