APPLE TV+: Shantaram (Premiere)
BET HER: King of the Castle (Premiere)
BRAVO: The Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip (Premiere) at 8pm
CW: Penn & Teller: Fool Us (Premiere) at 8pm
CW: Whose Line Is It Anyway (Premiere) at 9pm
FREEVEE: High School (Premiere)
MAGNOLIA: Fixer Upper: The Castle (Premiere) at 9pm
MAGNOLIA: Make Yourself at Home (Premiere) at 9:30pm
NETFLIX: Holy Family (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Black Butterflies (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Take 1 (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Everything Calls for Salvation (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Mismatched (Premiere)
PBS: Next at the Kennedy Center (Premiere) at 9pm
ROKU CHANNEL: Martha Gardens (Premiere)
WE TV: Love After Lockup (Finale) at 9pm

(SATURDAY 10/15/22)
CRUNCHYROLL: The Little Lies We Tell (Premiere)
DISNEY CHANNEL: The Owl House (Premiere) at 8pm
ID: Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry? (Premiere) at 10pm
NETFLIX: Under the Queen’s Umbrella (Premiere)
NBC: Saturday Night Live – Host: Megan Thee Stallion, Musical Guest: Megan Thee Stallion at 11:30pm

(SUNDAY 10/16/22)
PBS: Miss Scarlet and the Duke on Masterpiece (Premiere) at 8pm
PBS: Magpie Murders on Masterpiece (Premiere) at 9pm
PBS: Annika on Masterpiece (Premiere) at 10pm
STARZ: Step Up (Premiere) at 10pm

Netflix announced its new subscription tier, Basic with Ads, will launch November 3 and cost $6.99/month. There will be 4-5 minutes of ads per hour, though marquee original films will be limited to pre-roll spots to “preserve the cinematic model,” said Netflix COO Greg Peters. Some series and movies will not be available at launch, due to licensing restrictions, and users will not be able to download titles. The new tier will arrive ahead of the scheduled debut of Disney+’s ad-supported offering, priced at $7.99.
(Source: Cynopsis)

CNN’s new morning show, hosted by Kaitlin Collins, Poppy Harlow and Don Lemon, will debut on November 1. The show, which replaces “New Day,” has been named “CNN This Morning” and will focus on reporting more than opinion, with the new theme, “bringing the world home.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Trevor Noah’s last day hosting Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” will be Thursday, December 8. Leading up to Noah’s last day, the show will look back at the best moments of his seven-year run.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Sylvester Stallone, Bear Grylls (“Man vs. Wild”) and Endemol Shine North America are partnering to create a “genre-bending” adventure series. “My goal has always been to push the envelope not only in life, but in all of my creative endeavors,” said Stallone. “Nothing is more satisfying than mixing the improbable with the incredible and creating the unforgettable. What we have planned is epic, beautiful and game-changing.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Martin Scorsese is attached to executive produce a TV series project from Miramax Television based on the 1927 book The Gangs of New York, which was turned in a 2002 film directed by Scorsese, reports Deadline. Scorsese would also direct the first two episodes of the series. The project was developed internally at Miramax TV and written by Brett Leonard (“Fear the Walking Dead”).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Kurt Sutter (“Sons of Anarchy”) landed a series order from Netflix for “The Abandons.” The western drama series follows a group of outlier families pursuing their Manifest Destiny in 1850s Oregon when a corrupt force of wealth and power tries to force them out. Sutter will serve as showrunner and EP via his SutterInk.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Disney Branded Television has picked up to series “Pretty Freekin Scary,” part of a first-look deal with Cakestart and former Disney exec Kory Lunsford. The sitcom is based on the books from Cakestart Entertainment, where Lunsford is now President and Partner, and Cloudco Entertainment. The 20-episode first season is slated to debut in summer 2023 on Disney Channel and Disney+.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Hulu has ordered Interior Chinatown, based on the bestseller by Charles Yu, from 20th Television and Creator/Exec Producer Yu. Jimmy O. Yang (“Crazy Rich Asians”) will star. The series follows an actor swept up in a criminal web.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Limited series “Heatwave, following relationship drama on a family holiday, is in development at HBO Max. The project comes from director Shannon Murphy, writer Anna Symon, and Tiger Aspect Productions.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Coming-of-age docuseries “God. Family. Football.”, about the high school football coach who came out of retirement to lead the Louisiana football program he founded back to national prominence, scored a series order from Freevee. The series comes from Propagate, Watershed and Ascending Media Group.
(Source: Cynopsis)

OUTtv has commissioned three new reality series: dating competition “For The Love of DILFS”; “Miami Dolls,” set in a drag venue; and “Hot Haus Uncut,” a spinoff of “Hot Haus.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Boat Rocker preschool series “Dino Ranch” has been renewed for a third season, to air on Disney Junior and Disney+ in the U.S in fall 2023, followed by an international rollout on Disney Junior in Latin America and streaming on Disney+ in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
(Source: Cynopsis)

WildBrain announced new-season greenlights for kids’ shows “Fireman Sam” and “Polly Pocket,” based on the Mattel brands.
(Source: Cynopsis)

All six episodes of Prime Video western drama “The English,” starring Emily Blunt (“A Quiet Place”) and Chaske Spencer (“Wild Indian”), will drop November 11.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Turner Classic Movies series “Reframed” will return for season two on November 5, with the theme, “Films That Shaped Our Culture.” Starting the lineup is 1932’s “I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Drama “Mood” premieres Sunday, November 6 at 10p on BBC America and AMC+. The six-part series centers on a would-be recording artist struggling in an influencer world.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Food Network has the holidays covered, starting with “Christmas Cookie Challenge,” returning Sunday, November 6 at 8p, followed the next day by Holiday Baking Championship” at 8p and “Holiday Baking Championship: Gingerbread Showdown” at 10p. “Beat Bobby Flay: Holiday Throwdown” premieres Tuesday, November 8 at 9p, and “Kids Baking Championship: Gobble Goodies” kicks off Monday, November 28 at 9p. Which appears to be a winning recipe. “Food Network’s fourth quarter programming is a holiday wonderland for viewers year after year, reaching more than 59M P2+ viewers last year,” said Jane Latman, President, Home & Food Content and Streaming, Warner Bros. Discovery. “Food Network’s holiday programming has become a tradition in homes around the country.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Documentary “Santa Camp” premieres on HBO Max in November, after its debut at the IFC Center as part of DOC NYC on November 12. The film follows the action at a summer campsite where professional Santas learn the tricks of the trade, and tackle the lack of diversity in the Santa industry.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Comedy Central digital special “Stand-Up & Vote Early,” in partnership with Michelle Obama’s nonpartisan voting initiative When We All Vote, will feature stand-up sets from comedians discussing democracy and voting in the US. The stand-up special will debut on Monday, October 24 ahead of Vote Early Day (Friday, October 28) at 8p on Comedy Central’s Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and YouTube.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Bleacher Report welcomes the return of the NBA regular season with its biggest slate of live and original NBA-themed programming for the first week of the NBA Tip-Off. The lineup includes hours of original programming and round-the-clock coverage punctuated by a live interactive fan experience in downtown Los Angeles ahead of the Lakers/Clippers game that will feature a livestream celebration of LeBron James’ 20 years in the league, Through the Wire live show, special e-comm drop, and more.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Yankees launched their postseason run with a four-year viewership high as Game 1 against the Guardians in the MLB American League Division Series Game 1 on TBS on Tuesday averaged a 3.05 rating and 5.35 million viewers. That ranks as the largest audience for an LDS Game 1 since Yankees-Red Sox on TBS four years ago (5.57M).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Major League Soccer drew year-to-year gains for its 2022 on Disney-owned platforms. The league averaged 343,000 viewers for the season, up 16% to rank as the best MLS season on ESPN and ABC networks since 2007.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Halloween Ends – Jaime Lee Curtis, Anthony Michael Hall, Kyle Richards, Andi Matichak, Will Patton, Stephanie McIntyre, Nick Castle Jr., James Jude Courtney, Rohan Campbell
Till (Limited Release) – Danielle Deadwyler, Jalyn Hall, Frankie Faison, Haley Bennett, Jamie Renell, Whoopi Goldberg, Sean Patrick Thomas, John Douglas Thompson


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