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“The Crazy Ones,” which stars Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar, received a full season order.

Renewed or canceled? Fall TV scorecard

In the past few weeks, the broadcast networks have been busy nailing down which freshmen series will stick around past the fall, but the fates of quite a few are still up in the air.

Here are the standings for this fall’s freshmen as of Monday afternoon, according to information released by the networks.

Full seasons ordered

•“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” Fox

•“Dads,” Fox

•“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” ABC

•“Mom,” CBS

•“Sleepy Hollow,” Fox (The series will run its entire 13-episode first season and has been renewed for a second 13-episode season.)

•“The Blacklist,” NBC

•“The Crazy Ones,” CBS

•“The Michael J. Fox Show,” NBC

•“The Millers,” CBS


•“Ironside,” NBC

•“Lucky 7,” ABC

•“We Are Men,” CBS

•“Welcome to the Family,” NBC

Fate undecided

NOTE: Bold titles in this list denote that more scripts of these series have been ordered beyond the network’s initial production order. This often indicates interest in a full season by the network, but does not guarantee those scripts will be produced.

“Back in the Game,” ABC

•“Betrayal,” ABC

•“Dracula,” NBC

•“Hostages,” CBS (This was meant to be a limited-run series, so any pickup would likely be for a second season, not an extension of the current season.)

•“Once Upon a Time in Wonderland,” ABC

“Reign,” The CW

•“Sean Saves the World,” NBC

“Super Fun Night,” ABC

“The Goldbergs,” ABC

“The Originals,” The CW

“The Tomorrow People,” The CW

“Trophy Wife,” ABC

Yet to air

•“Almost Human,” Fox (Nov. 17)

– Journal Gazette