Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Star Trek’ Premiere Dates and Renewals, New ‘Grammys’ Date, ‘Tournament of Champions III’ Date, ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ Adds Cast, ‘Moon Knight’ Trailer, ‘Raising Dion’ Trailer, and More!

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Paramount+ has announced premiere dates and additional season orders for Star Trek universe series. Star Trek: Discovery has been renewed for a fifth season. The current fourth season resumes with new episodes beginning February 10. Season two of Star Trek: Picard premieres March 3. Star Trek: Strange New Worlds premieres May 5 and has been renewed for a second season. Animated Star Trek: Lower Decks has been renewed for season four ahead of its season three premiere this summer. Animated kids series Star Trek: Prodigy midseason finale airs February 3 and will return for the second half of the season later this year. 

The 64th Annual Grammy Awards have been rescheduled for April 3 on CBS. Trevor Noah will host the event airing live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. 

Food Network’s Tournament of Champions will return with Tournament of Champions III, premiering February 27. This year, the toughest bracket-style tournament is supersized with two-hour long episodes and 32 of the country’s most talented chefs going head-to-head to win the largest prize in the tournament’s history. The skills and abilities of the best chefs from the East and West coasts will be pushed to the limit, as Guy Fieri spins the dreaded 5-wheeled randomizer that determines each cook-off: the protein, produce, equipment, cooking style, and time. Hunter Fieri will report from back stage while Simon Majumdar and Justin Warner deliver real-time play-by-play as all the action unfolds in front of a live audience. Judges include Scott Conant, Cat Cora, Dominique Crenn, Giada De Laurentiis, Traci Des Jardins, Rocco DiSpirito, Lorena Garcia, Alex Guarnaschelli, Mashaharu Morimoto, Eric Ripert, Nancy Silverton, Ming Tsai, and Jonathan Waxman.

The Tournament of Champions III chefs representing the East Coast are: Eric Adjepong, Einat Admony, Karen Akunowicz, Kelsey Barnard Clark, defending champion and Tournament of Champions II winner Maneet Chauhan, Madison Cowan, Tobias Dorzon, Tiffani Faison, Darnell Ferguson, Amanda Freitag, Richard Hales, Christian Petroni, Michael Psilakis, Aarthi Sampath, Justin Sutherland, and Bryan Voltaggio. The chefs showing off their chops from the West Coast are: Carlos Anthony, Shirley Chung, Chris Cosentino, Tiffany Derry, Elizabeth Falkner, Phillip Frankland Lee, Timothy Hollingsworth, Antonia Lofaso, Crista Luedtke, Brian Malarkey, Aaron May, Joe Sasto, Jet Tila, Marcel Vigneron, Michael Voltaggio, and season one winner Brooke Williamson. 

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series has added Adrian Lyles and Saylor Bell as series regulars for the upcoming third season. Also announced for the new season are Corbin Bleu, Meg Donnelly and Jason Earles who will appear as guest stars. The new season will also see the cast performing songs from Frozen, Camp Rock, and High School Musical. 

Disney+’s next upcoming Marvel series Moon Knight is set to premiere March 30. The series follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee, who becomes plagued with blackouts and memories of another life. Steven discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector. As Steven/Marc’s enemies converge upon them, they must navigate their complex identities while thrust into a deadly mystery among the powerful gods of Egypt. 

Season two of Raising Dion premieres on Netflix February 1. The new season follows Dion as he continues honing his powers with the support of his mom and Tevin, his Biona trainer who catches Nicole’s eye. After befriending new student Brayden – a fellow powered kid – a series of alarming events unfold, and Dion learns that danger is still looming. Navigating twists, turns, and surprise visitors, Dion and Nicole must prevail again — not just to save themselves, but the entire city of Atlanta. 

The Cuphead Show! the animated series based on the video game of the same name, is set to premiere on Netflix February 18. The twelve episode season follows the unique misadventures of loveable, impulsive scamp Cuphead and his cautious but easily swayed brother Mugman. 

The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse kicks off its second season February 18. The new season will consist of four episodes, spread out over the four seasons. The first episode will feature Winter and will be titled The Wonderful Winter of Mickey Mouse. 

Showtime released a teaser for their upcoming series The Man Who Fell to Earth. An alien who arrives on Earth at a turning point in human evolution and must confront his own past to determine our future. The series starring Chiwetel Ejiofor will premiere this spring. 

Animated anthology series The Boys Presents: Diabolical will premiere on Prime Video March 4. The fun-size episodes, running 12-14 minutes and each with its own animation style, will reveal unseen stories within The Boys universe, brought to life by some of the most creative and bloody brilliant minds in entertainment today, including Awkwafina, Garth Ennis, Eliot Glazer and Ilana Glazer, Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, Simon Racioppa, Justin Roiland and Ben Bayouth, Andy Samberg, and Aisha Tyler. 

Vikings prequel series Vikings: Valhalla is set to premiere February 25. Set over a thousand years ago in the early 11th century, the series chronicles the heroic adventures of some of the most famous Vikings who ever lived – the legendary explorer Leif Eriksson, his fiery and headstrong sister Freydis Eriksdotter, and the ambitious Nordic prince Harald Sigurdsson 

Apple TV+’s workplace thriller Severance premieres February 18. The series follows a team at Lumon Industries, whose employees have undergone a severance procedure, which surgically divides their memories between their work and personal lives. This daring experiment in ‘work-life balance’ is called into question as Mark finds himself at the center of an unraveling mystery that will force him to confront the true nature of his work… and of himself. 

Netflix has canceled Cooking With Paris after one season. The series saw Paris learning to cook with guests in each episode including Kim Kardashian West, Nikki Glaser, Demi Lovato, Saweetie, Lele Pons, and Kathy and Nicky Hilton.

NCIS: Hawai’i will air part one of a two-part episode on a special day and time, immediately following the AFC Divisional Playoff Game January 23. Part two will air the following night in the series regular time slot. 

Saturday Night Live’s upcoming live shows have set their hosts and musical guests. Will Forte will host the January 22 episode with Måneskin performing as musical guest. Willem Dafoe will host the January 29 episode with musical guest Katy Perry.

Netflix has ordered a new animated comedy series from Greg Daniels and Mike Judge. Bad Crimes starring Nicole Byer and Lauren Lapkus follows two FBI agents who travel across the country to solve grisly crimes while juggling their friendship, career ambitions, and as many men as possible. 

NBC has canceled Ellen’s Game of Games after four seasons. Ellen’s other series The Ellen DeGeneres Show will also be ending this year. 

F. Murray Abraham, Adam DiMarco, Tom Hollander and Haley Lu Richardson have joined the cast of The White Lotus. They join Michael Imperioli and Aubrey Plaza in the upcoming second season of the HBO series. 

MTV’s The Hills: New Beginnings has been cancelled after two seasons. The followup series followed Kristin Cavallari, Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Audrina Patridge, Whitney Port, Stephanie Pratt, Jason Wahler, Frankie Delgado and Brody Jenner along with Mischa Barton. 

The final season of Arthur will air on PBS starting February 21. The final 25th season will be four episodes long. 

CBS’s Bull will be ending with the current sixth season. The CBS series stars Michael Weatherly who was accused of sexual harassment by Eliza Dushku during her time on the series. 

Y: The Last Man has failed to find a new home following the series cancellation after one season on FX on hulu. The show ran into issues along the way and the delays hurt the show’s future prospects. 

Rex Chapman is set to host a series on CNN’s upcoming streaming service CNN+. Additional CNN+ news will be announced in the coming weeks and will premiere sometime this year. 

Season two of American Detective with Lt. Joe Kenda will stream on discovery+ January 26. Joe Kenda is one of the most experienced and successful homicide detectives in the country. The series sees Kenda trade in his own case files to bring viewers astounding investigations from across the country, with each episode profiling a different homicide detective whose tireless efforts helped bring justice for the victim. 

Smithsonian Channel is set to commemorate Black History Month with the premiere of One Thousand Years of Slavery – The Untold Story. The four-part docu-series is narrated by Courtney B. Vance. Premiering February 7, episodes will feature sit-downs with notable Black actors, historical experts and community leaders including Dr. Bernice King, Debbie Allen, Valerie Jarrett, Lorraine Toussaint, Soledad O’Brien, CCH Pounder, Senator Cory Booker, Marc Morial and others. 

Netflix announced the title of their upcoming Korean adaptation of La Casa de Papel. The series will be titled Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area. The series follows a genius strategist and his talented crew – composed of top-class thieves – attempting to pull off an unprecedented heist in the Korean Peninsula. The story portrays unexpected twists and turns as the crew stage a hostage while facing inexplicable challenges. All eyes are focused on the background and definition behind the title Joint Economic Area. It will premiere in 2022. 

Our Flag Means Death is loosely based on the true adventures of Stede Bonnet, a pampered aristocrat who abandons his life of privilege to become a pirate. The series will stream on HBO Max this March. 

Love and Leashes is set to premiere on Netflix February 11. Love never hurt so good for two co-workers who enter a contractual relationship as partners in consensual play, pleasure and pain. 

Paramount+ is set to premiere The Envoys (Los Enviados) January 20. The series tells the mission of two priests from the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, the Vatican team in charge of verifying and studying miracles of potential saints, who are sent to Mexico to verify alleged miraculous healings of another clergyman known for performing them in a mental institution. As soon as they arrive in Mexico City, they receive the news that the priest they are looking for has disappeared without a trace. Their lives and their faith are taken to the limit when they discover a psychiatric colony, located on the suburbs of the town that seems to hide more than one secret: a mystery buried for decades that underlies each inhabitant of the town. 

Love Off the Grid premieres on discovery+ January 30. The series follows four people accustomed to modern amenities who give it all up for a chance at true love. For the first time, these couples will live together in total isolation to see if they can make it work in the wild. Will the great outdoors bring these relationships closer together? Or will their extreme differences in lifestyles bring the couples to their breaking points? 

Season two of Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the Sky is set to premiere on Peacock February 3. 

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