Netflix has renewed Outer Banks for a fourth season. The renewal comes days ahead of its third season premiere February 23. After losing the gold and fleeing the Outer Banks, Season 3 finds the Pogues washed ashore on a desert island that, for a brief moment, seems like an idyllic home. Officially deemed “Poguelandia,” the island’s newest residents spend their days fishing, swimming, and reveling in the carefree lifestyle of their temporary dwelling. But things quickly go south for John B, Sarah, Kiara, Pope, JJ, and Cleo when they find themselves once again caught up in a race for the treasure, quite literally running for their lives. They’re broke and far from home, they can’t trust anyone, Ward and Rafe are hungry for revenge, and there’s a ruthless Caribbean Don who will stop at nothing to find the bounty. Was the treasure ever within their reach? Or was it all a trap to stop them once and for all? Either way, it’s the Pogues against the world – and the only way out is together.
Long running court series Judge Mathis and The People’s Court will be ending their runs. Judge Mathis is currently in its 24th season while The People’s Court is in its 26th season.
Emma Mackey will not be returning to Sex Education following the upcoming fourth season. Should the series be renewed for a fifth season, Mackey will not appear. Previous stars Patricia Allison, Tanya Reynolds, Simone Ashley and Rahkee Thakrar have already left the series with Ncuti Gatwa also teasing the fourth season could be his final season. Season four will air in 2023.
Mama June: Family Crisis returns for a new season on WE tv May 5. Mama June Shannon and Justin Stroud’’s wedding will be featured in the new season. The two celebrated their love in front of family and friends with a glamorous and intimate oceanfront ceremony at SpringHill Suites in Panama City, Florida on February 18. In attendance at the nuptials were June’s daughters, Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson, and Lauryn “Pumpkin” Efird, Jessica “Chubbs” Shannon and Anna “Chickadee” Cardwell as well as June’s grandchildren Stella, Sylus and Bentley Efird.
Ariyoshi Assists premieres on Netflix March 14. The variety show is packed with unpredictable moments and a maximum passion for comedy. Hiroiki Ariyoshi, host of many TV shows, serves as an assistant on 10 variety shows hosted by a colorful group of 10 guests MCs, including musical artists and professional athletes. Experienced comedians including both veterans and up-and-comers participate in these shows and attempt the various segments proposed by the MCs, all while trying to land jokes about the absurd set-ups that Ariyoshi suddenly throws at them.
Peacock has ordered a reality dating series focusing on fluid couples and singles exploring their sexuality. The series will take place on an island and follow the stars as they explore different types of relationships.
ABC’s medical drama pilot The Hurt Unit has added to its cast. Ben McKenzie, Michelle Ortiz, Augustus Prew, and Jaime Lee Kirchner will play series regular roles in the potential series which follows trauma surgeons and nurses who help people in dire conditions.
CBS has set up a multicamera improv comedy project starring June Diane Raphael and Paul Scheer. A presentation for the potential series was filmed and will be in contention alongside the pilots for the Damon Wayans and Damon Wayans Jr. project and JumpStart.
Peacock is developing a series based on the graphic novel series The Shrouded College. The adventure horror series follows an organization of secret agents fighting a war with supernatural beings.
ABC News Live presents a half-hour special discussion with comedian and actor Martin Lawrence. A Conversation with Martin Lawrence will premiere February 21 on ABC News Live and hulu. The special is a wide-ranging discussion that covers the importance of Black culture in storytelling and show business, the evolution of comedy over the years, and Lawrence’s multidecade career. Lawrence shares anecdotes from his time in Hollywood during his days as creator of the iconic ’90s television show Martin, whether fans of the hit sitcom should expect a reboot, as well as his thoughts on some of the most influential comedians of all time, including what it’s like to work with Eddie Murphy. He opens up about his family and how his faith serves as a guiding force throughout his career and personal life.