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Your TV Source Roundup: ABC Renews ‘9-1-1’ and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘My Hero Academia’ Premiere Date, ‘Bodkin’ Trailer, ‘My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman’ Premiere Date, ‘Going Home with Tyler Cameron’ Trailer, ‘High Hopes’ Trailer, and More!

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ABC has renewed 9-1-1 and Grey’s Anatomy for new seasons. 9-1-1 will return for season eight, its second on ABC. The series explores the high-pressure experiences of first responders – including police officers, firefighters and dispatchers – who are thrust into the most frightening, shocking and heart-stopping situations. These emergency responders must try to balance saving those who are at their most vulnerable with solving the problems in their own lives. Grey’s Anatomy will return for a 21st season. The series follows a team of doctors at Grey Sloan Memorial who are faced with life-or death decisions on a daily basis. They seek comfort from one another, and, at times, more than just friendship. Together they discover that neither medicine nor relationships can be defined in black and white.

My Hero Academia returns this spring on Crunchyroll starting with My Hero Academia: Memories April 6. The four episodes will look back at past moments with new scenes leading into the seventh season, premiering May 4. An English dub will also be released at a later date. 

Bodkin premieres May 9 on Netflix. The seven episode series is a dark comedic thriller about a motley crew of podcasters who set out to investigate the mysterious disappearance of three strangers in a quaint, coastal Irish town. But once they start pulling at threads, they discover a story much bigger and weirder than they could have ever imagined. As our heroes try to discern fact from fiction – about the case, about their colleagues, and, most painfully, themselves – the series challenges our perception of truth and exposes the stories we tell ourselves to justify our beliefs or validate our fears. 

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman returns with a special episode April 30 on Netflix. David Letterman interviews John Mulaney where Mulaney returns to his Chicago high school with David Letterman as they candidly discuss fatherhood, the life of stand-up comedy and addiction. Combining humor, curiosity and in-depth conversations with extraordinary people, the series has Letterman back in the host’s chair, following a 33-year reign in late night. 

Going Home with Tyler Cameron premieres on Prime Video April 18. The series stars reality TV star and former The Bachelorette heartthrob Tyler Cameron as he follows his dream of starting his own construction and home renovation company. After the sudden loss of his mother, Tyler moved back to his hometown, Jupiter, Florida, to reunite with his family and finally achieve his goal of launching his business, Image One. With the help of his team members – house-flipping expert, Robb Ritch, and Miami-based interior designer, Jessica Quintero – Tyler builds his company from the ground up, exceeding his clients’ expectations one home renovation at a time. As the projects get bigger, better and more complex, Tyler navigates the challenges of entrepreneurship, demonstrating his growth and resilience. Leaning on his tight-knit community for support, the series features appearances from familiar faces, including former Bachelor Nation stars Matt James, Rachael Kirkconnell, Jason Tartick, and even The Bachelorette who once captured his heart, Hannah Brown. With each episode ending in the exciting reveal of Image One’s latest stunning remodel, the season culminates in the most important undertaking of them all – turning the house that Tyler’s late mom left behind into the family home that she always dreamed of. 

High Hopes premieres on hulu April 20. The workplace reality series follows Belarus-born brothers Slava and Mishka, and their stoned crew through the trials and tribulations of taking their cannabis business to new heights. As one of the oldest cannabis dispensaries in Hollywood, MMD attracts a wild mix of weed-loving customers and is a home away from home for their OG employees who work hard and smoke harder! This season builds to their biggest day of the year – 4.20 – as the gang attempts to expand nationwide and release their own top-shelf cannabis brand. Will they find what they’re looking for or will their hopes go up in smoke? 

Game Show Network has greenlit three new strip series, Beat The Bridge, based on the popular UK format, to be hosted by Cameron Mathison and revived classic Tic Tac Dough hosted by the incomparable Brooke Burns. Both shows are scheduled to air this summer. Recently announced Flip Side hosted by Jaleel White is the new syndicated game show premiering in syndication and concurrently on Game Show Network this fall. 

Sherri has been renewed for a third season. The syndicated talk show hosted by Sherri Shepherd brings her inimitable, authentic and comedic perspective to daytime. She offers her comedic take on the day’s entertainment news, pop culture, and trending topics with the daytime audience. 

Gracie Lawrence has been cast in the upcoming third season of The Sex Lives of College Girls. Lawrence will be a series regular on the Max series following the departure of Reneé Rapp. 

Teri Polo has been cast on FBI: International. She will potentially appear beyond this season should the CBS series be renewed. 

The 82nd Annual Golden Globe Awards will air January 5, 2025 on CBS. Nominations for will be announced on December 9. The January 2025 broadcast begins a five-year deal to broadcast the awards show on CBS.  

Music Mayhem premieres on AXS TV April 15. The series cuts past the fame, glamour, and larger-than-life personas to shed light on the sordid landscape of rock n’ roll. The inaugural season presents 12 30-minute episodes, where a rotating panel of artists and experts share the gritty details behind some of rock’s most bitter feuds, crazy couples, inspiring redemption stories, unconventional collaborations, the 27 Club, and so much more. On hand to provide insight into each week’s subjects is a slate of industry insiders and aficionados, including fan-favorite music expert Matt Pinfield, music journalist Lyndsey Parker, and Vixen guitarist Britt Lightning, as well as TV and radio personalities Kat Corbett, Nicole Alvarez, Mayra Dias Gomes, Josh Bernstein, Caity Babs, Steve Covino, and Greg Beharrell, among others. 

CBS celebrates the 1,000th original episode of its global NCIS franchise, which officially falls on April 15 with the 464th episode of the flagship series, NCIS. The momentous milestone of the world’s #1 TV franchise includes counts of all the aired episodes of NCIS, NCIS: Hawai’i, NCIS: Sydney, NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans combined.

Season two of Jane premieres April 19 on Apple TV+. The five episode mission-driven series for kids and families is inspired by the work of world-renowned ethologist and conservationist, Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and a United Nations Messenger of Peace. Ava Louise Murchison stars as Jane Garcia, a 9-year-old budding environmentalist on a quest to save endangered animals. Using her powerful imagination, Jane takes her best friends David, played by Mason Blomberg, and Greybeard the chimpanzee on epic adventures to help protect wild animals all around the world because, according to her idol Dr. Jane Goodall: “Only if we understand, will we care. Only if we care, will we help. Only if we help, can they be saved.” 

Descendants: The Rise of Red premieres July 12 on Disney+. A special encore will then air August 9 on Disney Channel. The next installment in the mega-hit Descendants franchise features the teenage progeny of iconic Disney heroes and villains. The music-driven movie follows Red, the rebellious daughter of the Queen of Hearts, and Chloe, Cinderella’s perfectionist daughter. When the tyrannical Queen of Hearts incites a coup against Auradon, polar opposites Red and Chloe must join forces and travel back in time to undo the traumatic event that set Red’s mother down her villainous path. 

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

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