HBO Max has renewed Harley Quinn for a fourth season. In the current third season of the biting and uproarious adult animated comedy series, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy wrap up their “Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour” and return to Gotham as the new power couple of DC villainy. Along with their ragtag crew – King Shark, Clayface, Frank the Plant – “Harlivy” strives to become the best version of themselves while also working towards Ivy’s long desired plan of transforming Gotham into an Eden paradise. The season three finale airs September 15.
The final season of Derry Girls will premiere on Netflix October 7. Amidst the political conflict of Northern Ireland in the 1990s, five high school students square off with the universal challenges of being a teenager. The third and final season will consist of seven episodes.
Kyra Sedgwick and Elsie Fisher have joined season two of Prime Video The Summer I Turned Pretty. Both will recur. 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 friendships. It is a coming-of-age story about first love, first heartbreak, and the magic of that one perfect summer.
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City premieres on Bravo September 28. Returning for season three are Housewives Lisa Barlow, Heather Gay, Meredith Marks, Whitney Rose and Jen Shah. Joining this season as friends are Danna Bui-Negrete, Angie Harrington and Angie Katsanevas.
Red Table Talk returns to Facebook Watch September 7. Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne Banfield Norris return with an episode featuring iCarly star Jennette McCurdy who, after years of suffering in silence, bravely opens up about the decades of torment, exploitation and manipulation inflicted by her very own mother.
Season two of The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers premieres on Disney+ September 28. After winning back the Mighty Ducks team name last year, our squad-with-heart and their coach Alex Morrow take to the road to attend an intense summer hockey institute in California run by charming yet hardcore former NHL player, Colin Cole. It’s a place for kids to get excellent at hockey – without school to get in the way. As our Ducks try to survive in this super-competitive environment, they’re faced with the question: Can you win summer?
Hulu has announced The Paloni Show! Halloween Special!, from Solar Opposites creator Justin Roiland. The special stars Roiland, Zach Hadel, Pamela Adlon, Vatche Panos, and Karl Wahlgren. In this special, Leroy, Reggie, and Cheruce Paloni have been given the opportunity of a lifetime to be the hosts of an unforgettable Halloween Special full of “spooky” shorts from a group of up-and-coming animators. It will premiere on October 17
Tasha Smith and Tone Bell have joined the cast of Netflix’s Survival of the Thickest. The two join Michelle Buteau in the series that centers on Mavis Beaumont. Black, plus-size and newly single (not by her choice!), Mavis unexpectedly finds herself having to rebuild her life as a struggling stylist. She’s determined to not only survive but thrive with the support of her chosen family, a body-positive attitude, and a cute v-neck with some lip gloss. The scripted comedy is based on Buteau’s acclaimed book of essays.
Joey Phillips and Izzy Meikle-Small will play Denzell Hunter and Rachel Hunter in the upcoming seventh season of Outlander. The two will play siblings in the Starz series.
Regan Aliyah has joined the cast of Disney+’s Ironheart. The six episode series stars Dominique Thorne along with Anthony Ramos, Manny Montana, Alden Ehrenreich, Shea Couleé and Zoe Terakes.
Tig Notaro has joined the cast of Apple TV+’s The Morning Show. Notaro will recur in the upcoming third season. She joins the recently cast Nicole Beharie and Jon Hamm in the series starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.
Joy Bryant has joined the cast of Disney+’s The Spiderwick Chronicles. She joins Lyon Daniels, Noah Cottrell, and Christian Slater in the series based on the book series by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black.
HGTV has renewed Lil Jon Wants to Do What? for a second season. Lil Jon, alongside popular designer and expert builder Anitra Mecadon, will push his creative vision to bold new heights, maxing out homes with over-the-top features that wow homeowners and fans alike. The new season will premiere in 2023.
Country music’s hottest superstars return to celebrate the new year when CBS presents New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash December 31. The star-studded special will be packed with high-energy performances celebrating the excitement and anticipation of a new year. The first round of performers announced to ring in the new year include Brooks & Dunn, Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town and Zac Brown Band. Additional artists and information about the special will be announced at a later date.
Season fifteen of American Greed premieres on CNBC September 27. Narrated by Stacy Keach, the series features unprecedented access and eye-opening first interviews with victims and whistleblowers, and goes beyond the sensational headlines to tell diverse tales of excess, outrage and gross abuses of power. Some people will do anything for money.
Paramount+ is offering a new bundle that brings the service’s expansive library of original series, hit shows and popular movies for the whole family together with the Showtime service’s premium portfolio of critically acclaimed and boundary-pushing programming, all within the Paramount+ app. The Paramount+ with Showtime bundle is available to U.S. subscribers at a special, limited time price of $7.99 per month for the Essential Plan and $12.99 per month for the Premium Plan.
Nickelodeon and the NFL are teaming up again to bring Slimetime back to Primetime with a second season of NFL Slimetime. The new season premieres September 14. CBS Sports Analyst and Former NFL Standout Nate Burleson and Nick Star Young Dylan Return as Hosts, with Segments from Correspondents Dylan Schefter, George Johnston IV and New Reporter Mia Burleson.
As football season kicks off, FS1’s daily studio slate returns in full force – offering 12 consecutive hours of coverage on the network each weekday. The day begins with The Carton Show at 7am, followed by FS1 cornerstones Skip and Shannon: Undisputed at 9:30am and The Herd with Colin Cowherd at 12pm. The slate continues with First Things First in a new timeslot at 3pm, followed by a fresh lineup on Speak at 4:30pm, with NASCAR Race Hub rounding out the day at 6pm. The new lineup premieres September 6.
Love & Marriage: Huntsville is back with new episodes September 10 on OWN. The new episodes continue to follow the group as they navigate their businesses, friendships and relationships in Huntsville, Alabama. The new season rehashes the fallout from Melody and Martell’s relationship as the two reconnect, and Melody admits to Stormi that she is cautiously moving forward with him, while Martell explores unexpected business ventures. Also, Kimmi confronts Maurice with infidelity rumors, Tiffany searches for her birth father, and Wanda’s past resurfaces
Santo premieres on Netflix September 16. Two cops on opposite sides of the Atlantic engage in a desperate hunt for a vicious international drug dealer whose face has never been revealed.
Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory premieres on Disney+ September 8. The five episode Whale series from National Geographic follows the charismatic 29-year-old BAFTA-winning cinematographer as he immerses himself into the animals’ lives to capture the untold stories of iconic creatures living in some of the harshest environments on our planet, from the icy worlds of Antarctica to the remote forests of Zambia, Africa, to the Pacific Ocean hundreds of miles off the coast of Costa Rica. Bertie’s youthful curiosity is matched by his magnetism and ceaseless drive to take viewers on an epic and heart-warming journey to discover the fascinating, wonderous world we live in – sometimes even breaking the fourth wall to engage directly with viewers in a charming and accessible way.
The newest installment of HLN Investigates premieres September 18 on HLN. Runaway Mom: The Sherri Papini Story will examine the twisted hoax perpetrated by Sherri Papini the night before her highly-anticipated sentencing. Police in Redding, CA were baffled by the disappearance of married young mom of two, Sherri Papini, while out for a jog. Weeks later she reappears, dazed, battered, and bruised. When investigators uncover a shocking ruse involving an ex-lover, it becomes clear there is even more to this story than they originally thought. It features stunning details about her past and the pattern leading up to her disappearance, chilling audio from the 911 call placed by Papini’s husband, and illuminating interviews with lead investigators, community members, and former Mayor of Redding Missy McArthur.
Sago Mini Friends premiers on Apple TV+ September 16. The new preschool animated series is based on the App “Sago Mini World.” The series is an adorable nod to gratitude, featuring Harvey the floppy-eared dog and his best friends, Jinja the cat, Jack the rabbit, and Robin the bird. Along with a unique cast of residents as colorful as their own whimsical world, the four friends play, explore, imagine and celebrate daily in their joyful town of Sagoville. In each episode, Harvey and all his friends express their true thankfulness for all things, big and small, through optimism, kindness, preschool-friendly humor and unforgettable original songs!