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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Sweet Tooth’ Trailer, ‘Shoresy’ Trailer, ‘Walker’ Canceled, ‘Ugliest House in America’ Renewed, Holly Hunter Joins ‘Star Trek: Starfleet Academy’, ‘Primo’ Canceled, and More!

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The third and final season of Sweet Tooth premieres June 6 on Netflix. Having defeated General Abbot in the battle at Pubba’s Cabin, Gus, Jepperd, Becky, and Wendy embark on a journey to Alaska in search of Gus’s mother, Birdie, who has been working to uncover the mysterious origins of the deadly Sick. Along the way, they are joined by Dr. Singh, who may have his own dangerous beliefs about Gus and his role in reversing the virus. Meanwhile, a new threat emerges in the form of Helen Zhang, her daughter Rosie, and the ferocious Wolf Boys, who seek to restart human birth and view Gus as the solution to their plans. As they navigate through perilous terrain, Gus and his group of friends find refuge at the Outpost in Alaska, where they meet a new ensemble of characters including Siana and her hybrid daughter Nuka. With the clock to find answers running out, alliances are tested and destinies intertwine, all leading to a thrilling climax that will determine the fate of humanity and hybrids.

Season three of Shoresy premieres June 21 on hulu. Foul-mouthed, chirp-serving, mother-loving, fan favorite Letterkenny character, Shoresy joins the Sudbury Bulldogs of the Northern Ontario Senior Hockey Organization (aka The NOSHO) on a quest to never lose again.

The CW has canceled Walker after four seasons. Star Jared Padalecki confirmed the series demise following reports that sets were beginning to be torn down. The series followed Texas Ranger Cordell Walker, living by his own moral code, who continued to navigate romance, fatherhood, and his law enforcement career as secrets from his past threaten the life he has built.

HGTV has renewed Ugliest House in America for a sixth season. The network also ordered a new Halloween themed spinoff series Scariest House in America. Ugliest House in America follows Retta as she goes cross-country to tour properties nominated by homeowners who think their place is among the nation’s worst. In every episode, she shares her hilarious hot takes of the stunningly bad designs, cringe-worthy layouts and sorely outdated styles. Based on its ugly appearance, poor functionality and hideous design choices, one house is crowned the “ugliest house in America” by HGTV and receives a stunning $150,000 renovation by HGTV star Alison Victoria. The new season will premiere in 2025. In Scariest House in America, HGTV will expand on the popular format, adding special spine-tingling elements that embrace the spirit of Halloween. During three frightfully fun, half-hour episodes, Retta will travel to homes in various U.S. regions, including the Spooky South, Nightmare Northeast and Mysterious Midwest, where she will tour terrifying properties that owners say are haunted by scary stories and hair-raising sights. The home deemed the “scariest” of them all will also get a renovation revival by designer Alison Victoria in a one-hour season finale episode. Scariest House in America is slated to premiere in October.

Holly Hunter will star in the upcoming Paramount+ series Star Trek: Starfleet Academy. Hunter will play the captain and chancellor of Starfleet Academy. The series will follow the adventures of a new class of Starfleet cadets as they come of age in one of the most legendary places in the galaxy. It introduces viewers to a young group of cadets who come together to pursue a common dream of hope and optimism. Under the watchful and demanding eyes of their instructors, they discover what it takes to become Starfleet officers as they navigate blossoming friendships, explosive rivalries, first loves and a new enemy that threatens both the Academy and the Federation itself. 

Big sigh. Amazon Freevee has canceled the underrated and hilarious comedy series Primo after one season. The coming-of-age, single-camera comedy, inspired by creator Shea Serrano’s life growing up in San Antonio, TX, follows Rafa Gonzales, a wide-eyed 16-year-old being raised by his clever mother, Drea, and his five overbearing uncles (Rollie, Mike, Ryan, Jay, and Mondo) as they live their lives on the southside of San Antonio. Rafa is at an inflection point, as three big life moments coincide: he and his friends are nearing the end of high school; he’s pretty sure he just met the girl of his dreams; and he just found out he has a real chance to become the first person in his family to go to college. Over the course of the series, the group – Rafa, his mom, uncles, friends, and crush – will all affect each other and help one another grow in ways they weren’t expecting, whether they like it or not. 

Netflix has renewed comedy series Tires for a second season. The renewal comes ahead of the series premiere May 23. Will, the nervous and unqualified heir to an auto repair chain, attempts to turn his father’s business around despite constant torture from his cousin and now employee, Shane. The second season will premiere in 2025. 

CTV has canceled The Spencer Sisters after one season. The series aired on The CW in the US. The lighthearted procedural followed mystery novelist Victoria Spencer and her daughter Darby Spencer who are mistaken as sisters as they tackle puzzling cases.

India de Beaufort is exiting NBC’s Night Court after two seasons. The revival series will return for a third season in the fall. 

The final batch of English dub episodes of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations will be released on August 13. The episodes will be available on the 18th set of home release, available to preorder now. 

Season three of Industry premieres August 11 on HBO. As Pierpoint looks to the future and takes a big bet on ethical investing, Yasmin, Robert, and Eric find themselves front and center in the splashy IPO of Lumi, a green tech energy company led by Henry Muck, in a story that runs all the way to the very top of finance, media, and government. Since leaving Pierpoint, Harper is eager to get back into the addictive thrill of finance and finds an unlikely partner in FutureDawn portfolio manager Petra Koenig.

Maxwell Simkins and Barrett Margolis have been cast in ABC’s comedy pilot Shifting Gears. They join Tim Allen and Kat Dennings in the multicamera project. 

Apple TV+ has acquired the second season of Drops of God. Camille and Issei once again face a nearly impossible challenge: to uncover the origin of the world’s most wonderful wine, a secret that even Alexandre Léger failed to unlock. Through a series of trials and tests, their quest will take them to far-flung corners of the globe, forcing them to face their inner demons and changing them forever. 

Crime thriller The Victims’ Game returns for season two June 21 on Netflix. The new season unfolds with a series of unexpected and suspenseful murder cases linked to an incident 15 years ago. The compelling series explores the complex yet highly relatable themes in human relationships, including the importance of belonging and the value of life. 

The 67th Annual Grammy Awards will air February 2, live from Arena in Los Angeles on CBS. Nominations will be announced November 8. 

Season two of Perfect Match premieres June 7 on Netflix. Hosted by Nick Lachey, in the new season, 22 new singles from across Netflix’s unscripted series are back in the search for love. They will couple up and test their romantic relationships through compatibility challenges. Winning couples gain power in the game to bring in new singles to match with their castmates – setting up potential love matches or stirring trouble in paradise as they compete to be the strongest couple at the villa, crowned the Perfect Match. 

The Marlow Murder Club premieres October 27 on PBS. Based on the novels by Robert Thorogood, when murder strikes the quiet riverside town of Marlow, retired archaeologist Judith Potts, feels compelled to solve the whodunnit at hand. As Potts begins to uncover a series of puzzling clues, she comes to rely on the help of other local women to investigate the case: Suzie Harris, a local dog walker and empty nester; Becks Starling, an unfulfilled vicar’s wife; and DS Tanika Malik. 

Marlon Wayans: Good Grief premieres June 4 on Prime Video. They say comedy is the best therapy. 

Season two of Worst Roommate Ever premieres June 26 on Netflix. The series highlights harrowing tales of seemingly harmless roommates turning into real-life nightmares for their unsuspecting victims when their malevolent and sometimes violent intentions are revealed. These unsettling true stories chronicle the masked menace that can be lurking right down the hall. 

Docuseries Ren Faire premieres June 2 on HBO. For half a century, 86-year-old George Coulam, known to his employees as King George, has reigned with an iron fist over the Texas Renaissance Festival, the largest such “faire” in the world. He has power, as the elected mayor of the town he incorporated. He has glory, as the undisputed employer and self-proclaimed ruler of thousands. He has vast wealth, as the majority shareholder of the festival. Now, he is ready to give it all up and spend the last years of his life in the quest for a romantic companion. But before he retires, George will finally choose which of his longtime employees will take his crown. 

Natural history series Mammals will premiere on BBC America July 13. Presented by Sir David Attenborough, the series reveals how mammals have conquered the Earth, uncovering the secrets to their success with their winning design, incredible adaptability, unrivalled intelligence, and unique sociability. Over six episodes and a behind-the-scenes special, viewers will get to see how mammals have taken advantage of every major environment on earth. They are found in every ocean, and on every continent, from frozen wildernesses, dense jungles, baking deserts, even the dark depths of the open ocean and the skies above our forests.

My Lady Jane premieres June 27 with all eight episodes on Prime Video. Inspired by the best-selling book, the series is a radical retelling of English royal history, in which King Henry VIII’s son Edward does not die of tuberculosis, Lady Jane Grey is not beheaded, and neither is her rascal of a husband Guildford. At the center of this swashbuckling new series is the brilliant and headstrong Jane, who is shocked to be crowned queen overnight and finds herself the target of nefarious villains coming for the crown (and her head)… it is an epic tale of true love and high adventure. 

Docuseries How Music Got Free premieres June 11 on Paramount+. The series details the fascinating, and often funny, inside story of the technology-driven disruption that changed music during the late-90s and early-2000s. File sharing technology, combined with the insatiable demand for new music, created both the means and the motive for millions of young people to participate in outright theft – and be celebrated for it. An unbelievable story of cunning, illegality, celebrity, and innovation, these are the events that changed the music industry forever. Narrated by Method Man, the series features interviews with Eminem, 50 Cent, Timbaland, Jimmy Iovine, Rocsi Diaz, Rhymefest, Steve Stoute and more. 

Up for Debate: The Evolution of Sports Media is now streaming on ESPN+. The series delves into the evolution of sports talk debate programming across seven decades-from Howard Cosell to Stephen A. Smith to Cam’Ron-and explores how sports discourse arrived at this moment, why it’s here now, and where it’s going next. 

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

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