Love Is Blind season six premiere February 14 on Netflix. The new season follows a new set of singles from Charlotte, North Carolina – all ready to cut through the static of modern dating and forge authentic relationships, sight unseen. This season, the singles form deep and immediate connections, setting the stage for an unexpected journey full of twists, turns, and shocking revelations that will test each relationship well after the participants leave the pods for the real world. Episodes will roll out weekly with the finale set for March 6.
CBS has ordered a new action adventure competition series titled The Summit, hosted by Manu Bennett. Sixteen strangers will embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey through the treacherous New Zealand Alps in an attempt to reach the peak of a distant, towering mountain. With their backpacks containing an equal share of $1 million, the group must traverse an exhausting distance in just 14 days in order to win the cash they are carrying. But not everyone will make it, as these strangers must work together to tackle the dangerous terrain, unforgiving Antarctic winds, heart-pounding challenges and gut-wrenching eliminations on their way to the peak. Tracking them along this journey is the “Mountain’s Keeper” who will surprise the trekkers with brutal twists and force decisions that complicate an already grueling ascent. Morals and relationships will be tested when they must decide what to do if someone falls behind, because if the group fails to reach THE SUMMIT in time, all the prize money will be lost. Additional details including cast and the airdate will be announced in the future.
Limited series The Vince Staples Show premieres February 15 on Netflix. Who’s Vince Staples? Well, that’s a tricky question. He’s kind of famous, but he’s not. He’s kind of rich, but he’s not. He’s also kind of a criminal. But he’s… not? Follow him on his daily adventures, where anything that can go wrong usually does.
Season two of Vigil premieres February 15 on Peacock. Following multiple unexplained fatalities at a Scottish military facility, DCI Amy Silva and DI Kirsten Longacre are tasked with uncovering the cause. Entering the hostile and closed ranks of the air force, the pair must face the deadly warfare of tomorrow as they fight for their own future.
Jacob Elordi is set to host the first Saturday Night Live episode of the year January 20. Reneé Rapp will serve as musical guest on the late night NBC series.
Nominations for the 2024 Anime Awards have been announced. Chainsaw Man is the most nominated series with 25 nominations. Fans are able to vote in over 30 categories through January 27. Winners will be announced March 2 in a ceremony hosted by returning hosts Sally Amaki and Jon Kabira. Megan Thee Stallion and Lisa will serve as presenters.
Season eleven of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver premieres February 18 on HBO. A satirical, insightful, and meticulously researched look at current events in the U.S. and around the globe, the series features Oliver’s hilarious, expertly honed perspective on today’s pressing political, social, and cultural issues, as well as lesser-reported topics that both inform and entertain. Shot in New York, season eleven will continue to feature the show’s weekly topical insights, signature deep dives, and distinctive comedy pieces. The series has been renewed through 2026.
Season two of The Family Stallone premieres February 21 on Paramount+. This season, after four decades as one of Los Angeles’ most famous families, the Stallones are leaving Hollywood for good and moving east. With daughters Sophia and Sistine following their dreams in New York City and Scarlet navigating college and a new love in Miami, Sly and Jen set up roots in Palm Beach as empty nesters. But distance can’t keep this family apart as the season culminates in a life-changing trip to Italy to explore their family history, rekindle love and make a lifetime of memories.
Forest Whitaker will star in MGM+’s upcoming new suspense thriller series Emperor of Ocean Park. The series is based on the novel by Stephen L. Carter. Set in the worlds of politics, Ivy League academia, and the beaches of Martha’s Vineyard, the series centers on Talcott Garland, an Ivy League law professor whose quiet life is shattered when his father, Judge Oliver Garland, dies of an apparent heart attack. The nature of the judge’s death is questioned by Tal’s sister, Mariah, a former journalist and inveterate conspiracy theorist, who believes that the judge, a failed Black nominee to the Supreme Court, met with foul play.
The Completely Made-Up Adventures of Dick Turpin premieres March 1 on Apple TV+. Dick Turpin sets out on a journey of wildly absurd escapades when he’s made the reluctant leader of a band of outlaws – and tasked with outwitting corrupt lawman and self-appointed thief-taker Jonathan Wilde. In this irreverent retelling set in the 18th century, Turpin is the most famous but least likely of highway robbers, whose success is defined mostly by his charm, showmanship and great hair. Together with his gang of lovable rogues, Turpin rides the highs and lows of his new endeavors, including a brush with celebrity, all whilst trying to escape the clutches of the thief-taker.
The Tattooist of Auschwitz premieres May 2 on Peacock. The event series is inspired by the real-life story of Jewish Holocaust survivors Lali and Gita Sokolov. Lali arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1942, and shortly after arrival, he was made one of the tätowierer (tattooists), charged to ink identification numbers onto fellow prisoners’ arms. One day, he meets Gita when tattooing her prisoner number on her arm. They experience love at first sight, and so begins a courageous, unforgettable, and human story. Under constant guard from a volatile Nazi SS officer Baretzki, Lali and Gita became determined to keep each other alive. Around 60 years later, Lali meets novice writer Heather Morris. Recently widowed, Lali finds the courage to tell the world his story. In recounting his story to Heather, Lali, in his 80s, faces the traumatic ghosts of his youth and relives his memories of falling in love in the most horrific of places.
HGTV has renewed Fix My Frankenhouse for an eight episode second season. The series stars Boston-based home renovation experts and husband-wife team Mike and Denese Butler as they fix “Frankenstein” houses – hodge-podge properties with odd additions and piecemeal redesigns – to give them fresh floor plans that work for today’s families. In each episode, Mike, a general contractor, and Denese, a designer, uncover major issues caused by wonky layouts, misplaced staircases and maze-like hallways and then create a functional flow and capture their clients’ style with custom finishes. By blending elements of the older homes’ charm with modern design, the couple produces stunning, cohesive spaces for homeowners. The new episodes will premiere in early 2025.
This Is Me… Now: A Love Story premieres February 16 on Prime Video. Jennifer Lopez has created a narrative-driven cinematic odyssey, steeped in mythological storytelling and personal healing. Dropping in tandem with her first studio album in a decade, this genre-bending Amazon original showcases her journey to love through her own eyes. With fantastical costumes, breathtaking choreography, and star-studded cameos, this panorama is an introspective retrospective of Jennifer’s resilient heart.
The third and final season of Good Morning, Veronica premieres February 14 on Netflix. In the search for the third sibling, Verônica investigates the orphanage where Brandão and Matias grew up. In a small town, she meets Jerônimo, a millionaire horse breeder, and his mother, Diana, a beautiful and mysterious woman who holds secrets about the macabre past of the place. However, when a mafia puts Verô’s family in danger, she must race against time. With no way out, she risks everything in a dangerous pursuit from which she may not emerge alive.
Historical drama series The New Look premieres February 14 on Apple TV+. Set against the World War II Nazi occupation of Paris, the series focuses on the pivotal moment in the 20th century when the French city led the world back to life through its fashion icon Christian Dior. As Dior rises to prominence with his groundbreaking, iconic imprint of beauty and influence, Chanel’s reign as the world’s most famous fashion designer is put into jeopardy. The interwoven saga follows the surprising stories of Dior’s contemporaries and rivals from Chanel to Pierre Balmain, Cristóbal Balenciaga and more; and, provides a stunning view into the atelier, designs and clothing created by Dior through collaboration with the House of Dior.
Season two of Alpha Males premieres February 9 on Netflix. Nothing changes overnight. No matter how hard the four pals try to do things right, they always find new ways to mess up in work, family and sex.
Impractical Jokers returns with new episodes February 8 on truTV. From posing as security guards and product inventors with ridiculous inquiries, to catering as elves, the Jokers will feature a fresh roster of celebrity guests, including Harvey Guillén, Roy Wood Jr., Bobby Moynihan, Michael Ian Black, Kim Field, returning collaborators Joey Fatone, Paula Abdul and Eric Andre , plus a very special appearance by ALF the puppet.
Six Nations: Full Contact premieres January 24 on Netflix. The series takes you behind-the-scenes of the high-intensity world of Europe’s greatest rugby tournament, as the best teams battle each other for the prestigious trophy.
Alessia Cara, Jason Alexander, Isabela Merced, Carla Gugino, Lauren Ash, J.P. Karliak, Eugene Cordero, Diedrich Bader, and Ray Chase are set to guest star in the new series Rock Paper Scissors. The series premiered February 12 on Nickelodeon. It follows the wacky shenanigans and nonsensical adventures of the titular characters – a trio of best friends and roommates who lovingly compete over everything in sometimes laughable but mostly wildly absurd ways.
The Office: Superfan Episodes season 7 will stream on Peacock January 22. The latest season includes never-before-seen moments and extended scenes from fan-favorite episodes, including: “Threat Level Midnight,” “Classy Christmas,” “Garage Sale,” “Michael’s Last Dundies,” “Goodbye Michael,” “Search Committee,” and more! The season also marks the final season featuring everyone’s favorite boss, Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell.