The Best Man: The Final Chapters premieres on Peacock December 22. Based on the film franchise, the series will catch up with Harper, Robyn, Jordan, Lance, Quentin, Shelby, Candace, and Murch as relationships evolve and past grievances resurface in the unpredictable stages of midlife crisis meets midlife renaissance. The cast includes Morris Chestnut, Melissa De Sousa, Taye Diggs, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Nia Long and Harold Perrineau.
Season three of Emily In Paris premieres on Netflix December 21. One year after moving from Chicago to Paris for her dream job, Emily finds herself at a crucial crossroads in every aspect of her life. Faced with two very different paths, Emily will have to decide exactly where her loyalties lie – at work and in her romantic life – and what those decisions mean for her future in France, all while continuing to immerse herself in the adventures and surprising twists and turns that life in Paris provides.
Apple TV+’s new comedy series Shrinking starring Jason Segel and Harrison Ford premieres January 27. The ten episode series follows a grieving therapist who starts to break the rules and tell his clients exactly what he thinks. Ignoring his training and ethics, he finds himself making huge, tumultuous changes to people’s lives … including his own.
Season four of Too Hot to Handle premieres on Netflix December 7. Another set of singles arrives for a retreat at an irresistible new villa, where they’ll have to say no to their natural urges in order to win big. You can expect higher stakes, new twists and even wilder contestants. Will this be the season the retreaters finally break Lana?
Retta and Ugliest House in America return for a new season on HGTV January 1. The new season will showcase tours of 15 properties nominated by homeowners who believe their design-challenged home is among the worst in the country. During the season, Retta will share her hot takes and hilarious reviews of each horrendous property, commenting on wacky layouts, clashing designs and severely outdated styles. Based on its ugly appearance, poor functionality and surprising design choices, one house will be deemed the “ugliest house in America” by HGTV and the network will award its homeowners a showstopping $150,000 renovation completed by Alison Victoria, one of its top stars. The stunning results will be revealed during a special one-hour finale episode on January 6.
Paramount+ has renewed Tulsa King for a second season. The news comes only three episodes into the series first season. The series follows New York mafia capo Dwight “The General” Manfredi just after he is released from prison after 25 years and unceremoniously exiled by his boss to set up shop in Tulsa, Okla. Realizing that his mob family may not have his best interests in mind, Dwight slowly builds a “crew” from a group of unlikely characters, helping establish a new criminal empire in a place that to him might as well be another planet.
DC branded animation is coming to Prime Video. Channing Dungey, the chairwoman and CEO of Warner Bros. Television Studios confirmed animated projects will end up on Amazon’s streaming services, and potentially other platforms. The news comes after the recent Warner Bros. Discovery merger led to animated projects being canceled and shopped elsewhere.
Ron Cephas Jones, Gary Carr, and Hubert Point-Du Jour have joined the cast of Genius: MLK/X. They join as series regulars alongside Kelvin Harrison Jr., Aaron Pierre, Weruche Opia and Jayme Lawson. Lennie James, LisaGay Hamilton, Ashley Romans, Donal Logue, and Griffin Matthews will recur. The fourth season of the anthology series will stream on Disney+.
Bob Hearts Abishola and Call Me Kat will begin streaming on HBO Max next month. The respective CBS and Fox comedies are Warner Bros. TV co productions. The first three seasons of Bob Hearts Abishola will begin streaming December 9. The first two seasons of Call Me Kat will begin streaming December 10.
Limited series Awake Surgery premieres on TLC December 14, with episodes airing also December 15 and December 22. If you want surgery and don’t qualify for general anesthesia, or just have fears about general anesthesia, there’s one doctor you can rely on and that’s Dr. Meegan Gruber. Dr. Gruber has been a practicing board certified plastic surgeon for 20 years. She’s developed her own techniques for numbing, calming, and treating patients from all walks of life in order to perform life changing surgeries… all while the patients are completely awake. From patients who just want facelifts to look a little younger to people who need larger surgeries so they can function in their normal lives, Dr. Gruber can do it all. Some patients request mirrors to watch, some order take-out while still on the table, and some video call their loved ones to keep them up to date. One thing is for sure…anything can happen. With the help of her surgical staff, watch up close as Dr. Gruber cuts, scrapes and laughs with her patients while they are wide awake during surgery.
CMA Country Christmas premieres on ABC December 8. Carly Pearce hosts and performs (“Here Comes Santa Claus” and “Man With The Bag”) during the festive special. In addition to Pearce, the lineup includes Steven Curtis Chapman (“Precious Promise”), Dan + Shay (“Officially Christmas” and “Holiday Party”), Scotty McCreery (“Holly Jolly Christmas”), Maren Morris (“Merry Christmas, Baby”), Old Dominion (“What Christmas Means To Me”), Molly Tuttle and Pearce (Bluegrass Medley – “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” “Let It Snow,” “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,” “Winter Wonderland” and “Christmas Time’s A-Comin'”), and The War And Treaty (“O Holy Night”).
Tom Papa: What a Day! premieres on Netflix December 13. In his signature joyful fashion, Tom shares the highs and lows of parenting, his reliance on modern technology, rescuing his pet pug, and how his marriage has evolved over time. The special was filmed at Wilbur Theatre in Boston, MA.
Bose premieres on Paramount+ December 1. Iconic. Rebellious. Sensual. Revolutionary. Legendary. A one-of-a-kind musician. The biopic is based on the life of Spanish singer-songwriter Miguel Bosé.