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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Shining Vale’ Canceled, ‘The Regime’ Premiere Date, ‘Love on the Spectrum U.S.’ Trailer, ‘The Bequeathed’ Teaser, ‘The Impact New York’ Premiere Date, ‘You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment’ Trailer, and More!

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Shining Vale has been canceled after two seasons. Season two kicked off four months after the first season, when Pat’s insurance runs out and she is released from the psychiatric hospital early. Pat returns home, determined to pick up the pieces of her broken family, but she quickly finds out her children don’t need her, Terry doesn’t remember her and to make matters worse, Pat’s new neighbor Ruth looks exactly like Rosemary. Meanwhile, the house starts to reveal the shocking secrets of its dark past. Every mother feels like they live in an insane asylum, but Pat may be right! 

Limited series The Regime premieres March 3 on HBO. Starring Kate Winslet, the series tells the story of one year within the walls of the palace of a modern European regime as it begins to unravel. 

Season two of Love on the Spectrum U.S. premieres on Netflix January 19. The series follows people on the autism spectrum as they navigate the world of dating and relationships. In its second season, this U.S. based series tells the stories of a unique and diverse cast of characters – including new romantic hopefuls and familiar faces – searching for something we all hope to find, love. 

The Bequeathed premieres January 19 on Netflix. A young woman inherits land upon the sudden death of her uncle and finds herself mired in strange events that unravel deeply buried family troubles. 

VH1 has ordered a spinoff of the unscripted series The Impact titled The Impact New York premiering January 22. When it comes to culture, fashion, music, and finance, no other city compares to New York. The one-hour unscripted series will give audiences an inside look into the dynamic lives of New York’s top influencers in business, music, beauty, and fashion. In addition to witnessing their creative processes, preparations, and high-stakes deal-making, viewers will get to go beyond the perfectly curated social media personas within the cast. The series explores their real-life private and professional struggles as they balance relationships, parenting, and interpersonal drama. For these influencers, everything on the line to stay on top in this competitive world of media impressions, partnerships, and brand perception. 

Docuseries You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment premieres January 1 on Netflix. Identical twins change their diets and lifestyles for eight weeks in a unique scientific experiment designed to explore how certain foods impact the body.

The English dubs for The Prince of Tennis episodes 156-178 are now available to stream on Crunchyroll. This batch of dubbed episodes brings the entire first season to a completion. The remaining specials and movies are yet to be dubbed as it was announced they would be back in 2021.

HIDIVE announced upcoming English dubs for the Winter 2024 season. The Demon Sword Master of Excalibur Academy and I’ve Somehow Gotten Stronger When I Improved My Farm-Related Skills will join ongoing dubs and previously announced dubs. Those include Blade of the Immortal, Love Flops, Phantom of the Idol, Dreaming Boy is a Realist, Dark Gathering, Ragna Crimson (December 23) and The Tunnel to Summer, the Exit of Goodbyes (January 2).

Love awaits as thirty two extraordinary women, the most to ever arrive at the mansion on night one, make Bachelor history and prepare to open their hearts to Joey Graziadei. His journey begins during the twenty eighth season of The Bachelor, January 22 on ABC. 

People’s Choice Country Awards will air September 26 on NBC and Peacock. The two hour special will air live from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. Last year’s inaugural show, hosted by Opry members Little Big Town, recognized the biggest and best country music has to offer chosen entirely by the fans across various categories.

Annual two hour special The Year: 2023 airs December 27 on ABC.Hosted by Robin Roberts, the tradition gives viewers a look at the most iconic and memorable moments of 2023, from major news events and pop-culture stories in the news to the breakout stars, heroes and changemakers who dominated headlines and social media.  An additional one hour special The Year: Countdown to 2024 will air December 31. Roberts conjures up the best moments of 2023 and takes out her own crystal ball to look ahead to 2024. 

Percy Jackson and the Olympians debuted early on Disney+ on Tuesday. Originally set to air on Wednesdays, the series will now air 6PM PT on Tuesdays. Percy Jackson is on a dangerous quest. Outrunning monsters and outwitting gods, he must journey across America to return Zeus’ master bolt and stop an all-out war. With the help of his quest mates Annabeth and Grover, Percy’s journey will lead him closer to the answers he seeks: how to fit into a world where he feels out of place, and find out who he’s destined to be. 

Season twenty two of Real Time with Bill Maher premieres on HBO January 19. Allowing Maher to offer his unique perspective on contemporary issues, the show continues with its opening monologue, one-on-one interviews with notable guests, roundtable discussions with panelists, and its signature “New Rules.”

The latest South Park special South Park (Not Suitable for Children) is streaming now on Paramount+. After it’s discovered that a teacher at South Park Elementary has an OnlyFans page, Randy is compelled to take a closer look at the seedy underbelly of the world of on-line influencers. 

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

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