ABC has finally confirmed the renewal of "Quantico" for its third season. The network has ordered 13 episodes for its comeback on TV. Further, in line with the series renewal, Josh Safran, the series writer and executive producer, just stepped down from his role as the showrunner. However, Safran will still remain part of show being the series consultant. For the meantime, ABC network is in search for a new showrunner who will take over the place of Safran.

Series will have a new showrunner

Recently, ABC was in the verge of issuing renewal and cancellations among the TV series of the network.

"Quantico" is one of the most fortunate series whose fate has been sealed after ABC confirmed its season 3 installment. Further, the network will also reveal the different fall schedules on the upcoming Upfront presentation of advertisers.

As the Priyanka Chopra terrorism drama returns on TV, it is expected that it will have its new showrunner. Meanwhile, the production of the forthcoming series will still happen in New York. On the other hand, there are also rumors that the series writers' room will be transferred to Los Angeles but it will be confirmed by the production once a new showrunner will be in place.

"Quantico" has been a consistent breakout since it debuted in fall 2015 despite its dramatic drop of ratings in season two.

The series may have known to lose its momentum but it was able to make up due to its dense narrative and heavy serialization.

ABC picks up popular TV series

In line with the renewal news of "Quantico" season 3, some TV series were also fortunate to be renewed for another season. The network also renewed "Black-ish," "Agents of SHIELD," "Modern Family," "American Housewife," "Fresh of the Boat," "Speechless," "The Goldbergs," and "How to Get Away with Murder."

Meanwhile, some other shows were not fortunate to be given with another installment.

The network just canceled certain series like "The Real O'Neals," "Imaginary Mary," "The Catch," "Dr. Ken," "Last Man Standing," and "Secrets and Lies."

Further, ABC also picked up new series like "Deception," and "Splitting up Together." "Deception" has been produced by Berlanti Productions and Quinn's House.

Sarah Schechter and David Kwong also serve as co-producers.

As of now, the network is yet to reveal the different schedules of these TV shows. Rest assured, these shows will comeback rocking your homes with new, fresh and exciting episodes.