TV NEWS THIS WEEK: New Shows and Season ALERT


  • "Emily in Paris" Gets Premiere Date: Emily is still in Paris! Netflix has announced the premiere date for the second season of “Emily In Paris.” After a successful first season launch last fall, the comedy series starring Lily Collins will return on December 22nd.
  • “Colin in Black & White” First Look Clip: Netflix is giving us a first look at the upcoming series based on Colin Kaepernick’s life. He was on hand to introduce clip, which was released as part of the Netflix Tudum fan event, as part of the six-part narrative drama. “Colin in Black & White” debuts on October 29th.Check out the clip on the right…
  • Meghan McCain Returns to TV: Meghan McCain has returned to TV. She was on NBC’s “Meet the Press” as a panelist. yesterday. She joinedAmy Walter, editor-in-chief and publisher of the Cook Political Report; Leigh Ann Caldwell, NBC News Capitol Hill correspondent; and Eddie Glaude, Jr. of Princeton University to discuss President Joe Biden’s domestic spending plan. It marks her first time on TV since she left “The View.”
  • “Bridgerton” Drops Season 2 Trailer: On the upcoming season of “Bridgerton,” the storyline will explore Anthony Bridgerton – played by Jonathan Bailley– and his quest for love. We don’t have an exact premiere date.
  • Netflix Debuts New “Stranger Things” Teaser: We’re getting hyped for season four of “Stranger Things.” Netflix has unveiled a new teaser for the upcoming fourth season, which premieres sometime in 2022. It starts with a throwback to the 1950s, set to Ella Fitzgerald’s“Dream A Little Dream Of Me,” and then we jump to the 80s as things start to go haywire.
  • "The Crown" Season 5 Gets Premiere Date At Netflix:You can officially look forward to season five of “The Crown.” After sweeping the Emmys in its fourth season, Netflix has given the upcoming season of the Royal drama a November 2022 premiere date.
  • "The Witcher" Renewed For Season 3:“The Witcher” isn’t over yet. Ahead of the second season, which launches later this year, Netflix has renewed the series based on the hit video game for a third season. The Witcher verse is also expanding, with another anime series, along with new kids and families series.

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