If you were a new ABC show that killed it in the ratings or was produced by Shonda Rhimes, it was a good day. Everyone else, GTFO.
ABC officially canceled all those shows that you already thought would be canceled, including Deception, Ten Days in the Valley, Marvel's Inhumans, The Crossing, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World and The Mayor, Deadline reports. None of those shows were expected to make it to a second season based on ratings and other factors, so don't act surprised or shocked.
The comedy The Mayor had the best ratings of the bunch with a 0.8 average, while sci-fi mystery The Crossing enjoyed the largest audience of the group at 4.2 million viewers on average. Still, all of those programs were in the bottom half of ABC's shows.
Previously, ABC handed out renewals to the new series For the People, The Good Doctor and Station 19, and it canceled the new comedy Alex, Inc. It might be worth noting that For the People, which is produced by Shonda Rhimes, didn't perform as well in overnight ratings as The Mayor, The Crossing, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World and Deception, but Rhimes' name may have helped it stick around.
At press time, ABC still has not made a decision on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but every other returning show's status has already been set. The network will announce its schedule next week.