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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Parish’ First Look, ‘Hard Knocks: In Season with the Miami Dolphins’ Premiere Date, Bobby Berk Leaving ‘Queer Eye’, ‘NieR:Automata Ver1.1a’ English Dub Return Date, ‘Blank Slate’ Premiere Date, and More!

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Crime thriller Parish starring Giancarlo Esposito is coming to AMC and AMC+ in 2024. Esposito stars as Gracian “Gray” Parish, a family man and proud owner of a luxury car service in New Orleans. After his son is violently murdered and his business collapses, an encounter with an old friend from his days as a wheelman resurfaces old habits, sending Gray on a high-stakes collision course with a violent criminal syndicate. The six episode series is based on the British series The Driver. 

Hard Knocks: In Season with the Miami Dolphins premieres November 21 on HBO. New episodes will debut Tuesdays through January 9, and then subsequent Tuesdays for the duration of a potential Dolphins postseason run. The series will deliver its signature all-access coverage, documenting the current AFC East first-place Miami Dolphins, led by second-year head coach Mike McDaniel, as they navigate the final eight games of the regular season and battle to return to the NFL playoffs. Camera crews will begin to chronicle the team in real time ahead of their November 19 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders, giving viewers an intimate look at their exciting brand of offense featuring quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, and running back Raheem Mostert, as well as their talented defense anchored by the likes of Christian Wilkins, Bradley Chubb, Jaelan Phillips, Xavien Howard, Jalen Ramsey, and Jevon Holland. 

Queer Eye host Bobby Berk has announced he will be leaving the series after season eight. His final season will premiere January 24 on Netflix. The streamer also announced that the series has been renewed for a ninth season. No word yet on if Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski and Tan France will be returning, though it is likely they will. 

Episodes 9-12 of the English dub of NieR:Automata Ver1.1a will make their premiere on Crunchyroll September 18. The first eight episodes aired earlier this year, and the sub version of the series aired earlier in the summer. 

Game Show Network’s new series Blank Slate premieres January 8. Hosted by Mario Lopez, and based on the board game of the same name, the series is a fun and funny game show where thinking alike, in the form of matching answers to clever fill-in-the blank questions, can win you big bucks. Each team of two friends will be paired with a comedian guest, and the teams accumulate points by matching their teammates, with a bonus if any player matches America’s top answer. The celebrities switch teams in round two, and in round three the trailing team picks the comedian partner they believe will help them win. The winning team moves on to the bonus round where they can pick a comedian to match on each question. If the team gets three matches, they walk away with $10,000! 

The reigning World Series Champion Texas Rangers will host the Chicago Cubs on March 28, on ESPN. ESPN will exclusively televise the 2024 MLB Opening Night from Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. It marks the start of ESPN’s 35th season of Major League Baseball coverage. Karl Ravech, analysts David Cone and Eduardo Pérez and reporter Buster Olneywill start their third season together by calling the Cubs vs. Rangers game. 

Netflix has renewed Kaala Paani for a second season. When a mysterious illness descends upon the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a desperate fight for survival collides with a race to find a cure. The dark waters are ready to take over once again!

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

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