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Star Wars: Ahsoka premieres on Disney+ this August. Set after the fall of the Empire, the series follows the former Jedi knight Ahsoka Tano as she investigates an emerging threat to a vulnerable galaxy. The series stars Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka, Natasha Liu Bordizzo as Sabine Wren and Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Hera Syndulla.

The Owl House series finale airs April 8 on Disney Channel. The fate of everything on the Boiling Isles now rests on the shoulders of a human, a cursed witch, and a determined but tiny little King.

Season 4, Part 2 of the final season of Manifest will premiere on Netflix November 4. In the aftermath of Angelina unleashing a devastating volcanic fissure, the passengers face severe scrutiny in a world fueled by 828er hate, no longer free to solve their own Callings without constant supervision by the unscrupulous 828 Registry. A mysterious accident delivers ominous warnings on a biblical scale that will further jeopardize the livelihood of all the passengers. As Michaela grieves the loss of her beloved husband Zeke, she must team up with her old flame Jared to find new methods to investigate Callings. Meanwhile, Ben and Saanvi attempt to collaborate with the Registry authorities, which only leads to dire results for the passengers. Miraculously, a mythological event reactivates Cal’s sapphire-laden dragon scar, offering a glimmer of hope for the 828ers to survive the rapidly approaching Death Date. But Angelina’s nefarious sapphire powers continue to wreak havoc, leading to a struggle between good and evil down to their very last day in this most terrifying, suspenseful and joyous chapter of the Manifest story. 

Molly Shannon is hosting Saturday Night Live April 8. This will be the second time the former cast member hosted the NBC late night series. Jonas Brothers will serve as musical guest for the third time. 

Netflix has canceled Sex/Life after two seasons. The cancellation comes only a few weeks after the six episode season premiered. The series starred Sarah Shahi, Margaret Odette, Mike Vogel and Adam Demos. 

Lopez vs Lopez will move to Tuesdays for its final three episodes of the season. The episodes will air at 8:30 p.m. beginning April 25 following episodes of Night Court. The multicam comedy series stars George Lopez, Mayan Lopez, Selenis Leyva, Brice Gonzalez, Matt Shively and Al Madrigal. 

Season two of Star Wars series Andor will premiere on Disney+ in August 2024. The announcement was made during Star Wars Celebration in London. The second season will be the final season as it leads into the events of the film Rogue One. 

Match Me Abroad premieres May 14 on TLC. Three international matchmakers put their skills to the test by helping seven Americans who are looking to find love only abroad. While these singles are eager to explore and find love, their matchmakers will need to break through the real reasons they may have struck out in the past. Whether chaperoning dates, translating languages or coaching their clients through the ups and downs of dating, these savvy, love connoisseurs from around the world will do what it takes to find the right connection. 

The Roku Channel has launched 14 Warner Bros. branded linear channels. From addictive reality series like F-Boy Island and Bachelor in Paradise to out-of-this-world dramas like Westworld and sweet escapes like Cake Boss, these new channels offer something for every type of streaming mood, any time of day. Many of the HBO Max series recently purged from the streamer will be available. 

Ben Affleck, Bryan Cranston, Tom Cruise, Josh Gad, Jennifer Garner, Brett Goldstein, Kate Hudson, Allison Janney, the Kardashian family, Mila Kunis, Seth Meyers, Billy Porter and Sharon Stone are among the huge stars who will appear on The Late Late Show with James Corden during the last weeks of the award-winning late night series, which will air its final broadcast Thursday, April 27 (12:37-1:37 AM, ET/PT) on CBS. BLACKPINK will appear in a new “Carpool Karaoke” segment plus two additional “Carpool Karaoke” segments with iconic guests, a “Take a Break” segment with the Kardashian family and a big “Crosswalk the Musical” farewell performance. CBS will also celebrate James Corden with a primetime special, The Last Last Late Late Show with James Corden Carpool Karaoke Special on April 27.

Wave Makers premieres on Netflix April 28. A heated election is on the horizon. A team of campaign staffers must confront tough choices while navigating a cutthroat political landscape. 

New series Naked and Afraid: Last One Standing premieres May 7 on Discovery Channel. Twelve of Naked and Afraid‘s toughest and most experienced all-stars take on South Africa’s punishing Oribi Gorge in a completely new type of challenge. For the first time ever, survivalists will compete head-to-head through a grueling, multiphase challenge and have their primitive skills tested for the chance to win $100,000. The competition is fierce, as survivalists can use any means necessary – even sabotage – to take home the grand prize. At the end of 45 days, only one can be crowned the Last One Standing. 

The new season of Mama June: Family Crisis premieres May 5 on WE tv. Pumpkin and Josh are raising four kids under five and have taken full custody of Alana. They’re struggling to make ends meet despite June’s monthly child support contribution as well as balancing their responsibilities as parents. Meanwhile, Jessica has been distant from her family and shares a shocking personal secret. June is now living with her new husband Justin in Alabama while struggling with health issues. Determined to mend her relationship with the girls, June continues to reach out to Pumpkin and Alana to no avail. With June’s pending wedding ceremony and Alana’s graduation on the horizon, can this family ultimately come together? 

Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King premieres on Netflix June 16. The followup film to the anime series was originally set to air in March.

Lee Arvoy
Lee Arvoy joined the TV Source team in the summer of 2020 as a TV Writer.

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