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Your TV Source Roundup: NBC’s Ordinary Joe trailer, AJ McLean to appear on Days of Our Lives, The Harper House trailer, VH1 rebooting The Surreal Life, First look at CSI: Vegas and more!

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NBC’s new fall drama series Ordinary Joe premieres Monday September 20 at 10. The series follows three “sliding doors” lives of the same man. In one life he works in a hospital. In another he becomes a rock star. In the third, he becomes a cop. The first trailer is out now!–0ZvGEww

Backstreet Boys’ AJ McLean will appear on Days of Our Lives. On Instagram he wrote, “There is a certain daytime TV show that my grandmother and I used to watch growing up. I’ll drop a couple of hints – Bo, Hope, Patch. Ring a bell?” 

Paramount+ released the full trailer for The Harper House. The Harper House follows an overconfident female head of a household, as she struggles to regain a higher status for herself and for her family of misfits, after losing her job and moving from the rich side to the poor side of an Arkansas small town. To save money, they’ve moved into their inherited Victorian fixer-upper, the historic Harper House. The series premieres September 16.

VH1 announced they are rebooting The Surreal Life. The new season will feature Stormy Daniels, Dennis Rodman, August Alsina, Tamar Braxton, Frankie Muniz, Kim Coles, CJ Perry and Manny Mua as they live together and compete in challenges.

CBS released a first look at the upcoming new series, CSI: Vegas. The reboot/sequel series to CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will feature returning stars William Petersen, Jorja Fox and Wallace Langham. CSI: Vegas premieres October 6 at 10. 

HBO’s The Last of Us TV adaptation has cast Anna Torv. She will appear in a recurring role as Tess, a smuggler and hardened survivor in a post-pandemic world. Torv’s previous credits include Fringe and Mindhunter.

Coroner Season 3 premieres on the CW Thursday August 19. The first trailer for the new season is out now.
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