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ABC has finally released its new slate of shows for upcoming year which does a few surprise cancellations and some exciting renewals to look at.
Returning for additional seasons are scripted comedies American Housewife (season five), Black-ish (season seven) and prequel Mixed-ish (season two), The Conners (season three) and The Goldbergs (season eight), plus dramas A Million Little Things (season three), The Rookie (season three) and freshman Stumptown. Sophomore comedies Bless This Mess, Single Parents and The Goldbergs spinoff Schooled as well as first-year drama Emergence have all been canceled.
Remaining on the bubble are rookies The Baker and the Beauty and For Life, both of which recently launched, and United We Fall, which is awaiting a premiere date.
Additionally, the network confirmed its series order for David E. Kelley's The Big Sky, the PI drama starring Kylie Bunbury and Katheryn Winnick which had a series penalty attached.
On the unscripted side, The Bachelor (season 25), Dancing With the Stars (season 29), Shark Tank (season 12), the updated Who Wants to be a Millionaire (season two) and newsmagazine 20/20 (season 43) will all return. ABC's update on Kids Say the Darndest Things has been canceled.
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