TVLine Items: Denise Richards’ New Reality Series, Peacemaker Season 2 Castings and More

E! is going where the wild things are.

The cable network has ordered the comedic docuseries Denise Richards and the Wild Things (working title), chronicling the actress and her family, to premiere in 2025.

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In the show, Richards — who also serves as executive producer — her daughters Sami, Lola and Eloise, and husband Aaron “test each other’s boundaries and show us what their famous, loving and controversial life is like,” per the official description.

“My family and I are thrilled to return home to E! [which aired the reality series Denise Richards: It’s Complicated from 2008-2009]. Sami and Lola were just 3 and 4 years old when we first shared our story and now we’ve come full circle,” Richards said in a statement. “[Executive producer] Alex Baskin and I met when I joined The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and I loved doing that show. This is the perfect partnership for our family’s series as our lives are full of fun, love and unpredictability, and we can’t wait for the audience to share this adventure with us.”

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* Peacemaker Season 2 has cast Sol Rodriguez (Star Trek: Picard) as Sasha Bordeaux (a Batman ally in the DC comics) and David Denman (The Office) in an undisclosed role, per The Hollywood Reporter. Additionally, exec producer James Gunn confirmed on Threads that Freddie Stroma will be back as Vigilante.

* Mia McKenna-Bruce (Vampire Academy), Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown) and Martin Freeman (Sherlock) will star in the Netflix’s Agatha Christie series The Seven Dials Mystery, written by Chris Chibnall (Doctor Who, Broadchurch), our sister site Variety reports.

* Michael Mando (Better Call Saul) will recur in Prime Video’s graphic novel adaptation Criminal, starring Charlie Hunnam, Adria Arjona and Richard Jenkins, our sister site Deadline reports.

* The two-part docuseries Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken will premiere Tuesday, July 9 on Paramount+; watch a trailer:

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