ABC Renews 'Once Upon a Time', 'Revenge', 'Grey's Anatomy' and Seven More


ABC Renews 'Once Upon a Time', 'Revenge', 'Grey's Anatomy' and Seven More
Another freshman 'Suburgatory' as well as 'Castle', 'Modern Family', 'The Bachelor' and 'Dancing with the Stars' are also included in the network's new season pickups.


ABC has given a new season order to ten shows, "Once Upon a Time", "Revenge", "Suburgatory", "Grey's Anatomy", "Castle", "Modern Family", "The Middle", "The Bachelor", "Dancing with the Stars" and "Shark Tank". The renewals will bring back the first three mentioned shows for their sophomore season.

"Grey's" will return for a ninth season after recently securing the main cast for two more seasons. "Castle" is renewed for a fifth season, while "Modern Family" and "Middle" will be back for a fourth season each. Dating show "Bachelor" secures a seventeenth season, "DWTS" is ordered for a fifteenth season, while "Shark Tank" gets a fourth season.

There is still no word of the fate of other shows such as comedies "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23", "Happy Endings", "Last Man Standing" and "GCB" as well as drama series "Private Practice", "Body of Proof", and "Missing". Meanwhile, "Cougar Town" which has been struggling in ratings since it returned on ABC in February will move to TBS in its fourth season.

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