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The Flight Attendant will not return for a third season. Initially a limited series, Max brought back the show for a second season in 2022. The news was confirmed by showrunner Steve Yockey and star and executive producer Kaley Cuoco. 

Anime series Ninja Kamui premieres February 10 on adult swim’s Toonami block. The English dub will air at midnight, with an English subtitled airing following at 3AM. A former ninja clan member swears vengeance upon a mysterious shadow organization that killed his wife and son. Meanwhile, an FBI agent and his rookie partner also work to investigate the murders and uncover a vast global conspiracy.

Marianly Tejada, Jack Schumacher, Garrett Wareing and Andrew Liner have been cast as series regulars for the upcoming new Netflix series Ransom Canyon. Jaren Robledo, Casey W. Johnson, Jennifer Ens, Brett Cullen, Kate Burton, Niko Guardado, Justin Johnson Cortez, and Kenneth Miller are set to recur. Philip Winchester will be a guest star. They join Josh Duhamel, Minka Kelly, James Brolin, Eoin Macken, and Lizzy Greene.

The English dub of A Sign of Affection premieres January 20 on Crunchyroll. Yuki Itose is just a typical student dealing with the pressures of college. She is struggling one day on the train when an upperclassman named Itsuomi Nagi helps her out. As he gradually opens a new world to her, Yuki develops feelings for Itsuomi. A pure love story begins to grow.

Perimeter premieres February 29 on BET+. The annual Freaknik is turning the city of Atlanta upside down. 

Dakota Johnson will host Saturday Night Live January 27. Justin Timberlake will serve as musical guest. The show returns January 20 with Jacob Elordi as host and Reneé Rapp as musical guest. An additional episode will air February 3 with guests to be announced later. 

Comedy special Ready to Sell Out will air on Netflix February 20 from Mike Epps. Despite a thriving career, Epps ponders where all of his money has gone, the trials and tribulations of his relationships, and the plethora of street observations that have become synonymous with the comedic mind of Mike Epps.

A 20/20 limited series Bad Romance premieres January 22 on ABC. Hosted by ABC News contributor Ryan Smith, the eight episode series reports on 20/20 stories ripped from the headlines, leading viewers through some of the most shocking and surprising romance stories of the last decade – stories that began with romance and ended in crime. It features true-crime stories, including the twisted love triangle between a husband, wife and lover; the murder of an NFL star’s pregnant girlfriend; and the case of a man found guilty of murdering his wife by two separate juries. Throughout the series, 20/20 visits crime scenes and interviews the individuals at the center of some of the most twisted and obsessive love stories, just weeks before Valentine’s Day. 

Season two of Serving the Hamptons premieres February 2 on Max. The Hamptons is where the rich spend their summers, and Zach Erdem’s 75 Main is their favorite restaurant. With constant drama in the staff house, broken rules and a shocking love triangle, will the sexy, young staff manage to make the summer a success?

Truth and Lies returns to ABC January 25. The three captivating new episodes reveal hidden truths and untold accounts from an infamous crime, a catastrophic event that dominated headlines, and an elusive cult. Each two-hour episode is an in-depth look behind the scenes of these chilling events. The first episode chronicles the twists and turns in the decade-long investigation to find the Long Island serial killer; the second episode unfolds the tragic story of entrepreneur Stockton Rush, his vision for an innovative submersible that would take adventurous tourists down to the Titanic wreckage, and his ill-fated voyage; and the final episode delves into the polygamist Fundamentalist Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) community and the controversial life of their leader, Warren Jeffs, who still proves dangerous even behind bars.

Naked and Afraid returns for a new season February 18 on Discovery Channel. Man-eating crocodiles, aggressive hippos and toxic frogs await a new group of survivalists. Throughout the series, the participants must overcome their personal struggles and face the raw brutality of nature without easy access to food, water or clothing. 

The English dub of Tales of Wedding Rings premieres January 20 on Crunchyroll. Sato is a high school boy in love with his best friend Hime, an unearthly beauty from another realm. So when she moves back to her home world to get married, Sato doesn’t think twice—he follows her and crashes the wedding. Then, after a kiss from Hime, he suddenly becomes the new groom! But here, Hime is a Ring Princess and her husband is destined to be the Ring King: a hero of immense power.

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

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