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All the Canceled and Renewed TV Shows This Month (February 2024)

True Detective will be back for Season 5

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February is the shortest month of the year, but you wouldn't know it from looking at the long list of shows that have already scored renewals this month. Cancellations have been pretty quiet so far — although the news that Paramount+'s Evil is ending after Season 4 really stings — but renewals have been much busier. Among the shows to get good news so far in February are HBO's True Detective, AMC's The Terror, Peacock's The Traitors, Paramount+'s Frasier, Disney+'s Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Showtime's Dreaming Whilst Black, and ABC's Abbott Elementary. And here's even more good news: Syfy's Wynonna Earp is being revived for a new special on Tubi.

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 shows that have been canceled or renewed this month below. 

Last month's renewals and cancellations

TV show cancellations

  • Evil, Paramount+: TV Guide's 2021 pick for the best show on TV is ending with its upcoming fourth season, which will premiere in May. But maybe this will soften the blow: The season is getting four bonus episodes to bring the series to a proper conclusion. The streamer has also released a Season 4 teaser trailer. (Feb. 15, Paramount+)
  • This Fool, Hulu: The Chris Estrada comedy has been canceled after two seasons. (Feb. 14, The Hollywood Reporter)
  • Tacoma FD, truTV: The goofy comedy about bored firefighters is done after four seasons. (Feb. 13, TV Line)
  • Ratched, Netflix: Star Sarah Paulson confirmed the One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest spin-off isn't coming back. (Feb. 4, TV Line)
  • Obliterated, Netflix: The raunchy special agent comedy from the creators of Cobra Kai is one and done. (Feb. 1, The Hollywood Reporter

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TV show renewals

  • All Creatures Great and Small, PBS: Not long after the end of Season 4, PBS Masterpiece has announced that All Creatures Great and Small will be back for Seasons 5 and 6, which will consist of six episodes each, plus Christmas specials. (Feb. 23, PBS)
  • True Detective, HBO: Following the success and acclaim (except from original run creator Nic Pizzolatto) of Season 4, the crime drama will return for another chapter under showrunner Issa López. (Feb. 22, HBO)
  • Frasier, Paramount+: The reboot of Kelsey Grammer's sitcom will return for a second season. (Feb. 22, Paramount+)
  • Berlin, Netflix: The Money Heist prequel has been renewed for Season 2. (Feb. 19, The Hollywood Reporter)
  • SurrealEstate, Syfy: The Canadian supernatural drama has been renewed for a third season. (Feb. 14, Deadline)
  • Survival of the Thickest, Netflix: Michelle Buteau's series about a struggling stylist trying to start over after a breakup will return for Season 2. (Feb. 13, Netflix)
  • Invasion, Apple TV+: The sci-fi drama about the global impact of an alien invasion has been renewed for a third season. (Feb. 13, Deadline)
  • Abbott Elementary, ABC: At the 2024 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour, ABC announced that Quinta Brunson's comedy series is renewed for a fourth season. The news was shared by Abbott's Mr. Johnson (William Stanford Davis) himself. (Feb. 10, ABC)
  • Goosebumps, Disney+: The spooky series based on R.L Stine's beloved books is coming back for a second season. Disney+ shared that the new chapter will feature a new story with a new cast. (Feb. 10, Disney+)
  • Celebrity Family Feud, ABC: The game show hosted by Steve Harvey will be returning for a fourth season. (Feb. 10, ABC)
  • Jeopardy! Masters, ABC: Jeopardy! Masters has been renewed for a second season. The show is set to air this spring, and ABC teased two "action-packed and high-stakes games." (Feb. 10, ABC)
  • Wynonna Earp, Tubi: Wynonna Earp rides again! The beloved series, which aired for four seasons on Syfy from 2016 to 2021, is returning for a 90-minute Tubi special, tentatively titled Wynonna Earp: Vengeance. Vanity Fair, which broke the news, reports that Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon, Dom Provost-Chalkley, and Katherine Barrell are set to return. (Feb. 8, Vanity Fair)
  • A Real Bug's Life, Disney+: The playful insect docuseries narrated by Awkwafina is coming back for Season 2. (Feb. 8, Disney+)
  • Limitless with Chris Hemsworth, Disney+: Thor's pursuit of maximizing the human body's potential continues! (Feb. 8, Disney+)
  • Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Disney+: The adaptation of the beloved YA novel series will cover The Sea of Monsters in its second season. (Feb. 7, Disney+)
  • On the Roam, Max: Jason Momoa's art-heavy travel docuseries has crafted a second season. (Feb. 7, Max)
  • The Traitors, Peacock: The Emmy-winning hit reality series that features reality stars playing a souped-up version of Assassin will be back for Season 3. (Feb. 7, Peacock)
  • The Terror, AMC: The horror anthology will now be a trilogy with a third season — The Terror: Devil in Silver — set in a mental hospital and scheduled for release in 2025. (Feb. 6, AMC)
  • Animal Control, Fox: Joel McHale's live-action comedy has been renewed for a third season ahead of the March 6 premiere of Season 2. (Feb. 6, Fox)
  • Dreaming Whilst Black, Showtime: Adjani Salmon's comedy about an aspiring filmmaker in London is coming back for a second season after its critically acclaimed first season. (Feb. 5, Deadline)