The U.S. TV industry has already kicked off its cable upfronts, and the digital and broadcast network upfronts are about a month away. By mid-May, we’ll know all the brand new fall 2014- spring 2015 series.

Ahead of that, many of the networks have begun making early announcements of their renewals.  This is a process that can please those international buyers who have winning series, but equally frustrate those now forced to look for different crops.

Sellers, on the other hand, would prefer to keep series that sell well internationally, even if they show poorly in the U.S., and replace those that perform poorly internationally but do well in the domestic market.

Below, a list at what you can expect to see back on your TV screens next year.

ABC: The network hasn’t officially announced its renewals yet, except in the case of summer drama series Mistresses, Motive and Rookie Blue, but the series below are pretty safe bets.

Comedy
The Goldbergs
The Middle
Modern Family

Drama
Castle
Grey’s Anatomy
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D
Once Upon a Time
Revenge
Scandal

Reality
The Bachelor
Dancing with the Stars
Shark Tank

CBS: CBS, which is the broadcast network with the most successful schedule, has announced a whopping 20 renewals, including freshman and established series.

Comedy
2 Broke Girls
The Big Bang Theory

Mike & Molly
The Millers
Mom
Two and a Half Men

Drama
Blue Bloods
Criminal Minds

CSI
Elementary
The Good Wife
Hawaii Five-O
NCIS
NCIS: Los Angeles
Person of Interest

Reality
60 Minutes
48 Hours
The Amazing Race
Survivor
Undercover Boss

CW: The network has announced five early renewals, plus a summer renewal for the 21st season of reality juggernaut America’s Next Top Model.

Drama
Arrow
Supernatural
The Originals
Reign
The Vampire Diaries

FOX: The network that has announced it’s doing away with the usual pilot cycle, has renewed 12 series for fall 2014-spring 2015 (though apparently American Idol will be shorter). Additionally, reality competition So You Think You Can Dance will begin again this summer.

Comedy
Bob’s Burgers
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Family Guy
The Mindy Project
New Girl
The Simpsons

Drama
Bones
The Following
Glee
Sleepy Hollow

Reality

American Idol
MasterChef Junior

NBC: In addition to reality series Hollywood Game Night, which will see its second season premiere this summer, NBC has officially renewed eight series for next season.

Comedy
Parks and Recreation

Drama
The Blacklist
Chicago Fire
Chicago PD
Grimm

Reality
The Biggest Loser
Celebrity Apprentice
The Voice