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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Superman & Lois’ To End, ‘Futurama’ Renewed, ‘The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday’ Trailer, ‘Shogun’ Premiere Date, ‘Letterkenny’ To End, New ‘Yellowstone’ Premiere Window, and More!

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Superman & Lois will be ending with its upcoming fourth season. The final ten episodes will air on The CW in 2024. After years of facing megalomaniacal supervillains, the world’s most famous superhero and comic books’ most famous journalist come face to face with one of their greatest challenges ever – being working parents in today’s society. The series is the last remaining Arrowverse related series as DC looks to creature a new unified universe.

Hulu has renewed Futurama for two more ten episode seasons. The previously ordered twelfth season is expected to debut in 2024. The series follows Philip J. Fry, a New York City pizza delivery boy, who accidentally freezes himself in 1999 and gets defrosted in the year 3000. In this astonishing New New York, he befriends hard-drinking robot Bender, and falls in love with cyclops Leela. The trio find work at the Planet Express Delivery Company, founded by Fry’s doddering descendant, Professor Hubert Farnsworth. Together with accountant Hermes Conrad, assistant Amy Wong, and alien lobster Dr. John Zoidberg, they embark on thrilling adventures that take them to every corner of the universe. After its initial run on Fox, a roller-coaster of cancellations and resurrections ensued. Four successful direct-to-DVD releases in 2007-2009 led to the show’s rebirth on Comedy Central from 2010-2013. Then, after a brief ten-year freeze in the cryogenic chamber, it emerged triumphantly as a streaming series for Hulu with a 20-episode order.

The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday will premiere November 10 on The Roku Channel. Co-hosts Casey Wilson and Zach Cherry take audiences into the iconic tent for a spectacular, celebrity-filled holiday special. Six celebrity bakers put on their aprons, turn on their ovens, and fire up a holiday storm. They whisk, bake, and fake their way to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith and compete for the coveted cake stand and Star Baker crown. Celebrity bakers include Arturo Castro, DeAndre Jordan, Ego Nwodim, Heather McMahan, Joel McHale and Phoebe Robinson. 

FX’s Shogun premieres on hulu February 24. The limited series is an adaptation of James Clavell’s novel, set in Japan in the year 1600, at the dawn of a century-defining civil war. Lord Yoshii Toranaga is fighting for his life as his enemies on the Council of Regents unite against him. When a mysterious European ship is found marooned in a nearby fishing village, its English pilot, John Blackthorne, comes bearing secrets that could help Toranaga tip the scales of power and devastate the formidable influence of Blackthorne’s own enemies – the Jesuit priests and Portuguese merchants. Toranaga’s and Blackthorne’s fates become inextricably tied to their translator, Toda Mariko, a mysterious Christian noblewoman and the last of a disgraced line. While serving her lord amidst this fraught political landscape, Mariko must reconcile her newfound companionship with Blackthorne, her commitment to the faith that saved her and her duty to her late father. 

Season twelve of Letterkenny will be the final season of the comedy series. All six episodes will premiere on hulu December 26. The residents of Letterkenny belong to one of three groups: the Hicks, the Skids, and the Hockey Players, who are constantly feuding with each other over seemingly trivial matters that often end with someone getting their ass kicked. Spinoff series Shorsey was recently renewed for a third season. 

The final half of Yellowstone season five will now premiere on Paramount Network in November 2024. It was originally scheduled to air this year, but the strikes have caused delays. The spinoff series is now going by the name 2024. The network also ordered another new spinoff series titled 1944. 

Hulu announced upcoming programming for Winter 2023. Japanese anime drama series Dragons of Wonderhatch premieres December 20 with two episodes. Docuseries Superhot: The Spicy World of Pepper People will premiere January 22 with all ten episodes. Docuseries Daughters of the Cult will premiere in January with all five episodes. Love & WWE: Bianca & Montez premieres February 2 with all eight episodes. Season two of Life & Beth premieres February 26 with all ten episodes. Docuseries Death in the Dorms will premiere in February with all six episodes. Docuseries Me Hereafter will premiere in February with all four episodes. 

Attack on Titan Final Season THE FINAL CHAPTERS Special 2, the epic series finale, will air on Crunchyroll November 4. The second half of this two-part epic series finale will finally deliver fans a conclusion to the global anime phenomenon 10 years in the making. The fate of the world hangs in the balance as Eren unleashes the ultimate power of the Titans. With a burning determination to eliminate all who threaten Eldia, he leads an unstoppable army of Colossal Titans towards Marley. Now a motley crew of his former comrades and enemies scramble to halt his deadly mission, the only question is, can they stop him? Dub premiere dates will be announced at a later time.

Hulu is developing a new Prison Break series. The series would be set in the world of the original Fox series, but will involve new characters. The original series ran for four seasons, and TV movie and a limited series “fifth season”. 

Ava DuVernay‘s Starz series starring Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff will no longer be moving forward. The series began filming prior to the strikes. The series had previously received a three season pickup. 

HBO has set tentative windows for their programming. Season two of House of the Dragon will premiere in early summer 2024. Season three of Euphoria, season three of White Lotus and new series Welcome To Derry will premiere in 2025. Season two of The Last of Us will also likely premiere in 2025 should the targeted production begin in spring 2024. Game of Thrones prequel series A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: The Hedge Knight is also looking to begin filming in spring 2024. 

Netflix’s Fool Me Once will premiere January 1. Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar, Joanna Lumley and Richard Armitage will star in the crime thriller series. It follows Maya Stern who is trying to come to terms with the brutal murder of her husband, Joe. But when Maya installs a nanny-cam to keep an eye on her young daughter, she is shocked to see a man she recognises in her house. Her husband, who she thought was dead… Detective Sergeant Sami Kierce leads the homicide investigation into Joe’s death while grappling with secrets of his own. Meanwhile, Maya’s niece and nephew, Abby and Daniel, are trying to find the truth about their mother’s murder, several months earlier. Are the two cases connected? It follows these characters on a thrilling hunt for the truth that will reveal shocking secrets and change their lives forever. 

The Jinx – Part Two will premiere on HBO in 2024. At the end of the original series, The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, viewers around the world were stunned to hear Robert Durst utter the words “Killed them all, of course.” Just hours earlier, based on evidence uncovered by the filmmakers, Durst had been arrested in a hotel lobby in New Orleans. The filmmakers continued their investigation for the next eight years, uncovering hidden material, Durst’s prison calls, and interviews with people who had never before come forward. 

Season seven of Selling Sunset premieres November 3 on Netflix. The Selling Sunset Reunion will air November 15. Tan France will host the reunion. 

The Silence will premiere on Ovation TV November 11. The four episode miniseries is about a deaf 18-year-old struggling to find her place in a hearing world after being fitted with a cochlear implant. That process becomes life-threatening when she witnesses the murder of a policewoman, propelling the reluctant teen into a cacophony of police corruption, betrayal, drugs and murder. 

The Academy of Country Music Awards will return to Prime Video with a new multi-year deal through 2025. The deal will take the show through its milestone 60th anniversary in 2025. The 59th ACM Awards is set for May 2024 from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas. Additional details, including award submissions and voting timeline, hosts, nominees, performers, and ticket on-sale details, will be confirmed in the months ahead. 

“Disney Junior Magical Holidays” will begin November 24 and run through December 31. The programming will include the premiere of new stop-motion shorts Mickey’s Christmas Tales on November 27 on Disney Channel and Disney Junior, which follow Mickey, Minnie and their pals as they celebrate the holiday season. Additionally, Disney Junior Music: Holiday Jams, a digital EP featuring holiday music from SuperKitties, Pupstruction and Minnie’s Bow-Toons: Camp Minnie, is set for release on Walt Disney Records on November 17. 

Blue Eye Samurai premieres November 3 on Netflix. This provocative and visually stunning cinematic series immerses the viewer in a world of vivid adult animation with a live-action edge. Set in Edo-period Japan, the series follows Mizu, voiced by Maya Erskine, a mixed-race master of the sword who lives a life in disguise seeking the deliverance of revenge. The cast also includes George Takei, Masi Oka, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Brenda Song, Darren Barnet, Randall Park, and Kenneth Branagh. 

How to Become a Mob Boss premieres November 14 on Netflix. Narrator Peter Dinklage guides you through this darkly satirical how-to guide that explores the rise and fall of history’s most notorious mob bosses – from Al Capone to Pablo Escobar – and their tactics for success. 

Drive with Swizz Beatz premieres November 16 on hulu with all episodes. Hip-hop legend and car collector Swizz Beatz and son Nasir Dean visit car-loving destinations, where they’ll examine the area’s distinctive car culture and bring together two otherwise disparate car clubs over a shared love of all things automotive and an appreciation for what it’s like to beat the odds through sheer drive alone.

A Nearly Normal Family premieres November 24 on Netflix. A pastor, a lawyer and their teen daughter live a seemingly normal life. But when an accusation of murder hits them, their bonds are pushed to the limit. The series is based on the novel by Mattias Edvardsson. 

Nickelodeon has renewed The Tiny Chef Show for a second season. The 22 episode season will follow Chef as he embarks on all-new herbivorous adventures and cooks up a fresh assortment of plant-based recipes and bite-sized meals in his tree-stump home. From preparing tea for the Queen Bee, trying his hand at magic and facing his ultimate fear of chopping onions, Chef’s kitchen is the place to be. Two holiday-themed specials will kick off the season. “Fwendsgiving,” will premiere November 20 and “Tiny Chef’s Marvelous Mish Mesh Special,” will premiere on December 4. 

Love Like a K-Drama premieres on Netflix November 28. Crossing borders between Korea and Japan, this reality dating show entangles dreams, love and friendships as it brings the pure heart-pounding romance of Korean dramas into the real world. Yuko Fueki will serve as host for the eight men and women in Seoul, South Korea. The studio commentators will be Haruna Kondo of comedy duo Harisenbon, A-chan from musical group Perfume, Shusuke Fukutoku of comedy duo JaruJaru, Hayato Komori of musical group GENERATIONS, and Maria Tani.

Season two of Pamela’s Garden of Eden is now streaming on hulu. In season two, the builds are bigger, the stakes are higher and the drama is more intense than ever. Pamela’s quest continues to transform her grandmother’s legacy property on Vancouver Island into a stunning place for her family. At the same time, she’s also biting off another huge and exciting challenge: helping her sons Brandon and Dylan Lee renovate the house they just bought in Los Angeles. The boys are leaning on their mother’s renovation expertise & eye for design to help turn their new house into a home they can truly call their own. 

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

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