It’s time to kiss 2021 goodbye and say hello to 2022, a year we’re all hoping is just a smidge better than the last.
If you’re playing it safe amid the raging omicron variant and ringing in the new year from the comfort of your couch, you’re going to need some entertainment.
This year is unprecedented when it comes to TV celebrations. Every channel is joining in on the fun and offering up countdowns you do not want to miss!
Get your remote fingers ready to change the channel to cash in on all the fun leading up to midnight!
Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2022 – ABC
It’s almost a tradition to celebrate with the legendary Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve hosted by Ryan Seacrest. The celebrations are being slightly altered this year amid the pandemic, but never fear — the party continues on. And it’s a special one because it marks the show’s 50th anniversary!
Billy Porter and Daddy Yankee (for the first-ever Spanish countdown in Puerto Rico) will be serving as both hosts and performers this year. Other performers include AJR, Avril Lavigne and Travis Barker, Masked Wolf, Walker Hayes, Karol G, and more.
The show kicks off at 8 p.m. and runs through 2 a.m. ET!
— New Year’s Rockin’ Eve (@RockinEve) December 30, 2021
2021: It’s Toast! With Hoda and Jenna – NBC
Your favorite TODAY show hosts want to spend NYE with you in your living room! The fabulous duo will walk down memory lane as they look back at some of the funniest moments that shaped 2021 including viral videos and bloopers. There will also be interviews with celebrities with guests such as Michael Bublé, Savannah Guthrie, Ed Helms, Al Roker, and more. It’s a star-studded party you don’t want to miss.
The show runs from 8 p.m. ET to 10 p.m. ET!
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager Will Host Star-Studded 2021: It's Toast! New Year's Eve Special https://t.co/n2dUibGlkH
— People (@people) December 17, 2021
Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party – NBC
Miley Cyrus is hosting the biggest party in the U.S.A! And SNL comedian and the hottest guy of 2021, Pete Davidson, is coming along for the ride! The duo will be hosting the event from Miami, which will see a slew of fantastic performances from the likes of Brandi Carlile, Billie Joe Armstrong, Saweetie, Anitta, Jack Harlow, 24kGoldn, Kitty Ca$h and more. Maybe we’ll even get an appearance from Davidson’s new bae Kim Kardashian?!
Check it out from 10:30 p.m. ET to 12:30 a.m. ET.
New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash – CBS
Give 2022 a big yee-haw with CBS’s show live from Nashville! Country music fans will be able to enjoy five hours of music with over 50 back-to-back performances. The show will be hosted by Bobby Bones and Rachel Smith and feature performances from Lady A, Luke Bryan, Kelsea Ballerini, Blake Shelton, Darius Rucker, and more.
There will be a countdown at midnight in east and central time zones!
The show runs from 8-11 p.m. ET/PT & 11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. ET/PT.
— Bobby Bones (@mrBobbyBones) December 29, 2021
New Year’s Eve Live With Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen – CNN
They’rreeeee back! The dynamic duo returns for a fifth year! Cohen and Cooper will be broadcasting live from Time’s Square and will be joined by other CNN hosts like Don Lemon, along with correspondents from all over the world. But that’s not all! There will also be incredible appearances by Katy Perry, William Shatner (not from space, unfortunately), Patti LaBelle, Duran Duran, David Arquette, and so much more!
The fun starts at 8 p.m. ET!
— CNN (@CNN) December 28, 2021
All-American New Year 2022 – FOX NEWS
The trio from Fox & Friends Weekend — Will Cain, Rachel Campos-Duffy and Pete Hegseth– will be ringing in 2022 together from Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville. However, other correspondents from around the globe will be checking in throughout the night. And yes, there will be performances from John Rich, Lindsey Ell, John Elefante, and more. Just think of this as a double dose of country music for the new year!
The event starts at 10 p.m. ET and goes through 1:30 a.m. ET!
Of course, there will also be plenty of local programming for NYE, so be sure to check your local listings!
Have a safe and happy new year everyone!
When Does ‘Upload’ Season 3 Come Out?
Fans of Upload—starring Robbie Amell, Andy Allo, and Allegra Edwards—have been waiting patiently for any information about a potential third season, particularly as season 2 left off on quite a bit of a hangover, with Amell’s Nathan Brown’s life hanging in the balance.
But now, we finally have a premiere date along with a brand new trailer that mostly qualms all of those worries.
Upload Season 3 will be here sooner rather than later with an arrival date of October 20, 2023—that is, for the first two episodes. The next few episodes—a total of 8 for the season—will arrive weekly in pairs, with episodes 3 and 4 landing on Oct 27, episodes 5 and 6 on Nov 3, and episodes 7 and 8 on Nov 10.
Episodes release on Prime Video at 12:00 a.m. GMT on the date, which means 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT.
The futuristic sci-fi comedy in which a man uploads to a digital life extension following his untimely death and forms a special bond with his angel (a customer service rep, in present-day terms) immediately built a dedicated fanbase for its comedic tone as it tackles serious issues.
In the trailer teasing the new season, fans see more of Brown’s time on Earth with Nora following his download. While the final moments of season 2 kept his fate uncertain as he suffered a nosebleed, meaning there was a possibility he wasn’t going to live for much longer, he’s very much alive and well 26 days after the download. While they’re still making good on their amazing connection, Nathan and Nora have also joined forces to shut down Freeyond, which has killed hundreds of innocent people in an attempt to rig the election.
But back at Horizon, Tinlsey, who noticed Nathan disappeared, rebooted him from a backup copy, meaning there’s another Nathan that exists in the afterlife. Ingrid is making the most of this “second chance” to do this right as “new Nathan” has no memory of what happened, nor does he remember breaking up with her.
“Two Nathans, one Nora, Never fantasized about this before,” Nora states as she pays a visit to Lakeview, where someone informs her that isn’t cheating, it’s just her boyfriend “6 months ago.”
Ingrid then informs Earth Nathan that “his girl is hanging with my fake dude.”
Will Nora get charmed by Lakeview Nathan? Has the real world taken a toll on their relationship? And is Ingrid really too into the afterlife while still having the opportunity to live a real life?
Check out the trailer and watch the new season starting Oct. 20.
When Does ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Start?
Bachelor Nation—Thursday night is your night.
Following the premiere of The Golden Bachelor, Bachelor in Paradise returns for its 9th season.
The reality series finds former leads and contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette—some fan-favorites, some controversial and least liked—coming together in the carefree setting of a tropical beach destination in Mexico’s Playa Escondida resort to give their journey of finding love another (and hopefully successful) shot.
The contestants then spend roughly three weeks dating around in hopes of finding their soulmate, all while dodging drama and feuds. Some leave the beach engaged, some in committed relationship, and some stay single.
Jesse Palmer will host this season as Wells Adams returns to the bar.
The series will premiere with a 2-hour episode on Thursday September 28 at 9 p.m. ET right after the pilot episode of The Golden Bachelor. Those who can’t catch it live will be able to stream it on Hulu the following day.
They will continue airing on Thursday nights weekly alongside The Golden Bachelor making Thursday’s the new Monday/Tuesday.
Here’s the upcoming cast:
- Greer Blitzer of “The Bachelor” season 27
- Brayden Bowers of “The Bachelorette” season 20
- Aaron Bryant of “The Bachelorette” season 20
- Peter Cappio of “The Bachelorette” season 20
- Jessica “Jess” Girod of “The Bachelor” season 27
- Eliza Isichei of “The Bachelor” season 26 and “Bachelor in Paradise” season 8
- Katherine “Kat” Izzo of “The Bachelor” season 27
- Samantha “Sam” Jeffries of “The Bachelor” season 26
- Olivia Lewis of “The Bachelor” season 27
- Sean McLaughlin of “The Bachelorette” season 20
- Blake Moynes of “The Bachelorette” seasons 16 and 17
- Mercedes Northup of “The Bachelor” season 27
- Rachel Recchia of “The Bachelor” season 26 and “The Bachelorette” season 19
- Kylee Russell of “The Bachelor” season 27
- Aaron Schwartzman of “The Bachelorette” season 20
- Will Urena of “The Bachelorette” season 18
- Brooklyn Willie of “The Bachelor” season 27
- Catherine “Cat” Wong of “The Bachelor” season 27
Anyone who is a fan of Bachelor in Paraside knows that additional contestants are introduced throughout the season, with talks of former Bachelorettes Katie Thurston, Charity Lawson, and Hannah Brown making appearances down the line.
What Time Does ‘The Golden Bachelor’ Start?
ABC is expanding its Bachelor franchise into a new age bracket with The Golden Bachelor.
Gerry Turner, described as a “charming 72-year-old patriarch from Indiana,” will be the first to ever own the title as he sets out to find love amongst 22 hopeful bachelorettes.
The series synopsis notes, “One hopeless romantic is given a second chance at love in the search for a partner with whom to share the sunset years of life.”
There’s been a lot of interest across the board for the spinoff as it’s a refreshing take on the franchise that many found has become quite predictable in recent years as it focuses on the same age group every time.
The new concept doesn’t just pique the interest of longtime Bachelor fans, it’s also enticing older viewers who have never given reality TV a chance, while also sparking interest from younger fans who want to see what kind of drama the older demographic is going to stir up (though Turner did call them the “sweetest” group of women ever).
Many also think that with an older-skewing cast, the focus will be more on finding love versus chasing social media clout as the contestants have all been through their fair share of life experiences and heartache.
“I want to fall in love,” Turner previously explained of his interest in the franchise, noting, “I really want to find my person who can put me in my place when I need it and make me smile at it. The person who can lay down beside you at night, not have to say anything, and you feel it. That’s love. That’s what I want. And I know that person’s out there.”
He was married to his high school sweetheart for 43 years before she died in 2017, so it’s fair to say he’s putting himself out of his comfort zone by pursuing a new romantic connection.
The series will premiere on Thursday, Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. You can stream the episodes the following day on Hulu.
It will continue airing on Thursday nights at 8 p.m. ET, followed by Bachelor in Paradise—who doesn’t love back-to-back Bachelor shows?
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