Renewed and returning: “Cesar 911,” “Daryl’s House”

In this week's round-up, musician Daryl Hall (pictured) and dog whisperer Cesar Milan are back for second seasons of Live from Daryl's House and Cesar 911, while life coach Iyanla Vanzant gets a fourth season of Iyanla: Fix My Life.
April 11, 2014

In this week’s round-up, musician Daryl Hall (pictured) and dog whisperer Cesar Milan are back for second seasons of Palladia’s Live from Daryl’s House and Nat Geo Wild’s Cesar 911, while life coach Iyanla Vanzant gets a fourth season of OWN’s Iyanla: Fix My Life and chef Gerry Garvin returns for a third season of Cooking Channel’s Road Trip with G. Garvin.

Viacom Media Network-owned HD music channel Palladia has renewed Daryl Hall’s performance series Live from Daryl’s House, in which the Hall and Oates musician invites musicians to his home to play music. The Good Cop Bad Cop Productions-made show will premiere in early 2015 on Palladia as well as on the VH1 app and

Elsewhere, Nat Geo Wild has greenlit a second season of the ITV Studios America and Leepson Bounds Entertainment-produced Cesar Milan series Cesar 911, in which Milan travels to new neighborhoods to reform troubled canines. The show is set to air in the U.S. and internationally, and production will begin this spring.

Meanwhile, spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant is returning to OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network in May with the fourth season premiere of Harpo Studios-produced self-help series Iyanla: Fix My Life. The season, which will have eight one-hour episodes, follows Vanzant as she travels across the U.S. helping individuals in crisis, including rapper and reality TV star Saigon. Iyanlya: Fix My Life premieres May 10 at 9 p.m. EST/PST.

Finally, the third season of Cooking Channel’s Road Trip with G. Garvin will premiere May 21 at 9 p.m. EST/PST. The Powerhouse Productions-made series – which follows cookbook author and and chef Gerry Garvin as he tours the U.S. in search of Southern-inspired dishes – will feature 13 episodes.

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