ABC has renewed 13 more series for 2020-21, eight of them scripted, including freshmen Stumptown and mixed-ish. The broadcast network has picked up American Housewife, black-ish, The Conners, The Goldbergs, A Million Little Things, The Rookie; reality stalwarts The Bachelor, Dancing with the Stars and Shark Tank; as well as the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire revival and newsmagazine 20/20. They join previously renewed flagship Grey’s Anatomy, which is in the middle of a two-season pickup, spinoff Station 19, The Good Doctor, American Idol, America’s Funniest Home Videos, as well as newly picked up scripted series Big Sky, Call Your Mother and the recently ordered Supermarket Sweep reboot. This takes it to a total of 22 shows confirmed for the upcoming season. Freshmen For Life and The Baker and the Beauty remain on the bubble, while Emergence, Single Parents, Schooled, Bless This Mess and Kids Say The Darndest Things have been canceled. ABC, which is expected to unveil its 2019- 20 schedule next month, is the latest broadcaster to make a significant number of renewals in light of the COVID-19 production shutdown... Fox has picked up serial killer thriller Prodigal Son for a second season. The network is likely to air the second season of the series, which stars Michael Sheen and Tom Payne, in midseason, as a result of the COVID-19 production shutdown. The renewal comes after the network unveiled its fall schedule last week and the renewal of The Resident and Last Man Standing earlier this week. Prodigal Son was the season’s No. 2 new scripted series after 9-1-1: Lone Star...