TVLine Items: Real Time With Bill Maher Renewed, Netflix’s Untamed Starring Eric Bana and More

Real Time with Bill Maher has been renewed for two additional seasons, HBO announced on Wednesday.

“Two more years in the dream job of a lifetime, on the network so many dream of being on – I think that’s what we call a no-brainer,” the titular host said in a statement.

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Maher shares his perspective on contemporary issues in the late-night talk show, which features an “opening monologue, one-on-one interviews with notable guests, roundtable discussions with panelists and its signature ‘New Rules,’” per the official synopsis.

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* Netflix’s has ordered to series the NPS thriller Untamed from Mark L. Smith (The Revenant, The Boys in the Boat) and his daughter Elle Smith, and starring Eric Bana, Variety reports.

* Kelly Clarkson, Peyton Manning and NBC sportscaster Mike Tirico will host the Opening Ceremony at the 2024 Paris Olympics this summer.

* Disney+ has released a trailer for Renegade Nell, in which “a quick-witted and courageous young woman (played by Derry Girls’ Louisa Harland) finds herself framed for murder and unexpectedly becomes the most notorious outlaw in 18th-century England.” Nick Mohammed (Ted Lasso) co-stars in the nine-episode series, which drops in its entirety on Friday, March 29:

* Hop, the new animated children’s program from Marc Brown (Arthur) — and described as a “heartwarming comedy about embracing people’s differences” — will premiere Thursday, April 4 on Max.

* Prime Video’s home renovation series Going Home with Tyler Cameron, which chronicles the former Bachelorette contestant’s efforts to launch his own company, will debut all eight episodes on Thursday, April 18.

* Tubi has released a trailer for the horror-comedy Slay, set for release on Friday, March 22 and starring Drag Race favorites Trinity the Tuck, Heidi N Closet, Crystal Methyd and Cara Melle:

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