How about we spend the day looking at Halloween costumes instead of thinking about the election.


Let’s spend our sugar hangover looking at Halloween costumes:

Jenna Fischer officially won Halloween with her son’s costume. Thanks for playing, rest of the world:

But the cast of New Girl as The People vs. O.J. Simpson is pretty great:

If you missed the morning show costume parties, here is a gallery of their different looks. I don’t know what The View was thinking with those dumb cartoon costumes. Betty Boop will be giving me nightmares for weeks.

Here are a bunch of celebrities in their costumes. This is only tangentially related to television, but I do not care. My blog, I do what I want.

Stranger Things gave us all a little Halloween treat yesterday:

Obviously, Funko is putting out Stranger Things figurines. It’s surprising they haven’t already, frankly.

SPOILER FOR STRANGER THINGS. Roll over to read: Yes, Eleven will be returning.

Sarah Paulson will be playing a THIRD role this season on American Horror Story: Roanoke (if you count Audrey and “Shelby” as two separate roles), reprising ‘Asylum’s’ Lana Winters. Ryan Murphy is just straight-up fucking with our heads now.

Penny Dreadful might have come to a surprise conclusion on Showtime this summer, but it will live on as a comic series. That works.

Oooh, Donna Brazile, you done messed up.

The Odd Couple will honor Garry Marshall with an episode featuring Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Don Most, Penny Marshall, Cindy Williams and Pam Dawber. This warms my child-of-the-80s television-obsessed heart.

Let’s talk ratings: Pure Genius debuted to numbers lower than Rush Hour, so don’t get too attached; Timeless isn’t doing terribly, but it needs to step up its game if it wants to be picked up for a second season; even though Lucifer was picked up for a full season (see below) things are looking bleak for a second season, and I hope you don’t like The Exorcist too much — even though it’s actually a pretty creepy series; Conviction is doomed; and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has miserable ratings (YOU PEOPLE NEED TO WATCH THIS SHOW), but it might not matter one bit.

I barely get to recover from New Year’s even when I will have to start drinking, HEAVILY, again.


Mike Schur of Parks and Recreation and Matt Hubbard from 30 Rock are working together on Action Land, an amusement park comedy for NBC. YES. YES TO THIS.

In development news:

Things are not looking great for From Dusk Til Dawn to continue past this season over on El Rey. All of the cast have been released from their contracts.

But Lucifer will be sticking around for the entire second season.

It’s the most popular Netflix series, somehow, so here’s the Fuller House trailer:


Atlanta: It’s already the season finale somehow! 9 p.m., FX

White Supremacy: Going Under: This documentary tells the story of three people who infiltrated white supremacist groups in an effort to take them down.  7 p.m., History

Troublemaker: Ahead of her series about Scientology that will debut later this month, Leah Remini discusses how she became involved with the church. 9 p.m., A&E

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Whoopi Goldberg, Zoe Lister-Jones, Lecrae Late Night with Seth Meyers: Common, Pamela Adlon, John Prine, Iris Dement, Hannah Welton The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Mel Gibson, Luke Bracey, Tegan & Sara The Late Late Show with James Corden: Mark Consuelos, Zooey Deschanel, Kenny Chesney Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jake Gyllenhaal, Hailee Steinfeld, Keith Urban Conan: Louis C.K. The Daily Show: Susan Rice Watch What Happens Live: Kate Chastain, Captain Lee


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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