TV news and notes:
– News ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos landed an interview with President Barack Obama. The President’s first “Day-in the-Life” trip to Minnesota included an interview with Stephanopoulos conducted on June 26 on Air Force One. An air date for the interview hasn’t been announced.
– Terry Crews will host the 30th Television Critics Association Awards. The “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star will also represent the FOX series, which is nominated for two TCA Awards. The awards ceremony takes place on July 19.
– FX comedy “You’re the Worst” has cast Sandra Bernhard as herself in an episode titled “Equally Dead Inside.” The new comedy follows two cynics who meet at a wedding and, against their better judgment, find themselves falling for each other. It premieres Thursday, July 17.
– “Extra” has added some extra hosts in addition to Mario Lopez. Tracey Edmonds and Charissa Thompson will be new co-hosts in Season 21, which premieres Sept. 21. [Deadline]
– AMC has released the key art for its new docu-series “4th and Loud.” The show will follow the inaugural season of the LA KISS Arena football team, which is owned by KISS members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. The show premieres on Aug. 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on AMC.
– Netflix is known for being a great hub of anime, and now it’s adding an original series to its line-up. “Knights of Sidonia,” based on the Tsutomu Nihei manga of the same name, will premiere in its entirety on the streaming service on July 4.
– The 15th annual Latin Grammy Awards have set a date for the awards show. The ceremony will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Nov. 20, and will air on Univision from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET. Nominees will be announced on Sept. 24.
– WWE Network is now available on Amazon Fire TV. The service is available for $9.99 a month with a six-month commitment. Additionally, on June 30, WWE’s “Celebrating Champions: 2014 Special Olympics US Games” — a one-hour special about the “passion, dedication and determination of America’s most inspiring athletes during the week-long celebration of the 2014 USA Games” — will air on FOX Sports 1.