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Grey's Anatomy, MacGyver and NCIS have been renewed!

Here's what you can expect (or not) on your screens later this year.

By Brittney Manning
All hail, Shonda Rhimes.
The producer of everyone's favourite medical drama Grey's Anatomy must be on top of the world right now as her TV domination continues.
Yep, that's right. Grey's Anatomy (Seven Network) has also been given the green light for its fifteenth season, making it the longest running primetime drama for ABC America.
"Grey's Anatomy has a special place in my heart and millions of viewers feel the same way," says Channing Dungey, president of ABC Entertainment.
"Thanks to fiercely loyal fans who have been on this journey since the beginning, and new generations of viewers who continue to discover the joy and drama of Grey Sloan Memorial, the show is as strong as ever."
The industry superstar is also behind cult favourite How to Get Away with Murder, For the People and Grey's spinoff Station 19.
Grey's Anatomy is going into its 15th season
Meanwhile, Shonda isn't the only one celebrating.
Producer Chuck Lorre is also on cloud nine. His hit shows The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, and Mom, have also been renewed and will air new seasons in Australia on the Nine Network.
Elsewhere CBS has ticked off Network Ten favourites MacGyver, Hawaii Five-O and Blue Bloods. Oh, and let's not forget Bull, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles and Madam Secretary all on Network Ten in Australia.
The Big Bang Theory has been renewed.
Sadly though, some shows won't be returning for the 2018-2019 season.
FX's show The Americans, which tells the tale of two KGB spies posing as an American married couple living in 1980s Washington, is coming to an end after six seasons.
Fans will also farewell ABC's The Middle with actress Patricia Heaton announcing the 10th season will be the comedy's final installment.
The Fosters will also depart our screens after five seasons.
Sadly 2019 might be the last we will see of Game Of Thrones.
Lastly, HBO's worldwide phenomenon Game of Thrones will be coming to its conclusion next year with a six episode final season.
Show creators David Benioff and DB Weiss told Entertainment Weekly in 2016 that they "wanted to make the series finale as spectacular as possible."
We can't wait to see what they have planned!

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