Production on season two of Heartstopper has begun. Joining the Netflix series are Leila Khan, who will play a student, Bradley Riches, who will also play a student, Jack Barton, who will play Nick’s older brother, and Nima Taleghani, who will play a teacher. The first season cast will all be returning as well.
Season 19 of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy premieres October 6. The new season will see star Ellen Pompeo cut back her time on the show, and will also introduce a new group of residents at the hospital.
Season four of The Dragon Prince titled The Dragon Prince: Mystery of Aaravos premieres this November on Netflix. An extraordinary discovery inspires two human princes and an elven assassin to team up on an epic quest to bring peace to their warring lands.
Apple TV+ will air the upcoming Untitled Vince Gilligan Project. The streamer has picked it up straight to series for two seasons. Rhea Seehorn will star in the project, reuniting her with Gilligan after her run on Better Call Saul.
FX has renewed Reservation Dogs for a third season set to stream on hulu. The series follows four Indigenous teenagers in rural Oklahoma. After the death of the fifth member of the Reservation Dogs, the crew took to stealing, scheming and saving in order to vicariously fulfill his dream of reaching the exotic, mysterious and faraway land of California. But after a promising start to their criminal endeavors, including the legendary heist of a Flaming Flamers chips truck, swiping some old lady’s weed edibles and some low-grade grand theft auto, the plan went bust. The gang disbanded, with everyone trying to forge their own paths. The season two finale airs September 28.
HBO’s We’re Here returns for season three November 25. The six episode series follows renowned drag queens Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela as they continue their journey across small-town America, spreading love and connection through the art of drag. In each town, the queens inspire their “drag daughters” to express their genuine selves in front of their families, friends and communities, at times facing increased opposition and anti-LGBTQ+ legislation laws.
Netflix has renewed Love on the Spectrum for a third season. It has also renewed The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On for a second season. It was also announced that JoAnna Garcia Swisher will host The Ultimatum: Queer Love. Season three of Indian Matchmaking will premiere Spring 2023. Jewish Matchmaking will also premiere in Spring 2023.
Martin Sensmeier will recur in the upcoming second season of La Brea. He will play the leader of a group who comes into conflict with the main cast. Season two of the NBC series premieres September 28.
Jerome Flynn has been cast in Paramount+’s 1923. He joins Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren in the Yellowstone prequel series. It will premiere later this year.
Chris Diamantopoulos, Ashley Romans and Katja Herbers have joined the cast of Peacock’s Mrs. Davis. They join Betty Gilpin, Jake McDorman, David Arquette, Elizabeth Marvel, Andy McQueen, Ben Chaplin and Margo Martindale in the drama series.
A new primetime The Price Is Right at Night special will air September 30 on CBS. It will feature Young Sheldon stars Iain Armitage and Raegan Revord and an audience of twins, echoing the twins Armitage and Revord portray on the comedy series.
Interior design sensation Galey Alix – who captivates millions of followers across TikTok and Instagram with her impressive home transformations – will star in a new HGTV series. The episode series will follow Galey, a Wall Street executive by day and a designer by night, as she uses her smarts, passion and amazing problem solving techniques to completely transform her clients’ spaces and deliver stunning designs. Along with her trusty team of weekend warriors, she will use her supreme do-it-yourself skills to deliver one-of-a-kind renovations in less than four days. The series will premiere Spring 2023.
CNN’s (More Than) A Cooking Show will premiere this fall. The food series hosted by Alison Roman was initially set to premiere on CNN+ before it was shut down.
Hemlock Grove, one of Netflix’s first original series on the streamer, will be leaving the service October 22. The series ran for three seasons.
In the lead up to the midterm elections, Jake Tapper will host CNN Tonight at 9PM. Alisyn Camerota and Laura Coates will host the 10PM slot. Both timeslots were left vacant following the firing of Chris Cuomo and Don Lenon moving to the morning. The new lineup will air October 10 through November 8.
28 Days Haunted will premiere on Netflix October 21. Four adventurous teams of paranormal investigators will be hand-picked and given the chance to participate in the most extreme Paranormal experiment of all time. If any of these teams can last 28 days in a terrifying, haunted location, they’ll gain acclaim and recognition for being a part of the most important advancement in paranormal research in the last several decades.
Save Our Squad with David Beckham will premiere on Disney+ November 9. The heartwarming series sees David Beckham return to his East London roots to mentor Westward Boys, a young, grassroots team who are at the bottom of their league, facing relegation. However, this isn’t just any league… this is the same league that David played in as a young boy. Working with the head coaches, he’ll try to turn the team’s fortunes around.
The Devil’s Hour premieres on Prime Video October 28. The series is a gripping psychological thriller where Lucy’s nightmares draw her into a hunt for a serial killer in a world where nothing is as it seems.
ABC will air a highlights show of the 2022 Global Citizen Festival from two stages in international cultural capitals, New York City and Accra, Ghana, with the special Global Citizen Festival: Take Action NOW, airing September 25. The special will feature performances from across the globe by Mariah Carey, Jonas Brothers, Metallica, Usher, SZA, Tems and more.
HBO’s docuseries The Vow, Part Two will premiere October 17. The six episode series is set against the backdrop of the federal trial of The United States against Keith Raniere. The series offers a rare view into Raniere’s innermost circle, including NXIVM co-founder Nancy Salzman. It follows the legal and emotional journeys of the group’s founders, supporters, and defectors as new evidence and stunning revelations come to light, while federal prosecutors and defense attorneys engage in a trial in the national spotlight.
Season two of Wahl Street premieres on HBO Max October 6. The ten episode series offers fans a glimpse into global star Mark Wahlberg’s life as he juggles the demands of a rigorous film schedule coupled with an ever-growing network of diverse businesses.
Netflix’s The Empress premieres September 29. In an incredible twist of fate and against all expectations, an unusual love ignites between Emperor Franz and Elisabeth. Together they embark on a dangerous path. Surrounded by power struggles and intrigues, Elisabeth confronts those who do not believe in her.
Academy Dreams: Leeds United premieres on Prime Video September 23. The series follows the fortunes of Leeds United’s young stars bidding to become Premier League players.
Limited docuseries Conversations with a Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes premieres on Netflix October 7. The three episode series explores the warped mind of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer through newly-unearthed recorded interviews with his legal team, revealing the ways that race, sexuality, class and policing allowed him to prey upon Milwaukee’s marginalized communities.
Season two of Ghost Brothers: Lights Out premieres on discovery+ Octover 7. In the eight episode season, Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey flip the switch on paranormal lore by shining their own light on its darkest secrets. These candid and unorthodox paranormal investigators explore iconic haunted hotspots to find out if the legends are really true and if these places are still plagued by the horror of the events that occurred there. They are ready to expose the haunted holdouts hanging around these locations with unconventional experiments.
Season two of Love During Lockup premieres on WE tv October 21. The series documents the fascinating drama that unfolds when ordinary people first decide to pursue relationships with prison inmates and face an early dating period filled with a very specific set of unique challenges.