Good news, dearies. ABC has just announced some very big season renewals for some of your favorite shows. Fourteen, to be exact. The first goes to the network's popular fairytale drama 'Once Upon a Time,' which has formally been picked up for a fourth season.
In fact, even co-creator Adam Horowitz took to Twitter earlier this evening to confirm the exciting news. "It's official: #OnceUponATime season 4 is a go! Thank you all for watching! Hope to see ya Sunday for the finale and this fall for season 4!" Evidently, magic really does come with a price — in the form of more episodes!
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Next we have the freshman series 'Resurrection,' which will be brought back from the dead for a second season. Meanwhile, 'Castle' and 'Grey's Anatomy' have earned a seventh and eleventh season, respectively, with 'Scandal' and 'Revenge' both nabbing a fourth season.
Not to be outdone, 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' received a greenlight for a second season, as did ABC's freshman sitcom 'The Goldbergs,' which will officially be back for its sophomore run. And last, but certainly not least, 'Modern Family' and 'The Middle' are both set to return for sixth seasons.
Since then, the hit dancing reality show 'Dancing With the Stars' will return for Season 19, along with 'Shark Tank' (Season 6), 'The Bachelor' (Season 19), and 'America's Funniest Home Videos' (Season 25).
If that isn't enough, the network has also now renewed its country-music drama 'Nashville' for a 22-episode third season, proving that no one should put dirt on this show's grave just yet. Which means there'll be more Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere goodness coming our way, so no complaints here. See ya next fall, y'all!
In addition, fans of Tim Allen's 'Last Man Standing' can rejoice, as the comedy will return to ABC for even more laughs.
All-in-all, it's some pretty fantastic news, even though most of these aren't all that surprising. But, bottom line: the fall lineup has never looked so good, especially now that we also have these pilots to look forward to.
However, the fate of 'Parenthood' still remains up in the air.