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Part 1 of the fourth and final season of Netflix’s Ozark has been given a premiere date. The new season will premiere January 23. The second part of the final season will be released at a later point. 

We have our first look at the upcoming eighth season of The Flash. The new season will kick off with Armageddon, a five episode event on The CW November 16.

Hulu released the trailer for the upcoming second season of The Great. The new season will premiere November 19. 

The CW has acquired two new series, Italian series Leonardo, starring Aidan Turner, and Australian comedy Bump. Leonardo, also starring Freddie Highmore, James D’Arcy and more,  is an eight episode series which follows Leonardo da Vinci. Bump follows a seventeen year old and her pregnancy. No premiere dates were given at the time. 

Fox has set premiere dates for some of their midseason schedule. These include new series Next Level Chef and Pivoting, along with returning comedy Call Me Kat. Next Level Chef will premiere January 2. January 9 will see Call Me Kat premiere at 8, with Pivoting at 8:30. No timeslots were announced for the rest of the season rollouts. 

The CW has pulled Killer Camp from the schedule. The series will be replaced with repeats of Masters of Illusion beginning October 24. 

Eva Longoria is set as the lead in the TV adaptation of the novel The House of Spirits by Isabel Allende. The series follows three generations of women in the Trueba family. Longoria will portray Blanca Trueba. 

Pablo Schreiber has been cast in Hulu’s upcoming limited series Candy. He will star alongside Jessica Biel and Melanie Lynskey. 

Starz’s John Wick prequel series The Continental has cast Colin Woodell as a young Winston Scott. Additionally cast are Hubert Point-Du Jour, Jessica Allain, Mishel Prada, Nhung Kate and Ben Robson. Mel Gibson was previously cast on the series. 

Uma Thurman is set to star in Showtime’s upcoming new series Super Pumped. Thurman will portray Arianna Huffington. The anthology series also stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Kyle Chandler. 

Tubi will air Freak Brothers, an adult animated series. The ad-supported streamer’s new series is based on the classic underground comic The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers. The voice cast for the series include Woody Harrelson, John Goodman, Tiffany Haddish and Pete Davidson. It will premiere November 14. 

Comedy Central has set a one hour special from Roy Wood Jr. titled Roy Wood Jr.: Imperfect Messenger. The special was filmed at the Gothic Theater in Denver, Colorado and will premiere October 29. 

The new season of Fixer to Fabulous will premiere on HGTV November 16. Dave and Jenny Marrs will renovate 15 more homes in north Arkansas and help a local animal shelter with upgrades in a special holiday episode. 

Disney Junior has renewed Mickey Mouse Funhouse for season two. The first season premiered in August and sees an enchanted talking playhouse send Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy and Pluto on all sorts of adventures. 

Discovery+ has picked up the series Handmade: Good With Wood to stream on its service. The series airs on Channel 4 in the UK and is hosted by Great British Bake Off’s Mel Giedroyc. The series sees woodworkers compete to create different builds. 

Netflix released a new teaser for the upcoming live action series Cowboy Bebop. An official trailer will come next week. The series premieres November 19. 

Netflix’s newest animated series Dogs In Space will premiere November 18 on the streamer. The series takes place in a world where Earth is in danger. Desperate scientists send genetically enhanced dogs into space to find a new world to call home. 

Season two of Snoopy In Space is set to premiere on Apple TV+ November 12. Season two will see Snoopy and the gang journey across the universe to discover if there really is life outside of Earth. 

Amazon Prime Video’s new eight episode series Tampa Baes is set to premiere November 5. The reality series follows a young group of lesbian friends in Tampa Bay, an ever-growing gay hotspot on the Florida shoreline.

Storage Wars returns to A&E for a new season starting November 2. Ahead of the premiere, A&E will air two Welcome Back Barry special episodes October 26. 

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

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