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Josh Brolin returns as host of Saturday Night Live March 9. Musical guest Ariana Grande will also return to the late night NBC series. 

Season five of The Kardashians premieres May 23 on hulu. Just when you think life can’t get any faster in the Kardashian Jenner family, they punch it into overdrive. From the big screen to baby bliss, the family continues to defy expectations in all their endeavors. Cameras roll as Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall, and Kylie navigate contentious sister dynamics, all under the watchful eye of everyone’s favorite matriarch, Kris. 

Starz has ordered docuseries Down in the Valley, inspired by the series P-Valley. Hosted by Nicco Annan, the six episode series will pull back the curtain on the surprising but always intriguing people and places that make the Deep South a place where anything can happen and usually does. 

The Demon Slayer: Entertainment District Arc finale will air on Toonami March 23 at 12:30 with a 45 minute episode. The rest of the night’s lineup will be pushed by 15 minutes. Lycoris Recoil will air at 1:15, One Piece at 1:45, Naruto: Shippuden at 2:15, repeat episodes of Dragon Ball Z Kai at 2:45, and the English sub of Ninja Kamui at 3:15. The following week, on March 30, the lineup will return to their regular timeslots with the broadcast debut of Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead at 12:30, replacing Demon Slayer. Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead previously streamed on Netflix, hulu and Crunchyroll. 

Docuseries Black Twitter: A People’s History premieres May 9 on hulu. The six episode series explores the influence of Black Twitter and charts the rise, the movements, the voices and the memes that made Black Twitter an influential and dominant force in nearly every aspect of American political and cultural life. Appearing in the series are TJ Adeshola, W. Kamau Bell, Roxane Gay, Jemele Hill, Kid Fury, April Reign, Amanda Seales and more.

Max Greenfield, Uche Agada and Dane DiLiegro have been cast in Netflix’s untitled Mindy Kaling basketball series. They join stars Kate Hudson, Brenda Song, Drew Tarver and Scott MacArthur. When a scandal forces her brother to resign, Isla Gordon is appointed President of the Los Angeles Waves, one of the most storied professional basketball franchises, and her family business. Ambitious and often overlooked, Isla will have to prove to her skeptical brothers, the board, and the larger sports community that she was the right choice for the job, especially in the unpredictable, male-dominated world of sports. 

Brandon T. Jackson and Lela Rochon, including Ben Stephens, Pooch Hall, Quincy Brown, David Banner, Yvette Nicole Brown, Orlando Jones, Nicole Galicia, Erica Hubbard, Sarah Carter, Stan Shaw, Bernnadette Stanis, Nayirah Teshali, Sacaiha Shaw, Jenson Atwood, AzMarie Livingston, Deric Augustine, Kayla Nicole and Nicholas Turturro have been cast in BET+’s The Family Business New Orleans. The new series is a spinoff of drama series Carl Weber’s The Family Business. 

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

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