Here are your favorite TV shows that are coming back for another season

Lily Collins as Emily Cooper in “Emily in Paris.”Netflix

  • Networks and streaming services have already renewed a number of TV shows through 2022 and beyond.

  • “Emily in Paris,” “The Great,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and others have been greenlit for more episodes.

  • Insider compiled a list of the top shows renewed for a new season, or even multiple seasons.

“The Righteous Gemstones” will air its season two finale on HBO in late February, but it’ll be back for season 3. Premiere date TBD.

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“The Righteous Gemstones” follows a fictional family of televangelists.HBO

HBO renewed the comedy for a third season on January 25.

CBS renewed “Bob Hearts Abishola” for a third season. Premiere date TBD.

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“Bob Hearts Abishola.”Michael Yarish/Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

The CBS comedy, renewed on January 24, follows a middle-aged salesman (Billy Gardell) who falls in love with his Nigerian nurse (Folake Olowofoyeku) after surviving a heart attack.

CBS’ “Ghosts,” based on a British show of the same name, is returning for season 2. Premiere date TBD.

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Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar on “Ghosts.”CBS

The breakout CBS comedy was also renewed for a second season on January 24.

“The Neighborhood,” starring Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield, will return to CBS for season 5. Premiere date TBD.

Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield on “The Neighborhood.”Monty Brinton/CBS

The CBS comedy was also renewed for a fifth season on January 24.

Peacock’s “One Of Us Is Lying” is based on a bestselling YA novel. Premiere date TBD.

Marianly Tejada as Bronwyn, Cooper Van Grotel as Nate in

Marianly Tejada as Bronwyn, Cooper Van Grotel as Nate on “One Of Us Is Lying.”Nicola Dove/Peacock

The YA drama was greenlit for a second season on January 14.

Elle Fanning stars in Hulu’s historical comedy “The Great,” which will be back for a third season. Premiere date TBD.

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Elle Fanning on “The Great.”Hulu

The show’s second season premiered on November 19. Hulu announced on January 11 that “The Great” will be returning for a 10-episode third season.

Follow along with Insider’s coverage of “The Great” here.

Netflix renewed “Emily in Paris” for a third and fourth season. Premiere date TBD.

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Emily and Alfie on season two of “Emily in Paris.”Netflix

Lily Collins stars as the titular American ex-pat now living in France. Netflix announced the series’ two-season renewal on January 10.

Follow along with Insider’s coverage of “Emily in Paris” here.

“Grey’s Anatomy” has also been renewed for another season on ABC. Premiere date TBD.

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Ellen Pompeo on “Grey’s Anatomy.”ABC

The iconic medical drama will once again feature Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Gray in the upcoming 19th season, which was announced on January 10.

Follow along with Insider’s “Grey’s Anatomy” coverage here.

Apple TV+’s “The Morning Show” will also be returning with new episodes. Premiere date TBD.

“The Morning Show.”AppleTV+

“The Morning Show,” starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Billy Crudup, was renewed for a third season on January 10.

Showtime’s psychological drama-thriller “Yellowjackets” will return for season two. Premiere date TBD.

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“Yellowjackets,” which creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson pitched to the network as a five-season series, was renewed on December 16.

Follow along with Insider’s coverage of “Yellowjackets” here.

“Servant” has been renewed for a fourth season on Apple TV+. Premiere date TBD.

Rupert Grint on the Apple TV Plus drama “Servant.”

Rupert Grint on the Apple TV+ drama “Servant.”Apple TV Plus

On December 14, executive producer M. Night Shyamalan confirmed that the upcoming fourth season of the Apple TV+ drama will be its last.

Sci-fi drama “Invasion” will return for a second season on Apple TV+. Premiere date TBD.

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Sam Neill on “Invasion.”Apple TV+

The Apple TV + series was renewed on December 8, just before its season one finale.

Netflix renewed “Outer Banks” for a third season. Premiere date TBD.

Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline on season two of

John B (Chase Stokes) and Sarah (Madelyn Cline) on season two of “Outer Banks.”Netflix

The teen drama, which was renewed on December 7, stars Chase Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Daviss, and Rudy Pankow.

HBO’s “Succession” recently aired its third season, and it’ll be returning for a fourth. Premiere date TBD.

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Kieran Culkin stars on “Succession” as Roman Roy.HBO

The critically-acclaimed drama was renewed for a fourth season only two episodes into season three, Deadline reported on October 26.

Follow along with Insider’s coverage of “Succession” here.

Fans of “You” can expect a new season to drop on Netflix. Premiere date TBD.

Victoria Pedretti and Penn Badgley looking through a window on season three of

Victoria Pedretti and Penn Badgley on season three of “You.”Netflix

The popular Netflix drama was renewed for a fourth season on October 13, ahead of the three season premiere.

Follow along with Insider’s coverage of “You” here.

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