I’m going to think about the fantasy world of ‘Game of Thrones’ because I can’t deal with our real world right now.

HBO is still talking to George R.R. Martin about a Game of Thrones prequel, distracting him from FINISHING THOSE DAMN BOOKS ALREADY. GEORGE.

Some more Game of Thrones spoiler analysis which suggests that a particular castle might only be used for one castle instead of standing in for two castles which would have very big implications for the plot and just ignore all of this if you haven’t been following Game of Thrones spoilers because you are a person with willpower and good character.

Speaking of Game of Thrones, this SodaStream commercial is kind of amazing — stick with it. (Not everyone agrees with me, though.)

~sighs in resignation~
~googles: “box wine delivery options”~ 

Here’s the part where we have to talk politics because this is just how it’s going to be now that we elected a television celebrity President. Again, great job, everyone. Way to go.

Shameless‘ Emmy Rossum has been targeted with horrific anti-Semitic tweets since the election.

Ivanka Trump has been hawking the $10,000 bracelet she wore on 60 Minutes during her father’s interview, so that’s cool.

Seth Meyers has some thoughts on giving Trump a chance following Steve Bannon’s appointment to the White House. Related: You should start DVRing Late Night with Seth Meyers if you aren’t already. He’s giving us the best, smartest commentary currently available:

Stephen Colbert finally had a follow-up interview with Trump:

Jimmy Kimmel asked kids what they think about Donald Trump. It’s probably what you imagine:

Westworld, Insecure and Divorce have all been renewed by HBO — but Westworld may not return until 2018.

In some “don’t give up hope on humanity just yet” news: Brendan Dassey, from Making a Murderer, was ordered released from jail.

And thank you, Brett Gelman. This is what principle looks like.

The head of CBS Interactive said with a straight face that they had to put the new Star Trek series behind a paywall for its own success because no one like sci-fi. LOL SURE.

Here are 7 pilots that never became TV shows, but should have.

Premiere dates!

ABC and Marvel are teaming up for another superhero series, Inhumans, which was originally supposed to be a movie but isn’t now, so.

In other development news:

R.I.P. Janet Wright, Canadian actress.

R.I.P. Frank Konigsberg, producer and agent.

R.I.P. Gwen Ifill, journalist. GOD, 2016, JUST LET US CATCH OUR BREATH HERE.


David Blaine: Beyond Magic: David Blaine is back to freak out you and a bunch of celebrities. 9 p.m., ABC

Good Behavior: Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary from Downton Abbey) stars in this new drama about a con artist who tries to go straight. Two-hour series premiere. 8 p.m., TBS

Shooter: Ryan Phillippe is a talented sniper who is recruited to protect the President from assassination and finds himself in the middle of a conspiracy. Series premiere. 9 p.m., USA

Billy on the Street: BILLY IS BACK TO SCREAM IN YOUR FACE. Season premiere. 9:30 p.m., TruTV

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Warren Beatty, Naomie Harris, Robbie Robertson, Amine Late Night with Seth Meyers: Billy Bob Thornton, Lily Collins, Sanjay Gupta, Atom Willard The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Anna Kendrick, Mahershala Ali, Chris Gethard The Late Late Show with James Corden: Matthew Broderick, America Ferrera, Local Natives Jimmy Kimmel Live: Casey Affleck, Garth Brooks Conan: Matt LeBlanc, Anthony Bourdain, Dana Gould The Daily Show: Desus Nice & The Kid Mero Watch What Happens Live: Bryant Gumbel, Ali Wentworth

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
David Blaine: Beyond Magic
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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