Fatal Attraction premieres on Paramount+ April 30. The series is a deep-dive reimagining of the classic psychosexual thriller and ’80s cultural touchstone. The new series will explore fatal attraction and the timeless themes of marriage and infidelity through the lens of modern attitudes toward strong women, personality disorders and coercive control. The series stars Joshua Jackson, Lizzy Caplan, and Amanda Peet.
Season two of Somebody Somewhere will premiere on HBO April 23. The series follows Sam, a true Kansan on the surface, but, beneath it all, struggling to fit the hometown mold. Grappling with loss and acceptance, singing is Sam’s saving grace and leads her on a journey to discover herself and a community of outsiders who don’t fit in but don’t give up, showing that finding your people, and finding your voice, is possible. Anywhere. Somewhere. Season two reminds us that families are hard, even the fun ones. Sam and Joel have settled into a comfy routine. But nothing stays the same forever.
Peacock’s Mrs. Davis premieres on Peacock March 14. “Mrs. Davis” is the world’s most powerful Artificial Intelligence. Simone is the nun devoted to destroying Her. Betty Gilpin stars, alongside Jake McDorman and Andy McQueen, as Simone, a nun who goes to battle against an all-powerful Artificial Intelligence known as “Mrs. Davis.” McDorman plays Gilpin’s rebellious ex, who also has a personal vendetta against the Algorithm.
USA Network has renewed Barmageddon for a second season. Blake Shelton and Carson Daly invite the audience into Blake’s bar, Ole Red, for a front row seat as their celebrity friends compete in over-the-top bar games. With Carson behind the bar and Blake taking the stage with his house band for live music sing-alongs, these icons and celebrity favorites show a new side to themselves in this anything but ordinary game show – and everyone is invited to the party. Celebrity friends go head-to-head in a series of classic bar games with a fun twist, including Air Cannon Cornhole, Keg Curling, Drunken Axe Hole, Sharts (“Shelton Darts”) and more. Season two promises a fresh crop of iconic celebrity favorites letting loose and a new set of outrageous games, upping the antics and intensifying the competition.
Season three of The Great will premiere on hulu May 12. The new season sees Catherine and Peter attempt to make their marriage work after some seemingly insurmountable problems. Peter witnessed his own attempted murder at Catherine’s hands and she also imprisoned all of his friends. On top of this, Peter is at a loose end playing First Husband to Catherine’s reign, so he busies himself with fathering, hunting and salty culinary ventures. But they’re not enough to keep him contented as visions of his late father, get in his head about his failures as Peter the Great’s son. Catherine the Great starts making a name for herself beyond her borders and inspired by a visit from the US ambassador, sets up a conference where peasants, nobles and merchants can all give their input on developing a new Russia. She learns that even the best political leaders sometimes need to make compromises in order to progress.
Fox has renewed animated comedy series Krapopolis for a third season. The renewal comes ahead of the series premiere, which is now set for the 2023-2024 season. It was originally set to premiere at the end of last year with the series to air this coming summer. The series is set in mythical ancient Greece and tells the story of a dysfunctional family of humans, gods and monsters that try their hand at running the world’s first cities – without trying to kill each other, that is.
Netflix has ordered a comedy series starring Kristen Bell, created by Erin Foster. The series is centered on the unlikely relationship between an irreverent, outspoken, agnostic woman and an unconventional rabbi.
Season two of Housebroken will premiere on Fox March 29 at 9:30. The hilarious group of neighborhood animals come home for a new season of shenanigans.
Netflix has ordered limited series Zero Day starring Robert De Niro. The six episode conspiracy thriller asks the question on everyone’s mind — how do we find truth in a world in crisis, one seemingly being torn apart by forces outside our control? And in an era rife with conspiracy theory and subterfuge, how much of those forces are products of our own doing, perhaps even of our own imagining?
Netflix announced a new stage play Stranger Things: The First Shadow will premiere in late 2023 at the Phoenix Theatre in London’s West End, directed by Stephen Daldry with co-direction by Justin Martin. Written by Kate Trefry, the play takes place in Hawkins, 1959, a regular town with regular worries. Young Jim Hopper’s car won’t start, Bob Newby’s sister won’t take his radio show seriously and Joyce Maldonado just wants to graduate and get the hell out of town. When new student Henry Creel arrives, his family finds that a fresh start isn’t so easy… and the shadows of the past have a very long reach.
USA Network has canceled reality series Snake In The Grass after one season. The series was hosted by Bobby Bones. Each episode featured four players who were dropped into the wild for 36 hours with a chance to win $100,000. In order to win, the four must figure out which one of them is ‘the Snake’ – a saboteur who is secretly undermining the group every step of the way.
HGTV has ordered twelve more episodes of Married to Real Estate. In the series, real estate broker and designer Egypt Sherrod and her husband, expert builder Mike Jackson, help families buy and renovate their dream homes in Metro Atlanta. The network also ordered eight more episodes of Rico to the Rescue. Builder Rico León and his team, designer Poonam Moore and chief estimator Matt Plowman, help Denver homeowners resolve issues with previous contractors and salvage their renovations.
Prime Video is developing an adaptation of The Day Of the Triffids based on the book by John Wyndham. The series takes place in a world where after most people in the world are blinded by an apparent meteor shower, an aggressive species of plant starts killing people.
Bebe Neuwirth will appear in the Frasier revival series on Paramount+. Neuwirth appeared in the original series after originating the role of Lilith on Cheers.
Christine Horn and Sule Rimi will star in Amazon Freevee’s upcoming series Classified. They join Imani Pullum in the coming of age drama series.
Grantham Coleman has joined Paramount+’s upcoming limited series Bass Reeves. He joins Lauren E. Banks, Forrest Goodluck and Barry Pepper as well as Dennis Quaid who will recur.
Ving Rhames will star in BET+’s Legacy. The three episode series also stars AJ Johnson, Lisa Raye and Clifton Powell. The series premieres March 2.
Season four of Going From Broke premieres March 1 on Crackle. Hosts Dan Rosensweig, CEO of Chegg, and financial expert Tonya Rapley (MyFabFinance.com) dedicate their time to helping participants on the series, as well as the viewing audience, change the direction of their financial future to become the CEO of their own lives. In the wake of “The Great Resignation” manifesting across the American workforce, this season focuses on helping people manage their debt, job insecurity, and growing mental health concerns. The fourth season features a wide range of people from all walks of life, including a ranching family struggling to keep their farm, a restauranteur couple who lost their business during the pandemic, and a male cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens with a history of homelessness.
CNN’s new daytime lineup CNN News Central will premiere in March. John Berman, Kate Bolduan and Sara Sidner will anchor the 9AM-Noon timeslot. Brianna Keilar, Boris Sanchez and Jim Sciutto will anchor the 1PM-4PM timeslot. Inside Politics will continue to air Noon to 1PM with John King.
Builder Brothers Dream Factory will premiere on Treehouse in Canada March 26. The animated preschool series is based on the lives of Drew and Jonathan Scott as they use their creativity and imaginations to help people in their neighborhood.
Adam Sandler will receive the King of Comedy Award at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2023. Hosted by Nate Burleson and Charli D’Amelio, the event will continue to put the fans in control as they enter a magical surreal world and feature extreme logic-defying stunts; wild celebrity collaborations and games; illusions and tricks; and epic slimings. The show will simulcast March 4 across Nickelodeon, TeenNick, Nicktoons, the Nick Jr. channel, TV Land, CMT and MTV2, and livestream on Nick.com and the Nick App.
Sky High: The Series premieres on Netflix March 17. Angel is gone, but Sole does not want to be someone’s widow nor someone’s daughter. She is ready to lead her own gang to get to where she wants to be. No matter the cost.
Season three of Sanditon will premiere on PBS Masterpiece March 19. Sanditon is a sleepy seaside village on its way to becoming a deluxe and fashionable resort on the English coast. Its transformation means beaches and balls, fortune hunters, romance, and yes, heartbreak. The story is inspired by Jane Austen’s final unfinished novel and the much-talked-about adaptation has ignited a deeply passionate fanbase. Alas, Sanditon’s third season will be its last and we must ardently hope our youthful heroine Charlotte finds everlasting happiness.
Season two of Invisible City premieres on Netflix March 22. After a family tragedy, a man discovers mythical creatures living among humans — and soon realizes they hold the key to his mysterious past.
From Me to You: Kimi ni Todoke, a joint production from TV Tokyo and Netflix, will premiere March 30 on Netflix. The series is based on one of manga artist Karuho Shiina’s most well-known works, which was serialized in Bessatsu Margaret (published by Shueisha). First-year high school student Sawako Kuronuma finds it hard to fit in with her classmates and is mockingly nicknamed “Sadako” because of her long black hair and pale skin. As she lives her lonely school life, she meets a boy who talks to her and doesn’t care about the rumors. His name is Shota Kazehaya, and he is the most popular student in his class, loved by everyone for his cheerful personality. By talking with Kazehaya, Sawako slowly begins to open up to her other classmates. As she lives the high school life she always dreamed of, her feelings toward Kazehaya begin to change…
New game show series Who the Bleep Is That? premieres on FOX stations in 12 major markets – New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, D.C., San Francisco, Houston, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Detroit, Orlando and Milwaukee – beginning March 6. Comedian Jeff Dye hosts the half hour show where contestants will have their celebrity knowledge put to the ultimate test as they uncover images focusing on TV, music, sports, politics, historical figures and social influencers. Obscured images of celebrities are shown to contestants, and slowly become clear to reveal current photos, throwback photos, sketches, actors in movie roles, images of famous people in relationships, and more. The first contestant to buzz in and guess correctly wins the point, and after three rounds, the contestant with the most points get the chance to play for the grand prize of $5K.
Agent Elvis will premiere on Netflix March 17. Elvis Presley trades in his jumpsuit for a jet pack when he is covertly inducted into a secret government spy program to battle the dark forces that threaten the country he loves – all while holding down his day job as the King Of Rock And Roll. Kaitlin Olson, Johnny Knoxville, Niecy Nash, Tom Kenny and Don Cheadle join Matthew McConaughey as the voice cast along with Priscilla Presley voicing herself.
Saturdays premieres on Disney Channel March 24. The series is a single-cam coming-of-age comedy that only takes place on the best day of the week… Saturday! It revolves around 14-year-old Paris Johnson and her best friends, Simone and Ari, who hone their roller skating skills on the cool parquet floor of Saturdays, a local skating rink in Chicago. Together they form the We-B-Girlz skate crew and are determined to show and prove they have the hottest skate routines on the planet!