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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘The Young And The Restless’ Renewed, ‘The Challenge: All Stars’ Premiere Date, ‘The Valley’ Premiere Date, ‘Overcompensating’ Ordered, Eugene Levy Joins ‘Only Murders in the Building’, Jeremiah Brent Joins ‘Queer Eye’, and More!

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The Young And The Restless has been renewed for four more seasons. The CBS soap will run through the 2027-28 season, its 55th season. The series has been transporting viewers into the lives of the residents of the fictitious Midwestern town of Genoa City for over five decades and follows the romances and rivalries between the Newman, Winters and Abbott families. In March 2023, the show celebrated its 50th anniversary on the air, having premiered March 26, 1973.

Season four of The Challenge: All Stars premieres April 10 with back to back episodes on Paramount+. Old-school legends, modern power players, redemption-seekers and ex-lovers reunite in Cape Town, South Africa to compete for $300,000. In this game, anyone can win, relationships matter, and only one All Star will claim the title champion.

Vanderpump Rules spinoff The Valley will premiere March 19 on Bravo. The series follows a group of close friends as they trade bottle service in West Hollywood for baby bottles in the Valley all while they navigate bustling businesses, rocky relationships and feisty friendships. 

Prime Video ordered Overcompensating to series. Benito Skinner will star while Charli XCX will produce original music for the series. The series is a college-set ensemble comedy about the wild, chaotic journey of Benny, a closeted former football player and homecoming king, as he becomes fast friends with Carmen, a high school outsider on a mission to fit in at all costs. With guidance from Benny’s older sister and her campus-legend boyfriend, Benny and Carmen juggle horrible hookups, flavored vodka, and fake IDs. Deeply funny and personal, the show explores the lengths to which we all overcompensate while on the path to finding out who we really are. 

Eugene Levy has been cast in the upcoming fourth season of Only Murders in the Building. He will recur in the hulu series joining previously announced Molly Shannon and Eva Longoria. Meryl Streep is also set to return for the new season. 

Jeremiah Brent has been cast in the upcoming ninth season of Queer Eye. He replaces Bobby Berk who exited the Netflix series as the design expert. Original stars Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, and Karamo Brown will all return. 

The eighth annual Crunchyroll Anime Awards will take place March 2 on YouTube and Twitch at 6pm JST, 4am EST. Sally Amaki and Jon Kabira will serve as hosts. Pre-show and live ceremony presenters include Megan Thee Stallion, LiSA, Iman Vellani, Labrinth, Porter Robinson, and Phil Lord & Chris Miller. 

NBC will celebrate ten years of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with a primetime special May 14 on NBC. The anniversary special will feature a look back at the many unforgettable moments that have defined the show’s legacy, viral hits, favorite sketches, musical performances, and interviews that have shaped our culture. 

Kelsea Ballerini will return as host of the 2024 CMT Music Awards April 7 on CBS. The ceremony will air live from Austin, Texas’ Moody Center. This marks the fourth consecutive year she takes the reins for country music’s first fan-voted awards show. Nominations, performers and presenters will be announced in the coming weeks. 

Hulu will be adding English dubs for anime including Blue Lock, Spy x Family Season 2, Rising of the Shield Hero Season 3, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, and more this March. The series previously aired their dubs on Crunchyroll. 

Chappelle’s Home Team Presents – Donnell Rawlings: A New Day premieres February 27 on Netflix. Donnell Rawlings riffs on toxic relationships, getting older, visiting New Zealand and his secret to co-parenting a young son in this stand-up special.

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

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