As the leaves change color and the air turns crisp, November ushers in a time of reflection and gratitude, the perfect backdrop for television networks to deliver the fate of our favorite shows. The anticipation of refreshing news grows just as heartening as the anxiety over the dreaded cancellations.
This November has been particularly eventful, opening with a wave of renewals that includes the likes of “The Circle” and “The Bear,” along with the bittersweet news of final seasons for “Letterkenny” and “Superman & Lois.”
Join us for the updated festival and we hope that the scale will be better towards renewal. Here’s the latest roundup of the highs and lows in television for November 2023.
The final flight for Superman & Lois
The CW’s “Superman & Lois” will wrap up one last episode in its upcoming fourth season in 2024. Fans must be prepared to say goodbye to the Kryptonian and his family as they conclude their story. (Announced November 2 on The CW)
The Circle continues
Netflix’s reality sensation “The Circle” has secured not just one, but two more seasons, assuring fans that the strategic social media-based game show will continue through a sixth and seventh iteration, with Season 6 to premiere Spring 2024. (Renewed November 6 on Netflix)
More Help the Bear
FX’s critically acclaimed kitchen drama “The Bear,” set for a third season, continues to delve into the high-pressure cooking world that has captivated viewers. (Renewed November 6 on FX)
Last Call for Letterkenny
The people of Letterkenny will be on screen for one episode in the 12th season. This Canadian export has announced that the upcoming season will be the series’ curtain call, with the final episode set to air on December 26. (Final season announced November 2nd on Hulu)
The Future of Futurama is Secured
Hulu is giving “Futurama” fans a reason to celebrate by renewing the iconic animated series for not one, but two additional seasons, extending its epic run through Season 14 and adding another 20 episodes to its legacy. (Renewed November 2 on Hulu)
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