Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Tiger King’ Season 2, ‘The Orville’ Return Date, CBS Schedule Changes, New Network For ‘AEW: Dynamite’, ‘Claws’ Final Season Date, ‘United States of Al’ Trailer and More!

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Netflix has announced a followup season to the popular 2020 documentary series Tiger King. The series sparked a frenzy over the people surrounding the documentary. Tiger King season 2 will premiere this fall. 

The Orville’s long awaited third season finally has a premiere date. The hulu series will kick off March 10 and now goes by the name The Orville: New Horizons. The series originally aired on Fox for two seasons before moving to hulu.

CBS has made a few changes to the premiere dates for some of their Thursday comedy series. New series Ghosts and sophomore series B Positive were both originally scheduled to premiere October 7. Instead, Ghosts will now kick off October 7 with back to back episodes. B Positive will now air its season premiere a week later, October 14. 

AEW: Dynamite was announced to be making the move from TNT to sister network TBS earlier this year. The wrestling series’ move will officially take place January 5. Newer series AEW: Rampage will continue to air on TNT. 

TNT has set the premiere date for the upcoming fourth and final season of Claws. The new season kicks off December 26 and we now have a first look at the trailer. 

United States of Al returns for season 2 October 7. The trailer for the season premiere is out now. With the situation in Afghanistan changing, the series had to rework the premiere to reflect the ongoing situation.

HBO Max has ordered a three part DC documentary series from Greg Berlanti. The documentary will dive into the history of all things DC and allow fans to rediscover the universe of characters, as well as the iconic comic book company’s origins, its evolution and its nearly nine-decade cultural impact across every artistic medium. 

The upcoming third season of Derry Girls will be its final season. The series airs on Channel 4 in the UK and on Netflix in the US. 

TBS has renewed Full Frontal With Samantha Bee for season 7. The late night series will also be moving from Wednesdays to Thursdays. The weekly series covers all current topics of discussion in the news and the world. 

Lifetime has ordered three new unscripted series. Announced are plastic surgery transformation series My Killer Body with K. Michelle, new dating series Five Guys a Week and family docuseries Leave it to Geege, following a sassy southern mother. 

The first trailer for Disney+’s upcoming Halloween Muppets special is here! Muppets Haunted Mansion premieres October 8. 

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