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Your TV Source Roundup: Addison Returns to ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘Reservation Dogs’ Renewed, ‘Monsters at Work’ Renewed, ‘Rick and Morty’ Live Action Clip, ‘Dawson’s Creek’ Theme Song Returns and More!

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Kate Walsh is set to return to Grey’s Anatomy for its upcoming 18th season. Addison was last seen in season 8 of Grey’s Anatomy and will recur in multiple episodes. She previously starred in her own spinoff series Private Practice which saw Addison join a private practice in Los Angeles. The series wrapped in 2013. Grey’s Anatomy returns September 30 on ABC. 

Reservation Dogs has been renewed for season 2 by FX on hulu. The series follows a group of Indigenous teenagers in rural Okmulgee, Oklahoma, who steal, rob and save in order to get to the exotic, mysterious and faraway land of California. It will return in 2022. 

Disney+’s Monsters at Work has been renewed for season 2. Henry Winkler seems to have confirmed the renewal, replying to fans on his twitter account discussing it. The news comes just days after the series wrapped its first season. 

Rick and Morty’s upcoming two episode finale airs this Sunday. Adult Swim released a small teaser for the series featuring the series first live-action portrayal. Rick is seen portrayed by Christopher Lloyd, aka Doc Brown, with Jaeden Martell playing Morty.  

Netflix has announced that the original Dawson’s Creek theme song has returned to the episodes streaming on their service. To cut costs on the box set DVDs years ago, they removed the original song, Paula Cole’s “I Don’t Want to Wait”. The song is now again reunited with the series. 

Jamie Gray Hyder and Demore Barnes are exiting NBC’s Law & Order: SVU. Their final appearance as series regulars will be the season 23 premiere September 23.

HBO Max has handed out a pilot order for an hour long drama titled Dead Boy Detectives. The pilot is an adaptation of a comic from Neil Gaiman. The potential series would follow two guys who decided not to enter the afterlife in order to stay on earth and investigate crimes involving the supernatural.

Netflix’s live action One Piece series pilot episode title has been revealed to be called “Romance Dawn”. Netflix shared an image of the pilot script revealing the title graphic for the series also. The series is an adaption of the popular manga and anime series. 

Vanderpump Rules Season 9 premieres on Tuesday September 28. Bravo released a first look at the upcoming season. 

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

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