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Starz has canceled Heels, Run The World, and Blindspotting. The network will also not be moving forward with The Venery of Samantha Bird. Heels, Run The World, and Blindspotting each ran for two seasons. The Venery of Samantha Bird had filmed a majority of the first season prior to the strikes, but now will not go forward with it. 

Season seven of Rick and Morty premieres on adult swim October 15. The new series will feature new voice actors for Rick and Morty after Justin Roiland, who portrayed both characters,  was let go. The new trailer features the new actors, but no official word on who is playing them. 

The 60th Anniversary episodes of Doctor Who are coming this November on Disney+. The three episodes will see the return of David Tennant, this time as the Fourteenth Doctor, and Catherine Tate as Donna. Neil Patrick-Harris will appear as The Toymaker from the original series.  Following the specials, Ncuti Gatwa will take over as the Fifteenth Doctor. 

Season two of 30 Coins premieres October 23 on Max. A new enemy feared by even the devil himself will put the world at risk.

Celebrity Squares is set to premiere on VH1 October 17. The series is a modern twist on the classic game show format featuring Black pop culture trivia. Hosted by DC Young Fly, the series will bring cultural icons together for 20 fun and spontaneous half-hour episodes. Celebrity guests include Babyface, Bobby Brown, Tiffany Haddish, Kirk Franklin, Bresha Webb, Luenell, Taye Diggs, and many more. Two contestants play Tic-Tac-Toe, banking cash, and prizes along the way. The player with the most money in their bank at the end of the game will move on to the bonus round for a chance to win a $10,000 cash prize. 

Dancing with the Stars is set to air with no disruptions September 26 on ABC following the tentative deal in place between the WGA and AMPTP. Celebrity contestant Matt Walsh who is a member of both the WGA and SAG temporarily stepped aside once it was revealed the series was in fact a WGA employed series. With the current deal, he can participate without crossing the picket line. ABC was potentially looking to delay the start of the series had the deal not been reached. 

The Office will reportedly be getting a reboot on NBC. The report alleges the series will be announced following the conclusion of the writers strike. A temporary deal is currently in place which needs to be voted on and ratified. 

Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace will return for season four on Max September 29. It will be available in the new CNN Max hub on the streamer. 

Docuseries Life on Our Planet premieres on Netflix October 25. Narrated by Morgan Freeman, 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.

Usher is set to headline the upcoming Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show. The event will be held in Las Vegas this year and will air on Fox February 11. Usher previously appeared as a surprise guest on the Super Bowl XLV Halftime Show which was headlined by The Black Eyed Peas. 

Season two of Princess Power premieres October 23 on Netflix. When there’s trouble in the Fruitdoms, these princess pals team up to lend a helping hand – because sometimes problems are too big for just one princess!

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

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