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Q&A: Rory Millikin Talks 'Rennervations'

Written by 11 April, 2023

Being billed as a movie star's "best friend" in nearly any context opens you up for a lot of abuse from people who just assume you're there for the reflected public attention. And appearing in a TV show with actor Jeremy Renner where your primary descriptor is being his buddy...well, Rory Milliken is a braver man than I am.

As it turns, while Milliken is Renner's real-life best friend (and was there when the actor had his recent serious accident), he didn't have much of a desire to be on camera. And I suspect it took a lot to convince Disney+ to sign on to the idea. 

But having watched the show's four-episode first season of Rennervisions, it's difficult to imagine the show without Milliken. Renner can be quiet and serious and having his friend around seems to lighten him up in a way that really works. 

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Milliken about the show, how he met Renner and his impressive tolerance for taking a joke aimed at his expense. 

The interview has been lightly edited for clarity. What I can't do is portray in text form how much fun the interview was to do:

Q: One of the things that I noticed watching the show was you are very willing to take a lot of abuse. You are definitely the butt of a lot of jokes. And you have this successful career outside of the show and outside of your friendship with Jeremy. Did you ever have any moments of thinking, "I don't know. This may be one too many jokes for me, frankly."

Rory Millikin: (laughing) I don't really think of it that way. Listen, I'm Irish-Canadian. I love that Jer and I constantly teased each other all the time. So that's the camaraderie, buddy-buddy thing. And I do take a lot of on this one. I get a few in. And I do in real life, too. 

But yeah, it's if you take yourself too seriously, then what's life really about? And it comes from great love. And the more creative we have this thing between us, the more creative the show is. And the more it lands, the more you gotta give props for them dropping that.

I got smoked in a few of them. I don't know if you saw the hip-hop thing...

Q: (Laughing) Yeah. That was pretty brutal..
Rory Millikin: I mean, I run my own companies. I build my own brands. All of them help people. Everybody knows me in the business world. They know I don't take myself seriously. I'm usually the first person to be self deprecating. So people that know me in the business world know that. It's it's actually a fun reflection of me and it's actually who I am.

Q: You are definitely a good sport and seem to be more than willing to look a bit awkward on camera. I don't think I've ever seen someone fail at trying to play a cowbell...

Rory Millikin: Listen, that was the closest I could get to doing it. I can't build a car. I can't change the oil. My 14-year-old knows more about cars than I do. And I no nothing about musical instruments. Nothing. My uncle discovered Stevie Ray Vaughn and I grew up around Stevie. I can't begin to play guitar. But when you see a cowbell sitting there, you've got to pick it up. But there's no talent there, my friend. 

I think that's why I'm on the show. For that reason. I don't know how to fix a car. I'm not a build guy. I'm just someone who's curious and loves meeting people. I love learning things. And I kind of have a very open perspective on anything that helps to move the hope needle, so to speak. 

Jeremy knows that about me. That's why we're such close friends. And I think he just wanted to have the audience's point of view reflected on the show. I'm not someone who's an expert and not someone who's a musician. I'm just somebody who's like anyone else out there watching the show. You know, I don't know how many mechanics or musicians are out there. But I'd say most of us don't have that extraordinary skill set.

Q: Well, it's an interesting perspective. Because I've got some friends who are pretty well known people. And usually when they say "my best friend," it's their publicist or their agent. And honestly, it's nice to see a celebrity who has a best friend that doesn't work for them.

Rory Millikin: So that's funny. It's interesting. The first thing is that I don't have a horse in his race ever. I don't go to set much, I have gotten to any premieres and that's kind of his work. We hang out a lot and I end up staying and living with him a lot. But while I've dropped by a set once or twice, that's where he works. I don't need him in my mushroom factory in Canada. I don't need Jeremy Renner walking around distracting everyone and he doesn't need Rory walking around the set distracting him. You know, this is where we work.

I had no aspirations to be involved in this television series or movies, I have nothing to do with the industry. So I think that's why we're great friends, because we're dads and we have similar outlooks in life and we don't talk a lot about that stuff. Movies. I don't ask him about movies. I don't even see most of his movies.

I met him seven, eight years ago. My buddy who is the singer from Nickelback introduced us. I didn't know who he was and I just seen The Arrival. And I told him that Superman's girlfriend and the guy from The Crying Game were the two stars. And he's like "no I was the star of the movie." And I told him "No you weren't, I just saw the movie." And he explained to me that he was that guy. And that's how not involved I am in show business. 

But yeah, it's an interesting point and you're the first person who mentioned it.

Q: So given your relationship with Jeremy, was there some discussions going into the show about whether it would change you relationship? Did one of you say "We got a good thing going here. Do we really want to get involved doing something on camera and working together and take a chance on screwing that up?

Rory Millikin: That was my greatest fear. I'll be very blunt with you. Blurring those lines, I was concerned. And I was more concerned about screwing it up, really. Because, what do I know? And so I just said, "Look, this is your platform, this is your world. Do you really want me here? With a big X on my back? I'm sure Disney was concerned as well. Ann he just said, "Look, dude, you're gonna just need to trust that I know what I'm doing. And trust that I know why you're going to be great at what's going to happen." And he reminded me that it's about helping kids. He said "You help kids, you love kids. This is your chance to do it in a big way."

He also told me that if the show becomes about Jeremy Renner that he is walking, even if it's halfway through the shoot. It has to be about the organizations helping kids. It has to be about inspiring people like me. And me giving the audience's perspective as to how they can get involved in helping local organizations move the needle. He made it very clear the show wasn't about me, but it wasn't about him, either.

And so I had to get over myself. He's got this amazing ability to put things in perspective. But I was reluctant. 

I'll be honest with you. On day one we were coming down this corridor, going down the steps and there was this person leading us. I could hear them say "Talent on route. talent on route." That was the first time I had ever heard that. It was so strange and I almost looked around to see who they were talking about. And I realized he was talking about obviously Jeremy and to some extent, I guess myself. The door opens into this huge area where there are vehicles and there's lights and people and headsets. If I'm being honest with you, it was very intimidating. 

And he just looked at me to say, you know, this is just us in the kitchen talking like we've done late at night for years. Just forget about it. And that was it. I don't think I ever saw the cameras again after that first moment of getting into that world which to him is normal. There's a lot of cameras and there's a lot of people and there's a lot of lights. So it's daunting. But if you're with someone like him and he keeps it like we're just two best friends. We just slipped into that friendship and then it felt natural. You couldn't give me a script and expect anything out of it. Oh God, it would be a disaster. I couldn't act my way out of a wet paper bag.

Q: Well, for what it's worth, you looked pretty natural in front of a camera. What was your reaction when looked back at some of the episodes for the first time?

Rory Millikin: I was I was relieved that showed the vision that he was safeguarding about it focusing on the organizations and being authentic. And that it wasn't cheesy like a lot of these shows. Some of these other shows, I won't name them. But boy, did they seem scripted and staged and Jer didn't want that. We were concerned with "how do we prevent this from happening?" As he says, never make it about you.

But I was so worried that I had somehow screwed it up. So I was so happy when I saw the results. I don't know how I did it. But people were telling me "Oh, you did great, Champ!" But you know, that's what they're supposed to say. But Jeremy actually tole me that I did great. And he doesn't hand out compliments like that. He doesn't unless they're genuine. So that was great. I was happy that I hadn't screwed up my buddy's show. 

But there's this vision that comes through the episodes and the authenticity and how well the organizations came off in their interviews. And then these great kids watching us have fun and the laughter. Yeah, I took a bunch of hits. But if everyone's laughing and my kids and his kids and family are laughing the whole time, it's good. It's a wonderful laugh session. And if the message resonates, what a great gift to be able to give and what an honor to be part of it all.

Q: You've mentioned Jeremy a few times and before I let you go, I wanted to ask you about him. He's had this pretty terrible accident and obviously you were incredibly worried about him. But you also seem to be two people who don't take yourselves too seriously. So I'm wondering how did it take after the accident before you thought "I wonder when it's the appropriate time to joke about this and maybe take a shot or two at him?"

Rory Millikin: The jokes were constant. Oh God, this guy throws himself under the bus before anyone else. We're in the ICU and we didn't even know if he was going to make it out alive. I was there when it happened at the house. So we were in the hospital from Day One. All my kids are gathered around. And when he started to come out of it, he was very conversational. He tried to make light of it but that guy has gone through a lot of pain, a lot of rehab. He's gone through it and the determination is incredible and the family unit support is amazing. So he's very blessed to have the support system he has and all the love and prayers that have been showing up to him has been incredible. 

But the guy's never lost his sense of humor. He's cracking jokes non-stop and I'm saying to him "You know, you didn't have to go to these extremes to promote the show."

Q: Sometimes to make the joke work, you've got to push it to the extreme....

Rory Millikin: That's what he was saying. And he's the first to be self deprecating and to take the piss out of himself as the English and Irish like to say. He's the first to do it. But that's just who he is. You'll see it in the show. 

Q: Watching the episodes it's clear the two of you have an obvious friendship. And we don't always get to see two guys on screen just being friends and having this comfortable relationship. It's really nice to see.

Rory Millikin: And you know, that's that is between us. That's what he tried to capture and thank you for saying that. Because that's what I was hoping came across. Because what am I there for except to be supportive and to be buddies. The show is really just two buddies sharing these experiences and he's taking me along in his world. It's like as if I was taking him into my mushroom growing world. He would share my enthusiasm and he'd learn a lot in my world. So here I am learning from his world.

It's just a wonderful thing two friends can share. We just went roadtripping. We went on a global road trip to help organizations help kids and help people get inspired to do like-minded things in their communities.

Q: The more I hear you talking, the more I'm thinking the logical follow-up show might be to get him into your world a bit. Say, Rory And Jeremy's Wild Mushroom Adventures.
was really enjoyable and you know, the more you talk I'm thinking, Rory and Jeremy's mushroom adventures. you know, you and Jeremy the legal kind

Rory Millikin: Oh, my Lord, that's probably not a good idea for either of us.

The entire four-episode first season of Rennervations is currently streaming on Disney+.

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TV Premieres: The Week Of 04/16/2023 - 04/22/2023

Written by 16 April, 2023

Here is a complete list of all the new TV and streaming services premieres, finales and specials airing this week.

Alex Vs. America Season Premiere (Food)
Season Premiere (HBO)
Chaos On The Farm (Lifetime)
Ciao House Series Premiere (Food)
My Clueless First Friend (Crunchyroll)
100 Foot Wave
 Season Two Premiere (HBO)
The Nutty Boy (Netflix)
The Whole Story With Anderson Cooper Series Premiere (CNN)
Very Scary People Season Premiere (Investigation Discovery)
Waco: The Aftermath (Showtime)

90 Day Fiance: Love In Paradise-The Caribbean Season Premiere (TLC)
Love It Or List It Season Premiere (HGTV)
Oggy Oggy (Netflix)
Para - We Are King (HBO Max)
The Weakest Link Season Premiere (NBC)
You, Me & My Ex Season Premiere (TLC)

Alex Borstein: Corsets & Clown Suits (Prime Video)
Deadliest Catch Season Premiere (Discovery)
How To Get Rich (Netflix)
Imma Tataranni Season Three Premiere (MHz Choice)
7 Little Johnstons Season Premiere (TLC)
The Longest Third Date (Netflix)
The Secret Of Skinwalker Ranch Season Premiere (History)

Algiers, America: The Relentless Pursuit (Hulu)
Changing Planet (PBS)
Chimp Empire (Netflix)
Food Truck Prize Fight (Food)
Home In A Heartbeat Series Premiere (HGTV)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once And Always
Pretty Stoned (MTV)
Sacrificial Princess And The King Of Beasts (Crunchyroll)
The Marked Heart (Palpito) Season Two Premiere (Netflix)

A View To Kill For (LMN)
Belly Of The Beast
Erin & Aaron Series Premiere (Nickelodeon)
Ex-Addicts Club (Netflix)
Fired On Mars Series Premiere (HBO Max)
Funny Or Die's High Science (HBO Max)
Grace Season Three Premiere (BritBox)
Mike Judge’s Beavis And Butt-Head Season Two Premiere (Paramount+)
Mrs. Davis Series Premiere (Peacock)
Quasi (Hulu)
The Diplomat Series Premiere (Netflix)
The Price Of Purity (Vice)
To Every You I’ve Loved Before (Crunchyroll)
To Me, The One Who Loved You (Crunchyroll)
Tooth Pari: When Love Bites (Netflix)
Totally Completely Fine Series Premiere (Sundance Now/AMC+)

A Tourist's Guide To Love (Netflix)
Big Beasts 
(Apple TV+)
Central Airport THF (Film Movement)
Chokehold (Netflix)
Cyberchase Season Fourteen Premiere (PBS)
Dear Mama
 Series Premiere (FX)
Dead Ringers Series Premiere (Prime Video)
Diary Of An Old Home (Discovery+)
Drops Of God Series Premiere (Apple TV+)
Ghosted (Apple TV+)
Indian Matchmaking (Netflix)
Judy Blume Forever (Prime Video)
One More Time (Netflix)
Rough Diamonds (Netflix)
Secrets Of The Elephants Series Premiere (NatGeo)
Slip Series Premiere (Roku Channel)
SUGA: Road To D-DAY (Disney+)
The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs (Shudder)
Welcome To Eden (Netflix)
Wild Isles (Prime Video)

Ada Twist, Scientist (Netflix)
A Pinch Of Portugal (Hallmark)
Chasing The Rains
 (BBC America)
Her Fiance's Double Life (Lifetime)
Path Of The Panther (NatGeo)

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First Look: 'Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie'

Written by 06 April, 2023

The film, which will incorporate documentary, archival and scripted elements, will recount Fox’s extraordinary story in his own words — the improbable tale of an undersized kid from a Canadian army base who rose to the heights of stardom in 1980s Hollywood. The account of Fox’s public life, full of nostalgic thrills and cinematic gloss, will unspool alongside his never-before-seen private journey, including the years that followed his diagnosis, at 29, with Parkinson’s disease. Intimate and honest, and produced with unprecedented access to Fox and his family, the film will chronicle Fox’s personal and professional triumphs and travails and will explore what happens when an incurable optimist confronts an incurable disease. With a mix of adventure and romance, comedy and drama, watching the film will feel like … well, like a Michael J. Fox movie.

Still premieres Friday, May 12th on Apple TV+.

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First Look: 'Silo'

Written by 06 April, 2023

Silo is the story of the last ten thousand people on earth, their mile-deep home protecting them from the toxic and deadly world outside. However, no one knows when or why the silo was built and any who try to find out face fatal consequences. Ferguson stars as Juliette, an engineer, who seeks answers about a loved one's murder and tumbles onto a mystery that goes far deeper than she could have ever imagined, leading her to discover that if the lies don't kill you, the truth will.

The ensemble cast starring alongside Ferguson includes Common (The Chi), Emmy nominee Harriet Walter (Succession), Chinaza Uche (Dickinson), Avi Nash (The Walking Dead), Critics Choice Award and NAACP winner David Oyelowo (Selma), Emmy-nominee Rashida Jones (Parks and Recreation) and Academy Award winner Tim Robbins (Mystic River).

Silo is produced for Apple TV+ by AMC Studios and based on the novels by Hugh Howey. The series is executive produced by Yost, Howey, Tyldum and Ferguson alongside Nina Jack, Fred Golan, Rémi Aubuchon and Ingrid Escajeda.

 The 10-episode series will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, May 5, 2023 with the first two episodes, followed by one new episode weekly, every Friday through June 30, 2023.

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First Look: 'Ahsoka'

Written by 07 April, 2023

Friday at Star Wars Celebration in London, Disney+ and Lucasfilm unveiled the teaser trailer for the Disney+ original series Ahsoka,mstarring Rosario Dawson in the title role. Set after the fall of the Empire, Ahsoka follows the former Jedi knight Ahsoka Tano as she investigates an emerging threat to a vulnerable galaxy.

In addition to Dawson, Ahsoka stars Natasha Liu Bordizzo as Sabine Wren and Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Hera Syndulla. The series is written by Dave Filoni, who executive produces alongside Jon Favreau, Kathleen Kennedy, Colin Wilson, and Carrie Beck. Karen Gilchrist is co-executive producer. 

Ahsoka will debut exclusively on Disney+ in August 2023. 

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First Look: 'Secret Invasion'

Written by 02 April, 2023

In Marvel Studios’ new series Secret Invasion, set in the present day MCU, Nick Fury learns of a clandestine invasion of Earth by a faction of shapeshifting Skrulls. Fury joins his allies, including Everett Ross, Maria Hill and the Skrull Talos, who has made a life for himself on Earth. Together they race against time to thwart an imminent Skrull invasion and save humanity.

Marvel Studios’ Secret Invasion stars Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Cobie Smulders, Martin Freeman, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Charlayne Woodard, Killian Scott, Samuel Adewunmi, Dermot Mulroney, Christopher McDonald, Katie Finneran, with Emilia Clarke and Olivia Colman, and Don Cheadle.

Ali Selim directs the series and executive-produces, along with fellow executive producers Kevin Feige, Jonathan Schwartz, Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Brad Winderbaum, Samuel L. Jackson, Ali Selim, Kyle Bradstreet and Brian Tucker. Kyle Bradstreet is also the head writer, and Jennifer L. Booth, Allana Williams and Brant Englestein serve as co-executive producers.

Secret Invasion premieres Wednesday, June 21st on Disney+.

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Q&A: Jason Ruiz & Seth Cohen Talk 'Royal Crackers'

Written by 01 April, 2023

While my reaction to the shows isn't always positive, I make it a point to watch anything new on Adult Swim because the programs are guaranteed to be distinctive and worth discussing.

Adult Swim premieres a new animated series this weekend and it's a compliment when I describe it as feeling like a top-notch Fox animated series.

Royal Crackers was created by and stars Jason Ruiz and it focuses on a family of misfits battling over the future of a rundown cracker company. 

Ruiz serves as executive producer of the show along with Seth Cohen and I recently had the opportunity to speak with both of them about the show.

The following interview has been lightly edited for clarity.

Q: Jason, let me start with you. I'm curious, when you went in and pitched the show initially, how close was it to the version that ended up being on the air?

Jason Ruiz: Pretty close by the end, I think. The thing is the show kind of developed over time. There were still a lot of things in the air. This is gonna sound bad at first, but we probably didn't find the show until about episode seven. Then we really FOUND the show. And then we went back and rewrote the episodes to kind of map what we found along the way.

But at first, it was tough. We were playing around with things like "how high is the level of wealth?" That was a big question we had about how do you make them kind of rich, but not to the point of being unrelatable or unlikeable? There were a lot of things we had to figure out. It was basically like I had the characters drawn and some of the character descriptions. Theo and Steve and Deb and the family were who they still are now. That didn't change. But early on it was just character drawings, descriptions, and images and just this premise of this family who was fighting over a kind of measly cracker company.

Q: Seth, you've have experiences with a lot of different types of shows. And I'm wondering how you saw your role and how you could best help the process. What does that look like from your perspective?

Seth Cohen: I think if anything, my experience helps me find talented people. And I think that's what I did in this case, which is to partner with someone who is really talented. When you're in my position, you can be helpful as a sounding board and a sort of guide. Because ideally I'm at 50,000 feet and Jason is on the ground. Jason should only know what's going on with Royal Crackers and I should be aware of what's happening on the show but focus more on this larger ecosystem of entertainment. 

I think I'm useful with the nuts-and-bolts discussions. Knowing that usually when we pitch animated shows, we pitch them with this many characters. Should we add a character? They're going to want to know locations. Where would these characters hang out? These are useful prompts for a writer to get and to help them think about things like "how do these characters get along?" 

You're setting guide rails. Wide guide rails so that the writer and creators can play around and figure out what works. On some level, you're just gambling that you figure it out and the network is just gambling it works out. You may not get there and I've been part of shows that for whatever reason don't figure it out.

In this case, I think we had a good idea of where these characters would go.


Q:  I'll throw this out to either one of you. One of the most important decisions that you make when putting together an animated show  revolves around the voicing. And it's challenging because someone can be a "name actor" and they might not be especially great as a voice actor. It's very much a different skill set. So can you talk a bit about that process of finding the right people for the right voices?

Jason Ruiz: It was a process for sure. I knew I wanted to play Steve from the get-go. I was pretty adamant that I could play my character. And then finding everyone else was a challenge. It was an arduous casting process. 

I remember casting Jessica St. Clair as Deb, Deb took a while. We were just having a hard time finding the right voice for that character. Andrew is amazing as Theo, but he was not what we were looking for at all. It just wasn't what I imagined when I thought about Theo's voice. I imagined him having a lower register, more like a bass. And because I knew that Jessica was cast already and both of our voices are pretty high up there. And I thought Theo should have a lower voice to kind of balance that out. 

And Seth is friends with Andrew Santino (who voices Theo) and he's arguably the biggest star on our show. But he was kind enough to send us line reads and ask "do you want it this way? I could try it this way." I gave him notes and he would try it a different way. And there was something about his work that gave this character so much humanity, so much reality. A lot of the auditions for Theo were coming in super over the top. To the point where you turn on the audition and in five seconds you're thinking "okay, this will be fun to listen to for a minute. But we're trying to make a series here.

Seth Cohen: That's the interesting part of the process. You put out these breakdowns and actors are just doing a bunch of them during the day. I think Jason and I agree that it's sort of a bummer that you just go after someone who might not be right, or even that interested in animation. So I will say that it's great that our cast is super enthusiastic, open to take take notes and try different stuff. 

I think it was a process. But we found a really good group and a mix of people who are incredibly experienced and people who are just open to the process. They are just such a pleasure to work with.

Jason Ruiz: Casting David (Gborie) was easy. I heard his voice and I knew he was Darby really quickly. For sure. That was a nice vacation from the casting process.

Q: Well, building on those answers. You spent so much time buried in the process of putting together the show. Animation has such a long, drawn-out production cycle and as you mentioned, you're making all of these changes along the way. How do you keep perspective on what the final version is going to look like? By the time the episode is locked, you've been at for a year or two. How do you keep perspective on the show and get an accurate take on how the audience is going to react or what aspects of the show they might enjoy?

Jason Ruiz:  Oh, it's hard. But I mean, that's part of it. That's part of the challenge. And I don't know that you could ever get around that because you've been staring at this same gag over and over and you're just straight-faced about it at some point. And you think "this is not fun. This is not a good joke, or that's not a good bit, or whatever." And it really drives me crazy. Animation just takes a long time. And at some point, it's just not funny at all.

But the long process leads to weird things. We had Gilbert Gottfried as a voice actor and then he passed away. And then a year passed. Two years pass. And we're just thinking "we're going to have Gilbert Gottfried on the show two yeas after he passed." Of course, I think we're okay. And we were very lucky to have him.

It's all especially tough because comedy ages so fast. It just does. All you can do, honestly, is make this a very grand statement. But you've also got to make the thing that you want to make. And that's really all you can do. There are always what-ifs, but there's also comfort with just thinking, "what else? What else was I supposed to do?" I've made the thing that I wanted to make. That gives you a certain amount of comfort for sure.

Royal Crackers premieres three episodes Sunday, April 2nd, 2023 at 11:00 pm ET/PT on Adult Swim. It will be available the following day on HBO Max.

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TV Premieres: The Week Of 04/02/2023 - 04/08/2023

Written by 01 April, 2023

Here is a complete list of all the new TV and streaming services premieres, finales and specials airing this week.

Collector's Call Season Premiere (MEtv)
My Clueless First Friend (Crunchyroll)
My Home Hero (Crunchyroll)
Mysteries Decoded Season Premiere (The CW)
Royal Crackers Series Premiere (Adult Swim)
The Aristocrat's Otherworldly Adventure: Serving Gods Who Go Too Far (Crunchyroll)
The Hand That Robs The Cradle (Lifetime)
2023 CMT Music Awards (CMT)
Uncensored Season Premiere (TV One)
Vinyl Obsession Series Premiere (AXS)
Violent Minds: Killers On Tape Series Premiere (Oxygen)
War Sailor (Netflix)

Brokenwood Mysteries (Acorn TV)
Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear (Crunchyroll)
LA Frontera With Pati Jinich (PBS)
Martha Cooks Season Premiere (Roku Channel)
Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields (Hulu) - [first look video]Quantum Leap Season Finale (NBC)
Race To Survive Alaska Series Premiere (USA)
Stone Cold Takes On America Series Premiere (A&E)
The Adventures Of Paddington Season Premiere (Nick Jr.)
WWE's Most Wanted Treasures Season Premiere (A&E)

Finding Your Roots With Henry Gates Jr. Season Finale (PBS)
Homicide Hills Series Premiere (MHz Choice)
My Name Is Mo’Nique
Redefined: J.R. Smith (Prime Video)
The Signing Series Premiere (Netflix)
Skip & Loafer (Crunchyroll)

Dave Season Three Premiere (FXX)
Dr. Pimple Popper Season Premiere (TLC)
Growing Belushi Season Premiere (Discovery)
Hullraisers Series Premiere (IFC)
Journey To The Center Of The Earth (Disney+)
KamiKatsu: Working For God In A Godless World (Crunchyroll)
KONOSUBA - An Explosion On This Wonderful World! (Crunchyroll)
Lewis Capaldi: How I'm Feeling Now (Netflix)
Schmigadoon! Season Two Premiere (Apple TV+)
The Crossover Series Premiere (Disney)
The Good Mothers Series Premiere (Hulu)
The Pope Answers (Hulu)

Beef Series Premiere (Netflix)
Bridgend (Topic)
Celebrity Game Face Season Four Premiere (E!)
Celebrity Prank Wars Series Premiere (E!)
Dr. Stone: New World (Crunchyroll)
Ghost Hunters Season Premiere (Travel)
Grease: Rise Of The Pink Ladies Series Premiere (Paramount+)
I Got a Cheat Skill In Another World And Became Unrivaled In The Real World, Too (Crunchyroll)
IRL: In Real Life Series Premiere (Netflix)
Jeremy Renner: The Diane Sawyer Interview (ABC)
Lizzy Hoo: Hoo Cares!? (Prime Video)
Looney Tunes Cartoons (HBO Max)
Murder At Blackthorne Manor (LMN)
Slasher: Ripper (Shudder)
The Ancient Magus' Bride (Crunchyroll)
The Legendary Hero Is Dead (Crunchyroll)
Wild West Chronicles Season Three Premiere (INSP)
Yuri Is My Job! (Crunchyroll)

Birdie Wing-Golf Girls' Story (Crunchyroll)
Boom! Boom! The World vs. Boris Becker (Apple TV+)
Chupa (Netflix)
Gangs Of Lagos (Prime Video)
Gold Rush: Parker's Trail Season Premiere (Discovery)
Hello, Tomorrow! Season One Finale (Apple TV+)
Infidelity Can Be Fatal (Lifetime)
Jason Isbell: Running With Our Eyes Closed (HBO Max)
Jury Duty Series Premiere (Freevee)
Kings of Mulberry Street: Let Love Reign (Netflix)
Magical Destroyers (Crunchyroll)
Mashle: Magic And Muscles (Crunchyroll)
Oh Belinda (Netflix)
On A Wing & A Prayer (Prime Video)
Praise This (Peacock)
Rokudo's Bad Girls (Crunchyroll)
Schmigadoon Season Two Premiere (Apple TV+)
The Boarding School: Las Cumbres Series Premiere (Prime Video)
The Cafe Terrace And Its Goddesses (Crunchyroll)
The Legend Of J Dilla (FX)
The Very Very Best Of The '80s Season Premiere (AXS)
Thicker Than Water (Netflix)
Tiny Beautiful Things Series Premiere (Hulu)
Tonikawa: Over the Moon For You (Crunchyroll)
Too Cute Crisis (Hidive)
Transatlantic (Netflix)

A Galaxy Next Door (Crunchyroll)
Critter Fixers: Country Vets Season Premiere (NatGeo Wild)
Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet Season Premiere (NatGeo Wild)
Gospel Superfest 2023 Easter Special (BET)
Houses With History Season Premiere (HGTV)
Hunger (Netflix)
Love & Marriage: Huntsville Season Premiere (OWN)
My One-Hit Kill Sister (Crunchyroll)
Pride: A Seven Deadly Sins Story (Lifetime)
Summoned To Another World For A Second Time (Crunchyroll)
The Portable Door (MGM+)
The Professional Bridesmaid (Hallmark)
The Renovator Season Premiere (HGTV)
Totally Weird And Funny Series Premiere (The CW)

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