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Your TV Source Roundup: Gillian Anderson on ‘The Great’, ‘To All The Boys’ Spinoff, Adele TV Special, Corbin Bernsen Joins ‘L.A. Law’ Pilot, ‘Family Reunion’ Renewed For Final Season, ‘Y: The Last Man’ Canceled, and More!

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We have our first look at Gillian Anderson in season two of Hulu’s The Great. She is set to recur as Joanna, Catherine the Great’s mother. Season two is set to premiere November 19. 

Netflix ordered a ten episode To All The Boys spinoff YA series titled XO, Kitty starring Anna Cathcart. Teen matchmaker Kitty Song Covey thinks she knows everything there is to know about love. But when she moves halfway across the world to reunite with her long-distance boyfriend, she’ll soon realize that relationships are a lot more complicated when it’s your own heart on the line. 

A two hour special featuring Adele will air on CBS November 14. Adele One Night Only will lead up to the release of her newest album 30, out November 19. The special will feature performances of new songs off the album and past hits. Adele will also be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey to discuss the album and her life, including her weight loss, raising her son and her divorce. 

Corbin Bernsen will join the L.A. Law revival pilot, reprising his past role as Arnie Becker in the original series. The ABC pilot will see Bernsen join previously announced Blair Underwood reprising his past role from the original series. The remaining cast will likely consist of new characters, with other previous characters to appear in guest starring roles should the pilot get ordered to series. 

Netflix has renewed comedy series Family Reunion for a third and final season. The ten episode season will likely air in 2022. 

FX on Hulu has canceled Y: The Last Man after one season. Showrunner Eliza Clark is committed to finding a new home for the series. The series has been in development since 2015. The final episodes will roll out in the coming weeks. 

Luke Bryan is set to host the upcoming 55th Annual CMA Awards. The ceremony will take place November 10 on ABC live from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. 

Ina Garten, the longtime Food Network host, has signed a new multi year deal with Discovery Inc. across all platforms. Her first new series, Be My Guest, will air three ways. An hour-long extended cut on discovery+, half hour cut on Food Network linear and a companion podcast. Barefoot Contessa: Modern Comfort Food kicks off a new season on Food Network on Sunday, October 31.

Mel Gibson is set to lead The Continental, a Starz original series that serves as a prequel to Keanu Reeves’ John Wick movies. 

Roku has acquired a new series Children Ruin Everything to stream in the US. The series comes from Schitt’s Creek co-executive producer Kurt Smeaton. The acquisition will add to their lineup of original series they acquired after streamer Quibi shut down. 

The new season of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days kicks off December 12 on TLC and discovery+. The new season will see one familiar face return and all new couples. 

Travel Channel’s Destination Fear returns with all new episodes November 6. Paranormal explorers Dakota Laden, Chelsea Laden, Tanner Wiseman and Alex Schroeder will continue their tour de terror. The season will also stream on discovery+. 

Marvel’s Hit-Monkey premieres November 17 on Hulu. The official trailer is out now. 

Vice is set to return to Showtime November 14 for the second half of its season. New episodes will cover a range of topics, from an investigation into the disturbing number of deaths in the Black community living in Louisiana’s so called “Cancer Alley,” to the new revolution in Cuba.

Netflix’s upcoming new animated series Tear Along The Dotted Line, is an adaptation of Italy’s best-selling graphic novel from artist Zerocalcare. It is set to premiere on the streamer November 17. 

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

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