Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Bridge and Tunnel’ Premiere Date, ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Trailer, ‘The Terminal List’ Teaser, ‘Evil’ Trailer, ‘Dead End: Paranormal Park’ Premiere Date, ‘Barry’ Renewed, and More!
Season two of EPIX’s romantic comedy Bridge and Tunnel will premiere July 10. The six episode season opens in the summer of 1981, exactly one year after the events of the last season, and finds Jimmy, Jill and the rest of the gang no longer tethered to the leafy confines of the suburbs. They’ve now got one foot in Manhattan, and it will be a magical summer in the big city full of sexiness, vibrancy and excitement as they each fall in and out of love (with partners new and old) and take one step closer to making their dreams a reality. The ensemble cast includes Sam Vartholomeos, Caitlin Stasey, Gigi Zumbado, Jan Luis Castellanos, Brian Muller, Isabella Farrell and Edward Burns, who writes, directs and produces the series.
Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy premieres June 22. In season three, the Umbrella Academy return home to the present, convinced they prevented the initial apocalypse and fixed this godforsaken timeline once and for all. But after a brief moment of celebration, they realize things aren’t exactly (okay, not at all) how they left them. Enter the Sparrow Academy. Smart, stylish, and about as warm as a sea of icebergs, the Sparrows immediately clash with the Umbrellas in a violent face-off that turns out to be the least of everyone’s concerns. Navigating challenges, losses, and surprises of their own – and dealing with an unidentified destructive entity wreaking havoc in the Universe (something they may have caused) – now all they need to do is convince Dad’s new and possibly better family to help them put right what their arrival made wrong. Will they find a way back to their pre-apocalyptic lives? Or is this new world about to reveal more than just a hiccup in the timeline?
Prime Video’s The Terminal List premieres July 1. Based on the best-selling novel by Jack Carr, The Terminal List follows James Reece after his entire platoon of Navy SEALs is ambushed during a high-stakes covert mission. Reece returns home to his family with conflicting memories of the event and questions about his culpability. However, as new evidence comes to light, Reece discovers dark forces working against him, endangering not only his life, but the lives of those he loves.
Season three of Evil premieres on Paramount+ June 12. The ten episode season begins moments after the end of season two: when a newly ordained David and Kristen kiss. The two not only have to navigate this fraught new reality, but contend with David’s involvement with “the entity,” an espionage unit within the Catholic church. Meanwhile, Ben finds his brain breaking from their unsolved cases and turns to his sister for help. New episodes will drop weekly on Sundays.
Netflix’s new animated series Dead End: Paranormal Park premieres June 16. Meet Barney, his dog Pugsley (who can now walk and talk after an exorcism gone wrong– it’s a long story!), Norma and a thousand-year-old sardonic demon named Courtney who must work together to battle paranormal scares and maybe…just maybe, save the world!
HBO has renewed Barry for a fourth season. The dark comedy series third season wraps June 12. The series stars Bill Hader, Stephen Root, Sarah Goldberg, Anthony Carrigan, Henry Winkler and Sarah Burns
Season three of Apple TV+’s comedy series Trying premieres July 22. The eight episode third season picks up with Nikki and Jason waking up as new parents to two children they are still getting to know. Now they just have to keep hold of them, which proves to be trickier than they initially thought. Thrown straight into the parental deep-end, Nikki and Jason’s relationships with each other and with their nearest and dearest are tested as they desperately try to navigate the ups and downs of parenting – while hanging onto their kids, and their sanity.
A new Daredevil series is one step closer to becoming a reality. Disney+ has brought on Matt Corman and Chris Ord to write and executive produce the series. It will be a new series but continue the Netflix series according to reports.
The Black Pack: Excellence and Brandon Leake: A Family Affair will premiere on The CW June 19. The Black Pack: Excellence stars Taye Diggs, NE-YO and Eric Bellinger as “The Black Pack” and celebrates Black excellence and culture within an irresistible blend of musical and dance performances. It will feature a star-studded list of special guests including Tank and a soul stirring performance by Jordin Sparks to commemorate Juneteenth as “The Black Pack” explores how to celebrate America’s newly acknowledged national holiday while glorifying those that came before. “The Black Pack” also pays tribute to the iconic Sammy Davis Jr. and features a newly-penned Juneteenth anthem. Brandon Leake: A Family Affair will feature eight original spoken word poems written and performed by America’s Got Talent winner Brandon Leake. Viewers will also get an intimate look at Brandon’s life.
Starz is developing a new drama series Lovesong from Vida creator Tanya Saracho. The series is a half-hour drama that will follow two Mexican American childhood friends living in London as they both become entangled in a torturous love-triangle with the same captivating singer-songwriter. A love story born out of betrayal and paid for with the cost of friendship. Steeped in the East London music scene, the series embarks on a cinematic contemplation of love, sex, identity, purpose and the price of happiness.
Thomas Haden Church will star in Peacock’s upcoming series Twisted Metal. He joins Anthony Mackie and Stephanie Beatriz in the series based on the video game franchise of the same name.
The CW is still developing a new Babylon 5 reboot series. The project had been set up with an eye for the upcoming new season, but wasn’t given a pilot order. The network is still looking to bring it to series possibly for the 2023-2024 season.
Limited series Chloe premieres on Prime Video June 24. The six episode series follows Becky Green, who is obsessed with stalking her childhood friend Chloe Fairbourne’s perfectly curated social media presence. Chloe’s charmed life, adoring husband, and circle of high-achieving friends are always just a click away, and Becky can’t resist peering into a world that contrasts so starkly with her own, as she cares for her mother, who has early onset dementia. When Chloe suddenly dies, Becky assumes a new identity and infiltrates the enviable lives of Chloe’s closest friends to find out what happened to her.
Disney+’s Baymax! will premiere June 29. The series takes place in the fantastical city of San Fransokyo and features the fan favorite healthcare bot, Baymax. The character first appeared in Disney’s Big Hero 6.
HGTV has ordered a new season of 16 more episodes of Fixer to Fabulous. The series stars Dave and Jenny Marr as they renovate homes while raising five young children and managing their family farm. Jenny, the creative influence behind their personalized renovations, specializes in designing spaces that are warm and welcoming for families. Dave tackles construction and custom-built furniture with skill and confidence that stems from his passion for reviving old homes. It will premiere late fall 2022.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens will premiere on Disney XD June 6 and Hulu June 7. The series celebrates the twentieth anniversary of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters and aired in Japan in 2020.
Gina Rodriguez, Xolo Mariduena and Tom Kenny are set to lead Batman’s iconic rogues gallery in Batwheels. Rodriguez will voice Catwoman, Maridueña will voice Snowy the Snowcrawler, and Kenny will voice Crash. The villains will go bumper-to-bumper against the heroes of Batwheels voiced by the previously announced cast led by Ethan Hawke (as Batman), Jacob Bertrand (as Bam the Batmobile), and AJ Hudson (as Duke Thomas/Robin). The series will premiere this fall on Cartoonito on HBO Max and Cartoon Network.
NBC News’ Pete Williams will be leaving the network in July. Williams has been with NBC News for 29 years covering an assortment of big new moments.
Limited series This Is Going to Hurt premieres on AMC+ June 2. The series follows Adam, a doctor who is finding his way through the ranks of hospital hierarchy; junior enough to suffer the crippling hours, but senior enough to face a constant barrage of terrifying responsibilities. Adam is clinging to his personal life as he is increasingly overwhelmed by stresses at work: the 97-hour weeks, the life-and-death decisions, and all the while knowing the hospital parking meter is earning more than him.
Apple TV+’s docuseries Prehistoric Planet premieres May 23. The series is an epic true story about majestic dinosaurs and the habitats they roamed. Experience the world of dinosaurs like never before in this epic five-night event, from Executive Producer Jon Favreau and the producers of Planet Earth.
A&E’s new docuseries Digital Addiction premieres June 13. uncovers the frightening and damaging world of digital dependency and the dramatic impact on the families affected by it. From gaming and social media obsession, to cyber relationship addiction to compulsive information seeking, the addictions are as varied and unexpected as the backgrounds of the addicted. The stakes are very real, and the help needed is immediate. Each episode follows extreme cases of two addicts completely crippled by digital addiction and takes a terrifying look into the dangerous and shocking behaviors that forced their loved ones to intervene.
The History Channel’s three episode series The Booze, Bets and Sex That Built America premeires June 12. The series divulges surprising origin stories of the American alcohol, gambling, sex and tobacco industries and the ambitiously notorious entrepreneurs who built some of history’s biggest fortunes on the nation’s cravings. Each two-hour episode is packed with scintillating historical facts, riveting drama, expert interviews and compelling characters who operate on both sides of the law.
Volume 3 of Netflix’s Love, Death + Robots premeires 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.
Shaman King Season 1 Part 4 premieres on Netflix May 26. Medium Yoh Asakura enters a battle tournament held every 500 years, competing with other shamans in a bid to become the all-powerful Shaman King.