Amazon Prime Video has renewed its series “Harlem” for a third season. The project hails from writer Tracy Oliver (“Girls Trip,” “The Blackening”). The series follows four best friends in Harlem – Camille (Meagan Good), Tye (Jerrie Johnson), Quinn (Grace Byers) and Angie (Shonique Shandai) – who navigate their careers, relationships and big city dreams. [Source: TV Line]
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Ray Romano (“Everybody Loves Raymond”) has signed on to star in Liz Feldman’s forthcoming eight-episode dark comedy “No Good Deed” at Netflix.
Romano will play Paul, an L.A. contractor desperate to retire, pay off his debts and get out. The story follows three very different families vying to buy the very same 1920s Spanish style villa that they think will solve all their problems. [Source: Variety]
A three-part documentary series is on the way about the famed Canadian teen soap “Degrassi” which tackled hard-hitting storylines for teens in the 80s and 90s including teen pregnancy, racism, AIDS and child abuse.
The series will offer behind-the-scenes footage and interviews going deep into the show’s lore. Creators, cast, crew, fans, and filmmakers are all involved in the project produced by WildBrain and Peacock Alley. Lisa Rideout will direct. [Source: Variety]
Josh Duhamel and Minka Kelly are set to star in the Netflix romance-fueled family contemporary western series “Ransom Canyon” which has received a ten-episode order.
The series charts the intersecting lives of three ranching families, all set against the rugged expanse of Texas Hill Country. April Blair created the series and serves as executive producer. [Source: Variety]
Hulu has premiered the trailer for the twelfth and final season of the beloved Canadian comedy series “Letterkenny” with all six episodes of the last run to debut on the streaming platform on Tuesday, December 26th.
In the new season, the small town contends with a comedy night at Modean’s, a country music hit, the Degens’ bad influence, a new nightclub, and an encore at the Ag Hall. And that’s just for starters.