Starz announced that the next drama in the “Power” series, “Power Book IV: Force,” will premiere on February 6, 2022.
The series stars Joseph Sikora, who repeats his “Power” role as Tommy Egan as he leaves New York after losing Ghost (Omari Hardwick). He sets out to close an old wound he’s been haunted by for decades, but he ends up caught in a maze of family secrets and lies and finds himself in Chicago’s drug game – between the city’s two largest crews. During the first season, Tommy will use his outsider status to his advantage by breaking and rewriting local rules in a quest to become the largest drug dealer in Chicago.
Isaac Keys, Lili Simmons, Gabrielle Ryan, Shane Harper, Kris D. Lofton, Anthony Fleming III, Lucien Cambric and Tommy Flanagan also star in the series from Courtney A. Kemp and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. Kemp executive produces “Power” Universe shows through her End of Episode banner, while Jackson executive produces through G-Unit Film and Television. Mark Canton executive produces through Atmosphere Entertainment MM. End of Episodes Chris Selak, Shana Stein and Bart Wenrich also produce. Lionsgate television.
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Bravo announced that season 16 of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” will premiere on December 1 at. 21.00. Heather Dubrow returns to the series after a five-year hiatus and joins Shannon Storms Beador, Gina Kirschenheiter and Emily Simpson. New housewives include Dr. Jen Armstrong and Noella Bergener. Evolution Media produces for Bravo with Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Thomas Kelly, Brian McCarthy, Apryl Richards, Scott Dunlop and Andy Cohen as executive producers. Watch a trailer below.
Netflix announced “Voir”, the upcoming documentary series from David Fincher and David Prior, will premiere on December 6th. Each of the six sections presents a visual essay that pays homage to personal connections to the cinema through personal stories and exploration of character and craftsmanship. Fincher, Prior, Ceán Chaffin, Joshua Donen, Neil Kellerhouse, Ross M. Dinerstein and Ross Girards executives produce the series, which is written by Walter Chaw, Drew McWeeny, Taylor Ramos, Sasha Stone and Tony Zhou. “Voir” is a Campfire Studios production. Watch a trailer below.
Variety has exclusively obtained key art for “The Cleaning Lady”, Fox’s upcoming drama series, which premieres on January 3, 2022. Élodie Yung stars as a Cambodian doctor who moves to the United States to receive her son’s medical treatment, but ends up having to work as a parent. for gangsters, clean up the evidence of their crimes. Oliver Hudson, Adan Canto, Martha Millan, Valentino LaSalle and Sebastien LaSalle also star. The series is produced by Warner Bros. Television and Fox Entertainment. Executive producers include pilot author Miranda Kwok, showrunner Melissa Carter, Shay Mitchell, David Dean Portelli, Rose Marie Vega and Paola Suarez. Michael Offer instructs and produces the pilot. See the art below.
HGTV announced that the “Home Town” franchise is expanded to a multi-series franchise, starting with “Home Town Kickstart”, which is scheduled to premiere in 2022. Presented in collaboration with “People” magazine, the new series will provide six typical small cities across the country a major boost to revitalize their efforts for a much-needed fresh start. For each city, HGTV will refresh the home of a local hero, give a small business an upgrade, and breathe new life into a public space that will give back to everyone in the city. In addition, “People” will share the unique stories of each city. HGTV will also premiere a new season of its flagship series “Home Town” on December 26 at. 20. The Discovery Plus series “Home Town: Ben’s Workshop” returns for another season on December 19th.
Simon Helberg repeats his role as Howard Wolowitz from “The Big Bang Theory” in the November 18 episode of “Young Sheldon,” which airs on CBS at 6 p.m. 20. Howard gives an introduction to technique in voiceover at the beginning of the episode, which follows Sheldon’s (Iain Armitage and Jim Parsons) first engineering class ever, taught by Professor Boucher (Lance Reddick). Watch a new clip from the section below.
Nickelodeon announced that “Tyler Perry’s Young Dylan” has been renewed for a third season of 20 episodes. The series follows a family whose lives change as their nephew, aspiring hip-hop artist Dylan (Dylan Gilmer), moves in unannounced. Carl Anthony Payne II, Mieko Hillman, Mieko Hillman, Celina Smith, Hero Hunter and Jet Miller also star. Tyler Perry acts as creator and executive producer with Mark E. Swinton, Will Areu and Carmen Jones as producers. Co-heads of Nickelodeon and Awesomeness Live-Action Shauna Phelan and Zack Olin oversee production for Nickelodeon, while Brian Banks serves as Nickelodeon’s director in charge of production.
Jupiter Entertainment’s Harrison Land has launched a new production company called OverUnder Content, signed a first look agreement with Jupiter and appointed Katherine Grandy Vice President of OverUnder for Production and Development. Land will develop and produce nonfiction programming on OverUnder with a focus on feature-length documentaries and true crime. Under the first look agreement, he will continue to oversee and perform select titles at Jupiter, where he served for over a decade as senior vice president. Grandy developed and produced projects with Land at Jupiter for over seven years.
Taylor Swift, Colin Quinn and Jared Freid will star in “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” while Benedict Cumberbatch, Kevin Garnett and The War On Drugs will star in “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Taylor Swift, Aisling Bea and Elmo Lovano will star in “Late Night With Seth Meyers”. “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” will feature Kenneth Branagh and Ellie Kemper. Andrew Garfield, Jamie Dornan and Laurie Kilmartin will star in “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”
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