TV premiere season is always an exciting time for fans of the small screen because new shows are hitting networks large and small. There’s always a wide variety, ranging from medical dramas to comedies to sci fi adventures. Most of us can find at least a show or two worth getting into. As far too many of us know, however, there’s an element of danger in getting invested in brand new shows. The future is almost never 100% certain when it comes to television, and it’s heartbreaking to fall in love with a series only to have in cancelled just as it’s getting really good. Luckily, some networks have been kind enough to already give renewal orders to some of the freshman series. Check out our list of 13 new TV shows that you definitely don’t have to worry about getting cancelled; they're already renewed for Season 2!

Chicago Med
Chicago Med
Chicago Med had a recipe for success that made a renewal as much of a sure thing as is generally possible for network television. When it premiered in October of 2015, it was the third show in Dick Wolf’s Chicago franchise (which already included Chicago P.D. and Chicago Fire). Prior to the renewal announcement, Chicago Med was averaging 11.3 million viewers per episode in 7 Day ratings for NBC. The premise follows the adventures of an ensemble of doctors and nurses in the emergency unit of a Chicago hospital. Med both fills a gap left by past Chicago-based medical juggernaut ER and expands the Chicago universe even further. Chicago Med airs on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.

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