As it readies for next week's upfront presentations, ABC has been busy making decisions on which shows will remain with the network and which will be cut — along with which new series will be picked up. In addition to previously reported programming moves, EW.Com's Inside TV reports that the Alphabet Network is renewing "Castle" for a seventh season, and "Once Upon a Time" for a fourth.
The shows join a list of already reported renewals including "Grey's Anatomy," "Modern Family," "The Middle," "The Goldbergs," "Scandal" and "Revenge."
"Resurrection" was also renewed, for a second season.
EW reports that the network has picked up six new dramas for fall. They are "How to Get Away With Murder," "Secrets and Lies," "American Crime," "The Whispers," "Galavant" and "Forever."
The list of ABC pickups also includes two comedies: "Manhattan Love Story" and "Selfie."