The follow up to YOLO: Crystal Fantasy, YOLO: Silver Destiny will premiere on adult swim January 15 with back to back episodes. The season sees the return of Australia’s favorite party girls, Sarah and Rachel, who are still looking for fun times, new experiences, positive vibes, and hot guys in the bizarre town of Wollongong.
Patti LaBelle will play the mother of Dulé Hill’s character on the second season of ABC’s The Wonder Years. She will appear in two episodes. The season will premiere at midseason.
Hulu has ordered limited series Under The Bridge. The eight episode series is based on the book by Rebecca Godfrey which tells the story of a teenager who never returns home. A group of teenagers were later accused of murdering her.
Netflix is no longer going forward with Grendel, a series based on the comic from Dark Horse. It was originally given an eight episode order, but will now be shopped to other outlets.
Season two of Peacock’s One Of Us Is Lying will premiere October 20. The Bayview Four have a very deadly secret. In the new season, we’ll see just how far they’ll go to protect their secret, themselves, and each other.
The Playlist premieres on Netflix October 13. In this fictionalized account, a Swedish tech entrepreneur and his partners set out to revolutionize the music industry with a legal streaming platform. Led by Daniel Ek, a group of passionate young entrepreneurs come together in what seems to be the impossible task to change the music industry – and the world.
Black Ink Crew New York returns for season ten on VH1 October 18. For the past nine seasons, the crew has proven that they can weather any storm. As the group enters this new season ready to celebrate their wins and leave their losses behind, they will end up facing a reckoning that they never saw coming and must learn how to adjust to a post-Ceaser world.
CCH Pounder has joined the cast of HBO Max’s limited series Full Circle. She joins Zazie Beetz, Claire Danes, Timothy Olyphant, Dennis Quaid, Jharrel Jerome and Sheyi Cole in the series from Steven Soderbergh.
Nate Corddry, Sydney Chandler, Elizabeth Anweis, Miguel Sandoval, and Jason Butler Harner have joiend the cast of Apple TV+’s Sugar. They join Colin Farrell, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Amy Ryan, Anna Gunn, James Cromwell, Dennis Boutsikaris, Alex Hernandez and Lindsay Pulsipher.
Jennifer Ehle has been cast in Paramount+’s 1923. She joins Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren in the Yellowsotne prequel series which will premiere in December 2022.
K.C. Collins will recur in the second season of Fox’s The Cleaning Lady. The series stars Élodie Yung as a woman seeking medical care for her son, ending up as a cleaning lady for the mob.
Nuha Jes Izman will recur in the second season of Showtime’s Yellowjackets. She will play a student on the JV squad.
Mike Epps improves his Indianapolis hometown in HGTV’s new series Buying Back the Block. Mike and his wife Kyra Epps, who’ve already transformed an abandoned firehouse on the block into their stunning new family home, will continue improving the neighborhood and restoring a sense of community with more property renovations. The duo will update each house, adding modern amenities and keeping the original charm, to create affordable and beautiful places for families to buy or rent. The three episode series will premiere summer 2023.
Docuseries Spector premieres on Showtime November 4. The four episode series is about enigmatic, legendary music producer Phil Spector and what happened on the fateful night of February 3, 2003 when actress Lana Clarkson was shot dead in his mansion. Through the lens of this notorious crime and the infamous trial which followed, the series peels back the layers of what actually happened that night to tell the stories of both Clarkson and the man who was convicted of her murder.
Vengeance: Killer Coworkers returns for season seven on HLN October 9. Each episode takes viewers through the twists and turns of a murder investigation, the arrest, and the quest for justice.
Doc Martin will hang up his stethoscope in the final season of Acorn TV’s Doc Martin premiering October 17. The long running British series comes to an end after 18 years on-air. In December, Acorn TV will bid a final farewell to the series with two momentous programming events: the Doc Martin – A Celebration documentary on December 26 and the final series episode – a Christmas special – to premiere December 31.