Meet ‘OA,’ your eerie new Netflix obsession that begins streaming this Friday.

Without any warning, Netflix dropped the trailer for the creepy-looking OA, a new sci-fi (?) series that might just become your new obsession. It begins streaming on Friday.

Netflix made the announcement about the series with a bunch of cryptic tweets that some found disturbing, and others found hilarious:

To make room for new shows like OA, Netflix has cancelled Marco Polo after two seasons.

True fact: Billy Eichner and Aziz Ansari screaming at people about the Golden Age of Television is pretty what my brain looks like:

President Obama was on The Daily Show last night and discussed a number of issues with Trevor Noah, including being mixed race, Trump, the election and the Russian hacking:

“What is it about the state of our democracy where the leaks of what were frankly not very interesting emails, that didn’t have any explosive information in them, ended up being an obsession? And the fact that the Russians were doing this was not an obsession?”


Here’s Seth Meyer’s take on Donald Trump’s fight with the CIA over the Russian hacking:

Meanwhile, that press conference Donald Trump promised to have on Friday where he was going to tell us how he was going to avoid conflicts of interest has been postponed until … who even knows when. Get used to this kind of nonsense, America.

A former Seinfeld writer-producer went off on “anti-Semite” Steve Bannon for getting rich off “Jewish humor.” YOU GET ‘EM, PETER MEHLMAN.

Y’all, 50 Cent is SO MAD his show Power was snubbed by the Golden Globes. Someone needs to let 50 know that the Golden Globes are nonsense.

Bruno Mars will be on your next Carpool Karaoke. How is this only now happening?

American Idol‘s producers are being sued by a contestant who claims they tore out his eardrum. OUCH. NO. OUCH.

The show will go on for Flip or Flop even though its married stars are separating. Guns were apparently involved. Fun.

Oxygen might become the Dick Wolf Crime Drama channel. They’re thinking about it.

Reba McEntire and Marc Cherry might be returning to ABC together with a new soapy drama.

In other development news:


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Erika auditions backup dancers so be prepared for pusses to be patted. 8 p.m., Bravo

Jeopardy: A Texas woman with terminal cancer is the first contestant to appear posthumously in this episode. Sadly, she passed away on December 5th. 3 p.m., ABC

The Voice: A winner is chosen. We’re rooting for you, Sundance Head. 8 p.m., NBC

Jimmy Kimmel Live!: The cast of Rogue One gets us SO EXCITED about the upcoming movie. 9 p.m., ABC

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Michael Fassbender, Jon Glaser, Niall Horan Late Night with Seth Meyers: Sen. Bernie Sanders, Zoey Deutch, Dan Levy, Dave Lombardo The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Mark Wahlberg, Lee Daniels, Miranda Lambert The Late Late Show with James Corden: Jennifer Lawrence, T.J. Miller Jimmy Kimmel Live: Rami Malek, Samantha Ponder, Gucci Mane featuring Travis Scott, Aubrey Logan Conan: Chris Pratt, Tom Papa, the Naked and Famous The Daily Show: Ta-Nehisi Coates Watch What Happens Live: Lisa Rinna, Julie Chen


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ABC The Middle
American Housewife
Fresh Off the Boat
The Real O’Neals
Jimmy Kimmel Live!
NCIS: New Orleans
CW The Flash
No Tomorrow
FOX Brooklyn Nine-Nine
New Girl
Scream Queens
NBC The Voice

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