Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Tiger King 2’ Trailer, ‘B Positive’ Changes, ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation’ Trailer, ‘South Park’ Movie, ‘Black and Missing’ Docuseries Date, and More!

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The hit series Tiger King is back for a new series, Tiger King 2, premiering November 17 on Netflix. With Joe Exotic behind bars and Carole Baskin closing in on ownership of his disreputable zoo, the Emmy-nominated saga continues its twisted course with Tiger King 2 as newfound revelations emerge on the motivations, backstories, and secrets of America’s most notorious big cat owners. Old enemies and frenemies, including Jeff Lowe, Tim Stark, Allen Glover, and James Garretson return for another season of murder, mayhem, and madness. The trailer for the five episode new series is out now. 

CBS’s comedy series B Positive is about to go into their soft reboot, with the focus of the series going from a kidney transplant comedy series to one about the residents and workers at a retirement home. The first few episodes of the season set the stage but the next episode on October 28 will see the new premise in full gear, including a new opening title sequence. CBS offered a first look at the title featuring star Annaleigh Ashford singing and dancing. 

The second part of Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation series is set to premiere November 23. With Skeletor now wielding the Sword of Power, the weary heroes of Eternia must band together to fight back against the forces of evil in a thrilling and epic conclusion to the two part series. The trailer is out now.

As a part of their new deal with ViacomCBS, South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone will produce 14 South Park movies for Paramount+ and see the main series run through season 30 on Comedy Central. The first movie South Park: Post COVID will premiere November 25 on Paramount+ and see the gang try to get back to normal in a post COVID world. The next movie will debut in December with a date TBA. 

HBO’s new documentary series Black and Missing will focus on the Black and Missing Foundation and their role in helping to locate missing persons of color. The four part series follows sisters-in-law and Black and Missing Foundation founders Derrica and Natalie Wilson as they fight an uphill battle to bring awareness to the Black missing persons cases that are marginalized by law enforcement and national media. The series premieres November 23 with the first two episodes, followed by the final two November 24. 

Tisha Campbell & Tichina Arnold are set to return to co-host the 2021 Soul Train Awards and celebrate the ceremony’s 50th anniversary. The event will take place November 28 on BET and will highlight the best in soul, R&B, and hip hop from both established industry legends and the next generation of promising artists. 

E.R. Fightmaster will be recurring on the current season of Grey’s Anatomy. Introduced in an early episode, their character Dr. Kai Bartley, is a member of the Parkinson’s research team in Minnesota where Dr. Grey splits her time with Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. They are the series’ first nonbinary doctor. 

Amazon Prime Video’s The Wheel of Time has a new trailer out that utilizes YouTube’s 360 player and spatial audio surround sound. The trailer offers fans an immersive experience that allows them to view the traditional 2-D trailer in a virtual, three-dimensional “wheel”. The series premieres November 19. 

NBC’s upcoming Annie Live! special is set to air December 2. The musical event stars Harry Connick, Jr., Nicole Scherzinger, Tituss Burgess, Jane Krakowski, Taraji P. Henson and newcomer Celina Smith as Annie. 

The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles premieres on Paramount+ November 24 and will reunite original Los Angeles cast members Beth Anthony, Beth Stolarczyk, David Edwards, Glen Naessens, Irene Berrera-Kearns, Jon Brennan and Tami Roman in the same iconic Venice beach house from 1993. The trailer for the new season is out now.

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