CBS has renewed all their daytime shows, including The Price is Right and Let's Make a Deal.
The one tiny morsel of speculation bait is the one-year renewal for LMAD, as opposed to two years for TPiR. CBS helpfully points out that Drew draws a lot more viewers than Wayne. 4.84/5.51 million as opposed to 3.05/3.47 million, by the network's calculations.
Does the shorter leash on Let's Make a Deal mean anything? Probably not, because three million daytime viewers in today's gazillion channel universe are nothing to sneeze at, or to cancel over. But CBS execs may be signaling that they would like to see LMAD draw more TPiP-ish numbers.
The talent is all coming back. Drew and Wayne and showrunner Mike Richards will be pricing and dealing for a while longer. Now that I think about it, Mike's Divided will also be returning to GSN.