Not freaked out enough right now? David Blaine is here to fix that for you, Drake and Dave Chappelle.

Hey, did you see David Blaine freak out Dave Chappelle, Drake and Stephen Curry last night? I mean, yes, the big finale of the episode was David Blaine shooting himself in the mouth, but this was far more entertaining:

Here are 11 minutes of deleted and extended scenes from Game of Thrones, including a pointed barb directed at critics of Game of Thrones‘ excessive violence at the 5:50 mark.

Enjoying Westworld? Humans was doing it first (even down to the surprising “WAIT, THAT PERSON IS A ROBOT, TOO?!” twist). Check out the trailer for season two in this clicky. Humans returns some time in February, so you have plenty of time to catch up with season one on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play or Xbox.

Colony premieres on USA on January 12, as well. And hey: there’s a trailer in that link, so go watch it.

And here is the first episode of Syfy’s new series Incorporated about a dystopian future in which corporations are completely in control. ~cough~ It formally debuts on November 30.

Quick! Guess the top three “most profane” shows on television are according to the PTC. Go ahead, guess. BET YOU WERE WRONG. In other news, maybe the PTC needs to reconsider their standards for “profane.”


Let’s talk about ratings: As mentioned last week, Conviction is doomed at ABC; The Odd Couple is not looking particularly healthy over at CBS, especially compared to their other comedies like Kevin Can Wait, which is pretty much a given for renewal; No Tomorrow and Frequency are limping at The CW; the Chicago franchise is a winner for NBC — remember, Donald Trump, Seth Meyers’ offer for Chicago President is still on the table;  even though New Girl has ratings similar to Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Last Man on Earth, it’s more likely than those shows for renewal — let the Cancel Bear explain why. And, seriously, I wish you people were watching The Exorcist.

The truth behind that iconic “I’M SO EXCITED” scene from Saved by the Bell has finally been told.

We finally know what can trump The Walking Dead: Trump.

Bill O’Reilly, who himself was accused of sexual harassment while working at FOX News, never forget, thinks Megyn Kelly should sit down and be quiet. Megyn Kelly, unsurprisingly, IS NOT HAVING IT.

In some business news: AMC has bought a stake in Funny or Die! for material for IFC; and rumors are still swirling about Disney purchasing Netflix.

Stranger in a Strange Land, Robert Heinlein’s sci-fi novel, is being developed as a series for Syfy. Grok.

In other development news:

Get well soon, Eddie Alderson, One Life to Live alum.


American Horror Story: After a pretty solid season, can it stick the landing? Season finale. 9 p.m., FX

You’re the Worst: Will Gretchen and Shitty Jimmy break up? One hour season finale. 9:00, FXX

Nova: An examination into fossil fuels. I AM NOT GOING TO SAY ANYTHING POLITICAL BUT I AM THINKING IT. 8 p.m., PBS

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Jude Law, Sterling K. Brown, Macklemore featuring Ariana DeBoo Late Night with Seth Meyers: Kathy Bates, Laura Jane Grace, Against Me!, Atom Willard The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Marion Cotillard, Dev Patel, Dwight Yoakam The Late Late Show with James Corden: Kendall Jenner, Michael Strahan, Hey Violet Jimmy Kimmel Live: Garth Brooks, Lucas Hedges Conan: Ashton Kutcher, Reggie Watts, Moby The Daily Show: Wesley Lowery Watch What Happens Live: Eddie Redmayne, Dan Fogler

WEDS. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Goldbergs
Modern Family
Designated Survivor
CBS Survivor
Criminal Minds
Code Black
CW Arrow
FOX Lethal Weapon
NBC Blindspot
Chicago P.D.

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