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Your TV Source Roundup: First Look at Liam Hemsworth in ‘The Witcher’, ‘Presumed Innocent’ Trailer, ‘Camden’ Premiere Date, ‘Emperor of Ocean Park’ Trailer, ‘My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman’ Premiere Date, and More!

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Season four of The Witcher is coming soon to Netflix. We have gotten our first look at Liam Hemsworth as Geralt of Rivia. After the shocking, Continent-altering events that close out season three, the new season follows Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri who are faced with traversing the war-ravaged Continent and its many demons apart from each other. If they can embrace and lead the groups of misfits they find themselves in, they have a chance of surviving the baptism of fire and finding one another again. 

Presumed Innocent premieres on Apple TV+ June 12 with the first two episodes. Based on the novel of the same name by Scott Turow, the gripping eight episode limited series takes viewers on a journey through the horrific murder that upends the Chicago Prosecuting Attorney’s office when one of its own is suspected of a crime. The series explores obsession, sex, politics and the power and limits of love, as the accused fights to hold his family and marriage together. 

Camden premieres May 29 on hulu. Set in London’s beating heart of music, the series reveals the untold stories of how the lives and careers of some of the world’s most iconic artists were influenced by this corner of London. Through archive footage, observational filming and interviews, we will experience Camden’s rich history. Hearing from world renowned musicians as they relive their Camden experiences; from their very first gigs to sell out concerts, the highs & lows of nights out and a youth spent discovering music. It features the world’s biggest pop acts alongside Dua Lipa, including Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Noel Gallagher, Little Simz, Yungblud, Questlove, Pete Doherty and Carl Barat of The Libertines, Mark Ronson, Nile Rodgers, Boy George, Suggs from Madness, Black Eyed Peas, Soul II Soul’s Jazzie B, Chuck D, Eliza Rose, Lauren Laverne and Sister Bliss from Faithless. 

Emperor of Ocean Park premieres July 14 on MGM+. The series is set in the worlds of politics, elite academia, and the beaches of Martha’s Vineyard. It follows Talcott Garland, an esteemed law professor whose quiet life is shattered when his father, Judge Oliver Garland, dies of an apparent heart attack. The nature of the judge’s death is questioned by Tal’s sister, Mariah, a former journalist and inveterate conspiracy theorist, who believes that the judge, a failed Black nominee to the Supreme Court, met with foul play. 

Season five of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman premieres June 12 on Netflix. Combining humor, curiosity and in-depth conversations with extraordinary people, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman has Letterman back in the host’s chair, following a 33-year reign in late night. This season, Letterman interviews Charles Barkely and Miley Cyrus.

Rachael Ray in Tuscany premieres June 24 on FYI with back to back episodes. Rachael Ray brings you her mouth-watering Italian specialties from her very own kitchen in her Tuscan villa, utilizing the best local ingredients from the region with her own personal twists.

Disney+ has officially ordered a new series based on the Marvel character Vision. The series will premiere in 2026. Paul Bettany will reprise his role last seen in Disney+’s Wandavision. 

Production on Netflix’s The Abandons has begun. As a group of diverse, outlier families pursue their Manifest Destiny in 1850s Oregon, a corrupt force of wealth and power, coveting their land, tries to force them out. These abandoned souls, the kind of lost souls living on the fringe of society, unite their tribes to form a family and fight back. In this bloody process, “justice” is stretched beyond the boundaries of the law. The series will explore that fine line between survival and law, the consequences of violence, and the corrosive power of secrets, as this family fights to keep their land. 

ESPN and TNT Sports have reached a five-year agreement for TNT Sports to sublicense select College Football Playoff (CFP) games from ESPN, beginning with the upcoming college football season. TNT Sports will present two first-round College Football Playoff games during the 2024 and 2025 seasons. In addition to the first-round games, TNT Sports will add two quarterfinal games each year -beginning with the 2026 season through the 2028 season. TNT will be the primary network televising the sublicensed CFP games, among additional TNT Sports distribution platforms. ESPN will present all other College Football Playoff games on its networks including the annual CFP National Championship Game. ESPN will also continue to manage the sponsorship program for the presentation of the CFP. 

FOX College Football Friday’s lineup features highly anticipated matchups across the Big Ten, Big 12 and Mountain West conferences. The primetime airing will showcase elite college football, Friday nights on FOX throughout the fall.

What If… ? – An Immersive Story, the first-ever interactive Disney+ Original story, will be released May 30, exclusively on Apple Vision Pro as a free app for a limited time. The groundbreaking mixed reality experience sees fans step into the leading role of an hour-long, narrative-driven journey where they will meet variants from across the Multiverse, harness the power of the Infinity Stones, and be faced with reality-defining choices. It is connected to the critically acclaimed Disney+ Original animated series What If… ?. 

Music competition reality series Deb’s House premieres June 14 on WE tv. Deb Antney is on a mission to uncover and shape the future of female rap talent. Armed with 25 years of industry wisdom and the help of her colleagues, including L. Londell McMillan, Esq. from The Source magazine, along with media personality and Hot 97’s TT Torrez as guest judges, Antney identifies eight up-and-coming artists to move into Deb’s House and compete to become her next rap protégé. Beyond seeking exceptional lyricism, Ms. Deb is seeking women with unwavering dedication and the willingness to make sacrifices on the road to hip-hop stardom. Completely stripped down to their raw potential, the competition unfolds as a fierce test of sisterhood, resilience, and talent, where only the most tenacious can be crowned as Ms. Deb’s “chosen one.” 

Season four of Love Is Blind Brazil: A Fresh Start premieres June 19 on Netflix. This reality show features participants who are looking for true love for the second time in their lives. But, in this case, they will choose their future partners without meeting them in person.

Sin City Tow premieres June 18 on Discovery Channel. A group of tow truck drivers roam the bustling streets of Las Vegas amidst car crashes, angry drivers and unhinged revelers – working to clean up the mess while raking in the money. Every tow is an opportunity for a payday but could also turn into a tense face-off when those down on their luck see their ride getting towed. Nearly every tow job promises to be a spectacle, including towing Elvis impersonators or getting paid in casino chips. It’s true that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas…and sometimes the thing that stays is your car. 

Chopper Cops premieres June 18 on Paramount+. The series showcases Marion County Sheriff’s Department’s secret weapon: state-of-the-art helicopters manned by elite police pilots. Known as Air One, these chopper cops, who operate 24 hours a day and seven days a week, are equipped with high-tech infrared cameras and augmented-reality mapping capabilities that allow police on the ground to see in the dark and locate the bad guys. As Sheriff Billy Woods’ “eye in the sky,” they detect where perpetrators are running and hiding and whether they’re armed; they essentially guide the SWAT team with vital, instantaneous information that could separate life from death. 

D-Day: The Unheard Tapes premieres June 6 on The History Channel. On June 6, 1944, around 156,000 Allied troops landed in Normandy, a critical event that would alter the outcome of World War II. Hundreds of thousands of young men and women were involved in this pivotal chapter in World War II, and many of their stories have remained untold until now. Across four hours the docuseries features extraordinary historical recordings of those who experienced it first-hand. It draws on rare and previously unheard tapes discovered in archives around the world to tell the captivating and powerful story of the largest seaborne invasion in history and the bloody battle that followed, in which some 73,000 Allied forces lost their lives. Adopting an innovative approach in storytelling, young actors, cast to resemble the interviewees at the time of the war, lip-sync the original testimony to recall moments of bravery, fear, chaos, and confusion. These revealing memories are interwoven with immersive documentary-style dramatic recreations that tell the story of D-Day as it’s never been told before. 

Jo Koy: Live from Brooklyn premieres June 4 on Netflix. Jo Koy returns to Netflix in typical style, sharing his unfiltered opinions on social media, aging and moving into a new phase of his life; his zaddy phase. The special was filmed at the historic King’s Theatre in Brooklyn, NY. 

SpongeBob SquarePants (voiced by Tom Kenny) and Patrick Star (voiced by Bill Fagerbakke) are set to host the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2024, live from their undersea home of Bikini Bottom on July 13, at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT). The Slime-filled, immersive broadcast marks the first time animated characters will host a full-length awards show and commences an array of multiplatform initiatives for one of the most popular characters and beloved animated series of all time. 

His name is Henry Creel… and this theatrical experience is not normal. Secure your tickets today to see Stranger Things: The First Shadow live on stage at the Phoenix Theatre, London. With some of the groundbreaking theatrical special effects teased on film for the first time, the show announces an extension into 2025 at the Phoenix Theatre. Hawkins, 1959: a regular town with regular worries. Young Jim Hopper’s car won’t start, Bob Newby’s sister won’t take his radio show seriously and Joyce Maldonado just wants to graduate and get the hell out of town. When new student Henry Creel arrives, his family finds that a fresh start isn’t so easy… and the shadows of the past have a very long reach. 

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

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