TV News: Tour, CW, Luke, Broad, Unreal, Ray

Tour De Pharmacy
HBO has released a new trailer for their latest sports mockumentary “Tour de Pharmacy” from the team behind the tennis comedy “7 Days in Hell”. Andy Samberg, Orlando Bloom, Daveed Diggs, John Cena, Dolph Lundgren, Phylicia Rashad, James Marsden, Danny Glover, Freddie Highmore, Julia Ormond, Mike Tyson and Jeff Goldblum co-star in the film which premieres on HBO on July 8th at 10pm.

The CW
The CW has the premiere dates for the new seasons of their series which will all debut during the week of Monday, October 9th. “Supergirl” and “Valor” start on that date, Tuesday October 10th sees the fourth season of “The Flash” and the third season of “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” return with the latter scoring Tala Ashe (“American Odyssey,” “Smash”) in a series-regular role as a gray hat hacktivist from the year 2030.

Wednesday October 11th kicks off “Riverdale” and “Dynasty”, Thursday October 12th sees “Supernatural” and “Arrow” return, and Friday October 13th kick off on “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and “Jane the Virgin”. [Source: The CW]

Luke Cage
Marvel and Netflix have officially begun filming the second season of “Luke Cage” in New York this week with both star Mike Colter and showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker returning for the follow-up.

Colter previously confirmed that shooting on the new season will run from June through March next year which suggests it won’t air on the streaming service until mid-2018. [Source: On Location Vacations]

Broad City
Abbi and Ilana are back and Comedy Central have premiered a new fourth season trailer for the odd couple comedy series “Broad City” which returns to the network on August 23rd. Ten new episodes are being screened as part of the run.

The story follows two best friends navigating their twenties in New York City whose adventures always lead down unexpected and outlandish paths.

Lifetime will not premiere the third season of its formerly acclaimed reality series soap “UnReal” until the early part of 2018, skipping airing any new episodes this year. The network confirmed the development after it was announced on Twitter by co-star Constance Zimmer.

Following a rocky second season, “UnReal” executive producer Stacy Rukeyser last fall was named new showrunner with production already wrapped. [Source: Deadline]

Ray Donovan
Showtime has premiered a trailer for the fifth season of the Liev Schrieber-led L.A. handler drama “Ray Donovan”. Susan Sarandon is onboard this season in the role of Samantha Winslow, the head of a movie studio who has a “profound effect on shifting Ray’s life.” The new season debuts on Sunday, August 9th.