Hulus Pam & Tommy, premiering February 2, is set in the early days of the Internet’s Wild West and is based on the incredible true story of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s sex tape. The eight-part original series is a love story, a thriller and a cautionary story rolled into one. She explores the intersection of privacy, technology, and celebrity, tracing the origins of our current reality TV era to a stolen tape that was watched by millions but destined for an audience of only two. Lily James, Sebastian Stan and Seth Rogen are the stars.
The anime series Ultraman returns to Netflix on April 14th. The story heats up when six warriors band together. Ultraman is supported by Seven, Ace, Zoffy, Jack and Taro and together the united Ultraman Brotherhood takes on a new alien threat.
The Grammy Awards have been postponed due to the rise in Covid cases due to the Omicron variant. The event was previously scheduled for January 31st on CBS. A new date will be announced at a later date.
Hallmark Channel’s “When Calls the Heart” returns for season 9 on March 6th. In the new twelve-episode season, Hope Valley is at a growth stage, as the foundry progresses and important relationships develop. The mayor’s race makes the city buzz, with some members of the city competing against each other. Elizabeth and Lucas are focused on their relationship that goes beyond advertising, and as she gets to know Lucas better, she learns about his past, which makes Elizabeth think about her future.
Prime Video’s new documentary Phat Tuesdays celebrates the untold story of black comedians in the 1990s Los Angeles Comedy Store and premieres on February 4th. Phat Tuesdays founder Guy Torry, and a host of world-famous comedians and personalities – including Anthony Anderson, Tichina Arnold, Nick Cannon, Dave Chappelle, Snoop Dogg, Cedric the Entertainer, Tiffany Haddish, Steve Harvey, Lil Rel Howery, Regina King, Jo Koy, Luenell, Flame Monroe, Jay Pharoah, Craig Robinson, JB Smoove, Chris Tucker, Kym Whitley and more – share memories, laughs, and tributes of a night at the Comedy Store that changed the comedy landscape forever.
BET has a one-hour special BET Her Presents… Becoming: Michelle Obama in Conversation, premiered January 17th. Across the country, Mrs. Obama is discussing with students the topics of her acclaimed New York Times bestselling memory of Becoming and what it’s like to be in to cope with the current climate as a young adult. Mrs. Obama opens the floor for students to discuss issues such as mental wellbeing, diversity, and inclusion in higher education, and asks thought-provoking questions about shaping their future and changing their communities.
The new supernatural thriller series Archive 81 will premiere on Netflix on January 14th. When a video archivist investigates the secrets of a mysterious fire, he is convinced that he can save a young woman from the terrible fate that met her 25 years ago. The eight-episode season is loosely inspired by the popular podcast of the same name.
All thirteen episodes of Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock from Apple TV + will be out on January 21. Jim Henson’s fun-loving and musical Fraggles – Gobo, Red, Boober, Mokey, Wembley, Uncle Traveling Matt – along with new Fraggles and Doozers made by. Special guest stars Patti LaBelle, Cynthia Erivo, Daveed Diggs, Ed Helms, Kenan Thompson and a performance by Foo Fighters begin the New Year with epic, hilarious adventures about the magic that happens when we celebrate and cultivate our connected world.
The second season of Fast Foodies starts on January 27th on truTV. The 12-part season brings a lot of fresh celebrity guests craving for fast food. Top Chef Winners Kristen Kish, Jeremy Ford and Iron Chef Winner Justin Sutherland vie to perfectly recreate and then skillfully reinvent a celebrity’s favorite fast food dish. These culinary masters are ready to show their love of pop culture, fast food legends, and expertise to win the Chompionship Trophy.
Apple TV + has ordered the limited True Crime series Manhunt with Tobias Menzies in the lead role. The limited series follows the events of the Lincoln assassination, the consequences and is based on the bestseller by James Swanson. Menzies portrays Edwin Stanton, Lincoln’s Secretary of War and friend, who was driven insane by the need to apprehend John Wilkes Booth and carry on Lincoln’s legacy.
CNN’s upcoming four-part documentary series Reframed: Marilyn Monroe Recalls the Life and Legacy of Hollywood Bombshell Marilyn Monroe to reveal a new story of a complex and powerful woman who was ahead of her time. The series, told by Jessica Chastain, features a high-profile cast of female voices and is created by an all-female editorial team. It will premiere on January 16th.
The second season of Growing Belushi will premiere on Discovery on January 19th. After Jim and his farming team grew their passion into a successful and bustling business, they set out to transform their cannabis farm from a small boutique into a world-class, high-tech farm. End for the masses. To meet rising national demand, they are bringing cutting-edge technology, farming practices, new equipment, and new facilities to Belushi’s farm – and the results are as promising as they are challenging.
Peacock will broadcast all NBCUniversal coverage of the upcoming 2022 Winter Olympics live. Peacock will feature live streaming coverage of every Winter Olympics event – including all events that air on television and cable – providing fans with a comprehensive Olympic destination for all live action and catch-up on Demand ads. In addition to live streams of competitions in all 15 sports, premium customers also enjoy the opening and closing ceremony, NBC’s nightly primetime show, full reruns of all competitions that are available immediately upon completion, exclusive daily studio program, medal ceremonies, extensive highlight clips, and more. Coverage will begin on February 2nd before the opening ceremony and will continue to air through February 20th when the games are over.
The new Netflix documentary The Puppet Master: Hunting The Ultimate Conman premieres on January 18th. The series explores the story of Robert Freegard, a gruesome con man who disguised himself as a British spy and who over the course of two decades has controlled, betrayed and fleeced at least seven women and a man of nearly a million pounds, with his devious charm.
Mandy Patinkin will narrate the Indivisible: Healing Hate riot documentary from Paramount +. The six-part series premieres on January 6, the first anniversary of the attacks on the Capitol. The series sheds light on the causes of the attacks and shows what it takes to heal the country.
Netflix has released a teaser for its upcoming Finding Ola series. After a life-changing event, Ola Abd ElSabour embarks on a journey of self-discovery and grapples with the challenges of a new reality. It will premiere on February 3rd.
Disney Junior’s Alice’s Wonderland Bakery premieres on February 9th. The series is a lively reinterpretation of the classic 1951 film and revolves around Alice, the original heroine’s great-granddaughter and a budding young baker at the enchanted Wonderland Bakery, where her magical treats help bring together a new generation of friends and families. The series celebrates the culture and creativity of food, highlighting self-expression, and teaching age-appropriate social and emotional lessons about friendship, collaboration, and the importance of community.
Angry Birds: Summer Madness hits Netflix on January 28th. Teenage birds Red, Chuck, Bomb and Stella crash through Camp Splinterwood with their feathered campers for a summer of soaring hijinks!