From hot debuts to returning hits, learn more about some of the programs that have customers tuning in—where they can see your business.
CMT announced its most popular and longest running series Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team will return for a monumental season 15 on Tuesday, November 24th at 10:00 pm (ET). Additionally, the series premiere will simulcast on sister network MTV. On the heels of its highest rated season to date, the show returns to follow a group of hopefuls as they work their way through a rigorous training camp to vie for a highly-coveted spot on one of America's most iconic teams, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. In a first for the organization, the franchise conducted world-wide auditions virtually, resulting in one of the most diverse and talented casts to-date, and hosted DCC Summer Training Camp inside a "bubble," where hopefuls lived, trained and filmed together. With more auditions and contestants than ever before, the competition is stiff, and the drama is sure to ensue.
Empires of New York, set amid “the grit, greed, and glory” of 1980s New York, premieres Sunday, November 29 at 8:00 pm (ET) on CNBC. Among the tycoons covered are Ivan Boesky, Leona Helmsley, John Gotti and future president Donald Trump.
The award-winning CNN Original Series, This is Life with Lisa Ling, returns for its seventh season on Sunday, November 29, at 9:00 pm (ET). The six-part immersive docuseries (four weeks, double episodes first two weeks) follows journalist Lisa Ling as she travels across America exploring communities that are often unknown or misunderstood. In season seven of This is Life, Ling explores the unlikely bond between prisoners and prep school students, how the digital age is affecting boys as they become men, the illicit massage parlor industry, heroin addiction, families affected by gun violence, and the rising popularity of psychedelic healing.
CNN will premiere Jimmy Carter, Rock & Roll President for television on Sunday, January 3 at 9:00 pm (ET). During his political career and following his presidency, the 39th President of the United States formed lifelong bonds with artists Willie Nelson, the Allman Brothers, Rosanne Cash, Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Nile Rodgers, and many, many others. Director Mary Wharton's engaging film explores how President Carter's deep love of all forms of music has been both a feature and an asset for his storied life and career.
Jeff Dunham is back for more laughs at Comedy Central. The stand-up comic, whose specials rank as the top three among total viewers on the net, has signed on for three more. The first, “Jeff Dunham’s Completely Unrehearsed Last-Minute Pandemic Holiday Special,” premieres Friday, November 27 at 8:00 pm (ET).