Goodbye, Mary Tyler Moore. I think we all need some Kleenex.


Oh, Mary Tyler Moore. You were such a hero and inspiration to so many. You gave us so much wonderful television, not just as an actress in The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Dick Van Dyke Show but also as a producer of such shows as The Bob Newhart Show, WKRP in Cincinnati, Hill Street Blues, Remington Steele, St. Elsewhere, and Newhart. A legend.

The Leftovers is threatening (or promising?) that the end is near. The series (which I still insist is one of the best things on TV) returns on April 16th.

Here are all the clues you missed in The Good Place that hinted at its big twist, including a Lost shout-out.

So Tim Daly went and busted himself up but good on the ski slopes and now the Madam Secretary writers are going to have to write around his two broken legs, so way to go, Tim. (Also, get well soon.)

Stranger Things will jump ahead a year; Barb might be gone, but she’s not forgotten and a few other things about next season.

Wait, did Aaron Paul just hint that he’s going to be in this season of Better Call Saul? Kinda?

Trevor Noah’s Netflix special is set to stream on Netflix next month.

Amazon and Netflix are buying all of the things at Sundance.

Hey, Let’s Talk Some More About Donald Trump:

CNN is not standing down. Jake Tapper’s response to Donald Trump’s false claim of millions of illegal votes is the way you report the truth:

Of course, Donald Trump does not care for this one bit:

But TOO BAD. Jake Tapper is going to keep coming ‘atcha, Trump Administration.

And Jake Tapper has some words for you, too, NBC: namely “conflict” and “of” and “interest.”

Never forget, it’s all about ratings for this dipshit, and that’s why we’re going to launch a costly investigation into a complete fabrication.

The White House had to put out an official statement about a Saturday Night Live writer’s tweet, meanwhile Monica Lewinsky, of all people, is supporting the writer in this brave new world of ours.

Hey, here’s Kellyanne Conway trying to do standup comedy and she is just as great as you think she would be:

If she doesn’t pursue her comedy career, Andy Cohen would like to make her a Real Housewife.



Kellyanne Conway is “good at bullshit” says a Philadelphia news anchor who is not trading in alternative facts:

In good news for the publishing industry, Kellyanne Conway has been boosting book sales.

Laughing to keep from crying:

And here is a very long piece on Seth Meyers from The New York Times that is worth a read. The guy is great.


The Middle was just renewed for a ninth season on ABC, and the entire cast will be returning. Now, about Modern Family

The Librarians are returning for a fourth season on TNT.

In Development:

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy is returning. It’s going to be on Netflix and will have a whole new cast and some people are not cool with it.

ABC is trying to make Gabriel Iglesias happen again. They’re developing a new sitcom for him about a pair of bachelor friends.

Pilot News:

CBS has ordered a pilot of The Get, a journalism drama and not a moment too soon. It comes from the showrunner of 11.22.63.

An X-Men drama has received a pilot order from Fox.

Linda from HR, a single camera comedy, has been ordered to pilot at Fox.

NBC is doing a female reboot of What About Bob? apparently.

NBC has ordered a pilot of 5 Gold Rings, a new game show based on a British program.

Ratings News:

The Good Place ended its season pretty even in the numbers and with TONS of critical praise, so it has a good shot of being renewed for a second season.

Things are not looking great for Sleepy Hollow. Shouldn’t have killed off Abbie, guys.

Life in Pieces will probably be renewed, having given CBS fairly consistent ratings over the course of the second season.

Fresh Off the Boat looks safe at ABC, but The Real O’Neals? You in danger, girl.


The Path: Season two of the dark cult drama finds the group trying to figure out what is next after Doctor Meyers mysterious disappearance. Hulu

The Magicians: It’s time for a new plan in the season 2 premiere. 8 p.m., Syfy

Suits: Season premiere. 9 p.m., USA

Arrow: Winter premiere. 7 p.m., The CW

Salem: Survival is uncertain in the series finale. 8 p.m., WGN

Incorporated: Theo makes his way inside the wall in the 2-part finale. 9 p.m., Syfy

Frequency: Season — probably series — finale. 8 p.m., The CW

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Glenn Close, Jay Baruchel, Candice Thompson Late Night with Seth Meyers: Katie Couric, Bryce Dallas Howard, Matt Taibbi, Darren King Jimmy Kimmel Live: Martin Short, Edgar Ramirez, Lady Antebellum Conan: Leah Remini, Jeff Ross, Foxygen The Daily Show: Heather Ann Thompson, Bellamy Young Watch What Happens Live: Rod Stewart, Cyndi Lauper

WEDS. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Goldbergs
Modern Family
Match Game
CBS Hunted
Code Black
CW Arrow
FOX Lethal Weapon
NBC Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Chicago P.D.

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