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Your TV Source Roundup: Dennis Quaid To Star In ‘Happy Face’, ‘The Night Agent’ Adds Cast, Jaime Camil Joins ‘Lopez vs. Lopez’, ‘A Place Further Than The Universe’ English Dub Premiere Date, ‘Southern Hospitality’ Reunion Date, ‘Natsume’s Book of Friends’ English Dub Premiere Date, and More!

Dennis Quaid for Happy Face, streaming on Paramount+ 2024. Photo credit: Derrek Kupish

Dennis Quaid will star in Paramount+’s Happy Face. Quaid will play the titular role of the real-life serial killer notoriously called “Happy Face” because of the smiley faces he drew on evidence where he bragged about his crimes. He joins the cast alongside previously announced actress Annaleigh Ashford, who is set to star as his daughter, Melissa. The eight episode series will premiere in 2025. 

Michael Malarkey, Keon Alexander, Navid Negahban, and Rob Heaps have been cast in the upcoming second season of The Night Agent. The four will recur in the Netflix series. 

Jaime Camil has been cast in the upcoming second season of Lopez vs. Lopez. Camil will recur in the NBC comedy series which returns April 2. 

The English dub for A Place Further Than The Universe will be released April 22 on Blu-ray. The anime series previously was only available in English subtitles. Scenery that we have never seen. Sounds that we have never heard. Scent that we have never smelled. Food that we have never tasted. And the surge of emotion that we have never experienced. This is the expedition of recollecting the pieces torn apart and sensation left alone. When we reach that place, what will we think?

Southern Hospitality joins Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen for its first reunion on February 22 on Bravo. Joining from the clubhouse, host Andy Cohen sits down with Leva Bonaparte and her larger-than-life staff at Republic, including Mia Alario, Joe Bradley, Bradley Carter, TJ Dinch, Will Kulp, Grace Lilly, Maddi Reese, Emmy Sharrett, and Lucía Peña as they reflect on this season’s biggest moments

The season four English dub of Natsume’s Book of Friends premieres February 19 on Crunchyroll. Natsume Takashi has the ability to see spirits, which he has long kept secret. However, once he inherits a strange book that belonged to his deceased grandmother, Reiko, he discovers the reason why spirits surround him.

God Save Texas premieres February 27 on HBO. The trilogy takes viewers on a personal and panoramic journey through one of the most controversial states in the union. Returning to their hometowns to shed light on an underrepresented story, the filmmakers chronicle the complex history of each city, exploring how it intertwines with their own provenance and evolution, and placing it in the larger picture of America today. The trilogy is inspired by the book “God Save Texas: A Journey into the Soul of the Lone Star State” by Lawrence Wright. 

The 2024 FOX Prime Time Springtime Preview is anchored by Ken Jeong and Joel McHale. Join FOX talent reporting from the field including: Gordon Ramsay, Elodie Yung, Jon Hamm, Cat Deeley, Michael Rowland, Scott Caan, Jennifer Nettles, and Rob Lowe.

The new season of Gold Rush: White Water premieres March 8 on Discovery Channel. Dustin Hurt is desperate for redemption. After barely escaping with their lives last season, it’s make or break as he’s forced to streamline his crew and come up with a whole new plan of attack for the deadly creek that nearly destroyed him.Dustin must overcome heartache, as he bids a final farewell to his dying father, Dakota Fred before he can attempt to triumph over Mother Nature and find the life changing gold of Nugget Creek. 

Iron Reign premieres March 15 on Netflix. Joaquín Manchado rules his drug empire from Barcelona’s seaport with an iron fist – until a new shipment sends business and family spiraling. 

Maamla Legal Hai premieres March 1 on Netflix. Welcome to District Court Patparganj, where justice is served with a side of laughter!

The Greatest Love Story Never Told premieres on Prime Video February 27. The documentary follows Jennifer Lopez as she attempts her most daring project yet: independently producing a new album and cinematic original that explore her twenty-year journey to self-love. Intimate and empowering, the documentary offers unflinching access to Jennifer’s most personal moments as she works hard to reclaim her narrative through the making of This Is Me… Now. From interviews with her inner circle, including producing partners and longtime collaborators, to candid home moments, this is a vulnerable portrait of an icon who put it all on the line and discovered a newfound determination in self-acceptance and love. 

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

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