ABC is signing up for more TGIT.
The network has renewed Thursday night dramas "Grey's Anatomy," "Station 19," and "How to Get Away With Murder," all from Shonda Rhimes' production company Shondaland.
However, ABC is cancelling the legal drama "For the People" after two seasons.
"Grey's Anatomy" received renewals for both Seasons 16 and 17. This year, it surpassed "ER" as the longest-running primetime medical drama in TV history in number of episodes (341 to 331 for the NBC staple). Now, it will become the longest-running medical drama in number of seasons (17 vs. "ER's" 15).
The firefighter drama "Station 19" has held steady in the ratings in its second season. A recent crossover with "Grey's Anatomy" proved a success. "Grey's Anatomy" showrunner Krista Vernoff will also oversee "Station 19" beginning next season.
"HTGAWM, " which stars Viola Davis as hard-charging lawyer/professor Annalise Keating, will return for a sixth season.