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Better Call Saul’s final season will premiere on AMC April 18. The first part of the season will run for seven episodes, then go on a break. The final six episodes will then return July 11. Better Call Saul‘s final season concludes the complicated journey and transformation of its compromised hero, Jimmy McGill, into criminal lawyer Saul Goodman. From the cartel to the courthouse, from Albuquerque to Omaha, season six tracks Jimmy, Saul and Gene as well as Jimmy’s complex relationship with Kim, who is in the midst of her own existential crisis. Meanwhile, Mike, Gus, Nacho, and Lalo are locked into a game of cat and mouse with mortal stakes.

The second season of adult swim’s Three Busy Debras will premiere April 24. The Debras are back and more Debra than ever, taking Lemoncurd by storm in a season that is so busy, it could only be Debra. Return to the offbeat world of the Debras, the live-action comedy created by and starring Sandy Honig, Mitra Jouhari, and Alyssa Stonoha. 

IMDb TV’s new series Bosch: Legacy will premiere May 6. Loosely based on the hybrid novel The Wrong Side of Goodbye by Michael Connelly, and a spinoff of Prime Video’s Bosch, the first season of Bosch: Legacy follows former LAPD detective Harry Bosch as he begins a new chapter as a private investigator. His first job calls him to the estate of ailing billionaire Whitney Vance, where Bosch is tasked with finding Vance’s only potential heir. Along the way, Bosch finds himself clashing with powerful figures who have a vested interest in the heir not being found.

British series Peaky Blinders will return for its sixth and final season on Netflix June 10. The six episode season follows a notorious gang in 1919 Birmingham, England, led by the fierce Tommy Shelby, a crime boss set on moving up in the world no matter the cost.

HGTV’s Flip or Flop will be ending with the series current tenth season. The series finale episode will air March 17. Stars Christina Haack and Tarek El Moussa recently signed deals with the network. They both currently star in solo series on HGTV in addition to Flip or Flop. 

EPIX has renewed Domina for a second season. The epic, sweeping drama series takes place during one of the most provocative periods in Roman history, following the extraordinary rise of Gaius, Emperor Augustus Caesar’s third wife, Livia Drusilla. The eight episode season will premiere in 2023. 

An Audience with Adele will air on NBC March 20. Adele will perform a collection of her original songs in front of a star-studded audience at the world-famous London Palladium. The two hour event aired in the UK last year. 

Alan Cumming is set to appear in two episodes of Paramount+’s upcoming sixth season of The Good Fight. He will be reprising his role as Eli Gold from The Good Wife. His character will show up to help his daughter with her career as a lawyer. 

Prime Video has ordered two seasons of adult animated comedy from Ramy Youssef. The series will explore the experiences of a Muslim-American family that must learn how to code-switch as they navigate the early 2000s: A time of fear, war, and the rapid expansion of the boy-band industrial complex.

India de Beaufort has joined the cast of NBC’s upcoming Night Court followup series. She replaces Ana Villafañe who starred in the original pilot. The series also stars Melissa Rauch, John Larroquette, Lacretta and Kapil Talwalkar.

Aimee Carrero and Shane Paul McGhie have exited Prime Video’s upcoming The Boys spinoff series. Both roles will be recast. Carrero will now star in Prime Video’s comedy series The Consultant. 

Pete Davidson will star in a comedy series inspired by his life titled Bupkis. The series will likely end up at a streaming platform with additional casting to come. The series would come from Lorne Michaels’s Broadway Video which also was associated with other SNL cast members series like Shrill and Kenan. 

BET has ordered Carl Weber’s The Black Hamptons. The four episode limited series is set in Sag Harbor, Long Island, known as The Black Hamptons and follows a feud between two families. It will premiere this summer. 

Netflix’s upcoming comedy series Beef starring Steven Yeun and Ali Wong has added more cast. David Choe, Patti Yasutake, Young Mazino and Joseph Lee will star in the series. Mario Bello and Ashley Park will appear as guest stars. 

Season nine of 90 Day Fiance will premiere on TLC April 17. Seven couples have 90 days to figure out whether their love can go the distance. Following K-1 visa rules, the couples will have 90 days to wed before the visa expires and their fiancé is sent back to their home country. The pressure is on and with travel guidelines more challenging than ever, there’s even more at stake with these international love stories.

ABC has ordered a true crime unscripted series titled Who Do You Believe? The series portrays cases from the narratives of the victims and perpetrators. Viewers then can put together the real truth through both versions of the cases in question. 

Award-winning pastry chef Stephanie Boswell shares her years of experience and expertise with failing bakery owners to help save real struggling businesses on the new series Bake or Break. It will premiere on Food Network April 11. 

IMDb TV has ordered a pilot for a comedy series Western from Phil Lord and Chris Miller. The potential series follows a woman who heads west in the 1800s. She ends up stuck in a town and must find her place. 

Nick Cannon’s syndicated talk show has been canceled after one season. Production on the series will end today, with new episodes previously recorded airing through the end of the season. 

Peacock’s news channel The Choice will be rebranded to MSNBC hub on Peacock. MSNBC series like Deadline: White House, Morning Joe, and All In with Chris Hayes will be able to stream. Other big named MSNBC series like The Rachel Maddow Show and The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell will not be able to stream. 

Kelsea Ballerini and Anthony Mackie have been announced as the co-hosts of the upcoming 2022 CMT Music Awards. The ceremony will air live on CBS April 11. CMT Music Awards Extended Cut will then air April 15 on CMT with all new performances and other bonus content. 

Greg Hovanessian has been cast in The CW’s Walker: Independence pilot. He joins Matt Barr in the potential Walker prequel spinoff series set in the 1800s. 

As a part of History’s Greatest Mysteries, The History Channel will premiere a special episode titled Shackleton’s Endurance: The Lost Ice Ship Found. This new 90-minute special will serve as a continuation of the network’s commitment to telling the complete Shackleton story following the previously aired Endurance: The Hunt for Shackleton’s Ice Ship which chronicled the first, ground-breaking expedition to locate the lost ship by the same leadership team on the same vessel in 2019. The special comes after the discovery of Shackleton’s ship The Endurance at the bottom of the ocean. It will premiere March 22. 

Hungarian spy drama The Informant will premiere on HBO Max April 1. 

In honor of today’s 25th anniversary of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, all seven seasons will be coming to Fuse starting October 1. The series which ran from 1997 to 2003 has only grown in popularity over the years. 

The new PBS Sunday night spring lineup is packed with romance, mystery and thrill. Starting March 20, season 11 of Call the Midwife will lead off the night followed by the season two premiere of Sanditon. After that, the premiere of Before We Die will premiere. The crime thriller is about a detective whose moral boundaries are tested.  

The Baseball lockout has ended and the new season of MLB Baseball will kick off April 7 with a full 162 game schedule. Spring Training will begin as soon as Sunday. 

Netflix has announced another new animated series based on The Boss Baby film. The Boss Baby: Back In the Crib acts as a followup to The Boss Baby: Family Business when Theodore Templeton is framed for embezzlement and forced to revert back to his old Boss Baby self and crash with his brother Tim and his two nieces, brainy big kid Tabitha and fellow Baby Corp employee Tina. The series will premiere May 19. 

Season two of HBO’s Gentleman Jack will premiere this April. The eight episode season will follow Anne Lister and Ann Walker as they set up home together at Shibden Hall as wife and wife, determined to combine their estates and become a power couple. Anne Lister’s entrepreneurial spirit frightens the locals as much as her unconventional love life and, with Halifax on the brink of revolution, her refusal to keep a low profile becomes provocative and dangerous. The series will again use the real life diaries of Anne Lister, part of which were written in code, as its source, with every part of Lister’s story based in historical fact and the five million words she wrote in her journals.

Peacock’s first WWE series WWE Evil will premiere March 24. The eight episode docuseries hosted by John Cena takes an unprecedented look inside the psyche of the most diabolical antagonists in WWE, the series unveils the Superstars’ impact on mainstream culture. 

MTV has renewed Ex on the Beach for two more seasons. Season five will premiere on MTV March 31. The twelve episode season features romantically embattled stars from Love Island, Big Brother, Too Hot To Handle, World of Dance, The Challenge, Double Shot at Love and Paradise Hotel, the cast navigates the excitement and heartbreak of romantic relationships with old lovers and new prospects while constantly being blindsided by the surprise arrival of their exes. As ex-lovers wash ashore, the daters will have to decide whether to rekindle a past flame or move on for good. 

Season two of The Hardy Boys will premiere on hulu April 6. The ten episode season will follow a new mystery of a classmate disappearing and the Hardy boys get back to detective work. Along with their friends, they quickly learn who they can and can’t trust as they race against time to unravel the truth, and ultimately realize that no one is safe from their past. 

Jeff Foxworthy’s first stand up special in 24 years is coming to Netflix March 22. Jeff Foxworthy is remembering the good old days. Before cell phones diagnosed our illnesses, were used as cameras, kept us informed 24 hours a day, and before we had to have different passwords for everything. Jeff discusses parenting (your children and your parents), texting, the joy of getting a butt dial, conversations with his wife and recalls a much simpler time (or was it?). 

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

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