It's that stressful time of year again for TV fanatics -- where everyone learns the fate of their favorite shows.
Beginning May 11, each network (NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox and CW) will officially reveal their plans for the Fall 2014 primetime schedule. In addition to learning which new pilots have been picked up, we'll find out what current shows have been renewed -- or axed.
Some of the biggest series to already get canceled are NBC's "Community" and "Revolution," Fox's "The X Factor," ABC's "Trophy Wife" and "The Neighbors" and The CW's "Sex & The City" prequel "The Carrie Diaries." "How I Met Your Mother" and "Psych" also recently wrapped up their runs.
Many stars are taking to Twitter to send messages to their fans.
"Twitter isn't big enough to hold my condolences and more importantly my gratitude to the best fans, cast and crew in TV history. Excelsior," "Community" executive producer Dan Harmon wrote when he heard the bad news.
"Tweeps, I have known since last night, but was not able to share the news until it was announced publicly," "The Neighbors" star Toks Olagundoye tweeted. "#TheNeighbirs has been cancelled."
Of the notable renewals, NBC's "Hannibal" and "Parks & Recreation" are coming back, "The Walking Dead" returns for season 5 this October, CBS picked up "The Big Bang Theory" for three more seasons (Bazinga!), ABC still loves "Dancing With the Stars," and "American Idol" lives on. Fox picked up the singing competition for season 14 next year.
ABC also announced late Friday that "Nashville" will be returning for a third season.
As for what's on the fence, Robin Williams' "The Crazy Ones" still has a shot and Jack Bauer fans are hoping "24: Live Another Day" does well enough to get picked up for another day -- or at least another 12 hours.
To help you monitor what's staying, what's going and what's riding the "bubble," click "Launch Gallery" above for a cheat sheet.
Are you surprised by any of the renewals or cancellations? Sound off!