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HBO Max’s returns for season two November 17 with two episodes. Two episodes will premiere weekly with the final two set to premiere December 15. The series follows four college roommates at New England’s prestigious Essex College. The new season picks up with the students returning after their Fall break, tackling the challenges thrown their way at the end of season one, and facing their next semester filled with new faces, parties and predicaments.

Season two of Apple TV+’s Slow Horses premieres December 2. The new six episode season is an adaptation of Mick Herron’s second novel “Dead Lions” in the “Slow Horses” series. Long-buried Cold War secrets emerge which threaten to bring carnage to the streets of London. When a liaison with Russian villains takes a fatal turn, our hapless heroes must overcome their individual failings and raise their spy game in a race to prevent a catastrophic incident. 

Down to Earth with Zac Efron: Down Under premieres on Netflix November 11. Zac Efron travels around Australia with wellness expert Darin Olien in search of healthy, sustainable ways to live. The hosts bring viewers to beautiful locales where they seek out sustainable practices in a way that is both educational and enlightening, embracing local food, culture and customs throughout their journey. 

Part 1 of season four of Titans will premiere on HBO Max November 3. Having saved Gotham, the Titans hit the road to head back to San Francisco. But after a stop in Metropolis, they find themselves in the crosshairs of a supernatural cult with powers unlike anything they’ve faced before.

CBS has ordered full seasons for its three freshman drama series. Fire Country, East New York and So Help Me Todd have been top performers amongst all the networks freshman offerings. No word on the episode counts as CBS considers 18-22 episodes a full season. 

Netflix has renewed Heartbreak High for a second season. The Australian comedy drama is a reboot of the series of the same name. A discovery makes Amerie an instant pariah at Hartley High, and causes a mysterious and very public rift with her ride-or-die Harper. With her new friends – outsiders Quinni and Darren – Amerie must repair her reputation, while navigating love, sex, and heartbreak. 

Charlie Day, Brad Garrett, Simon Rex, Ray Romano, Kenan Thompson, and Chase Sui Wonders will guest star in Peacock’s upcoming series Bupkis. The comedy series is a heightened, fictionalized version of Pete Davidson’s real life. The series will combine grounded storytelling with absurd elements from the unfiltered and completely original worldview for which Pete is well known. Edie Falco and Joe Pesci also star. 

USA Network’s new wild celebrity game show Barmageddon premieres December 5. The superstar trio of Blake Shelton, Carson Daly and Nikki Bella goes all in on a good time as they head to Nashville and invite the audience into Shelton’s bar, Ole Red, for a front row seat as their celebrity friends compete in over-the-top bar games. With Daly behind the bar and Shelton taking the stage with his house band for live music sing-alongs, these icons and celebrity favorites show a new side to themselves in this anything but ordinary game show where everyone is invited to the party. The pair offer words of encouragement – and no shortage of heckling – to their celebrity friends, stepping in on occasion to show off their own skills. Nikki Bella sets the stakes as celebrity friends go head-to-head in a series of classic bar games with a fun twist, including Air Cannon Cornhole, Keg Curling, Drunken Axe Hole, Sharts (“Shelton Darts”) and more. In each episode, two celebrities play a unique set of five games in the bar to win a much-needed prize for a viral Internet sensation each has chosen to support. Plucked from obscurity following their epic misadventures on the online, these now-infamous stars find themselves at Ole Red hoping to be redeemed. Celebrity guests competing are Gwen Stefani vs. Sheryl Crow, Elle King vs. Chris Young, Clint Bowyer vs. Jimmie Johnson, Sasha Banks vs. Brie Bella, Jay Pharoah vs. Martin Kove, Trace Adkins vs. Coach Mike Vrabel, Blake Shelton vs. Kane Brown, and Lil Rel Howery vs. Malin Akerman. 

New seasons of Moonshiners and Master Distiller will premiere on Discovery Channel November 9. An American tradition dating back to the Whiskey Rebellion of 1791 when farmer-distillers rebelled against new federal taxes on making liquor, moonshine has grown into its own multimillion-dollar shadow economy throughout Appalachia and become a continuing trend in popular culture. To the artisans who make it, moonshining is a multi-generational tradition and a proud part of their cultural history. 

Apple TV+ has announced the cast for its upcoming new drama series Las Azules. Currently in production in Mexico City, the series features an entirely Hispanic cast and crew, led by Bárbara Mori. The series also stars Ximena Sariñana, Natalia Téllez, Amorita Rasgado, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Miguel Rodarte, Christian Tappan, Horacio Garcia-Rojas, Rosa María Bianchi, Sebastián Buitrón, and Bruno Bichir. The series follows a devoted wife who discovers her true calling when she joins Mexico’s first female police force, and her entire belief system comes crashing down. 

Paul Calderón has joined the cast of Disney+’s Ironheart. The Marvel series stars Dominique Thorne as Riri Williams, aka Ironheart. Sacha Baron Cohen may also appear in the series. 

Natalie Morales has joined the cast of Apple TV+’s The Morning Show. Morales will recur in the third season. 

Uzo Aduba will star in Showtime’s All Her Little Secrets. The limited series is based on the book by Wanda M. Norris. 

Greg Germann is set to make an appearance on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy this season. He will reprise his role of Tom Koracick who was previously a series regular. 

Temuera Morrison has joined the cast of Apple TV+’s Chief of War. The limited series stars Jason Momoa. The eight episode series follows the unification of Hawaii from the view of the indiginous population. 

Judge Yodit Tewolde and Judge Rachel Juarez will join the Hot Bench panel in the current ninth season. They join Judge Michael Corriero. 

Amy Schumer and Julio Torres will guest star on the PBS kids series City Island. The animated series will premiere December 26. 

Season two of ABC News’ Wild Crime will premiere October 24 on hulu. In 1983 a tourist discovered a woman’s decaying hand in Yosemite National Park. There were no missing person reports or additional remains found, which sparked questions amongst National Park Service criminal investigators Don Coelho and Kim Tucker about who this “Jane Doe” was and if she was murdered. As they searched for answers, Coelho and Tucker are contacted about a notorious Texas serial killer who is claiming to be behind the homicide, but without the victim’s identity and more evidence, the killer couldn’t be prosecuted. The case went cold until four decades later when rookie agent Cullen Tucker, the son of Kim Tucker, identified “Jane Doe” using new DNA science. The new season unravels the truth about “Jane Doe’s” identity and what detectives think happened to her and features exclusive interviews with the victim’s close friends and the detectives on the case who reveal alleged details about the multiple alleged suspects behind her death and her time in a purported cult in a gateway town outside of Yosemite.

Three Pines will premiere on Prime Video this December. The series is based on Louise Penny’s best-selling novels and stars Alfred Molina. Secrets, scandal, corruption: nothing is as picture-perfect as it seems. 

Killer Sally premieres on Netflix November 2. Interviews with friends, family and Sally McNeil herself chart a bodybuilding couple’s rocky marriage – and its shocking end in a Valentine’s Day murder. 

Camilo: El Primer Tour De Mi Vida will premiere on HBO Max November 18. In 2021, Camilo launched his first world tour, opening in Spain, featuring special appearances by artists like Fito y Los Fitipaldis, Dani Martín, Mau y Ricky, Pablo Alborán, and Nicky Nicole. The concert special follows the behind-the-scenes moments of those magical shows, and include hits like “Tutu,” “Mareado,” “Por Primera Vez,” “Bebé,” “Ropa Cara,” “Tattoo,” and “KESI” and offers a window into the artist’s intimate life, sharing special moments with his partner and fellow artist and director Evaluna Montaner. 

Ancient Apocalypse premieres on Netflix November 11. What if everything we know about prehistoric humans is wrong? Journalist Graham Hancock visits archeological sites around the world to uncover whether a civilization far more advanced than we ever believed possible existed thousands of years ago. 

The 37th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will air on HBO November 19. The ceremony honors this year’s inductees, including Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, Duran Duran, Eminem, Eurythmics, Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, and Carly Simon. Judas Priest and Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis for Musical Excellence, Harry Belafonte and Elizabeth Cotten for Early Influence, and Allen Grubman, Jimmy Iovine, and Sylvia Robinson for the Ahmet Ertegun Award,  as well as surprise special guests. 

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Hidden Adventure premieres on Netflix November 15. Through a series of interactive (and epic) choices, you’ll help campers find clues and avoid the dinosaurs at every turn! 

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

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