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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Good Times’ Trailer, ‘House of Villains’ Cast Announced, ‘The Jinx – Part Two’ Teaser, Ramy Youssef Hosting ‘Saturday Night Live’, ‘Power Book III: Raising Kanan’ Renewed, Sarah Hyland Exits ‘Love Island’, and More!

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Good Times premieres on Netflix April 12. In this irreverent reimagining of the TV classic, a new generation of the Evans family keeps their heads above water in a Chicago housing project. An unfiltered adult comedy with the voices of Yvette Nicole Brown, J.B. Smoove, Wanda Sykes and more. 

Season two of House of Villains is coming this fall on E!. The new season will feature a new set of mischievous reality all-stars as they scheme, strategize and shade each other for a chance to win a $200,000 cash prize and the title of “America’s Ultimate Supervillain.” Competing this season are Wes Bergmann (“The Challenge”), Teresa Giudice (“The Real Housewives of New Jersey”), Jessie Godderz (“Big Brother”), Richard Hatch (“Survivor”), Victoria Larson (“The Bachelor”), Larissa Lima (“90 Day Fiancé”), Kandy Muse (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”), Camilla Poindexter (“Bad Girls Club”), and Safaree (“Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”). Tiffany “New York” Pollard (“Flavor of Love”) returns for a chance at redemption. Joel McHale returns as host. 

The Jinx – Part Two premieres on HBO April 21. The new six-episode series is a continuation of the documentary series The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst. In Part Two, the filmmakers continue their investigation for the next eight years, uncovering hidden material, Durst’s prison calls, and interviews with witnesses who had not come forward until now. 

Saturday Night Live returns March 30 on NBC. Ramy Youssef will serve as host with musical guest Travis Scott. 

Starz has renewed Power Book III: Raising Kanan for a fifth season. The series explores the early life of fan-favorite character “Kanan Stark,” originally played by 50 Cent in the flagship series and shows his evolution from naive teenager to cutthroat villain. Season three recently concluded with an epic showdown between Kanan and Raq, resulting in a couple of surprise deaths and an even-more surprising return of a fan-favorite character.

Sarah Hyland is leaving Love Island after two seasons. Hyland has been host of the Peacock series since it moved from CBS. No official word on who will replace her as host, though reports say Ariana Madix will be the new host. 

Dan Stevens, Liv Hewson and Kimiko Glenn have been cast in the upcoming Among Us animated series. They join Randall Park, Ashley Johnson, Yvette Nicole Brown and Elijah Wood. No word still on where the series will stream or air. 

Kofi Siriboe, Logan Browning, Robin Givens and Gail Bean have been cast in the upcoming third season of Harlem. The four will recur in the Prime Video series. In season two, after blowing up her career and disrupting her love life, Camille had to figure out how to put the pieces back together. Tye tried to figure out how to make meaningful connections while navigating a nasty divorce. Quinn sought out balance as she rode the emotional roller coaster of life, and Angie looked for luck at every turn as she tried to find her place in the world. Together, the women continued to level up into the next phase of their careers, relationships, and big city dreams. 

OWN has renewed Ready To Love for a tenth season. Sexy, successful and single Black men and women search for true love. In a unique twist on a typical dating show, both the men and women decide who stays and who goes as they look for lasting love in an authentic relationship.

Hulu on Disney+ has officially launched in the U.S. for Disney Bundle subscribers, bringing together the extensive Disney+ and Hulu libraries – including beloved characters, award-winning films and series, and 100 years’ worth of inspiring stories – all in one place. Starting today, subscribers will see the full Hulu on Disney+ experience which includes Hulu titles integrated in recommendations, sets, and collections on Disney+, making it easier to discover thousands of general entertainment titles and explore the impressive breadth and depth of Hulu and Disney+ content via a more personalized experience – without having to move between apps. For standalone Disney+ subscribers, Hulu content merchandised across Disney+ will now come with expanded upsell options across additional devices, making it more convenient to upgrade their subscription to the Bundle starting at only $2/month more. 

Next Baking Master: Paris premieres on Food Network May 6. Shot on-location in the spectacular City of Lights and hosted by acclaimed pastry chef Stephanie Boswell and French-born chef and restaurateur Ludo Lefebvre, the culinary competition gives ten ambitious and highly-skilled American bakers unprecedented access to the most iconic pastry shops, as well as mentoring from renowned French baking experts. The series demands that competitors prove their mettle in the pillars of great baking and pastry: technique, artistry, flavor, innovation, and inspiration. Each week, the lowest performing baker will be sent home — until only one is named Next Baking Master. 

Season three of Farmhouse Fixer premieres April 23 on HGTV. The series follows Jonathan Knight and his go-to designer Kristina Crestin, as they take on a slew of risky renovations. During the new episodes, the duo will renovate a lighthouse keeper’s home on a remote island, a former clam shack and a handful of 200-300-year-old farmhouses needing era period-appropriate remodels. 

The Steve Wilkos Show has been renewed for an 18th season. The syndicated series tackles issues such as relationship conflicts, family disputes, social issues and true crime. The show is hosted by Steve Wilkos, the straightforward, tough-talking former Chicago police officer and United States Marine. The series remains the second longest-running syndicated talk show in current production. 

Ariana DeBose will return as host for The 77th Annual Tony Awards, airing live June 16 on CBS and Paramount+. The 77th celebration will recognize all the award categories and honor the incredible artistry of the 2023-2024 season. The Tony Awards, which honor theater professionals for distinguished achievement on Broadway, are presented by the Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing and have been broadcast on CBS since 1978. CBS and Pluto TV will once again partner to present The Tony Awards: Act One, a pre-show of live, exclusive content leading into the live event. Nominations will be announced on April 30. 

PBS: America @ 250 is coming to PBS in Fall 2025. The six-part, twelve-hour series, which was written by Ken Burns’s long-time collaborator Geoffrey Ward, is about the people who lived through America’s founding struggle, their experiences over eight difficult years of wartime, and how they set out to imagine a new country. The series will interweave top-down accounts of American leaders and their loyalist and British counterparts with a range of perspectives from lesser-known soldiers and civilians – enslaved, free, and Native – who waged and witnessed the war. 

Big Mood premieres April 19 on Tubi. Best friends Maggie and Eddie have lived in each other’s pockets for ten years. But with the future looming, can their relationship survive?

Discovery Channel announced April premiere dates. The new season of Ghost Adventures: House Calls April 3. New series Mud Madness premieres April 9. The new season of Contraband: Seized at the Border premieres April 15. 

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

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