The complete list of your favorite network shows returning in fall 2022

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The start of fall season is still four months away, but the returning network shows are already gearing up for their next go-round in primetime with hardly any time to celebrate their good fortune.

The growth of streaming television and other platforms has severely weakened viewership for comedies and dramas on traditional broadcast TV; on the other hand, it’s also given a new lease on life to shows that might once have been cancelled due to low ratings — since the renewal bar has been significantly lowered as the networks try to hold on to their dwindling audiences in a fractured landscape.

That’s good news for fans of ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox — which retained a fair number of their shows unlike The CW, which cancelled nine series going into the new season.

With the networks firming up their fall schedules this week, it’s a good time to circle back to the returning tried-and-true favorites. Here is a handy network-by-network guide to the scripted comedies and dramas that will be back this fall (as of this writing), with a nod to reality/competition shows.

Topher Grace and Karla Souza in a scene from "Home Economics" on ABC. She's holding a half-full wine glass and they both look surprised.
Topher Grace and Karla Souza in a scene from “Home Economics” on ABC.
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ABC:

“Abbott Elementary” (Season 2)

“Big Sky” (Season 3)

“The Conners” (Season 5)

“The Goldbergs” (Season 10)

“The Good Doctor” (Season 6)

“Grey’s Anatomy” (Season 19)

“Home Economics” (Season 3)

“A Million Little Things” (Season 6)

“The Rookie” (Season 5)

“Station 19” (Season 6)

“The Wonder Years” (Season 2)

Reality/competition:

“America’s Funniest Home Video” (Season 33)

“American Idol” (Season 5 on ABC)

“The Bachelor” (Season 27)

“Celebrity Family Feud” (Season 8)

“Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” (Season 3)

“Holey Moley” (Season 4)

“Judge Steve Harvey” (Season 2)

“Press Your Luck” (Season 4)

“The $100,000 Pyramid” (Season 6)

“Shark Tank” (Season 14)

Yasmine Al-Bustami, Alex Tarrant and Noah Mills in "NCIS: Hawai'i" which will return for a second season on CBS.
Yasmine Al-Bustami, Alex Tarrant and Noah Mills in “NCIS: Hawai’i” which will return for a second season on CBS.
CBS

CBS:

“Blue Bloods” (Season 13)

“Bob Hearts Abishola” (Season 4)

“CSI: Vegas” (Season 2)

“The Equalizer” (Season 3)

“FBI” (Season 5)

“FBI: International” (Season 2)

“FBI: Most Wanted” (Season 4)

“Ghosts” (Season 2)

“The Neighborhood” (Season 5)

“NCIS” (Season 20)

NCIS: Los Angeles” (Season 14)

“NCIS: Hawai’i” (Season 2)

“S.W.A.T.” (Season 6)

“Young Sheldon” (Season 5)

Reality/competition:

“The Amazing Race” (Season 34)

“Big Brother: Celebrity Edition” (Season 3)

“Secret Celebrity Renovation” (Season 2)

“Survivor” (Season 44)

“Tough as Nails” (Season 4)

Photo from the animated Fox series "The Great North" showing the main characters.
“The Great North” airs on Fox and has been renewed for its second season.

Fox:

“Bob’s Burgers” (Season 13)

“Call Me Kat” (Season 3)

“The Cleaning Lady” (Season 2)

“Duncanville” (Season 3)

“Fantasy Island” (Season 2)

“Family Guy” (Season 20)

“The Great North” (Season 3)

“Housebroken” (Season 2)

“9-1-1” (Season 6)

“9-1-1: Lone Star” (Season 4)

“The Resident” (Season 6)

“The Simpsons” (Season 34)

“Welcome to Flatch” (Season 2)

Reality/competition:

“Crime Scene Kitchen” (Season 2)

“Hell’s Kitchen” (Season 21)

“Lego Masters” (Season 3)

“The Masked Singer” (Season 8)

“Masterchef” (Season 12)

“Next Level Chef” (Season 2)

“So You Think You Can Dance” (Season 17)

Chike´ Okonkwo (Ty), Nicholas Gonzalez (Levi) and Natalie Zea (Eve) in "La Brea," which was a breakout hit in its first season on NBC. They're standing alongside each other with tentative looks on their faces.
Chike´ Okonkwo (Ty), Nicholas Gonzalez (Levi) and Natalie Zea (Eve) in “La Brea,” which was a breakout hit in its first season on NBC.
Sarah Enticknap/NBC

NBC:

“American Auto” (Season 2)

“The Blacklist” (Season 10)

“Chicago Med” (Season 8)

“Chicago PD” (Season 10)

“Chicago Fire” (Season 11)

“Grand Crew” (Season 2)

“La Brea” (Season 2)

“Law & Order” (Season 2 for the new version)

“Law & Order: SVU” (Season 24)

“Law & Order: Organized Crime” (Season 3)

“New Amsterdam” (Season 5)

“Young Rock” (Season 3)

Reality/competition/newsmagazines:

“American’s Got Talent” (Season 17)

“American Ninja Warrior” (Season 14)

“That’s My Jam” (Season 2)

“The Voice” (Season 22)

“The Wall” (Season 5)

“Who Do You Think You Are?” (Season 11)

Bitsie Tulloch and Tyler Hoechlin in "Superman & Lois" on The CW. They're standing next to each other; Hoechlin is wearing his Superman cape with the "S" 
and has his arms on his waist.
Bitsie Tulloch and Tyler Hoechlin in “Superman & Lois.”
Bettina Strauss/The CW

The CW:

“All American” (Season 5)

“All American: Homecoming” (Season 2)

“The Flash” (Season 9)

“Kung Fu” (Season 3)

“Nancy Drew” (Season 4)

“Riverdale” (Season 7)

“Superman & Lois” (Season 3)

“Walker” (Season 3)

Reality/competition:

“Masters of Illusion” (Season 9)

“Penn & Teller: Fool Us” (Season 9)

“World’s Funniest Animals” (Season 3)

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