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Upfronts week has arrived, the traditional time when broadcast TV networks reveal their 2021-22 slates in presentations to advertisers. With ongoing production issues due to the coronavirus pandemic, broadcasters have been faced with some unprecedented problems this time around while making their decisions about what which shows will be canceled, renewed and ordered. Below is every scripted show that ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and The CW have renewed or canceled so far for the 2021-22 broadcast TV season, along with those still awaiting their fates. Check back with TheWrap regularly for updates. NBCRenewed Series: “The Blacklist,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (eighth and final season), “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med,” “Chicago P.D.” (entire “Chicago” franchise renewed for two more seasons each), “Kenan,” “Law & Order: SVU” (renewed through Season 24), “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” “Mr. Mayor,” “New Amsterdam” (renewed through Season 5), “This Is Us” (sixth and final season),”Transplant,” “Young Rock” Canceled/Ending Series: “Connecting,” “Superstore” Series Awaiting Decisions: “Debris,” “Good Girls,” “Manifest,” “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” Series That Haven’t Premiered Yet: N/A Newly Ordered Series: “American Auto,” “Grand Crew,” “La Brea,” “Law & Order: For the Defense,” “Ordinary Joe,” “The Thing About Pam” ABCRenewed Series: “A Million Little Things,” “Big Sky,” “black-ish” (eighth and final season), “The Conners,” “The Goldbergs,” “The Good Doctor,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Home Economics,” “The Rookie,” “Station 19” Canceled/Ending Series: “American Housewife,” “Call Your Mother,” “For Life,” “mixed-ish,” “Rebel,” “Stumptown,” “United We Fall” Series Awaiting Decisions: N/A Series That Haven’t Premiered Yet: N/A Newly Ordered Series: “Abbott Elementary,” “Maggie,” “Queens,” “Women of the Movement,” “The Wonder Years” FoxRenewed Series: “9-1-1,” “9-1-1: Lone Star,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Call Me Kat,” “Duncanville,” “Family Guy,” “The Great North” (for Seasons 2 and 3), “The Resident,” “The Simpsons” (for Seasons 33 and 34) Canceled/Ending Series: “Bless the Harts,” “Filthy Rich,” “Last Man Standing,” “Next,” “Prodigal Son” Series Awaiting Decisions: “The Moodys” Series That Haven’t Premiered Yet: “Housebroken” Newly Ordered Series: “The Big Leap,” “The Cleaning Lady,” “Fantasy Island,” “Monarch,” “Our Kind of People,” “Pivoting,” “This Country”, Untitled Dan Harmon Animated Comedy CBSRenewed Series: “B Positive,” “Blood & Treasure” (renewed for Season 2 in 2019), “Blue Bloods,” “Bob Hearts Abishola,” “Bull,” “The Equalizer,” “Evil” (renewed for Season 2 in 2019),”FBI,” “FBI: Most Wanted,” “Magnum P.I.,” “NCIS,” “NCIS: Los Angeles,” “The Neighborhood,” “S.W.A.T.,” “Young Sheldon” (renewed for Seasons 5, 6 and 7) and “United States of Al” Canceled/Ending Series: “All Rise,” “MacGyver,” “Mom,” “NCIS: New Orleans,” “The Unicorn” Series Awaiting Decisions: “Clarice,” “SEAL Team” Series That Haven’t Premiered Yet: N/A Newly Ordered Series: “CSI: Vegas,” “FBI International,” “Ghosts,” “Good Sam,” “NCIS: Hawaii,” “Smallwood” The CWRenewed Series: “All American,” “Batwoman,” “Charmed,” “Coroner,” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “DC’s Stargirl,” “Dead Pixels,” “Dynasty,” “The Flash,” “In the Dark,” “Kung Fu,” “Legacies,” “Nancy Drew,” “Riverdale,” “Roswell, New Mexico,” “Superman & Lois,” “Two Sentence Horror Stories,” “Walker” Canceled/Ending Series: “Black Lightning,” “Burden of Truth,” “Pandora,” “Supergirl,” “Trickster” Series Awaiting Decisions: “Devils” (Italian import), “The Outpost” (Season 3 extended, not yet renewed for Season 4) Series That Haven’t Premiered Yet: “Republic of Sarah” Newly Ordered Series: “4400“ Read original story 2021-22 TV Season: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered – So Far (Updating) At TheWrap
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Now you see me, now you don't. That's the game Taco Bell's beloved Quesalupa likes to play with us. Upon its glorious return to the menu earlier this year, we were warned that it would only be making a limited-time appearance, but we didn't think we'd have to say goodbye again so soon.According to Thrillist, a spokesperson for the fast-food chain confirmed that the super popular cheese-stuffed chalupa will be leaving the menu in May: "Fans are encouraged to satisfy their Quesalupa craving before it leaves Taco Bell's menu later this month."RELATED: Taco Bell's Rival Launches a New Version of the Discontinued Mexican PizzaPrior to its launch in March, the Quesalupa had been MIA since 2016. But Taco Bell more than made up for its absence by fortifying the latest version with more cheese than ever—the 2021 Quesalupa's cheese ratio was increased by 50%, making the stuffed crispy shell extra hefty. To achieve that perfect cheesy pull you'll soon miss, the chain used a combo of melted pepper jack and mozzarella. Its insides stayed the same, however, featuring a tried-and-true blend of signature Taco Bell flavors—seasoned beef, crispy lettuce, shredded cheddar cheese, fresh diced tomatoes, and sour cream.So yes, there will be a lot to miss once our lives are Quesalupa-less starting June 1, but consider this silver lining: Taco Bell will likely come up with something new, fun, and exciting to replace the Quesalupa very soon. Follow us to get the latest news on Taco Bell's menu updates, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
There are many health benefits of taking vitamin D, such as a better mood, a strong immune system, and even reducing the severity of asthma attacks. However, while all of these things are important, there is one key issue linked to not getting enough vitamin D: loss of bone density.As Nicole Avena, Ph.D., assistant professor of neuroscience at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, told us in a previous article on the health benefits of vitamin D, "one of the major roles [vitamin D] plays is to help maximize the absorption and utilization of calcium, which is an important mineral for our skeletal system and teeth."RELATED: The One Vitamin Doctors Are Urging Everyone to Take Right NowIn order to get a sufficient amount of vitamin D in a day, people ages 1 to 70 need 600 international units (IU), while people over the age of 70 need 800 IU. Not getting a sufficient amount of vitamin D each day can result in a higher risk of osteoporosis later in life. Osteoporosis is characterized as the thinning and weakening of bones and is often referred to as brittle bone disease.Women who are going through menopause are most likely to develop osteoporosis, as a reduction in estrogen levels is a big risk factor. In fact, a recent study even suggests that women between the ages of 50 and 80 have a 79% higher risk of developing heart disease.However, by routinely consuming calcium and vitamin D, you can effectively slow bone mineral loss and in part, reduce the risk of osteoporosis and bone fractures.While rare, severe vitamin D deficiency can cause rickets in children, a disease that causes the bones to become soft and bend. In adults, severe deficiency of this key vitamin can result in osteomalacia, a condition that encompasses the softening of bones, bone pain, and muscle weakness.Luckily, you can largely prevent all of this from happening so long as you eat plenty of vitamin D-rich foods such as fatty fish (think salmon) and eggs. However, a vitamin D supplement may also be a great addition to your diet. Be sure to consult your physician before taking any new supplements to ensure they won't react with another medication you may be taking.For more, be sure to check out Surprising Side Effects of Taking Vitamin D Supplements, Says Science.
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Finding the right diet to follow to manage your cholesterol can seem like an easy task—until you do one quick Google search and find pages and pages of recommendations. While there is no shortage of cholesterol-lowering diets to choose from, there is a shortage of diets that actually have proof to show that they work.If you are trying to lower your cholesterol naturally, you can hop on the latest fad diet bandwagon that may or may not do anything for you long-term, or you can simply adopt the scientifically-backed Mediterranean diet.What is the Mediterranean diet?Close your eyes and imagine that you are dining al fresco at a Mediterranean villa or seaside on a Greek island. What are you eating? Are you quickly scarfing down a fast-food cheeseburger and extra-large soda? Or are you leisurely dining on a dish made with olive oil, vegetables, grains, and seeds? And are you eating alone, or are you dining with other people and enjoying the process of eating a meal? (Related: What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Olive Oil.)The Mediterranean diet is modeled after the way that most people eat when they live by the Mediterranean Sea. And although it is called the Mediterranean diet, it is actually more of a lifestyle that many people who live in this part of the world embrace. They dine with family and friends, stay active, and rarely stuff their faces when they have a free moment during a red-light stop in the car. The TV is off and they are focused on what they are eating.Those who follow the Mediterranean diet tend to avoid added sugars, highly processed and refined foods, and heavily processed meats. Instead, they focus on whole foods that are nutrient-dense and loaded with antioxidants.Specifically, people who follow the Mediterranean diet eat:fruitsvegetables (including potatoes)whole grains, like whole-grain pasta, quinoa, and farroolive oilbeans, nuts, and legumes,unfried fishsmaller amounts of dairy, chicken, and lean beefOverall, it is a diet rich in whole foods and plant-based meals. Oh yeah, and you can have some wine with your meals too.READ MORE: Wine May Reduce Your Risk of This Health Condition as You Age, New Study SaysThe Mediterranean diet: cholesterol-reducing linkIn the United States, more than 12% of adults had elevated cholesterol levels in 2015-2016. Elevated cholesterol levels is a risk factor for developing heart disease, which is, unfortunately, the #1 killer of both men and women in this country.Naturally, many people are looking for ways to reduce their cholesterol levels to help protect their ticker from giving them trouble later on in life. And embracing the Mediterranean diet can do just that.The Mediterranean diet has been linked to health benefits since the 1960s. It was over half a century ago when researchers showed that people who live in the Mediterranean region experienced lower coronary heart disease mortality compared those who live in other areas of the world. Since then, a growing body of research has shown that following the Mediterranean dietary pattern can result in both a lower total cholesterol and LDL "bad" cholesterol level.The results of an American Journal of Medicine study, suggest that following a Mediterranean diet appears to be more effective than low-fat diets in reducing cardiovascular risk factors, including cholesterol levels.This diet continues to be a favorite in the medical community because of the tried-and-true outcomes that it offers. (For more: The Top 5 Science-Backed Health Benefits of Following the Mediterranean diet.)Some foods to focus on when trying to reduce cholesterolHolistically speaking, the Mediterranean diet appears to help keep cholesterol levels healthy; however, there are some specific foods that are standouts when it comes to protecting your heart health and following this dietary pattern.One of those foods is extra virgin olive oil. The Mediterranean diet is rich in "healthy" fats that come predominantly from olive oil and is extremely low in saturated and trans-fats. Olive oil is the main fat source consumed on this diet. And along with the healthy fats that it provides, it is also rich in antioxidants and is salt-free. The combination of these unique facts can play a big role in the heart-health benefit that it offers.Another Mediterranean diet food group that has been linked to lower cholesterol levels is whole grains. In a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, eating whole grains lowered LDL cholesterol more than eating refined grains—with the greatest benefit seen when people ate whole grain oats.Lastly, the diet's emphasis on nuts may also be a key way it helps lower cholesterol. The Mediterranean diet encourages consumption of nuts, and walnuts, in particular, can offer some benefit when it comes to cholesterol levels. Walnuts are a powerhouse when it comes to nutrition, thanks to the healthy fats, fiber, plant-based proteins, and antioxidants that they provide. In a meta-analysis and systemic review of 26 clinical trials published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers found that total and LDL cholesterol was significantly reduced when walnut-enriched diets were consumed vs. control diets.How to start the Mediterranean dietAs long as you get the green light from your personal health care provider, starting to follow the Mediterranean diet is simple to do with some small steps. And since small changes can lead to big results, it is best to choose a few principles at a time to adopt and then build on your new habits.Some steps you can take to get started include:swap out your processed meat for lean or very lean cuts of beef like flank steakchoose quinoa or farro instead of white rice or other refined grainscook with olive oil instead of refined oils or sources of saturated fatsturn off the TV when you are eating a mealhave fresh fruit for dessert instead of options that are made with added sugarsAdopting the Mediterranean diet may be the missing link you need to help keep your heart health in check. And since eating as-if you are vacationing off of the coast of the crystal-blue sea is no sacrifice, there is very little downside to eating this way in the long run too. Bon Appetit! For more ways to protect your heart and manage your cholesterol levels, be sure to read up on these Eating Habits to Avoid if You Don't Want High Cholesterol, Say Dietitians.For more healthy eating news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!
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