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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Selling Sunset’ Reunion Trailer, New ‘We Are Family’ Hosts, Timothée Chalamet Hosting ‘Saturday Night Live’, ‘Daytime Emmy Awards’ New Date, ‘GRAMMY Awards’ Nominations, and More!

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The Selling Sunset season seven reunion premieres November 15 on Netflix. Hosted by Tan France, the truth behind the most shocking moments and where things stand now will all be revealed. In season seven, the agents of The Oppenheim Group are throwing enough shade to cover every cabana in Los Angeles. With sleek penthouse listings, a brand new office and brand new personality clashes, reputation is everything. 

Anthony Anderson and his mother Doris Bowman are set to host Fox’s upcoming new game show We Are Family premiering January 3. The music centric guessing game show will showcase non-famous relatives of celebrities performing amazing solo performances and duets with their hidden famous family member. The series will feature a studio audience entirely comprised of 100 contestants playing through multiple rounds of clues and gameplay to win up to $150,000 each by correctly guessing which celebrity the performer is related to before they are revealed. Celebrities appearing will range from musicians and professional athletes to actors and beyond. Viewers will be encouraged to play along at home with their families to see if they can figure out the famous face behind the talented relative! Jamie Foxx and his daughter Corinne were originally set to host the series but had to pull out due to scheduling issues.

Timothée Chalamet is hosting Saturday Night Live November 11. This will be Chalamet’s second time as host. Making their first appearance will be boygenius, who will serve as musical guest. 

The 50th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards have been rescheduled for December 15 on CBS. This year marks the 17th time CBS has broadcast the awards. Susan Lucci will receive her Lifetime Achievement Honors at the gala awards ceremony. The nominations were announced in April and the ceremony was delayed due to the ongoing strikes. 

Nominees for The 66th Annual GRAMMY Awards have been announced. Leading the pack are SZA with 9 nominations, Phoebe Bridgers, Serban Ghenea, and Victoria Monét with 7 nominations, and Jack Antonoff, Jon Batiste, boygenius, Brandy Clark, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, and Taylor Swift with 6 nominations. The ceremony will air live from Los Angeles’ Arena, February 4 on CBS. 

Let Us Prey: A Ministry of Scandals premieres on Investigation Discovery November 24 and November 25. The four episode docuseries exposes the predatory and insidious behavior within Independent Fundamental Baptist (IFB) Churches, and the struggles of survivors to find justice. Featuring first-hand accounts from survivors, church defectors and activists, the series offers crucial insight into the troubling culture within the IFB and the stronghold the churches have on its members.

Science Fair: The Series premieres December 10 on National Geographic and will stream on hulu and Disney+ December 13. Inspired by the documentary directed by Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster, the three episode series showcases students working to solve the world’s most complex and pressing issues using science while competing for a coveted spot at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the most competitive science fair on the planet. The series follows competing students in their relentless pursuit of excellence as they tackle contemporary topics in various areas of science – teen suicide prevention, wound care monitoring systems, high efficiency alternatives to induction motors, and more. The series also follows the families and teachers, including SCIENCE FAIR fan-favorite Dr. Serena McCalla, as they support and push their students along the way. It’s an inspiring, character-driven coming-of-age story playing out on a global stage where students push themselves to the limit but never miss an opportunity to uplift one another. 

The Secret Life of Dancing Dogs premieres November 17 on hulu. The series shines a spotlight on the extraordinary world of dog dancing, also known as “Heelwork to Music,” a competitive sport where people choreograph mind-boggling dance routines with their four-legged canine partners. Performances are judged using a dizzying array of criteria, including musical interpretation, choreography, and the bond between handler and canine. The six-part series follows seven women from around the globe and their furry friends, whose tails never stop wagging, as they spend months preparing to compete on the world’s preeminent dog dancing stage, Crufts, in England. ABC News Studios captures all the laughter and tears while our cast struggles through national qualifiers, battles fierce rivalries, copes with personal traumas, and manages a tough training regimen, all in preparation for the ultimate dog dancing competition. 

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

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