HGTV: 100 Day Dream Home (Premiere) at 9pm
MAX: Kendra Sells Hollywood (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Turn of the Tide (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Barbecue Showdown (Premiere)
OXYGEN: The Real Murders of Orange County (Premiere) at 9pm
STARZ: Run the World (Premiere) at 9:30pm

(SUNDAY 5/28/23)
ID: American Monster (Premiere) at 9pm
ID: Married to Evil (Premiere) at 10pM
MAGNOLIA: Silos Baking Competition (Premiere) at 8pm
OXYGEN: Killer Relationship with Faith Jenkins (Premiere) at 7pm
HBO: Succession (Finale) at 9pm
HBO: Barry (Finale) at 10pm

Next in line: Mike Pence. The former VP has been booked for CNN’s third town hall for Republican presidential candidates. Moderating the event, taking place Wednesday, June 7 at 9p in Iowa, will be Dana Bash. Pence’s town hall will come on the heels of Nikki Haley’s upcoming June 4 gathering, and Donald Trump’s on May 10.
(Source: Cynopsis)

BMW has inked a deal with Xperi that will bring access to linear TV and on demand streaming services to car owners via the Powered by TiVo platform by the end of 2023. “Our independent media platform strategy is well suited for the automotive industry as they make advancements in in-cabin technology and creating new and adaptive experiences,” said Jon Kirchner, CEO of Xperi. “Unlike existing platforms, the Powered by TiVo platform traverses entertainment mediums and gives OEMs significantly more control over the user experience.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Citadel” landed a season two order from Prime Video. The spy thriller is Prime Video’s most-watched original series outside the US, and fourth most-watched worldwide. “’Citadel’ is a truly global phenomenon,” said Jennifer Salke, Head of Amazon and MGM Studios. “Our goal was always to create a new franchise rooted in original IP that would grow Prime Video’s international audience. This show has drawn an outsize number of new international customers to Prime Video.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Another casualty of the WGA writers’ strike? The Paley Center’s “Ted Lasso” season three finale event slated for May 30 has been canceled “due to unforeseen circumstances.” Ticket holders will automatically be issued a refund.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Strong Studios (“Safehaven,” “Inside the Black Box”) is developing a true crime drama series “Hall Mills Murders,” based on a 1922 case that involved the town’s married priest and his mistress. Michael Angeli (“Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “The 100”) is set to serve as showrunner and executive producer.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Jesse Collins, Dionne Harmon and Jeannae Rouzan-Clay of Jesse Collins Entertainment will executive produce the 75th Emmy Awards, airing live coast-to-coast from LA on Monday, September 18 at 8p on Fox. Emmy nominations will be announced July 12.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Season two of HGTV’S “Build it Forward” premieres Saturday, June 10 at 6p. In collaboration with home improvement chain Lowe’s, five community heroes will receive surprise renovations for their homes and community projects.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Docuseries “The Ride,” surrounding the world of PBR (Professional Bull Riders), premieres Tuesday, May 30 on Prime Video. The show is a first-of-its-kind, behind-the-scenes look at one of the world’s fastest-growing sports.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire” starts streaming Wednesday, July 5 on Disney+. The 10-part collection of animated short films features stories from creators hailing from Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Four-part “Burden of Proof” debuts with the first two episodes Tuesday, June 6 at 9p on HBO followed by the final two episodes on Wednesday, June 7. The entire series will be available to stream on Max beginning Tuesday, June 6. The true crime series follows a man’s search for the truth about his long-missing sister.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The third and final season of HBO’s “How to with John Wilson” launches Friday, July 28 at 11p. “John has changed the way we look at the world and the way we go about our days,” said Amy Gravitt, EVP, HBO & HBO Max Comedy Programming. “‘How To’ is as singular as John is.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Netflix’s “Sweet Magnolias” returns for season three on Thursday, July 20. The drama follows lifelong friends in a small southern town.
(Source: Cynopsis)

To promote the season two premiere of “And Just Like That…”, Max is launching a four-day celebration of the franchise’s 25th anniversary at 477 Broadway in NYC from Thursday, June 8 to Sunday, June 11. This experience is designed to immerse fans in the world of the HBO series “Sex and the City,” offering the opportunity to relive moments from the show (and get a photo in front of Carrie’s laptop). Admission is free to the public on a first-come, first-served basis.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Bounce TV will honor Tina Turner with a special presentation of 2021 documentary “Tina Turner: Simply the Best” on Saturday, May 27 at 9p. The Queen of Rock died May 24 at age 83.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Pride Live will host the return of Stonewall Day Unplugged on Wednesday, May 31at Edge at Hudson Yards in NYC. The event will be livestreamed by Google, Pride Live’s streaming partner, and will feature a headline performance by pop singer and Eurovision winner Netta, along with additional performances.
(Source: Cynopsis)

All 11 episodes of “Zero to Sixty” will run consecutively to mark Memorial Day, beginning May 29 at 8a on Speedvision. The auto entertainment network is now streaming as a free ad-supported television FAST network.
(Source: Cynopsis)

E!, in partnership with NBC News Studios and Unanimous Media, explores the influence of Black culture in “Black Pop: Celebrating the Power of Black Culture.” The two-night special event, executive produced by Stephen Curry and narrated by La La Anthony, premieres June 19 at 8p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Peacock is offering a limited-time promotion of $19.99 for an annual subscription, a 60% discount off the regular price. It’s not the only streaming deal in town – Hulu’s offering a $2/month deal, and the Paramount+’ with Showtime bundle is $11.99/month.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Meta has begun its third round of layoffs, this time focused on its business groups. CEO Mark Zuckerberg had warned that as part of the company’s “year of efficiency” a fresh round of layoffs would commence in late May.
(Source: Cynopsis)

In honor of Memorial Day Weekend, the New York Jets will host their 30th military flag football game in which members of the US Marines will face off against Sailors from the USS Wasp LHD 1 on Friday, May 26, at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center.
(Source: Cynopsis)

CBS wrapped the 2022-23 broadcast season with an average 5.96 million primetime viewers, making it the most-watched broadcast network for the 15th consecutive year. The net boasted the most-viewed comedy (“Young Sheldon”), new drama (“Fire Country”), and drama (“NCIS”). Fox led among A18-49, averaging 1.0, followed by 0.9 for CBS. Overall TV usage was down 9% versus the 2021-22 season, according to Nielsen.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Little Mermaid – Halle Bailey, Jonah Hauer-King, Melissa McCarthy, Javier Bardem, Noma Dumezweni, Art Malik, Daveed Diggs, Jacob Tremblay, Awkwafina, Jessica Alexander, Martina Laird, Emily Coates, Simone Ashley
About My Father – Robert De Niro, Sebastian Maniscalco, Leslie Bibb, Kim Cattrall, David Rasche, Anders Holm, Brett Dier, Adan James Carrillo
The Machine – Bert Kreischer, Mark Hamill, Jimmy Tatro, Iva Babic, Robert Maaser, Stephanie Kurtzuba, Martyn Ford, Jess Gabor, Rita Bernard-Shaw, Nikola Djuricko
Kandahar – Gerard Butler, Navid Negahban, Ali Fazal, Bahador Foladi, Olivia-Mai Barrett, Nina Toussaint-White, Rebecca Calder, Ross Berkeley Simpson
You Hurt My Feelings (Limited Release) – Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tobias Menzies, Michaela Watkins, David Cross, Amber Tamblyn, Arian Moayed, Owen Teague, Bryan Reynoso, Trey Santiago-Hudson, Zach Cherry


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