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. Nuvo And Fuse Logo 2New 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.