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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘SEAL Team’ Premiere Date, ‘Lanterns’ Ordered, ‘One Piece’ Cast Additions, ‘Disclaimer’ Premiere Date, ‘Down in the Valley’ Premiering Early, ‘Kite Man: Hell Yeah!’ Premiere Date, and More!

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The seventh and final season of SEAL Team will premiere August 11 on Paramount+ with the first two episodes. The series follows the lives of the Navy SEALs’ most elite unit as they execute dangerous high-stakes operations to defend their country at a deeply personal cost. In the ten episode final season, Jason Hayes struggles to balance his warrior’s existence with the responsibilities of single fatherhood. Ray Perry, his trusted second in command, questions whether he will be able to leave the battlefield behind as his retirement nears. Dedicated door-kicker Sonny Quinn battles against changing tides as Jason and Ray’s shifting focus means that other teammates must shoulder more responsibility. Both Omar Hamza and Drew Franklin find diving into work an effective way to distance themselves from their past traumas. Vital to mission success is Lieutenant Lisa Davis, a no-nonsense officer who ushers the team into a new era of warfare against powerful rivals for supremacy on the world stage. Ripped away from their loved ones at a moment’s notice to be deployed across the globe, Bravo team remains dedicated to their duties. Even in the face of overwhelming odds, they know this is the price to keep the families they left behind safe. 

HBO has ordered Lanterns to series. The project was initially set up at Max. The eight episode series follows new recruit John Stewart and Lantern legend Hal Jordan, two intergalactic cops drawn into a dark, earth-based mystery as they investigate a murder in the American heartland. Joining Lanterns in the shift from Max to HBO are the Harry Potter series and Welcome to Derry. 

Netflix has announced who will be playing the Baroque Works agents in the upcoming second season of One Piece. David Dastmalchian will appear as Mr. 3. Jazzara Jaslyn will play Miss Valentine. Camrus Johnson was cast as Mr. 5.Daniel Lasker will play Mr. 9.

Limited series Disclaimer premieres October 11 on Apple TV+. Based on the bestselling novel by Renée Knight, the series follows acclaimed journalist Catherine Ravenscroft who built her reputation revealing the misdeeds and transgressions of others. When she receives a novel from an unknown author, she is horrified to realize she is now the main character in a story that exposes her darkest secrets. As Catherine races to uncover the writer’s true identity, she is forced to confront her past before it destroys both her own life and her relationships with her husband, Robert, and their son, Nicholas. 

Starz will now premiere Down in the Valley a week early. Hosted by Nicco Annan, the premiere episode will premiere June 28 on the Starz app ahead of its linear premiere July 5. The unique six-half-hour episode series will offer viewers a captivating journey through the multifaceted Deep South that is as poignant as it is joyful and magical. 

Kite Man: Hell Yeah! will premiere on Max July 18. Kite Man and Golden Glider take their relationship to the next level by opening a bar in the shadow of Lex Luthor’s Legion of Doom. Nobody said serving cold ones to the most dangerous rogues outside of Arkham Asylum would be easy, but sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and how to hide a body. 

The English dub of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Hashira Training Arc will premiere June 30 on Crunchyroll. To the Hashira Training. The members of the Demon Slayer Corps and their highest-ranking swordsmen, the Hashira. In preparation for the forthcoming final battle against Muzan Kibutsuji, the Hashira Training commences. While each carry faith and determination within their hearts, Tanjiro and the Hashira enter a new story.

The upcoming season of Bravo’s Top Chef will film in Canada. This will be the second time the US series filmed a season overseas. No word if the season will consist of Canadian chefs or just be filmed in the location. 

Aaron Tveit, Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll, Elyse Levesque, Luisa D’Oliveira, Birkett Turton, Hilary McCormack, and Jenna Berman will join Alexander Ludwig and Jessica Frances Dukes in MGM+’s Earth Abides. The limited series is a new take on George R. Stewart’s classic sci-fi novel of the same name. When a plague of unprecedented virulence sweeps the globe, the human race is all but wiped out. In the aftermath, as the great machine of civilization slowly and inexorably breaks down, only a few shattered survivors remain to struggle against the slide into extinction.

HIDIVE has announced premiere dates for their upcoming English Dubbed series this summer. My Instant Death Ability Is Overpowered will premiere July 19. Chained Soldier will premiere July 29. Level 1 Demon Lord and One Room Hero will premiere August 20. 

Joseph Fiennes and Natascha McElhone have joined the cast of Young Sherlock. With all the wit and charm of Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes features, the series also starring Hero Fiennes Tiffin will be an irreverent, action-packed origin story of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s beloved detective in an explosive re-imagining of this iconic character. At age 19, Sherlock Holmes is disgraced, raw, unfiltered, and unformed, when he finds himself caught up in a murder mystery at Oxford University which threatens his freedom. Diving into his first-ever case with a wild lack of discipline, Sherlock manages to unravel a globe-trotting conspiracy that will change his life forever. 

Apple TV+ has ordered KRANK Berlin. Managing a chaotic emergency room in the toughest and most overcrowded hospital in Berlin is no small task for the young Dr. Parker, who is seeking a fresh start in the big city after her private life implodes in Munich. When she tries to implement necessary reforms, Parker is confronted with resistance from the underpaid, ill-equipped and chronically fatigued hospital staff who only survive with an indispensable dose of black humor. But in the face of an increasingly merciless healthcare system, the battered team must put aside their differences and pull together to save lives. 

Hard Knocks: Offseason with the New York Giants premieres July 2 on HBO. The new season will bring viewers inside the New York Giants organization as the team prepares for their highly anticipated 100th season. Camera crews will chronicle the team’s every move as general manager Joe Schoen and other members of the team’s front office and staff navigate the critical offseason period from January to July 2024, from the NFL Scouting Combine to free agency, to the NFL Draft, and team minicamps. 

Breathless premieres August 30 on Netflix. The Joaquín Sorolla Hospital is up against numerous challenges: a medical team close to breakdown, threats of a general strike, patients in need of care, and conditions that are anything but easy, with their own lives at a major crossroads. All the promises doctors make when undertaking their duties are brought together in the Hippocratic Oath, but will they be able to uphold them when they are pushed to their limits? 

A reboot of anime series Ranma 1/2 is in the works. Years ago, Genma promised his old friend Soun Tendo that Ranma would marry one of Soun’s three daughters and carry on the family’s martial arts school. Except that the girl picked to be Ranma’s bride doesn’t seem to like him, Ranma keeps getting into fights…and did we mention that whole changing into a girl thing?

The Man with 1000 Kids premieres July 3 on Netflix. A group of families learn the charismatic man they had trusted is sperm donor to hundreds – or perhaps thousands – of other children across the world. 

Anime series Dungeon People will premiere on HIDIVE July 5. On the hunt for her missing father, master thief Clay heads off into an unexplored dungeon—but much to her surprise, the dungeon’s caretaker offers her a job! Thievery hasn’t worked for her thus far, so perhaps this new career path will take her closer to finding her dad. But change is never easy. From interviewing monster guardians to positioning traps to confound would-be explorers, Clay has a lot to learn about what it means to be one of the dungeon people. 

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

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