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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Renewed, ‘The Talk’ Ending, ‘Doctor Who’ Companions Announced, ‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’ Ending, ‘Blood of Zeus’ Trailer, Ryan Gosling Hosting ‘Saturday Night Live’, and More!

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Paramount+ has renewed Star Trek: Strange New Worlds for a fourth season. The renewal comes ahead of the third season. The series is based on the years Captain Christopher Pike manned the helm of the U.S.S. Enterprise. The series follows Captain Pike, Science Officer Spock, Number One and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, in the years before Captain Kirk boarded the starship, as they explore new worlds around the galaxy. 

CBS has renewed The Talk for a fifteenth and final season. The series will wrap up in December. The network is developing a new daytime soap which would follow the lives of a wealthy Black family in a posh, gated community. The series could potentially take over the timeslot. 

Season two of Doctor Who on Disney+ will feature two companions. Varada Sethu will join Millie Gibson. It was initially reported that Sethu would replace Gibson, but they will both star alongside Ncuti Gatwa as the Fifteenth Doctor. The series will premiere on Disney+ May 10 with two episodes. Season two will premiere in 2025. 

Paramount+ has announced that Star Trek: Lower Decks will be ending with the upcoming fifth season. The series is an animated comedy series that focuses on the support crew serving on one of Starfleet’s least important ships, the U.S.S. Cerritos. The crew residing in the “lower decks” of the U.S.S. Cerritos. 

Blood of Zeus premieres May 9 on Netflix. To escape the Underworld forever, Hades crafts a plan to claim Zeus’s crown for himself and reunite with his beloved Persephone as ruler of Olympus.

Ryan Gosling is hosting Saturday Night Live April 13. Chris Stapleton will serve as musical guest on the late night NBC series. 

Naked and Afraid XL returns May 12 on Discovery Channel. After successfully completing Naked and Afraid’s 21-day challenges, twelve brave survivalists up the ante when, for the first time ever, they attempt a grueling 40 days in the punishing Colombian badlands without food, water or clothes. 

Season two of My Mane Problem premieres April 25 on ALLBLK. A bad hairstyle can look, feel and be life-ruining, but celebrity stylist Dr. Boogie is back giving renewed hope and self-confidence to real people confronting very personal hair journeys. Season two features even more inspiring transformations, as the industry vet rescues clients struggling with deeply affecting hair trauma. These eight new, half-hour episodes chronicle real people confronting challenges such as chemical burns, traction alopecia, balding due to extensions and wigs, and much more. From empowering individuals to embrace their natural hair to restoring confidence in those struggling with hair-related trauma, every episode promises to be a testament to the transformative power of self-love and acceptance. 

The Ultimatum: South Africa premieres May 10 on Netflix. A six-way partner-swap sparks wild attractions and tearful betrayals. Participants choose whom to love and leave in this heart-pounding experiment.

The English dub of I Was Reincarnated as the 7th Prince so I Can Take My Time Perfecting My Magical Ability premieres on Crunchyroll April 15. The study of magic requires aptitude, effort, and the right bloodline. One sorcerer loved magic, despite lacking the bloodline and aptitude for it, and died wishing he’d spent more time studying in life. He reawakens as Lloyd, the seventh prince of the Kingdom of Saloum, with all his previous memories intact. Blessed with a strong magical bloodline, he uses his gifts to master the study of magic.

Goodbye Earth premieres April 26 on Netflix. The world is in utter chaos with only 200 days left until an asteroid collides with Earth, but some remain determined to make the most of each remaining day and their humanity to the very end in this Netflix series. 

TMZ Presents: Arnold & Sly: Rivals, Friends, Icons will air April 23 on Fox. TMZ exclusively sits down with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone as they discuss for the first time how their once-fierce rivalry led to two Hollywood icons forever being friends and brothers in arms.

The first three seasons of Black Butler are now available on Crunchyroll. The new season Black Butler -Public School Arc- will premiere April 13 on Crunchyroll as well. 

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

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