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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘The English’ Trailer, ‘Warrior Nun’ Trailer, ‘Save Our Squad with David Beckham’ Trailer, ‘The L Word: Generation Q’ Trailer, ‘Fixer Upper: The Castle’ Trailer, Netflix Ad Supported Plan, and More!

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All six episodes of The English will premiere on Prime Video November 11. The series is an epic chase Western which takes the core themes of identity and revenge to tell a uniquely compelling parable on race, power, and love. An aristocratic Englishwoman, Lady Cornelia Locke and a Pawnee ex-cavalry scout, Eli Whipp, come together in 1890 middle America to cross a violent landscape built on dreams and blood. Both of them have a clear sense of their destiny, but neither is aware that it is rooted in a shared past. They must face increasingly terrifying obstacles that will test them to their limits, physically and psychologically. But as each obstacle is overcome, it draws them closer to their ultimate destination – the new town of Hoxem, Wyoming. 

Season two of Warrior Nun will premiere on Netflix November 10. Alongside new allies, Ava and the sisters of the Order band together and set out to take down a false prophet hell-bent on world domination. Ava and the Sister-Warriors of the OCS must find a way to defeat the angel, Adriel, as he attempts to build his following into the dominant religion on the planet. 

Save Our Squad with David Beckham premieres November 9 on Disney+. The 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. 

Season three of The L Word: Generation Q will premiere November 18 on streaming and November 20 on Showtime. Picking up right where the dramatic season two cliffhanger left off, the series continues to follow the cast of characters as they struggle with secrets, old scars and new flames on their search for “the one.” Bette Porter is on the brink of a devastating letdown or startling confession after Tina appears at her door; while they determine their future together, their daughter Angie embraces her new freedom at college, finding love in all the wrong places.

Fixer Upper: The Castle premieres on HBO Max, discovery+ and Magnolia Network October 14. Chip and Joanna take on their biggest fixer yet: the famous castle in Waco, Texas. As they breathe new life into the historic landmark, they must also tackle its challenging infrastructure while preserving its original beauty.

Netflix announced their new ad supported plan will debut November 3. “Basic with Ads” will run $6.99 per month and feature 4-5 minutes of ads each hour. Subscribers to the new plan will not be able to download and certain titles will not be available due to licensing deals. 

Trevor Noah‘s final The Daily Show episode will air on Comedy Central December 8. The show will then return with a new host beginning January 17. No word yet on who will take over as host. The series has previously been hosted by Craig Kilborn and Jon Stewart. 

This season of ABC’s The Conners will be its longest season yet. Season five will consist of 22 episodes. Previous seasons have consisted of 20 episodes. 

Food Network has set premiere dates for its upcoming holiday series and specials. Christmas Cookie Challenge will premiere November 6. Holiday Wars will premiere November 6. Holiday Baking Championship will premiere November 7. Holiday Baking Championship: Gingerbread Showdown will premiere November 7. Beat Bobby Flay: Holiday Throwdown will premiere November 8. Special Kids Baking Championship: Gobble Goodies will premiere November 21. Special Kids Baking Championship: All-Star Holiday Homecoming will premiere November 28. 

Indira Varma has joined the cast of HBO Max’s Dune series Dune: The Sisterhood. She joins Emily Watson and Emily Henderson in the prequel series. 

Gil McKinney will appear in The Winchesters reprising the role of Henry Winchester. McKinney first portrayed the role in parent series Supernatural where he met his grandchildren in a time travel episode in season eight, then appeared again in season nine in flashbacks. 

Marin Ireland has been cast in Apple TV+’s Sinking Spring. She joins Brian Tyree Henry and Michael Mando in the crime drama based on the book “Dope Thief” by Dennis Tafoya. 

Hulu has ordered Interior Chinatown to series. Jimmy O. Yang will star in the ten episode series. The series is based on the novel of the same name by Charles Yu. 

Netflix has ordered The Abandons straight to series. The Western series comes from Kurt Sutter, and is set in Oregon in the 1850s. 

Timothy Dalton has joined the cast of Paramount+’s 1923. He joins Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren in the Yellowstone prequel series. It will premiere in December 2022. 

David Rysdahl, Sam Spruell, Jessica Pohly and Nick Gomez have been cast in FX’s upcoming fifth season of Fargo. They join Juno Temple, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Joe Keery, Lamorne Morris and Richa Moorjani in the anthology series. 

David Meunier and Dee Wallace have been cast in Paramount+’s Fatal Attraction. They join Lizzy Caplan, Joshua Jackson, Amanda Peet, Wanda De Jesus, Walter Perez, Toby Huss, Reno Wilson, and Brian Goodman. The series is based on the film of the same name. 

Adam Copeland, known to many as Edge from WWE, and Jessica Parker Kennedy will appear in Disney+’s upcoming series Percy Jackson and the Olympians. Copeland will portray Ares and Kennedy will portray Medusa. 

Andrés Delgado has been cast in hulu’s limited series La Máquina. He will recur in the series. The boxing series stars Diego Luna and Gael García Bernal. 

Amazon Freevee has ordered the docuseries God. Family. Football. The unscripted, coming-of-age docuseries follows former football player and high school football coach Denny Duron. He has come out of a 30-year retirement to lead the football program he founded at Evangel Christian Academy in Shreveport, Louisiana back to national prominence. With the perennial high school football powerhouse – 14 State Championships in the last 20 years – coming off their worst season in school history, redemption is everyone’s goal. As the team faces struggle and triumph both on and off the field, they are united by Coach Denny’s formula for success: “God first, family second, and football third.” 

Disney Channel has ordered Pretty Freekin’ Scary to series. The twenty episode multicamera comedy series is based on a book series and will premiere in Summer 2023. Eliana Su’a, Kyan Samuels, Leah Mei Gold, Yonas Kibreab and Emma Shannon star in the series. 

The 2022 Soul Train Awards will tape November 13 from Las Vegas. The ceremony celebrates the best in Soul, R&B, and Hip Hop from both established industry legends and the next generation of promising artists. The official “Soul Train Awards” nominees, selected by a voting academy of esteemed music industry insiders, performers, and presenters, are to be announced at a later date. 

Disney Junior has renewed Dino Ranch for a third season. The show follows the action-packed adventures of adopted siblings Jon, Min, and Miguel, and their Ma and Pa on the ranch and beyond, as they go about their tasks of raising their lively dinosaur livestock. Full of fast-riding, high-flying fun, the episodes highlight the value of hard work, teamwork and commitment in stories that tackle the challenges of growing up. The 52 episode season will premiere in Fall 2023. 

The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself will premiere on Netflix October 28. Sixteen-year-old Nathan is the illegitimate son of the world’s most dangerous witch. Fearing he will follow in his father’s footsteps, Nathan is closely monitored throughout his childhood. As the boundaries between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ fray, Nathan – along with mischievous Annalise and charismatic Gabriel – will soon discover who he truly is. 

Mood will premiere on BBC America and AMC+ November 6. The six episode series comes from actor, writer, and singer-songwriter Nicôle Lecky, based on her critically acclaimed Royal Court play “Superhoe”. Sasha Clayton dreams of becoming a major recording artist, but right now she’s a bedroom artist: spending her days smoking weed and stalking her ex-boyfriend on Instagram. When she is kicked out of her family home for drunkenly trying to burn her ex’s house down, Sasha becomes homeless and is forced to fend for herself, sofa-surfing with local drug dealer Saleem. Everything seems to change when she meets and moves in with Instagram influencer and party girl Carly, who introduces her to the exciting world of making money and becoming ‘famous’ on social media. But as the gap between her online presence and her dream of being a singer continues to grow, Sasha finds herself struggling to escape this new influencer world that is more complex and darker than she could have imagined. The series is told in part through the songs that Sasha creates and features an innovative original soundtrack performed by Lecky.

Fortune Feimster: Good Fortune premieres on Netflix October 25. Filmed at the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Fortune is back for her second Netflix comedy special. Expanding on her confessional brand of comedy and how she’s different than what meets the eye, Fortune reflects on her own good fortune, including some big life events she’s experienced the last couple years like falling in love with her wife and the extravagant proposal she planned that didn’t go as expected, and much more. 

Lee Arvoy
Lee Arvoy joined the TV Source team in the summer of 2020 as a TV Writer.

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