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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Joe Pickett’ Canceled, Taylor Kinney Returning to ‘Chicago Fire’, ‘Wellmania’ Canceled, ‘The Holiday Shift’ Trailer, ‘Boy Swallows Universe’ Teaser, ‘Lotería Loca’ Pulled, and More!

JOE PICKETT: “The Missing and the Dead”- Michael Dorman as Joe Pickett In season 2, episode 1 of Joe Pickett, streaming on Paramount +, 2023. PHOTO CREDIT: David Brown/Paramount +

Paramount+ has canceled Joe Pickett after two seasons. In season two, Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett discovers a hunter murdered in the mountains and realizes this is just one of a series of gruesome murders. To solve the case and catch the killer, Joe must navigate a radical anti-hunting activist, a ghoulish set of twins living off the grid and his own tortured past. Joe and his wife, Marybeth, discover that the murdered men weren’t as innocent as they seemed. But when they dig too deep, they are forced to go on the run and fight for their very lives. The series originally began as a Spectrum Original before moving to Paramount+ for its second and final season. 

Taylor Kinney is set to return to Chicago Fire when it returns for season twelve on NBC. Kinny plays firefighter Kelly Severide. He left the show earlier this year during season eleven. 

Netflix has canceled Wellmania after one season. When human tornado and food critic Liv is diagnosed with ‘catastrophic health’ – trapping her in Australia and jeopardising her dream job in New York – she throws herself body-first into a radical wellness journey, hell-bent on getting well to return home.

The Holiday Shift premieres on The Roku Channel November 17. A five-episode romantic comedy series following the intersecting love stories of young mall employees during the holiday season. 

Boy Swallows Universe is coming soon to Netflix. Adapted from Trent Dalton’s iconic novel, the series is the story of a boy doing his best to hold his fractured family together in 1980s Brisbane. Starring Phoebe Tonkin, Travis Fimmel and Bryan Brown, it shows what happens when boyhood innocence collides with the brutal adult world. 

CBS has pulled Lotería Loca from the schedule. A holiday episode is still set to air in December with the rest of the season to air at a later date. Hosted by Jaime Camil, two players go head-to-head and take turns picking cards to get four-in-a-row, which is Lotería. Each time a card appears on their unique bingo-style card, they bank big money. Landing on one of the “Loca Cards” creates a twist in the game and gives players the opportunity to bank even more cash by competing in wild, interactive challenges. The player who gets the most “Loterías” on their board the fastest, moves on to the dramatic final round for a chance to win the ultimate show cash prize. NCIS encores will air in its place. 

Sanctuary: A Witch’s Tale premieres on Sundance Now and AMC+ January 4. The series is adapted from the novel by V.V. James. It is set in a contemporary world where witchcraft is real. It takes place in the idyllic English town of Sanctuary, where for hundreds of years witches have lived peacefully, as valued members of society. Until now… At the heart of the story is Sarah Fenn, Sanctuary’s resident witch, on whom the town relies to solve their problems when conventional remedies have failed. When local teen rugby star, Dan Whithall, dies tragically in an apparent accident, his death exposes a terrifying undercurrent of suspicion and fear towards Sarah and her teenage daughter, Harper. Mother of the dead boy, Abigail, once Sarah’s closest friend, is wracked with grief, and to avenge her son’s death, launches a modern-day witch-hunt to get “justice”, no matter what the cost.

Food Network has renewed Bobby’s Triple Threat for a third season. The series is hosted by Bobby Flay and features his three culinary titans, Tiffany Derry, Michael Voltaggio and Brooke Williamson as they compete against chefs for a chance to take home $25,000. 

Custom Carolina premieres on MotorTrend November 21. The series takes viewers on a journey inside Tommy Pike Customs, a renowned automotive customization business located in South Carolina. With enthralling car builds and jaw-dropping transformations, business owner Tommy Pike fulfills clients’ automotive dreams; whether it’s a high-end, top-dollar project or a more modest endeavor. Working alongside his wife, Stephanie, and a team of skilled artisans, Pike operates from an expansive 30,000 square-foot restoration shop, dedicated to crafting and customizing bespoke masterpieces. 

Wynonna Judd is set to serve as mega mentor for the current 24th season of The Voice. She will join superstar coaches Niall Horan, John Legend, Reba McEntire and Gwen Stefani to mentor the remaining artists who have made it through the Battle Rounds as each team prepares for the three-way Knockouts beginning November 6 on NBC.

Byron Allen Presents TheGrio Awards airs November 25 on CBS. Co-Hosted by Sheryl Underwood and Roy Wood, Jr., the two-hour star-studded event honors Mariah Carey, Don Cheadle, Misty Copeland, Dr. Kizzmekia S Corbett-Helaire, Tamron Hall, Kevin Hart, Steve Harvey, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Eddie Murphy, the Reverend Al Sharpton and Denzel Washington. Musical performers Include Boyz II Men, Jennifer Hudson, Coco Jones, Patti LaBelle and Smokey Robinson. 

BTS: Yet to Come premieres November 9 on Prime Video. The special took place in October 2022, when the seven-member band performed in Busan, South Korea. As a part of Busan’s World Expo 2030 bid, the concert was held at the Asiad Main Stadium with approximately 50,000 people in attendance. BTS features RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook. It will include 19 performances of their hit tracks, such as “Dynamite,” “Butter,” “RUN,” “MIC Drop,” “Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment),” and more. Touching speeches, electrifying stages, spectacular fireworks, and more will be palpable as consumers get a concert-like experience. 

Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special premieres on WE tv November 30. In this five-part special, fans will get a front row seat for all the fun and chaos as Brat and Judy embark on the whirlwind journey of parenthood together. Sharing their most private moments through never-before-seen self-shot footage, social media clips, On-The-Fly interviews, and verité. Each episode is framed around a ‘story book’ chapter that they’ll narrate for their son so that one day he can look back on the first few months of his life (and hopefully get a good laugh). 

Season two of The Envoys (Los Enviados) is coming soon to Paramount+. In the second season, Priests Pedro Salinas and Simón Antequera delve into a web of mystery and murder in a Galician convent. With three blind nuns bearing witness to a supposed miracle, the battle between lies and faith escalates. As they probe deeper, tragedy strikes with the sudden demise of their host Joaquin. Now entangled in a dual investigation, the priests confront not only the mystical, but also a much earthlier truth. As the battle between deceit and faith escalates, this season promises an electrifying fusion of mystery, murder and heart-pounding thrills. 

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

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