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All the Canceled and Renewed TV Shows in March 2024

Hulu's Death and Other Details was murdered

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We've set our clocks ahead an hour, but which shows will be springing forward with us, and which ones will we have to leave behind? CBS fans got plenty of good news in March; the network renewed new drama series Tracker and NCIS: Sydney for second seasons, returning drama Fire Country for a third season, and comedy Ghosts for a fourth season. NBC wasn't to be outdone, handing out new seasons for Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med.

Meanwhile, FX's Emmy-winning Hulu series The Bear is reportedly coming back for a fourth season, which is expected to film back to back with Season 3. Hallmark's The Way Home has been renewed for Season 3. Prime Video's Upload has been renewed for a fourth and final season, and Netflix's live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender will return for Seasons 2 and 3, with the plan being that the third season will be the last. 

As for those shows that won't be seeing April, first up was Netflix's The Brothers Sun, which won't return for Season 2. They really canceled a show starring Oscar winner Michelle Yeoh during Oscars month! Pete Davidson later bowed out of more Bupkis, and just before we turned the pages of our calendars, Hulu drew a chalk outline for the murder mystery Death and Other Details.

Check out all the TV shows that were renewed or canceled in March below. 

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TV show cancellations

  • Death and Other Details, Hulu: There's no mystery to who killed Mandy Patinkin and Violett Beane's whodunnit: It was Hulu, which canceled the drama after one season. (March 29, Deadline)
  • Uncoupled, Showtime: The Neil Patrick Harris comedy was canceled by Netflix after one season, picked up by Showtime for Season 2, and now canceled by Showtime before Season 2 could start filming. (March 21, Deadline)
  • Bupkis, Peacock: Pete Davidson's semi-autobiographical comedy won't return for a second season after all, despite previously being renewed. In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Davidson said he feels "this part of [his] life is finished." (March 21, The Hollywood Reporter)
  • Hot Wheels: Ultimate Challenge, NBC: The car renovation show was reportedly canceled after one season. (March 18, Deadline)
  • LA Fire and Rescue, NBC: The Dick Wolf docuseries that follows firefighters in Los Angeles has reportedly been extinguished after one season. (March 18, Deadline)
  • Power Book II: Ghost, Starz: The Power spin-off, a sequel series focused on Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.), will end with its upcoming fourth season, which will be split into two parts. The first half of the season premieres June 7, while the second half kicks off Sept. 6. (March 14, The Hollywood Reporter)  
  • Break Point, Netflix: The docuseries about professional tennis players has reportedly been canceled after two seasons due to low viewership and difficulty getting access to players. (March 8, The Times of London)
  • The Brothers Sun, Netflix: The Michelle Yeoh-led action dramedy about a family with ties to a criminal empire has been canceled after one season, despite positive reviews. (March 1, Deadline)

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TV show renewals

  • Hell's Kitchen, Fox: Gordon Ramsay's long-running cooking competition series has been renewed for Seasons 23 and 24. Its first season premiered in 2005. (March 26, Fox)
  • The Last Thing He Told Me, Apple TV+: Maybe it wasn't the last thing after all. Apple TV+'s adaptation of Laura Dave's novel was originally meant to be a limited series, but the show, which stars Jennifer Garner, is now returning for a second season, based on the book's upcoming sequel. (March 25, The Hollywood Reporter)
  • Chicago Med, NBC: The medical drama will reach a milestone tenth season when it returns for the 2024-2025 TV season. (March 21, NBC)
  • Chicago Fire, NBC: The most popular of the Chicago One series will return for Season 13. (March 21, NBC)
  • Chicago P.D., NBC: The second oldest of the Chicago One series has been renewed for a twelfth season. (March 21, NBC)
  • Law & Order, NBC: This long-running series is not DUN-DUN. Season 24 has been ordered for the 2024-2025 TV season. (March 21, NBC)
  • Law & Order: SVU, NBC: The law enforcement and legal drama will continue its streak as the second-longest running scripted primetime series in TV history with its 26th season, trailing only The Simpsons. (March 21, NBC)
  • SkyMed, Paramount+: The CBC-Paramount+ co-production about the medics who fly air ambulances over the wilderness of Canada is getting a third season. (March 20, Paramount+)
  • The Way Home, Hallmark: The time travel-infused family drama will return for a third season, which is expected to premiere in 2025. (March 20, Deadline)
  • NCIS: Sydney, CBS: It's a g'day for one of the most successful TV franchises of all time. The Australian edition of NCIS has been renewed for Season 2. (March 19, CBS)
  • The Bear, Hulu: The Emmy winning FX-produced series has reportedly been quietly renewed for a fourth season, which will film back to back with the upcoming third season. (March 14, Deadline)
  • Real Time With Bill Maher, HBO: The talk show has been renewed for two more seasons, taking it through 2026. (March 13, HBO)
  • Fire Country, CBS: The firefighting drama starring and co-created by Max Thieriot will return for Season 3. (March 12, CBS)
  • Ghosts, CBS: Get ready for another stay at this haunted bed and breakfast; CBS comedy Ghosts has been renewed for Season 4. (March 12, CBS)
  • Upload, Prime Video — FINAL SEASON: Upload is going to the afterlife, for good. The sci-fi comedy from Greg Daniels is coming back for a fourth and final season. (March 6, Prime Video)
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender, Netflix: The live-action adaptation of the beloved animated series has been renewed for Seasons 2 and 3. The expectation is that Season 3 will be the last; in a statement, Netflix said the third season will "conclude the epic story." (March 6, Netflix)
  • Tracker, CBS: The Justin Hartley-led series, which premiered in February in the coveted post-Super Bowl time slot, will return for Season 2. (March 4, CBS)
  • Gordon Ramsay's Food Stars, Fox: The culinary competition series has been renewed for a second season, which will move filming from California to the U.K., per Deadline. The series will continue to feature contestants from the U.S. (March 1, Deadline)