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Season three of Top Boy will premiere on Netflix September 7. Sully takes charge, pushing Dushane to cash out, but with a new order comes new challenges, threats, and consequences.

The Masked Singer will now kick off its tenth season September 10, following the FOX NFL Double Header. The premiere will deliver a special celebrity performance and reveal – one of the biggest, can’t-miss unmaskings in the show’s history! The episode will also feature the return of The Masked Singer celebrity alumni from previous seasons. The alumni (Michelle Williams and Rumer Willis, Joey Fatone and Bow Wow, Victor Oladipo and Barry Zito) pair up for all-new duet performances – unmasked! Then, the season ten competition will officially begin in the time period premiere airing September 27 at 8. The legacy continues with an all-new format with three incredible groups and special Battle Royale semi-final episodes. With sixteen total celebrity singers, season ten boasts amazingly intricate new costumes including “Donut,” “Anteater,” “Hawk,” “Hibiscus,” and a life-size “S’More!” 

Apple TV+ has landed a new documentary event featuring legendary football champion Lionel Messi’s celebrated stateside move to play for Major League Soccer and Inter Miami CF. The new six-part series is the first and only behind-the-scenes account of Messi’s new chapter. From selling out record crowds across America at breakneck speed, to his incredible last-minute game-winning goal in his very first match, to moments with Messi and his Inter Miami CF teammates, the series chronicles Messi’s immersion in America, the remarkable journey and transformation of Inter Miami CF, and most significantly, the impact he is currently having on soccer in North America as “Messi Mania” crisscrosses the continent.  

TLC has renewed Match Me Abroad for a second season. After failing to find a soulmate in the US, Americans take the search overseas for a chance at happiness. Expert matchmakers pull out all the stops to connect these hopeful romantics to their one true love.

The Chrisley family is set to return to television with a new unscripted series. The new untitled series will document the pivotal next chapter for Chase Chrisley, Savannah Chrisley, Grayson Chrisley, Chloe Chrisley, and “Nanny” Faye Chrisley. In the wake of the family’s legal troubles after Todd and Julie Chrisley’s prison sentences, this next iteration for the family marks the continuation of their story. 

ID has renewed High Speed Chase for a second season. The renewal comes ahead of its first season finale August 15. The series offers viewers driver’s seat access to some of the most astonishing police chases. Using never-before-seen footage, the series offers a fast, furious and authentic window into a world in which criminals will do anything to escape. 

48 Hours will launch this fall in weekday syndication, it was announced today. The best of 48 Hours true-crime and justice programming will run Monday through Friday nationwide starting on September 11. Contributors Jerika Duncan and Jonathan Vigliotti will anchor the updated episodes, which will be presented on 15 CBS-owned stations, as well as stations owned by Nexstar, Sinclair, FOX, Gray Television, Cox, Tegna and Scripps. 

Season four of Why Not Us, titled Why Not Us: Howard Golf will premiere on ESPNU August 21 with the first four episodes. All eight episodes will be available to stream on ESPN+ once they premiere on ESPNU. The series follows both men’s and women’s golf teams at Howard University as the student-athletes and their coaches navigate the challenges and triumphs of an emerging Division I program. With an aim toward building a golf legacy that drives a cultural shift in the sport, Howard Golf is primed to compete for championships at top college tournaments across the country. 

TMZ Investigates: Gilgo Beach Serial Murders: Missed Warning Signs premieres August 20 on Fox. The special analyzes the decades-long investigation revolving around the infamous series of tragic killings between 1996 and 2011, in which human remains of 11 people were found on or near Gilgo Beach on New York’s Long Island. Today, Rex Heuermann, the suspected Gilgo Beach serial killer, stands accused of murdering multiple sex workers in a Long Island beach town. TMZ explores how a botched investigation and missed clues may have led to even more murders.

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

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