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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘All Rise’ Final Season Premiere Date, ‘Still Up’ Trailer, ‘Love is Blind’ Premiere Date, ‘Frasier’ Premiere Date, ‘Miseducation’ Trailer, ‘And Just Like That…’ Renewed, and More!

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The final season of All Rise will premiere on OWN September 16. The series provides an intimate look into the lives of those working within the justice system in a bustling Los Angeles courthouse. It picks up immediately following the events of the dangerous Smash and Grab case, which left the courthouse in chaos and many lives in balance. 

Still Up premieres on Apple TV+ September 22 with the first three episodes. The series is an almost romantic comedy set in the after-hours world of insomniacs Danny (Craig Roberts) and Lisa (Antonia Thomas) who have no secrets except their feelings for each other. Also starring in the ensemble cast are Blake Harrison, Lois Chimimba, Luke Fetherston and Rich Fulcher.  

Season four of Love is Blind: After the Altar premieres on Netflix September 1. As the married couples raise a toast to their one-year anniversaries and the singles reflect on the past year, a plan is hatched to reunite the Pod Squad for a flag football celebration. However, the upcoming game and party promises unexpected surprises and twists leaving the fate of some relationships hanging in the balance. Will remaining tension be squashed? Have marriages and friendships grown together or grown apart? Additionally, season five of Love is Blind premieres September 22. Singles who want to be loved for who they are have signed up for a less conventional approach to modern dating in Houston, and will choose someone to marry without ever meeting them. Over several weeks, the newly engaged couples will move in together, plan their wedding and find out if their physical connection matches their strong emotional bond developed in the Pods. When their wedding day arrives, will real-world realities and external factors push them apart, or will they marry the person they fell blindly in love with? Hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey, this addictive 10-episode series will uncover whether looks, race or age do matter, or if love really is blind. 

Paramount+’s Frasier reboot series will premiere October 12 with two episodes. CBS will also air the first two episodes back to back on October 17. Filmed in front of a live studio audience at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, the new series follows Frasier Crane in the next chapter of his life as he returns to Boston with new challenges to face, new relationships to forge and an old dream or two to finally fulfill. Frasier has re-entered the building! 

Miseducation premieres on Netflix September 15. After a public humiliation, a wannabe influencer enrolls in the only university that will take her, where she aspires to regain her social status. 

Max has renewed And Just Like That… for a third season. This new chapter of the beloved franchise finds Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte navigating friendship, family, and New York in their 50s. The eleven-episode second season will conclude August 24.

Demi Lovato, Karol G, Måneskin and Stray Kids are the first round of global music stars slated to perform at the 2023 “VMAs” LIVE from New Jersey’s Prudential Center on Tuesday, September 12th at 8PM ET/PT. Fans can vote for their favorites across 15 gender-neutral categories, including the highly-coveted “Video of the Year,” presented by Burger King, by visiting through Friday, September 1st; voting for “Best New Artist” will remain active into the show on Tuesday, September 12th. Nominations for social categories including “Group of the Year” and “Song of Summer” presented by M&M’S(R), will be announced at a later date. 

Spin’s 100 Greatest Rock Stars Since That Was a Thing will premiere on AXS TV October 2. The 12-episode series on AXS TV is based on the magazine’s landmark “100 Greatest Rock Stars Since That Was A Thing” feature curated by SPIN founder Bob Guccione Jr. – a detailed listing of the 100 greatest musicians he believes embody what it means to be a true rock star. SPIN 100 Greatest Rock Stars serves up a star-studded, sometimes irreverent and often surprising odyssey, spotlighting trailblazers such as Elvis, Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Nicks, Jimmy Page, Eminem, Syd Barrett, David Bowie, Bob Marley, Gwen Stefani, Grace Slick and Pere Ubu’s David Thomas. 

Stand-up series Michelle Wolf: It’s Great to Be Here will premiere on Netflix September 12. Wolf will forgo the traditional style of a one-hour special for three shorter, more digestible half-hour episodes. Wolf is back with the same high quality and sheer quantity of jokes in a more personal special than her previous ones. Topics range from dating, sexual harassment, race relations and living in a new country, all while keeping her signature fiery wit. 

Burning Body premieres on Netflix September 8. When a police officer is murdered and set on fire, all eyes focus on two other agents: his girlfriend and her lover. The series is inspired by true events.

Netflix has ordered a second season of Khakee. As a righteous cop pursues a merciless criminal in Bihar, he finds himself navigating a deadly chase and a moral battle mired in corruption.

Life on Our Planet premieres on Netflix October 25. This is the story of life’s epic battle to conquer and survive on planet Earth. Today there are 20 million species on our planet, yet what we see is just a snapshot in time – 99% of earth’s inhabitants are lost to our deep past. The story of what happened to these dynasties – their rise and their fall – is truly remarkable. 

Psycho: The Lost Tapes of Ed Gein premieres on MGM+ September 17. For years, filmmakers, journalists, and scholars have tried to unravel the mind of this notorious killer, and with new reveals and never-before-heard recordings, viewers will be transported to late-1950s Middle America and submerged in Gein’s perverse mind. The series explores Gein’s upbringing and twisted relationship with his mother (which famously inspired Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho), his early grave robbing, the murders leading up to his arrest, and the police’s discovery of his terrifying house of horrors – all accompanied by the brand-new revelations revealed in the recordings. 

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

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