CBS has announced its Fall 2023 schedule with “Yellowstone” to make its broadcast debut on Sunday, September 17th whilst “SEAL Team” also returns to broadcast on November 2nd. Docuseries “FBI True” premieres October 3rd. [Source: CBS]
One week before its originally scheduled August 10th return, Max has delayed the second season of its comedy “Rap S—” to November 9th. A double episode will premiere that day followed by weekly drops until the December 21st finale.
It joins FX’s “A Murder at the End of the World” as shows that have moved from August to November due to the ongoing industrial action of the twin strikes hitting Hollywood. [Source: Variety]
Comedy Central has set a September 4th premiere date for the telemovie “Office Race” starring Joel McHale, Beck Bennett, Kelsey Grammer, Alyson Hannigan and J.B. Smoove.
Bennett plays an unambitious office worker who goes to great lengths to one up his exercise-obsessed, micromanaging boss (McHale). Jared Lapidus directs from a script he co-wrote with James Kilmoon (“Impractical Jokers”). [Source: Comedy Central]
The Summer I Turned Pretty
Jenny Han’s teen drama series “The Summer I Turned Pretty” has been renewed for a ten-episode third season on Prime Video. The show’s second season premiere more than doubled its first season viewership.
Amazon says the greenlight was made official internally before the WGA and SAG-AFTRA went on strike with no work to begin until labor negotiations between the guilds and the studios have been resolved. [Source: TV Line]
Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight
Netflix has released the official trailer for the third season of DreamWorks Animation’s “Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight” featuring Jack Black reprising his role as Dragon Warrior Po.
As the quest to destroy the powerful Tianshiang weapons points them toward England, Po and the Dragon Warriors’ voyage turns treacherous when faced with menacing pirates from Mr. Ping’s past. The new season will be available for streaming on September 7th.