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Warrior returns for season three on Max June 29. In the wake of the race riots that upended Chinatown in season two, Mai Ling uses her government connections to consolidate power, while Ah Sahm and the Hop Wei must find new ways to survive. 

Season eight of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars premieres on Paramount+ May 12. The star-studded guest judges lineup, including Maude Apatow, Brandon Boyd, Zooey Deschanel, Thom Filicia, Javicia Leslie, Idina Menzel, Ego Nwodim, Matt Rogers, Adam Shankman, JoJo Siwa, Robin Thede and Bowen Yang, with mainstay judges Michelle Visage, Carson Kressley, Ross Mathews and Ts Madison returning. 12 fan-favorite queens are back to compete for a spot in the “Drag Race Hall of Fame” and a cash prize of $200,000. This season also introduces a second way to win in the first-ever Fame Games, where eliminated queens vie for a prize of $50,000.

Season seven of Queer Eye will premiere on Netflix May 12. The Fab Five are back and these saints are marching in… to New Orleans! Watch as they transform the lives of seven deserving heroes who are ready to show up for themselves and for each other. Grab the tissues because a little support goes a long beignet! 

The Kardashians returns for season three on hulu May 25. The cameras return as Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie invite viewers back into their lives as they navigate motherhood, coparenting, and building their own empires. Their bond will be tested and tensions arise, but as a family they will stand together through the storm. 

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia premieres June 7 on FXX with the first two episodes, with a new episode each following week. The longest running live action comedy series in television history is ripping straight from the headlines – Inflation, US-Russian relations, mental health, gender equality, injury liability, gun control, and… celebrity-branded products. This season Mac battles with allergies and long-distance dating, Charlie takes on his long-forgotten sisters, Dee fights for rent control and women’s athletics, Frank wrestles for his gun, and Dennis struggles to improve his mental health. At the end of the day, they’re navigating 2023 with 16 years of baggage as a few figures from their past rear their heads.

Bounce has renewed Johnson for a third season. The new season will premiere August 5. The dramedy series focuses on four lifelong best friends, all of whom share the same last name. Shot on location in Atlanta, the series is a journey of love, self-discovery and brotherhood told from the Black male perspective but is inclusive of all men. The second season saw the series touch on hot-button topics including fatherhood, classism and the ever-evolving relationship dynamics between Black men and women. 

Adam Brody has been cast in Netflix’s Untitled Erin Foster Comedy Series. He joins Kristen Bell in the comedy centered on the unlikely relationship between an outspoken, agnostic woman and an unconventional rabbi. Brody will play Noah, a charming rabbi who is stuck in his ways and used to playing things safe. He starts to stumble when he meets a brutally honest and provocative Joanne, played by Bell, totally upending his safe life plan. 

Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku will be the only returning cast members as series regulars in the upcoming fifth season of Bob Hearts Abishola. The remaining eleven cast members will become recurring in the new season. They will appear in as few as five episodes in the upcoming thirteen episode season. No official word yet, but the series may be heading into its final season, though a back nine order is not out of the question yet. 

Red Table Talk has been canceled following Facebook Watch getting out of original programming. The talk series is looking to find a new home. Jada Pinkett Smith, her daughter, Willow, and her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, discussed a wide variety of topics over its five seasons.

HGTV has ordered the new home renovation series Turn Your House Around. Carmeon Hamilton will come to the rescue of frustrated Memphis-area homeowners who are stuck with houses that aren’t practical for their family’s needs. Throughout the series, Carmeon, with help from her talented team of makers and craftspeople, will create uniquely customized and functional spaces that perfectly fit each family’s lives, personal style and budget. The series will premiere in 2024. 

Vice News Tonight has been canceled at Vice TV. The news program’s cancellation comes as Vice Media Group begins reorganizing its news division. The series originally ran for three seasons on HBO, and was then revived on Vice TV. The series was a spinoff of Vice which ran on HBO before moving to Showtime, where it currently airs. 

Travel Channel’s Eli Roth Presents: The Legion of Exorcists premieres on June 1. The series details terrifying stories of demonic possession from cursed objects inflicting harm to complete human body takeovers. Eli Roth Presents: A Ghost Ruined My Life returns for a new season on July 13. The new season features more real-life stories of hauntings that have left emotional and sometimes physical scars on those unlucky enough to have experienced them.

Sarah Goldberg has been cast in HBO’s Industry. Goldberg will recur in the upcoming third season. 

Donald Sutherland has been cast in Paramount+’s Lawmen: Bass Reeves. Sutherland will recur in the anthology series from Taylor Sheridan starring David Oyelowo.

Christian James, Megan West, Daniel Abeles, Kimberly Guerrero and Monette Moio have joined the cast of Prime Video’s Outer Range. The five will recur in the upcoming second season starring Josh Brolin. 

Australian series The Real Housewives of Sydney is being rebooted. The new series will stream on Binge. The original series ran for one season. The new one will consist of ten episodes and feature an all new cast. 

A new version of Candid Camera is in development. Taraji P. Henson will serve as host of the hidden camera series alongside Peter Funt. 

Music competition series Banded premieres on AXS TV May 13. The series is hosted by musician and television personality Brandon Jenner, with recording artist and American Idol finalist Didi Benami as co-host. 25 contenders will be placed into five brand new multi-genre bands under the tutelage of songwriters, producers, and artists such as Songwriters Hall of Fame honoree Wendy Starland, as well as Paul Ebersold, Steve Diamond, Justin Wilson, and Dave Pahanish. Each week will feature a roster of legendary mentors and guest judges from across the music spectrum, such as Metal icons Vince Neil and Kip Winger, chart-topping Country star Steve Azar, Vans Warped Tour mastermind Kevin Lyman, and world-class rock ‘n roll drummer Mark Schulman, among many others. 

Docuseries Human Footprint premieres on PBS July 5. Hosted by biologist and Princeton University professor Shane Campbell-Staton, Ph.D., this six episode, part-science, part-travel series takes viewers from high-tech labs to sweltering street markets, from farms to restaurants, and from primeval forests to the back alleys of New York to explore the ways humans are transforming the planet – and what those transformations tell us about who we are as a species. 

Dana Bash will take over as host of CNN’s Inside Politics. She replaces John King who will take on a project tied to the upcoming 2024 presidential campaign season.

Hannah Gadsby: Something Special premieres May 9 on Netflix. In this smart and feel good set, the comedian talks about a wedding (theirs!), more than one traumatic encounter with a bunny and much more. The special was filmed at the Sydney Opera House in Fall, 2022. 

Black Knight premieres on Netflix May 12. In a dystopian future devastated by air pollution, the survival of humanity depends on the Black Knights – and they’re far from your average deliverymen.

FX’s The Secrets of Hillsong premieres on hulu May 19. The series is based on Vanity Fair’s explosive reporting on the megachurch’s scandals by Alex French and Dan Adler. It goes beyond the sensational headlines and behind the velvet rope to examine the church’s long pattern of covering up misconduct to protect itself.

Turn of the Tide premieres May 26 on Netflix. When a ton of drugs washes ashore in the Azorean village of Rabo de Peixe, Eduardo and his friends will have to decide whether to remain a small fish in a sea of sharks, or change their destiny forever.

Barracuda Queens premieres June 5 on Netflix. Loosely inspired by true events, Barracuda Queens follows a group of young women in the 90s who commit burglaries in an attempt to rebel, seek thrills and get revenge on men who have done them wrong. By day they are high-achieving students and daughters but by night, they are ruthless thieves. So no one would ever suspect them, right? 

AXS TV is extending the first season of the rock & roll talk show The Power Hour. Seven additional episodes are slated to debut on a new night and time beginning Sunday May 7. The series is hosted by notable rock experts and enthusiasts Matt Pinfield, Josh Bernstein, and Caity Babs, who present star-studded episodes packed with the insider news, latest music videos, and exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in the rock and metal landscapes. Notable guests include shock rock pioneers Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie, Billy Idol, Lzzy Hale, Corey Taylor and many others. 

Superhero drama series Supacell is coming soon to Netflix. The series follows five ordinary people who unexpectedly develop superpowers. 

Docuseries Working: What We Do All Day premieres May 17 on Netflix. The series explores the ways in which we find meaning in our work and how our experiences and struggles connect us on a human level. Narrated by President Barack Obama, who makes appearances alongside everyday people in their homes and places of work, the series follows individuals at all levels of the workforce – from service jobs all the way up to the C-suite – across the industries of home care, tech, and hospitality

Trippin’ with Anthony Anderson and Mama Doris premieres on E! June 22 with back to back episodes. Anthony Anderson owes his Mama Doris a lot, as she gave up her own dreams of being an actress to raise him. As a token of his appreciation, he is treating her to the trip of lifetime – a six-week excursion through England, France and Italy – to discover some of Europe’s wonders for her first time and experience a real, cultural vacation filled with history and luxury. Whether it’s walking in African fashion week, hunting for truffle or taking elaborate cooking classes, spending this amount of quality time together will be a real test for their relationship as the pair disagree on most anything and everything. In each of the eight episodes, the series will bring chaos, frustration and heartfelt moments as Anthony and Mama Doris navigate other cultures and their mother/son relationship. 

Tour de France: Unchained premieres on Netflix June 8. The docuseries focuses on the iconic Tour de France 2022, a source of national pride in France.

True crime series Missing: Dead or Alive? premieres on Netflix May 10. Follow officers from a South Carolina sheriff’s department as they urgently search for individuals who’ve disappeared under troubling circumstances.

WE TV has ordered an ice skating docuseries titled Breaking the Ice. The 8-episode docuseries follows Washington DC-based ice skating champion, Rory Flack, and her groundbreaking journey leading the first all diverse, competitive synchronized ice skating team. The series will debut this summer. 

Season two of Harriet The Spy premieres on Apple TV+ May 5. The series is based on the iconic children’s novel chronicling the coming-of-age adventures of the irrepressible Harriet M. Welsch. More than anything, Harriet wants to be a writer, and in order to be a good writer, she’ll need to know everything. And to know everything means she’ll need to spy … on everyone! This season, follow Harriet as she navigates letting go, growing up, and celebrating the gift of today. 

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

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