Ryan Murphy announces a “secret” AHS season. Someone needs to explain to Ryan Murphy what a secret is.

Oh lord, Ryan Murphy is threatening to drop a secret season of American Horror Story on us at any moment. “I’ve been working with a writer on a season that only he and I know. It’s like a two-year project that we’ll continue to work on the sly and not tell anybody.” That’s not how secrets work, Ryan Murphy.

There was a Lost concert last week on the anniversary of the premiere and I didn’t get to go and I’m still bitter about it.

Whoopi Goldberg has had just about enough, and who could blame her, honestly.

Someone please give Daniel Radcliffe a role on Game of Thrones.

Oh my God, what if this entire election is just some nightmarish real-life Pawnee city council election writ large? JUST READ BOBBY NEWPORT’S OFFICIAL BIO FOR YOURSELF. YOU CAN HEAR TRUMP SAYING ALL OF THAT, ADMIT IT. It would be funny if it weren’t TERRIFYING.

Mad Men is dead. Long live Mad Men.

Superstore has been supersized by another 9 episodes.

And Ride with Norman Reedus has been renewed for a second season. “BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR DARYL?” ask a million Walking Dead fans.

Matt LeBlanc is sticking around Top Gear for a while longer.

Don’t worry, the Doctor will make an appearance in that Doctor Who spinoff.

Jane Pauley is your new Charles Osgood.

Answers to questions you weren’t asking: who is the stand-in for Zorn on Son of Zorn?

The New York Times wrote this whole long piece about why the fashion world is obsessed with RuPaul’s Drag Race, which could have really been summed up with, “because it’s awesome, duh.”

ABC is working on a Cagney & Lacey-like cop procedural. May I offer a few ideas:


In other development news:

Oh! Happy (belated) 80th birthday, Jim Henson. You’re still missed.

Heartbreaking news about Monty Python‘s Terry Jones. Our thoughts are with his friends and loved ones during this difficult time.

R.I.P. Arnold Palmer.


Presidential debates: Like you’re not going to watch. 8 p.m., Pretty much any channel

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Samuel L. Jackson, Gina Rodriguez, the Lemon Twigs Late Night with Seth Meyers: Will Forte, Mandy Moore, David Ortiz, Danny Carey The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Rob Lowe, Kal Penn The Late Late Show with James Corden: Lea Michele, Norm Macdonald, Nothing But Thieves Jimmy Kimmel Live: Owen Wilson, Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, the Lumineers Conan: Patton Oswalt, Joe Walsh, Tall Heights The Daily Show: Alicia Menendez Watch What Happens Live: Amy Schumer


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ABC Dancing with the Stars
Presidential Debate
CBS The Big Bang Theory
Kevin Can Wait
Presidential Debate
CW Supergirl
FOX Gotham
Presidential Debate
NBC The Voice
Presidential Debate

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