The Terminal List premieres on Prime Video July 1. Based on the best-selling novel by Jack Carr, The Terminal List follows James Reece after his entire platoon of Navy SEALs is ambushed during a high-stakes covert mission. Reece returns home to his family with conflicting memories of the event and questions about his culpability. However, as new evidence comes to light, Reece discovers dark forces working against him, endangering not only his life, but the lives of those he loves.
Limited series Black Bird premieres on Apple TV+ July 8. Inspired by a true story, the ensemble cast includes Taron Egerton, Paul Walter Hauser, Sepideh Moafi, Greg Kinnear and Ray Liotta. When high school football hero and decorated policeman’s son Jimmy Keene is sentenced to 10 years in a minimum security prison, he is given the choice of a lifetime – enter a maximum-security prison for the criminally insane and befriend suspected serial killer Larry Hall, or stay where he is and serve his full sentence with no possibility of parole. Keene quickly realizes his only way out is to elicit a confession and find out where the bodies of several young girls are buried before Hall’s appeal goes through.
Netflix’s special Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute will premiere June 10. The special is a celebration of Bob’s life in comedy with his friends and family. It will feature John Stamos, Jeff Ross, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey, John Mayer, Darren Criss, Kelly Rizzo-Saget, Mike Binder, Jackson Browne, Seth Green, Mike Young, Michael Keaton, Candace Cameron Bure, Dave Coulier, Dave Chappelle, Tim Allen, Paul Rodriguez, Jon Lovitz, Lara and Aubrey Saget.
The Challenge: USA has announced the 28 CBS reality titans set to compete. The cast includes Domenick Abbate (Survivor 36), Azah Awasum (BB23), David Alexander (BB 21, 22), Tasha Fox (Survivor 28, 31), Tyson Apostol (Survivor 18, 20, 27, winner of 40), Kyra Green (Love Island 1), Cashel Barnett (Love Island 1), Alyssa Lopez (BB23), Ben Driebergen (Survivor 35, winner 40), Sarah Lacina (Survivor 28, 34, winner 40), Melvin “Cinco” Holland Jr (Love Island 3), Tiffany Mitchell (BB23), Danny McCray (Survivor 41), Justine Ndiba (Love Island 2), Enzo Palumbo (BB12,22), Cayla Platt (The Amazing Race 33), Xavier Prather (BB23 winner), Cashay Proudfoot (Love Island 3), Leo Temory (The Amazing Race 23, 24, 31), Angela Rummans (BB20), Javonny Vega (Love Island 3), Shannon St. Clair (Love Island 3), James Wallington (The Amazing Race 32 winner), Shan Smith (Survivor 41), Kyland Young (BB23), Desi Williams (Survivor 35), Derek Xiao (BB23), and Cely Vasquez (Love Island 2). Upon arrival, the CBS reality titans are given $1,000 to start their individual challenge accounts, and they quickly discover they must battle to keep and increase their handsome reward. In each episode, an algorithm pairs contestants who will face off to earn money for their accounts by winning challenges or eliminating their opponents. This will not be an easy task, as they will be paired with a randomly selected competitor every episode, making alliances and strategies more difficult than ever. Players must adapt to survive the game and protect their challenge accounts. With the $500,000 grand prize and title of Challenge Champion on the line, players will be in a constant state of paranoia, unable to trust anyone but themselves.
Prime Video has renewed The Summer I Turned Pretty ahead of its series premiere. The series is an adaptation of the book by Jenny Han. The series is a multigenerational drama that hinges on a love triangle between one girl and two brothers, the ever-evolving relationship between mothers and their children, and the enduring power of strong female friendship. It is a coming-of-age story about first love, first heartbreak, and the magic of that one perfect summer. The series premieres June 17.
Love Island makes its debut on Peacock July 19 with episodes premiering six days a week. Islanders couple up in new surroundings to compete in naughtier games and sexier challenges. Throughout their stay, temptations will rise and drama will ensue as Islanders are forced to decide if they want to remain with their current partners or “recouple” with someone new. Islanders will also be at the mercy of viewers at home who vote to determine who gets another shot at love and who leaves the villa heartbroken and empty-handed.
Netflix has announced a follow up series to the animated series Masters of the Universe: Revelation. The new series will be titled Masters of the Universe: Revolution.
Quinta Brunson will be guest starring in Starz’s upcoming Party Down revival series. She joins returning series regulars Adam Scott, Jane Lynch, Ken Marino, Martin Starr, Megan Mullally and Ryan Hansen.
Reelz has ordered On Patrol: Live from the producers of Live PD. The series will premiere this summer, live, Friday and Saturday nights from 9 to 12. Following live news-gathering protocols, the series’ cameras will document for viewers in real time the everyday work of police officers on patrol from diverse departments across America. Dan Abrams will serve as host.
Noah Jupe and Michael Douglas have joined the cast of Apple TV+’s upcoming Benjamin Franklin limited event series. Douglas will play Benjamin Franklin. The eight-episode drama explores the thrilling story of one of the greatest gambles of Benjamin Franklin’s career. At age 70, without any diplomatic training, Franklin convinced France – an absolute monarchy – to underwrite America’s experiment in democracy. By virtue of his fame, charisma, and ingenuity, Franklin outmaneuvered British spies, French informers, and hostile colleagues, all while engineering the Franco-American alliance of 1778 and the final peace with England of l783. The eight-year French mission stands as Franklin’s most vital service to his country, without which America would not have won the Revolution. The series is based on the book “A Great Improvisation: Franklin, France, and the Birth of America” by Stacy Schiff.
Katie Brayben and Keir Charles will recur in Netflix’s upcoming Bridgerton spinoff series. The limited series focuses on the rise of a young Queen Charlotte.
Parker Young has been cast in ABC’s drama pilot Criminal Nature. Young joins Michaela McManus in the project. The pilot is the network’s second attempt at a National Parks series.
An animated Ghostbusters series is coming to Netflix. Jason Reitman and Gil Kenan will lead the project. The two recently released Ghostbusters: Afterlife in theaters.
Michael Symon is headed to the biggest and toughest barbecue competitions across the country to bring viewers a front row seat to all the action in the new six episode series BBQ USA. Michael showcases the talented teams that work tirelessly at honing their craft to prove they are the best in the barbecue world, while also talking with the most diehard BBQ fans, and of course tasting all the delicious ‘cue from all over America, including fall off the bone ribs and smoked brisket. The series premieres July 11 on Food Network.
Hallmark Channel has announced the lineup for its 2022 Christmas in July. The event kicks off June 24 through June 30 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. The event will then air on Hallmark Channel starting July 1 through July 31. Three new movies, My Grown-Up Christmas List, Campfire Christmas, and Christmas in Toyland, will premiere along with a marathon of fan favorites as voted on by viewers.
USA Network will continue airing Chrisley Knows Best following two of the stars’ recent convictions of tax evasion and bank fraud. The upcoming episodes were filmed prior to their court appearance. No word if the network will continue the series after that.
Kenan Thompson is set to host the 2022 NHL Awards. The event will air on ESPN June 21.
CNBC has ordered Business Hunters. Entrepreneur CEO and expert host Matt Higgins and business broker and entrepreneur Mayumi Muller guide budding small business owners as they decide between potential businesses for sale – will they swing big and put their life savings down to become an independent business owner? There’s never been more at stake. The series will also feature live interactive play-along elements and additional engagement opportunities for viewers to put themselves in the shoes of these entrepreneurs further sparking their own reimagining of work.
Netflix’s Cyberpunk: Edgerunners will premiere in September. The series tells a standalone, 10-episode story about a street kid trying to survive in Night City — a technology and body modification-obsessed city of the future. Having everything to lose, he stays alive by becoming an edgerunner — a mercenary outlaw also known as a cyberpunk.
Hulu’s Mike premieres August 25. The 8-episode limited series explores the tumultuous ups and downs of Tyson’s boxing career and personal life – from being a beloved global athlete to a pariah and back again. Focusing the lens on Mike Tyson, the series examines class in America, race in America, fame and the power of media, misogyny, the wealth divide, the promise of the American Dream and ultimately our own role in shaping Mike’s story.
Netflix is releasing a docuseries about the making of the animated series Arcane. The series will be titled Arcane: Bridging The Rift. Additionally, Arcane themed profile icons are available now.
The third and final season of The Split will premiere June 23 on Sundance Now. It will also air on BBC American starting June 27. Set in the fast-paced, complex world of London’s high-end divorce circuit, the series is an authentic, multi-layered and witty examination of modern marriage and the legacy of divorce.
Season four of The Dragon Prince is coming to Netflix. The streamer released a first look at The Dragon Prince: Mystery of Aaravos.
Prime Video’s new unscripted series The One That Got Away premieres June 24. The ten episode romance series is hosted by Betty Who. The series follows six singles, each searching for their soulmate, as they embark on a never-before-seen quest for love, and are given the chance to explore a lifetime of missed connections. Whether it’s a high school classmate whose crush always went unrequited, or the kind stranger who offered a helping hand five years ago, the potential partners are sure to be dramatic. One by one, people from their past enter through “The Portal” to surprise them and take their shot at love in this time-traveling, experimental dating series.
Animated series Enterglactic is coming to Netflix this fall. The series comes from Kid Cudi and Kenya Barris. The voice cast includes Kid Cudi, Jessica Williams, Timothée Chalamet, Ty Dolla $ign, Laura Harrier, Vanessa Hudgens, Christopher Abbott, 070 Shake, Teyana Taylor, Jaden Smith, Keith David, Arturo Castro, and Macaulay Culkin.
Docuseries Who Is Ghislaine Maxwell? premieres on Starz June 24. As the enigmatic British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell faces trial for her role in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, this new documentary special will ask what she really is.
Part 2 of Netflix’s Inside Job is coming soon. For employees of Cognito Inc., conspiracies aren’t just theories, they’re a full time grind. The series is a peek inside the actual Deep State, as one woman manages the chaotic office of lovable morons secretly controlling the world.
Netflix’s new animated series Farzar will premiere July 15. The animated sci-fi comedy comes from the creators of Paradise P.D. and Brickleberry.
Season three of The Dog House: UK premieres on HBO Max June 16. Finding forever homes for rejected dogs isn’t easy, but that’s exactly what the staff of Wood Green do every day. Set inside a rural British animal rescue center known for its commitment to matching homeless dogs with eager owners, the series captures the joy and complexity of the human-dog “dating” experience. Each of the nine episodes introduces tearful tales of abandoned dogs while also touching on relatable backstories of families, couples and singletons all hoping their lives will be changed by a new four-legged friend. It’s up to the center’s dedicated staff to match pets with potential new owners and to arrange an all-important first date that will determine if the adorable pups and hopeful humans have that fated connection.
Junji Ito Maniac is coming to Netflix in 2023. The horror series is based on the manga series.
Netflix released a behind the scenes look at Love, Death & Robots. The animated series recently released the third volume on the streamer.