Disney+ has canceled Doogie Kamealoha M.D. after two seasons. In season two, Lahela’s first love, Walter returns from the World Surf Tour, he’s not the same boyfriend she said good-bye to months before. But she’s not the same girl either. That becomes clear when she meets a bad boy on a dirt bike, Nico. She’s faced with a decision: fight for what she knows is true, or give new love a chance. It’s all complicated by the pressures of being a teenage doctor. Luckily, she has her family, coworkers and best friend Steph to support her along the way.
New Adult Swim SMALLS episodes are set to air tonight, August 25, starting at midnight. HAHA You Clowns will air at 12, followed by Variety Pack at 12:15. DAP will air at 12:30 and Buster & TJ will follow at 12:45. The SMALLS program began back in 2018 as a way showcase animators.
Bachelor in Paradise returns to ABC September 28. Hosted by Jesse Palmer and Wells Adams returning to the bar, the series features a cast of standouts and fan favorites from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. These singles as hot as the sun are ready to take another shot at love.
Season two of Selling the OC premieres on Netflix September 8. Reputations, romances and relationships are on the line when The Oppenheim Group’s Orange County team returns. These young and hungry agents will risk everything while navigating a hot real estate market and even hotter rumors.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta two part reunion premieres on Bravo September 3. Host Andy Cohen sits down with Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, Shereé Whitfield, Drew Sidora, Marlo Hampton and Sanya Richards-Ross, along with friends Monyetta Shaw-Carter and Courtney Rhodes to discuss this season’s jaw-dropping and shadiest moments. The supersized season 15 finale airs August 27.
Song of the Bandits premieres September 22 on Netflix. In the lawless land of Gando, fierce bandits will stop at nothing to fight for their precious homeland and loved ones – even if it means life or death.
Season two of Building Roots premieres on HGTV September 17. Husband and wife renovation duo Ben and Cristi Dozier will bring more high-altitude, high-design transformations in the eight episode season. The Doziers will work with families looking to put down roots in their hometown of Pagosa Springs, Colorado. In each episode, they will dream up elevated designs that draw inspiration from the area’s sweeping mountain vistas, red clay canyons and winding river bends.
Season two of Extraordinary will premiere in early 2024. Season two picks up where season one spectacularly left off. Season one sees Jen, a painfully self-aware 25-year-old woman, still waiting to get hers. She’d take anything at this point. Adrift in a big, confusing world and armed with nothing but a bit of hope, a lot of desperation and her flatmates, Jen begins her journey to find her maybe-superpower. But in doing so, she might discover the joy of being just kind of ok. Joining the cast are Julian Barratt, Rosa Robson, Kwaku Mills, and Derek Jacobi.
Join world-class chef and restaurateur Franco Noriega in the kitchen as he prepares crowd-pleasing plates that are full of flavor on the new series Hot Dish with Franco, premiering on September 30 on Food Network. In the six episode series Franco shares personal heartfelt stories of his Peruvian and Italian roots as he prepares delicious dishes with his signature flare for flavor. From quick and easy weeknight meals to brunch and classic Latin dishes with a twist, all of Franco’s food is easy, accessible and brings people together.
Australian series The Artful Dodger will premiere on Disney+ November 29. The eight episode series is an irreverent follow up to Dickens’ Oliver Twist exploring the adult double life of Charles Dickens’ famous prince of thieves. Set in 1850’s Australia, in the lively colony of Port Victory, we meet Jack Dawkins, The Artful Dodger, who’s transferred his fast fingers as a pickpocket to the nimble skilled fingers of a surgeon. Dodger’s past returns to haunt him with the arrival of Fagin, luring him back into a world of crime. A greater threat – to Dodger’s heart – is Lady Belle, the Governor’s daughter, determined to become the colony’s first female surgeon. From heists to life-and-death surgeries, from soirées to street violence, this is a tale of reinvention, betrayal, redemption and love with a twist. The series stars Thomas Brodie-Sangster, David Thewlis and Maia Mitchell.
Emma and Matt Willis are set to host the upcoming UK version of Love is Blind. The series will premiere on Netflix in 2024. Singles will talk to a host of potential love interests without the distractions from the outside world, with the hope of building a meaningful connection. Once cupid’s work is done, they will propose to their chosen partner and then lay their eyes on their fiancé/fiancée for the first time. Engaged and back in the real world, as the couples plan their wedding day, they will attempt to add a physical connection to their emotional bond.
FOX Sports takes the field in September for its celebrated 30th season of NFL coverage with a returning cast of iconic on-air personalities and NFL legends who helped establish the network as a sports giant in its first year, and others who have since joined and raised the bar on FOX NFL’s unrivaled, marquee television coverage. Fox NFL Sunday is hosted by Curt Menefee with Terry Bradshaw before each day’s game coverage. Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson flank the desk. Jay Glazer rounds out the crew. Rob Gronkowski again appears on the show throughout the year. Fox NFL Kickoff welcomes Julian Edelman as its newest analyst this season joining host Charissa Thompson alongside Charles Woodson, Michael Vick, Peter Schrager, and Colin Cowherd. “The Manning Hour” segments with Cooper Manning also air throughout the season.
The Killing Kind will premiere on Paramount+ September 7. Can you trust the man you fear the most? Emma Appleton and Colin Morgan star in original new drama serie, based on the book by Jane Casey.