In which I find myself agreeing with the Parents Television Council and begin to question everything.

Oh my God, the Parents Television Council and I actually agree on something. I’m not saying that Pitch is a great show — or that I’ll haven’t already fired it personally — but it is a refreshingly and unapologetically pro-woman, family-friendly series, and maybe putting a sports show on against Thursday Night Football wasn’t the best decision if you’re trying to keep the show alive. FOX.

This asshole, though.

Speaking of FOX News, they’re busily eating themselves.

Here’s a first look at Tim Kring (Heroes) and David Eick (Battlestar Galactica)’s new Freeform sci-fi drama, Beyond. Surprise! It looks an awful lot like Heroes.

NBC wants to get back into the Mindy Kaling business, and has bought a sibling comedy from her. This is mostly interesting because of her own strained relationship with her idiot brother that has been playing out in the media in the past few days.

Both American Gods and Riverdale will get their own comic adaptations. So the adaptations will have their own adaptations.



RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars: Aubrey Plaza joins the judges as the queens make over their own family members. 7 p.m., Logo

Million Dollar Listing New York: Ryan’s Wedding: And they said it would never happen. (Actually, I don’t know that anyone ever said that, I don’t watch these shows. I can’t watch everything on Bravo, y’all.) 9:15 p.m., Bravo

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Ben Affleck, Sarah Paulson, Green Day Late Night with Seth Meyers: Ashton Kutcher, Kevin Millar & Sean Casey, Chris Eliopoulos, Stanton Moore The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Emily Blunt, Gael Garcia Bernal, Phantogram The Late Late Show with James Corden: Zach Galifianakis, Taylor Lautner, Stevie Nicks Jimmy Kimmel Live: Martin Lawrence, Luke Hemsworth, Gary Clark Jr. Conan: Christian Slater, Andy Daly, Kyle Kinane The Daily Show: Carmelo Anthony Watch What Happens Live: Sarah Jessica Parker


THURS 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC Grey’s Anatomy
How to Get Away With Murder
CBS Thursday Night Football: Cardinals at 49ers
CW iHeartRadio Music Festival
FOX Rosewood
NBC Superstore
The Good Place
Chicago Med
The Blacklist

One thought on “In which I find myself agreeing with the Parents Television Council and begin to question everything.

  1. T, this was my exact twitter review of Pitch, “@PITCHonFOX was solid. More important than the actual epi is the message of the show. #NoSportsCeilingforGirls & that’s what makes it great.”

    Its troubling to agree with the PTC but Pitch is a great show for young women to be exposed to. Its about The message. THE MESSAGE!!

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