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Season three of Upload premieres on Prime Video October 20 with two episodes releasing every Friday. In the eight episode season, we pick back up with Nora and freshly downloaded Nathan as they navigate their relationship, while racing to stop the mysterious conspiracy that threatens to destroy millions of lives. Can they shut down Freeyond, and finally have a real life together? Or is it just a matter of time until Nathan’s head explodes? Meanwhile, in Lakeview, a backup copy of Nathan has been activated and Ingrid’s not about to let this second chance at love slip away. Back in the real world, Aleesha rises through the ranks of Horizen by managing AI education, and falls into a new romantic relationship. And Luke, all alone in Lakeview, is forced to come up with the funds to pay for his stay in paradise, driving him to work in The Grey Zone. 

MTV and Paramount+ have renewed RuPaul’s Drag Race, RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked, RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, and RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: Untucked. The record-breaking competition series RuPaul’s Drag Race will introduce a new group of fabulous queens for a highly anticipated 16th season, which debuts 15 years after the very first episode premiered in 2009. 

Charity Lawson is the second confirmed contestant for the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars. She joins Vanderpump Rules star Ariana Madix. The rest of the contestants and their professional partners will be announced September 13. 

Part 1 of FX’s American Horror Story: Delicate premieres September 20. After multiple failed attempts of IVF, actress Anna Victoria Alcott wants nothing more than to start a family. As the buzz around her recent film grows, she fears that something may be targeting her – and her pursuit of motherhood. 

Season four of Creepshow premieres on Shudder October 13. All new tales of terror are coming back to haunt you. 

ABC has made changes to its fall schedule. Starting Wednesday, September 27, the lineup will consist of Celebrity Jeopardy at 8, Celebrity Wheel of Fortune at 9 and The $100,000 Pyramid at 10. Thursday, September 28 will see the premieres of The Golden Bachelor at 8, followed by Bachelor in Paradise at 9. The season premieres of Shark Tank at 20/20 will premiere Friday, September 29 at 8 and 9 respectively. Sunday, October 1 will see the premieres of America’s Funniest Home Videos at 7 and The Wonderful World of Disney at 8. Plans for Mondays and Tuesdays will be announced soon. 

Netflix has ordered a new sports documentary series that tracks the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs and championship race this fall. Filming has begun as drivers fight to secure their spot in the NASCAR Playoffs, which begins September 3 at Darlington Raceway. The series will feature exclusive access to drivers and teams, bringing fans behind the scenes at and away from the track while exploring the physical and mental challenges of competing for a championship at the world’s highest level of stock car racing. It will premiere in early 2024. 

Joey Graziadei will be the new Bachelor for ABC’s upcoming 28th season of The Bachelor. Graziadei first appeared on the most recent season of The Bachelorette. The new season will premiere in midseason. 

Netflix has renewed Danish series Baby Fever for a six episode second season. In the new season, we meet Nana, now mother to a two-month-old baby. But, as much as she adores her child, Nana hates being on maternity leave. So she begs her old boss, Helle, to give her back her job. Helle grudgingly agrees: but no mistakes and no lies this time! Nana promises to mend her ways and do better, whatever it takes to become the world’s best fertility doctor again! The only thing is she hasn’t given any thought to who will care for her baby while she’s at work. Reluctantly, she ends up asking her mum to live in as a kind of permanent babysitter/roommate from hell. But Nana has no choice, because more than ever she has to excel at her job now that the perfect new star doctor, Hampus, has stepped into her shoes in her absence. Every day is a new mountain to climb, and to top it all, Mathias is still lurking in the wings. The great love of her life who got away, but also the love that doesn’t know he’s father to Nana’s baby. More than ever before, Nana needs to lie, and conversely, more than ever she needs to tell the truth… 

Wrestlers premieres on Netflix September 13. Ohio Valley Wrestling in Louisville, Kentucky was once a proud finishing school for young wrestlers who hoped for a chance at a career in big time Pro Wrestling but times have changed. With new owners in the picture, once-famous pro wrestler Al Snow has been given the summer to turn OVW’s dire financial situation around. Wrestlers tells the story of a handful of eccentric misfits who attempt to come together to help Al save this historic gym while achieving their own wild dreams of wrestling professionally. 

Season two of The Club premieres on Netflix September 15. With her husband gone, Rasel raises her daughter at Club Istanbul with the help of her mother, but their relationships are tested by loss and betrayal.

Season two of World on Fire premieres October 15 on PBS. The new season takes viewers from the war-torn streets of Britain deep into Nazi Germany, the resistance within occupied France, and the brutal sands of the North African desert.

Chapter 5 of My Little Pony: Make Your Mark premieres on Netflix September 18. Welcome back to Equestria, where pony magic is everywhere. With friends Zipp, Sunny, Izzy, Pipp and Hitch leading the way, adventure is sure to follow!

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

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