The verdict is in and ABC has announced what TV shows will continue and which ones are no longer.  As cancellations go, some of this list is not surprising.  Personally, of the shows I either stopped watching, fell way behind on or just couldn’t get into in the first place, I’m almost relieved to see them make the list of cuts.  It means I can’t be the only one who had problems with those shows.

Here’s the list of what got to stay:

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: renewed for season 4
America’s Funniest Home Videos: renewed for season 27
American Crime: renewed for season 3
The Bachelor (WBTV): renewed for cycle 21
Black-ish: renewed for season 3
Dancing With the Stars: renewed for season 22
Fresh Off the Boat (20th): renewed for season 3
The Goldbergs (Sony): renewed for season 4
Grey’s Anatomy: renewed for season 13
How to Get Away With Murder: renewed for season 3
Last Man Standing (20th TV): renewed for season 6
The Middle (WBTV): renewed for season 8
Mistresses (summer): renewed for season 4
Modern Family (20th): renewed for season 8
Once Upon a Time: renewed for season 6
Scandal: renewed for season 6
Secrets and Lies (season 2)
Shark Tank (Sony): renewed for season 8
Shark Tank: Beyond the Tank (Sony) (season 2)
The Catch: renewed for season 2
Dr. Ken (Sony/ABC Studios) (multicam comedy): renewed for season 2
Quantico (drama): renewed for season 2
The Real O’Neals: renewed for season 2
Uncle Buck (Universal/ABC Studios) (single-camera comedy)

And here’s what we won’t get to see again:

Agent Carter: canceled after season 2
The Astronaut Wives Club (summer): canceled after season 1
Castle: canceled after season 8
Galavant: canceled after season 2
Nashville (Lionsgate/ABC Studios) canceled after season 4
Rookie Blue (summer): canceled after season 6
The Whispers (summer): canceled after season 1
Blood and Oil (drama): effectively canceled; order trimmed to 10
The Family: canceled after 1 season
Of Kings and Prophets (drama): canceled after 2 episodes
The Muppets (comedy): canceled after 1 season
Wicked City (drama): canceled after three episodes

Poor Nathan Fillion has already reacted to news of Castle’s cancellation with his usual sense of humor

(Source: THR)