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We're previewing what new films and TV shows are coming your way in 2021!

Hallmark will be kicking off the new year with 4 brand new films, and one of these includes Taking a Shot at Love. Alexa PenaVega, star of the film talked to us about what she loved most regarding this project. She shared:

"I loved that he is this famous hockey player and that she was once this famous ballerina. So, I loved how they are polar opposite and yet they completely understand each other. Those two characters to me I just absolutely loved and I love that it's the first Hallmark movie of next year. I've never been able to do that before, so I am really excited."

NBC's hit musical drama show Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist is back with season 2! Jane Levy talks about where the show will be picking up from:

"In season 2 we pick up about 7 weeks after Mitch's death and Zoey has been living at home with her mom and she has not heard a heart song since the day the music died."

Be sure to check out the new season starting Jan. 5 on NBC! ABC will also be premiering a Celebrity Wheel of Fortune! Contestants include Leslie Jones and Tony Hawk. Former Jeopardy champs are taking part in a new competition called The Chase with Sara Haines. This will be followed by another new game show called The Hustler hosted by Craig Ferguson! All these three series will be dropping new episodes Jan. 7 on ABC. Last, but most definitely not least, Jane Krakowski and Randy Jackson will be hosting a reboot of the show Name That Tune. It is set to premiere Jan. 6 on Fox.

Be sure to check out these new TV shows and films in 2021!

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