The Goldbergs is set to end with the current tenth season on ABC. The final episodes will follow our favorite Jenkintown family as they continue to navigate a classic decade, the 80s, filled with hi-jinks, heart and hilarity. As life unfolds with new challenges, the Goldbergs continue to remind us that there is no bond greater than family and there is nothing they can’t handle with the support of one another.
HBO Max has ordered an “IT” prequel series titled Welcome to Derry. The prequel series is set in the world of Stephen King’s “IT” universe. It is based on King’s “IT” novel and expands the vision established by filmmaker Andy Muschietti in the feature films “IT” and “IT Chapter Two.”
Succession is set to end with the upcoming fourth season on HBO. The fourth, and now final, season of Succession will premiere March 26. The sale of media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson moves ever closer. The prospect of this seismic sale provokes existential angst and familial division among the Roys as they anticipate what their lives will look like once the deal is complete. A power struggle ensues as the family weighs up a future where their cultural and political weight is severely curtailed
Apple TV+ has ordered the new drama series The Last Frontier. The ten episode series from creators Jon Bokenkamp and Richard D’Ovidio will star Jason Clarke. The series follows Frank, the lone Marshal in charge of the quiet, rugged barrens of Alaska, whose jurisdiction is turned upside-down when a prison transport plane crashes in the remote wilderness, setting free dozens of violent inmates. Tasked with protecting the town he’s vowed to keep safe, he begins to suspect the crash wasn’t an accident, but the first step of a well-crafted plan with international political implications.
Onyx Collective’s new series How to Die Alone for hulu has cast Conrad Ricamora, KeiLyn Durrel Jones and Jocko Sims as series regulars. Bashir Salahuddin will also recur. They join previously announced Natasha Rothwell. The series follows Melissa, a fat, Black neurotic who’s never been in love. After a comical brush with death, she refuses to settle for anything less than the life she wants, catapulting her on a journey to becoming “100% that bitch” in real life by any means necessary.
TBS has ordered its first new unscripted series of 2023, AEW: All Access. The series is a follow-doc from the perspectives of the league’s biggest stars. It will feature Adam Cole, Dr. Britt Baker, Sammy Guevara, Tay Conti, The Young Bucks, Saraya, Wardlow, and Eddie Kingston along with AEW CEO, GM and Head of Creative Tony Khan. The series will premiere in March. Each episode will showcase AEW’s stars as they navigate the week-to-week challenges to remain at the top, and will track the rivalries between talent as they vie for fans’ attention. Over the course of the series, viewers will get the chance to follow the contentious lead-up to AEW’s major wrestling events and matches.
Woody Harrelson is set to host Saturday Night Live February 25. This will be Harrelson’s fifth time hosting, joining the Five Timers Club. Jack White is set to perform as musical guest.
The Power premieres on Prime Video March 31. The series is based on British author Naomi Alderman’s novel. The Power is our world, but for one twist of nature. Suddenly, and without warning, teenage girls develop the power to electrocute people at will. The series features a cast of remarkable characters from London to Seattle, Nigeria to Eastern Europe, as the Power evolves from a tingle in teenagers’ collarbones to a complete reversal of the power balance of the world. The series stars Toni Collette, John Leguizamo, Auli’i Cravalho, Toheeb Jimoh, Josh Charles, Eddie Marsan, Ria Zmitrowicz, Zrinka Cvitešić, and Halle Bush.
The Glory Part 2 premieres on Netflix March 10. Years after surviving horrific abuse in high school, a woman puts an elaborate revenge scheme in motion to make the perpetrators pay for their crimes.
Jake Lacy and Alison Brie have been cast in Peacock’s upcoming limited series Apples Never Fall. They join previously announced Annette Bening and Emmy Sam Neill. The limited series is based on Liane Moriarty’s novel.
Kane Brown will make his acting debut on CBS’s Fire Country April 7. He will play Robin, an enigmatic, modern-day train hopper who helps injured patients at the scene of a crash. Robin is more of a Robin Hood – an outlaw on the run who has a heart of gold.
Production on season three of HBO Max’s Hacks has been suspended while star Jean Smart recovers from a successful heart procedure. Production on the season began in January and will pick up again in March.
Ashley Park has been cast in the upcoming third season of hulu’s Only Murders in the Building. She will recur in the season which will also see Meryl Streep, Paul Rudd, and Jesse Williams appear, alongside stars Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez.
Judy Reyes is set to star in ABC’s HPI (High Intellectual Potential) pilot. She joins Kaitlin Olson, Daniel Sunjata, Javicia Leslie, and Deniz Akdeniz in the project based on a French series.
Rihanna is set to perform at the 95th Oscars. “Lift Me Up,” with music by Tems, Rihanna, Ryan Coogler and Ludwig Goransson and lyric by Tems and Ryan Coogler, is nominated for Original Song. Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, the 95th Oscars will air live on ABC and broadcast outlets worldwide on March 12.
Jason Bateman, Jeff Bridges, Jenna Ortega, Aubrey Plaza, Adam Scott, and Zendaya, along with SAG-AFTRA President Fran Drescher, Matt Bomer, Ariana DeBose, Eugene Levy, and Amy Poehler are set to present at the 29th Annual SAG Awards. The ceremony will be broadcast live on Netflix’s YouTube channel, YouTube.com/Netflix, February 26 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT from the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles. The ceremony will also be available on Twitter and Facebook.
Kane Brown will return as co-host of the 2023 CMT Music Awards alongside Kelsea Ballerini live from Moody Center on April 2. Brown will also pull double duty as performer, teaming up with wife Katelyn Brown for the television world premiere performance of their multi-week #1 hit single, “Thank God.” Kane and Katelyn made history with “Thank God,” becoming only the second married couple in country music to earn a #1 together with a duet.
The Idaho College Murders will premiere on ID March 12. The special will offer a critical, new perspective into the night of terror in Moscow, Idaho, that claimed the lives of four college students: Ethan Chapin, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle and Madison Mogen. Taking viewers into the close-knit college community and on the ground in Moscow, it will retrace the crime and the possible activities of the police’s primary suspect in custody, PHD student Bryan Kohberger. The comprehensive special will also dig deeper into recent evidence as well as introduce theories around the crime itself and the subsequent legal proceedings, offering insight from investigative journalists and criminal experts, including former C.S.I and forensic expert Alina Burroughs, host of ID’s Crime Scene Confidential, and former Brooklyn prosecutor and legal expert Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi, previously host of ID’s True Conviction. As the hour-long special unfolds, some of true crime’s leading voices will try to answer the question on everyone’s mind: How did this happen?
BBC comedy thriller Am I Being Unreasonable? premieres April 11 on Hulu. The series sees Nic grieving a loss that she can’t share with anyone whilst stuck in a depressing marriage. Only her son, Ollie who she adores, keeps her going. But when Jen arrives in town, her life is lit up with laughter and, through this kindred soul, her dark secret starts to bubble up.
New episodes of The Problem with Jon Stewart will premiere on Apple TV+ beginning March 3. The second season continues with six all-new episodes on topics including crime, defense policy, inflation, the backsliding of democracy and more. Upcoming interviews include Stewart sitting down with General David Petraeus to discuss defense; State Senator Natham Dahm (R-OK) about crimes and guns; Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) about prison reform and rehabilitation, and for the first time ever the series will travel abroad for Stewart to speak with foreign policy leaders.
True crime docuseries Who Killed Robert Wone? will premiere on Peacock March 7. The two episode series details the peculiar 2006 murder of Robert Wone, a young attorney who was found mysteriously stabbed to death at a friend’s home in Washington, D.C.
Music docu-special Bono & The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming premieres on Disney+ March 17. The special captures Dave Letterman on his first visit to Dublin to hang out with Bono and The Edge in their hometown, experience Dublin, and join the two U2 musicians for a concert performance unlike any they’ve done before. It is part concert movie, part travel adventure plus a whole lot of Bono and The Edge, with Dave’s humor throughout. It will focus on the extraordinary relationship between Bono and The Edge and how it has developed across 45-plus years of close friendship to become one of the most remarkable songwriting partnerships in the history of rock ‘n’ roll, plus document Dublin through Dave’s eyes as he experiences Bono and The Edge’s home city for the first time.