CBS renews eleven shows including 2 Broke Girls, Blue Bloods and Elementary
CBS has renewed eleven veteran series.
The top-rated TV network announced on Thursday which shows will return for the 2016-2017 season, although it has left all its freshman series, including Supergirl, in limbo.
Comedies Mom and 2 Broke Girls were renewed, along with long-running reality shows Survivor and The Amazing Race.
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They're back: CBS has renewed eleven shows for the 2016-2017 season, including sitcom 2 Broke Girls, staring Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs
On the drama side, Blue Bloods, Elementary, Hawaii Five-O, Madam Secretary, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Scorpion have all been renewed for next season.
CBS had already picked up hit shows The Big Bang Theory and NCIS.
However, the network did not give any word on the fate of drama Criminal Minds.
New season: Tea Leoni in Madam Secretary, which was picked up for another seaons
Action: Hawaii Five-O stars, from left, Scott Caan, Alex O'Loughlin, Grace Park, and Daniel Dae Kim will also be back
Partners: Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu will return for another season of Elementary
One of the show's stars, actor Shemar Moore, announced Wednesday that he was stepping away from his role as Derek Morgan in order to seek more balance in his life.
The future of the crime thriller could also be linked to new spin off Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, which debuted this month.
The network previously announced it was ending Melissa McCarthy's sitcom Mike& Molly as well as final seasons for critically-acclaimed drama The Good Wife and formerly top-rated show Person of Interest.
The network has yet to announce the fate of Patricia Arquette's CSI: Cyber or Matthew Perry sitcom The Odd Couple.
Cop drama: Tom Selleck stars as New York Police Commissioner and patriarch Frank Reagan on Blue Bloods
Crack team: Katharine McPhee drama Scorpion will also return to CBS
In limbo: Criminal Minds has yet to be renewed, after fan favorite Shemar Moore announced he was leaving the show
Family: Anna Faris-Allison Janney comedy Mom has also been renewed. CBS already announced its hit The Big Bang Theory would be back too
Up in the air: The network has yet to announce the fate of any of its new shows, including the much-hyped Supergirl
CBS is still deciding which of its new shows will be back for a second season, including Supergirl, which debuted this year to huge hype.
New family comedy Life in Pieces and medical drama Code Black are still up for renewal or cancellation, as is spin-off Criminal Minds: Beyond Boarders.
And the future of new show Limitless, which had an appearance from producer Bradley Cooper this week, is also still uncertain.
CBS is currently the top-rated US television network among total viewers.
Star power: Bradley Cooper made a guest appearance on drama Limitless, which he produces and is based on his 2011 movie of the same name
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