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ABC renews most of its television shows for upcoming 2020-2021 season

On average, Americans aged 18 and older spend almost four and a half hours a day watching television, and based on a recent announcement from ABC, a good bit of these viewers will see their favorite shows return to the small screen during the 2020-2021 season.

According to Variety, on Thursday the 74-year-old network announced which shows it will be renewing for the upcoming season.

First up, the network announced renewals for the following shows: “American Housewife,” “The Bachelor,” “Black-ish,” “The Conners,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “The Goldbergs,” “A Million Little Things,” “Mixed-ish,” “The Rookie,” “Shark Tank,” “Stumptown,” “20/20” and “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.”

Those shows join previously announced renewals for “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Station 19,” “The Good Doctor,” “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” “American Idol,” and “The Bachelorette.”

The network had also previously announced a series order for a revival of “Supermarket Sweep” hosted by Leslie Jones as well as its summer game show slate.

But a few shows have gotten the ax, such as the drama series “Emergence” and comedies “Schooled,” “Bless this Mess,” and “Single Parents” have all been canceled, along with the Tiffany Hadish-hosted revival of “Kids Say the Darndest Things.”

Variety reports that the renewals of a couple of shows are on the fence; the fates of freshman drama “For Life” and “The Baker and the Beauty” will be determined at a later date.

Viewers can also expect two new shows. ABC had already given a straight-to-series order to the drama “Big Sky” from David E. Kelley in addition to the multi-camera comedy “Call Your Mother” (formerly “My Village”) starring Kyra Sedgwick.

So far, these are the only regular series pick up from the network’s crop of pilots this year. 

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