Wynonna Earp is returning with an all new special on Tubi. The 90 minute one off special, with the working title Wynonna Earp: Vengeance, will air later this year. Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon, Dom Provost-Chalkley, and Katherine Barrell are set to return with other familiar faces likely to pop up as well.
National Geographic has renewed Limitless with Chris Hemsworth for a second season. The series, which airs on Disney+, follows the global superstar as he unearths the transformative secrets of improving our lives and unlocking our greatest potential. The second installment comes hot on the heels of a hugely successful first season that inspired millions to explore how to live better longer. Chris is taking on four more epic challenges on a global journey through Nepal, Italy, Australia, and the United Kingdom to help him – and us – understand how to live not just longer, but better.
Limited series The Regime premieres on HBO March 3. The six episode series tells the story of one year within the walls of the palace of a modern European regime as it begins to unravel.
Event series Knuckles premieres on Paramount+ April 26. Set in the Cinematic World of Sonic the Hedgehog, the six episode live action series follows Knuckles on a hilarious and action-packed journey of self-discovery as he agrees to train Wade as his protégé and teach him the ways of the Echidna warrior. The series takes place between Sonic The Hedgehog 2 and Sonic The Hedgehog 3.
The second half of the sixth season of The Chi premieres on Paramount+ May 10 and on air Showtime May 12. In the season’s first eight episodes, Emmett and Kiesha’s blissful blended union is tested by his perilous partnership with Douda, who is dealing with the fallout of Q’s murder and its effect on the shifting loyalty of his inner circle. Victor’s tangled past impacts his new role as city councilman. Newlyweds Jada and Darnell fear for son Emmett after he makes a desperate, life-threatening move. Rob and Tiff’s cannabis business and Jake’s apparel line took off, and Papa falls for an older woman while questioning his faith at the senseless loss of his beloved father. Kevin landed a big gaming opportunity in Los Angeles, leaving behind Maisha to fight for her own big career move in spite of manager Jemma’s newly divided attentions. But danger lies in wait… no one is safe and everyone will be tested as never before over the course of the sixth season’s shocking last eight episodes.
Animated series Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles premieres this summer on Paramount+. From the universe of the Mutant Mayhem film, the series explores the adventures of everyone’s favorite pizza-loving heroes as they emerge from the sewers onto the streets of NYC. Leo, Raph, Donnie and Mikey are faced with new threats and team up with old allies to survive both teenage life and villains lurking in the shadows of the Big Apple.
Avatar: The Last Airbender premieres on Netflix February 22. The cast and creators of Avatar: The Last Airbender take us behind the scenes to explain how they brought the show to life. The series is a live-action reimagining of the beloved animated series following Aang, the young Avatar, as he learns to master the four elements (Water, Earth, Fire, Air) to restore balance to a world threatened by the terrifying Fire Nation.
Season four of We’re Here premieres April 26 on HBO. The new season follows renowned drag queens, Sasha Velour, Priyanka, Jaida Essence Hall, and Latrice Royale, as they continue the show’s mission of spreading love and connection through the art of drag across small-town America. This season, the queens work with participants in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and Tulsa, Oklahoma, as well as in surrounding towns, and take an in-depth, immersive look at recent anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, and the effect it has had on the community.
Anthony Michael Hall and Sonya Cassidy have been cast in the third season of Reacher. They join Alan Ritchson and Maria Sten in the Prime Video series. Season three will be based on the seventh book in the Jack Reacher series “Persuader” by Lee Child. Reacher must go undercover to rescue an informant held by a haunting foe from his past.
Season four of Blown Away premieres March 8 on Netflix. Bigger, bolder, hotter. Ten glassblowers turn up the heat for a grueling competition in North America’s largest hot shop for a chance to win $100,000. The series is hosted by Hunter March with resident judge Katherine Gray.
National Geographic has renewed A Real Bug’s Life for a second season. The series airs on Disney+. Narrated by Awkwafina, the series will take viewers on five new and exciting trips around the world to get up close and personal with insects and their moving stories. The new season of the genre-busting series will feature an all-new cast of insects including femme fatale firefly, bachelor luna moth, a real-life assassin bug, the botany bay weevil and other incredible tiny heroes living on our planet.
Netflix will be bringing the story of Julio Iglesias to the screen in an all new series. The music living legend will participate in the creative process of a fiction in which he will share everything about his life and his incredible musical trajectory. The fiction, currently in development, will tell the story of how Julio Iglesias became the first non-English artist to enter the American and Asian markets and turned into a universal star who is among the five biggest record sellers in history. Throughout his more than 55 years of artistic career, Julio Iglesias has recorded and sung in 12 languages and has connected fans from all over the world, becoming the first Spanish artist with universal reach to have his songs sung all over the planet.
Wildcard Kitchen premieres March 12 on Food Network. Fan-favorite chefs put their money where their mouth is during a high-stakes culinary card game. In each episode, host Eric Adjepong takes over the test kitchen after hours with an exclusive invitation for three chefs to bring $5,000 to play across three hands of his underground culinary poker game. The competitors, who all know each other well, have scores to settle and personal stakes to lose as they battle to create dishes based on the cards they are dealt and bet using their own instincts and cold hard cash. The luck of the draw determines the dishes and cooking time, while wildcards deal unpredictable challenges into the mix that test the chefs like never before. From surf-and-turf with peanut butter to live crab with kimchi, anything can happen in Wildcard Kitchen as mystery guest judges use blind taste tests to determine who walks away the high roller with bragging rights and cash from their fellow chefs.
Matt Rogers, Anna Maria Horsford, Kate Moennig, Linda Lavin and Wyatt Aubrey have joined the cast of Netflix’s No Good Deed. They join Lisa Kudrow, Ray Romano, Linda Cardellini, Luke Wilson, Teyonah Parris, O-T Fagbenle, Abbi Jacobson, Poppy Liu and Dennis Leary. The half hour, dark comedy follows three very different families vying to buy the very same 1920s Spanish style villa that they think will solve all their problems. But as the sellers have already discovered, sometimes the home of your dreams can be a total nightmare.
National Geographic has ordered docuseries Pathological: Chasing A True-Crime Con Man. The series follows the rise and fall of bestselling French author and serial killer expert Stéphane Bourgoin, whose remarkable career was built on a foundation of morbid lies that are finally being unveiled in full. A meta-commentary on the global, cultural phenomenon of true-crime entertainment, it takes viewers through the dramatic twists and turns of Bourgoin’s life in front of and behind the camera and tracks his pursuit by a group of true-crime enthusiasts, whose passion for the genre turned them into amateur sleuths and seekers of truth.
Dinner Party Diaries with Jose Andres premieres March 19 on Prime Video and Amazon Freevee. James Beard award-winning dynamo, culinary trailblazer and revered philanthropist José Andrés is coming to the small screen in a way you’ve never seen before. In this funny, vibrant, and unpredictable special, Andrés invites Jamie Lee Curtis, Bryan Cranston and O’Shea Jackson Jr., over for food and conversation. His guests join him in the kitchen, getting their hands dirty with approachable Spanish-influenced recipes, and laughing through the stories that inspire them. Andrés cultivates deep connections with his celebrity guests through hilarious and poignant conversations that reflect his authentic relationships. Unlike most instructional food specials, Andrés embraces imperfection and spontaneity in the kitchen, giving viewers important takeaways to apply in their own homes.
Mickey Guyton, Rachel Platten and T-Pain have been added to perform on The Super Bowl Soulful Celebration 25th Anniversary February 10 on CBS. They join previously announced performers Earth, Wind & Fire, Kirk Franklin, Mary Mary, Robin Thicke, and The Players Choir.
Netflix unveils its dynamic Japanese slate of creative breakthroughs. Series include House of Ninjas, Tokyo Swindlers, The Queen of Villains, Beyond Goodbye, The Parades and City Hunter
Paul Rudd will narrate the next installment of National Geographic’s James Secrets Of… series Secrets of the Octopus from James Cameron. Octopuses are like aliens on Earth: three hearts, blue blood, and the ability to squeeze through a space the size of their eyeball. But there is so much more to these weird and wonderful animals. Highly intelligent, octopuses can use tools, transform their bodies to mimic other animals and even communicate with different species, including us. The secrets of the octopus are more extraordinary than ever imagined.
Supersex premieres on Netflix March 6. Inspired by true events, this is the story of how Rocco Siffredi escaped a humble life and emerged as the world’s greatest porn star.
Photographer premieres on National Geographic March 18. The series takes us on a journey with the world’s most extraordinary visual storytellers, pairing them with today’s leading documentary filmmakers for an exhilarating and dynamic international adventure. Each hour-long episode follows the story of an iconic photographer – Cristina Mittermeier and Paul Nicklen, Dan Winters, Campbell Addy, Krystle Wright, Muhammed Muheisen, and Anand Varma – while they work to make iconic images that stand the test of time. Through vérité footage of their current mission interwoven with interviews and archived footage, viewers will gain a deeper understanding of each photographer’s process, learn how they became an artist, and discover how they see and experience the world.
American Conspiracy: The Octopus Murders premieres February 28 on Netflix. When journalist Danny Casolaro was found dead in a hotel bathtub, police ruled it a suicide. But his family and colleagues believe he may have been murdered for investigating a conspiracy he called “The Octopus” – a hidden organization connected to stolen government spy software, a string of unsolved murders, and some of the biggest political scandals of the 20th century. Years later, researcher Christian Hansen pushes to uncover the secrets behind Casolaro’s death, and the story that killed him.
Comedy special Rory Scovel: Religion, Sex and a Few Things in Between premieres February 22 on Max. Scovel takes the stage at Minneapolis’ Goodale Theater to offer his observations on such disparate subjects as religion, sex, mushrooms, vaccines, parenting an eight-year-old, and much more in this standup special. Over the course of his 70-minute set, the South Carolina native interweaves improvised moments with meta-commentary on the subtle art of stand-up as he riffs on some of the most awkward aspects of seemingly taboo yet universal topics – all with a dose of his amiable southern charm.
Docuseries Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV premieres March 17 on ID. The series pulls back the curtain on an empire, built by creator Dan Schneider, that had an undeniable grip on popular culture. Series such as All That and The Amanda Show, among others, were obsessively consumed by children across the country and defined comedy for a generation. But behind the upbeat onscreen presence on these shows with questionable jokes and over-the-top sketches, it reveals an insidious environment rife with allegations of abuse, sexism, racism, and inappropriate dynamics with its underage stars and crew. It features unprecedented access to key cast members, writers, and crew spanning Schneider’s popular series at Nickelodeon. Former All That cast members Giovonnie Samuels, Kyle Sullivan, Bryan Hearne and Katrina Johnson and director Virgil Fabian pull back the curtain on the culture on set of the beloved teen sketch series. Writers Jenny Kilgen and Christy Stratton expose allegations of a toxic and sexist environment in The Amanda Show writer’s room. Alexa Nikolas offers insight into being a part of Zoey 101. It will feature additional cast and crew from iCarly, Sam & Cat, Victorious, and other iconic series such as Marc Summers from the popular game show Double Dare. Poignantly, the series will also offer emotional testimony from parents of cast members who attempted to advocate for their children on these sets.
Pokemon Horizons: The Series premieres February 23 on Netflix. Join Liko and Roy – along with their partner Pokémon, Sprigatito and Fuecoco – as they set off on an incredible journey across different regions with new companions and adorable Pokémon. Along the way, they’ll receive help from Friede, Captain Pikachu, and the other Rising Volt Tacklers as they work to evade a mysterious group known as the Explorers.