The Hallmark Channel announced that the series finale of “Good Witch” will premiere on July 25 at 9 p.m.

In the final episode, titled “The Wedding,” the Merriwick cousins get ready to face the mysterious force putting their family legacy at risk while changes are in store for others.

“‘Good Witch’ has enchanted viewers for over a decade with eight original movies, in addition to the seven-season series,” said Randy Pope, SVP, programming & development. “We thank our leads whose chemistry and talent made ‘Good Witch’ such a beloved and uniquely special viewing experience: Catherine Bell, who has brought the inimitable Cassie Nightingale to life for 13 years, and James Denton, who as Dr. Sam Radford has added so much charm and humor to the series. We also extend our gratitude and thanks to the entire cast and crew for their dedication and hard work.”

The series stars Catherine Bell, James Denton, Sarah Power, Catherine Disher, Kylee Evans, Katherine Barrell, Marc Bendavid and Scott Cavalheiro.

Darin Goldberg, Orly Adelson, Jonathan Eskenas, Craig Pryce and Frank Siracusa serve as executive producers. Colin Brunton is a producer, while Julie Lawrence and Angie Cassiram are associate producers.

Also in today’s TV news roundup:


FBoy Island” will premiere on HBO Max on July 29 as part of the streamer’s summer slate of unscripted television, which also will include the debut of “The Hype” on Aug. 12 and “Sweet Life: Los Angeles” on Aug. 19. “FBoy Island” puts a new spin on the reality dating series concept and ships 24 men to a tropical island where three women are waiting to find love. Half of the men are “nice guys” also looking for a real relationship, while the others are self-proclaimed “f-boys” competing for a cash prize. The women will navigate the dating pool together in the hopes of finding a lasting connection and avoid the f-boys they’ve so hard tried to leave behind. Comedian Nikki Glaser will host and executive produce alongside Elan Gale, Jason Goldberg, Ben Bitonti and Sam Dean. “The Hype” will collide the innovative spirit of streetwear and entrepreneurship for a competition series that pits ten streetwear professionals against one another to prove they can deliver elevated, authentic products. Speedy Morman will serve as host, with special guests Cardi B, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Ferg, Dapper Dan and Bobby Hundreds set to appear throughout the show. The competitors will be judged by a panel that includes Offset, Bephie Birkett and Marni Senofonte. “The Hype” is executive produced by David Collins, Rob Eric, Michael Williams, Jay Brown, Tyran “Ty Ty” Smith, Rikki Hughes and Rachelle Mendez. From Issa Rae, “Sweet Life: Los Angeles” gives an honest, unique look at what it means to be a young, Black dream-chaser in the heart of South Los Angeles. It follows a group of ambitious childhood friends navigating their mid-20s, love, family and building their careers in their hometown. It is executive produced by Rae, Montrel McKay, Jimmy Fox, Sheri Maroufkhani, Leola Westbrook, Sun de Graaf, Rajah Ahmed and Pyongson “Sunny” Yim.


Freeform released a trailer for Season 3B of “Good Trouble” ahead of its July 14 premiere. The continued third season resumes with Callie (Maia Mitchell) battling Jamie (Beau Mirchoff) in the biggest court case of her career, while rekindling her roomie fling with Gael (Tommy Martinez). Meanwhile Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) is forced to choose between Evan (T.J. Linnard) and her friends and colleagues in the Fight Club. Elsewhere in the coterie, Malika (Zuri Adele) is dealing with the aftermath of her changing relationship with Isaac (Sarunas J. Jackson) and Alice (Sherry Cola) deals with her bold departure from the problematic diversity program. Watch the trailer below.


Moonbug Entertainment Ltd. and Amazon Kids Plus are creating a new, long-form episodic series called “Blippi’s Treehouse” as part of Amazon and Moonbug’s previously announced deal. As Blippi’s YouTube channel hits 1 billion views per month, the new series will expand Blippi’s online presence. It will premiere exclusively on Amazon Kids Plus at a future date.


Vincent Vermignon has joined the cast of  HBO Max’s “The Staircase,” which also stars previously announced series regulars Colin Firth, Toni Collette, Rosemarie DeWitt, Juliette Binoche, Parker Posey, Odessa Young, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Dane DeHaan, Olivia DeJonge, Sophie Turner, Michael Stuhlbarg and Tim Guinee. In the limited series, Vermignon will play Jean-Xavier, director of the documentary “The Staircase.