Lady Gaga knows all about being a woman who is a man who is a woman.
Jim Broadbent is playing an archmaester on Game of Thrones because uh duh.
I can’t decide if I am more jealous of the people who got a chance to see Game of Thrones Live or Thrones! The Musical.
If you think This is Us is going to tell us exactly how Jack died next week, nope. Wrong. Here are a bunch of vague words about what you can expect in next week’s finale. We can tell you that William will be back next season. And here’s a long piece about what makes the show work.
The Supergirl/Flash crossover event is going to be … a musical? I mean, considering they are both alums of Glee, I guess this makes a certain sense?
This is literally the only way I could watch an entire episode of The Big Bang Theory:
If stand-up is your thing, here’s a guide to all the upcoming Netflix specials. Because, lord, there are so many.
In Political TV news
Our President literally spends the morning watching Fox & Friends and talking back to the television. We’ve literally elected everyone’s racist grandpa.
Meanwhile, General Hayden, former CIA director, is calling bullshit on Trump’s accusations about the wiretapping:
And Jimmy Kimmel points out the obvious: Spicer is writing the Melissa McCarthy sketches for SNL:
The only reason I reject Arnold’s theory that Trump is “in love” with him is that I don’t believe Trump is capable of that emotion.
An Iraqi family named their daughter after a CNN reporter that they helped shelter from an ISIS attack. Sounds like she should be the one honoring them.
Don Jr. can apparently take a joke. Nevermind that the actual butt of that joke was that vampyr Eric.
Of course Trump has invited the creator of TMZ to the White House. Of course he has.
You’d be constipated, too, if all you ate was Kentucky Fried Chicken and overcooked steak.
Riverdale has been renewed for a second season on The CW. The 100 is still waiting to hear…
Amazon is working on a series about an all-female Texas rodeo from Jill Soloway, the creator of Transparent.
- Jason Isaacs is going to be the Captain in Star Trek: Discovery, but remember, he’s not the star. I hope he does the role in the Lucius Malfoy wig.
- Laverne Cox has joined the cast of The Trustee, ABC’s comedy pilot, now that she has some free time since Doubt has been not-quite-cancelled.
- Patricia Clarkson is going to be Amy Adams’ mom in HBO’s Sharp Objects.
- John Leguizamo is going to star in ABC’s pilot Salamander.
- Nestor Carbonell and Colm Feore are joining Behind Enemy Lines, CBS’s military drama pilot.
- Alan Dale (Charles Widmore on LOST) is joining the Dynasty reboot on The CW.
- Fred Savage is going to host Child Support, Ricky Gervais’ game show.
- Zachary Knighton (Happy Endings) and Tim Dekay (White Collar) are joining the cast of Lauren Graham’s pilot Linda from HR.
- Cristela Alonzo is going to be the female lead of Gospel of Kevin, ABC’s comedy pilot.
- Dallas Roberts (The Good Wife, Rubicon, The Walking Dead, and also Houston native) is going to star in Insatiable, The CW’s drama pilot. Also joining the cast Sarah Colonna.
- Shanley Caswell (The Conjuring), Adrienne Warren (Point of Honor) and Stephanie Szostak (Satisfaction) are joining the cast of Perfect Citizen, CBS’s legal drama pilot.
- Roslyn Ruff is joining the cast of that Reba McEntire ABC pilot.
- Dana Powell will be in the cast of Unit Zero, the ABC dramedy from Kenya Barris.
- Alan Powell and has joined the Redliners cast, NBC’s drama pilot.
- Sofia Pernas joined the cast of For God and Country, NBC’s drama pilot.
- Shaunette Renée Wilson has joined the cast of The Resident, Fox’s medical drama pilot.
- Richard T. Jones has been cast in The Wisdom of the Crowd, CBS’s drama pilot.
Survivor: It’s an all-star season. Season premiere. 7 p.m., CBS
Designated Survivor: Honestly, nothing on this show is any crazier or more improbable than the world we’re living in right now. 9 p.m., ABC
Underground: Let’s call this the Harriet Tubman season. Season premiere. 9 p.m. WGN
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders: Season premiere. 9 p.m., CBS
Ripper Street: Season premiere. 10 p.m., BBC
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season finale. 9 p.m., FX
America’s Next Top Model: Season finale. 9 p.m., VH1
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