The Good Place has been renewed for a third season. FORK YEAH. At the link is a gallery of all the current network shows with my best guesses for their chances of renewal or cancellation. Fun fact: only two shows have been renewed since the season began. The Good Place is one of them. What’s the other?
We know who hacked HBO and released that Game of Thrones information and it was an Iranian? Weird.
WHOA, WAIT, ALL-4-WELLS IS DATING HALEY DUNPHY? No wonder he turned down being The Bachelor.
Rosie O’Donnell has won a slander suit a former View producer filed against her.
Shitty Dude of the Day Roundup
John Lasseter, head of Pixar and known as the next-generation Walt Disney, is taking a six-month sabbatical after being accused by many employees of giving unwanted close hugs and kisses that could land on the mouth if one’s head didn’t turn in time.
Originally, it was being said that Rashida Jones had left Pixar after unwanted advances, but she clarified in a statement that she left because Pixar was “a culture where women and people of color do not have an equal creative voice.” Meanwhile, as Vanity Fair points out, Pixar has had a women problem for a long time now.
Charlie Rose has been officially fired by CBS. Three more women have stepped forward with allegations against Rose. And Megyn Kelly has an “AH-HA” moment about an interaction with Rose in which he raked her over the coals about Roger Ailes. Meanwhile, John Oliver tried to warn us:
Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys has been accused of rape by a member of a 2000s girl group. He has denied the allegation.
Kevin Spacey is being investigated by Scotland Yard for a 2005 incident.
- Ink Master: Angels has been renewed for a second season on Paramount Network.
- Lethal Weapon‘s ratings are slipping, but if they hold steady, it might be enough for renewal.
- The Brave is doomed. (But you’d know that if you saw my gallery over at Chron.com.)
- NCIS: New Orleans is working on syndication deals which means good things for its immediate future.
- Arrow can’t live forever.
- How to Get Away With Murder is slipping, but with the end of Scandal this season, it’s unlikely to go anywhere. Also, Marvel’s Inhumans is not dead? Somehow?
- NBC is developing American Alien from the creators of Superstore.
- NBC is developing J.S.I.D., a legal drama.
- Grand Hotel, a soapy drama from Eva Longoria, is being worked on at ABC.
- Fox is developing a late-night series hosted by Neal Brennan.
- Mexico City: Only Good Things Happen, a Spanish language comedy from Fred Armisen has been given a green light at HBO.
- The Radical Wellness Show, a newsmagazine series from Gwenyth Paltrow, is in the works at NBCUniversal.
- Oh, lord, Fox News has given Mark Levin his own show.
- East of Jingletown, a multigenerational drama, is being developed at TNT.
- Amazon is working on a series about Judah Smith’s ministry at The City Church in Beverly Hills.
- Alexander Skarsgård will star in Little Drummer Girl on AMC.
- Billy Baldwin and Jena Malone will join Too Old to Die Young on Amazon.
- Alan Powell will join the cast of Quantico.
- Mark O’Brien has been cast in City on a Hill on Showtime.
- Michael Harney and Ksenia Solo are joining Blue Book on History.
David Cassidy, Actor, singer, Partridge
Buzz Belmondo, Actor
Godless: Jeff Daniels and Merritt Wever star in Steven Soderbergh’s new western series. Netflix
A Saturday Night Live Thanksgiving Special: A bunch of turkey sketches. Or sketches that were turkeys. That’s just a very good joke right there. 8 p.m., NBC
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving: Pass the toast and jelly beans. 7 p.m., ABC
Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Denzel Washington, Allison Williams, Talib Kweli featuring Rick Ross & Yummy Bingham Late Night with Seth Meyers: Tim Meadows, Kenny DeForest The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Gayle King, Elton John The Late Late Show with James Corden: Krysten Ritter, Josh Hutcherson
|ABC||A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving||Modern Family
|CW||iHeartRadio Music Festival Night 1
|A Saturday Night Live Thanksgiving Special