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All the Canceled and Renewed TV Shows This Month (September 2023)

Dark Winds will remain on the case

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August was packed with sad TV cancellations (goodbye to The Great and A League of Their Own), so it's a relief that September has brought some good news, like the renewals of AMC's accalimed Dark Winds, Netflix's One Piece, and the Taylor Sheridan-created, Jeremy Renner-starring Paramount+ series Mayor of Kingstown. But there have been some painful cancellations, too; the biggest titles to get the ax are HBO's Winning Time, ABC's The Wonder Years, and Hulu's How I Met Your Father, which will leave us forever wondering who the father was.

Whether you're looking to celebrate more of your favorites or mourn the loss of something on your regular rotation, we're keeping tabs on all the TV shows that were canceled or renewed this month below. 

Last month's renewals and cancellations

TV show cancellations

  • Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty, HBO: The basketball series couldn't beat the buzzer; it's been canceled after two seasons. (Sept. 17, The Hollywood Reporter)
  • The Wonder Years, ABC: The 1960s-set sitcom reboot, starring Elisha "EJ" Williams, Dulé Hill, Saycon Sengbloh, and Don Cheadle, has been canceled after two seasons. (Sept. 15, Deadline)
  • Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel, HBO: After 29 years, the sports talk series is coming to an end. The series launched in 1995. (Sept. 6, Variety)
  • How I Met Your Father, Hulu: Now we'll never know how she met our father. The Hilary Duff-starring spin-off has been canceled after two seasons. (Sept. 1, Variety)

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TV show renewals

  • Dark Winds, AMC: The cop drama, which is based on Tony Hillerman's Leaphorn & Chee novels, has been renewed for Season 3. (Sept. 19, Variety)
  • Missing: Dead or Alive?, Netflix: The true crime docuseries, which follows a team investigating missing persons cases in South Carolina, has been renewed for Season 2. (Sept. 15, Deadline)
  • One Piece, Netflix: Eiichiro Oda, the creator and illustrator of One Piece, announced through a Transponder Snail that Netflix's live-action adaptation has been renewed for a second season. (Sept. 14, Netflix)
  • Lego Masters, Fox: The Will Arnett-hosted reality competition series will return for a fifth season. The news was announced shortly before the premiere of Season 4. (Sept. 13, Variety)
  • Mayor of Kingstown, Paramount+: Jeremy Renner's Mayor of Kingstown has won his reelection campaign. The Taylor Sheridan-created Paramount+ series will return for a third season. (Sept. 6, The Hollywood Reporter)