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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Tuca & Bertie’ Renewed, ‘Yellowstone’ Prequel Casting News, ‘Physical’ Renewed, ‘Jeopardy!’ Permanent Host, ‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ Teaser and More!

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Adult Swim has renewed Tuca & Bertie for Season 3. This comes after Netflix cancelled the series after one season, and then was picked up by Adult Swim. Starring Ali Wong and Tiffany Haddish, the second season is currently airing on Sundays.

Paramount+’s Yellowstone prequel series titled 1883 has set their leads. Sam Elliott,Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will star. Yellowstone has been a massive hit and more spinoff series are in the works. 

Physical has been renewed for a second season on Apple TV+. The series stars Rose Byrne as a woman in the 1980s and is a half hour dramedy. The first season finale airs this Friday.

Jeopardy! may be close to selecting their new permanent host to succeed the late Alex Trebek. Executive Producer Mike Richards is close to finalizing a deal to take over hosting duties full time. A formal announcement is expected in the coming days.

We have our first look at Impeachment: American Crime Story. FX released the first teaser for the new story, focusing on the Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton affair, premiering Tuesday September 7 at 10. 

Netflix is bulking up their cooking content on the streaming service. Baking Impossible, premiering October 6, will be hosted by Justin Willman and will feature bakers and engineers teaming up to make wild creations. School of Chocolate, also airing in the fall, will see bakers compete under the eye of chocolatier Amaury Guichon. Additionally Season 6 of Nailed It! will premiere September 15 and Bake Squad will debut August 11. 

Apple TV+ has cancelled Little Voice after one season. The songwriting drama starring Sara Bareilles is Apple TV+’s first cancellation. 

Discovery Channel has ordered two more seasons of BattleBots. The two seasons will consist of 80 hours of programming. The robot combat competition will film in Las Vegas.

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

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