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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Never Have I Ever’ Trailer, ‘Fate: The Winx Saga’ Premiere Date, ‘iCarly’ Renewed, ‘Bad Sisters’ Trailer, ‘Rick and Morty’ Premiere Date, ‘Jeopardy!’ Hosts Announced, and More!

Never Have I Ever. (L to R) Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi, Darren Barnet as Paxton Hall-Yoshida in episode 301 of Never Have I Ever. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022

Season three of Never Have I Ever premieres on Netflix August 12. In the new ten episode season, Devi continues to deal with the everyday pressures of high school and drama at home, while also navigating new romantic relationships.

Netflix has set the season two premiere date for Fate: The Winx Saga. The new season will premiere September 16. Joining the new season are Miranda Richardson and Daniel Betts. Magic and mystery await at Alfea.

Paramount+ has renewed iCarly for a third season. The ten episode second season completed its run earlier this spring and left its fans with a major #Creddie cliffhanger. Season three will go into production later this year and will premiere in 2023. 

Dark comedy series Bad Sisters premieres on Apple TV+ August 19 with the first two episodes. The ten episode series runs through October 14. The tight-knit Garvey sisters have always looked out for each other. When their brother-in-law winds up dead, his life insurers launch an investigation to prove malicious intent – and set their sights on the sisters, all of whom had ample reason to kill him.

Season six of Rick and Morty premieres on adult swim September 4. The animated series follows a sociopathic genius scientist who drags his inherently timid grandson on insanely dangerous adventures across the universe. Rick Sanchez is living with his daughter Beth’s family and constantly bringing her, his son-in-law Jerry, granddaughter Summer, and grandson Morty into intergalactic escapades. In season six, the series picks up where we left them, worse for wear and down on their luck. Will they manage to bounce back for more adventures? Or will they get swept up in an ocean of piss! Who knows?! Piss! Family! Intrigue! A bunch of dinosaurs! More piss! Another can’t miss season of your favorite show.

Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings will officially share hosting duties on the upcoming new season of Jeopardy! Jennings will host the main show starting in September through December. Bialik will host the new Celebrity prime time series Celebrity Jeopardy! and then take over hosting duties on the main show in January. The two will also host other new and returning tournaments. 

Harry Shum Jr. has joined the cast of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy. He joins as a new first year resident. He joins Adelaide Kane, Alexis Floyd, Niko Terho and Midori Francis who were all recently cast in the medical drama. Season 19 premieres October 6.

Ben Levin and Kim Rhodes will recur in the upcoming third season of The CW’s Kung Fu. They will both play characters who cross paths with the Shen family. While the first two seasons premiered at midseason, season three will premiere October 5. 

Ashley Benson, Eric Balfour, Claire Rushbrook, Marsha Stephanie Blake, and Morgana Van Peebles have joined the cast of Prime Video’s Wilderness. They join Jenna Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen in the series based on B.E. Jones’ novel of the same name. 

Mark Dacascos and Chelsea Muirhead have been added as series regulars for the upcoming third season of Warrior. The ten episode HBO Max series originally aired its first two seasons on Cinemax. 

David Krumholtz will appear in Disney+’s upcoming The Santa Clauses limited series. He will reprise the role of Bernard the Elf from the movie franchise. Tim Allen and Elizabeth Mitchell are also returning in the series. 

Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna will star in hulu’s upcoming spanish language boxing drama series La Máquina. The series follows an older boxer who attempts to claim a title one last time with the help of his manager. 

Limited series Thai Cave Rescue premieres on Netflix September 22. In 2018, 12 boys from the same football team decided to spend an afternoon with their coach exploring the Tham Luang caves in northern Thailand. When heavy rainfall flooded the caves and trapped them inside, what was supposed to be a fun excursion turned into a massive international rescue operation that transfixed the world. Filmed entirely in Thailand, the show features exclusive insights from the young members of the Wild Boars football team and their experiences at the limit of human endurance, as well as the experiences of their families and the vast global team that came together to save them. 

Fort Morgan, Colorado, will get an epic whole-town renovation. Ben and Erin Napier and Dave and Jenny Marrs are teaming up for a brand new season of Home Town Takeover. In the six episode season, the Napiers and Marrs will join forces to mobilize and inspire more HGTV expert stars and residents to tackle renovation projects across homes, local businesses and community spaces, amplifying the town’s charm and building community pride. The new season will premiere in early 2023 on HGTV. 

Million Dollar Island is officially not moving forward at NBC. The reality competition series would have seen 100 contestants forge friendships and build alliances as they plot to stay on a remote desert island for up to 50 days and compete to win their share of the ultimate $1 million prize. The series based on a Dutch series is being shopped to other networks. 

To honor the life and legacy of the remarkable storyteller, activist and philanthropist Norman Lear, ABC will present a one-night-only celebration, Norman Lear: 100 Years of Music and Laughter. The two hour special will premiere September 22. The special will pay homage to the man behind some of television’s greatest stories and will feature an impressive lineup of celebrity guests and musical performances to celebrate his 100th birthday. 

Late Night With Seth Meyers has canceled tapings for the week as host Seth Meyers has tested positive for Covid. This is the second time Meyers has come down with Covid. 

Prime Video’s new reality series Cosmic Love premieres August 12. In the ten episode one of a kind social experiment, four individuals attempt to find their perfect spouse via astrological matchmaking. Each individual represents one of the four elements of astrology (Air, Fire, Water, Earth). Their romantic adventure takes place at a retreat run by a mystical guide, the Astro Chamber. They mingle, match, date, eliminate, and eventually make the biggest decision of their lives… will they marry their match, based solely on their astrology? The show’s astrologers, best-selling authors Ophira and Tali Edut (The AstroTwins), guide our singles throughout the season by way of the mysterious Astro Chamber, voiced by Cree Summer.

Season six of Ready to Love premieres on OWN July 29. Host Tommy Miles heads to Miami, “The Magic City,” with 20 sexy singles to kick off the season with a pool mixer, where the veteran host advises the newcomers to seek “love over lust.” But it wouldn’t be Ready To Love without curveballs, drama, and love triangles. In the end, only the strongest couples will remain to decide whether they are genuinely ready to love. 

Instant Dream Home premieres on Netflix August 10. In the eight episode home renovation series, deserving families get the surprise of their lives when their dilapidated house is transformed in just a few hours. Danielle Brooks hosts, with help from Adair Curtis, Paige Mobley, Nick Cutsumpas, and Erik Curtis in addition to added muscle from the neighborhood at large. Think “Ocean’s 11” for home renovation! 

Epic natural history series Africa’s Wild Year comes to BBC America and AMC+ August 6. The series is set over the course of a single year in Africa. Each of the four episodes – “Spring,” “Summer,” “Autumn” and “Winter” – focuses on one of the seasons, revealing the vastly different conditions they bring. As temperatures change, rains sweep across the continent and light and heat fluctuate, every animal adapts accordingly. 

Season two of The Ms. Pat Show premieres on BET+ August 11. The Carson family is back and the matriarch Ms. Pat is not holding any punch lines this time around. This season, Pat is dealing with her past traumas and current family dynamic. All while staying true to her comedic roots. 

A Model Family premieres on Netflix August 12. After unwittingly stealing money from a cartel, a cash-strapped professor finds the only way to save his broken family is by working as a drug courier.

Post Malone: Runaway premieres on Amazon Freevee August 12. In September 2019, Post Malone’s Runaway Tour marked a pivotal moment in the evolution of his career, where he stepped up and became this generation’s undisputed rock star. Filmed just before COVID-19 grounded the tour – and whole world – to a halt, the film reveals unforgettable backstage access and peels back the curtain on Post Malone’s world and his epic 37-date North American tour. The music documentary takes viewers into the eye of the touring storm, while digging deep into the stories, songs, and characters that made up this now-legendary tour. 

Spy x Family Part 2 will premiere in October on Crunchyroll and select Netflix markets. Twilight, a skilled spy of the Eastern-focused Westalis intelligence agency WISE, is sent on a secret mission to track the movements of Donovan Desmond, the chairman of the National Unity Party of Ostania and a dangerous figure who threatens the peace between the East and West. Twilight disguises himself as a psychiatrist named Loid Forger and swiftly creates a family. However, his daughter Anya is a telepath, and his wife Yor is an assassin! With their interests aligned, the three of them live together while hiding their true identities from each other.

Season seven of TrollsTopia premieres on peacock August 11. All new adventures, some new faces, and new places! Get excited for the final season! 

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

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