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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Land of Women’ Trailer, ‘Love Island USA’ Cast Reveal, ‘That ’90s Show’ Trailer, ‘Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen’ Primetime Special, Max Price Increase, ‘Like a Dragon: Yakuza’ Premiere Date, and More!

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Land of Women premieres June 26 on Apple TV+. The series is a dramedy starring Eva Longoria as Gala, a well-to-do New Yorker who has her life turned upside down when her husband fails to repay a debt to the wrong people. With dangerous criminals searching for her family and now vanished husband, Gala is forced to leave the city with her aging mother Julia and teenage daughter Kate to her mother’s hometown in northern Spain – a place that Julia fled 50 years ago – to start life anew and hope their identities remain hidden. But gossip in the charming wine town quickly spreads, unraveling their deepest family secrets and truths. The series is inspired by author Sandra Barneda’s bestselling novel “La tierra de las mujeres.”

Peacock has unveiled a sizzling new cast of Islanders for season 6 of Love Island USA. Hosted by Ariana Madix, the new season streams on Peacock beginning June 11 with new episodes dropping every day at 6pm PT/9pm ET during premiere week. New episodes will stream Thursdays through Tuesdays thereafter. Following the premiere of season 6, Peacock will debut Love Island Aftersun, a weekly chat series that dives into all the drama inside this season’s villa. Episodes will stream on Peacock beginning June 15 with new episodes every Saturday. Set in Fiji, season 6 will feature a brand-new vibrant villa including a spicy Casa Amor and an unforgettable Hideaway. Islanders will face more drama than ever before with jaw-dropping revelations, new couples’ challenges and even a few surprise guests. Along the way, viewers will be able to vote for their favorite couples via the Love Island USA app to determine which Islanders remain in the villa and who goes home heartbroken and empty-handed. Fan-favorite comedian Iain Stirling will reprise his role as the iconic narrator for the new season. 

That ’90s Show Part 2 premieres June 27 on Netflix.Part 3 is also coming soon to the streamer on October 24. It’s 1996 and Leia Forman is back in Point Place for another summer of fun with her friends and grandparents, Kitty and Red. Leia and Jay are excited to be together again after nine months of long distance. But she’s on edge since Jay still doesn’t know she almost kissed Nate. Nate is concerned that his girlfriend, Nikki, doesn’t know either. How long can they keep this secret? Turns out, not long at all. And when the truth finally comes out, relationships are threatened, friendships are at stake, and the summer is on the verge of ending before it even gets started. 

Bravo will celebrate 15 years of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen with a primetime special June 30. After a storied television career behind-the-scenes, Andy Cohen took a bold, unexpected on-camera leap in 2009 to debut the new weekly Bravo late-night show as both host and executive producer. Cohen’s gregarious yet freewheeling charisma instantly resonated with viewers, quickly taking the series to a twice-weekly format and, in 2012, expanding to five nights a week. Cohen made history as the first gay late-night host and is now starkly known for bringing an unconventional, fearless and refreshing approach to the landscape. Tune in all month long for a countdown of favorite memories from the past 15 years, culminating with the most epic late-night party that can only happen in the Clubhouse. The anniversary special will feature hilarious hijinks, unpredictable surprises and a jam-packed lineup of celebrity and Bravolebrity guests. What could we possibly come up with next? You’ll have to watch what happens. The series was recently renewed through 2025. 

Max has announced a new price increase on some plans. The monthly Ad-Free plan will increase by $1 per month, making the new price $16.99/month. The yearly Ad-Free plan will increase by $20 per year, making it $169.99/year. The monthly Ultimate Ad-Free plan will increase $1 per month, making the new price $20.99/month. The yearly Ultimate Ad-Free plan will increase by $10 per year, making it $209.99/year. These prices are effective immediately for new subscriptions. The Max With Ads plan remains unchanged at $9.99/month or $99.99/year. Existing subscribers will be notified 30 days in advance of their plan renewing and see price increases starting from their next billing cycle on or after Thursday, July 4, 2024. Current yearly subscribers will not see an increase until renewal. 

Crime action series Like a Dragon: Yakuza adapted from the popular Japanese game franchise premieres October 25 on Prime Video. The live action series depicts the lives of fierce yet passionate gangsters and people living in a huge entertainment district, Kamurochō, a fictional district modeled after the violent Shinjuku ward’s Kabukichō, that acts as the backdrop of the gameplay. It showcases modern Japan and the dramatic stories of these intense characters, such as the legendary Kazuma Kiryu, that games in the past have not been able to explore. 

Rochelle Aytes will not be returning to S.W.A.T. as a series regular for its upcoming surprise eighth season. There is a chance she will recur. She will instead be a series regular in the upcoming new CBS series Watson. 

Netflix has ordered a Peaky Blinders movie. Star Cillian Murphy will return for the untitled followup film to the long running series. 

TLC has ordered a new reality series starring Alec Baldwin, his wife Hilaria and their seven children. The Baldwins will premiere in 2025. 

Hamish Linklater has joined the cast of Gen V. He will be a series regular in the upcoming second season of the Prime Video series which is a spinoff of The Boys. 

Kristos Andrews, Lidia Bastianich, Lauralee Bell, Eric Braeden, Steve Burton, Derrick Camana, Kelly Clarkson, Stefan Dennis, Zooey Deschanel, Scott Evans, Jackée Harry, Amelia Heinle, Annie Jones, Star Jones, Christel Khalil, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Eric Martsolf, Kiara Liz Ortega, Danielle Pinnock, Melvin Robert, Lawrence Saint-Victor, Jonathan Scott, Laura Wright, and Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant are set to present at The 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. In addition, Amanda Kloots and Jerry O’Connell will make a special appearance. Hosted by Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner, airs live June 7 on CBS. 

Maria Taylor will serve as the Late Night host for NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Games of the XXXIII Olympiad in Paris this summer. Taylor will host the Late Night show on NBC and Peacock from different venues and hot spots throughout Paris, capturing the vibe of the city and the competition while presenting a fresh look at the day’s most compelling stories. The Late Night show will begin following local news in all time zones. 

Julianne Hough and Utkarsh Ambudkar are set to host The Tony Awards: Act One airing on Pluto TV June 16. The live preshow will air before The 77th Annual Tony Awards and feature early awards. 

Nickelodeon revealed the nominees for its annual slime-filled Kids’ Choice Awards, with over 50 first-time nominees from across the worlds of film, television, music, sports and more. Hosted by SpongeBob SquarePants (voiced by Tom Kenny) and Patrick Star (voiced by Bill Fagerbakke), Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2024 will premiere live from their undersea home of Bikini Bottom on July 13. First-time nominees include Halle Bailey, Austin Butler, Sabrina Carpenter, Kai Cenat, Timothée Chalamet, Luke Combs, Ariana DeBose, Ayo Edebiri, Ryan Gosling, Reneé Rapp, Margot Robbie, Paul Rudd, among others. Leading the pack with six nods is Taylor Swift, followed by Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo and Justin Timberlake, with four nominations each. Musical performances and presenters will be announced at a later date.

Gangs of Galicia premieres June 21 on Netflix. Inspired by real events, the series is a vengeance and love story between Ana, a lawyer who has recently arrived in Cambados in search of answers about the death of her father, and Daniel Padín, one of the heads of drug trafficking in Galicia. 

Docuseries Mastermind: To Think Like A Killer premieres July 11 on hulu. To stop serial killers, psychiatric nurse and professor Dr. Ann Burgess must first learn to think like one. With unprecedented access to the mastermind behind the development of modern serial-killer profiling, the series tells Burgess’ tenacious story and her compassion for victims which puts her at the center of solving America’s most infamous true-crime cases. From the widely known Ed Kemper and Ted Bundy to lesser-known cases like the Ski Mask Rapist, Burgess investigates and studies the victims and damaged psyches of their attackers, putting two halves of the same story together to catch a killer. Largely an unsung heroine until now, Dr. Burgess impacted not only the FBI, she also radically championed the plight of women in America.

Agents of Mystery premieres June 18 on Netflix. Six “agents of mystery” who have excellent chemistry must solve paranormal mysteries within six hours, relying on their quick-thinking and teamwork. A team of investigators are tasked with getting to the bottom of unsolvable cases occurring in mysterious locations.

TNT will air The 49th AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Nicole Kidman June 17 at 10. An encore will air on TCM June 27. A singular distinction bestowed upon artists “whose work has stood the test of time,” the AFI Life Achievement Award Tribute Gala is long considered one of the preeminent annual events for the entertainment and arts community. Nicole Kidman is the first Australian actor to receive the AFI Life Achievement Award. The show includes tributes from co-stars and friends Cate Blanchett, Russell Crowe, Zac Efron, Jimmy Fallon, Morgan Freeman, Hugh Jackman, Joey King, Mike Myers, Zoe Saldaña, Aaron Sorkin, Meryl Streep, Miles Teller, Keith Urban, Naomi Watts, and Reese Witherspoon.

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

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