ABC makes early renewals on Thursday for shows including “Once Upon a Time,” “Quantico,” “The Goldbergs” and many more. In total, ABC has so far given a go to 15 shows.

ABC officially renewed a series of its programming for 2016-2017. This is an unusual move for the entertainment network, as ABC is known for leaving out early renewals, says Los Angeles Times.

Channing Dungey, the new president of ABC, is throbbing up things and holding them steady as well. The announcement is made just two weeks after Dungey replaced former president Paul Lee.

“Once Upon a Time” executive producer Adam Horowitz expressed his thoughts on Twitter. He wrote the he’s thrilled on hearing the announcement and thanked ABC.

The series revolves around fairy tales and also integrates other Disney properties. However, it is unknown whether there will be new characters on the sixth season of the show. The series will be airing its 100th episode on March 6.

“The Goldbergs” series creator Adam Goldberg gave a confirmation for the fourth season on Twitter. He said that there is an upcoming fourth season full of “smothering, yelling, ’80s toys, Star Wars references, tightie whities and the Big Tasty run.” The series is based on the Adam’s own uncontrollable family.

The network filled the list of renewals with “Dancing with the Stars,” Marvel’s “Agents of Shield,” “Shark Tank,” “Quantico,” “America’s Funniest Videos” and “The Bachelor,” says TV Guide.

Freshman drama “Quantico” was renewed for a second season. The pickup was generated at the mid-season premiere of the show.

“It goes where you don’t expect,” says “Quantico” executive producer Joshua Safran.

“There are some pretty big things that are about to happen.”

Other newcomer shows like “The Muppets,” “Dr. Ken,” “The Real O’Neals and “The Family” are awaiting their reprisals along with the veteran series “Castle.”