Late night bids farewell to Bill O’Reilly with a hearty “fuck off.”

Stephen Colbert says goodbye to Pappa Bear:

And now that O’Reilly is gone, Colbert turns again to his new favorite, Alex Jones:

Meanwhile, Trevor Noah wonders what took Fox News so long to fire that fuck-o.

And congratulations to The Daily Show’s Michelle Wolf who landed her own HBO special!

Here’s a Bill O’Reilly Roundup, Now Goodbye Forever, Asshole!

Here is Bill O’Reilly’s statement in which he insists he is an innocent victim:

Over the past 20 years at Fox News I have been extremely proud to launch and lead one of the most successful news programs in history, which has consistently informed and entertained millions of Americans and significantly contributed to building Fox into the dominant news network in television. It is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims. But that is the unfortunate reality many of us in the public eye must live with today.

I will always look back on my time with Fox with great pride in the unprecedented success we achieved and with my deepest gratitude to all my dedicated viewers. I wish only the best for Fox News Channel.

Here, Bill, Samantha Bee fixed it for you:

Meanwhile, Rupert Murdoch is still living in a fantasy land in which people are disappointed by any of this. And National Geographic Channel and Henry Holt publishers are standing by O’Reilly. For now.

And don’t feel bad for O’Reilly. It’s looking like he might walk away with something around $25 million. And there might be some conservative outlets who are anxious to do business with his toxic ass.

It looks like that bowtie-wearing twit Tucker Carlson will be taking over O’Reilly’s spot. They’re keeping “The Factor,” at least for the time being. And Mercedes is already suggesting that they might return as an advertiser.

Never forget just how foul this man was.

And let’s all be clear: “Whaddya gonna do?” is never an appropriate response to sexual harassment. If the women who came forward hadn’t, O’Reilly would still be on the air. Listen, Fox News should have canned his ass back in 2002 when the first allegations against him emerged, they certainly shouldn’t have kept him when they made the most recent payouts, but the only reason they fired him now is because women DID something, came forward and told their stories. DO NOT JUST SIT BACK AND TAKE THIS, Y’ALL.

I’m sure if you are reading this site, you’re aware that a lot of people celebrated this news:

And women’s groups put out statements that basically amount to good riddance to bad rubbish.

Here are some tweets from Bill O’Reilly fans in case you wanted to see what the other side had to say about this. No, you dummies. No.

Finally: Where my English majors at?

In Other TV News

Veep, Atlanta and Lemonade all won the only award that really matters.

Fuck off, Billy Bush.

Here’s an interview with Noah Hawley, the showrunner of Fargo, in which he describes this season as No Country for Old Fargo.

FYI, Shonda Rhimes is pretty sure she could be an Olympic ice skater right now if she put her mind to it.

Shannon Purser, your Stranger Things favorite, had to come out as being bisexual on Twitter a couple of days ago after getting into a fight with Riverdale Beronica shippers. What a world.

Ryan Murphy is hinting that the third season of Feud will feature a male gay feud and he wants Mark Ruffalo for one of the roles. START SPECULATING NOW.

Here’s a guide to the world of The Handmaid’s Tale, in case you haven’t read the book. (But you should totally read the book.)

Minnie Driver discusses the evolution of the TV mom. She neglects to mention the handmaids.

Oh hey, Watch What Happens Live! is going to be taped in Los Angeles for the first time ever somehow.

Just in case you were wondering which of the couples on Married at First Sight are still together …

Kim Richards’ dog bite case isn’t going well for her.

Here’s your writers’ strike update. Interestingly, one of the core issues for writers is their health plan which they do not want to lose. And considering it costs a family of five only $600, who can blame them? So which shows will be affected if there is a strike? Your late night shows, The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, Jessica Jones, Orange is the New Black and Star Trek Discovery, which is already having its share of delays thank you very much.

Richard Simmons has put out a statement to his fans, letting them know he’s OK. I still have a lot of questions.

Happy 4/20!

Trailer Park

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Netflix, May 19

The Keepers, Netflix, May 19

The Bold Type, Freeform, July 11

Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger, Freeform, 2018

Siren, Freeform, 2018

Alone Together, Freeform, 2018

In Development

Renewals

Casting News

R.I.P.

J.C. Spink, producer. He was better known for the films he produced, including The Hangover, History of Violencee and The Butterfly Effect, but he also produced Kyle XY. He also had a cameo on The Goldbergs as he went to highschool with Adam Goldberg and, incidentally, was a classmate of my husband’s.

Matt Anoa’i, WWE wrestler

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Prince: A Purple Reign & When Doves Cry: Friday marks the anniversary of Prince’s death. These two specials look back at his career and influence. 8 p.m., Reelz

The Amazing Race: Two hours of racing amazingly. 8 p.m., CBS

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