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JoJo Siwa Docuseries, Mo Season 2 Casting News, and More

JoJo Siwa is returning to her reality TV roots with a new docuseries created by Dance Moms creator Jeff Collins, as reported by Variety.

The untitled project will focus on Siwa’s personal life and her career as a singer, dancer, and actor.

“Cameras will get an in-depth look into her creative process as she charts her course as an adult pop star – evolving from the beloved child star audiences adored on screen,” according to production company Resilient Content.

“JoJo will reveal what it’s like to be one of the world’s most famous 20-year-olds running various businesses, fulfilling a recording deal, and living by herself for the first time. The storylines will emanate from JoJo, told in first person by her and those within her inner circle.”

At eight years old, Siwa first became familiar to TV viewers on the Dance Moms spinoff Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition.

She went on to appear on Dance Moms (which is getting a reboot at Hulu), Dancing With the Stars, and served as a judge on So You Think You Can Dance.

In related news, Simon Rex and Johanna Braddy are set to appear in Season 2 of Netflix’s Mo, as reported by Variety.

Rex will play Guy, a hot new chef who becomes a romantic rival for Mo, while Braddy will portray Austin, a slightly unhinged Texan who is the sister-in-law to Mo’s good friend Hameed, played by Moayad Alnefaie.

Additionally, Joe Rogan: Burn the Boats, a live Netflix comedy special, will stream on Saturday, Aug. 3 at 10/9c.

The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat, a new movie based on the 2013 novel, will begin streaming on Hulu starting Friday, Aug. 23.

The film stars Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor, Sanaa Lathan, and Uzo Aduba. Watch a trailer for the movie:

Netflix has also released a trailer for Saving Bikini Bottom: The Sandy Cheeks Movie.

The animated film features Sandy Cheeks and SpongeBob SquarePants journeying to Texas to save Bikini Bottom from a villainous plot. It premieres on Friday, Aug. 2. Watch the trailer:

Source: Variety