APPLE TV+: Hello Tomorrow! (Premiere)
APPLE TV+: Make or Break (Premiere)
ESPN: 2023 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at 7pm
HBO MAX: Poor Devil! (Premiere)
HULU: Animaniacs (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Community Squad; A Girl and an Astronaut (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Ganglands (Premiere)
PRIME VIDEO: Carnival Row (Premiere)
SHOWTIME: The 12th Victim (Premiere) at 8pm
WE TV: Love After Lockup (Finale) at 9pm

(SATURDAY 2/18/23)
BET: Black + Iconic (Premiere) at 8pm
TNT & TBS: 2023 NBA All-Star Saturday Night at 8pm

(SUNDAY 2/19/23)
A&E: Biography: WWE Legends (Premiere) at 8pm
A&E: WWE Rivals (Premiere) at 10pm
ABC: American Idol (Premiere) at 8pm
ABC: The Company You Keep (Premiere) at 10pm
AXS TV: Rockstar Shuffle (Premiere) at 8pm
AXS TV: Parking Lot Payday (Premiere) at 8:30pm
BET: America in Black (Premiere) at 10pm
COURT TV: Someone They Knew With Tamron Hall (Premiere) at 9pm
DISCOVERY: Naked and Afraid (Premiere) at 8pm
FOOD NETWORK: Tournament of Champions (Premiere) at 8pm
HBO: Last Week With John Oliver (Premiere) at 11pm
HISTORY: The Food That Built America (Premiere) at 9pm
MSNBC: When Truth Isn’t Truth: The Rudy Giuliani Story (Premiere) at 10pm
NBC: Magnum P.I. (Premiere) at 9pm
PBS: All Creatures Great and Small (Finale) at 9pm
TNT & TBS: 2023 NBA All-Star Game at 8:30pm

Ryan Seacrest is leaving his job as co-host of syndicated talker “Live With Kelly and Ryan” this spring after six years, but Kelly Ripa doesn’t have to worry about getting used to a new face in the hosting seat. Seacrest is being replaced by Ripa’s husband, actor Mark Consuelos. Seacrest’s exit is timed to the start of live LA-based shows for “American Idol.” Tweeted Seacrest, “Congratulations to my brother Mark, feel free to remodel my dressing room!”.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Also headed for the exit is YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, after 25 years at the company. “I’ve decided to step back from my role as the head of YouTube and start a new chapter focused on my family, health, and personal projects I’m passionate about,” said Wojcicki in a note to staff. Taking the reins will be Neal Mohan, Chief Product Officer since 2015.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HBO Max handed a series order to “Duster,” a drama from J.J. Abrams, LaToya Morgan, and Warner Bros. Television. Rachel Hilson will star opposite Josh Holloway as the first Black female FBI agent who heads to the Southwest and recruits a getaway driver in a bold effort to take down a growing crime syndicate.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Matt Nix (“Burn Notice”) has signed a broadcast direct deal with FOX Entertainment. As part of the agreement, Nix will develop and executive produce multiple projects for FOX Entertainment that will be wholly owned by FOX and produced by its in-house unit, FOX Entertainment Studios.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Also entering into a broadcast direct deal with FOX Entertainment is show creator, writer and producer Justin Adler (“Life in Pieces”). Adler will create and develop comedy series. The deal with FOX Entertainment marks a reunion of sorts – prior to joining FOX, Michael Thorn, President of Scripted Programming, was EVP of Development at 20th Century Fox Television, where he and Cheryl Dolins, now FOX Entertainment’s SVP of Comedy Programming and Development, worked closely with Adler. “Teaming up with him again is more than just rewarding personally, it’s critical to moving the FOX comedy brand forward,” said Thorn.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Apple Studios has launched an initiative aimed at expanding careers for mid-level directors. The six-month Apple Studios Directors Program offers classes on building a career as an episodic director, discussions with seasoned professionals and opportunities to shadow directors on Apple Studios series.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Refinery has launched Turn 9, a full-service audiovisual finishing facility in Sherman Oaks, CA dedicated to the needs of brands, agencies, and IP creators across film, TV, gaming, and advertising.
(Source: Cynopsis)

ITV has commissioned a six-part “After the Flood,” produced by Nicola Shindler and Quay Street Productions in association with ITV Studios. The mystery drama, written by Mick Ford (“Stay Close”), will premiere on ITV1 and ITVX.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Veronica Cartwright (“The X-Files”) has joined the cast of The CW’s “Gotham Knights” in a recurring guest role as nursing home resident harboring sinister secrets. “The character of Eunice was originally supposed to be a one-off, but we were so blown away by Veronica’s performance, we knew we had to bring her back,” said series creators Chad Fiveash, James Stoteraux and Natalie Abrams.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Daniel Sunjata (“Echoes”) landed the lead opposite Kaitlin Olson (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”) in ABC’s untitled drama pilot from Drew Goddard and ABC Signature about a single mom who teams with a seasoned detective to solve crimes.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Limited series “Love & Death” debuts with three episodes on Thursday, April 27. The drama, written by David E. Kelley and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter, tells the true story of two churchgoing couples enjoying their smalltown Texas life until an extramarital affair leads somebody to pick up an axe.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Docuseries “Blood & Money,” telling true crime stories of greed and murder through the lens of Dick Wolf (“Law & Order”), kicks off Tuesday, March 7 at 10p with new insights on why Robert Durst’s best friend was murdered.
(Source: Cynopsis)

CNN’s “Eva Longoria: Searching for Mexico” premieres Sunday, March 26 at 9p. The six-part series follows the producer, director and “Desperate Housewives” actress across of Mexico, revealing its unique and colorful cuisines.
(Source: Cynopsis)

A&E is expanding its Sunday night WWE programming block with docuseries “Stone Cold Takes on America” and “WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures.” Produced by Lionsgate’s Pilgrim Media Group, Stone Cold Takes on America” premieres Sunday, April 30 at 10p, following WWE Superstar “Stone Cold” Steve Austin as he experiences things he missed out on while focused on his career. Kicking off the night at 9p is season 2 of “WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures.” 
(Source: Cynopsis)

New Jersey-based home renovators compress a complete home renovation into one day in “24 Hour Flip,” premiering Saturday, February 25 at 12p on A&E.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The doctor is (still) in. Season two of Disney+’s “Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.” debuts Friday, March 31.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Also headed back for a second season is “The Larkins.” The 1959-set sophomore run starts Monday, March 20 on Acorn TV.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Adult Swim’s “Royal Crackers,” centered on a crumbling cracker company and the family trying to save it, debuts Sunday, April 2 at 11p. “Like most kids, when I was a young child, I had the stereotypical dream of making an animated television program about a mediocre cracker company and the family of desperate weirdos who run it,” said creator and star Jason Ruiz. “In this childhood dream, I wanted it to air on linear TV and then stream on an app the following day. Thank you to Adult Swim and HBO Max for making that little pipe dream come true.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

ViX+ short-format thriller “Noche de Chicas” premieres February 24. The series follows five friends on a journey of discovery and revenge.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Janelle James (“Abbott Elementary”) will host the 2023 Writers Guild Awards show. The ceremony takes place March 15 in LA. “I was told that I can say whatever I want,” said James. “And after making sure that was true and that it would not be televised, that’s exactly what I’m going to do.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Oscar-nominated film “EO,” about a donkey on the move after being released from a traveling circus, will stream on Criterion Channel on Tuesday, and be available for purchase or rental on Apple, Amazon and Vudu.
(Source: Cynopsis)

As CBS soap “The Young and The Restless” heads toward its 50th anniversary on March 26, episodes guest starring series alums will begin airing in mid-March. Actors set to reprise their roles include Michael Damian, Patty Weaver, Tricia Cast, Barbara Crampton, and Veronica Redd.
(Source: Cynopsis)

As part of its ongoing partnership with LeBron James, LIFEWTR has launched its “More to Life” campaign with a new digital advertisement starring the NBA great. The ads feature James reflecting on various aspects of his life that fulfill him – his family, his community, his love for music and the arts, and being physically active. LIFEWTR will distribute more than $100,000 in grants to people who want to pursue more in their lives, starting with the students at James’ I PROMISE School in Akron, OH.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Baseball Hall of Famer Tim McCarver died February 16 of heart failure.He was 81. After his career on the field, the All-Star catcher served as a color commentator for ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox. The Emmy winner also hosted a syndicated sports interview program from 2000-17. “To a generation of fans, Tim will forever be remembered as the champion whose game-winning home run during the 1964 World Series echoes throughout time; to another, his voice will forever be the soundtrack to some of the most memorable moments in the game’s history,” said Eric Shanks, Fox Sports CEO and Executive Producer. “To us, he will forever be in our hearts.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania – Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jonathan Majors, Kathryn Newton, Bill Murray, William Jackson Harper, Randall Park
Marlowe (Limited Release) – Liam Neeson, Jessica Lange, Diane Kruger, Alan Cumming, Danny Huston, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
Of An Age (Limited Release) – Them Green, Elias Anton, Hattie Hook, Toby Derrick, Jack Kenny, Jessica Lu, Grace Graznak, Kasuni Imbulana, Verity Higgins
Emily (Limited Release) – Emma Mackey, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Fionn Whitehead, Alexandra Dowling, Amelia Gething, Adrian Dunbar, Gemma Jones, Veronica Roberts, Gerald Lepkowski, Cara Foley, Sacha Parkinson, Philip Desmeules

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