Here’s every series The CW renewed for the 2021-22 television season

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The CW has renewed 12 of its current series for the 2021-22  television season. After a year full of cancellations and final season announcements from networks across the board, it’s a relief to hear that any of your favorites is coming back for another outing.

Among the renewals are the freshman series Walker, teen drama Riverdale, and Batwoman, which saw Javicia Leslie taking over its starring role during its second season.

The announcement came a bit later than usual, thanks to several production delays and halts caused by COVID-19. Deadline was the first to report the news.

Here’s the full lineup of CW shows fans can expect to see again to when the new television season arrives.

Every series The CW renewed for 2021-22

Renewed for a second season:

  • Walker has been renewed for another outing, and the network will be adding five additional episodes to its first season, bringing it to eighteen in total. The Texan crime drama became an overnight success, and its series premiere was The CW’s most-watched in five years.

Renewed for a third season:

  • Batwoman is returning for a third season, which many will take as a win after the series had to replace its main character and lead actress from season one to season two.
  • Nancy Drew will also return to the small screen for season three, so fans will get to explore more of the supernatural with the Drew Crew. It was also announced last month that the series would get its own spin-off.

Renewed for a fourth season:

  • All Americanthe sports drama based on former NFL player Spencer Paysinger’s experience going pro, will head into its fourth season in the 2021-22 season.
  • Charmed has hyped up its current season as one of its “most powerful” outings, and the reboot will continue to bring the Charmed Ones’ stories to life in a fourth season.
  • In The Dark will continue bringing viewers harrowing mysteries, as it’s also been renewed for another season at The CW.
  • Legacies is getting a fourth season, so fans of this Vampire Diaries and Originals spin-off series will get their share of witches, vampires, and werewolves from 2021-22.
  • Roswell, New Mexico is in the midst of filming its upcoming third season, but it’s already on the list of CW series confirmed for a fourth. The sci-fi drama has been a hit since debuting in 2019, so it’s no surprise The CW is continuing with it.

Renewed for a fifth season:

  • Dynasty will bring viewers even more drama from the Carrington family in its upcoming fifth season.

Renewed for a sixth season:

  • Riverdale‘s current fifth season features a seven-year time-jump following “Graduation.” The teen-focused show was one of several forced to wrap production early in 2020, so the remaining season four episodes were included in its current season. It’s unclear where the characters will go following the time-skip, but we’ll officially get to follow their adult lives for another season.

Renewed for a seventh season:

  • Legends of Tomorrow adds some often-needed levity to the Arrowverse, and it’ll be bringing its time-traveling antics back for a seventh season.

Renewed for an eighth season:

  • The Flash is currently the oldest Arrowverse series on air, and with so many of the DC TV shows taking their final bows, fans weren’t sure how long the series had left. Luckily, The Flash will be sticking around for an eighth season.

Not making the renewal cut are Black Lightning and Supergirl. Back in November, it was announced that both shows would end after their fourth and sixth seasons, respectively. Stargirl is also missing from the renewal list, though the series’ second season has yet to premiere.

Lastly, the newest Arrowverse show, Superman and Lois will have a two-hour premiere on February 23. It has not been yet renewed, but two additional episodes have been ordered for its first season, putting the first season count at 15.

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What show are you most excited about in terms of renewal? The least?  Share your thoughts in the comment section.