Hulu has unveiled that all 10 episodes of Season 3 of “The Great” will be available on May 12, along with a first-look image.
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In the upcoming third season, Catherine (Elle Fanning) and Peter (Nicholas Hoult) strive to mend their marriage following Catherine’s imprisonment of his friends and an attempt on his life. Peter also contends with visions of his deceased father (Jason Isaacs) as Catherine expands her influence across borders and grapples with the compromises required of a political leader.
The series “The Great” was created, written, and executive produced by Tony McNamara. It also features executive producers Elle Fanning, Nicholas Hoult, Marian Macgowan, Mark Winemaker, Brittany Kahan Ward of Echo Lake, Doug Mankoff, Andrew Spaulding, Ron West, Josh Kesselman from Thruline, and Civic Center Media, which produced the series in association with MRC Television.
In other TV news:
Peacock has released a first-look teaser for the upcoming series “Mrs. Davis,” set to premiere at SXSW on March 14 and debut on the streaming platform on April 20. The premiere will feature the first four episodes, followed by the release of the remaining four episodes on subsequent Thursdays.
The series follows Simone (Betty Gilpin), a nun on a mission to destroy the world’s most powerful artificial intelligence, known as “Mrs. Davis.” Alongside Betty Gilpin, the show stars Jake McDorman, Andy McQueen, Ben Chaplin, Margo Martindale, David Arquette, Elizabeth Marvel, Katja Herbers, Chris Diamantopoulos, Ashley Romans, Tom Wlaschiha, and Mathilde Ollivier. Tara Hernandez serves as showrunner, co-writer, and executive producer, alongside co-writer and executive producer Damon Lindelof. Owen Harris and Alethea Jones will direct the series and also serve as executive producers.
HBO has released the trailer for the second season of Bridget Everett’s “Somebody Somewhere,” scheduled to premiere on April 23 on HBO and HBO Max. The seven-episode season will air one new episode each Sunday, leading up to the final two episodes on May 28. The show follows Sam (Bridget Everett), who struggles to fit into the Kansas mold but finds self-discovery and a community of outsiders through singing. The cast includes Jeff Hiller, Mary Catherine Garrison, Jane Brody, Murray Hill, Mercedes White, Kailey Albus, and Meighan Gerachis, with newcomers Tim Bagley, Jennifer Mudge, and Barbara Robertson. Creators and executive producers Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen, along with Bridget Everett, also serve as executive producers. Carolyn Strauss (Mighty Mint), Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass, Mel Eslyn (Duplass Brothers Productions), and Tyler Romary are additional executive producers. Shuli Harel produced the series, with the writing team consisting of Bos, Thureen, Everett, Rachel Axler, and Lisa Kron, and direction by Duplass, Robert Cohen, and Lennon Parham.
TMZ has announced a new game show series titled “Who the Bleep Is That?” which will air for four weeks on Fox stations beginning March 6. Hosted by comedian Jeff Dye, the game show will challenge contestants to test their knowledge of celebrities by deciphering obscured images of them. The first contestant to buzz in and correctly identify the celebrity wins a point, and the contestant with the most points will have the opportunity to compete for a grand prize of $5,000. “Who the Bleep Is That?” is produced by TMZ Studios and executive produced by Harvey Levin, Tom Ruff, Ryan Regan, Charles Latibeaudiere, and Jess Fusco, with co-executive producer Susan Favre.
Fox Nation has announced that the upcoming five-part docuseries “Jussie Smollett: Anatomy of a Hoax” is set to premiere on March 13. The series will delve into the story behind Jussie Smollett’s conviction for falsely reporting a hate crime in 2019. Notably, the Osundairo brothers, who were involved in the incident, will speak out for the first time in the docuseries. Fox Nation EVP John Finley commented, “’Anatomy of a Hoax’ takes a deep dive into a scam that reverberated through the worlds of entertainment, pop culture, and politics.”
USA Network has renewed “Barmageddon” for a second season, making it the network’s strongest presence in the 18-49 demographic. Hosted and produced by Blake Shelton and Carson Daly, the game show features groups of celebrity friends competing in unconventional bar games at Shelton’s Nashville bar, Ole Red. The games include unique twists on classic activities such as Air Cannon Cornhole, Keg Curling, Drunken Axe Hole, and Sharts (“Shelton Darts”). While the guest lineup for the second season is yet to be announced, the show’s first season featured Gwen Stefani, Sheryl Crow, Trace Adkins, Kane Brown, Lil Rel Howery, and Malin Ackerman.