By Rick Gables
Dynasty returns to The CW for its fourth season on Friday, May 7, at 9 p.m. ET/PT. After a year’s series hiatus, you can be assured that the Carrington family knives are sharpened and ready for more back stabbings. After somehow surviving her bachelorette party in the third season finale, Fallon (Elizabeth Gillies) just wants to get married to Liam (Adam Huber) and have a nice, calm life. These are two words not usually associated with Carringtons, and they won’t be this season either as the happy couple face their biggest challenges yet. After Blake (Grant Show) and Cristal’s (Daniella Alonso) relationship previously hit some blasphemous turbulence, they will endeavor to make their marriage work. Unfortunately, the universe has other plans, as do multiple enemies, which throws their fate up in the air. Meanwhile, after playing double agent with his parents, Adam (Sam Underwood) realizes he needs to do whatever it takes to make a name for himself outside of his massive family shadow. As he ruthlessly climbs the ladder of success, things with girlfriend Kirby (Maddison Brown) get messy.
Bravo will premiere season nine of Million Dollar Listing New York on Thursday, May 6, at 9 p.m. ET/PT with a supersized episode. The new season welcomes the series’ first female broker, Kirsten Jordan. A top selling agent at her firm and mom to three young children, she’s competitive, tough and ready to face any obstacle that stands in her way. Returning agents include Ryan Serhant, Fredrik Eklund, Steve Gold and Tyler Whitman. This season, the agents face the New York City market in an unprecedented way. At the epicenter of the COVID-19 crisis and facing looming uncertainties, the city is completely flipped upside down. The agents must work together to strategize their listings as city dwellers flee to more scenic locations and listing prices dramatically drop.
HGTV will premiere its new 6-episode event series Home Town Takeover on Sunday, May 2, at 8 p.m. ET/PT, with guest appearances by Sheryl Crow, Eddie Jackson, Randy Fenoli and loads of HGTV stars. The new series brings Ben and Erin Napier to Wetumpka, Alabama, for a spectacular whole-town makeover. Twelve major renovations will be featured.