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Your TV Source Roundup: Chrishell Stause memoir, Rebel may get a second chance, iCarly renewed, AEW Rampage trailer, Meghan Markle family series at Netflix and more!

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Chrishell Stause’s new memoir titled Under Construction: Because Living My Best Life Took a Little Work comes out February 8, 2022. The Selling Sunset star and All My Children alum “shares her story of living an unconventional childhood in small town Kentucky marked by periods of homelessness, family addiction struggles, and dreams of one day being on a daytime soap, all while managing the local Dairy Queen. Through resilience and grit, she overcame obstacles and pushed past every barrier in her path to become one of the most envied luxury realtors in Los Angeles and buzzworthy cast members in reality TV. “ Preorder available now at Barnes & Noble, Amazon and more.

After being cancelled by ABC, ‘Rebel’ may get a second chance on IMDb TV. Similar to the deal Sony worked out with ‘For Life’ at IMDb TV, ‘Rebel’ will get a test run on the Amazon streaming service. If the show does well enough, IMDb TV could greenlight a potential second season.  

‘iCarly’ has been renewed for Season 2 at Paramount+. The revival series has been successful for the streaming service and the renewal doesn’t come as a surprise. The season currently airs on Thursdays on Paramount+.

We get our first look at ‘AEW Rampage’ with the first trailer. The series premieres on TNT Friday, August 13 at 10.

Meghan Markle is teaming up with Netflix for an animated series called ‘Pearl’. It will be a family series that centers on the adventures of a 12-year-old girl who finds inspiration in a variety of influential women throughout history. The series is a part of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s deal with Netflix which will see them create scripted series, docuseries, children’s programming and more. 

TBS has renewed the ‘Go-Big Show’ for Season 2. The extreme competition series will also see DJ Khaled join as a judge for the second season joining Rosario Dawson, Jennifer Nettles and Cody Rhodes. Snoop Dogg will not return as a judge. 

NBC is no longer moving forward with the planned Law & Order spinoff ‘Law & Order: For The Defense’. NBC has instead decided to develop a different type of spinoff series in the same universe. ‘The Blacklist’ will take the spinoff’s planned Thursday 8:00 time slot in October. 

Lifetime’s TV Movie ‘Harry & Meghan: Escaping the Palace’ will premiere Monday September 6 at 8. The film will cover what drove the couple away from the palace and their decision to make a future for themselves and their son Archie. It will also highlight Meghan’s growing isolation and sadness with the family, and Harry’s fear that history would repeat itself and he would not be able to protect his wife and son from the same forces that may have contributed to his mother’s untimely death. The film will examine the dynamics between Will and Harry, Kate and Meghan, and Harry with Will and Charles, that lead to the ultimate break from the royal ties.
Lee Arvoy
Lee Arvoy joined the TV Source team in the summer of 2020 as a TV Writer.

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