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Kevin Can F— Himself
AMC has renewed its multi-camera sitcom/gritty drama hybrid “Kevin Can F— Himself” for an eight-episode second season to air next year.

Annie Murphy plays Allison, a prototypical sitcom wife who enters a much darker world when she steps out of husband Kevin’s (Eric Petersen) orbit. [Source: THR]

“American Vandal” creators Tony Yacenda and Dan Perrault have setup the esports comedy “Players” at Paramount+. Riot Games, CBS Studios and Funny or Die are all involved.

Filmed in documentary style, the series will follow a fictional League of Legends team trying to win its first championship after years of close calls. [Source: THR]

Love on the Spectrum
Netflix’s Australian dating series “Love on the Spectrum,” which follows a group of young single adults on the autism spectrum as they tried to find love, returns with a trailer and a September 21st release dste. In the new season, the now larger group runs into many of the same challenges of those who don’t fall on the spectrum.

Adventure Time: Distant Lands
HBO Max has released the first teaser trailer for the fourth and final installment of the four-part animated special “Adventure Time: Distant Lands”.

This last entry will center around a young Peppermint Butler as he discovers the magic of Wizard City and will be available for streaming next week on September 2nd.

Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.
Disney+ has premiered the official trailer for 20th Television’s coming-of-age dramedy series “Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. ” which arrives on September 8th.

Set in a modern-day Hawai’i, Peyton Elizabeth Lee’s Lahela tries to enjoy the perks of being a teenager while also trying to make her mark in the medical field. Kathleen Rose Perkins, Jason Scott Lee, Matthew Sato and Wes Tian co-star.

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