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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘With Love’ Premiere Date, ‘LA Law’ Sequel Pilot Order, ‘House Of The Dragon’ and ‘The Game’ Teasers, ‘Peacemaker’ and ‘Succession’ Clips, YouTube Space Special ‘Get Curious with Vice President Harris’ and More!

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Romantic comedy series With Love is set to premiere December 17 on Amazon Prime Video. The one hour, five episode series is written and created by Gloria Calderón Kellett and follows the Diaz siblings who are on a mission to find love and purpose. 

ABC has given a pilot order to an LA Law sequel series starring Blair Underwood. The project has been in the works since last year. The focus of the new series would be on a new group of lawyers, but characters from the original series will likely show up if it gets ordered to series. The original series ran for eight seasons on NBC. 

The Game of Thrones prequel series House Of The Dragon is coming in 2022. Today we have our first look at a teaser for the series. The series will show the downfall of House Targaryen and the beginnings of the Targaryen civil war, aka Dance of the Dragons. 

Paramount+ has revealed a new trailer for the upcoming reboot of The Game. the new take on the series will see the team tackle racism, sexism, classism and more as they fight for fame, fortune, respect and love — all while trying to maintain their souls as they each play “The Game”. The series premieres November 11.

HBO Max has revealed the first teaser for the upcoming series Peacemaker. The series is a spinoff of the recent film The Suicide Squad. John Cena is back, reprising his role in the film. The series will premiere January 2022. 

Succession returns for season three October 17 and today we got another first look at the new season with a new clip.

Vice President Kamala Harris kicks off World Space Week with a new YouTube Originals Special Get Curious with Vice President Harris. The special will encourage children to “get curious” about space. A group of lucky kidsmeet Vice President Kamala Harris, go on a scavenger hunt with clues delivered by NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough from the International Space Station, and get unprecedented exclusive access to the United States Naval Observatory. It will air October 7. 

Last year hulu announced they were developing a limited true-crime drama series called Candy. Today they ordered it to series starring Jessica Biel, after Elisabeth Moss had to drop out due to scheduling issues. Biel will play Candy Montgomery, a Texas woman who killed her church friend with an ax. 

B Positive returns for season two October 21 with one character being recast. The role of Adriana, which was played by Rosa Salazar in season one, will be played by Michelle Ortiz in season 2. The series itself will also go through a change in premise as the kidney transplant storyline in season one has been resolved. 

HBO Max and Cartoon Network have picked up Dodo. The series was ordered by Sky Kids in the UK and follows a young teen boy who always finds himself in embarrassing situations, like losing his pants or texting the wrong person. The 20 episode season will air next year. 

Homestead Rescue returns October 17 on Discovery. This season, expert survivalist and craftsman, Marty Raney, alongside daughter Misty and son Matt, face epic challenges and inhospitable wilderness like they’ve never faced before.

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

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