The network also set a premiere date for its new show from the folks behind Once Upon a Time.
The award-winning drama isn't going anywhere just yet.
Mark your calendars!
Also inside: Dates for six series' upcoming holiday episodes.
Despite a brilliant cliffhanger in "And Life Begins Right Away," Daphne’s 180-degree turn in Season 3 makes it difficult to muster up excitement for what’s to come.
Switched at Birth wraps its third season on Monday, August 18.
Plus: The Strain gets off to a strong start, Spike TV wants another miniseries, and Person of Interest adds a sexy lady.
We've also got premiere dates for Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth's new show, as well as two more series debuts.
Plus: Netflix is catching up to HBO, MTV orders more comedy, and Homeland's showrunner responds to "the twist."
Plus: A Nashville alum is headed to Orphan Black, Glee's ratings rise for Finn Hudson's farewell, and Meg Ryan is returning to TV.
Plus: Starz is re-airing Spartacus in its entirety, a Breaking Bad alum is heading to ABC Family, and MTV has renewed The Challenge.
All three series are set to return with new episodes in January 2014.
Plus: Ray Donovan breaks Showtime records, NBC calls on a higher power, and Jayma Mays settles into CBS.
FX leads the pack with seven nominations; Orphan Black, Louie, Game of Thrones feel the love, too.
Plus: Minka Kelly goes for science-fiction, ABC Family sets a Season 4 premiere date for Pretty Little Liars, and more.
Plus: More episodes and more scripts for more shows, Adam Baldwin finds a new job, and Louis C.K. will host Saturday Night Live.
The network has also renewed Baby Daddy and Melissa & Joey.
We'll continue to update this story as more renewals and cancellations announced, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back often for updates.