Peacock has renewed Bel-Air for a third season. Inspired by Morgan Cooper’s lauded short film, the series is a modern-day reimagining of the iconic culture-defining ’90s sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. New episodes stream Thursdays through April 27. Season two stars Jabari Banks, Adrian Holmes, Cassandra Freeman, Olly Sholotan, Coco Jones, Akira Akbar, Jimmy Akingbola, Jordan L. Jones and Simone Joy Jones.
Kelly McCreary is leaving Grey’s Anatomy this season. She will depart in the episodes set to air April 13. McCreary had been a cast member for nine seasons. She joins Ellen Pompeo who also departed the series this season. Both are expected to return for another episode at the end of the season.
Beef premieres on Netflix April 6. The series follows the aftermath of a road rage incident between two strangers. Danny Cho (Steven Yeun), a failing contractor with a chip on his shoulder, goes head-to-head with Amy Lau (Ali Wong), a self-made entrepreneur with a picturesque life. The increasing stakes of their feud unravel their lives and relationships in this darkly comedic and deeply moving series. The ten episode season also stars Joseph Lee, Young Mazino, David Choe, and Patti Yasutake. Maria Bello, Ashley Park, Justin H. Min, Mia Serafino, and Remy Holt recur.
Tyra Banks is stepping down as host of Dancing with the Stars. She has hosted the past three seasons of the ballroom dancing competition series. Her departure comes following head judge Len Goodman announcing he was stepping away as well as professional dancers Cheryl Burke and Mark Ballas. Former winner Alfonso Ribeiro was added as a co-host last season, and there’s no word yet on who will host next season.
New Case Closed English dubbed episodes have been added to Tubi. Episodes include #985 to #1,005. This is the third wave of new episodes to be dubbed in a decade. A large gap of episodes from the mid 100s to mid 900s is yet to be dubbed.
Willow showrunner Jon Kasdan spoke out following reports of the series being canceled after one season. He says the Disney+ series has written a second season, or a second volume, of the series. It will not be filmed within the year, but he is hopeful they will be able to continue the journey.
Saturday Night Live’s post production crew has agreed to a tentative deal with NBC. The team had planned to strike April 1 if they didn’t reach a deal. Quinta Brunson is set to host the next episode April 1. Musical guest Lil Yachty will perform.
CBS has pulled the remaining four episodes of Lingo. The episodes will air as a part of the second season which was recently ordered. Encores of CBS drama series will air. Let’s Make a Deal Primetime will air four episodes beginning April 19.
An all new season of Growing Belushi premieres on Discovery Channel April 5. Jim Belushi combines his many artistic talents with an immense passion to build a cannabis business in Oregon. Jim and his ragtag team of farmers are taking his dream and his artisanal Belushi’s Farm and turning it into a national cannabis brand while setting their sights on a bigger goal, global expansion. But, as Discovery audiences have learned, Jim is his own worst enemy. Will he learn from his mistakes and take his cannabis business across the USA and overseas, or will it go up in a cloud of smoke?
Geoff Stults is set to recur this season on ABC’s new series The Company You Keep. He will play the ex of Sarah Wayne Callies’s Birdie and the father of Ollie.
Wendi McLendon-Covey will star in NBC’s St. Denis Medical pilot. The comedy series is a mockumentary following the staff at a hospital. She previously starred in ABC’s The Goldbergs for ten seasons, which will be ending this season.
Terry Crews is set to star in CBS’s JumpStart pilot. The potential series is based on the compic strip of the same name.
Alison Hammond is the new co-host of The Great British Bake Off. She replaces Matt Lucas who departed after last season. She joins Noel Fielding with Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith as judges. Hammond had previously competed on the celebrity edition of the series.
NBC will no longer broadcast the Billboard Music Awards. The network previously aired the last six ceremonies in the spring. As it searches for a new network to air on, the 2023 ceremony is scheduled to air November 19.
Queenmaker premieres on Netflix April 14. After a crisis of conscience, a powerful fixer uses her skills to propel a civil rights lawyer’s mayoral campaign – and take down her former employer.
Season two of Smother in Law will premiere April 12 on Netflix. In the new episodes of the Brazilian multi-camera sitcom, after spending a few months in prison where she learned WhatsApp scams, made friends and fell in love, the mother in law now finds a news excuse to stay with her son Carlos and daughter-in-law Alice: take care of the new grandchild who is on the way! Along with the inseparable Fátima, she will get into bigger troubles, always dragging the whole family with her.
“CMT Music Awards Week” begins March 27 through April 2. The stacked week of original programming includes the debut of a brand-new series CMT Defining, in celebration of the 10th anniversary of CMT Next Women of Country, featuring 2x CMT Music Awards nominee Carly Pearce, plus two all-new CMT Storytellers spotlighting CMT Music Awards co-host Kane Brown and multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter Dierks Bentley. Following the stellar week of music, the CMT Music Awards returns to CMT following its inaugural broadcast on CBS with the CMT Music Awards Extended Cut, featuring 30 extra minutes of bonus content and never-before-seen performances on Thursday, April 6 at 8p/7c.