From ‘Supergirl’ to late night tv, lots of changes are happening and we can’t wait to fill you in! Starting with ‘Supergirl’, the show announced that their sixth season will be their last. The final season will start on March 30th on the CW. It will start at 9 pm, taking over the spot that was originally for ‘Superman and Lois’. This is due to ‘Superman and Lois’ having COVID issues and being forced to halt production. On the topic of the CW, they also announced that “People Presents: Harry and Meghan’s American Dream,” will have to wait until March 25th to premiere. With the tell-all interview just around the corner, fans around the globe have been dying to dive into the lives of the royals turned normal.
Here are some of the first looks that have dropped this week. IMBd TV will have its new true-crime investigative documentary ‘Moment of Truth’ premiering on April 2nd. It will follow the murder case of James Jordan, Michael Jordan’s father. You can watch the first look of it here. Netflix released their first look into the second season of ‘Lupin’. The second part will continue to show Assane’s journey for revenge against the man who has torn his family apart. Watch that here. “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” tonight will feature guests like Omar Sy from ‘Lupin’, as well as Amanda Seyfried, and Lil Durk.