Recipe For Disaster premieres August 5 on The CW. Three professional chefs and their cooking buddies compete to prepare spectacular dishes under absurdly adverse conditions. The studio transforms into a bizarre new world each week, replete with themed disasters that challenge our chefs in ways they never imagined. They will attempt the perfect sear while stuck on a “sinking cruise ship” during a tropical storm, try their hand at risotto while bouncing in baby jumpers, or create an earth-shattering gnocchi with nothing but a chisel and rock hammer while dining with dinosaurs. To make matters worse, their cooking buddies are people from their lives who are total kitchen novices. Who will impress the judges, and whose dishes will succumb to the ridiculous disasters du jour? Ultimately, only one team will be crowned Masters of Disaster!
The Challenge USA premieres on CBS August 10. The 18 CBS reality titans from Big Brother, Survivor, and The Amazing Race are shocked to learn that they will be competing amongst six legendary veterans from MTV’sThe Challenge, and host TJ Lavin introduces a new twist that will put multiple players at risk at the first elimination.
Ahead of the series premiere of FLCL: Grunge September 9, Toonami will be re-broadcasting FLCL Progressive and FLCL Alternative. FLCL Progressive will air all six episodes from 1-4 on August 26. All six episodes of FLCL Alternative will air from 12:30-4 on September 2. Repeat episodes of the original FLCL are currently airing on Toonami.
Apple TV+ has canceled City On Fire after one season. In the series, an NYU student is shot in Central Park on the Fourth of July, 2003. Samantha is alone; there are no witnesses and very little physical evidence. Her friends’ band is playing at her favorite downtown club but she leaves to meet someone, promising to return. She never does. As the crime against Samantha is investigated, she’s revealed to be the crucial connection between a series of mysterious citywide fires, the downtown music scene, and a wealthy uptown real estate family fraying under the strain of the many secrets they keep.
Season three of CBS’ Secret Celebrity Renovation premieres August 4. The series provides celebrities with a hands-on opportunity to show their gratitude to someone in their hometowns through a surprise renovation. This season’s featured celebrities include such names as NFL player Damar Hamlin, Phil Keoghan, actor and comedian JB Smoove and Max Thieriot. Home improvement contractor and television personality Rob “Boston Rob” Mariano and interior designer Sabrina Soto return to the design team.
Inside The NFL premieres September 5 on The CW. The series is the first authoritative look-and-listen-in to every week’s greatest moments and unforgettable stories throughout the NFL season, showcasing previously unseen angles of pivotal game action captured by NFL Films’ legendary cinematographers and revealing behind-the-scenes audio of how it all happened.
Cookie Monster’s Bake Sale premieres on Max August 10. Join confection connoisseur Cookie Monster and Celebrity Chef Eddie Jackson for the ultimate bake-off.
Season two of Goblin Slayer will premiere on Crunchyroll in October. Rumor has it that, in a certain guild in the middle of nowhere, there is an extraordinary man who has climbed all the way to the Silver rank just by killing goblins. At the same guild, a priestess who’s just become a new adventurer has formed her first party… and the man who ends up rescuing that party when they get into trouble is none other than the Goblin Slayer.
Untold: Johnny Football premieres on Netflix August 8. In 2012, the brightest star in all of sports was an undersized freshman quarterback at unheralded Texas A&M, whose fervor on the field was rivaled only by his hard-partying ways off it. Dubbed “Johnny Football,” the magnetic football player captured the nation’s attention and initially relished his alter ego: “I wanted to be Johnny Football. Johnny Football never had a bad time,” he says. But as the money rolled in, the scrutiny heightened, and Manziel rejected his newfound fame and suddenly lost his way. With astonishing candor, Manziel – along with his family, coaches, his former best friend, and his agent – details what happened behind the scenes as scandals piled up in the glare of paparazzi flashbulbs. He fumbled his shot at broader success after the Cleveland Browns picked him in the first round of the NFL draft in 2014, but Manziel went on to search for something even greater: inner peace and happiness with a quieter life that he reveals here.
This August Max will feature the premiere of Winning Time along with new episodes of And Just Like That. Movie classics including The Bourne Ultimatum, Avatar: The Way of Water, and Miss Congeniality are streaming this August.