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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Slow Horses’ Premiere Date, ‘Hit-Monkey’ Trailer, ‘Perfect Match’ Renewed, ‘The Family Business’ Premiere Date, ‘Resurrected Rides’ Trailer, ‘WIND BREAKER’ Renewed, and More!

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Season four of Slow Horses premieres September 4 on Apple TV+. The series is a darkly humorous espionage drama that follows a dysfunctional team of British intelligence agents who serve in an MI5 dumping ground department known unaffectionately as Slough House. Season four opens with a bombing that detonates personal secrets, rocking Slough House’s already unstable foundations.

Season two of Hit-Monkey premieres on hulu July 15. In New York City, Monkey finds a path to escape his life of killing, while Bryce attempts to repair the damage to those he wronged in life. But what will it cost them to undo the past? 

Netflix has renewed Perfect Match for a third season. In the series, Netflix reality show alumni look for lasting love and test their connections in a dating competition – but only one pair will be named the perfect match.

Season five of The Family Business premieres July 4 on BET+. Based on Carl Weber’s book series, this show follows the Duncans, a seemingly upstanding family running an exotic car dealership in New York – but they’re living a dangerous double life.

Resurrected Rides premieres on Netflix July 24. From the original producers of Pimp My Ride, the series is an entirely new motor makeover series for the modern age. Comedian and actor Chris Redd, along with his team of next-level mechanics, helps deserving owners transform their beloved beaters into roadworthy masterpieces. 

Anime series WIND BREAKER has been renewed for a second season, set to stream on Crunchyroll. Welcome to Furin High School, an institution infamous for its population of brawny brutes who solve every conflict with a show of strength. Some of the students even formed a group, Bofurin, which protects the town. Haruka Sakura, a first-year student who moved in from out of town, is only interested in one thing: fighting his way to the top.

Netflix’s One Piece has added more cast for the upcoming second season. Callum Kerr has been cast as Smoker. Julia Rehwald will play Tashigi. Rob Colletti will portray Wapol. Ty Keogh will play Dalton.

Sarah Michelle Gellar has joined the cast of Showtime’s Dexter: Original Sin. Set in 1991 Miami, the series follows Dexter as he transitions from student to avenging serial killer. When his bloodthirsty urges can’t be ignored any longer, Dexter must learn to channel his inner darkness. With the guidance of his father, Harry, he adopts a Code designed to help him find and kill people who deserve to be eliminated from society without getting on law enforcement’s radar. This is a particular challenge for young Dexter as he begins a forensics internship at the Miami Metro Police Department. 

Rosario Dawson, Andre Holland, Sonoya Mizuno, and Ann Dowd have joined the cast of Terminator Zero. 2022: A future war has raged for decades between the few human survivors and an endless army of machines. 1997: The AI known as Skynet gained self-awareness and began its war against humanity. Caught between the future and this past is a soldier sent back in time to change the fate of humanity. She arrives in 1997 to protect a scientist named Malcolm Lee who works to launch a new AI system designed to compete with Skynet’s impending attack on humanity. As Malcolm navigates the moral complexities of his creation, he is hunted by an unrelenting assassin from the future which forever alters the fate of his three children.

AMC has ordered an untitled dramatic series from writer and showrunner Jonathan Glatzer. The series is set inside the bubble of Silicon Valley, amid misguided corporate cultures, moony innovation labs and cutthroat private high schools. In our story, a scandal is sparked by the exploitation of personal data which unravels out of a rift between a self-appointed “inventor of the future” tech CEO and his self-serving “performance psychologist.” This act of corruption quickly spirals out of control for all involved, exposing the absurdities of ambition, corporate ethics, and the fallibility of the people who are shaping the future of our world. 

HBO and the BBC are set to co-produce the six-episode drama series Lions, from creator and executive producer Richard Gadd. When Niall’s estranged ‘brother’ Ruben shows up at his wedding, it leads to an explosion of violence that catapults us back through their lives. Spanning almost forty years from the 1980s to the present day, this ambitious series will cover the highs and lows of the brothers’ relationship, from them meeting as teenagers to their falling out as adults – with all the good, bad, terrible, funny, angry, and challenging moments along the way. It will capture the wild energy of a changing city – a changing world, even – and try to get to the bottom of the difficult question… What does it mean to be a man? 

Racquel Chevremont will join Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York City in season fifteen. She joins the previously announced returning housewives, including Sai De Silva, Ubah Hassan, Erin Lichy, Jenna Lyons, Jessel Taank and Brynn Whitfield.  

Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa, has locked a new, exclusive multi-year deal with Food Network. The deal includes new episodes of Garten’s Be My Guest series in which she cooks and chats with friends, old and new, at her East Hampton home. The series has drawn notable guests such as Emily Blunt, Jennifer Garner, Nathan Lane, Laura Linney and Stanley Tucci, astronaut Nicole Mann, ballerina Misty Copeland, restaurateur and author Danny Meyer, and writer, journalist, and Professor Frank Bruni. The next season will launch in the fall with guests including chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay, award-winning actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus and late-night’s Stephen Colbert & Evie McGee Colbert, plus more. 

Six part French thriller A l’ombre des forets will stream on Apple TV+. Franck and his longtime friends enjoy spending their weekends hunting together, but one Sunday, they come across another group of hunters who start targeting them without explanation. When one of their party is shot, Franck’s friends strike back, sending an attacker to the ground. Barely managing to escape, the four friends keep the event a secret. Franck tries to go back to his life as usual alongside his wife Krystel, but in the next few days, he starts to feel like he and his friends are being watched, or worse, tracked by hunters who are now hell-bent on revenge. 

Docuseries The West Coast Hustle premieres July 18 on MTV. The series chronicles Chanel West Coast’s life, capturing all its exciting and memorable moments. Fans get an intimate look at her journey as she navigates the challenges of her new favorite full-time gig – motherhood – while simultaneously pursuing her music career. Juggling a personal life with her boyfriend Dom, a high-pressure career and maintaining friendships – Chanel is determined to hustle and have it all! 

Love After Lockup returns July 26 on WE tv. The new season of Love After Lockup follows seven couples, including two fan favorites, from Love During Lockup as they discover more love, new doubts, and encounter unforeseen obstacles in their relationships. These couples are as vulnerable and raw as ever as they share their emotional journeys and continue to find true love beyond prison walls. 

American Godfathers: The Five Families premieres August 11 on The History Channel. Based upon Selwyn Raab’s “Five Families: The Rise, Decline and Resurgence of America’s Most Powerful Mafia Empires,” the docuseries traces the extensive history of the Mafia beginning with its early ties to Sicily. In 1931, Charles “Lucky” Luciano, a Sicilian-born gangster, created The Commission which acted as the governing body for the American Mafia and appointed the original “New York Five” – the Bonanno, Gagliano, Luciano, Mangano, and Profaci families. They lived by an honor code or set of rules; the most important was omertá meaning “silence.” For a generation, omertá, the key to the Mafia’s success, kept the families safe from law enforcement and public view as they made millions through wartime, depression, and changes in legislation to seamlessly move from one racket to the next. 

The Chicano Squad premieres September 2 on A&E. Featuring new interviews with original members of the group, including Jim Montero, José Selvera, Raymond Gonzales, U.P. Hernández, and Cecil Mosqueda, the special explores how these men revolutionized community policing and went on to be an integral division in the Houston Police Department for decades, serving as the inspiration for other squads around the country. The special airs 45 years after the formation of the Chicano Squad. 

The Real Bros of Simi Valley: The Movie premieres July 5 on The Roku Channel. With the Simi High 10 year reunion around the corner, Xander and his squad embark on a journey to become the sickest versions of themselves in time to flex on all of their old classmates. When a rival group threatens Xander’s chances at the coveted Truck of the Year award, the bros will have to put it all on the line to protect their reputation as the top squad in Simi. 

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

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