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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Hannah Einbinder: Everything Must Go’ Premiere Date, ‘The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse’ Trailer, ‘Goosebumps’ Adds Cast, The CW Sets Returns Dates, Netflix Live Boxing Event Postponed, and More!

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Comedy special Hannah Einbinder: Everything Must Go premieres June 13 on Max. Hannah Einbinder takes the stage at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles for her first stand-up special. Holding a rapt audience in the palm of her hand, Einbinder debuts a variety of characters including the sun, moon, and earth and shares hilariously, formative stories from throughout her life including the lengths her parents went to for a son (only to have her instead), her failed attempts at meditation, and the divine intervention experienced at her grandmother’s funeral. The comedian also gets candid about being queer, her faith, climate change, and her stoner roots in this unpredictable and highly funny debut comedy hour. 

The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse Season 1 Part 2 premieres June 27 on Netflix. A kind young boy named Percival lives with his grandfather in a remote area called “the Finger of God” – but the world would not allow this peace to last. An encounter with a mysterious knight changes Percival’s destiny and reveals a startling secret, causing him to set out on an endless journey. Whether you are familiar with “The Seven Deadly Sins” or not, everyone can enjoy this exhilarating fantasy adventure long-awaited by the whole world!

Arjun Athalye, Stony Blyden, Sakina Jaffrey, Eloise Payet, Christopher Paul Richards and Kyra Tantao have joined the cast of Goosebumps. They will recur in the second season of the Disney+ series. The new story begins with Devin and Cece, fraternal twins adjusting to life with their recently divorced dad, Anthony. When the duo discovers a threat stirring, they quickly realize that dark secrets are among them, triggering a chain of events that unravel a profound mystery. As they delve into the unknown, Devin, Cece and their friends – Alex, CJ and Frankie – find themselves entangled in the chilling tale of four teenagers who mysteriously vanished in 1994. 

The CW has set return dates for Masters of Illusion and World’s Funniest Animals. Both series will premiere their new seasons June 20. Two repeat episodes of The Conners will air before. 

Netflix has postponed its live boxing match which was set to air July 20. The match was between Jake Paul and Mike Tyson. The delay is due to Mike Tyson’s recent health issues. A new date will be announced soon. 

Romantic Anonymous will premiere on Netflix in 2025. Based on the French film Les Émotifs anonymes, the series promises a delightful blend of romance and humor. The story kicks off with a chance encounter between a man and a woman sparked by their mutual love for chocolate. The catch? Both live with their own anxiety disorders. The man can’t physically touch others, while the woman can’t make eye contact, making their budding relationship both challenging and endearing. 

Warner Bros. is developing a series based on the 300 film. The series will potentially be a prequel to the original film. 

Thai series Master of the House premieres July 18 on Netflix. The series is a thrilling exploration of human ambition and the extremes people will go to to fulfill their desires. The series vividly portrays drama in the distinctive style of Thai soap operas, or “lakorn,” enhanced by premium production quality and intense on-screen confrontations between rising stars and legendary actors. 

Theo and Nathan Saidden will bring back their iconic Superwog characters for a new standalone Netflix series, Son of a Donkey. We meet Theo just as he moves out of his home to claim his independence – until he’s faced with the harsh realities of adulthood. From driving fines and daddy issues to internet scams and a lot of therapy, Theo and his best friend Johnny get up to their usual antics as they come to terms with what’s most important: family. 

This summer, PBS will have audiences dusting off their detective hats and trying on their “roaring 20s'” attire, as familiar faces return and new characters emerge in mysteries with shocking revelations and unexpected twists. New seasons of Professor T, Grantchester on Masterpiece, and D.I. Ray premiere June 16. Cobra: Rebellion returns July 25. Hotel Portofino premieres July 28. 

Barbie Mysteries: The Great Horse Chase will premiere on Netflix this fall. The series follows Barbie “Brooklyn” Roberts and Barbie “Malibu” Roberts as they embark on a new adventure vacation of a lifetime: a trip to the English countryside to visit Lady Carson, Ken’s aunt and owner of cherished horses Tornado and Pepper. Before Barbie and Barbie can take in the sights, their plans are immediately derailed by the brazen theft of the prized jumping horses and a diamond-encrusted saddle worth millions of dollars. Suddenly, everyone is a suspect. To clear their names and rescue the beloved horses, Barbie and Barbie embark on a journey across Europe, chasing clues and suspects to reclaim what was stolen and save the day. Jam packed with mystery, intrigue, and horses, kids and parents alike are sure to love Barbie’s newest adventure. 

The film Air will make its broadcast debut on ABC June 11. The film reveals the unbelievable game-changing partnership between a then-rookie Michael Jordan and Nike’s fledgling basketball division which revolutionized the world of sports and contemporary culture with the Air Jordan brand. This moving story follows the career-defining gamble of an unconventional team with everything on the line, the uncompromising vision of a mother who knows the worth of her son’s immense talent, and the basketball phenom who would become the greatest of all time. 

Max amplifies Pride Month with uplifting LGBTQ+ storytelling, partnerships, and more. Throughout the month, Max will be updating the LGBTQ+ Voices page with fresh new curations including “Presenting with Pride,” “Pride in Every Story,” “Beyond the Binary,” and “Queer Film Club,” custom artwork, and more to celebrate Pride Month globally. Max’s Human By Orientation will host an official “House of Drag” viewing party on the premiere night of the second season of House Of The Dragon. Max will also activate both virtual and in-person community screenings of LGBTQ+ titles, further amplifying the voices and stories of the queer community. 

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

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