Hulu has renewed The D’Amelio Show for a ten episode third season. From public relationships, to private struggles, to new pursuits, with millions watching their every move, each decision The D’Amelio family makes comes with unfathomable pressure and scrutiny, in an era when comments and opinions are hard to tune out. Dixie and Charli struggle to separate their own self-love and identity from their online presence. Marc and Heidi parent in uncharted territory, as they try to protect their family from new pitfalls at every turn. With their spectacular rise comes one-in-a-lifetime opportunities from business to personal relationships, but can they hold on to what matters most-staying together as a tight-knit family? The second season premiered on September 28th and all ten episodes are now streaming on Hulu.
Netflix has ordered the limited series American Primeval starring Taylor Kitsch. The series is a raw, adventurous exploration of the birth of the American West. The violent collisions of cultures, religions and communities as men and women fight and die for control of this new world – for a land they truly believe is their destiny. The ensemble tells a story of the sacrifice all must pay when they choose to enter a lawless and untamed wilderness. Kitsch will play Isaac – a traumatized man struggling to overcome his demons and find a reason to live in this brutal and punishing world. Pete Berg will direct all episodes and executive produce as the first project under his first look deal with Netflix.
HBO Max has canceled unscripted series Legendary and FBoy Island. Legendary, the voguing competition series, ran for three seasons at the streamer. Dating competition series FBoy Island, hosted by Nikki Glaser, ran for two seasons. The two cancellations come as HBO Max cuts back on unscripted series ahead of the planned merger with discovery+, which specializes in unscrtipted content. FBoy Island producers are shopping the series to other platforms in hopes of a pickup.
Comedy greats and all-star correspondents will kick off the next chapter of The Daily Show as guest hosts beginning January 17. Al Franken, Chelsea Handler, D. L. Hughley, Leslie Jones, John Leguizamo, Hasan Minhaj, Kal Penn, Sarah Silverman, Wanda Sykes and Marlon Wayans along with The Daily Show correspondents and contributors are set to host with additional details to be announced. Trevor Noah will host his final episode December 8.
Miracle Workers: End Times premieres on TBS January 16. Daniel Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi, Geraldine Viswanathan, Karan Soni, and Jon Bass return for the fourth installment of the anthology comedy series set in the post-apocalyptic future. This season follows a wasteland warrior and ruthless warlord as they face the most dystopian nightmare of all: settling down in the suburbs. Together they navigate the existential horrors of married life and small-town living, all under the dubious guidance of a wealthy junk trader. It also features the couple’s faithful war dog, and a kill-bot who loves to party.
Musical drama series Daisy Jones & The Six premieres on Prime Video March 3. New episodes premiere weekly through March 24. The limited series is based on the book by Taylor Jenkins Reid following the rise and fall of a rock band. In 1977, Daisy Jones & The Six were on top of the world. Fronted by two charismatic lead singers – Daisy Jones and Billy Dunne – the band had risen from obscurity to fame. And then, after a sold-out show at Chicago’s Soldier Field, they called it quits. Now, decades later, the band members finally agree to reveal the truth. This is the story of how an iconic band imploded at the height of its powers.
Production on season two of ALLBLK’s Lace has begun. Season 2 will air more episodes including eight set to release beginning Summer 2023. Maryam Basir, Tanyell Waivers, Antoine Harris, Taylor Bynoe and Mollie Dolcimascolo are all set to return.
Hugh Grant has joined the cast of HBO’s limited series The Palace. He joins Kate Winslet, Matthias Schoenaerts and Andrea Riseborough.
Alona Tal, Johnny Ray Gill and Eloise Mumford have been cast in Prime Video’s Cross. They join Aldis Hodge, Ryan Eggold, and Isaiah Mustafa in the series based on the Alex Cross book series by James Patterson.
Amit Rahav, Eva Feiler, and Hadas Yaron have been cast in hulu’s We Were the Lucky Ones. The three will be series regulars in the limited series based on the book by Georgia Hunter.
Co-host Matt Lucas is leaving The Great British Bake Off, known as The Great British Baking Show in the US. He co-hosted for three seasons of the baking competition series. No replacement has been named yet.
A new Jeopardy! tournament is coming in 2023. Jeopardy! High School Reunion Tournament will see former teen tournament contestants return for another chance. 27 contestants will compete for the $100,000 grand prize and a spot in the 2023 Tournament of Champions. The tournament will begin February 20 with the finale March 9.
Puppy Bowl XIX premieres February 12 at 2:00PM ET/11:00AM PT on Animal Planet. The three-hour television matchup will showcase more puppies, more animal shelters and rescues, and more inspiring adoption stories than ever before as the puppy players from Team Ruff and Team Fluff take to the gridiron in the Puppy Bowl stadium to win the Wayfair “Lombarky” trophy. In addition to the ear pulls, tail tugs, sloppy kisses, and puppy penalties, this feel-good sports competition will highlight the incredible work of rescue and shelter workers who dedicate their lives to helping animals find their forever homes. Puppy Bowl XIX will feature 122 puppies, 67 shelters and rescues across 34 states — and for the first-time will feature a Native American animal organization and a puppy player from Dominica, West Indies. A pre-game show on Animal Planet and discovery+ at 1:00PM ET/ 10:00AM PT will give audiences the inside scoop on the Puppy Bowl draft with exclusive interviews with coaches and players.
HBO Max is once again available on Prime Video Channels in the U.S. Prime customers can sign up for HBO Max for $14.99 per month. Subscribers will have access to 15,000 hours of curated premium content. Additionally, subscribers will have access to the expanded content offering that will be available in Warner Bros. Discovery’s enhanced streaming service when it launches next year.
The 71st Miss Universe Competition will stream exclusively on The Roku Channel January 14 from New Orleans, Louisiana. The international event will be hosted at New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center where almost 90 women from around the world will compete for the coveted title of Miss Universe. The competition, which will feature categories such as interviews, evening gown, swimwear, and community impact, will culminate with the 70th Miss Universe, Harnaaz Sandhu, crowning her successor.
The 2022 People’s Choice Awards hosted by Kenan Thompson will air on NBC and E! December 6. Lauren Spencer Smith will perform her song “Fingers Crossed.” Presenters include Amy Poehler, Ana Gasteyer, Billy Porter, Colin Hanks, David Spade, Dwyane Wade, George Lopez, Heidi Klum, Laverne Cox, Lil Rel Howery, Mayan Lopez, McKenna Grace, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Niecy Nash-Betts, Nikki Glaser, Sarah Hyland, Sarah Michelle Gellar, The Miz & Maryse and more.
Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2023 airs live December 31 on ABC. Newly announced performers include Aly & AJ, Armani White, Bailey Zimmerman, Ben Platt, Betty Who, Billy Porter, Ciara, Dove Cameron, Finneas, Fitz and The Tantrums, Halle Bailey, Lauren Spencer Smith, Maddie & Tae, Nicky Youre, Shaggy, TXT, and Wiz Khalifa. Those and more will perform at Disneyland Resort, the L.A. Party, and New Orleans.
I Hate Suzie Too returns for a three episode second season December 22 on HBO Max. Child star turned actress Suzie Pickles has a new agent, new PR and a new job – dancing for likes on “Dance Crazee,” a reality TV competition that has the Saturday night audience hooked. Having lost everyone that matters to her, Suzie returns to her first love – the public. Battling ex-husband Cob with the help of best friend Naomi, Suzie must try to keep life as stable as possible for her young son Frank, all whilst staying on ‘Dance Crazee’ long enough to finance her new role as single mom and ex-wife. In this three-part anti-Christmas Christmas special, Suzie fights to regain the love of the British public whilst her personal life spirals out of control. Will she win the hearts of the British public? And restore her reputation? And at what cost?
Season seven of OWN’s Ready to Love premieres January 6. An all-new cast of 16 hopeful singles will meet and – over the course of 14 weekly episodes – interact, date, eliminate unfavorable prospects, and ultimately determine which are truly ready to love. This season will feature the show’s landmark 100th episode and will mark the occasion with a special celebrating the show’s success at helping Black men and women navigate the singles scene to find lasting love.
Four episode docuseries The Battle for Justina Pelletier premieres on Peacock December 13. Exploring the story of Justina Pelletier, a 14-year-old girl who entered a Boston hospital with a mysterious set of symptoms and quickly became a ward of the state, leaving her family in disbelief. The events that followed inspired an anonymous computer hacker to take matters into his own hands and sparked a debate about parental rights, medical child abuse and the gray areas in between.
CBS Sports and Nickelodeon will air a special slime-filled presentation of the National Football League’s Christmas Day game between the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Rams on December 25, at 4:30 p.m. CBS Sports’ Nate Burleson, Noah Eagle, and Nick star Gabrielle Nevaeh Green are returning to call this year’s collaboration, along with Nick star Young Dylan as sideline reporter. SpongeBob SquarePants’ Patrick Star, voiced by Bill Fagerbakke, will join the crew from Bikini Bottom to offer live commentary throughout the game.