Another Life (2 days ago)
Season 2 Premiere Date October 14
Hulu Renews 'Only Murders In The Building' (3 days ago)
Hulu announced today that Only Murders in the Building has been renewed for a second season. The good news comes five episodes into the comedy's freshman run, which has been garnering high critical praise since its August premiere.
The half-hour series stars Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez as three strangers living in the same New York apartment building who all happen to be obsessed with true crime. After one of their neighbors dies under suspicious circumstances, they band together to investigate their own real life murder mystery.
Look for Season 2 of Only Murders in the Building in 2022.
'Cops' Revived For Season 33 By Fox Nation (3 days ago)
Fox Nation announced today that Cops is being brought back for a 33rd season. The news comes 15 months after the long-running reality series was cancelled by its most-recent home at Paramount Network.
One of the first reality-based television shows, Cops features camera crews riding along in police cars and capturing the action of the on-duty officers. The show has no host and uses no narration, depending completely on the police officers and the footage shot to capture each story as it unfolds.
Season 33 of Cops premieres on Friday, October 1.
'High School Musical: The Musical' Renewed For Season 3 (3 days ago)
Disney+ announced today that High School Musical: The Musical: The Series has been picked up for a third season. The good news comes less than two months after the show wrapped its sophomore run on the streaming service.
Billed as a modern take on the classic film series of the same name, the musical dramedy follows a group of students at East High who are counting down to opening night of their school's first-ever production of 'High School Musical.' Season 3 will keep up with the Wildcats as they leave East High behind for summer sleepaway camp.
Production on Season 3 is expected to kick off later this year for a likely return in mid-to-late 2022.
'Narcos: Mexico' Ending After Season 3 (3 days ago)
Netflix announced today that Narcos: Mexico will be coming to an end after its upcoming third season. With the news, the streaming service set a release date of November 5 for the drama's final season.
Originally intended to be the fourth season of 'Narcos', the Mexico-based series was instead developed as a companion that follows the true story of the Guadalajara cartel's ascent in the 1980s Mexican drug trade. Félix Gallardo builds his drug empire in Mexico, while determined DEA agent Kiki Camarena has moved to Guadalajara to take on the cartel's dangerous kingpin.
'America's Got Talent' Renewed For Season 17 (3 days ago)
America's Got Talent is coming back for a 17th season. The good news came at the end of tonight's finale, with host Terry Crews announcing that the show will be returning next year and that auditions are already underway.
On the air since 2006, AGT still maintains its position as the summer's top-rated series, regularly beating out its time slot competition. The brand has even expanded with two 'Champions' editions that aired in 2019 and 2020.
Look for Season 17 of America's Got Talent in late spring 2022.
'The Outpost' Cancelled By The CW (3 days ago)
The CW has confirmed that The Outpost is coming to an end after its current fourth season. The news was announced on the fantasy drama's Twitter page, with a post stating that the epic journey is concluding on October 7. With such short notice before the final episode, it's unclear whether this ending was planned well in advance or not.
The Outpost follows Talon, a Blackblood whose village was destroyed by a gang of mercenaries years ago. Now the only remaining member of her race, she travels to a lawless fortress on the edge of civilization looking for her family's killer. On her way to the outpost, Talon learns that she possesses a supernatural power that she must harness in order to save herself and defend the world against a radical religious dictator.
'The Amber Ruffin Show' Renewed By Peacock (3 days ago)
Peacock announced today that The Amber Ruffin Show has been picked up for Season 2. The good news comes as the late-night talk show winds down its freshman run, which by all accounts was a successful one for the first-time host.
The show premiered last September and quickly garnered a warm reception from both viewers and critics. Then in March its first season was extended for six additional months, taking it to where we are now, with its finale set for this Friday.
The wait for Season 2 won't be a long one, as a premiere date has already been set for less than a month from now on October 8.
Comedian and writer for 'Late Night with Seth Meyers', Amber Ruffin hosts the weekly show that features her signature smart and silly take on current news around the world. Amber's take on events is a charming mix of seriousness and nonsense perfectly blended together.
Hoarders (3 days ago)
Season 13 Gets Premiere Date from A&E – October 18, 2021
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to Reboot on Peacock (4 days ago)
“Set in modern-day America, Bel-Air is a serialized one-hour dramatic analogue of the ’90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air that leans into the original premise: Will’s complicated journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gated mansions of Bel-Air,” reads the show’s official logline.
The series has already received a two-season order,
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