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"The Handmaid's Tale" (Hulu): The streaming platform has a hit on its hands with this superbly made adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian nightmare. "Survivor" (CBS): Another band of would-be outlast/outplay/outwit contestants will do their thing.
"Once Upon a Time" (ABC): You now how last season nobody could understand why Fox renewed "Sleepy Hollow," considering its co-lead had exited the show?
"Ozark" (Netflix): The gritty drama about a financial advisor (Jason Bateman) hiding out in the country after his illegal money-laundering activities blow up in his face will return for Season 2.
"Insecure" (HBO): Issa Rae's comedy will be back for Season 3.
"Claws" (TNT): The drama about "the rise of five diverse and treacherous manicurists," and the Florida crime mobs they get tangled up with, has been renewed for Season 2.
The major TV networks are announcing their schedules for the 2017-2018 TV season at the annual "upfronts," when programmers try to impress advertisers.
That also means it's the time of year when fans are getting the final word on which shows will live to see another day (well, duh, "NCIS" and "The Big Bang Theory") and which ones are done for ("Last Man Standing" and "Dr.
"The Amazing Race" (CBS): The venerable competition show will return for a 30th season. "NCIS" (CBS): In the least surprising renewal of the year, the gang will keep on doing what they do.
"Law & Order: SVU" (NBC): More crime and punishment are on the way in Season 19 (19! "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS): Oh, wait, this is the least surprising renewal of the year. "NCIS: Los Angeles" (CBS): There's "NCIS" in the title, so it's back. "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC): The medical drama may be long in the tooth, but it still snags plenty of youthful viewers, which makes ABC renewing it a no-brainer. "American Gods" (Starz): A visually stylish adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel, this got a Season 2 order shortly after its premiere.