Here’s a quick rundown of what’s on the cards, with the most important news in bold.
The Irish series is still a possibility, but it could not be confirmed at the time of writing.
Sources have told us it is unlikely to return at the end of the year, with an early 2019 renewal the most likely outcome.
The series is also still being discussed, with a possible return in 2019.
However, it is likely to be a reboot.
We don’t know how long the series will be on the air, although a recent report indicated that the show was unlikely to be coming back at all in the future.
The show will not be returning for a third series, but if the BBC can’t find a way to get a fourth or fifth series off the ground then there will be no point returning.
The only other Irish series on BBC One is the upcoming drama Dara.
Sources say the BBC would be willing to bring back the Irish series, though it may not be in the same order as the others.
A third series is the most logical option, but the show has not been given the green light.
It could also be put on the road for a spinoff.
The programme is not currently being shopped for series, although BBC bosses have said they have not ruled out a spin-off.
The final two seasons of the show are currently in production, with no set dates.
The BBC is also currently working on a new TV series, which is being filmed in the US. 10.
There are also rumours that a fourth series of the series may be in place.
The latest rumours point to a spin off show to be called The Irish Story, with another new series in the pipeline.
However BBC bosses are also understood to be considering a new series of a show that has been dormant for years, which will focus on the Irish history of the country.
However this remains unconfirmed.
Sources said it was not the case that any new series was being planned, although some of the current series may get a new look.
We have contacted the BBC for comment and will update this story if we receive a response.