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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Stranger Things’ Teaser, ‘Dear White People’ Premiere Date, Hulu Sets Premiere Dates, ‘Wednesday Addams’ Casting and More!

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Netflix has released a new sneak peek teaser at the upcoming fourth season of Stranger Things. The video shows a mix of old and new footage from the series. The series will return to Netflix in 2022 with an exact premiere date to come at a later date. 

Dear White People’s fourth and final season has a release date set for September 22. The season will be a musical event which is “set against the backdrop of senior year at Winchester as well as a not-so-distant, post-pandemic future.” We also got a first look at a teaser for the season.

Hulu has set premiere dates for their new series Dopesick, and returning series Animaniacs and The Great. Dopesick premieres October 13. It focuses on America’s struggle with opioid addiction. Animated comedy series Animaniacs returns for the reboot’s second season November 5. Period dramedy The Great returns with its second season November 19. 

Hulu has also set dates for their food related series. Bakers Dozen, hosted by Tamera Mowry-Housley, premieres October 7 and sees 13 amateur bakers bake their way to the top. The Next Thing You Eat, a docuseries exploring the future of food, premieres October 21. Taste the Nation: Holiday Edition with Padma Lakshi returns for another season November 4. 

Luis Guzmán has joined the cast of Netflix’s Wednesday Addams series. The series is a live-action Addams Family series from Tim Burton, focusing on Wednesday Addams, played by Jenna Ortega. Guzmán will play Gomez Addams, her father. 

Young Sheldon has promoted Wyatt McClure to series regular for the upcoming fifth season. McClure has been recurring since season 1. The CBS series returns Thursday October 7. 

Amazon Prime Video has cancelled their freshman young adult drama series Panic. Based on a book of the same name, the series followed a group of kids in a small town in America where every year the graduating seniors compete in a competition they believe will be their ticket out of town. 

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

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