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The CW has renewed All American for a seventh season of thirteen episodes and Penn & Teller: Fool Us for an eleventh season. The network also picked up the fourth season of The Chosen. The new season will premiere September 1. 

American Gladiators is returning, this time on Prime Video. The series will once again see a team of Gladiators compete against a brave set of Contenders in the ultimate test of speed and strength. The new show will include classics like “Gauntlet,” “Hang Tough,” and the ultimate challenge “The Eliminator,” as well as some brand-new challenges. 

Bridgerton season three part two will premiere on Netflix June 13. The season sees Penelope Featherington finally giving up on her long-held crush on Colin Bridgerton after hearing his disparaging words about her last season. She has, however, decided it’s time to take a husband, preferably one who will provide her with enough independence to continue her double life as Lady Whistledown, far away from her mother and sisters. But lacking in confidence, Penelope’s attempts on the marriage mart fail spectacularly. Meanwhile, Colin has returned from his summer travels with a new look and a serious sense of swagger. But he’s disheartened to realize that Penelope, the one person who always appreciated him as he was, is giving him the cold shoulder. Eager to win back her friendship, Colin offers to mentor Penelope in the ways of confidence to help her find a husband this season. But when his lessons start working a little too well, Colin must grapple with whether his feelings for Penelope are truly just friendly. Complicating matters for Penelope is her rift with Eloise, who has found a new friend in a very unlikely place, while Penelope’s growing presence in the ton makes it all the more difficult to keep her Lady Whistledown alter ego a secret. 

The fourth and final season of Snowpiercer premieres on AMC and AMC+ July 21. The first two seasons are now streaming on AMC+ while season three will begin streaming June 8. Nine months after Snowpiercer and Big Alice parted ways, Till and Ben encounter unforeseen enemies when Melanie sends them off the train on a reconnaissance mission. Meanwhile, the residents of New Eden face uncertain times and unknown adversaries, compelling them to further confront the complexities of their new reality. Set more than seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, the series centers on the remnants of humanity who inhabit a perpetually moving train, with 1001 cars, that circles the globe. Class warfare, social injustice and the politics of survival play out in this riveting television adaptation based on the graphic novel series by Jacques Lob and Jean-Marc Rochette, and the film from Bong Joon Ho. 

Tomb Raider: The Legend of Lara Croft premieres October 10 on Netflix. Following the events of the Survivor series, Lara Croft has abandoned her friends to embark on increasingly more perilous solo adventures. But she must return home when a dangerous and powerful Chinese artifact is stolen from Croft Manor by a thief with an uncanny personal connection. Her daring pursuit will take her on an adventure around the world and to the depths of forgotten tombs, where she will be forced to confront her true self, and decide just what kind of hero she wants to become. 

Outlander season seven, part two will premiere on Starz November 22. In addition to the eight remaining episodes in season seven, the series is currently in production on a 10-episode eighth and final season. Joining in season eight are Kieran Bew, who will be playing “Captain Charles Cunningham,” a retired British soldier, Frances Tomelty who will be playing his mother, “Elspeth Cunningham,” and Carla Woodcock who joins in the role of “Amaranthus Grey,” a new member of the Grey family. 

The first seven Bluey Minisodes premiere July 3 on Disney+. The first two episodes will premiere on Disney Jr. and Disney Channel that same day, with the additional five episodes rolling out throughout the networks’ “Red, White and Bluey” marathon, which will take place over Fourth of July weekend. The shorts highlight funny and sweet moments featuring Bluey and Bingo, leaning into playful interactions and games that further explore the characters and world of Bluey. In the premiere minisode titled “Burger Dog,” Bluey and Bingo dance to annoying music while Bandit comes up with a plan to stop it. The additional minisodes premiering in the first batch include “Bingo 3000,” “Muffin Unboxing,” “Letter,” “Hungry,” “Three Pigs” and “Animals.” The second batch of episodes will premiere on platforms later this year, followed by the final batch in 2025. 

The ninth and final season of Suits will begin streaming on Netflix July 1. The series became a hit when the first eight seasons began streaming on Netflix. The final season was previously only available to stream on Peacock. 

Docuseries Pulisic will premiere this fall on Paramount+. The series gives an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at Christian Pulisic and traces the life story of how he’s risen to become American soccer’s biggest star. It will provide unprecedented access to Pulisic’s life and growing celebrity in Italy as he competes in the UEFA Champions League and Serie A competitions. Cameras will be in tow every step of the way as Pulisic meets the demands of global stardom and prepares for the biggest moment of his career – the 2026 FIFA Men’s World Cup on home soil. It looks back at the life and career of Pulisic, from his beginnings in Hershey, Pennsylvania to European standout and American hero. From representing the U.S. Men’s National Team this summer to suiting up for AC Milan against the game’s biggest stars in Europe, Pulisic’s stardom is reaching new heights both on and off the pitch. 

Colman Domingo has joined the cast of The Four Seasons, an all-new comedy series adaptation from Tina Fey, Lang Fisher and Tracey Wigfield. He joins Tina Fey and Steve Carell. The series is based on the 1981 feature film of the same name that was written and directed by Alan Alda. 

CMA Fest premieres June 25 on ABC. The three-hour primetime concert special, which is set to film in Nashville during the 51st CMA Fest later this week, is hosted by Jelly Roll and Ashley McBryde. The special will feature never-before-seen performances and surprise collaborations from Country Music’s most exciting acts. Performances will be revealed soon. 

Taraji P. Henson will return as host of the upcoming BET Awards. The ceremony will air live from the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles June 30. Henson hosted the ceremony twice before. 

Join twenty five men on their jet-setting journey to find love with Jenn Tran, when the 21st season of The Bachelorette premieres July 8 on ABC. Tran is a sweet and compassionate woman who has dedicated her life to helping others and is currently studying to become a physician assistant. The bilingual Vietnamese beauty currently resides in Miami and is ready to find love with a man who’s as reliable and thoughtful as she is. 

Icons Unearthed: Spider-Man premieres July 10 on Vice. The series tells the story of the tug of war between Marvel and Sony and how two studios found a way to share the character and the profits. If follows Spider-man’s journey to the screen, overcoming bankruptcy, multiple lawsuits, reboots, and unrealized potential. 

Live From Detroit: The Concert at Michigan Central, an outdoor spectacular, will air on June 6 live on Peacock. A moment more than 35 years in the making, stars will take to the stage to celebrate the highly anticipated reopening of Michigan Central Station following a six-year restoration by Ford Motor Company. Additionally, NBC will air a one-hour primetime special on June 9. The star-studded program features iconic musicians and cultural legends, including Michigan natives Diana Ross, Big Sean, Illa J, Jack White, Kierra Sheard, Theo Parrish, Slum Village, the Clark Sisters, Sky Jetta and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. They will be joined by presenters including Detroit Lions legend Barry Sanders and stars Jared Goff and Amon-Ra St. Brown. These Detroit entertainment stars will be joined by other performers, including Common, Fantasia, Melissa Etheridge and Jelly Roll, along with presenters Mike Epps and Sophia Bush. 

Miss Night and Day premieres June 15 on Netflix. A woman who magically switches between her 20s and 50s lands an internship at the Prosecution Service, caught between two generations and a tough boss. 

Netflix has renewed Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar for a second season. The scheming Mallikajaan rules over an elite house of courtesans — but a new rival threatens her reign as rebellion brews in British-ruled India.

Season six of The Dragon Prince premieres July 26 on Netflix. We are all of us stardust. 

The first seven episode season of the animated series WondLa premieres June 28 on Apple TV+. The series centers around Eva, a curious, enthusiastic and spirited teenager being raised in a state-of-the-art underground bunker by Muthr, a robot caretaker. On her 16th birthday, an attack on Eva’s bunker forces her onto the Earth’s surface, which is now inhabited by aliens and covered with otherworldly fauna, and there are no other humans to be found. In fact, it’s no longer called Earth, but Orbona. Otto, a lovable giant waterbear with whom Eva shares telepathic powers and Rovender, a cantankerous alien with a troubled past join Eva as she leads the team on a dangerous quest to find humans, her home and her true destiny. The series is based on the book series “The Search for WondLa” by Tony DiTerlizzi.

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

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