★Hulu's Ramy will return for its ten-episode third season on September 30.
★Kirby Howell-Baptiste will star opposite Colin Farrell in the upcoming Apple TV+ series Sugar. Details of the plot and characters are tightly under wraps.
★Netflix will be reviving the much loved competition series The Mole, which aired for five seasons on ABC between 2001 and 2008 and featured Anderson Cooper as one of its early hosts. The 10-episode season will launch in the Fall.
★The Sarah Paulson/Annaleigh Ashford horror thriller Dust has added The Bear's Ebon Moss-Bachrach to the cast. The film will stream on Hulu in the US, with additional global release plans to be announced.
★Paramount+ will stream a live Taylor Hopkins Tribute Concert September 3 from Wembley Stadium in London beginning at 11:30 AM. Pluto TV will stream the event internationally, and MTV's YouTube channel will stream globally. The full concert will then be available On Demand worldwide on Paramount+ September 3, and on Pluto TV and MTV VOD the week of September 5. In addition, CBS will air highlights from the concert on September 3 at 10:00 PM. The one-hour special will also broadcast on MTV around the world on September 3 starting in Latin America followed by other international territories on September 4. An extended two-hour compilation will then air worldwide in September. Hopkins was the Foo Fighters drummer who died in March at age 50.
★Roku Originals will serve up another iteration of The Great American Baking Show based on the classic UK series. UK judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith will be in the famed tent with hosts Ellie Kemper and Zach Cherry. Production is currently underway in the UK, with six one-hour episodes set to stream in 2023.
★Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn will not be appearing in the sixth or seventh seasons of the Netflix series. She missed the Season 5 reunion episode claiming she had COVID, and Andy Cohen pressed her on Watch What Happens Live about rumors that she faked her illness, as she was seen two days later shooting a campaign. Quinn clarified she had 'tested positive' to do the shoot, as in negative for COVID. Quinn said she is now focused on her new business RealOpen.
★Paramount+ will honor Nichelle Nichols during the annual Star Trek Day with a special video presentation to 'honor the impact and influence' of Nichols. Star Trek Day will stream live beginning at Noon Pacific Time on Thursday, September 8.
★Oscar winner Ariana DeBose will star in the Blumhouse psychological thriller House of Spoils for Amazon Prime Video. DeBose will play an ambitious chef who opens her first restaurant, a farm-to-table affair on a remote estate. She soon battles kitchen chaos, a dubious investor, crushing self doubts and the powerful spirit of the estate’s previous owner threatening to sabotage her at every turn.
★Kelly Thiebaud will be reprising the role of Eva Vasquez as she returns to ABC's Station 19 for the sixth season. Thiebaud last appeared during the show's third season.
★Obi-Wan Kenobi's Simone Kessell will be joining the second season of Showtime's Yellowjackets as the adult Lottie Matthews. The teen version of the character was played by Courtney Eaton, who has been promoted to a series regular.
★Gwyneth Paltrow will appear as a guest Shark on ABC's Shark Tank, which is entering its 14th season. The season premiere will air live on September 23.
★The second season of Ryan Murphy's Feud, which will tell the tale of how Truman Capote's circle of friends turned on him after he published excerpts from his unfinished novel Answered Prayer, is adding Tom Hollander, Diane Lane and Calista Flockhart to the already announced Naomi Watts and Chloë Sevigny. Hollander will take on the role of Capote.
★HLN's How It Really Happened with Jesse L. Martin returns for its seventh season on Sunday, August 28 at 9:00 PM with a special two-hour episode that looks at the baffling case of The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann. The season will include another two-hour episode that explores the tragic death of basketball superstar Kobe Bryant.
★The Voice has announced the new season's team of Battle Advisors. Team Legend's advisor is Jazmine Sullivan. Working with Team Camila Cabello is Charlie Puth. Team Blake will have Jimmie Allen, and Team Gwen will have Sean Paul. The season premieres Monday, September 19 at 8:00 PM.
★Mattel's Pictionary game show will premiere in Syndication nationally on Monday, September 12. Check local listings for time and channel. Jerry O'Connell will host, with an all-star line-up of celebrity guest captains on each show including Amanda Seales, Loni Love, Cristela Alonzo, Ross Mathews, Amanda Kloots, Akbar Gbajabiamila, Natalie Morales, and more.
★Ving Rhames, Nicholas Hoult, Hannah Waddingham & Cecily Strong have joined the cast of the new Garfield movie with Chris Pratt and Samuel L. Jackson.
★Patricia Arquette's feature directorial debut, Gonzo Girl, in which she will star along with Camila Morrone and Willem Dafoe, has added Ray Nicholson, Elizabeth Lail, Leila George & Rick Springfield to the cast.
★The Tony Award-winning revival of Take Me Out will be getting a revival at the Schoenfeld Theatre beginning October 27. The first revival's stars Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jesse Williams will return to their roles, with further casting to be announced.
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