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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘The Sinner’ Premiere Date and Trailer, ‘B Positive’ Shifts Premise, ‘Seinfeld’ Netflix Date, Jane Krakowski Joins ‘Annie Live!’, ‘Doom Patrol’ Trailer and More!

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Season 4 of USA Network’s mystery series The Sinner will premiere October 13. The new season picks up a year after the events of season 3 and finds Harry Ambrose in Maine and finds himself involved in another mystery which he helps investigate. 

Linda Lavin, David Anthony Higgins, and Darryl Stephens have been promoted to series regulars for the upcoming second season of B Positive. The CBS series will also see new recurring characters played by Hector Elizondo, Jane Seymour, Ben Vereen, Celia Weston, Jim Beaver , and Anna Maria Horsford. Additionally the premise of the series will shift to the assisted living facility that Annaleigh Ashford’s character works at. The first season focused on a dialysis treatment group. 

Seinfeld is set to debut on Netflix October 1. The entire 180 episode catalog was acquired for $500 million. The series previously streamed on hulu. 

Jane Krakowski has joined the cast of NBC’s upcoming Annie Live! Adaptation. She joins her former Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt costar Tituss Burgess along with Taraji P. Henson, Harry Connick Jr., Nicole Scherzinger and Celina Smith.

HBO Max has released the first full trailer for the upcoming third season of Doom Patrol. The first three episodes premiere September 23. 

The Circle Season 3 premieres on Netflix with the first four episodes of the season Wednesday September 8. The first trailer for the season is out now.

Netflix has renewed Unsolved Mysteries for season 3. The new season will premiere summer 2022. 

Singer Shawn Mendes has joined the upcoming TV adaptation of Life Is Strange as Executive Producer. Mendes will help oversee the music for the series. 

Top Chef alum Richard Blais has joined Fox’s upcoming cooking competition series Next Level Chef. The series from Gordon Ramsay brough on Blais to replace Gino D’Acampo who had to pull out as mentor on the series. In addition to Blais and Ramsay, Nyesha Arrington will also serve as mentor. 

Joel McHale appeared on the Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend podcast and gave some promising news on the potential Community movie. He said he thinks the pieces are coming together, giving fans of the NBC/Yahoo! Screen series hope their rally cry of “six seasons and a movie” will come true. 

Nickelodeon has renewed Side Hustle for season 2. The new season consisting of 20 episodes will kick off September 11. 

Turner Classic Movies has rebranded with a new logo  for the first time since the launch of the movie network. The name will remain the same and the network will continue offering classic cinema commercial-free. 

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

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