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The fourth and final season of FX’s Atlanta premieres September 15. The new ten episode season finds Earn, Alfred ‘Paper Boi’ Miles, Darius, and Van back in their hometown. But the question is, has Atlanta changed, or have they?

Heartbreak High premieres on Netflix September 14. An incendiary mural exposes everyone’s secret hook-ups at Hartley High. Its author, Amerie, has to grapple with the messy fallouts as a total outcast. The eight episode series is a reboot of the Australian drama series of the same name. 

Freeform has renewed Good Trouble for a fifth season. The series is a spinoff of The Fosters and follows Callie and Mariana as they move to downtown Los Angeles, living in a communal living space called The Coterie. The sisters navigate love, sex, and the complicated relationships that come with living in a new city in your 20s. The series saw Maia Mitchell, who plays Callie, depart at the start of the fourth season. 

Showtime canceled anthology series The First Lady after one season. The first season focused on Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Ford and Michelle Obama. Gillian Anderson, Michelle Pfeiffer and Viola Davis portrayed each of the first ladies. 

Season eleven of anthology series American Horror Story will return this fall on FX. There is no word yet on the title, theme of the new season or who will appear in it. More information will be announced soon. 

Paramount+ and Comedy Central have ordered animated series Everybody Still Hates Chris. The series is a reimagined version of the UPN/The CW series Everybody Hates Chris, inspired by Chris Rock’s family growing up. 

Freeform’s unscripted series The Come Up will premiere September 13. The series is a glimpse into the wildest feelings and vibrant moments that define coming-of-age in a post-pandemic New York. It follows six young disruptors as they emerge from downtown New York to follow their dreams and pursue love and art on their own terms. The show follows the creative NYC underground, giving viewers an exclusive look into how the next generation of icons define themselves and how culture is created. The cast comprises a group of ambitious, action-oriented and diverse Gen Z New Yorkers whose careers are on the rise, including Taofeek Abijako, Fernando Casablancas, Ben Hard, Claude Shwartz, Ebon Trower and Sophia Wilson. Each person is thriving in their respective fields: modeling, fashion design, photography, acting and nightlife organizing. The series was formerly known as Day to Night. 

FX has ordered limited series The Veil and will air on hulu. The thriller series explores the surprising and fraught relationship between two women who play a deadly game of truth and lies on the road from Istanbul to Paris and London. One woman has a secret, the other a mission to reveal it before thousands of lives are lost. It will star Elisabeth Moss. 

Merle Dandridge, Josh Randall, and Pat Healy have been promoted to series regulars on ABC’s Station 19. The three previously recurred. The sixth season premieres October 6. 

Rakhee Thakrar will not be returning for the upcoming fourth season of Netflix’s Sex Education. She joins Patricia Allison, Tanya Reynolds, and Simone Ashley who will also not be returning. 

ABC’s midseason comedy series Not Dead Yet has added Hannah Simone as a series regular. The series underwent some retooling since the pilot was filmed, leaning into the workplace aspect of the series rather than the friendship side. Jessica St. Clair and Mary Elizabeth Ellis departed the series while Rick Glassman was shifted to recurring. 

Sara Amini and Joel Johnstone have joined CBS’s CSI: Vegas in recurring roles. They will play medical examiners and fill the void left when season one regular Mel Rodriguez departed after the completion of the season. 

Skeet Ulrich has joined the cast of AMC’s The Driver. He joins Giancarlo Esposito in the drama series based on the British series of the same name. 

William Jackson Harper, Tom Pelphrey, Aml Ameen, Sarah Jones, Jon Michael Hill, and Chanté Adams have joined the cast of Netflix’s limited series A Man in Full. The six episode series is based on the book by Tom Wolfe. They join Jeff Daniels and Diane Lane. 

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong is returning to Bravo, but in a different Housewives franchise. Armstrong will appear in season seventeen of Real Housewives of Orange County. She will appear as a “friend”, making her the first housewife to appear in another franchise in a major way. 

Prime Video announced a new alternate Thursday Night Football stream will air. TNF with Dude Perfect will see the kings of viral sports videos bring their talents to TNF, offering viewers a comedic, free-wheeling, and unprecedented approach to an NFL broadcast. Watch the guys predict what happens in the next play and welcome an entertaining parade of dunk tanks, pudding cannons, special guests, and the occasional world record attempt. Thursday Night Football kicks off on Prime Video September 15. 

Hard Knocks: The Detroit Lions premieres August 9 on HBO. HBO Sports and NFL Films are partnering with the Detroit Lions for an unfiltered all-access look at what it takes to make it in the National Football League. 

Netflix’s The Brave Ones premieres September 16. An all-mighty goddess reincarnated as a young woman must harness her divine powers to avenge her sister’s death and protect her family from destruction.

Heathers: The Musical is coming to Roku September 16. The West End performance was recorded in this special presentation of the musical based on the film. 

Season two of NFL Icons premieres on EPIX September 10. The eight episode docuseries is narrated by Rich Eisen. The series pulls from decades of interviews, highlights, mic’d-up sound, and never-before-seen off-the-field moments. The football greats who will be featured in the new season are NFL Hall of Famers John Madden, Walter Payton, Jimmy Johnson, Steve Young, Ray Lewis, Troy Aikman, Cris Carter, and Tony Dungy. Each episode will provide fresh insight and perspective on their careers and unique backstories in a stylized NFL Films presentation. 

Animated series Lost Ollie premieres on Netflix August 24. When Ollie, a stuffed toy, awakens to discover himself in an unfamiliar place, he embarks on an epic journey to find his best friend Billy. The four episode series features the voices of Jonathan Groff, Tim Blake Nelson, and Mary J. Blige and stars Jake Johnson, Gina Rodriguez, and Kesler Talbot.
Lee Arvoy
Lee Arvoy joined the TV Source team in the summer of 2020 as a TV Writer.

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