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Disney+’s Hawkeye is set to premiere November 24. The Marvel series will kick off with two episodes which will run through December 22. The streamer also revealed a new promo for the series which gives a first glimpse at Linda Cardellini’s character from the films, Laura Barton.

Paramount+’s Mayor of Kingstown is set to premiere November 14. The 10 episode season will follow the McLusky family, power brokers in Kingstown, Mich., where the business of incarceration is the only thriving industry. Tackling themes of systemic racism, corruption and inequality, the series provides a stark look at their attempt to bring order and justice to a town that has neither. The trailer is out now. 

Amazon Prime Video has renewed Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan for season four ahead of season three which has yet to get a premiere date. Joining the series in season four will be Michael Peña in a yet to be announced role. Season three will likely arrive in 2022. 

Food Network’s first scripted film Candy Coated Christmas is set to premiere on discovery+ November 19. The film follows a Beverly Hills marketing executive whose carefully planned life takes an unexpected turn when she takes a business trip to the picturesque town of Peppermint Hollow. It stars Food Network’s own Ree Drummond who will also host a behind the scenes special ahead of the film’s premiere titled Candy Coated Christmas: Behind the Scenes with Ree Drummond November 1 on discovery+.

Starz has renewed Blindspotting for season two. The series is a spinoff of the film of the same name created by and starring Rafael Casal and Daveed Diggs.

Discovery+ has ordered a six episode series titled Conjuring Kesha starring pop star Kesha and some of her famous friends. The series follows Kesha as she checks off her creepy bucket list by delving deeper into the unknown with celebrity guests and experts in the supernatural. And at the heart of it all, it is her curiosity that drives the show forward as she and her friends travel to mind-blowing locations in the search for all things unexplainable. It will air in 2022. 

USA Network has renewed Miz & Mrs for season 3. The WWE reality series will return for ten episodes in 2022.

Rick Cosnett is set to appear in season 8 of The Flash. Cosnett was a series regular in the first season of The CW series. No word on who he is playing or how his appearance will be explained as his character died in the first season finale. 

Discovery+ has ordered a six episode docuseries called Kendra Sells Hollywood starring Kendra Wilkinson. The series will begin streaming November 17. The series follows the model and best-selling author as she embarks upon a new career with Douglas Elliman, one of the most successful and competitive real estate firms in Los Angeles. With no prior industry experience, Kendra spent more than a year studying late nights to pass her real estate exam and secure a license. She will rely on her signature humor, resilience and unwavering work ethic to learn the ropes and land her first sale. From the sprawling mansions of Beverly Hills to the beach bungalows of Venice, Kendra will take Tinseltown by storm to prove that she has the mettle to make it in real estate. 

ABC News announced the creation of George Stephanopoulos Productions from news anchor George Stephanopoulos. The first two projects will stream on hulu. Out of the Shadows: The Man Behind The Steele Dossier will premiere October 18. The Informant: Fear and Faith in the Heartland will stream November 1. 

Animal Planet’s new series Born Mucky premieres October 16. The series follows the lives of three farmers and their families as they work to protect their land, livestock, and legacy across the seasons.

Science Channel’s If We Built It Today and Strange Evidence are both back for new seasons. If We Built It Today airs Wednesdays at 9. Strange Evidence airs Thursdays at 9 beginning October 14. 

Padma Lakshmi’s Taste the Nation: Holiday Edition is set to premiere on hulu November 4. The 4 episode season will highlight unique traditions through the lens of a different immigrant culture and city, like Korean New Year in Los Angeles and Cuban Christmas in Miami.

Carole Baskin is set to star in a two episode docuseries for discovery+ titled Carole Baskin’s Cage Fight. Premiering November 13, the series follows Baskin and her husband Howard, along with their team, as they get their hands dirty and investigate the treatment of big cats, often coming into direct confrontations with dangerous operators. 

Apple TV+’s basketball drama Swagger will premiere October 29. The series is inspired by Kevin Durant’s experiences playing youth basketball. The trailer for the series is out now.

Disney+ has a new series of shorts coming out November 12 titled Olaf Presents. Each short will see Olaf bring classic Disney Animation stories to life by reenacting moments from The Little Mermaid, Moana, The Lion King, Aladdin and Tangled.

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

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