ABC also canceled Resurrection and Cristela on Thursday

By Lynette Rice
Updated May 08, 2015 12:20 AM
Credit: ABC

Forever didn’t live up to its title after all.

The Ioan Gruffudd drama follows Revenge and Resurrection out the door as ABC tries to make room for its new fall shows, PEOPLE has learned.

The network also yanked the comedy Cristela after one season. The goose got cooked for the prime-time food competition The Taste, too.

Plenty of veteran shows will get another day in the sun, though. Castle and Nashville will come back for another season, as will Once Upon a Time, Secrets and Lies, American Crime, Galavant, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter. All of the Shonda Rhimes dramas will return, too.

On the comedy front, newbies like black-ish and Fresh Off the Boat will stage comebacks, as will The Goldbergs. They will join Modern Family and The Middle, which will each return for seventh seasons.

And don’t despair, friends of the mirror ball! Dancing with the Stars will be back, as will Shark Tank, The Bachelor and more America’s Funniest Home Videos.

There’s just one holdout: it’s unclear whether Last Man Standing, starring Tim Allen, will return.

ABC will announce its fall 2015 schedule Tuesday in New York City.