On tap for this week’s edition of “Renewed and Returning” are new seasons of series on Food Network, Travel Channel, Investigation Discovery and VH1.
Food Network has picked up a second season of the primetime competition baking series Best Baker in America.
The series features elite bakers competing in a variety of challenges while demonstrating their technical skills and ability to execute under pressure. The baker to come out on top gets a cash prize. The new season of seven episodes will go into production in early 2018, and is slated for a spring premiere.
Elsewhere, Andrew Zimmern returns to Travel Channel to explore the food and stories behind notable characters, cultures and mythologies in Bizare Foods.
Premiering on Jan. 23 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the seven-episode season plunges Zimmern into the history of the Aztecs in Mexico; traces Napoleon’s march through Poland; and the folklore behind some of North America’s most famed personalities including Don Juan
Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2018/01/05/renewed-and-returning-bizarre-foods-americas-next-top-model/
On tap for this week’s edition of ‘Renewed and Returning’ are new seasons of series on OutTV, BBC1, Discovery, HGTV, TLC and Channel 5.
OutTV has greenlit a third season of Boulet Brothers Productions’ drag competition series Dragula. The show gives participants the opportunity to compete for the title of the world’s “next drag supermonster” and features “drag to die for”, challenges and drama. The third season of Dragula will premiere on OUTtv in fall 2018.
BBC1 has commissioned RDF West for another season of Shop Well for Less? The
4 x 60-minute series will be produced out of RDF’s Bristol office. The One Show presenter Alex Jones and BBC Breakfast’s Business correspondent Steph McGovern return to help families change the way they shop without changing their lifestyle.
Discovery Channel’s Killing Fields is back for a third season on Jan. 4 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. In the new season, Discovery heads to
Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/12/08/renewed-and-returning-the-wine-show-killing-fields/
The case of the killing of Kelley Stage Clayton will be featured Sunday on an episode of Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall, airing at 9 p.m. on Investigation Discovery (Spectrum Cable channel 138).
Hall works with a team of correspondents on the show, which features a panel format along with interviews.
For this episode, Hall interviewed prosecutors, law enforcement and family members involved in the case, along with journalists who covered it.
Hall developed an interest in covering crime and domestic abuse after the still-unprosecuted murder of her sister in 2004.
The case was previously featured in March on an episode of NBC’s news magazine show Dateline.
Deadline: Crime’s presentation promises to be very different, because of the differing format of the show.
Thomas Clayton, Kelley’s husband, and his former employee Michael Beard were both convicted of first-degree murder in her death.
Clayton hired Beard to kill his wife
Read more at: http://www.the-leader.com/news/20171026/clayton-case-returning-to-tv
On tap for this week’s edition of ‘Renewed and Returning’ are new seasons of series on Audience, Science Channel, Discovery and Investigation Discovery.
The sports themed series The Religion of Sports – from executive producers NFL quarterback Tom Brady and Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Strahan – returns for a second season. The Dirty Robber Productions-made series kicks off with FC Lampedusa, the Hamburg, Germany soccer club made up entirely of international refugees. Religion of Sports airs Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ATT’s Audience Network.
Kevin Delaney, meanwhile, will return for a sophomore season run of Science Channel’s Street Science (pictured). The series sees Delaney building, executing and nailing the science behind large-scale experiments. Combining scientific method with humor and curiosity, Delaney brings science to the streets to show how relevant science is to our everyday lives. The second 14 x 30-minute season of
Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/10/16/renewed-and-returning-street-science-homestead-rescue/
This October, Investigation Discovery, America’s most-watched true crime network, celebrates the spookiest month of the year with the scariest stories of all: ones that are real. Featuring the premiere of three new series and the return of one hair-raising fan-favorite, ID’s packed lineup is sure to make you question what that bump in the night truly is.
The month kicks off with a new series that hits a little too close to home. In HOME ALONE (Thursday, October 12 at 10/9c), quiet, suburban homes become the setting for unimaginable horror, featuring stories of angry stalkers, disgruntled exes and holiday celebrations turned bloody. Four days later comes the premiere of HORROR AT THE CECIL HOTEL (Monday, October 16 at 10/9c), which explores the shocking number of deaths and tragedies associated with Los Angeles’
Read more at: https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Three-New-Series-Returning-Favorite-Head-to-Investigation-Discovery-This-October-20170929
The 2017-18 TV season is in full swing, so here is Deadline’s annual rundown of fall premiere dates for new series and returning shows. The list covers hundreds of broadcast, cable and streaming series bowing between September 1 and December 31 and some high-profile one-off programs. Please send any additions or adjustments to email@example.com. We’ll update the post regularly as more dates are revealed.
Narcos (Netflix, Season 3)
American Masters (PBS, Season 31)
The Governor (Acorn TV, Season 1-2; U.S. premiere)
The Ruth Rendell Mysteries: The Next Chapters (BrtiBox, Seasons 1-3)
The Bobby and Demaris Show (Food Network, new unscripted series)
The Best Thing I Ever Ate (Cooking Channel, Season 7; new network)
Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall (Investigation Discovery, Season 5)
Mighty Cruise Ships (Smithsonian Channel, Season 2)
Mighty Trains (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)
The X Factor UK (AXS, Season 14)
Diesel Brothers (Discovery, Season 3)
Gear Dogs (Discovery, new docuseries)
Biggie: The Life of Notorious
Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/09/fall-tv-premiere-dates-2017-new-returning-shows-list-1202116222/
On tap for this week’s edition of Renewed and Returning are new seasons for shows on BBC, WE tv, Discovery Family, Investigation Discovery and more.
The BBC has commissioned STV Productions to produce four more series of the long running show, Antiques Road Trip, for BBC1. Series 15-18 of Antiques Road Trip (80 x 45 minutes) are now in production and will air over two years. The series follows the country’s top antiques experts as they battle it out to find quirky and valuable antiques to auction off for profit, with all revenue going to the Children in Need charity.
STV has also been commissioned by the BBC to produce a seventh season (20 x 60 minutes) of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, featuring a new roster of celebrity antique hunters including Ricky Tomlinson, Stephen Tompkinson, Hayley Mills, Pam Ayres, Brian Conley, Chesney Hawkes and Debbie McGee.
Elsewhere, WE tv’s docuseries Mary Mary (produced by eOne) will return for its sixth and
Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/08/25/renewed-and-returning-mary-mary-homicide-hunter-lt-joe-kenda/
On tap for this week’s Renewed and Returning are new seasons of shows on Channel 4, DIY Network and Investigation Discovery.
UK pubcaster Channel 4 has commissioned a second series of Boomerang’s Extreme Cake Makeovers. The (30×30) series (pictured) looks at the success and failures of the elite bakers who whip cakes into works of edible art. The series is commissioned by C4′s David Sayer and executive produced by Sam Grace. “Viewers proved to have a great appetite for this winning recipe of spectacular and delicious cakes and so we are delighted to commission a further series as part of daytime’s continuing drive to increase its output from the nations and regions,” said Sayer in a statement.
Channel 4 has also commissioned All3Media’s prodco betty to make another three seasons of The Undateables. Season seven of The Undateables (5×60), is currently in
Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/06/30/renewed-and-returning-extreme-cake-makeovers-the-undateables/
The 2016-17 TV season is over, so here’s our annual list of summer premiere dates for new series and new seasons of returning shows. The list covers more than 300 broadcast, cable and streaming programs bowing from late May through August and some high-profile one-off programs. Please send any additions or adjustments to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll update the post regularly as more dates are revealed.
Dirty Dancing (ABC, new telefilm)
Bakers vs. Fakers (Food Network, Season 2)
Speed Is the New Black (Velocity, new unscripted series)
Moltissimo (Viceland, Season 2)
The Red Nose Day Special (NBC, new special)
Beat Shazam (Fox, new game show series)
Love Connection (Fox, game show revival)
Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta (WE tv, new unscripted series)
Bloodline (Netflix, Season 3; final season)
Delicious (Acorn TV, Season 1; U.S. premiere)
Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro (Food Network, Season 25)
Expedition Mungo (Animal Planet, new unscripted series)
Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/05/summer-tv-premiere-dates-2017-new-returning-shows-list-1202057091/
In this week’s renewed and returning, new seasons of shows are on tap for ABC Television Network, Investigation Discovery, History and more.
Returning for its third season, 20/20: In An Instant retells first-hand accounts of harrowing tales of survival. The series features interviews with the people whose lives were on the line and those who were integral to helping them survive. The series is produced by Committee Films in association with ABC News’ Lincoln Square Productions and premieres June 3 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on the ABC Television Network.
Investigation Discovery (ID) greenlit a second season of the network’s original series, Murder Chose Me from Jupiter Entertainment. Featuring stories and case files from detective Rod Demery, the series reflects on his 14 years as a homicide detective – a career he was drawn to after his own mother was murdered. In Murder Chose Me, first-person storytelling meets a gritty southern backdrop as Demery personifies how
Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/05/26/renewed-and-returning-alone-man-fire-food/