Term life insurance is temporary insurance for a specific number of years, usually from 10 to 30 years.
When your policy term ends, your coverage expires.
However, if you have renewable term insurance, your policy may be renewed for an additional term, usually up to 10 years, when the original policy ends.
But, your renewal premium will increase over the cost of the original term policy, based on your age at time of renewal.
Many term life policies offer renewability of the term coverage as a standard option, but ask your insurance agent or carrier if it is provided by the policy you wish to purchase to make sure.