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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Abbott Elementary’ Renewed, ‘The Gentlemen’ Premiere Date, ‘Goosebumps’ Renewed, ‘The Golden Bachelorette’ Ordered, ‘Formula 1: Drive to Survive’ Teaser, ‘Selling the Hamptons’ Trailer, and More!

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ABC has renewed Abbott Elementary for a fourth season. The renewal comes days after the series returned for a third season. In the next episode, Gregory is hesitant when kids start hanging out in his classroom at lunch, looking to him for advice as the “cool teacher.” Meanwhile, Barbara is shocked to find Tariq is dating the mother of one of her students. Janine and Jacob try to hire an ASL interpreter for a student in Jacob’s classroom. 

The Gentlemen premieres March 7 on Netflix. The series sees Eddie Horniman unexpectedly inherit his father’s sizable country estate – only to discover it’s part of a cannabis empire. Moreover, a host of unsavory characters from Britain’s criminal underworld want a piece of the operation. Determined to extricate his family from their clutches, Eddie tries to play the gangsters at their own game. However, as he gets sucked into the world of criminality, he begins to find a taste for it. The series is set in the world of The Gentlemen film, with a whole new cast, offering depth into this criminal world and a new story to get stuck into. 

Disney+ has renewed Goosebumps for a second season. The new eight-episode installment will unveil a fresh Goosebumps chapter with an anthology twist: a brand-new story, setting and cast based upon R.L Stine’s worldwide bestselling Scholastic book series. In the upcoming season, teenage siblings discover a threat within their home, setting off a chain of events that unravel a profound mystery. As they delve into the unknown, the duo find themselves entangled in the story of five teenagers who mysteriously vanished in 1994. 

ABC has ordered The Golden Bachelorette to series following the success of The Golden Bachelor. The new series will air this fall. Additionally, The Bachelorette has been renewed and will air this summer. Details surrounding the series, including cast details, will be announced at a later date. 

Season six of Formula 1: Drive to Survive premieres February 23 on Netflix. Offering unprecedented access, this new season will once again take fans behind the scenes, to witness first-hand how the drivers and teams prepare to battle it out for the 2023 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. The series will offer never-before-seen footage as we follow new team lineups, management takedowns, fierce friendships and bitter rivalries of another high-octane season on the Formula 1 circuit.

Selling the Hamptons premieres March 1 on Max. The art of buying, selling, hustling and schmoozing is all part of the game in the high-stakes world of Hamptons real estate, and the young brokers of the Nest Seekers Team aim to prove they can find success in the country’s most-exclusive housing market. All is fair in love and real estate.

Docuseries Supa Girlz premieres March 7 on ALLBLK. The docuseries follows a dance season in the life of one of the best high school dance teams in the country: the Miami Northwestern “G Girls.” Led by a boldly unapologetic and visionary director, Traci Young-Byron, the “G Girls” have become a trend-setting viral sensation whose successes and struggles reflect those of the neighborhood they call home: Liberty City, Miami. 

Comedy special Hannah Gadsby’s Gender Agenda premieres March 5 on Netflix. Curated by Gadsby, the show brings together a line-up of the world’s absolute funniest genderqueer comedians. Recorded at London’s iconic Alexandra Palace Theatre, the special features ALOK, Chloe Petts, DeAnne Smith, Ashley Ward, Jes Tom, Mx. Dahlia Belle, and Krishna Istha.

Episodes of Dragon Ball Z Kai will return to Toonami February 24. The repeats will replace IGPX which will air the first season finale of the remastered episodes this weekend. No word on when the second season of the remastered episodes will air. 

The 100th: Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden – The Greatest Arena Run of All Time will air April 14 on CBS. The concert special will be shot at Joel’s record-breaking 100th consecutive performance at Madison Square Garden as part of his franchise run on March 28. 

Netflix has ordered drama series Beauty in Black. The series comes from Tyler Perry who extends his multi-year first-look series deal with the streamer. The 16-episode hour-long drama follows two women leading very different lives. While Kimmie is struggling to make a living after her mother kicked her out and Mallory is running a successful business, they find themselves entangled in each other’s lives. 

ABC has renewed Celebrity Family Feud and Jeopardy! Masters for new seasons. Hosts Steve Harvey and Ken Jennings will return as hosts. Two Family Feud specials will also air later this year in celebration of the iconic show, “Family Feud: Decades of Laughs” and “Family Feud: The Best of Steve Harvey,” highlighting some of the best moments from the syndicated and primetime shows throughout the years.

Fixer to Fabulous: Italiano premieres March 12 on HGTV. Dave and Jenny Marrs will journey to Italy’s Tuscan countryside from their hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas, to revitalize a grand villa for longtime friends. The six-episode season will document the Marrs, who first visited Italy as newlyweds, as they execute a monumental restoration of the centuries-old property. Inspired by the rich history, rolling hillsides and leafy olive groves of the region, Dave and Jenny will rely on the help of local builders, architects and artisans to meet historic building regulations and source authentic materials such as handmade terracotta tiles, olive wood floors and Carrara marble. Bringing this behemoth renovation across the finish line will take all the grit, determination and building savvy they can muster to overcome language barriers, months of delays, budget restraints, looming deadlines and an immense amount of pressure. 

Adam Sandler will film an all-new comedy special for Netflix. The special is his second for Netflix following 2018’s 100% Fresh

Japanese series My Undead Yokai Girlfriend will premiere on Prime Video March 22. Shot in the traditional and beautiful city of Kyoto, the series depicts the extraordinary Japanese folklore of ‘Yokai’ and ‘Otaku’, as a strange relationship of love and mystery is sparked between a lonely college student Tadashi who wants nothing more than to find a girlfriend, and Izzy, a Yokai girl who accidentally finds herself bonded to him through a magical hex. But the quirky love story takes an unexpected and gripping twist as the true intention of Izzy is to exact revenge on a human family for an incident from over 500 years ago. 

The 2024 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony will stream live on Disney+ with a special airing on ABC at a later date. Inductees will be announced in late April. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2024 Induction Ceremony will take place in Cleveland this fall with date and on-sale information to be announced.

World on Fire has been canceled after two seasons. The BBC decided against renewing the World War II drama which aired on PBS. 

Renegade Nell will premiere on Disney+ March 29. Nell Jackson, a quick-witted and courageous young woman, finds herself framed for murder and unexpectedly becomes the most notorious outlaw in 18th-century England. But when a magical spirit called Billy Blind appears, Nell realizes her destiny is bigger than she ever imagined. 

Docuseries Disco: Soundtrack of a Revolution will premiere on PBS this summer. the docuseries captures the story of disco: its rise, its fall, and its legacy. From the basement bars of ’70s New York City to the peak of the global charts, along with iconic tracks and remarkable footage, it offers a powerful, revisionist history of the disco age. It will be told by the original musicians, promoters, and innovators – as well as modern-day musical icons. 

Production on ZOMBIES 4 will begin next month in New Zealand, with Meg Donnelly and Milo Manheim set to reprise their roles as Addison and Zed, Seabrook’s star-crossed zombie/cheerleader couple. Chandler Kinney and Kylee Russell will return as werewolf Willa and loveable zombie Eliza, respectively. Freya Skye and Malachi Barton have been cast in the roles of new characters Nova and Victor, mysterious supernatural strangers whom Zed and Addison encounter during their summer travels. Additionally, ZOMBIES: The Re-Animated Series, the franchise’s first-ever animated series, will debut this summer on Disney Channel and Disney+. 

The Emmy Awards will air on ABC September 15, live from the Peacock Theater at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles. Nominations for the 76th Emmy Awards will be announced July 17. A host will be announced at a later date. 

Disney Junior has renewed SuperKitties and Pupstruction for third seasons. The renewal comes ahead of their respective season two debuts. SuperKitties is about four fierce and furry superhero kittens who are on a mission to make their town of Kittydale a more caring and “pawesome” place. Pupstruction follows an all-dog construction crew who pour mud, sweat, drool and plenty of heart into keeping their town of Petsburg in tip-top shape.

Docuseries The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth premieres February 23 on Netflix. The spine chilling story of the Sheena Bora Murder case sent shock waves throughout the country.

Docuseries BONES 25: DREAMING FORWARD will premiere February 13 on Crunchyroll. The series explores the creation of Studio BONES and its most legendary series. From its high quality adaptation of beloved manga series to unique and original animated stories, this anime storyteller’s history has enthrall fans of the long-standing studio. The series was shot entirely in Japan and includes four parts – “The History of Bones” “Style and Originality,” “Successful Adaptation,” and “Metallic Rouge: The Future of Bones.” More than 30 personalities are featured throughout the episodes, including those with Masahiko Minami (President), ONE (the author of “Mob Psycho 100”), Shinichiro Watanabe (Director), Kafka Asagiri (Creator), and Yutaka Izubuchi (Conceptual Author and Series Composition of Metallic Rouge) and Motonobu Hori of (Director of Metallic Rouge).

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

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