Your TV Source Roundup: CBS Renews ‘The FBIs’, ‘Never Have I Ever’ Premiere Date, Ncuti Gatwa Joins ‘Doctor Who’, ‘The Upshaws’ Premiere Date, ‘Paper Girls’ Teaser, ‘Floor Is Lava’ Trailer, and More!
CBS has renewed all three of its FBI series for two additional seasons. FBI will return for season five and season six. FBI: Most Wanted will return for season four and season five. The newest series FBI: International will return for season two and season three.
Season three of Never Have I Ever will premiere on Netflix August 12. The ten episode new season will see Devi continue to deal with the everyday pressures of high school and drama at home, while also navigating new romantic relationships. The series has already been renewed for a fourth and final season set to air in 2023.
The BBC has announced that Ncuti Gatwa will be taking over the role of the Doctor. Jodie Whittaker currently plays the role of the Doctor and will be departing the series following this season final special episode, set for later this year. The new season will also see the return of original reboot showrunner Russell T Davies.
Part 1 of The Upshaws second season premieres June 29. The series centers on a working-class African American family in Indiana struggling to make it work and make it right without the blueprints to do it. In the first eight episodes in Part 1, the Upshaws continue to ride life’s ups and downs, including new loves, old flames, big dreams, life changes and the love and drama that comes with family.
Prime Video’s live action adaptation of Paper Girls is coming soon. The network showed off the first look at the characters based on the comic series.
Season two of Floor Is Lava premieres on Netflix June 3. The five episode season is back with bigger obstacles, higher stakes, and even hotter lava. New this season – a huge and very slippery volcano that takes the competition to the next level.
Miz & Mrs returns for season three on USA Network June 6. This season, the couple is faced with their biggest challenge yet, raising two toddlers. With big career moves on the horizon and a revolving door of family members, the Mizanins must learn how to balance the pressure of their careers with family life.
Volume 3 of Netflix’s Love Death + Robots premieres May 20. Terror, imagination and beauty combine in nine new episodes which stretch from uncovering an ancient evil to a comedic apocalypse, telling startling short stories of fantasy, horror and science-fiction with trademark wit and visual invention.
Peacock will again be exclusively streaming Eurovision Song Contest live this year. This is the second year in a row that Peacock has exclusively streamed the event. Johnny Weir will host. The contest begins May 10 at 3 with the first Semi-Final round. The second Semi-Final will air May 12 at 3. The Grand Final will take place May 14 at 3. Eurovision is the world’s largest song contest held annually. Fans can expect breathtaking performances from some of the world’s best singers and songwriters.
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan will end with its upcoming fourth season on Prime Video. The streamer is developing a spinoff starring Michael Peña. He would play Ding Chavez, a character from the novel series. The streamer hasn’t set a premiere date for season three yet.
Disney Channel’s special Disney’s Summer Magic Quest will premiere June 26. Yvette Nicole Brown returns as host and will see Meg Donnelly, Pearce Joza, Kylee Russell and Matt Cornett on a challenge filled quest through EPCOT at Walt Disney World Resort.
Peacock’s drama series Mrs. Davis has cast Jake McDorman. McDorman will play Betty Gilpin’s rebellious ex, who also has a personal vendetta against the Algorithm. The series is an exploration of faith versus technology – an epic battle of biblical and binary proportions.
Jason Isaacs and Lior Raz have been cast in Apple TV+’s anthology series The Crowded Room. They join Tom Holland, Amanda Seyfried, Emmy Rossum, Sasha Lane, Christopher Abbot and Emma Laird.
HBO Max has ordered Anon Pls to series based on DeuxMoi’s novel. DeuxMoi is famous for their anonymous celebrity gossip.
Netflix has set dates for their upcoming comedy specials. The Hall: Honoring the Greats of Stand-Up will premiere May 19. Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill premieres June 6. That’s My Time with David Letterman premieres June 7. Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration will premiere June 9. A Tribute to Bob Saget will premiere June 10. Amy Schumer’s Parental Advisory will air June 11. Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friend debuts June 13. Jane Fonda & Lily Tomlin: Ladies Night Live premieres June 14. Snoop Dogg’s F*cn Around Comedy Special will premiere June 16. Best of the Festival premieres June 23.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is on hiatus while Colbert is experiencing a recurrence of Covid. No word on when new episodes will start up again.
Season three of Bruh premieres on BET+ May 12. The series follows hard-luck entrepreneur John and his more successful friends from college Tom, Bill and Mike as they navigate careers, relationships and life in Atlanta.
Comedic documentary-style series Players will premiere on Paramount+ June 16. The series follows a fictional pro “League of Legends” esports team as they pursue their first championship after years of close calls and heartache. To win it all, they will need their prodigy, a 17-year-old rookie, and their 27-year-old veteran to put their egos aside and work together.
FX’s five episode series Dear Mama premieres this fall. The series highlights activist Afeni Shakur and hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur told through the eyes of the people who knew them best. The series is a portrait of the most inspiring and dangerous mother-son duo in American history, whose unified message of freedom, equality, persecution and justice are more relevant today than ever.