The CW’s Kung Fu returns for season two March 9. Nicky is reunited with her cousin who might be her biggest threat yet. Check out the trailer for the new season.
Space Force returns for season two on Netflix February 18. The new season picks up with General Naird and his underdog team having to prove their worth to a new administration while dealing with interpersonal challenges. Will the group come together or fall apart under the pressure? The seven episode season stars Steve Carell, John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Tawny Newsome, Diana Silvers, Jimmy O. Yang and Don Lake.
Docuseries RACE: Bubba Wallace will premiere on Netflix February 22. Both the personal and professional tracks of race car driver Bubba Wallace’s life are chronicled in this new docuseries. With exclusive access to Wallace during the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, his first with Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin’s 23XI Racing, the six-episode series traces his rise to the elite ranks of NASCAR as the only full-time Black driver and the turbulent aftermath that followed his decision to speak out about racial injustice.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe returns for its second season on March 3. The computer animated reimagining of the classic series airs on Netflix and premiered in September 2021.
The second season of Rebelde will arrive this year along with the entry of Okane, a new student played by the Mexican musician, singer and producer Saak, who will set the EWS on fire. The Netflix series premiered its first season January 5.
Showtime has canceled half hour series Black Monday and Work in Progress. Black Monday ran for three seasons while Work In Progress ran for two.
CBS has announced the cast of their upcoming new season of Celebrity Big Brother. Todd Bridges, Todrick Hall, Chris Kattan, Chris Kirkpatrick, Carson Kressley, Teddi Mellencamp, Shanna Moakler, Mirai Nagasu, Miesha Tate, and Lamar Odom will all be competing. Hosted by Julie Chen Moonves, the season premieres February 2 and the finale will air February 23.
Season three of Netflix’s Who Killed Sara? is set to premiere on the streamer June 1. Just when we thought we knew who planned to have Sara killed, everything changed during the final scene of the second season when Nicandro mentions that it was not Marifer but “us” who killed her. Who is behind the truth? Who really killed Sara?
Peacock has ordered Dead Day from Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson based on the comic by Ryan Parrott. The series follows an ensemble of characters as they navigate the annual “dead day,” when for one night the dead come back to complete unfinished business — be that to celebrate a night back on earth or to torment the living.
Ming-Na Wen is set to guest star in an upcoming episode of CBS’s Young Sheldon. Wen will play the role of the director of experimental cosmology at East Texas Tech University who crosses paths with Sheldon.
Following the departures of William Petersen and Jorja Fox from CSI: Vegas, Mel Rodriguez is also departing the revival series. The ten episode first season ran on CBS in the fall.
Netflix has set the premiere date for Pálpito on Paril 6. In this Colombian production, Simon’s wife is murdered in order to extract her heart and transplant it to Camila, the wife of a wealthy man. In search of revenge, Simon immerses himself in the dangerous world of organ trafficking. In his frantic search, destiny will make him fall in love with Camila, the woman who survived thanks to his murdered wife’s heart. The ultimate climax will be reached when they both discover the truth.
Fox is set to air the iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 22. The show will air live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Narrated by Tonya Pinkins, The Hunt for the Chicago Strangler showcases Chicago in crisis and seeks justice for at least 51 murdered, mostly Black, women. The series remembers the women whose lives were taken and explores the close-knit communities that have been victimized by fear and loss, showcasing the devastating emotional toll that these unsolved crimes have taken as they continue to demand answers. It will premiere on Investigation Discovery February 26.
Stephanie Ruhle is set to fill MSNBC’s 11PM time slot previously filled by Brian Williams. Her current 9AM time slot will be filled by an expanded fourth hour of Morning Joe.
Netflix’s The Fame Game will premiere February 25. The series formerly known as “Finding Anamika” brings viewers into the world of superstar Anamika played by the evergreen, ever-gorgeous Madhuri Dixit Nene. Bollywood icon Anamika Anand has it all but is her life perfect or a perfectly crafted facade? In a world of glitz, glamour and fame – the lines of what is real and what is not can often be blurred.
FYI is bringing diversity and inclusion to the forefront of automotive storytelling with a new multiplatform limited series, United We Drive. Hosted by NASCAR Cup Series driver, Daniel Suárez, United We Drive explores the stories of genuine friendships between people from different walks of life forged over a shared love of classic cars. It will premiere February 3.
CNN+ will premiere Land of the Giants: Titans of Tech, a new CNN Original Series produced by Vox Media Studios, about the biggest and most important technology companies of our time. The new series will debut exclusively on CNN+ when the streaming service debuts in spring 2022.
Comedy Central’s new animated series Fairview is set to premiere February 9, out of South Park. The series comes from Stephen Colbert and the first season will consist of eight episodes.
Love never hurt so good for two co-workers who enter a contractual relationship as partners in consensual play, pleasure and pain. Netflix’s Love and Leashes premieres February 11.
Framed! A Sicilian Murder Mystery premieres on Netflix January 27. After two hapless TV technicians stumble upon a murder scene, every step they take to avoid becoming suspects lands them in deeper trouble.
True crime anthology series Rich & Shameless will premiere on TNT this summer. The network is offering a sneak peak at the series by airing the episode titled “Pam & Tommy: The Tape That Changed America” February 19.