It's renewal time for CBS and it looks like some of your favorite reality series and procedurals are getting another season.

TV Guide has learned that the network has renewed the long-running reality series The Amazing Race and Survivor for additional seasons. Survivor is gearing up to wrap its latest edition Ghost Island, on Wednesday, May 23 at 8/7c. The new season saw contestants sent to a haunted island filled with relics that sent previous players packing.

CBS also renewed the cop procedurals Blue Bloods, Hawaii Five-0, NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans along with news institutions 48 Hours and 60 Minutes. Plus, the scripted dramas Madam Secretary, Bull and MacGyver are also slated to return next season. They join The Big Bang Theory, which was previously renewed through Season 12, and its spin-off Young Sheldon, which was greenlit for a second season. Mom, SEAL Team, NCIS and S.W.A.T. were also previously renewed.

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Criminal Minds, which wraps up its 13th season on Wednesday, April 18, has not yet been renewed, but fans shouldn't worry, because Criminal Minds gets a late renewal every year, a pattern that seems unlikely to change this year. Elementary, which returns on Monday, April 30, is still waiting for a decision, too. The sitcoms Kevin Can Wait, Man With A Plan, Life in Pieces, 9JKL and Superior Donuts are also still awaiting their fates.

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