Comedy series Children Ruin Everything will premiere on The Roku Channel May 13. The eight episode first season is about living with the worst roommates of all: young children. Astrid and James struggle to find a balance between being ‘Mom and Dad’ to two kids and being who they were before offspring. It explores the hilarious and varied ways kids can tear down your life and, if you’re lucky, replace it with something you have to admit is pretty okay, too. The series has been renewed for a second season of sixteen episodes which will premiere at a later date.
Peacock’s limited series Angelyne premieres May 19. The limited series is about fame, identity, survival, billboards, Corvettes, lingerie, men, women, women teasing men, men obsessed with women, West Hollywood, crystals, UFOs, and most importantly of all, the self-proclaimed Rorschach test in pink, glow-in-the-dark queen of the universe, Angelyne, starring Emmy Rossum.
The third and final season of Who Killed Sara? Premieres on Netflix May 18. As enemies become allies, Álex gets an answer to the question that has tormented him for years: What really happened to Sara?
ABC has renewed comedy series The Goldbergs for season ten. Original star Jeff Garlin exited the series this season after HR complaints and there is no word yet on how they will officially write his character out. George Segal died last year and the series incorporated his death into the show.
Season five of The Chi will premiere June 24 on streaming and on demand ahead of its linear premiere on Showtime June 26. The ten episode new season will continue to premiere new episodes Fridays ahead of its linear premiere on Sundays. The series is a timely coming-of-age story centering on a group of residents on the South Side of Chicago who become linked by coincidence but bonded by the need for connection and redemption.
Netflix has renewed adult animated comedy series Big Mouth and its spinoff Human Resources. Big Mouth will return for its seventh season while Human Resources will be back for a second season. Season six of Big Mouth will premiere later this year.
John Slattery has joined the cast of the upcoming sixth season of The Good Fight. Slattery’s character will help out Christine Baranski’s character Diane Lockhart. André Braugher was previously announced to be joining the series for the new season. The Paramount+ series is a spinoff of the CBS series The Good Wife. The new season will also see Alan Cumming and Carrie Preston reprise their characters from The Good Wife.
F. Murray Abraham has exited Apple TV+’s Mythic Quest ahead of its third season. Abraham starred in the first two seasons of the workplace comedy. The series was renewed for a third and fourth season.
Emily VanCamp is set to appear in the fifth season finale of The Resident following her character being killed off at the beginning of the season. VanCamp will appear in flashback moments to help her former partner Conrad move on.
Netflix has announced a new natural history series titled Wild Babies. The eight episode series will be narrated by Helena Bonham Carter. The series will follow animals from birth through coming of age moments in the animals’ lives. It will premiere May 5.
Prime Video’s The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power has added Tyroe Muhafidin to the cast. The Lord of the Rings prequel series will premiere September 2.
A new season of Red Table Talk will premiere on Facebook Watch April 20. The series is hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith, her daughter Willow Smith, and her mother Adrienne Banfield Norris aka “Gammy.” The premiere episode will feature Janelle Monáe. Upcoming episodes this season will feature the parents of Miss USA Cheslie Kryst, Ireland Baldwin, Kim Basinger, Ayleen Charlotte, Rachel DeLoache Williams, and Barbara Corcoran.
Netflix is planning to roll out an ad supposed tier in the coming years. The news comes after the network originally stated they wouldn’t ever have ads for years, ultimately softening to the idea.
Anupam Kher has been cast in ABC’s The Son In Law pilot. He joins Reema Sampat, Chris Sullivan and Meera Simhan.
CBS’s new unscripted musical game show Superfan has set its superstar lineup. Kelsea Ballerini, Gloria Estefan, Little Big Town, LL COOL J, Pitbull and Shania Twain will help crown their ultimate supporters. The six episode series will feature contestants vying in multiple rounds of play to prove they are the ultimate fan. In each episode, a different musical artist will select one deserving superfan to win a once-in-a-lifetime prize.
Burna Boy, Latto, Megan Thee Stallion, Rauw Alejandro, and Red Hot Chili Peppers will all perform at the upcoming 2022 Billboard Music Awards. The series will air live on NBC from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas May 15.
Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth and Melissa Stark will call Sunday Night Football on NBC starting at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game August 4. The NFL Kickoff Game will air September 8.
Candace Cameron Bure has signed a deal to produce and star in projects for GAC Family. Bure has been a staple at Hallmark Channel for years and is another big name to leave Hallmark for the new network. Bure’s Aurora Teagarden Mysteries film series will likely not continue.
Letterkenny spinoff series Shoresy will premiere on Hulu May 27. The six episode series follows foul-mouthed, chirp-serving, mother-loving, fan favorite character, Shoresy, join a senior AAA hockey team in Sudbury on a quest to never lose again.
Volume 3 of Love Death + Robots will premiere on Netflix May 20. Terror, imagination and beauty combine in new episodes which stretch from uncovering an ancient evil to a comedic apocalypse, telling startling short stories of fantasy, horror and science-fiction with trademark wit and visual invention.
ALLBLK’s new series A La Carte will premiere May 12. The series is about the misadventures of the Black millennial dating experience and one girl’s journey to the last place she ever thought she would end up… on the side. 25-year old Mahogany ﬁnally lands the man of her dreams, Kaleb, there’s just one problem: he has a girlfriend. Accustomed to being number one, Mahogany’s whole world is turned upside down now that she ﬁnds herself playing number two.
Apple TV+’s bilingual thriller series Now & Then will premiere May 20. The eight episode series will premiere with three episodes, then premiere new episodes weekly through June 24. The series explores the differences between youthful aspirations and the reality of adulthood, when the lives of a group of college best friends are forever changed after a celebratory weekend ends up with one of them dead. Now, 20 years later, the remaining five are reluctantly reunited by a threat that puts their seemingly perfect worlds at risk.
Docuseries Meltdown: Three Mile Island will premiere on Netflix May 4. The four episode series tackles the near catastrophe at Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania through the lens of chief engineer and whistleblower, Richard Parks, as well as the community it impacted. Insiders recount the events, controversies and lingering effects of the worst nuclear incident in U.S. history.
A&E’s Origins of Hip Hop docuseries will premiere June 6. Narrated by Nas, the series will explore the origins of Busta Rhymes, Eve, Fat Joe, Grandmaster Flash, Ice-T, Ja Rule, Lil Jon, and Uncle Luke as they reflect on their personal journeys and the evolutions of their artistic points of view through their own eyes.
The fifth and final season of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous premieres on Netflix July 21. The arrival of Kenji’s father, Mr. Kon, renews hope of a rescue for the campers. But as the nefarious plans of Mantah Corp. come into focus and one of the Camp Fam turns on their own, the others must band together if they want to save the dinosaurs and ever make it home.