In which we continue to talk about this dumpster fire of an election. #billybushmademedoit

Melania blamed Billy Bush for Trump talking about being a sexual predator. The internet had some things to say about that. And then some more things.

Related: BOY, BYE. Have we been talking about this for forever? Because it feels like we’ve been talking about this for forever.

And an Apprentice staffer has come forward to say Gary Busey sexually assaulted her, and Trump laughed it off. Gross on so many levels.

Here’s what we know about Stephen Colbert’s live election night special on Showtime: It will be called Stephen Colbert’s Live Election Night Democracy’s Series Finale: Who’s Going To Clean Up This Shit?, he will be free to curse up a storm, and it will be broadcast from the Ed Sullivan Theater.

Joss Whedon and Keegan-Michael Key imagine a post-Trumpian hellscape:

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend changed its theme song for the new season and it might be genius. Oh, and here’s a peek at one of the first songs of the season. They may have blown their budget to make the video, but it’s worth it.

We will finally learn who Negan killed on The Walking Dead on Sunday. (My money is on Maggie.) I made a gallery to help remind you how we got here. No need to thank me.

American Gothic and BrainDead are both dead at CBS. But MacGyver, Bull and Kevin Can Wait have all been picked up for a full season, so good news, Kevin James fans.

And Difficult People has been renewed for a third season on Hulu, praise. (But was that the most flattering photo of Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner you could find??)

The Voice has been renewed for two more seasons, and Gwen Stefani will be back. Hey, remember Cee-Lo? Remember when Cee-Lo was a thing?

Netflix is planning on releasing over 1,000 hours of original programming next year. Stock up on dried goods and catheters.

Are we really talking about the sexuality of a fictional 12-year-old character? Why?

Three people pun $1 on The Price is Right, and people lost their damn minds.

CBS is turning Candy Crush into an hour-long game show because we are through the looking glass, people.

In other development news:

Every single thing about this:


The Contenders 16 for ’16: A look at third party candidates and a reminder that if it weren’t for Nader, things might have been very different in 2000. DON’T THROW YOUR VOTE AWAY, PEOPLE. 7 p.m., PBS

This is Us: Kate learns that her new boyfriend has an ex-wife, something he SHOULD HAVE MENTIONED. 8 p.m., NBC

The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Watch the original BEFORE FOX’S NEW LIVE VERSION. (Sorry for shouting, I just was trying to keep with the trend.) 7 p.m. Logo

Late Night: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Nick Offerman, Wayne Gretzky, Morgan Spurlock, Joseph The Late Late Show with James Corden: Shia LaBeouf, Cobie Smulders, Rachel Bloom Jimmy Kimmel Live: Tom Cruise, Tilda Swinton, X Ambassadors & Tom Morello, Kenny Loggins The Daily Show: Uzo Aduba Watch What Happens Live: Randall Park, Wanda Sykes

TUES. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Middle
American Housewife
Fresh Off the Boat
The Real O’Neals
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
NCIS: New Orleans
CW The Flash
No Tomorrow
FOX Brooklyn Nine-Nine
New Girl
Scream Queens
NBC The Voice
This is Us
Chicago Fire

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