Marvel has announced more plans for its upcoming fourth, fifth and sixth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. On the TV side, She Hulk: Attorney at Law will be one of the final Disney+ offerings in phase four. The series premieres August 17. There will also be the second season of What If… set for early 2023. In phase five, Secret Invasion will premiere in Spring 2023. Echo and the second season of Loki will premiere summer 2023. Ironheart will premiere Summer 2023. Winter 2023/2024 will see the series focusing on WandaVisions’ Agatha, now titled Agatha: Coven of Chaos. Spring 2024 will see the return of Daredevil in the eighteen episode series Daredevil: Born Again.
Season three of Apple TV+’s Mythic Quest will return this fall with a ten episode new season. The series follows a group of video game developers tasked with building worlds, molding heroes and creating legends, but the most hard-fought battles don’t occur in the game – they happen in the office. In season three, as Ian and Poppy navigate the gaming world and their partnership at the newly formed GrimPop Studios, Dana is forced to play mediator to her bosses’ incessant bickering. Back at Mythic Quest, David settles into his new role as the boss where he truly finds himself in charge for the first time with Jo returning as his assistant – more loyal and militant than ever; and Carol attempts to figure out where she fits in after a new promotion. At Berkeley, Rachel struggles to balance her morals with capitalism, while a post-prison Brad tries to return to society as a reformed man.
The Sandman premieres on Netflix August 5. The series is based on the beloved award-winning DC comic series written by Neil Gaiman. When the Sandman, aka Dream – the powerful cosmic being who controls all our dreams – is unexpectedly captured and held prisoner for over a century, he must journey across different worlds and timelines to fix the chaos his absence has caused.
Season three of Paramount+’s Star Trek: Lower Decks premieres August 25. The new season challenges the U.S.S. Cerritos ensigns in (hilarious) ways they could never imagine, starting with a shocking resolution for season two’s epic cliffhanger finale.
Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire premieres on AMC October 2. Based on Anne Rice’s revolutionary gothic novel, Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire follows Louis de Pointe du Lac, Lestat de Lioncourt and Claudia’s epic story of love, blood, and the perils of immortality, as told to journalist Daniel Molloy. Chafing at the limitations of life as a black man in 1900s New Orleans, Louis finds it impossible to resist the rakish Lestat’s offer of the ultimate escape: joining him as his vampire companion. But Louis’s intoxicating new powers come with a violent price, and the introduction of Lestat’s newest fledgling, the child vampire Claudia, soon sets them on a decades-long path of revenge and atonement.
The third and final season of Paramount+’s Star Trek: Picard will premiere in 2023. The series features Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation, and follows this iconic character into the next chapter of his life. LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Jonathan Frakes, Gates McFadden, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan and Michelle Hurd star alongside Patrick Stewart in the third and final season.
Fox’s upcoming new animated series Krapopolis will get a special preview November 27 ahead of its 2023 premiere. The series centers on a flawed family of humans, gods and monsters that tries to run one of the world’s first cities without killing each other.
Peacock’s The End Is Nye premieres August 25. Bill Nye the Science Guy returns to host an all-new science disaster series. Each episode explores an epic global disaster with engaging VFX spectacles, then demystifies them using science to show how we can survive, mitigate, and even prevent them. Sprinkled with Seth MacFarlane’s signature humor, this extremely timely series explores end-of-the-world scenarios with Bill Nye at the center of it all.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds will crossover with Star Trek: Lower Decks in the upcoming second season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. In this special crossover episode, featuring both live-action and animation, fans can expect to see Ensign Beckett Mariner, voiced by Tawny Newsome, and Ensign Brad Boimler, voiced by Jack Quaid, from Star Trek: Lower Decks, joining the U.S.S. Enterprise in season two of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.
The Simpsons will air two “Treehouse of Horror” episodes this upcoming season. The Halloween tradition will continue with the first episode following the usual form of three separate vignettes. The second will be a full episode length parody of It. One of the stories will also be a riff on the Death Note story.
Missy Elliott will guest star in an upcoming episode of Cartoon Network’s Craig of the Creek. In the episode, “The Jump Off,” Craig challenges a group of Creek kids to a double dutch jump rope competition, even though he has no idea how to double dutch. Elliott plays Carla Frazier, the 1989 Double Dutch Champion, and rival to Craig’s mom, Nicole, who was the previous Double Dutch Queen.
Zack Snyder will make his Teen Titans Go! debut, guest starring on an upcoming episode of the Cartoon Network series. Snyder will appear as himself in the series’ 365th episode titled, “365!” premiering this fall. Rap trio De La Soul also returns to Teen Titans Go! for another guest appearance during the series’ upcoming eighth season. The band previously appeared as themselves in a season six episode titled, “Don’t Press Play,” that parodied their real-life music rights battle.
Anderson .Paak will return for season two of the Cartoon Network series, We Baby Bears, along with his son, Soul Rasheed, as the Triple T Tigers music group. Willow Smith is also on board to join the adorable bears and reprise her role as Unica, magical unicorn and forest protector. The series will also crossover this fall with HBO Max’s Summer Camp Island.
American Dad! returns for season 17 on TBS September 5. This season also features a special guest lineup including Terry Crews as Heinrich Brown, a ruthless insurance adjuster hellbent on bringing bad drivers to justice but trapped behind the façade of his macho exterior is a tender man with a song in his heart; Jared Harris as Merlin, a busy, always on-the-go, multi-hyphenate, wizard. Even though he’s the most powerful being in his realm, Merlin still relies on a team of employees to help juggle his numerous projects and appearances; Laurie Metcalf as Eilzabeth, a leading egg scientist and researcher at Groff Community College; Jason Isaacs as Jumpers, the leader of a manipulative gang of frogs – he’s as evil as he is charming, and he’ll stop at nothing to make sure he gets what he wants; and Patti Harrison as Ali, a really cool sophomore girl who pops ghost peppers like they’re nothing, and thinks love doesn’t exist. Steve can’t resist her.
All three seasons of The Orville are coming to Disney+ August 10. The first two seasons aired on Fox before moving to hulu for the current third season and will also continue to stream there. Set 400 years in the future, the series follows the adventures of The Orville, a mid-level exploratory spaceship. Its crew, both human and alien, face the wonders and dangers of outer space. In the new, third season, the crew of the U.S.S. Orville continue their mission of exploration, as they navigate both the mysteries of the universe and the complexities of their own interpersonal relationships.
Fox’s The Great North premieres September 25. The animated series is heading into its third season.
The third and final season of Apple TV+’s See premieres August 26. The series is set in a brutal and primitive future, hundreds of years after humankind has lost the ability to see. In season three, almost a year has passed since Baba Voss defeated his nemesis brother Edo and bid farewell to his family to live remotely in the forest. But when a Trivantian scientist develops a new and devastating form of sighted weaponry that threatens the future of humanity, Baba returns to Paya in order to protect his tribe once more.
Docuseries Queer for Fear premieres September 29 on Shudder. The four episode series tells the history of the LGBTQ+ community in the horror and thriller genres. From its literary origins with queer authors Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, and Oscar Wilde to the pansy craze of the 1920s that influenced Universal Monsters and Hitchcock; from the “lavender scare” alien invasion films of the mid-20th century to the AIDS obsessed bloodletting of 80s vampire films; through genre-bending horrors from a new generation of queer creators; Queer for Fear re-examines genre stories through a queer lens, seeing them not as violent, murderous narratives, but as tales of survival that resonate thematically with queer audiences everywhere.
Family Guy returns to Fox September 25. The series will be returning for its 21st season.
Dating series Love in the Flesh premieres on hulu July 26. The series focuses on six real-life potential couples who have already formed relationships via dating apps and social media but who have never met each other in the real world. These online daters are whisked away from the pressures of daily life and their screens to explore whether their online relationships can turn into love in the flesh. It’s the first date of a lifetime, as they meet each other at a beautiful Greek beach house. Having started their relationships through apps and DMs, some couples have been chatting for years whilst others have only been flirting for months or weeks. But does their online persona match their real-world self?
The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe is coming soon to Cartoon Network and HBO Max.
Batwheels premieres on Batman Day, September 17 on Cartoonito on HBO Max. The prequel special will be titled “Secret Origin of the Batwheels.” Batwheels follows a group of young sentient super-powered vehicles as they defend Gotham City alongside Batman, Robin, and Batgirl.