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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Dead Boy Detectives’ Premiere Date, ‘The Way Home’ Renewed, ‘Ugliest House in America’ Premiere Date, ‘Heartstopper’ Premiere Window, ‘A Man In Full’ Trailer, ‘SkyMed’ Renewed, and More!

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Dead Boy Detectives will premiere on Netflix April 25. Set in The Sandman universe, the series follows two teen ghosts who work alongside a clairvoyant to solve mysteries for their supernatural clientele — until a powerful witch complicates their plans.

Hallmark Channel has renewed The Way Home for a third season. Set to return in 2025, the multigenerational family drama with a fascinating time travel twist has captivated the hearts and minds of viewers critics alike. The current season airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT through March 31, on Hallmark Channel. 

HGTV’s Ugliest House in America returns for season five April 22. Hosted by Retta, the new six-episode season will once again go cross-country to visit 15 horrendous homes nominated by their owners and share her hilarious hot takes of the stunningly bad designs, cringe-worthy layouts and sorely outdated styles. Based on its ugly appearance, poor functionality and hideous design choices, one house will be crowned the “ugliest house in America” by HGTV, and the network will award its owners a showstopping $150,000 renovation completed by Alison Victoria during a special one-hour finale episode. In each episode, Retta will tour three homes where she shares her unfiltered reactions to all sorts of hair-raising designs from decades old wall-to-wall pink carpeting and elaborate bathroom tiles and chandeliers to homes with multiple non-functioning kitchens and tanks designed to house baby alligators. Throughout the season, Retta will see the best of the worst across the U.S. and help a lucky homeowner transform their unsightly house into a stunner. 

Season three of Heartstopper will premieres on Netflix this October. Teens Charlie and Nick discover their unlikely friendship might be something more as they navigate school and young love in this coming-of-age series.

Limited series A Man In Full premieres May 2 on Netflix. When Atlanta real estate mogul Charlie Croker faces sudden bankruptcy, political and business interests collide as Charlie defends his empire from those attempting to capitalize on his fall from grace. The series is based on the novel by the late Tom Wolfe. It stars Jeff Daniels, Tom Pelphrey, Diane Lane, Lucy Liu, William Jackson Harper, Aml Ameen, Sarah Jones, Jon Michael Hill and Chanté Adams. 

Paramount+ has renewed SkyMed for a third season. Season three will pick up in the aftermath of the dramatic season two finale, when the mounting pressure within the tight-knit SkyMed team – and shocking medical emergency for one of its members – threatens to tear the group apart. Now, faced with more dangerous missions across the wilderness and a few newcomers who arrive at the crew house to shake things up, the medical responders must rely on each other more than ever as they experience heart-pulsing rescues, new love and hard goodbyes on the job. 

Season six of The Circle will premiere on Netflix April 17. New episodes will premiere every Wednesday through the finale May 8. Status and strategy collide in this social experiment and competition show where online players flirt, befriend and catfish their way toward the ultimate cash prize as top influencer. 

David Schwimmer is set to star in season two of Goosebumps. In the upcoming season of the anthology series, 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. 

Anna Camp and Griffin Matthews are set to star in the upcoming season of Netflix’s You. Camp will play both Reagan and Maddie Lockwood, twin sisters-in-law to Joe Goldberg. Matthews plays Teddy Lockwood, the snarky, yet loyal brother-in-law.

ABC has ordered medical drama series Dr. Odyssey. Joshua Jackson is set to star in the series from Ryan Murphy. 

The animated Good Times revival series will premiere on Netflix April 12. In this edgy, irreverent reimagining of the TV classic, a new generation of the Evans family keeps their head above water in a Chicago housing project.

HIDIVE has announced its spring anime lineup. Jellyfish Can’t Swim In The Night premieres April 6. Urusei Yatsura premieres April 11. Whisper Me A Love Song premieres April 13. The English dub of Helk premieres April 2. The English dub of The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen premieres April 10. The English dub of Ragna Crimson resumes April 12. The English dub of The Vexations Of A Shut-In Vampire Princess premieres April 15. 

Anime series The Grimm Variations will premieres on Netflix April 17. Inspired by the classic Brothers Grimm stories, this anthology features six fairy tales with a dark twist, exposing the shadowy side of human desire.

Docuseries The Synanon Fix premieres April 1 on HBO. Told through first person accounts of former members, the series explores the rise and fall of the controversial treatment center Synanon, which grew from a groundbreaking drug rehabilitation program in the late 1950s into a communal living experiment that would later draw criticism for abuse and cult-like behavior. It explores the organization’s tragic fall from grace as its potential as a revolutionary way of healing spiraled into a profoundly destructive force. It also features candid interviews with former members of Synanon. 

Callum McGowan, Olivia Morris, Bluey Robinson and Caroline Loncq have been cast in The CW’s The Librarians: The Next Chapter. They join Jessica Green as series regulars in the followup series which will also see Christian Kane reprise his role as Jacob Stone in the new series. 

Mark Duplass will star in hulu’s limited series Orphan. He joins Ellen Pompeo and Imogen Faith Reid in the series inspired by the true story of the Midwestern couple who adopts what they believe is a little girl with dwarfism. As they begin to raise her alongside their three biological children, they slowly start to believe she may not be who she says she is. As they question her story, they’re confronted with hard questions of their own about the lengths they’re willing to go to defend themselves, falling into a battle that’s fought in the tabloids, the courtroom, and ultimately their marriage.

Hallie Jackson will be taking over as the anchor of NBC Nightly News on Sundays. She replaces Kate Snow who recently stepped down as anchor. Jackson’s first show will air April 7. 

Episode 8 of Sue’s Places is now available to stream on ESPN+. With the help of her friend and UConn teammate, Diana Taurasi, Sue Bird reflects on some of the most memorable buzzer beaters. Valpo legend Bryce Drew joins Sue to recreate his iconic buzzer beater from the 1998 tourney. Then, the Ice Queen herself, Arike Ogunbowale, talks about her two last-second shots that won it all for Notre Dame in 2018.

Scott Hanson, Andrew Siciliano, Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila will serve as hosts of the Gold Zone whip-around show, which will stream for the first time live on Peacock during NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Olympic Games Paris 2024. Gold Zone will stream live on Peacock from 7 am – 5 pm ET each day from July 27-Aug. 10. With up to 40 events happening simultaneously during the Paris Olympic Games, Gold Zone will present viewers with the best and most compelling moments happening at any time. The daily live show will guide fans through the excitement, triumphs, and emotion of the Games, scanning all the events that day to provide viewers with the most exhilarating moments and key races, routines, and finishes as they unfold live. Gold Zone’s daily offering will provide viewers with the most comprehensive and all-encompassing live whip-around coverage of any Olympic Games to date. 

Peacock’s viewing experience for the Olympic Games Paris 2024, which will be the most comprehensive streaming destination ever for the Olympic Games, will introduce industry-first interactive features that help fans navigate more than 5,000 hours of live coverage throughout the Games, including all 329 medal events. Unveiled today at NBCUniversal’s One24 technology conference, Peacock’s extensive Olympics hub will feature curated rails of live and upcoming events, dedicated in-depth hubs for nearly 40 sports, medal standings and an interactive schedule. Peacock also unveiled two new features coming to the platform – Peacock Live Actions and Peacock Discovery Multiview – that will help fans discover and engage with the Olympics and other live programming in new, innovative ways. 

Parasyte: The Grey premieres April 5 on Netflix. When unidentified parasites violently take over human hosts and gain power, humanity must rise to combat the growing threat.

American Horror Story: Delicate returns April 3 on FX with part two. After multiple failed attempts of IVF, actress Anna Victoria Alcott wants nothing more than to start a family. As the buzz around her recent film grows, she fears that something may be targeting her – and her pursuit of motherhood.

Files of the Unexplained will premiere on Netflix April 3. Eerie encounters, bizarre disappearances, haunting events and more perplexing phenomena are explored in this chilling investigative docuseries.

Natural history series Predator v Prey will premiere on BBC America and AMC+ April 20. The series follows the fortunes of the world’s most formidable apex predators – including lions, cheetahs and crocodiles – as they pit themselves against fearsome opponents in the ultimate battle for survival. Focusing on their high-stake hunts and the multitude of factors that contribute to their success or failure, the series offers a forensic look at these predation events while exploring the many other challenges the animals face in the game of life. From the changing seasons to shared food sources, the significance of making a kill is brought into sharp focus as predator and prey come face to face in some of nature’s most compelling showdowns. 

Season two, part two of Kengan Ashura will premiere on Netflix this August. The second round of the Kengan Life-or-Death Tournament continues – without Ohma. As the mighty gladiators clash, a shadowy figure plots a violent coup.

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

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