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Your TV Source Roundup: Charmed actress departs, CNN+ streaming service, All American Season Finale, WWE’s John Cena returns, WWE TikTok contest, trailers for Heels and Family Reunion and more!

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Madeleine Mantock announced she will be leaving the CW’s ‘Charmed’ at the end of Season three. The season finale airs this week, Friday July 23. Charmed will return midseason in 2022 on the CW. 

CNN announced they will be launching CNN+, a new subscription service. It will feature 8-12 hours of live content “offering topical deep dives and lifestyle content from some of CNN’s most prominent talent, as well as several new faces.” CNN programming like ‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’ and ‘Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy’ will be a part of the service’s library along with new CNN+ original unscripted programming. It will launch in early 2022.

All American airs its season finale tonight on the CW. Billy learns Spencer has been keeping a secret. Jordan and Asher get unexpected news. Coop becomes disappointed as she heads out on tour and Layla worries about a friend. The series returns to the CW October 25 for Season 4.

After making his return at WWE’s Money in the Bank, John Cena will continue to make appearances on WWE Raw and WWE SmackDown. Cena’s last appearance was at 2020’s WrestleMania 36.

WWE is searching for ring announcers on TikTok for SummerSlam next month. Using the hashtag #WWEAnnouncerContest, TikTok creators can submit their audition. Two users will be selected and will each announce a match. The event will stream exclusively on Peacock, August 21.

The official trailer for Starz’s ‘Heels’ is here. The series stars Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig who are brothers that compete in a family owned wrestling promotion. The series premieres Sunday, August 15 at 9.

‘Family Reunion’ will be back with Part 4 Thursday August 26. Netflix released a trailer for the new episodes.

Michael Phelps will join NBC’s Olympics coverage as a primetime correspondent. Phelps will cover various swimming competitions during the games. With 23 gold metals out of 28 total medals, he should be a welcomed addition to the swimming portions of the Tokyo games.

Lee Arvoy
Lee Arvoy joined the TV Source team in the summer of 2020 as a TV Writer.

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