Watch James Corden’s quiet trip to LAX, Ellen’s explanation of ‘Finding Dory’ and other comedy responses to Trump’s horrific travel ban

Sometimes all you can do is laugh to keep from crying:

Oh, and Trump’s replacement thinks the travel ban is stupid, too. 

Big Renewal News!

Great news for The Good Place: it’s been renewed for a second season! Everything isn’t a dumpster fire after all!

So You Think You Can Dance has been renewed for a 14th season on Fox. The producers have sobered up and restored it to its original form with adult contestants.

60 Days In has been renewed for two more seasons by A&E.

In Other Television News:

Peter Capaldi is leaving Doctor Who, guys. I know it’s unlikely, but how about a female Doctor? Or a Doctor of color? Or a Doctor who is ANYTHING OTHER THAN A WHITE GUY?

Oprah Winfrey is going to become a special correspondent for 60 Minutes.

And Carol Costello is leaving CNN to go to HLN for some reason.

Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris will be making her acting debut on Star sometime later this season.

Season 7 of Game of Thrones is going to end in a “huge cliffhanger” according to Maisie Williams, but as long as it doesn’t involve anyone with a baseball bat, we’ll be all good.

Someone please contact Sesame Street and tell them that Kit Harington wants to be on their show. It seems like his agent should be able to handle it, but apparently, they don’t have Sesame Street‘s phone number or something.

And apparently, that UFC fighter isn’t going to be on Game of Thrones after all, if that was for some reason a big deal for you.

Here are all of the nominees for GLAAD Media Awards, including the batshit insane series The OA.

Wait, Tony Hale was in Houston recently?

If you’re a fan of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, you know that sometimes a character starts singing about period sex, as in having sex when you’re on your period, only to be abruptly stopped. Apparently, The CW won’t let them broadcast the song as it’s too filthy for TV, so here it is in its full, glorious, kinda gross form:

Pilot News:

CBS has given a pilot order for a procedural about the Northeast Regional U.S. Hate Crimes Unit.

CBS has also ordered a Latino Blue Bloods from a producer of Blue Bloods.

Fox ordered a pilot of Controversy, an investigative thriller about campus sexual assault, and The Resident, a medical drama.

Fox also ordered a couple of comedy pilots: Type A, an office comedy that is based on Assholes: A Theory; and L.A. to Vegas, another workplace comedy.

OWN has ordered The Paynes, another Tyler Perry drama. But Love Thy Neighbor and For Better or Worse are getting the heave-ho.

WATCH THIS

HEADS UP: Trump is planning to make his Supreme Court nominee announcement at 7 p.m. tonight because he wants to get YUUUUGE ratings or whatever, so be aware that the schedule below might not be completely accurate.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Another barbecue. DO THESE WOMEN NEVER LEARN? 8 p.m., Bravo

The Fosters: Jesus fights for his life in the hospital in the season premiere. 7 p.m., Freeform

Switched at Birth: Daphne and Bay return from China in the season premiere. 8 p.m., Freeform

Escaping Polygamy:  A&E, taking one cult down at a time. Season premiere. 9 p.m., A&E

The Barstool Rundown: Live from Houston: Oh, is something going on in Houston? 11 p.m., Comedy Central

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Dakota Johnson, Colin Hanks, UB40 Late Night with Seth Meyers: Robert De Niro, Lauren Ash, Asa Butterfield, Kenny Aronoff The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Josh Groban, Rachael Ray, Japandroids The Late Late Show with James Corden: Johnny Galecki, Sting Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jamie Dornan, Adam Scott, Tucker Beathard Conan: Timothy Olyphant, Russell Wilson, Nathan Macintosh The Daily Show: Anthony D. Romero Watch What Happens Live: Lisa Rinna, Eileen Davidson

TUES. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Middle
(repeat)
American Housewife
(repeat)
Fresh Off the Boat
(repeat)
The Real O’Neals
(repeat)
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
(new)
CBS Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials
(new)
NCIS
(repeat)
Bull
(repeat)
CW The Flash
(new)
D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow
(new)
Local
FOX New Girl
(repeat)
The Mick
(new)
Bones
(new)
News/Local
NBC The Wall
(new)
This is Us
(repeat)
Chicago Fire
(repeat)
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