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'Silicon Valley' season 6 gets premiere date; 'Grease' spinoff coming to HBO Max

The Program Guide highlights recent programming announcements from various networks and online video platforms in the U.S.

Traditional TV

* TLC (US) will premiere the seventh season of "90 Day Fiancé" on Nov. 3, Broadcasting & Cable reported. The show follows couples who must fall in love and tie the knot within 90 days of one individual arriving in the U.S. The seven new couples this season are from South Africa, the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Russia, Finland, Turkey and Ukraine.

* ABC (US) picked up a new trivia game show series called "The Hustler," which is based on an original format by British TV and radio host Richard Bacon. Hosted by comedian Craig Ferguson, the show involves five contestants working on a series of trivia questions, while one of the contestants already knows the answers, Variety reported.

* Fantasy adventure show "The Outpost" was picked up for a third season on The CW (US), Deadline.com reported. The new season will debut in 2020 and star Jessica Green, Jake Stormoen, Imogen Waterhouse and Anand Desai-Barochia. "The Outpost" follows the "Blackbloods" race, who live in a lawless fortress on the edge of the civilized world.

* CNBC (US) prime-time program "The Profit" will return for its seventh season on the network. Beginning Nov. 5, the show will follow host Marcus Lemonis as he digs deep to turn struggling businesses around.

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"Holey Moley"
Source: ABC

* Telemundo (US) is partnering with Quibi, a mobile video service created by The Walt Disney Studios' former Chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg, to develop two news shows aimed at Hispanic audiences. The content will be produced by Telemundo's news division and feature a five-minute rundown of the day's biggest entertainment news, Deadline.com reported. Quibi is slated to launch in April 2020.

* In other ABC news, the network ordered a second season of miniature-golf competition series "Holey Moley," Broadcasting & Cable reported. The new season will air next summer. The news was confirmed by the show's official twitter page.

* Disney Junior (US)'s animated series "The Rocketeer" will premiere Nov. 8 on Disney Channel (US), Disney Junior and DisneyNOW, IGN reported. The show follows the adventures of a young girl who takes to the skies to protect her community after receiving a rocket-pack that gives her the ability to fly. IGN reported that "The Rocketeer" was inspired by Dave Stevens' comic book and a Disney film of the same name.

* Fashion competition show "Project Runway" will return to Bravo (US) on Dec. 5 for season 18. This season, 16 new designers will try their luck to take home the grand prize of $250,000.

* Comedy series "Silicon Valley" will return to HBO (US) for its seven-episode, sixth and final season on Oct. 27. The show will take a look at the modern-day epicenter of the high-tech gold rush. The series will also be available on HBO NOW, HBO GO, HBO On Demand and partners' streaming platforms.

Streaming

* The third season of comedy series "No Activity" will air on CBS Corp.'s CBS All Access streaming service Nov. 21, Deadline.com reported. The season picks up after last season's disastrous bust with detectives Nick Cullen and Judd Tolbeck back in uniform. Guest stars this season include Beth Behrs, Joe Keery and Keegan-Michael Key. The show is based on the "Stan" original series.

* Warner Media LLC's upcoming streaming service HBO Max greenlighted "Grease: Rydell High," a musical spinoff of the 1978 film "Grease," The Hollywood Reporter reported. The series will be set in the 1950s and will feature musical numbers from the era combined with new original songs.

* Ronald Moore's science fiction show "For All Mankind" will debut on Apple Inc.'s upcoming streaming service Apple TV+. The alternative history show is told through the lives of astronauts, engineers and their families and imagines a world in which the global space race never ended. Beginning Nov. 1, the first three episodes of the show will be available on Apple TV+ with new episodes rolling out weekly.

* Viacom Inc.'s free streaming service Pluto TV debuted 11 new channels on Pluto TV Latino. The new suite of channels includes Dog, el Cazarrecompensas; Nick Latino; Nick Jr. Latino; Pluto TV Cine Acción; Pluto TV Cine Terror; Spike Aventura; Pluto TV Naturaleza; Pluto TV Cocina; Pluto TV Mundo; Pluto TV Realities en Español and Pluto TV 007 en Español. Viacom said the new channels bring an additional 2,000 hours of content and a total of 22 channels dedicated to 24/7 Latino programming on Pluto TV.

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"Stan Lee's Superhero Kindergarten"
Source: Genius Brands

* Genius Brands International Inc. teamed up with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.'s Youku Tudou Inc. video streaming platform to produce a new children's animated series, "Stan Lee's Superhero Kindergarten." Arnold Schwarzenegger will lend his voice as the lead character in the series. Youku and Genius Brands will co-produce 52 episodes of 11 minutes each for the action-adventure series.

* AMC Networks Inc.'s streaming service Sundance Now unveiled its slate of November programming. Season two of BBC comedy "Motherland" will debut Nov. 12. The show follows a group of moms as they navigate the challenges of motherhood. The finales of "No One Saw a Thing" and "Unspeakable" will premiere Nov. 14 and Nov. 15, respectively. Season two of Irish legal drama "Striking out" will debut Nov. 25.

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