NBC has renewed its crime drama series The Blacklist for a seventh season. The original cast of the show, including co-leads James Spader and Megan Boone, are all set to return. Season six of the show is currently airing, with only two episodes left.
The network has renewed its comedy Superstore for a fifth season. The pickup comes three days before the show returns from a three-month hiatus on Thursday. The order gives NBC four veteran comedies going into next season after previously renewing The Good Place, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Will & Grace.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s first season on NBC won’t be its last: The Andy Samberg comedy and Fox castoff has been renewed for season 7. Season to date, the show is averaging a 0.9 rating, making it NBC’s top-rated sitcom, while in total viewers (2.8 million) it trails Superstore and Will & Grace.
NBC is staying put in the Windy City: The network has renewed Chicago Fire and its spinoffs Chicago P.D. and Chicago Med, it was announced on Tuesday. Fire has been picked up for season 8, while P.D. and Med will return for their seventh and fifth seasons, respectively.
CBS has renewed it’s soon-to-be No.1 comedy series Young Sheldon for two additional seasons, beginning with the 2019-20 broadcast season. With the pickup, the network has secured both of Chuck Lorre’s current comedy series slated to go beyond this season for two more years, after a similar two-season pickup forveteran Momearlier this month.