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FIRST LOOK
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ON TELEVISION (TUESDAY 8/9/22)
FOOD NETWORK: Big Bad Budget Battle (Premiere) at 10pm
HBO: Hard Knocks: Training Camp With the Detroit Lions (Premiere) at 10pm
NBC: Password (Premiere) at 10pm
NETFLIX: I Just Killed My Dad (Premiere)
TLC: My Big Fat Fabulous Life (Premiere) at 10pm
PBS: America Outdoors With Baratunde Thurston (Finale) at 9pm

Mike Tyson accused Hulu of stealing his life story for an upcoming miniseries. The fighting champion does not support the production of “Mike,” an eight-episoder that explores the highs and lows of his boxing career and personal life. “Hulu is the streaming version of the slave master,” Tyson wrote on Instagram. “Mike” debuts August 25 on Hulu.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Ryan Reynolds’ Maximum Effort Productions closed a deal with FuboTV. As part of the exclusive multi-year first-look agreement, the company will launch Maximum Effort Network, a linear channel on FuboTV, and will have a scripted deal with the streaming platform.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi signed a multi-year overall deal with Sony Pictures Television, where they have been based for the last two years. The Emmy-nominated writing-producing duo will continue to serve as showrunners and executive producers on Apple TV+ drama series “For All Mankind,” as well as develop scripted drama series across network, cable, and streaming.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Nickelodeon launched a Content Accelerator Program for underrepresented creatives. In collaboration with Rise Up Animation and Ghetto Film School, the early career program is designed to reach BIPOC and emerging professionals to pitch new kid-focused content ideas for Nick’s platforms across big kids animation, preschool and live action.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Armando Iannucci and Sam Mendes scored a pilot order at HBO. “The Franchise” will take a comedic look at franchise superhero movie-making through the eyes of a hopeful film crew.
(Source: Cynopsis)

ABC picked up the drama series “Will Trent” (working title) for a midseason launch. Starring Ramón Rodríguez, the series is one of four 2022 ABC drama pilots whose production was pushed to off-cycle and is the first to land a series order.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Music’s Greatest Mysteries” will return on August 24 at 8p on AXS TV. New episodes of the investigative series will examine whether or not President Trump’s secret service investigated Eminem, “American Idol” rigging allegations, Pat Benatar’s rock ‘n’ roll love story, Quiet Riot’s possible self-sabotage, the true story of ‘Achy Breaky Heart’, and more.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Bravo series “Real Girlfriends in Paris” will premiere September 5 at 9:15p. The series follows six young women living abroad in Paris – navigating careers, romantic rendezvous, and conflicts. The remaining nine episodes will air Mondays at 9p on Bravo and will be available to stream next-day on Peacock.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The seventh season of “Jay Leno’s Garage” will return on September 7 at 10p. Eight all-new episodes will take a look at the future of cars, with an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of SpaceX with Elon Musk. The comedian will bring viewers into the world of electric vehicles and alternative fuel sources as well, alongside a roster of fellow celebrities including Brie Larson, Post Malone and Gaten Matarazzo.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Sister Wives” will return for its 17th season on September 11 at 10p. For the past twelve years, fans have followed the relationship between Kody Brown and his four wives as they’ve expanded their family. This season, the show will take a turn when one of the wives, Christine, leaves Kody and changes the dynamic of the polygamist family.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Nicki Minaj will receive the Video Vanguard Award and perform live at the VMAs. This will be Minaj’s first performance at the MTV VMAs since 2018, which will air live on August 28 at 8p. Minaj has been nominated 17 times and is a five-time VMAs winner. She took home her first Moon Person for Best Hip Hop Video in 2011 and is nominated this year in the same category.
(Source: Cynopsis)

NFL Thursday Night Football will be on Amazon Prime Video this season and no longer on a broadcast TV or cable network.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Joe Keery, Lamorne Morris and Richa Moorjani joined the cast of “Fargo.” The upcoming fifth installment of the Emmy, AFI, Peabody and TCA Award-winning limited series will be set in 2019 and ask: When is a kidnapping not a kidnapping?
(Source: Cynopsis)

Kaley Cuoco will star in “Based on a True Story” dark comedic thriller series. The two-time Emmy nominee has a two-season deal for the series about a realtor, a plumber and a former tennis star whose lives collide. Series is written by Craig Rosenberg and executive produced by Jason Bateman.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Paramount set the lead cast for upcoming series “Sexy Beast.” The prequel to the 2000 cult British gangster movie will star John McArdle, Emun Elliott, Sarah Greene, Stephen Moyer, and Tamsin Greig in leading roles.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Margaret Cho, Joey Lauren Adams, Joanna Cassidy and Kehlani will guest star in “The L Word: Generation Q.” Previous guest stars Rosie O’Donnell and Laurel Holloman will return in their recurring roles as Carrie and Tina, and Jamie Clayton was upped to series regular playing Tess. Season three will premiere on November 18 on Showtime.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Olivia Newton-John passed away after a battle with metastatic breast cancer for more than 30 years. Husband John Easterling said she died peacefully at her ranch in Southern California on Monday morning, surrounded by family and friends. The hitmaking “Physical” singer and “Grease” actress was 73.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Street Outlaws: Fastest in America” actor Ryan Fellows died while filming early Sunday morning. Fellows was racing another driver when he lost control of the vehicle near the finish line, rolled over, and caught fire. “The Street Outlaws family is heartbroken by the accident that led to the tragic death of Ryan Fellows,” a Discovery spokesperson said. Fellows was 41.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Consummate Hollywood lawyer Bert Fields died at 93. The showbiz lawyer for Tom Cruise, the Weinsteins, George Lucas, Michael Jackson, the Beatles and many others passed away Sunday at his home in Malibu.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Two-time Pulitzer Prize winning historian David McCullough has died at 89. Two of McCullough’s most famous works – presidential biographies of Harry Truman in 1992 and John Adams in 2001 – not only won Pulitzer Prizes but were also turned into TV miniseries. McCullough was also the narrator of documentaries like Ken Burns’ “Civil War.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

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