Mythic Quest returns for season three on Apple TV+ November 11 with two episodes. The ten episode season will air through January 6. The series follows a group of video game developers tasked with building worlds, molding heroes and creating legends, but the most hard-fought battles don’t occur in the game – they happen in the office. In season three, as Ian and Poppy navigate the gaming world and their partnership at the newly formed GrimPop Studios, Dana is forced to play mediator to her bosses’ incessant bickering. Back at Mythic Quest, David settles into his new role as the boss where he truly finds himself in charge for the first time with Jo returning as his assistant – more loyal and militant than ever; and Carol attempts to figure out where she fits in after a new promotion. At Berkeley, Rachel struggles to balance her morals with capitalism, while a post-prison Brad tries to return to society as a reformed man.
Riches will premiere on Prime Video December 2. The six episode series follows the exploits of the stylish, privileged, super-successful Richards family. When Stephen Richards passes suddenly, the family’s world comes crashing down. As his business hangs in the balance, his different sets of children are about to collide as they vie for control.
Showtime has passed on renewing The Man Who Fell To Earth for a second season. The series was initially developed as a limited series but left moments for potential continuations to be adapted. The series starred Chiwetel Ejiofor, Naomie Harris and Bill Nighy.
Food Network has renewed Bobby’s Triple Threat for a second season. In each one-hour episode, one extraordinarily talented and eager chef is challenged to go against the trio of Bobby’s handpicked culinary titans – Tiffany Derry, Michael Voltaggio and Brooke Williamson – for a chance to take home $25,000. The stakes couldn’t be higher, as Bobby celebrates and tests the most talented chefs in America. This is Bobby’s game and Bobby’s chefs, and there’s only one rule: it’s all or nothing.
Chance The Rapper and Niall Horan will join The Voice season 23 as coaches. They join returning coach Kelly Clarkson and original coach Blake Shelton on the NBC series. Season 23 will also be the last season for Shelton who will depart after the season. Carson Daly will return as host. Season 23 will premiere in Spring 2023.
An all new season of Little People, Big World premieres on TLC November 1. The Roloff Family faces uncertain times. Many hurt feelings remain over Matt’s decision to sell the North side of the farm and the waiting game begins on whether Matt can find a buyer. Zach and Tori are settling nicely into their new house in Washington but there’s no time to relax because baby #3 shakes things up by coming early. Zach and Tori are now outnumbered and will have to adjust to life with three kids. Matt puts his dream house into overdrive because his plan is still to marry Caryn and move in and enjoy his retirement. Amy and Chris are loving their first year of married life but find themselves caught in the middle of a cold war between Matt and Zach’s family. Will Matt and Zach’s rift heal so that the Roloff clan can come together?
Starz announced new and returning actors set for the upcoming new seventh season of Outlander. Graham McTavish, Nell Hudson, Steven Cree and Lotte Verbeek will all reprise their roles on the series. Gloria Obianyo, Diarmaid Murtagh, Rod Hallett, Chris Fulton and Kristin Atherton are the latest to join the series.
Kelli Giddish’s final episode of Law & Order: SVU will air December 8. Giddish announced in August that the current season would be her last.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion: Part 1 will premiere on Bravo October 12. The special will feature an appearance from Jamie Lee Curtis.
Mary McCartney Serves It Up returns for season two on discovery+ November 1. In each episode, Mary shares her sincere love of cooking, showcasing her accessible vegetarian food philosophy for all to enjoy with her quick and easy recipes that are perfect for every occasion. From family snacks and weekend brunch to impromptu barbecues and impressive dinner parties, Mary and her famous friends celebrate food and friendship, and exchanging stories and memories, while enjoying incredible homemade meat-free meals.
Jeopardy! Will air a new tournament called Second Chance Tournament starting October 17. Contestants who failed to win their episodes will return for the chance to compete again. The winner will earn a spot in the upcoming Tournament of Champions which begins October 31.
Disney Channel has renewed Bunk’d for a seventh season. With the renewal, the series will become Disney Channel’s longest running series. Miranda May, Trevor Tordjman, Mallory James Mahoney, Israel Johnson, Shiloh Verrico, Luke Busey, and Alfred Lewis will all return.
Maria Mashkova and Dimiter Marinov have joined the cast of Apple TV+’s For All Mankind. They will both recur in the upcoming fourth season.
BET+ will develop and adapt Trill League. The series is based on the web comic of the same name by Anthony Piper. The series follows a group of superheroes.
Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go has been renewed for two more seasons. Season 27 and Season 28 will premiere in 2023. Both seasons will consist of 26 11-minute episodes and an hour long special.
Apple TV+ has announced dates for its upcoming holiday programming. Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock Night of the Lights Holiday Special will premiere November 18. Sago Mini Friends Thanksgiving Special will premiere November 18. Interrupting Chicken Holiday Special will premiere December 2. Pretzel and the Puppies Holiday Special will premiere December 2. The Snoopy Show Holiday Collection will premiere December 2. I Want a Dog for Christmas will premiere December 2. Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tales will premiere December 2. The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse will premiere December 25. Apple TV+ will also provide special free windows for non-subscribers to stream the iconic holiday specials It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown available October 28 through October 31, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving available November 23 through November 27, and A Charlie Brown Christmas available December 22 through December 25. These specials are available to subscribers now and every day.
The CW Network celebrates the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II with the new special Entertainment Tonight Presents Queen Elizabeth II: The Woman Behind the Crown. The special will premiere October 15. Including new interviews with palace staff and stars that knew her best, the special is filled with never-before heard stories about the late monarch. It will be hosted by Kevin Frazier.
The new season of Hard Knocks: Arizona Cardinals premieres on HBO November 9. The series follows the Cardinals as they navigate the challenges of an NFL season and battle to return to the postseason.
Docuseries Coach Prime premieres on Prime Video this December. The four episode series follows the JSU Tigers at practice and games, in the locker room, off the field, and in the community, amid the team’s quest for an HBCU National Championship during a season unlike any other. This season’s unforgettable and inspiring journey includes “Coach Prime” welcoming the nation’s top recruit, Travis Hunter, to Jackson State, and the team’s exciting performances on gameday. It features a range of celebrity guests who educate and inspire, and explores how the team and community dealt with a citywide water crisis, all while also changing the lives of young men and women in dramatic ways. It will also focus on Sanders’ broader mission to level the playing field in college sports by raising awareness for HBCUs. Coach Prime will showcase the football program’s impact on the community, demonstrate leadership and learning, and make viewers feel the energy and significance of HBCUs – and their impact on a changing world.
Drink Masters will premiere on Netflix October 28. Twelve of the world’s most innovative mixologists infuse, stir and blend their way through a series of high-stakes cocktail challenges to win a life-changing prize and the title of The Ultimate Drink Master.
Limited docuseries The BMF Documentary: Blowing Money Fast will premiere on Starz October 23. The series focuses on infamous Black Mafia Family founders, Demetrius “Big Meech” and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory. The series offers a comprehensive look inside BMF’s illustrious history as told by former members, insiders, associates, and celebrity figures close to the family. Meet the real members of BMF and hear the real stories like never before with exclusive access inside all the epic family feuds, high stakes drug deals, suspicious murders, and champagne drenched parties attended by hip-hop royalty. Each episode will take viewers through respective phases of the brothers’ journey, beginning as Detroit corner boys, rising to the peak of hip-hop culture, to the end of their reign up to present day. While BMF eventually met their downfall, Meech and Terry’s legacy continues to shape culture today. It will will feature exclusive audio excerpts from founding member, Demetrius Flenory, in addition to interviews with members of his family, former BMF members and celebrity insiders including Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, T.I., 2 Chainz, and White Boy Rick.
Honorees Alan Jackson, Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson, Kane Brown and Lainey Wilson set to perform at the 2022 CMT Artists of the Year airing October 14. Ciara and Walker Hayes will also team up for a world-premiere collaboration. Riley Green will honor Luke Combs with a never before seen performance Additonally, Chris Stapleton, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Dan + Shay, Dustin Lynch, Gary LeVox, Kelsea Ballerini, Kelsey Asbille + Shane McAnally will appear as presenters.
Season two of The Test will premiere on Prime Video in 2023. Watch as the Aussie men’s Cricket Team strives to be the best team in the world.