Fuse Media today unveiled its 2015-16 programming slate that includes two new series, the return of Big Freedia: Queen Of Bounce, a new season of docu-series boxing competition Knockout, several comedy specials and several series in development, including an unscripted show from Jennifer Lopez’ Nuyorican Prods. New series White Guy Talk Show is a daily pop culture pop show hosted by comedians Grace Parra and Saurin Choksi. It premieres this week, airing weeknights at 10:30 PM. Skee TV, hosted by producer, digital media pioneer and entrepreneur DJ Skee, premieres April 9 at 11 PM. The weekly show provides insider access into the world of music with interviews and live performances, and covers trends in tech, culture and style.
Fuse’s top-rated original series Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce, which brings viewers into the New Orleans underground hip hop scene, will be back for its fourth season this fall. Its Season 3 debut on February 25 was the most-watched original series premiere in Fuse’s 12-year history, the network says.
Fuse also announced it will launch new network, FM, this fall, that targets the 18-34 audience. The music-centric cable and digital media brand will focus on up-and-coming, young, diverse talent. More details will come later. Additionally, Fuse is announcing several series in development, including an unscripted show from Jennifer Lopez’ Nuyorican Productions and a scripted, animated comedy from comedian Gabriel Iglesias.