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Your TV Source Roundup: Robin Givens Returns to ‘Head of the Class’ First Look, ‘The Shrink Next Door’ Premiere Date, ‘Squid Game’ Tops ‘Bridgerton’, ‘Tales Of The Walking Dead’ Ordered, ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation’ Return Date, Mark Harmon Exits ‘NCIS’ and More!

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We have our first look at HBO Max’s upcoming Head of the Class reboot series. Robin Givens returns to the series which originally aired on ABC from 1986 – 1991. The ten episode season will premiere November 4. 

Apple TV+’s new limited series The Shrink Next Door has been given a premiere date. The eight episode series starring Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Kathryn Hahn and Casey Wilson will premiere November 12. The first trailer is out now. 

Netflix’s Squid Game has become the most watched series launch at the streamer. The series’ 111 million views through the first 28 days of release has surpassed Bridgerton’s 82 million views. The South Korean series reached the top spot in 90 countries. 

AMC has ordered Tales Of The Walking Dead, an anthology spinoff series of The Walking Dead,  to series. Each episode of the series will be a standalone episode focusing on new characters and older characters that we’ve already met before. The six episode series will premiere in 2022. 

Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2 is set to premiere on Netflix November 23. The series from Kevin Smith is a sequel series to the 1980s Masters of the Universe cartoon series. 

After more than18 years, Mark Harmon has exited NCIS as a series regular. Harmon remains an executive producer on the long running series which spun off many other series like the recently launched NCIS: Hawai’i

FX has ordered The Bear to series set to premiere in 2022. The series stars Jeremy Allen White as a chef who comes home to take over the family restaurant in Chicago. 

G4 will be returning to linear TV November 16. Verizon FiOS, Cox, Xfinity TV and Philo will carry the returning network. G4 originally shut down in 2014 to make way for the Esquire Network which ended up taking over Style Network instead, but still shuttered. Series like Attack of the Show! and Xplay will be returning. 

Jim Gaffigan is set to record a new stand-up special for Netflix. Filming will take place this week and is expected to premiere before the end of the year. This will be Gaffigan’s sixth Netflix special. 

After delays to the start of the new season of The Wendy Williams Show, it was announced today that the show would still premiere October 18, but Wendy Williams will not be there. She is still suffering from medical complications. Guest hosts will fill in for the start of the season until she is able to return. 

The Adult Swim Festival will be back with another virtual event on YouTube, with some additional content on HBO Max. The event will take place November 12 and November 13. Series like Rick and Morty, Blade Runner: Black Lotus, Smiling Friends, Squidbillies, and Aqua Teen will have panels.

Melanie Lynskey has been cast in hulu’s upcoming limited series Candy. Jessica Biel also stars in the true story series about a woman who murders her friend with an ax.

Following the shocking events of the season eight finale, The Blacklist returns for season nine October 21. NBC released the first promo for the new season which sees the team separated.

Amazon Prime Video has released the first trailer for their upcoming new series Fairfax. The adult animated series will premiere October 29. 

Colin In Black And White, the limited series which follows Colin Kaepernick’s life growing up, is set to premiere on Netflix October 29. The six episode series has a new trailer out now.

Crunchyroll’s upcoming original series High Guardian Spice is set to premiere all twelve episodes October 26. They also released a new trailer for the series. 

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

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