Your TV Source Roundup: Full Seasons For ABC’s ‘The Wonder Years’ & ‘Home Economics’, ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Trailer, ‘Succession’ Renewed, ‘Happy Valley’ Returning, and More!

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ABC has handed out full season orders to The Wonder Years and Home Economics. Both series will consist of 22 episodes this season. The Wonder Years is in its first season and is a revival of the 1988 series of the same name which in this version follows a black family. Home Economics is in its second season after a midseason launch last season. It follows three sibling who are each in different economic standings, but their family bond constantly brings them together. 

Netflix’s upcoming live action Cowboy Bebop is set to premiere on the streamer November 19. The first trailer with footage from the series is out now. 

Succession has been renewed for season four. The Emmy favorite HBO hit series’ renewal comes just two episodes into the series’ current third season. The current season’s ratings are up, so the renewal was expected. No word on if the fourth season could be the series final season. 

BBC drama series Happy Valley has been renewed for a third and final season. The first two seasons aired on Netflix, but the upcoming season will be airing on AMC as they boarded the series as a co producer. It will air in 2022. 

Showtime’s Joan Rivers series starring Kathryn Hahn is not moving forward. The producers behind the series never secured the life rights to Joan Rivers from her daughter Melissa Rivers. 

The CW and TBS will simulcast this year’s airing of The Critics Choice Awards. The award show will take place January 9 and will hand out awards for both film and television. 

Sarah Rafferty will continue to make appearances on Chicago Med this season in a recurring role. Her first appearance as surgeon Dr. Pamela Blake was on October 20. 

Canada’s Got Talent is returning for a new season following a long break between seasons. The first season aired in 2012. Howie Mandel and Lilly Singh have been announced as judges, with further announcements to come. 

TLC’s new series Addicted to Marriage is set to premiere November 16. The series follows four women, Monette, Shae, Amy, and Kecia, who collectively have been down the aisle a total of 20 times. Each of them love to get married, and are ready to say “I do” again, but are the men in their lives ready? 

HGTV has ordered a new series Build It Forward in collaboration with Lowe’s. The series will highlight Lowe’s 100 Hometowns initiative, which completed 100 impact projects in communities across the country in recognition of the company’s centennial this year. It will highlight community members across the country who nominated their communities for these impact projects and were selected for a surprise home renovation of their dreams from HGTV. The five episode series will be hosted by Matt Blashaw and Taniya Nayak and will premiere in 2022. 

Paris Hilton’s upcoming thirteen episode docuseries on Peacock is set to premiere November 11. The series follows Paris HIlton as she prepares to get married to her fiance Carter Milliken Reum. Her mother Kathy Hilton is also set to appear. The trailer for the series is out now.

Apple TV+’s new docuseries The Line is set to premiere November 19. All four episodes of the series will be released on that date. The series examines the unprecedented 2018 case in which a U.S. Navy SEAL platoon accused its chief, Eddie Gallagher, of war crimes. It will include exclusive interviews with Gallagher, his wife Andrea, members of SEAL Team 7 and more. 

Season two of Alex Rider returns on IMDb TV December 3. The trailer for the new season is out now.

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