I don’t want to talk about this whole Donald Trump mess, I know you don’t want to talk about this whole Donald Trump mess, but we kind of have to talk about this whole Donald Trump mess.

Look, I don’t want to talk about the presidential election on a TV blog any more than you do, but when a nominee jokes about trying to sleep with Nancy O’Dell and brags about groping women while on a soap opera set with Billy Bush while preparing to tape a segment for Access Hollywood, it’s hard to argue that television hasn’t been dragged into this mess.

All the relevant fallout:

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And now let’s watch some funny people make light of this whole awful mess and move on:

Do shows with the word “America” or “American” make the show’s ratings great again? An investigation.

Apparently, Lifetime is making a movie based on Dr. Dre’s relationship with his ex, Michel’le, and he’s NOT HAPPY ABOUT IT.

Lady Gaga is a busy lady these days. When she’s not seducing Cuba Gooding Jr. out in the woods, she’s appearing on Saturday Night Live, preparing for the Super Bowl halftime show and taking a ride in James Corden’s carpool karaoke.

If cheesetastic B-movies are your thing, IFC has you covered this month.

New York Comic-Con also happened this weekend, which means a ton of trailers were released:

A thing about me: I am anti-superhero shows. They’re just not my jam. But even I have to say that Marvel’s Legion looks kinda amazing — if only for the cast alone. Aubrey Plaza, Dan Stevens and Jean Smart? I mean, come on.

If you liked True Blood, but found all the nudity a bit too-too, you’re gonna love Midnight, Texas.

IFC’s Stan Against Evil looks like another Ash vs. The Evil Dead, which isn’t a bad thing.

Alright, so here’s our first look at the upcoming season of The Walking Dead and things don’t sound great for one of our most favorite characters. Mix up a batch of riot juice, kids. (Bonus: Andrew Lincoln managed to prank Norman Reedus at NYCC without even being there.)

Here’s a glimpse at season 3 of 12 Monkeys. Who even knows what’s going on here.

The trailer for the second season of The Man in the High Castle is here and it’s intriguing.

Here is your first look at the Doctor Who spinoff, Class:

And here’s a looksee at the Doctor Who Christmas special, yay!

Speaking of Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi has a pretty great idea for an episode.

And alert, John Noble fans, he’s returning to Sleepy Hollow this season.

But Barb won’t be returning to Stranger Things, so let it go, guys.


In other development news:

As for renewals: Ash vs. The Evil Dead, and @midnight with Chris Hardwick live to see another season.




Freakish: A chemical leak starts the zombie apocalypse in this new teen horror series. Hulu

Supergirl: Remember, she’s flying over to a new channel. Season premiere. 7 p.m., The CW

2 Broke Girls: Season premiere. 8 p.m., CBS

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Taraji P. Henson, David Harbour, Phish, Doyle Bramhall II Late Night with Seth Meyers: Sarah Silverman, Jake Tapper, Thaddeus Dixon, Corey Glover & Vernon Reid Jimmy Kimmel Live: Don Rickles, John Stamos, Two Door Cinema Club The Daily Show: Rep. Xavier Becerra Watch What Happens Live: Vicki Gunvalson, Kristin Chenoweth

MON. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC Dancing with the Stars
CBS The Big Bang Theory
Kevin Can Wait
2 Broke Girls
(new — PREMIERE)
CW Supergirl
(new — PREMIERE)
No Tomorrow
FOX Gotham
NBC The Voice

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