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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Heels’ Trailer, ‘Oshi no Ko’ Renewed, ‘Reservation Dogs’ Ending With Season Three, ‘The Morning Show’ Season Premiere, ‘From’ Renewed, ‘Summer Camp Island’ Final Season Premiere Date, and More!

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Season two of Heels will premiere on Starz July 28. Season two brings fans back to the family-owned wrestling organization, Duffy Wrestling League (DWL), where brothers and rivals, Jack and Ace Spade, continue to fight over their late father’s legacy and their individual versions of success, while also working to find their own identity as a “face” or a “heel.” The show invokes feelings of nostalgia while covering topics like the effects of trauma on communities, finding personal identity, and women taking the lead in every facet. It is centered around a small-town community where everyone knows each other and everyone in town follows the saga of the Heels and Faces in the DWL. 

Anime series Oshi no Ko has been renewed for a second season. The first season is streaming completed in sub, and is in the middle of airing its dub version on HIDIVE. When a pregnant young starlet appears in Dr. Gorou Amemiya’s countryside medical clinic, he takes it upon himself to safely (and secretly) deliver Ai Hoshino’s child. But on the eve of her delivery, he is slain by Ai’s deluded stalker — and subsequently reborn as her child, Aquamarine Hoshino! Now, he wants to help his new mother rise to the top, but what can a child do about the dark underbelly of the entertainment industry? And what will he do when disaster strikes?

FX’s Reservation Dogs will be ending with its upcoming third season, premiering August 2. This season, the Rez Dogs find themselves stranded in Cali and have to figure out their way back home. After making it back to Okern, Elora considers the idea of college, Bear comes across a conspiracy theorist named Maximus, Willie Jack grows more invested in healing her community and Cheese, well, he still lives with his grandmother who’s not his grandmother. Meanwhile, the aunties, uncles and elders explore their pasts and try to heal old wounds. Season three is full of road trips, bathroom wisdom, unexpected fathers, boarding schools, Bigfoot, rumors, revenge and healing.

Season three of The Morning Show will premiere on Apple TV+ September 13. This season, the future of the network is thrown into question and loyalties are pushed to the brink when a tech titan takes an interest in UBA. Unexpected alliances form, private truths are weaponized and everyone is forced to confront their core values both in and out of the newsroom. Along with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, the star-studded season three ensemble cast is lead by Billy Crudup, Mark Duplass, Nestor Carbonell, Karen Pittman, Greta Lee, Jon Hamm, Nicole Beharie and Julianna Margulies. 

MGM+ has renewed From for a third season. The series unravels the mystery of a nightmarish town that traps all those who enter. In the wake of Season Two’s epic cliffhanger, escape will become a tantalizing and very real possibility as the true nature of the town comes into focus, and the townspeople go on offense against the myriad horrors surrounding them. The series is set to return in 2024. 

The sixth and final season of Summer Camp Island will finally make its debut July 31 on Cartoon Network with two episodes. In the premiere, Susie must rely on Oscar and Hedgehog in unimaginable ways after a magic trick has gone wrong, and Hedgehog reckons with her mother’s disapproval of magic. The series was initially set to air last year on HBO Max before it was unceremoniously pulled. Cartoon Network then confirmed the final season would air on the network, where it initially debuted. 

Eight top culinary stars will face off in Flavortown Market for the first time on Guy’s Grocery Games: All-Star Invitational. The exhilarating competition kicks off on August 16 with Guy’s most challenging aisle games yet. Going head-to-head in this monumental showdown are culinary giants Karen Akunowicz, Nate Appleman, Jose Garces, Ilan Hall, Stephanie Izard, Mei Lin, Shota Nakajima, and Jonathon Sawyer as they vie for the chance to win up to $75,000 in prizes and the coveted trophy. 

ABC has extended cast options on the main cast of Home Economics. The comedy series which ran for thirteen episodes last season remains on the bubble. It is likely a positive sign that the network decided to extend options rather than let them run out ahead of the June 30 deadline. Fellow bubble series The Rookie: Feds remains in contention as well as The Good Doctor spinoff pilot The Good Lawyer. 

Showtime is no longer moving forward on its Gattaca remake series as well as comedy series Seasoned which would have starred real-life married couple Mandy Patinkin and Kathryn Grody. The network is also not moving forward on two series Sweetness and Split which were in development. 

Kevin Bacon will star in Prime Video’s The Bondsman. The series centers on Hub Halloran (Bacon), a backwoods bounty hunter who comes back from the dead with an unexpected second chance at life, love, and a nearly-forgotten musical career — only to find that his old job now has a demonic new twist.

Fox has ordered an adaptation of the Dutch physical quiz show titled The Floor. The series takes 100 contestants who take part in head to head quiz challenges, trying to take over the giant square floor board. The challenger who takes the entire board wins $250,000.

Lynn Whitfield has joined the cast of Showtime’s The Chi. Whitfield will recur in the upcoming sixth season. 

The 66th Annual Grammy Awards will air live from Arena in Los Angeles on Feb. 4 on CBS. Nominations will be announced on November 10. More information related to the awards will be available in the coming months. 

ESPN will exclusively televise the 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby July 10 at 8 p.m. ET from T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Wash. Karl Ravech, who has served as the voice of the event since 2017, returns to call the action with analyst Eduardo Perez. Reporters Buster Olney and Alden Gonzalez will contribute updates and conduct interviews for the telecast. Kevin Connors will host the Baseball Tonight pre-Derby show on ESPN from 4-6 p.m. and then again from 7-8 p.m. with a combination of analysts, including Jessica Mendoza, Xavier Scruggs and National Baseball Hall of Fame writer Tim Kurkjian. ESPN will nationally televise the 2023 MLB Draft Presented By Nike from Seattle’s Lumen Field on July 9, at 7 p.m. ET as part of its MLB All-Star coverage. In addition, the entire MLB Draft will be available for the first time on ESPN+. Karl Ravech will host the MLB Draft with analysts Eduardo Perez, Jessica Mendoza, Kyle Peterson, Chris Burke and Xavier Scruggs as well as ESPN Senior MLB Insider Jeff Passan and ESPN MLB Insider Kiley McDaniel.

The Mega-Brands That Built America premieres July 23 on The History Channel. The series takes on the greatest leaders in American consumer history from the top-name brands in retail, sports, healthcare, electronics, and more. It explores industry-leading innovators including Sam Walton, Sol Price, A.G. Spalding, Harley Procter, James Gamble, Jacob Schick, and King C. Gillette. These pioneers invented, built, expanded, and led successful businesses in markets they helped create while being pitted against their biggest rivals. Weaving together expert interviews, archival footage, and original recreations, the series recounts the groundbreaking innovations that revolutionized the most colossal and profitable consumer empires and their profound influence on our nation. 

Unknown: Killer Robots premieres on Netflix July 10. Deep in the heart of the military-industrial complex, a new kind of soldier is being developed. AI-powered robots are changing the face of warfare, and increasingly making their own decisions on the battlefield. Unknown: Killer Robots  follows the soldiers and scientists racing to build these technologies, and the activists on a mission to expose their dangerous potential. 

A sing-along version of Hamilton will premiere on Disney+ June 30. Filmed at The Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway in June of 2016, Hamilton features Tony Award winners Lin-Manuel Miranda as Alexander Hamilton; Daveed Diggs as Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson; Renée Elise Goldsberry as Angelica Schuyler; Leslie Odom, Jr. as Aaron Burr; Tony Award nominees Christopher Jackson as George Washington; Jonathan Groff as King George; Phillipa Soo as Eliza Hamilton; and Jasmine Cephas Jones as Peggy Schuyler/Maria Reynolds; Okieriete Onaodowan as Hercules Mulligan/James Madison; and Anthony Ramos as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton. This week also marks the three-year anniversary of Hamilton’s debut on Disney+.

Supa Team 4 premieres on Netflix July 20. Four teens are just trying to survive secondary school when an ex-spy recruits them for her superhero team. Their newest assignment? Saving the world.

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

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