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Ripley premieres on Netflix April 4. The limited series is based on the “Tom Ripley” novels by Patricia Highsmith. Tom Ripley, a grifter scraping by in early 1960s New York, is hired by a wealthy man to travel to Italy to try to convince his vagabond son to return home. Tom’s acceptance of the job is the first step into a complex life of deceit, fraud and murder. 

Season two of American Rust: Broken Justice premieres on Prime Video March 28. The series takes us back to the fictional small town of Buell, Pennsylvania. Del Harris and Grace Poe try to rebuild their lives after the harrowing events of Season One. Season Two picks up with a string of seemingly unrelated murders, hinting at a much larger conspiracy that threatens everyone in this small, tight-knit town. Based on Philipp Meyer’s novel of the same name, the first season of American Rust premiered on Showtime, exploring the tattered American Dream in a Rust Belt town in southwest Pennsylvania through the eyes of police chief Del Harris. Harris becomes compromised when the son of the woman he loves is accused of murder, and he is forced to decide what he’s willing to do to protect him. 

True crime docuseires Homicide: New York will premiere on Netflix March 20. The series from Dick Wolf brings to life five of New York’s most notorious murder cases by following the detectives and prosecutors that cracked them. Homicide: Los Angeles will premiere later in 2024. Both series will consist of five episodes each. 

Taylor Swift – The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) will now premiere a day earlier on Disney+, March 14 at 6:00pm PT. The concert film will include the song “cardigan” and four additional acoustic songs. 

Season two of Physical: 100 premieres March 19 on Netflix. Returning with 100 new contestants to claim the honor of the ultimate physique, this fiery global competition takes the challenges to new heights.

Austin Stowell has been cast as young Leroy Jethro Gibbs in the new drama NCIS: Origins. The series is the newest chapter in the NCIS franchise, exploring Gibbs’ early years. Narrated by Mark Harmon, the new series begins in 1991, years prior to the events of NCIS, and follows a young Leroy Jethro Gibbs. In the series, Gibbs starts his career as a newly minted special agent at the fledgling NIS Camp Pendleton office where he forges his place on a gritty, ragtag team led by NCIS legend Mike Franks. 

Crime Scene Kitchen has been renewed for a third season on Fox. Joel McHale will return as host with chef Curtis Stone and cake artist Yolanda Gampp returning as celebrity judges. In the culinary guessing game, bakers must decode and decipher what type of dessert was made with only crumbs, food trails and humorous hints as clues, and then teams must recreate the tasty treat, attempting to best capture its original form and flavor in order to win a $100,000 grand prize. 

Kumail Nanjiani has joined the cast of Only Murders in the Building. He will appear in the upcoming fourth season of the hulu series. 

Omar Metwally, Amirah Vann, Jon Ecker and Anya Banerjee have been cast in Fox’s upcoming medical drama series Doc as series regulars. Scott Wolf and Patrick Walker will also recur. They join previously announced series regular Molly Parker. 

Christian Kane is set to reprise the role of Jacob Stone in the upcoming The Librarians spinoff series The Librarians: The Next Chapter. He will recur in The CW series which stars Jessica Green. 

The complete series of Sex and the City will begin streaming on Netflix April 1. Sarah Jessica Parker stars in HBO’s hit series about a thirty-something writer whose life and friendships are fodder for her weekly column.

Patton Oswalt will host Fox’s The 1% Club. The series is a unique, compelling and funny entertainment show that tests the nation’s intelligence, based on a scientific survey. It’s a chance to test how your brain works through a series of questions that all have a right answer but can also lead to a series of entertaining wrong answers along the way. Whether you’re a contestant vying for the cash prize or a viewer playing with your friends and family on the app, answer enough questions correctly, and you could earn yourself a place in the 1% Club: an elite group of people who can honestly say they’ve outwitted 99% of the population. 

The full cast of Lena Dunham’s upcoming Netflix series Too Much has been announced. Joining previously announced leads Megan Stalter and Will Sharpe are Adele Exarchopoulos, Adwoa Aboah, Andrew Rannells, Daisy Bevan, Dean-Charles Chapman, Emily Ratajkowski, Janicza Bravo, Kaori Momoi, Leo Reich, Michael Zegen, Prasanna Puwanarajah, Rhea Perlman, Richard E. Grant, Rita Wilson, and Stephen Fry. Jessica is a New York workaholic in her mid-thirties, reeling from a broken relationship that she thought would last forever and slowly isolating everyone she knows. When every block in New York tells a story of her own bad behaviour, the only solution is to take a job in London, where she plans to live a life of solitude like a Bronte sister. But when she meets Felix – a walking series of red flags – she finds that their unusual connection is impossible to ignore, even as it creates more problems than it solves. Now they have to ask themselves: do Americans and Brits actually speak the same language?

The Real Full Monty is an all-new two-hour special in which a daring group of male celebrities will volunteer to bare all to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer testing and research. FOX’s all-new special is based on the international unscripted format with hit versions in the U.K., France and The Netherlands and will premiere on FOX later this year. 

New seasons of Norwegian drama series Pørni are coming to Netflix. Season 4 & 5 will launch later on Netflix, while season 1-3 is now available. The series is a joyful, heartwarming, and relatable series with a dash of humor and, not least, chaos. The Norwegian series revolves around the middle-aged single mother Pernille, also known as “Pørni,” who fumbles through everyday life with three teenagers while caring for her aging father and navigating a job within child care and faces relatable challenges aplenty. In season four, it has been two years, and spring is approaching. Pørni is in a new relationship and enjoying a somewhat stable life – by Pørni’s standards. However, when Bjørnar moves back to Oslo and takes over Yngvar’s old chief position, life takes an unexpected turn. Can they go back to being friends and colleagues with the history they share? 

The 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards air April 1 on Fox. Justin Timberlake, Green Day, TLC, Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson, Tate McRae and more are set to perform. The Awards Show will also features a special musical tribute to this year’s iHeartRadio Icon Award recipient Cher. 

Keltie Knight has been promoted to co-host of E! News beginning March 4. Knight previously served as E! News chief correspondent covering Hollywood events and red carpets for the nightly entertainment news show. E! News airs Monday-Thursday at 11 p.m. ET/PT on E! 

Fox has announced premiere dates for its summer lineup. I Can See Your Voice and Don’t Forget The Lyrics premiere May 16. Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars premieres May 22. Beat Shazam and The Quiz With Balls premiere May 28. MasterChef premieres May 29. Name That Tune premieres June 3. Additional summer programming to be announced. Jamie Foxx will make his return as host of the hit interactive music game show Beat Shazam alongside his daughter Corinne Foxx, who will return as co-host and deejay. Gordon Ramsay will face-off against celebrated restauranteur and reality TV giant Lisa Vanderpump in head-to-head competition as they recruit, mentor and grill America’s most exciting food and beverage industry entrepreneurs. 

Queen of Tears premieres March 9 on Netflix. The queen of department stores and the prince of supermarkets weather a marital crisis – until love miraculously begins to bloom again.

Season five of Never Seen Again premieres on Paramount+ March 12. The true crime series tells the story of someone who vanishes into thin air, leaving behind a trail of evidence but often no smoking gun. It untangles every possible theory, following each twist, turn and red herring, taking the viewer on a suspenseful detective journey that lands on one final question… can you solve this case? 

From Dreams to Tragedy: The Fire that Shook Brazilian Football (O Ninho: Futebol e Tragédia) premieres March 14 on Netflix. Why did the fire happen? This is one of the questions that punctuate the documentary miniseries. After a tragic event at a youth football facility, grieving families demand answers and justice from Brazil’s most popular team.

Dinner Party Diaries with Jose Andres premieres on Prime Video March 19. 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. 

Hot Wheels Let’s Race premieres March 4 on Netflix. Based on the number-one selling toy in the world, the high-octane series ignites and unlocks the challenger spirit within every racer! The series follows the newest generation of racers as they experience mind-blowing races, extreme stunt contests, and thrill-seeking challenges. 

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

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