Yellowstone returns for season five on Paramount Network November 13 with back to back episodes. The explosive new trailer opens with John Dutton being sworn in as Governor of Montana, and shows the chaos, enemies and “war” that immediately follow.
Amazon Freevee’s heist drama series Leverage: Redemption returns on November 16. The series follows a Robin Hood-esque team of criminals as they stage elaborate cons against wealthy and powerful individuals on behalf of clients who have been wronged. The thirteen episode season will kick off with three episodes. The season finale will air January 25.
Entergalactic premieres on Netflix September 30. From the mind of Kid Cudi and executive producer Kenya Barris comes a story of two young artists navigating the twists and turns of finding love in New York City.
Apple TV+ has set premiere dates for four of its series. The Mosquito Coast will return for season two November 4. Season three of Mythic Quest will premiere November 11. Slow Horses returns for season two December 2. Little America returns with eight new episodes December 9.
Season eleven of FX’s horror anthology series American Horror Story will premiere October 19 with back to back episodes. The season, titled AHS: NYC, will air two episodes a week and will star Joe Mantello, Billie Lourd, Zachary Quinto, Russell Tovey, Leslie Grossman, Charlie Carver, Sandra Bernhard, Isaac Powell, Denis O’Hare and Patti LuPone.
NBC has ordered Untitled Mike O’Malley Comedy to series. The series stars Donald Faison, Abigail Spencer, Finn Sweeney, and Sofia Capanna. After an amicable divorce, Jim and Julia decide to continue to raise their kids at the family home while taking turns on who gets to stay with them. Navigating the waters of divorce and child-sharing gets more complicated for Jim when the owner of his favorite sports team enters the picture and wins Julia’s heart.
Marvel’s Armor Wars will no longer be a series for Disney+. The project starring Don Cheadle will now become a full length film. Head writer Yassir Lester will remain as writer.
Illusionist and series creator Criss Angel, Loni Love and Magician Lance Burton have been set as judges of The CW’s new series Criss Angel’s Magic with the Stars. Comedian Eddie Griffin will host from the Criss Angel Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino Las Vegas. Donny Osmond, Frankie Muniz, Brec Bassinger, Debbie Gibson, Matt Walsh, Flavor Flav, Randy Couture, Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski are among the celebrity guests set to compete this season. Each episode, two celebrities train with Criss and learn his award-winning, revolutionary magic to compete and create a mind-blowing series of magic performances. The highest-scoring celebrity will win the coveted Golden Wand.
Netflix has renewed German series Kleo for season two. The spy thriller is set in 1987.
Jim Gaffigan has joined the cast of HBO Max’s Full Circle. He joins Zazie Beetz, Claire Danes, Timothy Olyphant, Dennis Quaid, Jharrel Jerome, Sheyi Cole and CCH Pounder in the series from Steven Soderbergh.
Austin Hébert, Jonah Wharton and Hannah Love Lanier have joined the cast of Paramount+’s Lioness. They join Zoe Saldaña, Laysla De Oliveira, Dave Annable, LaMonica Garrett and James Jordan in the series from Taylor Sheridan.
Elizabeth Perkins has joined the cast of HBO Max’s Minx. She will recur in the series starring Ophelia Lovibond and Jake Johnson.
Mary McDonnell has been cast alongside Justin Hartley in CBS’s drama pilot The Never Game. The project is an adaptation of the book by Jeffery Deaver.
Addie Weyrich, Sydney Kuhne and Sabrina Wu have been cast in FX’s Untitled Lauren Ludwig comedy pilot.
OWN has renewed four unscripted series totaling over 85 hours of new content. Belle Collective, Love & Marriage: D.C.,Love & Marriage: Huntsville, and Put A Ring On It will all return in 2023 starting with Love & Marriage: D.C. in January.
Bravo’s Southern Charm two episode reunion special will premiere October 6. Host Andy Cohen sits down with Venita Aspen, Leva Bonaparte, Craig Conover, Kathryn Dennis, Olivia Flowers, Taylor Ann Green, Austen Kroll, Madison LeCroy, Naomie Olindo and Shep Rose to revisit the relationships and resentments that unfolded this season.
Charmaine Bingwa, Nkeki Obi-Melekwe, Tony Kgoroge, Sindi Dlathu and Bahle Hadebe have joined the cast of Showtime’s drama series King Shaka. The series is an epic drama centered around one man’s personal journey from stigmatized childhood to legendary king.
Halloween in Hollywood will air on NBC October 1. Hosted by Chris Hardwick from Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights, this immersive fan-focused event will be a celebration of horror fandom and of NBCUniversal’s role in defining and redefining the genre over the past century and its vision for the future of horror. The special will include a message from “Halloween Ends” star Jamie Lee Curtis, and more. It will also feature a sneak peek at the film, which arrives in theaters and begins streaming only on Peacock Oct. 14.
Season three of Bite Size Halloween premieres on hulu October 1. Created by exciting emerging filmmakers with 20th Digital Studio, these shorts take on topical issues and blend genres like horror, comedy, sci-fi and thriller. Don’t miss actors such as Tatiana Maslany, Brendan Hines, Misha Osherovich, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Lin Shaye and David Costabile; plus Rebekka Johnson and Kate Nash who co-wrote/directed/star in a short featuring Nash’s original music.
Netflix’s Barbarians returns for season two October 21. A year after Varus’ defeat, a new Roman general gets settled in Germania as Ari seeks to become king of all the tribes – but a rival stands in his way. New Heroes, new alliances, new enemies – the battle is not over.
Lucy Lawless returns for another round of crime solving and intrigue in season three of My Life Is Murder premiering October 10 on Acorn TV. Alexa Crowe is back in her hometown of Auckland, New Zealand with ten new intriguing cases that pit her against fascinating, powerful and surprising suspects each week – everyone from eccentric billionaires to grieving florists, and tango dancers to fiery fashionistas. The only thing they have in common is that none of them are expecting Alexa’s unique brand of crime solving, but they quickly learn that you underestimate Alexa Crowe at your own risk.
Man on Pause premieres on Netflix October 7. Amid the onset of andropause, a 50-something family man becomes obsessed with change and decides to pursue happiness. Then he bungles it up completely.
CMT has named country music icon Alan Jackson as “Artist of a Lifetime” presented by Ram Trucks at the 2022 CMT Artists of the Year celebration October 14. The celebration, hailing from Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center, will honor Jackson and previously announced honorees Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson, Kane Brown, Luke Combs and Walker Hayes with special never-before-seen performances, special guests and congratulatory moments. Additional honorees, performers and presenters for the 90-minute special to be announced in the coming weeks.
Shards of Her will premiere on Netflix October 28. Waking up from a coma, an accomplished headhunter finds herself in an alternate reality where she has to revisit an excruciating childhood trauma.
Daniel Spellbound will premiere on Netflix October 27. In modern day New York City, magic is real – it’s just hidden from the public. But Daniel Spellbound knows just where to find it. Making his living “tracking” hard to find magical objects, Daniel catches the attention of the wrong people when he discovers a rare artifact and suddenly the fate of magical world hangs in the balance.