Season five of The Crown will premiere on Netflix November 9. The new season features a new cast including Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Claudia Harrison as Princess Anne, Olivia Williams as Camilla Parker Bowles, Jonny Lee Miller as John Major, Salim Daw as Mohamed Al Fayed, and Khalid Abdalla as Dodi Fayed. Inspired by real events, this ten episode fictional dramatization tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II and the political and personal events that shaped her reign. With the new decade in its stride, the Royal Family are presented with possibly their biggest challenge to date as the public openly question their role in ’90s Britain.
Season two of The Game will premiere on Paramount+ December 15 with two episodes. The revival series offers a modern-day examination of Black culture through the prism of pro football. The team tackles racism, sexism, classism and more as they fight for fame, fortune, respect and love – all while trying to maintain their souls as they each play “The Game”.
The Big Brunch will premiere November 10 with three episodes. The eight episode cooking competition series gives ten talented chefs the opportunity to share their stories and business dreams while vying for a life altering $300,000 cash prize. Dan Levy serves as host and judge alongside fellow culinary experts chef Sohla El-Waylly and restaurateur Will Guidara.
Gangs of London returns for season two on AMC+ November 17. A new, darker era of chaos and turbulent power struggles comes to London. One year after the death of Sean Wallace and the violent reckonings of season one, the map and soul of the city has been redrawn – the surviving Wallaces are scattered, the Dumanis broken and estranged, and ex-undercover cop Elliot Finch is now being forced to work for the Investors. To restore order, the investors have aligned behind heroin baron Asif Afridi and together they have installed a new ruling force in London in the form of brutal gang leader – Koba. He and his paramilitary enforcers have stamped a new kind of authority; battlefield atrocities, torture, and family kidnap, all coldly designed to terrorize the other gangs into submission. Koba’s vision for the criminal landscape is a dictatorship, a world in which old school gangster codes don’t exist and in which he holds a complete monopoly over London’s drug trade. But this monopoly can’t last forever, and the gangs are fighting back – who will win the battle for London’s soul?
Starz has renewed P-Valley for a ten episode third season. The series tells the story of a little-strip-club-that-could and the big characters who come through its doors – the hopeful, the lost, the broken, the ballers, the beautiful, and the damned. Set against the rural Mississippi Delta in the fictional town of Chucalissa, the Pynk is an oasis in a rough patch of human existence where beauty can be hard to find at the crossroads of grit and glitter. A story of survival, chosen family, soulmates, politics, love and death, “P-Valley” is where trap music meets film noir and dares to ask what happens when small-town folk dream beyond the boundaries of their limited circumstances.
Prime Video has canceled As We See It after one season. The eight episode series followed people living on the autism spectrum.
Missy Peregrym is set to return to CBS’s FBI with the upcoming November 15 episode. Peregrym’s character Agent Maggie Bell was severely injured last season to account for Peregrym’s real life pregnancy.
Cyberpunk: Edgerunners developer CD Projekt Red has stated that the anime series is a standalone series. There are currently no plans for a second season, though future projects in the Cyberpunk universe could come in the future.
E! News returns November 14. Adrienne Bailon-Houghton and Justin Sylvester will serve as co-hosts. The two will break down the hottest entertainment news of the day, conduct in-studio celebrity guest interviews and bring all the hottest trends and exclusive scoop from movie premieres, award shows and concerts making sure viewers are kept current on all the day’s top stories.
Rachel True, Courtnee Carter, and Luke Forbes will recur on Prime Video’s Harlem. Rick Fox, Sherri Shepherd, Countess Vaughn, and Lil Rel Howery will appear as guest stars in the upcoming second season.
Garret Dillahunt has joined the cast of Netflix’s Dead To Me. He will recur in the upcoming third and final season of the dark comedy. The season will premiere November 17.
Rachael Harris has joined the cast of Disney+’s Goosebumps series. She joins Ana Yi Puig, Miles McKenna, Will Price, Justin Long, Zack Morris and Isa Briones.
Sarah-Sofie Boussnina, Shalom Brune-Franklin, Faoileann Cunningham, Aoife Hinds, and Chloe Lea have joined the cast of HBO Max’s Dune: The Sisterhood. They join Emily Watson and Shirley Henderson in the Dune prequel series.
Tammy Townsend, Malcolm Barrett, Cynthia Kaye McWilliams, Michael Trucco, Ashley Olivia Fisher and Pasha Lychnikoff have joined the cast of BET+’s Avergae Joe. They join Deon Cole in the dark comedy series.
Tony Danza has joined the cast of Power Book III: Raising Kanan. Danza will recur in the upcoming third season.
The 2022 Soul Train Awards are set to air on BET November 27. Deon Cole will host the ceremony.
The 28th Annual Critics Choice Awards will air on The CW January 15. Chelsea Handler will host the ceremony.
AMC Theaters will give Yellowstone fans an exclusive sneak peek of season 5 at more than 100 locations October 29. The new season will premiere November 13 on Paramount Network.
Gavin Crawford, Sharjil Rasool, Dakota Ray Hebert and Ann Pornel have joined the cast of CBC’s Run the Burbs. The thirteen episode second season will premiere in Winter 2023.
Oh Hell No…with Marlon Wayans will premiere on Meta October 26. The six episode season will see guests Anthony Anderson, Kelly Rowland, Bryce Hall, Nikki Bella & Brie Bella, Loren Gray, and Loni Love confront their fears.
Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Celebration Of The Life & Music of Loretta Lynn will air live from the Grand Ole Opry House October 30 on CMT. The commercial free presentation, hosted by Jenna Bush Hager, will feature performances & special appearances by Barbara Mandrell, Brandi Carlile, Crystal Gayle, Darius Rucker, Emmy Russell & Lukas Nelson, Faith Hill, George Strait, The Highwomen with Brittney Spencer, Keith Urban, Little Big Town, Margo Price, Martina McBride, Tim McGraw, Sheryl Crow, Tanya Tucker, Wynonna & more to be announced.
Trevor Noah’s third Netflix comedy special I Wish You Would premieres November 22. True to form, Trevor hilariously shares revelations about learning to speak German, modern communication, and his love for curry. The special was filmed at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, CA.
Chris Redd’s first HBO Max comedy special Chris Redd: Why Am I Like This? will premiere November 3. Chris Redd digs into his days of living life like a music video and realizing that even if he’ll never be tall enough to dunk, he can still grow as a person.
Hot Skull will premiere on Netflix December 2. In a world shaken by an epidemic of madness that spreads through speech, Murat is the only immune person. As he searches for the secret of his mysterious immunity, his “hot skull”, he has to leave the safe zone and embark on an adventure within the ruins of Istanbul.
New competition series Mountain Men: Ultimate Marksman premieres on The History Channel November 3. The eight episode series tests some of the world’s top marksmen and markswomen by using centuries-old historical weapons like primitive knives, bows and firearms. Competitors will navigate several distance, precision, and obstacle challenges – each designed and based off of the history of the American frontier. It’s a showdown that will put their weapons knowledge, accuracy skills, and unique techniques to the ultimate test with competitors on a mission to earn the title of “Ultimate Marksman” and win $10,000.
Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell: The Cartoon premieres on adult swim’s YouTube channel October 21. The series consists of eight episodes and essentially functions as an animated fifth season of Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell.