NBC Has Not Yet Made Renewal Decisions On “The Village,” “AP Bio,” “Abby’s,” More

The network announced its new fall schedule, but some shows remain unclear on their fate.

The Village (Photo by: Peter Kramer/NBC)

In a Sunday afternoon press release, NBC revealed its fall schedule for the 2019-20 season. It also announced which shows will be joining the roster later in the year.

Several shows nonetheless remain unclear on their statuses for next year.

“Decisions are yet to be made on “Abby’s,” “A.P. Bio,” “The Enemy Within,” “The InBetween,” “The Titan Games” and “The Village,”” notes NBC in its official press release.

The uncertainty about “The InBetween” is predictable; the show’s inaugural season will not even launch until this summer. “The Titan Games” posted decent live+same-day ratings by modern standards (though it did decline significantly from its hot early performance), while the other shows have largely been putting up modest-to-poor numbers.

Still, with the TV viewership landscape continuing to change, it is hard to automatically rule any shows out.

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