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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘The Other Two’ Ending, ‘Breeders’ Final Season Premiere Date, ‘Squid Game’ Adds Cast, ‘Full Circle’ Trailer, ‘Orlando Bloom: To the Edge’ Teaser, ‘TOMORROW X TOGETHER: OUR LOST SUMMER’ Premiere Date, and More!

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The Other Two will be ending with its current third season. The comedy series initially aired its first season on Comedy Central before moving to HBO Max (now Max) for its second and third seasons. After comparing themselves for years to their much-younger pop star brother, Chase Dreams, who is now a full adult, and their talk show host mother, who’s now more powerful than she could have ever imagined, Brooke and Cary are finally standing on their own two feet – fully “successful” in their own right! And yet, they somehow find themselves comparing themselves to new people once again??? 

The fourth and final ten episode season of Breeders premieres on FX July 31. It’s five years since we last saw the Worsley family, caught up in the dramatic events at the end of season three – Paul and Ally on the verge of splitting up, Jim and Jackie in turmoil, Luke finding a new relationship and Ava mending an old one. Season four brings the biggest parenting challenge that Paul and Ally have ever faced, as 18-year-old Luke drops a bombshell at Christmas dinner that will change everyone’s lives forever. No longer in Luke’s shadow, 16-year-old Ava experiences her own bombshell moment as she meets and immediately falls for the charismatic Holly. Paul and Ally continue to try, fail and try again as they face these latest parenting challenges, while also having to support the increasingly troubled Jim and Jackie. 

Netflix has announced the final casting announcements for the upcoming second season of the hit series. Joining the series are Park Gyu-young, Jo Yu-ri, Kang Ae-sim, Lee David, Lee Jin-uk, Choi Seung-hyun, Roh Jae-won, and Won Ji-an. Production on season two will begin later this year. 

Full Circle premieres on Max July 13. An investigation into a botched kidnapping uncovers long-held secrets connecting multiple characters and cultures in present day New York City.

Peacock has ordered a three episode docuseries titled Orlando Bloom: To the Edge. Bloom takes viewers on a thrilling journey of self-discovery as he pushes his limits physically and mentally in order to reach his personal edge of what is possible. Through fear defying adventures and spiritual awareness, Bloom overcomes his fears and learns more about himself, while inspiring the audience at home to explore and expand their own limits in everyday life. 

TOMORROW X TOGETHER: OUR LOST SUMMER premieres on Disney+ July 28. In 2019, TOMORROW X TOGETHER made a splash by becoming the first K-pop group to enter the U.S. Billboard 200 chart with their debut album. In TOMORROW X TOGETHER: OUR LOST SUMMER, viewers get to see band members SOOBIN, YEONJUN, BEOMGYU, TAEHYUN, and HUENINGKAI reunite in preparation for their international tour. With nerves at an all-time high and pressure to deliver the performance of a lifetime, how will the group handle themselves on some of the world’s biggest stages, including Lollapalooza? 

Worst Cooks in America: Love at First Bite premieres on Food Network August 6. In the eight-episode season, food superstars Anne Burrell and Jeff Mauro each lead a team of fun and flirty kitchen disasters through a life-changing culinary bootcamp to transform them from cooking duds into kitchen studs. The recruits not only learn how to make date-friendly dishes like sushi, spicy wontons and classic French pastries, they also go head-to-head in romantic dating-inspired challenges like the Cupid Games, the Bagel-orette and the Inferno Zone. In the end, only the most improved recruit left standing is awarded a $25,000 grand prize, bragging rights for their mentor and the ability to add “great cook” to their dating profile. 

Gillian Anderson is set to star in The Abandons. She joins Lena Headey in the action drama series from Kurt Sutter, set in 1850s Oregon. She’ll play Constance, a matriarch of a wealthy family who, despite the town’s bias against women, formed a powerful web of allies through money, charm and ruthlessness.

Another Vanderpump Rules spinoff series is in the works at Bravo. The series would include Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright, as well as Kristen Doute. 

McEnroe’s Places is now streaming on ESPN+. John McEnroe hosts the tennis-centric expansion of the Peyton’s Places franchise. Through conversations with legends of the past and present, John will showcase what makes the game a worldwide sensation. 

Two additional primetime episodes of The Price Is Right are set to air on CBS. To honor those who make sacrifices for our freedom, the series celebrates active-duty military, veterans and their families with a themed episode, airing July 3. In a primetime encore presentation, the series pays tribute to The Bob Barker Studio 33 during the show’s final taping at that location. The episode will air July 10. 

Hulu will be removing more series from its streaming library. Series set to be removed include Alaska Daily, The Company You Keep, Angie Tribeca, The Last Ship, The Detour and Blindspot. A large amount of series and specials were previously pulled last month. 

ESPN will present exclusively and in its entirety one of sport’s most prestigious annual events, The Championships, Wimbledon from the All England Lawn Tennis Club starting Monday, July 3. Fans will have an array of choices to watch Wimbledon via ESPN platforms. In addition to the television coverage on ESPN and streaming on ESPN+ and ESPN3, ABC will broadcast select live matches on the Middle Saturday and Sunday. The fortnight of daily marathon coverage from all 18 courts – first ball to last ball – will culminate with the Ladies’ Championship and the Gentlemen’s Doubles Championship on ESPN on Saturday, July 15, and the Gentlemen’s Championship and the Ladies’ Doubles Championship on Sunday, July 16. Both singles championships will also stream on ESPN+ in English and Spanish. 

Eric Andre and Flying Lotus will headline this year’s Adult Swim Festival on the green in San Diego. Taking place outside the San Diego Convention Center (5th Avenue Landing and Convention Way) on Thursday, July 20 through Saturday, July 22, the Adult Swim Festival on the Green in San Diego will also include performances by comedian Sarah Sherman, Hemlocke Springs, Ginger Root, DeathbyRomy, and producer and DJ Akira Akira. All activities are free to attend, with advance reservations now available for the most popular moments at 

Docuseries Surf Girls Hawai’i premieres on Prime Video July 18. The series follows the next generation of Native Hawaiian female surfers as they compete to earn a coveted spot on the professional surfing World Tour. This 4-part docuseries offers behind the scenes access to five of the sport’s most exciting young stars – Moana Jones Wong, Ewe Wong, Maluhia Kinimaka, Pua DeSoto, and Brianna Cope – as they train, navigate family responsibilities, and compete against the highest-ranking surfers in the world to get to the top of the podium. The stakes have never been higher as they battle intense waves, while feeling the added responsibility of representing their native Hawaiian heritage in the world of competitive surfing. It’s a coming-of-age story on the ocean, featuring the most beautiful beaches in the world during endless summer. 

Nat Geo’s docuseries Rewind The ’90s premieres July 31 on National Geographic. Celebrities, eyewitnesses and pop culture pundits relive the most memorable moments of the decade that ushered in the new millennium. From Y2K to Weird Al Yankovic, Tupac to Titanic, and Madonna to the Macarena, the series explores the forces that shaped the decade that changed the world forever. 

Docuseries Goliath premieres on Showtime July 14. The three episode series examines the historic life, career and impact of Wilt Chamberlain, one of the greatest and most misunderstood athletes of all time. Utilizing groundbreaking artificial intelligence to recreate Chamberlain’s voice to narrate his own words and archival footage provided by the Wilt Chamberlain Estate, the series tells the definitive story of Chamberlain’s remarkable life and how he fits into the fabric of American history. The series invokes a variety of voices from sports, media, entertainment and academia to place Chamberlain’s life in both historical and contemporary contexts, highlighting his unparalleled athleticism, trailblazing achievements, personal magnetism and introspective nature.

I Wanna Rock: The ’80s Metal Dream premieres on Paramount+ July 18. The three episode docuseries follows five young dreamers chasing stardom in the cutthroat world of ’80s metal. Some will succeed, some will fail, but each will make you see an entirely new side of the metal genre. 

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

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