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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Killing It’ Renewed, ‘Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks’ Premiere Date, ‘The Flipping El Moussas’ Ordered, Kevin Zegers Joins ‘The Rookie: Feds’, Crunchyroll Sets Summer 2022 Anime Lineup, ‘Five Days at Memorial’ Teaser, and More!

KILLING IT -- Pictured: “Killing It” Key Art; Craig Robinson as Craig -- (Photo by: Tommy Garcia/Peacock)

Peacock has renewed Killing It for a second season. The series is a comedy about class, capitalism and one man’s quest to achieve the American dream. And also about hunting really big snakes. The series stars Craig Robinson. 

Comedy special Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks will premiere on Netflix July 12. In his continuing quest to be a better person, Bill shares an “inspirational” talk for women, how doing mushrooms has changed him, finding common ground with lesbians and how his 4-year-old is helping his anger management. This special will mark Burr’s fifth special at Netflix.

HGTV has ordered The Flipping El Moussas to series. The eight episode series will follow the personal and professional journey of fan-favorite newlyweds and real estate experts, Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae El Moussa. It will document the headliner couple as they tackle a house move, a major renovation and their emotional efforts to expand their family. Along the way, Tarek will bring Heather Rae into the fold of his flipping empire, as she becomes enthusiastic to get more involved in his business. It will premiere in 2023. 

Crunchyroll has announced its Summer 2022 anime lineup. The lineup includes new series, returning series and ongoing series. Series will range from subs to dubs, many with both available. Anime highlights include ODDTAXI In The Woods, The Devil is a Part-Timer!, Fuuto PI, The Maid I Hired Recently is Mysterious and Classroom of the Elite II. Additional titles, dubs and subs will be announced later. 

Kevin Zegers has been cast in ABC’s upcoming new series The Rookie: Feds. The series is a spinoff of the cop drama The Rookie that follows the oldest rookie at the FBI Academy played by Niecy Nash-Betts.

Apple TV+’s limited series Five Days at Memorial premieres August 12. The new series comes from John Ridley and Carlton Cuse, and is adapted from the book of the same name by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Sheri Fink. It is based on actual events chronicling the impact of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath on a local hospital. When the floodwaters rose, power failed, and heat soared, exhausted caregivers at a New Orleans hospital were forced to make decisions that would follow them for years to come. 

Keean Johnson has joined the cast of Spectrum’s Joe Pickett. Vivienne Guynn, Chad Rook and Aadila Dosani have also been promoted from recurring to series regular for the upcoming second season. 

Docuseries The Anarchists premieres on HBO July 10. In 2015, Jeff Berwick, a Canadian entrepreneur turned provocateur, launched a conference in Acapulco, Mexico in hopes of promoting anarchy in its purest form – an ideal espousing the absence of government with absolute individual self-rule. The event, called “Anarchapulco,” draws an international array of libertarians, fugitives, and families seeking to “unschool” their children to protect them from the bureaucracies of modern life, as well as crypto-currency evangelists and others attracted to the idea of creating a stateless community, free from governments and central banking systems. Unfolding over six years, the series  chronicles a strange and deadly series of events. What begins as an impulsive one-off gathering, turns into a full-on, annual event, growing in size and attracting sponsorship from crypto-currency companies featuring speakers such as Ron Paul and BitCoin investor Roger Ver. And when rule-avoidant freedom activists come together in one of the most dangerous cities in the world, utopian ideology collides with the unpredictability of human nature. Relationships are fractured, rivalries are forged and ultimately, lives are lost. 

On Patrol: Live will premiere on Reelz July 22. The new series will reunite the on-camera team of host and executive producer Dan Abrams and retired Tulsa Police Department Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin, alongside Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson. Together, they will provide minute-by-minute live analysis as the series documents for viewers in real time the everyday work of police officers on patrol from diverse departments across America. 

Gordon Ramsay’s Next Level Chef has been sold to the UK for an adaptation on ITV. Ramsay serves as a panelist on the Fox US version and will also serve as one on the ITV version. Two additional panelists will be announced at a later date. 

Season two of Sex Sells premieres on Fuse June 29. When we talk about sexual health, we mean business – and business is booming. Former tech executive-turned podcaster, producer and host WeezyWTF is back with her famous friends to celebrate entrepreneurs with businesses relating to sexual health and sex positivity. 

OWN’s Belle Collective returns for season two July 29. The new season centers on six successful and glamorous women redefining what it means to be a boss and a southern belle in Jackson, Mississippi. The ladies juggle business, friendship, family, and children and are determined to show the positive side of Mississippi. Although Season 2 is about much more than drama, there will still be plenty of it. The ladies will highlight the journey of entrepreneurship, changing family dynamics, navigating family tragedies, and making it look easy while being fabulous. 

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

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