Paramount+ has picked up the second season of Colin From Accounts. The series is currently in production in Australia. The series follows Ashley and Gordon, two single(ish), complex humans who, in season one, are brought together by a nipple flash, a car accident and an injured dog.
ABC has released trailers for its series, set to return in the coming weeks and months. Series include 9-1-1 (March 14), Abbott Elementary (February 7), American Idol (February 18), The Conners (February 7), The Good Doctor (February 20), Grey’s Anatomy (March 14), Not Dead Yet (February 7), The Rookie (February 20), Station 19 (March 14), and Will Trent (February 20).
Season two of The Family Stallone premieres on Paramount+ February 21. 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.
Apple TV+ has renewed Hijack for a second season. Starring Idris Elba, the first season of the thriller series followed the journey of a hijacked plane as it makes its way to London over a seven hour flight, and authorities on the ground scramble for answers.
Season two of Full Swing premieres on Netflix March 6. The cameras are back for a second season, as this immersive documentary series follows a diverse group of professional golfers – both returning favorites and new faces – on and off the course across a relentless season of competition on the PGA TOUR, including all four of golf’s Major championships, the Masters, PGA Championship, U.S. Open Championship, and The Open Championship. And this season brings even more drama, with an unexpected proposed agreement between the PGA TOUR, the DP World Tour and the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, backers of LIV Golf, as well as the Ryder Cup, a biennial event, putting golf on the world stage with a team competition consisting of the best players from the US and Europe. Full Swing continues to give fans a chance to get to know the players through their wins, their losses, their families & their friends, all throughout a season in professional golf. Featured players include Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, Tom Kim, Joel Dahmen, Matt Fitzpatrick, Alex Fitzpatrick, Wyndham Clark, Keegan Bradley, Justin Rose along with Ryder Cup Captains Luke Donald and Zach Johnson.
The new season of Spring Baking Championship premieres March 4 on Food Network. Host Jesse Palmer puts a dozen talented bakers to the test to transform springtime soirees into spectacular desserts. From Earth Day to Jazz Fest, to Derby Day and more, the bakers must showcase their baking abilities and craftsmanship as they whip up the most delectable, edible creations to win over judges Kardea Brown, Nancy Fuller, and Duff Goldman. Only one baker will rise to the top and earn $25,000 and the title of Spring Baking Champion.
Hulu will air The Kollective in 2025. Taking audiences around the world from Budapest to St. Petersburg to London, the series is a gripping thriller about a group of intrepid young citizen journalists who, after a sudden tragedy, find themselves sucked into a globe-spanning web of government lies and corruption. Through a dangerous international investigation, the group exposes nefarious activities of rogue governments and discovers the human price of keeping truth alive.
Small Town Potential premieres on HGTV March 3. In the eight-episode season, real estate agent and designer, Davina Thomasula, and her life partner and contractor, Kristin Leitheuser, will help families who are ready to settle down in a cozy upstate New York town in the Hudson valley find the perfect house to renovate and call home. In each episode, Davina will devise a timeless design plan complemented by the area’s natural surroundings that Kristin will bring to life with the help of her dad and building partner, Don.
Side Hustlers premieres on The Roku Channel March 1. With guidance and mentorship from powerhouse investors Emma Grede and Ashley Graham, ambitious female entrepreneurs develop their side hustles in the hopes of quitting their day jobs to pursue their dream careers full time. These founders vie for the chance to build multi-million dollar companies while juggling the demands of their personal lives and day jobs. With life-changing investments on the line, who will rise to the challenge and turn their side hustle into their main hustle?
Sue’s Places premieres January 31 on ESPN+. The UConn legend takes on Peyton Manning’s series and explores the history and traditions of college basketball. From conversations with the game’s past and present stars, to visiting the preeminent programs in the sport, Sue will showcase everything fans love about men’s and women’s college hoops. It will feature special appearances from Jason Sudeikis, Coach K, Geno Auriemma, Caitlin Clark, Dawn Staley, Danny Manning, Mario Chalmers, Bill Self, Paige Bueckers, Azzi Fudd, Jimmer Fredette, and more.
Live with Kelly and Mark are heading to Las Vegas this winter. Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos and the Live family are packing their bags and flying west to Fontainebleau Las Vegas, bringing the Strip’s iconic neon lights and everything the city has to offer to millions of viewers across the country. Live will light up the stage at the state-of-the-art BleauLive Theater inside the all-new luxury resort and casino Fontainebleau Las Vegas. During their star-studded stay, Kelly and Mark will be joined each morning by celebrities, musicians and more in front of thousands of fans.
Christina Aguilera, Samara Joy, Lenny Kravitz, Maluma, Lionel Richie, Mark Ronson, Meryl Streep, Taylor Tomlinson, Oprah Winfrey and other surprise guests are set to present at The 66th Annual Grammy Awards. Previously announced performers include Burna Boy, Luke Combs, Billie Eilish, Billy Joel, Dua Lipa, Joni Mitchell, Olivia Rodrigo, Travis Scott, SZA and U2. Additional performers will be announced in the coming days. Hosted by Trevor Noah, the ceremony airs live from Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles February 4 on CBS.
Ayo Edebiri is set to host Saturday Night Live February 3 on NBC. Jennifer Lopez will perform as musical guest.
Single Black Female 2: Simone’s Revenge premieres on Lifetime March 2. Amber Riley, Raven Goodwin and K. Michelle reprise their roles. Three years after narrowly escaping the murderous clutches of her half-sister Simone, Monica is ready for a fresh start in Seattle as the host of the city’s #1 primetime investigative television program. With her best friend Bebe by her side and a new love interest, things are looking up for Monica. Secretly nursed back to health and suffering from amnesia, Simone is building a new life when she comes across Monica on TV and her memories come rushing back, leading to a fateful reunion between the sisters. Can the two put the past behind them? Or will Simone’s need to get revenge win the day?
Bail Jumpers premieres on ID March 5. The series follows bounty hunters from across the country as they engage in unexpected and unforgettable conversations with fugitives once they’ve been apprehended and are on the drive to jail. Once the fugitive is secured in the back seat, it’s no-holds-barred dialogue that runs from petty squabbles and rants about significant others to rap sheets and stories about life on the run, and always deep dives into the unbelievable lives featuring the most colorful characters.
The Roku Channel is bringing sports and entertainment talk show The Rich Eisen Show, hosted by Rich Eisen, to the Big Game. It will broadcast live from Las Vegas, bringing fans to the center of all the Big Game excitement. The special coverage will feature celebrity guest interviews, and more.