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And Netflix guaranteed more controversy by greenlighting a second season of its teen-suicide drama "13 Reasons Why." A few shows are still waiting to hear whether they're in or out, but most of the big decisions have been made. Here's our guide to what's been renewed, what's been canceled, and what's still on the fence. "Real Time With Bill Maher" (HBO): HBO also renewed its long-running political commentary-and-comedy show for two more seasons, which will keep Maher talking through 2020.
I'll update the list as new information becomes available. "Ride With Norman Reedus (AMC): AMC announced the show that takes "The Walking Dead" star around the country is renewed for Season 3 -- news that came before Season 2 even premiered. "Veep" (HBO): The political comedy will return for one more season -- Season 7 -- but after that, its term will be over.
"Queen Sugar" (OWN): The family drama will return for Season 3.
"Famous in Love" (Freeform): The drama starring Bella Thorne will keep the story going in Season 2.
"Killjoys: (Syfy) The sci-fi adventure has two more seasons (4 and 5) to wrap up the story, and then it's outta here. BBC America will broadcast a new installment of the tense series about a London detective.
"Better Call Saul": AMC waited about a week after the Season finale to announce that the "Breaking Bad" prequel will return. "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" (Netflix): The comedy will return for Season 4 on Netflix. "Animals" (HBO): The idiosyncratic animated series about assorted creatures in New York City will return for Season 3.News was less happy for "Pitch," as Fox canceled the freshman baseball drama."2 Broke Girls" will be even more broke, since CBS canceled the comedy after six seasons. "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver" (HBO): HBO went all in, giving Oliver three more seasons, which will take him through 2020.RENEWED "The Vikings" (History): The History channel has ordered a 20-episode Season 6 of the historical adventure drama. "I'm Dying Up Here" (Showtime): Showtime renewed the comedy-drama about the '70s stand-up comedy scene in Los Angeles for a second season, to air in 2018."Harlots" (Hulu): The drama about the women involved in operating and working at a brothel in 18th century England will return for Season 2, in 2018."Get Shorty" (Epix): Epix renewed the series loosely inspired by the book and movie for a 10-episode second season, coming in 2018.