You have questions. I have some answers, including the fate of some shows as we enter a new TV season.
Q: I am so impressed with "FBI" on CBS co-starring Sela Ward and Jeremy Sisto. It is an excellent show with lots of action and thought-provoking profiles. Has it been renewed?
A: Yes. A new season will begin on Sept. 24. In the season premiere, CBS says, "After a bomb detonates at a restaurant in Queens, the case becomes personal for OA (Zeeko Zaki), who grew up eating there. But what initially seems like a terrorist attack reveals itself to be more complex."
Q: I am a huge fan of "Pit Bulls & Parolees" on Animal Planet, and I can't find any solid information on whether it will be back. Can you help?
A: The series returns on Oct. 5 for its 10th year on the network.
Q: I'm wondering it "Lucifer" on Fox will be back. I enjoyed this show very much.
A: The series starring Tom Ellis as the Devil left Fox after three seasons in 2018. Netflix then picked up repeats of the first three seasons AND ordered a fourth, which arrived on the streaming service later in 2018. A fifth season is now in production for Netflix, but that will be the last.
Q: Will "Gotham" be returning?
A: No. Fox's Batman-related drama ended last season, but that doesn't mean prime time will be bat-free. On Oct. 6, The CW is premiering "Batwoman," starring Ruby Rose as a new dark knight, taking on bad guys three years after Batman has disappeared.
Q: I enjoyed "The Enemy Within" last season. I would love to know if it is coming back.