Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Billy on the Street’ Returns, ‘Step Up’ Premiere Date, ‘Spy x Family’ Trailer, HGTV Renews Series, ‘If Only’ Premiere Date, Sarah Paulson Joins ‘The Way Down’, and More!

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A new episode of Billy on the Street will premiere September 20. The series hosted by Billy Eichner has been on hiatus for the last three years. The episode will feature guest star Paul Rudd returning. Eichner’s gay rom-com film Bros premieres in theaters September 30. 

Season three of Step Up will premiere on Starz October 16. The hit franchise follows the non-stop drama, scandalous romance, betrayals and rivalries told through the intersection of the worlds of music and dance within a highly sought-after performance empire. Welcome to High Water – a next level incubator for new artistic talent, where danger, corruption, suspicions, desires, resentments, and ambitions collide in and out of the halls of the headquarters. As the label’s talent roster grows, High Water founder and megastar Sage Odom faces murder charges, financial ruin and powerful political enemies. His partner in business and in love, Collette Jones struggles to maintain their image as she balances a nationwide tour and stepping out of her role as the woman behind the empire all while carrying a secret that threatens to ruin it all. 

Spy x Family returns for the second half of its first season October 1 on Crunchyroll. The series stars a spy who fakes a family to fit into his current assignment. Little does he know, the wife he recruits is a trained assassin, and the daughter he adopts is a telepath. The series is based on the popular manga series of the same name. 

HGTV has renewed both Building Roots and Why the Heck Did I Buy This House? for eight episode second seasons. Building Roots spotlights beautiful and innovative home renos inspired by the stunning natural surroundings of dreamy Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Husband and wife duo Ben and Cristi Dozier build, design and renovate properties in their hometown, delivering one-of-a-kind, highly personalized work that always exceeds their clients’ expectations. Why the Heck Did I Buy This House? stars former Survivor winner Kim Wolfe as she helps clients who feel stuck with dysfunctional layouts, outdated style and overlooked potential finally fall in love with their reinvented dream home.

If Only premieres on Netflix October 28. The Turkish romance series follows Emma, a woman who is unhappy with her present and who will have the opportunity to change her life and start again. Trapped in a routine without any romance or excitement, she realizes that if she could go back in time, she would not accept Nando’s marriage proposal and decides she should divorce him. A couple of days later, while being on her way to see a rare lunar eclipse with her friends, a glitch in time sends her back 10 years earlier, to 2008. Her 30-year-old mind is trapped in her 20-year-old body. Life gives her a chance to reevaluate who she was and who she wants to become, with the distinct advantage of already knowing what the next decade holds for the world. 

Sarah Paulson will portray Gwen Shamblin in a scripted adaptation of HBO Max’s The Way Down. She will play a cultish figure who created a Christian based diet program.

Eugene Cordero has been promoted to series regular for the upcoming second season of Disney+’s Loki. He plays an employee at the Time Variance Authority aka TVA. The series is the first Marvel Disney+ series to receive a second season so far. 

Hallmark Media has signed an overall deal with Alison Sweeney. She will star in A Magical Christmas Village with Luke Macfarlane and special guest star Marlo Thomas. The movie will premiere on Hallmark Channel later this year during Countdown to Christmas. 

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