All new Paramount+ movies and TV shows announced on Investor Day 2022 – The Streamable
At ViacomCBS (now renamed Paramount Global) Investor Day 2022, the company announced a myriad of new titles coming to Paramount+ with release dates through 2025. This includes five new cinematic series from the co-creator of “Yellowstone” Taylor Sheridan as well as many classic reboots, season renewals and several universe expansions.
TV series are coming to Paramount+
Taylor Sheridan Series
- Earthman: Taylor Sheridan remains a busy man as Paramount+ just unveiled a whole bunch of new shows in its “Sheridan universe.” Billy Bob Thornton will play a crisis manager for an oil company, based on the Boomtown podcast. The series will begin production in 2023.
- 1932: The Yellowstone prequel “1883” is getting a second season as well as a new spin-off – “1932” – which will follow a new generation of Duttons through the era of Western expansion, Prohibition and the Great Depression. It’s based on the historic Texas ranch that appeared in “Yellowstone” Season 4.
- King of Tulsa: Sylvester Stallone stars in what was once known as “Kansas City”. It will begin production in March and premiere in the fall.
- Lioness: Based on a real CIA program and follows a Marine recruited to befriend the daughter of a terrorist in order to bring down the organization from within. Zoe Saldaña will star and be produced by Sheridan, Glasser, Burkle, Yari, Hutkin and Nicole Kidman. Production will begin in June 2022.
- Bass Reeves: Will star David Oyelowo, remains in development.
- Beavis and Butthead: The duo are back and dumber than ever in an all-new series premiering on Paramount+. Additionally, the full library of over 200 Beavis and Butt-Head episodes and the previously announced new movie, “Beavis and Butt-Head do the Universe,” will also be coming to the service.
- South Park: Later this year, the TV series will be coming to Paramount+ internationally as an exclusive SVOD house with over 300 episodes. Season 27 will hit the platform in 2024, and the full library will head to Paramount+US in 2025.
- Sonic the Hedgehog: The first-ever “live-action” Sonic original series will feature the character Knuckles, voiced by Idris Elba.
- Dora the Explorer: Paramount Global is expanding its “Dora the Explorer” universe even further. First slated for 2023, the first-ever live-action series will revolve around Dora and other beloved characters. Although there will be a series announced last year as a show for children aged 6 to 11, there will also be a show inspired by the tone of the 2019 film “Dora and the Lost City of Gold”, intended to preteens.
- The Challenge: War of the Worlds: The show takes the winners of the expanding Challenge series of competitions and pits them against each other in a new global tournament to declare the first Challenge World Champion.
- All Star Shore: A docuseries hybrid contest featuring 14 stars from ‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’, ‘Love is Blind’, ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’, ‘Geordie Shore’, ‘Acapulco Shore’ and ‘Bachelor in Paradise’, among others . The band will be vacationing in Gran Canaria, Spain, in an attempt to win the grand prize and global bragging rights.
- Argentine coast, Colombian coast and Australian coast: Seven new localized versions of the “Shore” franchise will launch on Paramount+ internationally, with more cities to be announced.
- Ink Master: Coming to Paramount+ in markets around the world, the hit tattoo contest will have all-new episodes later this year.
- Real World Homecoming: New Orleans: The third installment of the unscripted original hit series will reunite original New Orleans cast members David “Tokyo” Broom, Melissa Howard, Jamie Murray, Danny Roberts, Matt Smith, Julie Stoffer and Kelley Wolf in “The Big Easy”. Additionally, the original season of “The Real World: New Orleans” will be available to stream in April.
- Star Trek: Strange New Worlds: This series about the legendary Captain Pike will hit the service on May 5.
- Fatal attraction: A reimagining of the classic 1980s psychosexual thriller starring Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson.
- Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies: A “splattering” musical prequel to the classic movie “Grease.”
- rabbit hole: Psychological thriller starring Kiefer Sutherland as private spy agent James Weir.
- The offer: Premiering April 28, 2022. Tells the story of how “The Godfather” almost didn’t happen.
- Happy face: The series is inspired by the podcast of iHeartMedia and Melissa Jesperson-Moore, the book “Shattered Silence” written by Jesperson-Moore with Mr. Bridget Cook and the true story of Jesperson-Moore.
There will also be a first-ever PAW Patrol TV series spin-off on the service as well as a new “Monster High” anime series. Also, a series of series renewals including “Rupaul’s Drag Race All Stars”, “Queen of the Universe” and even “iCarly” episodes arriving later this year.
Additionally, Season 2 renewals for “Halo” and international hits “Cecilia” and “Los Enviados” (The Envoys) have been announced. New seasons of “Super Pumped” (Season 2) and “Billions” (Season 7 for Showtime) have also been ordered. “Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber” is slated to premiere on February 27.
Upcoming movies on Paramount+
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Nickelodeon Animation follows the release of the next CG-animated theatrical film with a series of exclusive films for Paramount+ starting in 2023. Each will center on one of the property’s legendary villains in stories never told.
- Transformers: Rise of the Beasts: It follows a new species of Transformers who must find their place among the Autobots, Decepticons, and the human family that adopts them. The film was previously announced as an “Untitled Animated Transformers film”, with Josh Cooley attached to direct, and will debut in theaters in 2023. A new animated series will arrive this fall, and in 2024 a CG-animated Transformers theatrical film will be released. .
- Sonic the Hedgehog: Currently in development, it is the third installment in the flagship franchise. The sequel hits theaters on April 8.
- Blue’s adventure in the big city: An animated/live-action hybrid “Blue’s Clues & You!” film that follows Josh, Steve, Joe and Blue to New York to audition for a major Broadway musical. It should be presented later this year.
- Sponge Bob SquarePants: Three new SpongeBob SquarePants character spinoff movies for Paramount+ are in the works at Nickelodeon Studios, in addition to a new theatrical release about the porous resident who lives in a pineapple under the sea. Paramount+, which focuses on different residents of Bikini Bottom, will be released in 2023.
- Teen Wolf: The first-ever original production from MTV Entertainment Studios and MGM’s Orion Television, Paramount+ will reunite the original cast of Teen Wolf for an exclusive feature film. This includes recurring cast members Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig and Crystal Reed, Orny Adams, Linden Ashby, JR Bourne, Seth Gilliam, Colton Haynes, Ryan Kelley, Melissa Ponzio and Dylan Sprayberry. Other names have yet to be announced.
- The SEAL Team: CBS will expand the hit drama “SEAL Team” by producing a standalone film for Paramount+.
- Babylon: From Oscar-winning director Damian Chazelle, the film will star Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie. It will appear in theaters before being released on the platform.
- StarTrek: After several false starts, the next Star Trek movie starring Chris Pine and company is gearing up to begin production by the end of 2022.
- Fantasy Football: This original new action movie follows 16-year-old Amber Coleman (Marsai Martin) who discovers that she can control her professional soccer father’s prowess on the pitch through his video game.
- Honor Society: A live-action comedy film that follows Honor (Angourie Rice), an ambitious high school student whose only goal is to get into Harvard, assuming she can first earn the coveted recommendation of her guidance counselor, Mr. Calvin (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), Honor concocts a plan to eliminate her top three student competitors, until things go awry when she unexpectedly falls for her biggest competition, Michael (Gaten Matarazzo). Other cast members include Armani Jackson and Amy Keum.
- Hush hush: New original film adaptation of Becca Fitzpatrick’s New York Times best-selling novels, “Hush Hush” is a supernatural love story about the forbidden love between a girl and a fallen angel. Production is scheduled for 2022.
ViacomCBS President Bob Bakish has announced that beginning in 2024, all new Paramount theatrical releases will head directly to Paramount+ after they hit theaters.
A “Quiet Place” spin-off will hit theaters on September 22, 2023, however, it’s unclear whether or not it will be on the service. The same goes for Krasinski’s next future hit “IF” which is scheduled for release on November 17, 2023. “Quiet Place III” will be released in 2025.
A “Baby Shark” movie (2023), a live-action musical movie “Monster High” and a “PAW Patrol” sequel titled “The Mighty Movie” are also in the works.
Other theatrical blockbusters coming to Paramount+ include “Lost City,” the seventh and eighth “Mission Impossible” movies, “Top Gun,” and a Dungeon & Dragons movie.
Upcoming international titles at Paramount+
- NCIS: Sydney: The new original series from one of the world’s biggest and most successful franchises is slated for 2023. It will feature local stories with Australian actors and producers, and will be filmed in one of the world’s busiest port cities. picturesque in the world.
- sexy beast(UK): A prequel series is happening after all. The prequel to the cult British gangster flick will trace the origin story of characters Gal Dove, Don Logan and Teddy Bass.
- A gentleman in Moscow (UK): This drama series is based on the novel by Amor Towles and is set in 1922, with the main character, Count Rostov, who finds himself stuck in Moscow
- The Chemistry of Death by Simon Beckett (Germany): The psychological crime series is based on the novels by Simon Beckett following forensic anthropologist Dr. David Hunter.
- The low (South Korea): The drama/sci-fi series is set in the year 2032. There, an unknown space designed so that the dead can continue to live by downloading memories of their lives from their brains, raises questions about the life and death.