Here are all the shows you have already forgotten about that ended this year!

A bunch of shows ended this year and not all of them because their hosts or stars were gross sex monsters! Here is a gallery I made of all the shows that ended this year. Bye, Orphan Black! Bye, The Leftovers! Don’t let the door hit you on the way out, The O’Reilly Factor.

The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations are out. Interesting note: this year the presenters are all going to be women.

The Emmys have made some small changes to some of their categories if you’re interested.

Big Saturday Night Live news: Colin Jost and Michael Che are now co-head writers, along with current head writers, Kent Sublette and Bryan Tucker. So. Four dudes are now co-head writers. Cool cool cool cool.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Sophie Turner promises an epic final season of Game of Thrones, and a Sansa who might be a little lost. John Bradley (Samwell Tarly) promises that all of the characters will find themselves in “alien environments” next season. And here is a collection of a bunch of interviews with some other cast members if you’re interested.

Here are seven things we learned from the Game of Thrones season 7 Blu-Ray set, including the situation in Grey Worm’s pants.

“Why do the Golden Globes hate Game of Thrones?” Because, as I’ve told you so many time, because the Golden Globes are trash. Don’t get worked up about it.


The Spoiling Dead Fans did not spoil that big impending death on the mid-season finale The Walking Dead. Why? Because he/she nicely asked them not to. Spoilers, obviously.

Here’s our first look at the Roseanne reboot. And our first look at Timeless.

Netflix promises it was only trolling you, not spying on you.

The Daily Show‘s Roy Wood Jr. had an enlightening Twitter thread about why it’s difficult for comedians of color to be political on late night shows.

Hey! Congratulations, James Corden and Julia Carey! Quite the timing, Baby Corden.

Adios, Omarosa. What the fuck were you doing in the White House anyway?

This potential Disney-Fox merger. If this merger went through, the deal would be a similar size to the AT&T-Time Warner deal, which the government is threatening to torpedo because it’s too big — unless AT&T is willing to dump CNN or DirecTV. And obviously, it’s no coincidence that Trump hates CNN. However, a Disney-Fox deal would probably be beneficial to Trump, pouring money into Murdoch’s pockets which he could use on Fox News. So, will the government be consistent and oppose this deal on the same grounds, that it is “too big”? Sorta related, remember Carter Page?

Meanwhile, Fox News was the most-watched basic cable network this year. Which is depressing. However, MSNBC saw the biggest percentage gains in important demographics, mostly thanks to my non-stop watching of it.

As for CNN, they keep delivering gems like this. If you haven’t watched this video yet, do yourself a favor and take the one minute to enjoy:

And CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta who deserves hazard pay had a weird showdown with Sarah Huckabee Sanders yesterday:

Yeah, that’s not how any of this works, Sarah. The press can ask the President ANYTHING THEY WANT TO. SARAH.  As NBC’s White House correspondent put it:

Not that this has anything to do with TV, but while we’re talking about the Gillibrand tweet and Sarah Huckabee Sanders, she tried to claim that the reporters who thought Trump was making a sexual innuendo have their “minds in the gutter.” Oh, Sarah, someone’s mind is in the gutter.

CNN is claiming that Anderson Cooper’s Twitter account was hacked and sent out the following response to Trump tweet:

… which … ok … but this is the best someone could do after hacking Anderson Cooper’s Twitter account? Huh.

A New York Times TV Critic has some thoughts on the kind of TV Trumf watches.

One of the leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement is suing that troll Jeanine Pirro for saying that he directed protestors to attack a police officer. Good.

Go away, Jeffrey Lord. No one wants you here, Jeffrey Lord.

There were so many great Twitter responses to Roy Moore’s defeat in Alabama and his refusal to concede, but the most relevant to this blog is this guy’s:

The Daily Groper

Another woman, Melinda McGillivray, has come forward to accuse Donald “Grab ‘Em” of groping her. And yet, according to Google, Trump did not make the top 10 of people searched for sexual harassment. HAVE WE FORGOTTEN ALREADY?

Disney has suspended a music executive who has been charged with three counts of felony child sexual abuse. Only suspended?

That Netflix executive who told one of Masterson’s victims that the company didn’t believe her or the other three women who accused Masterson of rape has been fired. Not “suspended,” fired.

LAPD is looking into a claim that Roman Polanski sexually assaulted a 10-year-old girl in 1975.

A fifth woman has come forward to accuse Mario Batali of being gross. She probably won’t be the last.

Anthony Bourdain wrote an essay declaring that he stands the women who come forward with accusations, arguing that they have nothing to gain from telling their truth.

This handy website, Rotten Apples, allows you to search a TV or movie to see if the cast includes a sex monster.

A powerful piece arguing that as long as we have such vast income inequality, these sexual abuse cases won’t go away.

This is an interesting piece about why TV writers rooms are a breeding ground for bad behavior. And how it’s finally — FINALLY — changing.

Here are a bunch of depressing harassment stories about Hollywood.

Oh my God, no one asked you, Jose Canseco.


In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars


Howard Gottfried, Producer

Pat DiNizio, Lead singer of the Smithereens whose music was used on many soundtracks


The Real Housewives of New Jersey: The women take their bickering to Europe. 8 p.m., Bravo

The Fake News with Ted  Nelms: Ed Helms hosts this comedy special that skewers “fake news.” 9 p.m., Comedy Central

Mr. Robot: Mr. Robot has a choice to make in the season finale. 9 p.m., USA

Golden Globe 75th Anniversary Special: Eric McCormack and Debra Messing host a look back at the awards ceremony’s history. 8 p.m., NBC

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Michael Shannon, Alison Brie, Jaboukie Young-White & Jamaaladeen Tacuma Late Night with Seth Meyers: Sarah Paulson, Judd Apatow, Mark Guiliana The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Nick Jonas, Dennis Rodman The Late Late Show with James Corden: Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Tim Minchin Jimmy Kimmel Live: Terry Bradshaw, Yvette Nicole Brown, John Legend, Sheila E. Conan: Owen Wilson, Noah Gardenswartz The Daily Show: Satya Nadella The Opposition with Jordan Klepper: Chris Matthews Watch What Happens Live: Teresa Giudice, Michael Rapaport


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ABC Energy Reimagined
Modern Family
American Housewife
Designated Survivor
CBS Survivor
Criminal Minds
CW Riverdale
FOX Empire
NBC The Wall Golden Globes 75th Anniversary Special

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