Showtime is heading back to The Chi.
The second half of the drama’s sixth season will kick off Friday, May 10, on Paramount+ With Showtime and on demand, before making its on-air debut Sunday, May 12 at 9/8c on Showtime.
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Per the official synopsis, “danger lies in wait” as “no one is safe and everyone will be tested as never before over the course of the sixth season’s shocking last eight episodes.”
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* Season 4 of Blown Away, Netflix’s glassblowing competition series, will premiere Friday, March 8.
* Dinner Party Diaries With José Andrés, in which the James Beard award-winning culinary trailblazer and philanthropist invites Jamie Lee Curtis, Bryan Cranston and O’Shea Jackson Jr., over for food and conversation, will premiere Tuesday, March 19 on both Prime Video and Freevee.
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* Lifetime has released a trailer for the Hunting Housewives. Airing Saturday, March 9 at 8 pm, the made-for-TV movie sees “four friends (played by Denise Richards, NeNe Leakes, Kym Johnson Herjavec and Melyssa Ford) head for a much-needed spa retreat weekend away from their husbands, children and busy schedules when suddenly they find themselves downed in a plane crash.”
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