Hulu has renewed The Great for season three. The second season premiered in November and saw Catherine finally takes the Russian throne for her own – but if she thought coup-ing her husband was difficult, it’s nothing compared to the realities of ‘liberating’ a country that doesn’t want to be. She’ll battle her court, her team, even her own mother in a bid to bring the enlightenment to Russia. With only occasional historical facts, the series stars Elle Fanning, Nicholas Hoult, Phoebe Fox, Adam Godley, Gwilym Lee, Charity Wakefield, Douglas Hodge, Sacha Dhawan, Bayo Gbadamosi and Belinda Bromilow.
ABC has renewed Station 19 for season six. The series is ABC’s second highest rated series behind Grey’s Anatomy, which was also renewed for Season 19 yesterday. As a spinoff of Grey’s Anatomy, the two share characters and a universe where they often crossover. They both return for a crossover event February 24.
Sharon Stone is set to recur on the second season of HBO Max’s The Flight Attendant. She will play the role of Cassie’s mother and the two have been estranged for a while. The new season finds Cassie living her best sober life in Los Angeles while moonlighting as a CIA asset in her spare time. But when an overseas assignment leads her to inadvertently witness a murder, she becomes entangled in another international intrigue. The series is based on the book of the same name by Chris Bohjalian.
Legacies will now be returning from it’s midseason break on February 24 on The CW. The series previously was scheduled to return January 27.
Dollface returns for season two on February 11. The ten episode season follows Jules and her best friends – post pandemic, post heartbreak, heading toward turning thirty. Having successfully reunited with her friends, Jules must now balance keeping their group together as the women navigate work, love, and a deeper relationship with each of themselves.
Apple TV+’s upcoming thriller series Suspicion premieres February 4. When the son of a prominent American businesswoman is kidnapped from a New York hotel, the eye of suspicion quickly falls on four seemingly ordinary British citizens who were at the hotel on the night in question.
Netflix’s new comedy special Aziz Ansari: Nightclub Comedian will premiere January 25. The special is an intimate surprise gig filmed in New York City in December 2021.
The Oscars will have a host this year after three years of not having one. There is no word on who will act as host when the awards event airs, but it will be announced at a later date.
Chris “Ludacris” Bridges is back for more episodes of discovery+’s Luca Can’t Cook. Premiering February 15, each episode sees Ludacris immerse himself in a specific type of cuisine guided by an expert, including learning the fundamentals of Haitian cuisine from Haitian-born Chef Alain Lemaire and throwing a block party for guests including Chef Gregory Gourdet, exploring his love of Korean food with Chef Seung Hee Lee and cooking a three-course meal for Chef Edward Lee and comedian Lil Duval, and visiting Little Havana for a master class in Cuban food with James Beard Award-nominated Chef Michael Beltran and creating a menu for Chef Lorena Garcia – plus a visit from legendary hip-hop producer Timbaland.
Science Channel’s Underground Railroad: The Secret History is a four part docuseries that will premiere January 30. Across the series, viewers will hear from the descendants of Freedom Seekers who add insight with their family history, passed down from generation to generation. Additionally, experts will share their research and discoveries, giving valuable context to these stories and helping to solidify the legacies of those who sought freedom on the Underground Railroad.
Additional guest stars for the final season of ABC’s black-ish have been announced. Appearing in the farewell season will be Andrew Bachelor (KingBach), Kent Bazemore, Simone Biles, Jeanie Buss, Daveed Diggs, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Vivica A. Fox, Montrezl Harrell, Dwight Howard, Magic Johnson, DeAndre Jordan, Malik Monk, Isaiah Mustafa, Kendrick Nunn, Rajon Rondo, Reid Scott and Stephen A. Smith, among others.
Paramount+’s limited series The Offer is set to premiere April 28 with the first three episodes. The series portrays the never-before-seen experiences of making “The Godfather.” The series stars Miles Teller as Albert S. Ruddy, Matthew Goode as Robert Evans, Juno Temple as Bettye McCartt, Giovanni Ribisi as Joe Colombo, Dan Fogler as Francis Ford Coppola, Burn Gorman as Charles Bluhdorn, Colin Hanks as Barry Lapidus and Patrick Gallo as Mario Puzo.
E!’s Botched returns January 25. The “Botched” doctors are back and ready to rock on as they handle their most unsettling cases yet!
Follow the madcap misadventures & imagination of Nate Wright as he navigates middle school in Big Nate, streaming February 17. The first eight episodes will be released, with additional episodes to come at a later date.