‘For All Mankind’ Season 4 Teaser Pitches Careers on Mars as Apple TV+ Alt History Drama Hits the Year 2000 (TV News Roundup)

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Apple TV+ has released the first teaser trailer for the fourth season of its critically acclaimed space drama “For All Mankind,” which is set to make its release via the streamer on Nov. 10.

“Rocketing into the new millennium in the eight years since Season 3, Happy Valley has rapidly expanded its footprint on Mars by turning former foes into partners. Now 2003, the focus of the space program has turned to the capture and mining of extremely valuable, mineral-rich asteroids that could change the future of both Earth and Mars. But simmering tensions between the residents of the now-sprawling international base threaten to undo everything they are working towards,” reads the show’s official logline.

The Season 4 cast sports a slew of returners, including Joel Kinnaman, Wrenn Schmidt, Krys Marshall, Edi Gathegi, Cynthy Wu and Coral Peña. Toby Kebbell, Tyner Rushing, Daniel Stern and Svetlana Efremova join to round out its cast.

“For All Mankind” was created by Emmy award winner Ronald D. Moore and Emmy nominees Ben Nedivi and Matt Wolpert. alongside Moore and Maril Davis of Tall Ship Productions, as well as David Weddle, Bradley Thompson and Seth Edelstein. 

Watch the teaser below. 



“Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen” has been acquired by CBS to temporarily take over the 12:37 a.m. timeslot vacated by “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” That timeslot will eventually be replaced with a new version of the former Comedy Central series “@midnight” — but after the Hollywood strikes are resolved. For now, “Comics Unleashed” will fill the slot in a limited run with nightly airings beginning on Monday, Sept. 18, the network announced Monday. 

The round-style comedy talk show features Allen speaking with a panel of rotating comedians, including Sebastian Maniscalco, Tiffany Haddish, Gabriel Iglesias, Cedric the Entertainer, Howie Mandel, Leslie Jones, Wayne Brady, Roy Wood, Jr., Whitney Cummings, JB Smoove, Billy Gardell, Margaret Cho, Brad Garrett, Sheryl Underwood, Adam Carolla, Gina Yashere, Dane Cook, Sinbad, George Wallace, Caroline Rhea, Tommy Davidson, David Alan Grier, Kevin Hart, Chelsea Handler, Katt Williams, Dennis Miller, Jamie Kennedy, Iliza Shlesinger, Jon Lovitz, Bill Bellamy, Mike Epps, Monique, Tom Papa, Gary Owen, Natasha Leggero, Deon Cole, Lisa Ann Walter, Marc Maron, Anthony Anderson and Russell Peters.

“Comics Unleased” has been been in first-run syndication since September 2006. The show is produced by Allen Media Group while Allen, Carolyn Folks and Jennifer Lucas serve as executive producers. 


Spoiler: the Kardashians star in all-new “The Kardashians” Season 4 trailer. The Hulu original returns to the streamer on Sept. 28 with new episodes premiering each Thursday.

Per the season’s synopsis, “The cameras are back with all access to the personal and private lives of Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie. From second chances and new beginnings to unexpected blessings, they continue to bare it all together, a reminder that the most beautiful part of life is family.”

The show is executive produced by Ben Winston of Fulwell 73, Emma Conway, Elizabeth Jones and Danielle King. King also serves as showrunner.



Max has debuted the trailer for their upcoming animated comedy series “Young Love,” adapted from Matthew A. Cherry’s Academy Award-winning short film “Hair Love.”

The series follows a pair of young Black parents voiced by Scott Mescudi, better known as Kid Cudi, and “Insecure” creator Issa Rae.

The logline for the show reads, “’Young Love’ gives an honest, heartfelt, and comedic glimpse into the lives of African American millennial parents Stephen Love and Angela Young as they experience the relatable ups and downs of modern life. In remission following a battle with cancer, Angela struggles to balance her work as a stylist with the demands of parenthood, while Stephen attempts to carve out a career as a musician in an ultra-competitive industry.”

In addition to Mescudi and Rae, the series also features the voice talents of Brooke Monroe Conaway, Loretta Devine, Harry Lennix, Tamar Braxton, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Debra Wilson, among others.

Matthew A. Cherry, Monica A. Young, Karen Rupert Toliver, Carl Jones, David Steward II, Carl Reed serve as executive producers; Karen Malach serves as producer. “Young Love” is produced in partnership with Sony Pictures Animation.

Watch the trailer below.



At the mere age of 18 years old, Vance Walker has been named the Season 15 winner of “American Ninja Warrior,” making him the first-ever winner with cerebral palsy. 

On Tuesday, Walker became the third-ever contestant to walk away with the coveted $1 million prize which is only awarded to contestants who advance through all four stages of the national finals and climb the 75-foot Mt. Midoriyama rope in less than 30 seconds. 

Walker was diagnosed with a rare form of cerebral palsy (spastic diplegia) at 18 months, forcing him to wear leg braces throughout his childhood. His parents were originally told Walker would never be able to walk without said braces, with him still engaging in routine physical therapy appointments and stretching to maintain the condition.

“It’s amazing to be able to live out your dream, especially when everyone said you’d never be able to,” Walker said. “In the words of Post Malone, ‘They said I wouldn’t be nothing, now they always say congratulations.’”

Ahead of competing on the 15th season of “American Ninja Warrior,” Walker previously won “American Ninja Warrior Junior” twice in its first two seasons. He made his debut on the mainstay series during Season 13, going on to place third overall.


Emmy-award winner Carrie Preston will be honored with the Canopy Award at this year’s North Fork TV Festival. The 2023 North Fork TV Festival marks the event’s return to an in-person slate of screenings, set to take place on Nov. 18.

The Canopy Award commemorates a New York TV community member, celebrating its recipient’s creative ambitions of diverse storytelling in the space. Past Canopy recipients include J. Smith-Cameron, Jeremy Sisto, Kelsey Grammer and Aida Turturro. In tribute to the reward, a Q&A session with Preston will be moderated by Jenn Lyon. 

“We are honored to have Carrie Preston as this year’s recipient of the Canopy Award,” said festival Founder Noah Doyle. “Preston is the embodiment of what this award stands for. Carrie’s artistic range, involvement in front of and behind the camera and magnetic presence as an actress makes her a no brainer when it comes to this award. Over the years, Carrie has been a distinctly powerful voice within New York’s television landscape, which is what the North Fork TV Festival aims to highlight each year.”

Additional programming includes “Frasier: The Next Chapter Beings – A Conversation with Tom Russo,” a Q&A with the “Frasier” executive producer about the series returns this fall. Additional in-person screenings of the Independent Script & TV Pilot Competition winners will be showcased.


CrimeCon, an annual convention for true crime fans, will now be available to stream live via Fox Nation, giving subscribers a look into all 12 key presentations set across the three-day weekend .

Standout sessions include a conversation with former “How to Catch a Predator” host Chris Hansen, a keynote session with legal analyst Nancy Grace and a look into Paul Holes’s white whale case.

Fox Nation will also be hosting a wide range of bonus content like exclusive interviews with some of CrimeCon’s anticipated guests. This year’s event is presented by Oxygen True Crime and will be run from Sept. 22 to Sept 24 in Orlando, Fla.


The 39th annual Boston Film Festival has unveiled its 2023 film lineup, which will include a first look at the upcoming NBC series “Found” from Nkechi Okoro Caroll along with other true crime thrillers, Massachusetts spotlight films and a full slate of narrative and documentary features.

Treat Williams, who died in June, will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the festival, received by his wife Pam Van Sant and son Gil Williams. The presentation of the award will follow the screening of Sean McEwen’s “American Outlaws” which stars Williams alongside India Eisley, Emory Cohen and Sam Strike. Also being honored is Dermot Mulroney who will be awarded the Film Excellence award for his lead role in James Rowe’s “Breakwater,” the festival’s opening night feature.

Boston Film Festival 2023 will run in-person from Sept. 21 to Sept 24 and will run virtually from Sept. 22 to Sept. 30.


The annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews event is set to feature conversations from the cast and crew of shows including “Dancing With the Stars,” “Lessons in Chemistry,” “Love is Blind” and others. Guests will include the D’Amelio family, Lee Eisenberg, Julianne Hough and Robert Kirkman.

“As we proudly announce our annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews lineup, we are excited to continue our tradition of providing television enthusiasts with an exclusive glimpse into the upcoming fall television season,” said Maureen J. Reidy, president and CEO of the Paley Center. “This year’s remarkable lineup, featuring discussions with industry luminaries, stars, and creative visionaries, promises to be a captivating experience for all.”

Hosted by the Paley Center for Media, the 17th installment of this event will be virtual, available starting Sept. 22 via the Paley Center’s YouTube channel.


Vivica A. Fox, Syleena Johnson, Chanel Nicole Scott and Kendra G. are set to lead James DuBose’s In The Black Network’s (ITBN) inaugural talk show “Crowned,” which will make its debut via the streamers’ AVOD platform on Oct. 2.

In each episode, the four leading women will spark conversations surrounding their personal experiences, offering an unfiltered perspective that will “straighten each other’s crowns,” followed by live musical performances by guest artists.

“At In The Black Network, we want to offer content that speaks directly to the community and provide programming that’s entertaining, inspiring and educational,” said ITBN’s CEO/founder DuBose. “I am honored to have the opportunity to continue to work with amazing talent like Vivica, Syleena, Chanel and Kendra. Collaborating with first-rate talent as well as media platforms will help us evolve our programming as we aim to continue our efforts to uplift our community and culture.” 

Alongside “Crowned,” ITBN has secured partnerships with MERGETV to create a portfolio of faith-based content and Homestead Entertainment to bring over 800+ films and scripted series to its AVOD platform. 


CBS has unveiled its upcoming fall daytime line up, which includes the return of classic soaps “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” along with game shows “The Price is Right” and “Let’s Make a Deal.”

Emmy-winning game show “The Price is Right” returns Sept. 25 for Season 52 which will be hosted by none other than Drew Carey. This marks Carey’s 17th season with “Price” as the show welcomes back a full in-studio audience for the first time since 2020. “Let’s Make a Deal” will be celebrating its 60th TV anniversary as its new season premieres Sept. 25, marking host Wayne Brady’s 15th anniversary as well.

“Y&R” returns Oct. 3 for its 51st year on television with returning cast members like Veronica Redd as Mamie Johnson and Michael Damian as Danny Romalotti, and sister soap “B&B” returns to CBS on Sept. 21 for its 37th season.

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