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10 of your favourite TV shows just got renewed!

But it could be the final season for some.

By Stephanie Marinkovic
It's clear America's CW network has faith in its line-up, giving an early renewal to ten fan favourites for the 2018-19 season.
The superhero craze showing no signs of slowing as all five of their DC comic series - Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow and Black Lightning - are given the go-ahead for another season.
The news brings Arrow to season seven, The Flash to season five and both Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl to season four – all of which will continue to air on FOX8 in Australia.
Arrow, Supergirl and The Flash will all be back for another season.
Meanwhile, Black Lightning, whose first season is currently airing on Netflix Australia, will get a second season.
Completing their Netflix Australia line-up are struggling drama Dynasty, which is getting a second shot to pull in the numbers, and Archie Comic hit Riverdale. It marks the teen drama's third season, an unsurprising decision given talk about a potential crossover with upcoming spin-off series Sabrina.
Netflix favourites Black Lightning, Dynasty and Riverdale will all get new seasons.
Elsewhere, fans of Eleven's Supernatural will love the confirmation that the stalwart is continuing its strong run into a 14th season.
But in some bittersweet news, another Eleven favourite, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, will only be back for its fourth and last season.
Though CW has not confirmed it will be the comedy's final hurrah, lead actress Rachel Bloom and co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna have always said they only envisioned a total of four seasons for the musical comedy.
Rachel also seems to have confirmed the news, tweeting: "Just turned on my wifi on our flight to Chicago and found out that #CrazyExGirlfriend has been renewed for a final season."
Supernatural will continue its monster run, while Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Jane the Virgin look to be on their last legs.
Jane the Virgin (FOX8) is also potentially on its way out after its newly confirmed fifth season.
Star Gina Rodriguez hinted season five will be its last at a panel earlier this year and, having recently signed on to voice Carmen Sandiego both an animated Netflix series and star in its live action movie counterpart, the show's fate seems to be sealed.
The CW is yet to give their official word.

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