Your Roundup of TV Sources: The Charming Actress Leaves, Streaming Service CNN +, The All American Season Finale, The Return of WWE’s John Cena, The WWE TikTok Contest, Heel Trailers and family reunion and more!


Madeleine Mantock has announced that she will be leaving The CW’s “Charmed” at the end of season three. The season finale airs this week, Friday, July 23. Charmed will return mid-season in 2022 on The CW.

CNN announced the launch of CNN +, a new subscription service. It will feature 8 to 12 hours of live content “offering in-depth dives and lifestyle content from some of CNN’s most prominent talent, as well as several new faces.” CNN’s lineup such as “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” and “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy” will be part of the service’s library along with new original unscripted programming from CNN +. It will be launched in early 2022.

All American is airing its season finale tonight on The CW. Billy learns that Spencer has kept a secret. Jordan and Asher receive unexpected news. Coop is disappointed as she goes on tour and Layla worries about a friend. The series returns to The CW on October 25 for Season 4.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pq7JABz8OCQ

After making his return to WWE’s Money in the Bank, John Cena will continue to make appearances on WWE Raw and WWE SmackDown. Cena’s last appearance was in 2020 WrestlingMania 36.

WWE is looking for ring announcers on TikTok for SummerSlam next month. Using the hashtag #WWEAnnouncerContest, the creators of TikTok can submit their audition. Two users will be selected and will each announce a match. The event will air exclusively on Peacock on August 21.

The official Starz “Heels” trailer is here. The series stars Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig, brothers who participate in a family wrestling promotion. The series will air on Sunday, August 15 at 9 a.m.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKFfSSXavYc

“Family Reunion” will be back with part four on Thursday August 26th. Netflix has released a trailer for the new episodes.

Michael Phelps will join NBC’s Olympics coverage as a prime-time correspondent. Phelps will be covering various swimming competitions during the games. With 23 gold metals out of 28 total medals, he should be a welcome addition to the swimming parts of the Tokyo games.


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