Renewed or Cancelled? Find Out the Fates of Your Favorite Reality TV Shows

‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’ has already been renewed for Season 2.

It’s that time of the year again! The TV networks are deciding which shows get cancelled and which ones get renewed and, with news breaking every day about various shows, it’s hard to keep track of everything!

The Ashley only cares about reality shows, so she’s put together a handy list of shows and their current fates. The Ashley will continue to update this list as the networks release more information on our favorite shows!

If you don’t see your favorite reality show listed below, its fate may not have been decided yet, so keep checking for updates! The Ashley has also included the next premiere date for the shows, if they are currently available.

Here are the shows that have had their fates decided so far:

90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After (TLC): Click hereRenewed (Season 3 premieres May 20. for more info!)

Alaskan Bush People (Discovery): Click hereRenewed. (Season 8 premieres this summer. for more info!)

Amber Rose Show (VH1): Cancelled

American Ninja Warrior (NBC): Renewed (Season 10 premieres May 30)

America’s Got Talent (NBC): Renewed (Season 13 premieres May 29)

Bachelor in Paradise (ABC): Renewed (Season 5 premieres this summer)

Basketball Wives (VH1): Renewed (Season 7 premieres May 14)

Below Deck Mediterranean (Bravo): Renewed for Season 4

Big Brother (CBS): Renewed (Season 20 premieres this summer)

Chrisley Knows Best (USA): Renewed (Season 6 premieres May 8)

Counting On (TLC): Renewed  (Returning this summer)

Dancing With The Stars (ABC): Renewed (Season 27 premieres April 30)

Dating Naked (VH1): Cancelled

Edge of Alaska (Discovery): Cancelled

Escaping Polygamy (Lifetime): Click hereRenewed (Season 4 premieres June 4. for more info!)

Fixer Upper (HGTV): Cancelled

Flipping Out (Bravo): Renewed for Season 11

Floribama Shore (MTV): Renewed (Season 2 premieres this summer)

Food Network Star (Food Network): Renewed (Season 14 premieres June 10)

Food Network Star: Comeback Kitchen (Food Network): Renewed (Season 2 premieres  May 27)

Hell’s Kitchen (FOX): Renewed for Season 18

Jersey Shore Family Vacation (MTV):  Renewed for Season 2 (Click here for more info!)

Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (A&E): Renewed for Season 3

Manzo’d With Children (Bravo): Cancelled

Married to Medicine (Bravo): Renewed for Season 6

Mary Mary (WEtv): Cancelled

MasterChef: Renewed

Masters of Illusion (CW): Renewed (New season premieres June 29)

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (Bravo): Renewed for Season 11

Million Dollar Listing New York (Bravo): Renewed for Season 7

Penn and Teller: Fool Us (CW): Renewed (New season premieres June 25)

Project Runway (Lifetime): Renewed for Season 18

Queer Eye (Netflix): Renewed for Season 2

Restored (DIY): Renewed for Season 3

Running Wild With Bear Grylls (NBC): Renewed (Season 4 premieres May 30)

Shahs of Sunset (Bravo): Renewed for Season 7

Sister Wives (TLC):   Renewed (Click here for more info!)

So Cosmo (E!): Cancelled

Southern Charm (Bravo): Renewed for Season 6

Southern Charm Savannah (Bravo): Renewed for Season 2

So You Think You Can Dance? (FOX): Renewed (Season 15 premieres this summer)

Survivor (CBS):   Renewed for Season 37

The Amazing Race (CBS):  Renewed for Season 31

The Bachelor (ABC): Renewed for Season 23

The Bachelorette (ABC): Renewed (Becca Kufrin’s season premieres May 28)

The Challenge (MTV): Renewed (Next season, “The Final Reckoning,” is currently filming)

The Four: Battle for Stardom (FOX): Renewed for Season 2

The Great American Baking Show (ABC): Cancelled

The New Celebrity Apprentice (NBC): Cancelled

The Platinum Life (E!): Cancelled

The Real Housewives of Atlanta (Bravo): Renewed for Season 11

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (Bravo): Renewed for Season 9

The Real Housewives of Dallas (Bravo): Renewed for Season 3

The Real Housewives of New Jersey (Bravo): Renewed for Season 9

The Real Housewives of New York City (Bravo): Renewed for Season 11

The Real Housewives of Orange County (Bravo): Renewed for Season 13

The Real Housewives of Potomac (Bravo): Renewed for Season 4

The Voice (NBC): Renewed for Season 15

Top Chef (Bravo): Renewed (Season 16 to be set in Kentucky)

Vanderpump Rules (Bravo): Renewed for Season 7

Vivica’s Black Magic (Lifetime): Cancelled

Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s (OWN): Cancelled (Final episode airs June 9)

Whose Line Is It Anyway? (CW): Renewed (New season premieres June 4)

World of Dance (NBC): Renewed (Season 2 premieres May 29)

(Photo: MTV)

10 Comments

  1. I would say it is time to can Real Housewives series in its entirety. Most are not wives or even own homes or even stay at home, so it is stupid right out of the gate. More like “Real Garbage Jewelry and Perfume that belongs on Craigslist or a Flea Market”.
    All of this has been nothing but a platform for these idiots to do nothing outside of promote their personal brands and battle each other in choreographed social media spats. They have no need to tell a story besides parroting what each other said on social media last week etc.
    Glad to see some of these morons get the axe (Amber Rose) but feel like there is still a long way to go (Married to Medicine has to be one of the most idiotic things I have ever seen on tv). I really just feel like the younger generation looks at these people like role models without any other guidance than Fake it till ya make it. The materialism really needs to go.


  2. Still mad TLC keeps renewing Counting On… just rebranded 19 Kids and Counting where the episodes are 75% previously aired footage, all lining Jim Bob’s pockets.


  3. Project Runway up to season 18? Oh gosh, I think I stopped watching when there were less than 10. Same with Hell’s Kitchen (stopped with 10th season, was interested in All Stars last year though).

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