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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘The Witcher’ Trailer, ‘Servant’ Premiere Date, Jenna Dewan’s Lucy Lane Returns, ‘The Real Housewives of Miami’ Revived, Lindsey Morgan to Exit ‘Walker’, ‘Love Joy’ Trailer, and More!

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Netflix released the trailer for the much anticipated second season of The Witcher. Season two is set to premiere on the streamer December 17.

The third season of Apple TV+’s Servant has been given a premiere date. The ten episode new season will kick off January 21. The trailer for the season is out now. 

Jenna Dewan is returning to her role of Lucy Lane which she portrayed in the first season of Supergirl when it aired on CBS. This time, she will be reprising the role on The CW’s Superman & Lois. 

The Real Housewives of Miami are returning after eight years off the air. This time the series will air on Peacock. Season four will air this December. Returning Housewives are Alexia Echevarria, Lisa Hochstein and Larsa Pippen. Joining the cast this season are Guerdy Abraira, Julia Lemigova and Dr. Nicole Martin. Julia Lemigova will be the first LGBTQIA+ housewife. 

Lindsey Morgan is set to exit The CW’s Walker this season. The new season recently kicked off with her character undercover on a case. The door will be open for her to return down the line as a guest star. Personal reasons were cited for her departure. 

Peacock’s upcoming comedy special starring Joyelle Nicole Johnson is set to premiere November 5. Love Joy was filmed on her 40th birthday at The Bell House in Brooklyn, New York. The special will address relationship issues from the familial to the familiar and Johnson states her case for why everyone needs to Get. Therapy. 

Hulu is set to air a four part documentary Being Blago about former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich who was convicted of trying to sell a Senate seat once filled by Barack Obama. The series airing November 5 will feature more than 20 years and 100+ hours of archival footage and four months of exclusive access to Blagojevich’s day-to-day life after being released from prison.

The trailer for the third season of Undercover which streams on Netflix is out now.

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

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