Alec Baldwin offers to perform at Trump’s inauguration because he is an A-class troll.

It’s not all America’s Got Talent second place finishers and Rockettes performing against their will: Trump finally has an A-list actor who is willing to perform at the inauguration!

Troll on, Alec Baldwin.

The History Channel is going to air Transition  of Power: The Presidency on January 8, a look at how administrations peacefully transfer power to one another. Or at least how they have for the past 44 times up until now.

A&E has shut down their KKK documentary series, not because of all the controversy, but because they found out the producers paid some of the people featured in it.

It’s official: You thieves just won’t stop stealing Game of Thrones.

Don’t get too excited, but Bryan Fuller is still trying to bring Hannibal back, this time in a miniseries based on Silence of the Lambs.

The full trailer for Riverdale is here and it sure seems to think it’s Twin Peaks.

Go home, The Blacklist fans who are theorizing that Red is Liz’s mother, you’re drunk.

ABC has worked out some sort of deal with Snapchat to go along with this season of The Bachelor, so get ready to put doggie ears on the one girl who gets way too drunk on the first night, or whatever it is that you do on Snapchat.

455 scripted shows. That is way too many shows.

Fuller House has been renewed for a third season on Netflix. Sure. OK. Why not.

NBC is developing We the People, a workplace comedy produced by Ed Helms.

Paul Rodriguez, Paul Rodriguez Jr. and Cheech Marin are going to star in NBC’s Latino family comedy. Related: Paul Rodriguez Jr. is much more handsome than his father.

That Cruel Intentions series is finally, officially, forever, completely dead.

R.I.P. George Michael, singer and video superstar. He also kinda helped create “Carpool Karaoke.”

R.I.P. Ricky Howell, comedian and actor.

R.I.P. Cindy Stowell, Jeopardy contestant. Alex Trebek’s tribute following her loss was particularly moving.

R.I.P. Valerie Fairman, 16 and Pregnant star.


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Lisa Rinna “oversees a 24-hour garment-selling marathon.” OK. 8 p.m., Bravo

The 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: Martha Argerich, The Eagles, Al Pacino, Mavis Staples and James Taylor are honored. 8 p.m., CBS

Frontline: Refugees fleeing war tell their stories. 8 p.m., PBS

Search Party marathon: If you missed this sharp, funny little mystery, you have a chance to catch up here. Yes, the characters are unlikable, give them time. Begins 6:30 p.m., TBS

Game of Thrones marathon: Season 2. Begins 11 a.m., HBO 2


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ABC The Middle
American Housewife
Fresh Off the Boat
The Real O’Neals
The Real O’Neals
The Real O’Neals
Kennedy Center Honors
CW The Flash
No Tomorrow
FOX Brooklyn Nine-Nine
New Girl
NBC The Wall
This is Us
Chicago Fire

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