Stranger Things is partnering with Lyft to offer spooky Halloween rides, but only if you’re in Los Angeles or Philadelphia.
Additionally, they’ve put up billboards advertising Hawkins Power and Light. Here’s the message you hear if you call the number.
You’ll be able to watch Peter Capaldi’s final episode of Doctor Who — and Jodie Whittaker’s first — on the big screen this winter.
It’s been 25 years since “The Contest” episode of Seinfeld. Larry David was willing to quit the show if NBC didn’t air it.
Y’ALL HAVE TO LEAVE THE ACTORS ON THE WALKING DEAD ALONE. IT’S MAKE BELIEVE, YOU LUNATICS. STOP BEING MONSTERS.
Lean Waithe almost didn’t write her Emmy-winning episode of Master of None, but then Aziz Ansari was too lazy to do it himself. At least, that’s what I took away from this story.
Kit Harington recalls the wig nightmares of the original Game of Thrones pilot that was scrapped. Video or it didn’t happen.
Another day, another bunch of harassment stories
Heather Lind from Turn says that George H.W. Bush got handsy with her; he’s since apologized. ~sighs disappointedly~
Mimi Haleyi is the latest woman to come forward to claim Harvey Weinstein assaulted her.
Meanwhile, Ovation has removed Weinstein from its board of directors, and George Clooney is making some angry comments about people and media outlets covering up for Weinstein. Hey, George, have you talked with your pal Matt Damon recently?
Julianne Moore is accusing James Toback of harassing her. HOW IS THIS HACK DIRECTOR THIS FUCKING BALLSY THOUGH? No one has ever HEARD of this guy until last week, and yet he had enough confidence to harass ALL OF HOLLYWOOD. The fuck?
And Anna Faris spoke out about a director who harassed her on set in front of the entire cast and crew.
New Orleans chef John Besh has been accused of sexual harassment by his former employees, and now Top Chef is evaluating the episode they recently taped with him for the upcoming season.
Kevin Sorbo has come forward to say that Gianni Versace harassed him back in the day.
Conrad Riggs, the head of unscripted programming at Amazon, is the most recent casualty following Roy Price’s exit.
- ABC is developing an FBI-CIA action comedy that will star Scott Foley.
- It’s the End of the World As We Know It, an alien comedy from Rob Thomas, is being developed by The CW.
- Fox is working on The Great Unknowns, a live comedy.
- Cordelia, a modern King Lear adaptation, is being developed at Fox.
- Paula Abdul is going to appear in the Christmas episode of Fresh Off the Boat.
- P.J. Byrne, Hunter Parrish, Ebonée Noel, Brandon Jay McLaren, and Haley Tju are joining the cast of Tremors.
- Courtney Henggeler is joining Cobra Kai.
- Tamlyn Tomita will have a recurring role in The Man in the High Castle.
Robert Guillaume, Legendary actor
Fats Domino, Legendary musician
The Real Housewives of New Jersey: Danielle is already stirring things up again. 8 p.m., Bravo
The World Series: Game 2: Although I don’t know if I can bear to watch, you guys. 7 p.m., Fox
The Goldbergs: ABC’s family sitcoms celebrate Halloween tonight, beginning with the Godlberg’s 100th episode, in which Adam and Jackie disagree over what their costumes should be. 7 p.m., ABC
Speechless: Kenneth can’t decide which Michael Jackson he wants to be for Halloween. 7:30 p.m., ABC
Modern Family: Phil and Claire have a crisis over how enthusiastic they should be about the holiday now that the kids are grown. 8 p.m., ABC
American Housewife: Katie is excited to receive her first “Boo!” 8:30 p.m., ABC
Channel Zero: Season finale for one of the most disturbing shows on television. Seriously, if you haven’t seen this, go binge it on Syfy.com. John Carroll Lynch has never been more terrifying and he’s Twisty the Clown for crying out loud. Season finale. 9 p.m., Syfy
American Humane Hero Dog Awards: Who’s a good boy? 7 p.m., Hallmark
Frontline: Putin’s Revenge (Part 1): A look at Putin’s grievances with the U.S. and his efforts to exact revenge. Or, as our President would say, “FAKE NEWS.” 9 p.m., PBS
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