Save Our Shows 2023: Is your favorite renewed, canceled or in limbo?

which of your favorite shows is a lock to return, and which is destined for cancellation?

Sure, hits like "Abbott Elementary" and "NCIS" will be back for new seasons, along with freshmen series including remakes of "Night Court,"

Quantum Leap" and "Magnum, P.I." and new series like "Fire Country" and "Will Trent."

Meanwhile, long-running favorites "The Blacklist," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "The Goldbergs" and "Riverdale"

are ending their runs, along with "A Million Little Things" and two medical dramas, "New Amsterdam" and "The Resident."

But other sitcoms and dramas – from "The Good Doctor" to "S.W.A.T."  to  "9-1-1," are endangered, hovering "on the bubble

between renewal and cancellation. Networks are weighing their fates as they ready potential replacements and new fall schedules they'll announce in mid-May

Fox's "9-1-1" won the poll, but was canceled by Fox only to be snapped up by ABC, whose sibling studio owns the series. ABC'

The Good Doctor" and "Alaska Daily" were behind, followed by CBS' "S.W.A.T.," which was canceled but then uncanceled for 13 final episodes.

Here's our status update for every series, grouped by those already renewed or highly likely to return; those canceled or on death's door;